Mountain Course legend Dave Madsen Mygdal, is set to compete across all classes, at the upcoming Classic TT Races.
Dave who holds the record for the most amount of finishes at the Isle of Man TT, is all set to pilot Team Gimbert’s Honda’s in the Junior and Senior races, holding the number 19 and 21 plates respectively.
The Superbike Classic TT sees him pilot his own teams RC30 Honda which carries as in the Senior race, the number 21 plate.
The newly introduced Lightweight Classic TT will see Dave compete on a RS 250 Honda, it’s a race he is greatly looking forward to, having not competed on two stroke machinery, for a number of years.
TT 2016 marked 34 years since his Mountain Course debut, at the 1982 Manx Grand Prix.
Stand out moments from this years TT Races included finishing a highly creditable 22nd, in the lightweight race.
One of his most memorable feats in recent years, came in the 2015 350 classic TT race, as he finished an excellent fourth, finishing in front of 2013 lightweight TT winner James Hillier.
A true pure road racing hero, Dave Madsen Mygdal has the experience, knowledge and pace to secure series of world class results, at the fourth running of the Classic TT.
Words by Stevie Rial