KX450F & KX250F  #66

Competing in 2016 MX Nationals MX2 Class & Women's Class, NSW State Motocross Championship (Women’s and MX1) & Victorian Motocross Championship.


  • 1st – 2014 NSW Women’s Motocross Championship
  • 1st – 2014 Australian Women’s Supercross Championship
  • 2nd – 2014 FIM Women’s World Motocross Championship
  • 1st – 2013 Australian Women’s Supercross Championship
  • 2nd – 2013 FIM Women’s World Motocross Championship
  • 2013 X-Games Silver Medallist
  • 2012 Queen of Geneva SX, 2nd
  • 1st – 2012 Australian Women’s Motocross Championship
  • 1st – 2011 Australian Women’s Motocross Championship
  • First female to win a state championship against the boys in 2004.


To win every race I enter!


I go to the gym at least 4-5 times a week and do a variety of cardio, strength and endurance training. Plus I spend as much time as possible on the bike, which is normally on a Saturday and Sunday when I am not racing.


I work 5 days a week, train as much as possible and love spending time with my nieces.


'Mad Meg'


Goanna Tracks in Coonabarabran, best dirt, and a super fast track with lots of fun jumps and sections!

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