Farmer and Tyco BMW join forces

Keith Farmer, left, has signed for Moneymore-based Tyco BMW to compete in the British Superstock Championship next year. Photo: Ian Hopgood


KEITH Farmer was confirmed as Moneymore-based Tyco BMW’s British Superstock 1000 Championship rider at Motorcycle Live at the NEC Arena in Birmingham this morning.


The Clogher Bullet, who won the Dickies British BSB Supersport title, to add to the National 600 and 1000 championships he won in 2011 and 2012, has been a man in demand since the final round of the 2017 season at Brands Hatch, but the chance to work with a team from ‘home’ was an opportunity he couldn’t turn down.

“I’m chuffed to bits,” beamed Keith after signing his contract with the Mid Ulster outfit.



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