Seeley is looking to add the Supersport title to the Metzeler National Superstock 1000 Championship crown he won in 2009 and he is already counting down the days until the team get testing underway.
Seeley said: "I now have everything sorted out for next season, but it is a long time to not be riding a bike so now the snow has gone over here I can get back out riding. I have been able to get back out motocrossing this week, which I couldn't do when the weather was bad. Its great fun and I used to do it competitively when I was younger, but now I just do it for fun aside from the circuit racing. It really benefits me to do it as part of my training and I give it large and get big air - no half measures for me!
"I got myself a trials bike a month ago too, something new to play with over the winter. A load of the guys always tell me its good for training; I had never done it before but I am really into it now. I literally go a few minutes drive away from my house here in Ireland, its as much fun as motocross and involves less cleaning afterwards! There is a group of us that go out, including Glenn Irwin who will be racing in the UK next season in the Superstock 600 Championship so we have a good craic. It's all about keeping up a bit of training, enjoying the turkey then coming back ready to win next year. Once we get into the New Year I will crank it up again as I want to win the British Supersport title for Relentless Suzuki."