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Team Nierychlo

My heart belongs to

Team Nierychlo

My heart belongs to motocross

My name is Luca Nierychlo and my passion,
my strength and my heart belong to motocross.

Luca Nierychlo

  • Nickname:
  • Birthday:
  • Place of residence:


  • Passion:
  • Hobbies:

    BMX riding

  • Motorcycle:

    Gas Gas MC85

  • Start number:
  • Role model:
    Jeremy Seewer
  • Mechanic:

    my dad Marco

  • Biggest fan:

    my mum Nina

  • Siblings:

    Max, my younger brother

Hutten Metaal – A K Bouw Junior Team

Promotional rider state squad Hesse

Sponsored driver ADAC Hessen-Thüringen

German Champion 65cc – 2023

3rd place European Championship 65cc, Central-Europe-Zone – 2023

Junior-Prince Supercross Dortmund 65cc – 2023

German Vice-Champion 65cc – 2022

Crossfinals Winner 65cc – 2022

2024 season:

In 2024 we
have a lot planned…

Preparations for the next season begin with the conclusion of the last race of the previous season. In other words – before the season is after the season and after the season is before the season. There will be a four-week break from riding in the winter, but the sports training for my physical fitness and the collaboration with my mental coach will continue as usual.

In winter, he trains hard in the sand in Holland and Belgium, as well as on the German sand tracks in the north and east.

The ADAC squad training sessions and other private training sessions throughout the year with Collin Dugmore round off the programme.

Anyone who knows me knows that I will give my all. With good preparation and my family as a team, I will achieve the goals I have set myself.

Our goals for 2024:

  • Overall victory in the European Championship, 65cc
  • Top 3 Junior World Championship, 65cc
  • Top 3 German Championship, 85cc
  • Top 10 ADAC MX Masters Junior Cup, 85cc

Because one thing is certain, I never give up and always give 100%!

Your Luca #2

You can find all news and updates on the blog & on my social media channels:

Bikepacking Essentials

Become a supporter.

To be successful in motorsport, you need a strong team on the one hand and the best material on the other. You can only be successful if both components mesh like cogs in a gearbox!

A strong team is already in the starting blocks, but as in many other areas of sport, financial and material support is the key to success.

In order to survive in the fiercely contested competition, high costs are incurred for the procurement of motorbikes, spare parts, protective equipment and entry fees. There are also the travelling costs to the individual racing events and training sessions. My parents, family members and supporters are already doing their best. They can also help us to progress in this unique and exciting sport.