FMF/Orange Brigade/KTM rider Dakota Alix will be joining MotoE with Coach Robb Beams as his trainer. He will be contesting his first pro season in the 250 Class starting at the first round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at Glen Helen Raceway on May 24.

Coach Robb stated: “Dakota’s talent and determination makes him a great addition to our team of pro riders.”

Beams will be training Alix alongside Ryan Dungey, giving MotoE an entry in each class.

Alix knew he would need to step up his game for his rookie year. “Fitness is a huge factor in the outdoors, I knew Coach Robb and MotoE could give me that edge to get through the long motos in the heat.”

Beams added: “Dakota is showing a lot of improvement and that should prove evident with his results throughout the whole season.”

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