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Put Twenty TiPegs to the test

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The Twenty TiPeg titanium foot peg is an industry leader in its sector, but does it stand the test of time? Vsevolod Brylyakov, a Grand Prix rider for the JWR Yamaha Racing squad, is notoriously one of the toughest guys on his bike, because of his ruthless riding style. How do the products hold up with that in mind? 24MX caught up with him to discuss everything.

"Hello, my name is Vsevolod Brylyakov and I am a professional motocross rider riding in the MXGP class for the JWR Yamaha Racing team. The most important thing is getting a grip and a good feeling of the bike, as you all know, and that is why, as a professional rider, I choose the titanium pegs from Twenty. They help me the most and give me maximum grip and stability in my legs. I think they are a lot lighter than the stock ones too. They look, they feel great and that is why we choose them."

Vsevolod Brylyakov moved into the MXGP category this term, following an injury-riddled time in the MX2 class, and has been steadily improving in the world's toughest class. After failing to score points in his first outing at the MXGP of The Netherlands, Brylyakov jumped into the top twenty the next time out and then followed that up with some career-best finishes, as he took a twelfth and eleventh in the two motos and eleventh overall.

"I played it smart in the motos and did not really rush or make the bike work too hard," Brylyakov said of that successful day in Lombardia. "A lot of guys did not finish, because of bike issues, so I knew that I had to play it smart with my lines and save the clutch. The speed was there. I managed to finish in eleventh overall, tied on points with tenth, so I was quite happy with the weekend. It was a good result. It was a good race for the whole team!"

It is actually worth noting that the aforementioned Grand Prix of Lombardia was the toughest on the schedule. Rain battered the circuit throughout the weekend and left the sandy surface looking like a quagmire. Man and machine were really put to the test and, unlike many riders, Brylyakov managed to make it to the finish line in one piece and add valuable points to his total. Those have contributed to him currently running twenty-second in the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship, five points down on a former world champion.

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