Two stroke racing maestro Rhys Hardisty will return to the Peoples Bike Team fold for August’s Classic TT Races.
Lead privateer in the Lightweight Classic TT of 2016, added highlights from Hardisty’s career to date at the yesteryear racing extravaganza have included a fantastic run to third within the Formula 2 class encounter from 2015.
Six years thus far a competitor around the fabled, mythical Mountain Course, his maiden TT ventures have yielded an array of creditable results including placing 27th in the second Monster Energy Supersport race of TT 2019.
Photo by Nick Wheeler
Delighted to be linking up again with the popular Welshman for the Classic TT, Peoples Bike Team Manager Janice Thompson, stated via Facebook:
“With Rhys also on-board for the team this year it now gives us a really strong line up with both experienced riders alongside our young rising stars.
We think the balance of Joe Akroyd & ‘Trev’ Stephen Parsons at the TT & Rhys & Frankie Stennett at the Classic TT & Manx GP will give the opportunity for experience & knowledge to be shared & for each of the lads to continue their development & progression as road racers.”
Words by Stevie Rial