Slavin brother to represent Scotland

The Slavin brothers'Photograph by Nuno Laranjeira
The Slavin brothers'Photograph by Nuno Laranjeira

Brothers Andrew and Adam Slavin from Stranraer are to represent Scotland at Arenacross – Europe’s biggest indoor Motocross Tour – Which comes to Scotland for the first time ever this Saturday, February 7, at the SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow.

Fifteen-year-old Andrew and 12-year-old Adam are following in the footsteps of their dad, who was a Scottish Motocross Champion in 2001.

Last weeknd the tow boys qualified for the Glasgow event at Arenacross, Newcastle, round 5 of the tour. Andrew came eigth and Adam seventh. They hope to do even better with the support of Scotland behind them when they race in Glasgow this Saturday night.

Adam has been racing for three years and now competes in the SW85cc class. He is the Cumbrian Champion and the Noth of Englansd Champion and came fourth in the 65cc class at Arenacross in 2013.

Big brother Andrew has been racing for five years and competed in the rookie class for 15-18 year olds. He has been thrid in the Northern Motocross Championships, dourth in the Cumbrian Championships and ninth in the BW85cc class at Arenacrossin 2013.

With a few years of racing experience behind them, racing to represent Scotland is a hugely exciting experience and they are calling on their home crowds to support them!

Dan Whitby (Britain’s Got Talent) will perform the world’s first Freestyle Motocross Jump in the dark on the night of the show. Jaws will drop, breath will be taken away, and hearts will race. The coolest, hardest sport on the planet and brings adulation and glory from millions of fans across the globe