De Dycker joins Team Belgium for MX of Nations

Factory KTM rider joins Yamaha duo of Van Horebeek and Lieber
Just one day after he started riding again following shoulder surgery, Ken De Dycker has been announced as the final member of the Belgian Motocross of Nations squad who will race in the event at Ernee in France on September 27. He will join the Yamaha pairing of Jeremy Van Horebeek and Julien Lieber.

The final place in the squad had been in doubt after team leader Kevin Strijbos got hurt a few weeks ago. With Clement Desalle also out injured, the 2013 champions were looking like being not as strong as in recent years. With De Dycker back, the team is one of the strongest who could be podium contenders.

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