News has broke this week across social media that a British Championship rider has decided to step away from the sport after a few years of injuries.
Follow us now on Instagram @livemotocrossmagazine
Luke Norris who competed alongside Elliott Banks-Browne in recent years has made the decision and posted on his social media earlier this week that he has made the decision to move away from the sport following some good results in the British Championship and even in the EMX250 class.
Thought I’d update everyone on my future plans.. unfortunately I’ve decided to hang up the boots with racing due to on going problems with my wrist from 18 months ago and other things going on in life. I didn’t want to ride at 75% every weekend and keep struggling so I’ve decided to call it a day. It’s been a seriously hard decision but life moves on and I feel like I’ve achieved a lot along the way.
I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who’s contributed towards my racing career, it wouldn’t of been possible without you all and I’ve made some amazing memories and friends along the way. Not forgetting my family who gave up everything for 20 years to allow me to race!
Time for the next chapter in life🤙🏻
Live Motocross would like to wish Luke all the best for the future.
Photo Credit – JT Images