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This is your chance to join the Supermotoland Husqvarna Junior talent team for the 2022 race season. We are looking for young racers from all over the world (From 15 to 28 years old) to come to Spain, to race and train with the Supermotoland Husqvarna Junior talent team.
Supermotoland is the official Husqvarna supported team in the Spanish Supermoto championship for 2022.
As a highly successful supermoto race school and race team, it’s no surprise that Supermotoland have Grand prix wins and multiple national and regional titles to its name, as well as countless race wins and podiums, from our many team riders since the teams formulation in 2010.
We have our own training track with multiple layouts at our team base in Murcia, Spain from where we build and tune our own bikes and engines, to produce some of the fastest and best handling supermoto bikes in the Spanish and European championships.
The Supermotoland Husqvarna Race team is looking for young racers to join the team and race in the Spanish and European Supermoto championships.
If you are new to Supermoto racing, or require additional training then we can formulate a package to suit your own requirements with pre season and mid season training and coaching. All our racers receive top class technical support and training facilities to ensure that they are well prepared for racing at the best of their ability. We even have a team house in Bullas, Murcia, Spain that riders can stay at whilst training at Supermotoland in between races.
The aim of the team
The aim of the team is to allow young international racers a chance to race at the highest level, with top level support and training to help them achieve new goals at a rapid rate. This is an intense training, coaching and racing program to elevate a young riders potential at the quickest rate possible.
You can race in the full supermoto category with the dirt and jump section, or the Road only class that is more like road racing.
The Spanish supermoto championship is seen as one of the most competitive supermoto racing series in the World with a top class, international field battling for titles.
SM-ROAD and S4
The Spanish SM-ROAD class is road/asphalt only, and is a breeding ground for racers looking to further their supermoto career, or to potentially go into a road racing career. This is also mirrored in the new S4 (road only) European supermoto championship with the best supermoto riders in the world battling it out on the road only kart tracks of Europe. (There is no World championship S4 class, so the European title is essentially the world title.)
SM-junior, SM-Open and S2 and S1GP
The Spanish SM-junior and SM – Open class is for younger riders to race pure supermoto with tracks that feature a dirt section with jumps as well as the asphalt. The skills learnt in this class mirror road racing and motocross. The level in the Spanish championships is high with the top Spanish riders also winning some of the world Supermoto championship races. The S2 European and S1GP world championship classes are a natural step up from the Spanish championship with the two series an ideal match for any rider wanting to become the best.
Why racing supermoto is so good for you
Racing a supermoto teaches you just about all the skills you need in road racing and Motocross, and allows you to push the limits like never before, as the risks from injury or bike damage in a crash are greatly lessened due to the lower speeds and more user friendly race tracks. All top road racers usually have a supermoto bike in their garage to train on.
Most Spanish road racers are also racing (or have raced) in the Spanish supermoto championship to improve their skills and increase their racing profile, exposure, and experience.
Road to MotoGP
Iker Lecouna is the prime example of what can be achieved by racing Supermoto. At the age of 15 he won the SM-ROAD championship before moving into MOTO2 in the Spanish CEV championship, then going onto MOTO2 world championships, and then onto his current position as a MOTOGP racer with the KTM tech3 team. He still trains on a supermoto as its the ideal training for road racing.
The quickest way to learn to be fast
Racing supermoto is the ideal way to learn a lot of skills quickly at a fraction of the cost of road racing. Then once you have mastered the skills required and increased your speed and ability to a high enough level, you can continue with a career in World championship supermoto or transfer across to road racing or even motocross, where you will find you have acquired most of the skills and speed required without breaking the bank (by skipping the expensive junior ranks of road racing, moto 3, etc)
The 2022 race season
For 2022 the Supermotoland race school and race team based in Bullas, Murcia, Spain will continue to be focusing their efforts on bringing new and young racers into the Spanish, European and World Supermoto championships
The Junior talent ride
In conjunction with Husqvarna motorcycles and the teams prime sponsor, Advance moves International removals, the team will field a group of young racers of varying abilities in 2022, The team will consist of existing junior talent riders in their 2nd to 7th year of racing with the team, and one new applicant that will be chosen at the end of 2021.
Some racing experience and a will to win are required but the racing background can be from any form of motorcycle racing (MX, road racing, mini bikes etc…)
Some financial input will be required although the team ride is heavily subsidized and therefore very affordable.
Training packages and coaching can all be arranged.