About me

Bradley started riding motorcycles aged 4. By the time he reached 6 years old he was well on his way to competing in high level Junior British championships. Since then Bradley has been a race winner and championship contender every year, racing in Spain and Ireland as well as all over the UK. By 2010 Brad got an invitation to race alongside MotoGP at the Silverstone Grand Prix.
For 2012 Bradley moved up to the well established Aprillia Superteens championship,  where riders such as Casey Stoner & Cal Crutchlow started their career path to MotoGP. By the second race of the season Brad had won his first race in the championship, becoming one of the youngest ever racers to do so. Once Bradley finished his 2 years in the Aprillia championship racking up 14 victories in the 2 years of competing he moved on to riding a 650 Supertwin. These 90bhp racing bikes are used at the Isle Of Man TT and very popular in the UK and Irish Road Racing Championships.
Aged 14 he was the youngest ever race winner on a 650cc motorcycle. Between 2014 & 2015 breaking 8 lap records, and claiming 8 pole positions out of a possible 9 in a single season.
After this success Brad made a step up into British Superbikes in the highly competitive Superstock 600 class on a Yamaha R6.

The British Superbikes series has over 50,000 spectators every race weekend and millions live on Tv on Eurosport and ITV4. Both team and rider had a very productive first year in the British Superbikes paddock, learning lots of useful information every weekend. All the hard work paid off as Brad had a one-off race at the World Superbikes Stock 600 class at Donington Park and worked his way to get his first top 10 result of the year.

For 2017 Brad stayed for his 2nd year in the class and the hard work of 2016 paid off for Brad and the team. From the first round of 2017 Brad was in the leading group for the win. Bradley proved himself to be able to ride in wet and dry, at his home race at Oulton Park he pushed his way to a very impressive 4th place in the wet. The following weekend Bradley stuck his Yamaha R6 on pole position in qualifying at the World Superbike event. In the race with 2 laps to go Brad was sat in 2nd place battling for the win when he was unfortunately T-Boned and taken out of the race by another rider.

Overall Bradley finished the year in 9th position in the championship out of 40 riders, the Cumbrian was very happy with his 2017 performance and felt he was ready to move up.
After much discussion with family, friends and sponsors Bradley  moved up to the prestigious British Supersport class in 2018, finishing 13th, the highest placed Dad and lad combination (privateer).
Brad had nine top ten finishes in 2018 accompanied by increasing interest from Eurosport with grid interviews.

 The Supersport class includes highly tuned 600cc machines, racing two televised races per weekend against some of the best 600 riders worldwide.