ADAM McLean will be back in the saddle next season as he rejoins the McAdoo Kawasaki squad for both a full roads campaign and National Superstock action.
The Northern Irishman, who made a strong start to 2019 with a Supersport win and Superbike and Supertwin podiums at Cookstown, had his season cut short after a crash at Tandragee in early May.
While an arm injury has taken longer than expect to heal, McLean says he is delighted to have signed for Winston McAdoo’s squad again with plenty of time to spare – especially with plans to jump back into the BSB paddock.
“I’m really happy to have my 2020 plans sorted at this early stage,” he said. “We have unfinished business to complete next year after my injuries this season.
“I hope to race at selected road races next year but will also compete at BSB in the Superstock class where I know I can be competitive. I’ve finished on the podium there before and it can only add to my experience and pace.
“I’m almost back to full fitness and can’t wait to get back out on the McAdoo Kawasaki.”
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