Rides Unlimited Racing KTM Announces 2022 Roster

The Rides Unlimited Racing KTM team has announced a five-rider lineup for the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season. 

The team, which has a long history in the amateur ranks, made its debut in Monster Energy Supercross last year with a two-rider squad of Chad Saultz and Jonah Geistler. The team has expanded to five riders in 2022 with Brian Hsu, Jack Chambers and Max Miller joining Saultz and Geistler. 

According to the teams IG announcement, it looks like it will be getting support from James Stewart’s gear brand, Seven, in addition to MrBeast Burger. 

In his rookie season in 2021, Miller made three main events in the 250SX East Region. He missed most of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross with a knee injury.

After completing his final year in amateurs with the team, Chambers raced two rounds of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross with the team, the High Point National (37th overall) and RedBud National (30th overall).

Hsu has spent the majority of his career in Europe, racing the FIM Motocross World Championship and European Supercross events. In 2021, he raced the last five rounds in the MX2 class, finishing with three 12th-place overall finishes to end the season. He will make his Monster Energy Supercross debut in 2022. 

No word yet on respective coasts the riders will contest. 

Main image: Rides Unlimited KTM

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