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Meghan Rutledge -

2018 and 2019 MX Women's Champion has now moved onto a Coach and Ambassador role with Kawasakai Australia.

If you or someone you know is looking to get into motocross in Sydney NSW be sure to check out Meghan's Facebook page: @madmeg222

Below is some of Meghan's incredible achievements:

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CAREER

1st – 2019 Australian Queen of MX

1st – 2019 MX Nationals Women's Championship

1st - 2018 Australian Supermoto Championship - Women's Class

1st – 2018 Australian Queen of MX

1st – 2018 MX Nationals Women's Championship

1st - 2018 Hattah Desert Race - Ladies

2nd - 2018 East Coast MX Series - Women's Championship

1st – 2018 Coffs Harbour Stadium Motocross - Women’s class

1st – 2017 Hattah Desert Race – Ladies


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 Medalist


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

TRAINING ROUTINE

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.

HOBBIES

Mountain bike riding and Jetskiing.

NICKNAME

'Mad Meg'

FAVOURITE TRACK

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

 

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