Chad ReedMotocross / Supercross
- Kurri Kurri, New South Wales
- March 15, 1982
With wins across different decades, Chad Reed has been a staple in the Motocross world since he made his debut back in 1997 as the Australian Junior Motocross Champion. Less than a year later, Reed officially began his career as a professional rider – it didn't take long for him to make his mark. He was crowned the 1999 and 2000 Australian Supercross Champion.
This string of continued success would follow Reed throughout his entire career. As of 2018, Reed was the record-holder for most Main Event starts in Supercross history (228), with a career spanning 20 years. One of the most consistent riders of the early 2000s, Reed became one of the sports favorites and was even named a Member of the Order of Australia for service to motorsports as a professional supercross motorcycle rider at both the international and national levels.
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