Bike: 2022 Honda CRF 450R
Mechanic: Craig Brown
Birth Date: 24/04/1996
Pro Debut: 2015
Hometown: Perth Western Australia
Residence: Melbourne Victoria

Kyle Webster

I enjoy riding my mountain bike, cycling, surfing and almost anything that’s active. I’m also huge coffee fan. I like the beach and I really just enjoy the training and riding program that I follow day to day.

2021 season recap:
2021 was great for me, I managed to win 5 out of 6 races and get the championship. It’s a massive bummer that our season got cut short but I’m just grateful that we at least got to do a few races before the lockdowns.I was so happy that I finally got to show how hard I worked through 2020 and I think it definitely payed off. Wonthaggi has always been a tough one for me as it’s my favourite track but over the years I had a few mechanicals there, So I was definitely nervous about round 1. But it couldn’t have gone any better really.. I qualified 1st and won both motos to get the overall and quite a decent points lead. Round 2 at Canberra was awesome, I also really like that track and I feel like I had a point to prove as everyone just assumed that Wonthaggi would be my strongest round. But I think I proved that I can do well on the hard pack too. Round 3 was Maitland, our final round. We were actually really lucky to get this one in as Sydney went in to a massive lockdown the weekend we were there. I think this round was bitter sweet, I got the win in the first race however in the second race I went down on the first lap. So I managed to come to 4th from near last on a track that was very hard to pass on. I think it was probably the best I rode all year but not the best result. I still managed to get the overall for the weekend so that was a bonus. It was a very strange but good year for me. I’m absolutely stoked to get the championship but I definitely want to feel those last race nerves and I think that has motivated me a lot to race this year in the MX1 class.

Career Highlights

  • 2019 Season Result: 2nd mx2 mx nationals 3rd mx2 qualification race MXON
  • 2020 Season Result: NIL

Racing Accolades:

  • MXoN 2019 mx2
  • Mx2 2nd overall mx nationals 2019
  • Double round win at Murray bridge 2019
  • Wonthaggi 2018 first round win after breaking my back. (Mx2)