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Kyle Ryde turns ‘bogey’ Cadwell Park into a favourite with double BSB podium

Ian Hopgood
Kyle Ryde, OMG Racing, Yamaha R1, 2023 BSB, Cadwell Park, portrait, celebration, podium [credit Ian Hopgood]

Kyle Ryde demonstrated the progress he has made over the last 12 months as he reeled off a trio of strong top four results on his return to Cadwell Park.

A circuit that hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for the OMG Racing Yamaha rider in the past, Ryde failed to crack the top ten on his visit to the Louth venue in 2022.

However, in a season that has seen Ryde mature into a regular contender for victories and the BSB title he showed just how far he has come over the past year as he tussled for victory in all three races.


- 2023 BSB Championship Standings -

Falling just short of victory against Glenn Irwin in race one, Ryde backed up that second place finish with an identical finish in race two, before rounding off his weekend with a fourth.

“I think that the last race was actually the best for the bike - it’s just a shame I had the three fastest bikes on the grid in front of me! I tried my best to pass Leon on the last couple of laps but just couldn’t get close enough.

”The weekend’s been great though, getting two P2s & a P4 at what used to be a bogey track for me and is now one of my favourites. 

“Bring on the rest of the season, where we’ve got loads of suspension data and know we can do well, and the points go back to normal. We’re still gunning for that top spot!”

The results keep Ryde within range of the 2023 BSB title battle, some 51 points behind leader Tommy Bridewell.

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