Nick off to a fast start

PUBLISHED: 09:23 06 May 2011 | UPDATED: 09:23 06 May 2011

Nick Edrich.

Nick Edrich.


Jet skier Nick Edrich leads the novice jet skiing class.

NICK Edrich, (37), of Burnham, is currently leading the IJSBA novice stock class in the jet sport racing association of Great Britain championships (JSRA).

His stand up type jet ski model is a Hydrospace S4 (a four-stroke intercooled turbo which produces 110hp and does nearly 60mph).

There are six race weekends from April through to September and Nick also finished third in the expert class for the weekend.

Nick hopes to ride in the world finals in October at Lake Havasu, USA. He has a few sponsors and these are local firms AK Autos, Home Farm Caravan Park, Quick Sign and the Cladding Centre. Further sponsorship is needed for him to fulfil his potential.

Nick, who is also a qualified RNLI Lifeboat helmsman, may be contacted for further information on 07738 283569.

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