Cullen Scott #582 "ICEMAN" Future MX Star

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Cullen Scott #582 "ICEMAN" Future MX Star

Stag Motorcycles will be following the career of this young athlete as he competes at the top level of British and European Youth Motocross.


  • Clint Scott

    Facebook 29th October 2018
    Proud moment 💪🏼
    16 weeks ago layed up with two broken femurs, a broken wrist and collarbone, fractured hip and compressed lung.
    Today, after sheer determination and hard work, the iceman returns!
    Through all this hardship, he has tackled each day with courage, and never once lost his sense of humour. Even when things seemed too tough he somehow always managed to smile.
    He has inspired us all and we love him to bits….. no matter what, he’s our champ💕
    Thank you to our family and friends for their endless support.
    Thank you to our sponsors for standing by us.
    For now, we have some unfinished business to attend to💪🏼


    A truly exceptional talent with all the right tools to become a world champion. After a nightmare fall that would have put most out of business, he has made his way back onto the bike. Huge respect for this young man.

    From this on the 8th July
    Hi all,
    I’m sorry to say Cullen Scott had a brutal crash racing this weekend.
    He sustained injuries to his legs as well as other fractures to his wrist, collarbone and pelvis.
    He is in good hands and the care has been superb.
    He had surgery last night and will be back in theatre on Wednesday.
    We are all very devastated by what has happened but accept the risk involved in the sport we love.
    We would like to thank the medical team that looked after Cullen track side, they are an amazing bunch of people.
    To the other parents/friends helping with support and comfort at the track,thank you. To all Cullen’s family friends and supporters, thank for your encouragement, it means a lot to him and he loves you all.
    For now we take it a day at a time and look forward to making a full recovery and getting back to what he does best……

    To this 28th October.
    IM BACK!!! My first day of riding in four months from two broken femurs, broken collarbone, wrist, pelvis and collapsed lung!
    I’d like to thank everyone who has stuck behind me in this tough stage of my life and I’m proud to say i have handled this exceptionally well and got back to where I wanna be with pure and utter determination, I set my goal and I achieved it! Loved every moment of today and there’s a lot more good things to come in this journey of mine, thank you again every one, you all helped me stay positive and get through this❤️💪🏻
    Thank you to all my sponsors for their continued support

    This is the one to watch.

  • Steve Ramsden

    Round 3 of the 2018 Bridgestone British Masters MotoX Championship will be held on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th July at Preston Docks, Lancs.

    Good Luck ICEMAN!!

  • Clint Scott

    Yesterday at 16:45 ·
    Couldn’t be more proud of this little guys resolve and determination. Against all odds he keeps proving he can compete at the sharp end. Although still very young and inexperienced, he learns fast and is putting in some great starts and consistent rides rewarding himself with the coveted red plate at the Bridgestone British MX round at Wroxton MX track. The first time he has lead a British National championship and in his first year on a 125cc. Still early days but………….Yeeessss Iceman💪🏼

  • Steve Ramsden

    Wroxton this weekend for the second round of the Bridgestone British Masters. Iceman in 2nd place in the championship, lets see some holeshots.

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