chad-reed-headshotDoB: 3/15/1982
Height: 5’11″
Weight: 170 lbs
Residence: Tampa, FL
Hometown: Kurri Kurri, Australia
Bike: Honda CRF450

Chad Reed is a multi-time Supercross champion, winning the U.S. AMA Supercross Championship in 2004 & 2008. In 2009, he won the 2009 AMA 450 National Outdoor Motocross Championship, and the Australian Supercross Series for his fourth time. After winning the Australian Supercross Championship in 2000, Reed went to Europe in 2001 to ride for Jan DeGroot’s factory Kawasaki team. Reed and his KX250 won the MX Grand Prix of Lierop and eventually finishing the year second to multi-time World Champion Mickael Pichon.
Eager to move to America and campaign to world’s premiere series, Reed picked up a ride with Yamaha of Troy to ride 125 East Coast Supercross and 125 Nationals aboard the four-stroke YZ250F. Reed won all but two Supercrosses that season and earned the East Coast championship. Reed moved directly to the 250 class full-time in 2003 with Factory Yamaha. Aboard a YZ250, he won one more race than chief rival Ricky Carmichael, but lost the title at the last round to the Carmichael. For 2009, Chad joined Team Suzuki USA, winning the 450 outdoor Motocross Championship. For 2010, Chad joined with Kawasaki USA. In 2011, Chad decided to start his own team – TwoTwo Motorsports, this year riding Honda’s. In June 2011, Chad received a very special award – he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia. The second youngest person ever to receive the acknowledgement.

Career Highlights

AMA 450 Motocross Series Champion
Australasian Supercross Series Champion

AMA/FIM Supercross Series Champion
Australasian Supercross Series Champion

2nd Place – Supercross Championship

3rd Place – Supercross Championship
4th Place – X Games, Supermoto

Bronze Medal – X Games, Supermoto

AMA 250cc Supercross Series Champion
Action Sports Athelete of the Year Nominee, ESPY Awards
6th Place – X Games, Supermoto

FIM World Supercross Championship

AMA East Coast 125 Supercross Champion

Australian Supercross Champion

Australian Supercross Champion


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