Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha have announced a continued partnership with Yamaha UK into 2022, making them the official supported Yamaha team the in the British Paddock.

We are extremely proud to announce that in 2022, Cab Screens will again be racing with Yamaha machinery. Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha will continue to be an official Yamaha UK supported team, with our final rider line-up being announced in the coming weeks.

It’s been an incredibly successful first year for Cab Screens, Crescent Yamaha, and Yamaha UK, proving a formidable force as one of the premier motocross teams in the UK.


“This year has been fantastic working with Crescent and Yamaha, I couldn’t have imagined that we would have the success that we have had.” explained team boss Lee Webber. “All three riders took to the awesome Yamaha YZ-F’s instantly, so I’m really pleased that we can all continue to work together for 2022. It’s a partnership that has brought instant success and in the next few weeks we will announce an exciting lineup of riders for 2022.”

Paul Denning, Crescent Yamaha

“It’s been a pleasure for Crescent Yamaha to partner with Lee and the whole Cab Screens MX crew this year, and the results achieved.” said Paul Denning from Crescent Yamaha. “Winning two Championships and so narrowly missing out on the ACU British title, are a clear endorsement of the team’s capabilities. We look forward to continuing the partnership and to reaching for more success together as Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha, and to supporting the team’s performance from our Yamaha GYTR ProShop.”

Adam Kelley, Yamaha UK

”Knowing the Cab Screens team would be competitive from the outset, the results delivered this year were extremely impressive,’ said Adam Kelley from Yamaha UK. “With the backing of Crescent Yamaha, Lee and the team delivered a professional and competitive package, achieving fantastic results including two Championship wins. Yamaha UK are pleased to be able to secure the partnership again in 2022 and look forward to continued success next season.”

PC – Nuno Laranjeira