Looking to make an impact in Supercross and Pro Motocross 2024.
The immediate future of Jett Reynolds has been confirmed as he joins the Muc-Off FXR ClubMX team on a one-year deal for the Monster Energy Supercross and Pro Motocross championships next year.
Reynolds, 19, boasts an immensely impressive amateur pedigree with a vast number of titles, however, his transition to the professional ranks with Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki was marred with injuries since making the step in 2022.
Mitch Payton’s outfit did not renew his contract following 2023, and now he steps to the ClubMX team on a YZ250F, effectively in place of Enzo Lopes who opted out of an extension with the outfit in favor of a Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing opportunity.
“I want to prove myself and I have one season to do it,” said Reynolds. “It puts all the pressure on me to perform and achieve the goals I have had for a very long time. My first trip to the ClubMX facility was interesting. I was curious how anyone could live in such a small town which would be an enormous change from my life in California.
“I tested the bike, spoke to the crew, saw where I would be living, and it quickly made sense. I am going to be held accountable every day, with no distractions and every possible tool I would need to succeed. The place is like nothing I had ever seen, the tracks are next level, the bike is incredible, and the people are willing to help me in any way possible.”
Another recent signing for the team is Mark Fineis, the previously GasGas-mounted racer will compete in Supercross Futures next year before turning professional full-time in the Pro Motocross Championship.