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Zach Osborne to Stay with Husqvarna for Two More Years

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Zach Osborne to Stay with Husqvarna for Two More Years
2017 AMA Supercross and Motocross Champion Zach Osborne will move up to the 450 class with Husqvarna. Photo: Simon Cudby
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing has extended it's contract with Zach Osborne‰Ûªs through 2020.

The duel 250 class champion has been successful and a true brand pioneer with his first, as well as Husqvarna Motorcycles‰Ûª first, 250SX East championship in the 2017 AMA Supercross season and again with the 250 class overall in the 2017 AMA Pro Motocross season. He will be contending both series through 2020 and be aboard the FC 450 in the near future.

"I‰Ûªm very excited for the opportunity to continue this relationship with the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team," Osborne said. "We‰Ûªve had good successes so far and I hope to continue that through 2020, in the 450 class, and beyond. It‰Ûªs a great feeling to have the best equipment and team around you in a long term commitment, and I am lucky to have that!‰Û
Zach Osborne to Stay with Husqvarna for Two More Years
Zach Osborne has sprayed plenty of champagne during his time with Husqvarna. Photo: Simon Cudby
Team Manager Bobby Hewitt added, ‰ÛÏZach is a core team member and amazing rider to work with. We believe that Zach has what it takes to keep the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team on top and we couldn‰Ûªt be happier to have him with us even longer.‰Û
Zach Osborne to Stay with Husqvarna for Two More Years
Osborne currently has a 12 point lead in the 2018 250 SX East class and is a good shot to notch up back to back titles. Photo: Simon Cudby

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