About Bradley – Biography & Stats

Career highlights

• MotoAmerica top 6 Finishes
• Loretta Lynns Qualifier 2007
• British Supercross champion 2009
• European Dutch Supercross winner 2010
• Top 10 Finishes in European Motocross 2012-2015
• Local Championship wins 2001- Present

Recent Achievements

• 2020 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship – Best result: 8th
• CVMA Supersport middleweight champion
• CVMA Formula Middleweight Champion
• WERA Race wins West Coast region
• 9th overall in Stock1000 championship

23-year-old Bradley Ward is a third-generation motorcycle racer. Originally from Yorkshire, England, he now resides in Temecula, California.

Starting in Club Level Motocross in the UK aged 6 he quickly progressed, venturing overseas at the age of 9 where he took part in European Championship Motocross racing for German based Sturm Racing. Achieving some great results and recognition on the European motocross scene these early years laid the foundation for a great racing career.

2008 saw him qualify for Loretta Lynn’s amateur motocross championship in Tennessee a massive achievement coming from the UK. With several top 12 finishes under his belt he became British Supercross champion 2009, before finishing 1st in the Dutch round of the European Supercross series in 2010.

He made the move from the UK to both live and race in the USA to follow his AMA Supercross and outdoor Motocross dreams. Competing as a privateer, he decided to turn to tarmac after several injuries in 2017.

Still only 20, and with the support and guidance from his father and Jeremy Toye, he raced in various national disciplines of racing, taking in various club championships including WERA, AFM, CVMA races in the California State onboard a Yamaha R6.

Building a great portfolio of race results and achievements in a short space of time, Bradley took to the MotoAmerica Superstock 1000 grid in 2019, taking three top six finishes on his way to ninth overall in the final standings.

2020 saw Ward back on the MotoAmerica grid, where he contested the Superbike Championship until an injury cut short his season. Prior to the crash, Ward was running comfortably within the top ten – achieving a season’s best of eighth.