‘MY BACKYARD’ WITH TODD WATERS


For a man from North Queensland who by no means deliberately got down to develop into an expert dust bike rider, Todd Waters has achieved a heck of loads within the motorbike trade. From profitable his first Australian Junior Motocross Championship at 12 years previous to claiming the 2019 Australian MX1 Championship, and changing into solely the third Aussie in historical past to symbolize Staff Australia at each the MXoN and ISDE, Waters’ checklist of accolades is lengthy and well-decorated.

These days, Todd’s focus is on his household and his companies – as co-owner of Raceline (with Jason Waters), he heads up Husqvarna Bikes Australia’s home motocross and supercross program, and is concentrated on the event of his younger workforce rider, Rhys Budd.

Forward of the 2024 season, Transmoto and VW Amarok and Vans caught up with Todd at his hometown on the Gold Coast, Queensland, to study extra about his historical past as a racer, his transition into enterprise possession, and targets for the 2024 season as a race workforce proprietor. That is My Yard with Todd Waters.

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