KTM Diga Junior Racing are going all-out for 2018. The rider-line-up of Miro Sihvonen, Emil Weckman and Tomas Kohut will grow with the young American WMX rider Avrie Berry entering the mix.

The freshly-signed 17-year old Avrie Berry from Washougal, Washington made a name for herself back home at Loretta’s this year. She podiumed for the first time in her amateur class and immediately recorded third and fourth finishes in her pro debut.

Making the transition into the strongest women’s competition in the world, the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship, Berry made two wildcard appearances in Europe. As one of the youngest competitors in the field Avrie demonstrated her potential and finished a commendable 11th in the second moto at Villars-sous-Ecot, France.

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The introduction to racing at the highest level left Berry wanting for more. In order to further develop her motocross career Avrie has chosen KTM Diga Junior Racing and will be living and training in Belgium. In Europe she will be combining the Women’s Motocross European and World Championships.

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