After a successful 2022 season the SJP Moto are pleased to announce their rider line up for the 2023 season. For the new season, the team will once again be competing on KTM machinery and looking to continue their run of Championship honours.

For 2023 the SJP Moto KTM teams will consist of a three-rider line up which will see the team return to the Pro ranks with Jayden Haigh competing in the MX1 class on the 450 KTM, while Reece Jones will compete on the 125 KTM and Josh Vail will remain on the Big Wheel 85 machine.

Jayden Haigh will be making his debut in the Pro ranks for 2023 in the MX1 class, contesting the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship and the MX1 Expert Class at the Michelin MX Nationals. Moving from the youth ranks into the Pro ranks will see Jayden competing against seasoned professionals, including several current and former Grand Prix stars.

For the 2023 season, Reece will be contesting both Home and Aboard on the 125cc machine in the Revo ACU British Championship and the European EMX125 classes. Following a positive start to 2022, Reece Jones unfortunately suffered an injury that took him out of action for most of the season before return at the end of the season and nearly missing victory at Weston Beach Race.

Completing the line-up for 2023 is Josh Vail on the Big Wheel 85cc machine, who will looked to secure National titles as he contests the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship, Michelin MX Nationals, and the Bridgestone Masters.

With a busy 2023 season ahead the Team would like to thank their loyal sponsors, SJP Moto, Imperial Car Centre, Truck Links, Motoshack, Turnbull, JK Construction, FOX, JWR Suspension, K-Tech, Foxhall Environmental, GMS, AKP Group, AD Modular, Motorex, Maxxis, RK Chains, Supersprox, Drury Engineering, Actiforce, FatCat Moto Park, Gale Common Moto Park, Kieraden Park, Moto101

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