Ross Branch: I’m not aiming to ride that fast


The biker from Botswana’s breakthrough performance has propelled him to fourth place overall after finishing second in the stage to Riyadh.

“I had fun. I was a bit frustrated after I missed a waypoint from the get-go this morning. Then, I wanted to see how fast I could go and find out what my bike’s top speed was. Yamaha has done a great job with the bike and it’s really fast, I’m not aiming to ride that fast. I need to stay consistent throughout the remaining stages to see how it all plays out.”

By: Official Dakar website

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