Jai Constantinou is all set to take it all in at MV’s Elite Rider Training Camp when it gets underway tomorrow at the Melbourne Parkview Hotel.
“I’m looking forward to being with some friends at the Elite Rider Training Camp and learning as much as possible from the great professionals and experts that will be there,” Jai said.
Jai was unfortunately injured during 2015 and with his first year in Senior competition this year he was just looking at having fun and getting as prepared as possible for 2017.
“I had no real expectations heading into this season, with my injury last year, as my training program was limited while I was off the bike for so long,” Jai continued.
“So far 2016 has been great and I’ve found the big change from Juniors to Seniors to be really enjoyable.”
Jai has raced in the U19 B Grade and B Lites classes throughout the MX season and was hoping to take part in more rounds of the MX Nationals but missed out on the early rounds and it’s something he wants to fix next year.
“I was only able to do Round 8 (Goulburn Valley Junior Motorcycle Club) of the MX Nationals, as I missed the early rounds but I was lucky to get that experience under my belt for next year,’ he said.
“Going into 2017 I want to race all MX National rounds in the U19 class and also race in U19 A and A Lites in the Victorian Senior MX Championships as well.”
At the MV Elite Rider Training Camp, Jai is ready to take in all the information he can to reach those goals next year.
“At the Training Camp I’m looking to take on board as much knowledge and information as I can in the sport I love and it’s another experience to add under the belt,” he added.
The MV Elite Rider Training Camp is taking place from September 19 – 21 at the Melbourne Parkview Hotel.
You can keep up to date with all the goings on from the Camp via the MV Elite Rider Training Camp Facebook Page.
Sport & Rider Development Manager