Kawasaki Australia have announced the continuation of Empire Motorsports as the supported ProMX team. The team will run the name of Empire Kawasaki and will be competing in MX1 and MX2. The Factory team will be going for gold in the 2021 ProMX series with two new bike set-ups.

Lawson Bopping, Empire Kawasaki Team. Pic: Foremost Media.

The team has proved competitive in recent years in the Supercross series.

“We’re excited to see the start of the 2021 ProMX series get going. With a new KX250 and KX450 for this year we’re very confident of some great results. Our team manager Tyson Cherry has done a great job over the last couple of years and will be working closely with his team.” Said Robert Walker, sales and marketing manager of Kawasaki Australia.

“Empire Motorsports are very excited to be teaming up with Kawasaki Australia in 2021. The 2019 MX season was a great start to the relationship with Kawasaki Australia and we are looking forward to pushing to the top in 2021.” Said Tyson Cherry, Empire Kawasaki team owner/manager.

They will be pushing for a win in both the 450cc and 250cc categories against major teams like YRT.

The Penrite ProMX Championship launches into racing at Wonthaggi, Victoria on April 11, followed by seven rounds of high-flying action spanning four States and one Territory.To stay up to date with the latest Penrite ProMX Championship, presented by AMX Superstores news, visit the ProMX website, ProMX Facebook and ProMX Instagram.


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