With the 2019 MXGP season underway, we went to Matterley Basin to see the latest gear on show. Here we check out the best rider looks from the MXGP of Great Britain and how you can replicate their style.
Rookie Tom Vialle looked fresh in his Alpinestars gear and you can too with the Alpinestars Racer Braap Pants Fluo Orange-Blue-White (Click Here) and the Alpinestars Techstar Factory MX Jersey (Click Here) which are both on offer currently.
Thomas Kjer Olsen went 1-1 at Matterley Basin and looked good doing it! The Rockstar Factory Husqvarna rider was wearing the brand new Delta from Shot Race Gear (Click Here) that is lightweight and has awesome air circulation for a comfortable wear.
Tim Gajser was on top form at Matterley Basin, winning the qualification race and leading race one before a crash cost him the race victory. The result could have been much worse, however, had he not been wearing his Alpinestars Neckbrace BNS Pro (Click Here)
JWR Racing Yamaha are a new team in the MXGP paddock for 2019 and we may be biased but we think the bikes look pretty good! Anton Gole is using the MX Twenty Delta 520 X-Ring Chain and Sprocket Kit (Click Here) throughout the year in what is his rookie MXGP season.