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Mikkel Haarup and Camden McLellan excited to lead Triumph into the FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship.
Racing Triumph Motorcycles 7th Mar 2024

Following months of extensive development and fine-tuning of the all-new Triumph TF 250-X race bikes, Monster Energy Triumph Racing have safely arrived in Argentina ahead of the opening round of the 2024 FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship. The team’s riders, Mikkel Haarup and Camden McLellan, are both 100% healthy, ready, and excited to take on the first of 20 rounds and kick-off the new campaign with positive results.

As a seasoned MX2 class racer, Haarup brings a wealth of experience to Monster Energy Triumph Racing. Having already enjoyed two successful outings this year at pre-season races in Spain and France with trips to the podium at each event, the talented Dane is now focused on bringing that impressive form into this year’s MX2 Motocross World Championship. Eager to demonstrate his true capabilities to the world in 2024 and excited to play a vital role in Triumph’s racing legacy, Haarup has everything he needs to compete at the sharp end of the highly competitive series.

Equally excited to showcase his speed and skills this season is Camden McLellan. In what will be his first term as a factory rider, the 19-year-old from South Africa has fully embraced the considerable transition into competing for a high-profile team and is poised for a breakout year in the MX2 Motocross World Championship. With an experienced teammate to learn from and with the full support of Monster Energy Triumph Racing, McLellan is more than ready to deliver a successful campaign in 2024.

History will be made this weekend at the MXGP of Patagonia-Argentina as Triumph enters the FIM Motocross World Championship paddock for the very first time. The prestigious series is played out over 20 rounds and travels to 16 countries and three continents, with the final event taking place in Italy on September 29.