Vertigo to make attack on British Title.
After being in the British Trials wilderness for a few years following James Dabill's success in the middle of the last decade, Vertigo are now making a dramatic challenge for Championship success, with no less than current British Champion, Jack Price being confirmed as their latest recruit. In one of the most open Championships for many years, with up to seven potential winners, Price will spearhead the Vertigo challenge for success having signed for British Importer and Ambassador, Dougie Lampkin.
Now twenty two years old, Jack will prioritise the defence of his ACU Trial GB title, but also contend a full compliment of World Trial GP rounds, plus the SSDT and Scott Trial.
In the Expert class, through BVM Moto, Vertigo now have the services of rising teenage star, Tyler Randall (pictured) who has grown in skill and confidence over recent months. The Devon rider suffered a work related, career threatening, hand injury in the middle of last season which hampered his progress, but now fully fit can be expected to challenge for podium places in 2020.
With Vertigo now having competitive riders in all three classes which make up the Manufacturers Trophy at the end of the British season, the relatively new Spanish marque could make a serious challenge to lift the crown for the first time.