Motorcycle Kawasaki KX450F
Racing Number #8
Age 26
Hometown Pearcedale, VIC
Mechanic Ben Dutton



2015 - 2nd MX1 (450cc) Australian MX Nationals 
2015 - 2nd Australian Supercross Championship, 450cc  
2011 - 3rd Australian Supercross Championship MX2 (250cc)






Motorcycle Kawasaki KX450F
Racing Number #199
Age 19
Hometown Brisbane, QLD
Mechanic Ben Dutton



2016: 3rd - Australian MX Nationals - MX2
2015: 6th - Australian MX Nationals - MX2

Kades's Story

Kade was given his first motorbike by his father at 5 years of age and he began racing when he was 8 years old. 2015 marked the second year of MX1 competition for Kade Mosig who has left no stone unturned throughout the course of his relentless mission to claim a national 450cc title. The 25 year old Victorian was just short of achieving his goal in 2015, where he finished as runner up in both the MX Nationals and Australian Supercross Championship. So far this year, Kade placed a respectable 4th position overall in the MX Nationals with his National Pump Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team factory KX450F and he is now training relentlessly in preperation to unleash upon the upcoming 2016 Australian Supercross Championship.




Nato's Story

The 19 year old Queenslander has established himself as one of the most promising motocross and supercross talents in Australia. An untimely incident at the final round of the 2016 MX Nationals cost Nathan the MX2 class lead and left him having to settle with 3rd place in the series overall. Nathan’s steady rise through the ranks now sees him take the ultimate step-up into the MX1 (450cc category) with the MEGA Bulk Fuels Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team and his factory KX450F.

“Well I race because I love the sport definitely. I guess you can say it’s all I’ve done growing up and I’ve never looked another way. My dad got me into riding at a very young age and I’m glad he did because I love it and I don’t know what I would do if I wasn’t racing.”

“I was never really inside the top ten when I was young but loved racing, mostly because of the time I had hanging with dad. Over the years I got more competitive and started progressing so I achieved better results. I picked up my first supported ride in 2013 and that kicked it off for me. We gave it 100% from there and it allowed us to get the results and move into the seniors and here we are.”

“That feeling of winning keeps me going and motivated every day.”