Muc-Off has announced a new partnership with reigning female motocross world champion, Courtney Duncan.
DRT Kawasaki’s Courtney Duncan, who has been labeled ‘the fastest female on the planet,’ is part of an incredible lineup of athletes and teams that Muc-Off supports across both cycling and powersports.
“It is awesome to be partnering with Courtney, who is at the peak of her career in women’s motocross. Not only has she secured two world championship titles but she has also and been recognized for her achievements by being awarded Sportswomen of the year. We look forward to seeing her battle for her third world title,” commented Alex Trimnell, CEO of Muc-Off.
“I’m so stoked to be working with Muc-Off and to finally announce our partnership for 2021. It is awesome to see a brand stepping up to support female athletes in this sport. I am excited to start using the products and learn a little more about mountain bike maintenance thanks to my other partnership with Marin Bikes,” said Duncan.
25-year-old Duncan has been riding a motorcycle since she was seven years old and made her debut in the world championships in 2016. After a few years of injury setbacks, Duncan finally clinched the WMX Championship title in 2019 with a near-perfect year where she won nine of the 10 races in the championship. In 2020 she had to work a little harder for the championship, battling down to the wire for the gold plate. This is where the Kiwi’s determination shone through and her tenacity in those final moments was enough to secure her second world title.