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Matt Walker lets his riding do the talking in this introduction to the newest member of the Pivot Factory Racing Team.
Matt Walker joins Bernard Kerr, Emilie Siegenthaler and Ed Masters on the Pivot Factory Racing Team for the 2019 season. The 28-year-old racer from Christchurch, New Zealand will focus on Downhill World Cups, EWS and Crankworx events. “It’s the whole package that makes this the dream team,” says Walker. “I have amazing bikes and a bunch of legends to feed off and push each other all while having a few laughs along the way!”
Matt Walker is no stranger to Pivot Cycles having ridden them on and off early in his racing career. “I’m always drawn back to them as they have been hands down my favorite bikes to ride,” he says. Matt’s first major race with the team will be Crankworx Rotorua – an event he excels at leaving with the points lead in the King of Crankworx competition on more than one occasion.
Author: Pivot Cycles