Road Racing News

Crowe Brothers Stick With Triumph Power For TT 2020

Fastest three wheeling Mountain Course newcomers in history, Ryan Crowe/Callum Crowe are set to stick with Triumph power for their second TT Races campaign in 2020.

Son’s of Sidecar TT legend Nick Crowe, the brothers enjoyed back in June a quite memorable TT debut, starring throughout practice week then going onto secure a fantastic top five finish within the opening Locate.im Sidecar race.

Photo by Mark Corlett

Ending TT 2019 with a best lap speed of 113.529 mph, the quickest recorded lap speed in history by a newcomer driver/passenger partnership to TT competition, they caught the eye and some of various road racing aficionados with their consistently impressive performances.

Widely tipped to contend in the near future for TT podium finishes, they cannot be discounted from being in the mix for podium’s next year.

Unquestionably amongst the Isle of Man’s fastest rising sporting talents, their progress at TT 2020 will be monitored closely not only by the Manx public but also by the three wheeling scene in general, who can’t heap enough praise upon the ambitious, hard working duo.

Words by Stevie Rial

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