Avalon Biddle

Friendly but fierce. Known for her huge smile when the helmet is off, Supersport 600 Champion Racer Avalon Biddle leaves her fierce side for the race track where she competes against the fastest blokes on two wheels.

Avalon has raced everywhere from Invercargill, New Zealand, to Suzuka, Japan, over the past decade of competition. She made history in 2019 by winning the New Zealand Supersport 600 Championship; the first female ever to do so. She made her international racing debut at the age of 14 in Australia and went on to race in elite competitions throughout Australasia, Japan and Europe. She quickly progressed through the racing ranks around the world and after winning the 2015 and 2016 European Women's Cup, is now a firm fan favourite.

Avalon hits race tracks around the country on her MTF Finance Kawasaki ZX6R, while also campaigning for Road Rider Safety and coaching young riders. She is hugely passionate about encouraging young Kiwis to dream big and work hard to achieve their goals.

We asked Avalon Biddle, and this is her story.

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If you can teach yourself to always believe in yourself, that’s the key to success

Avalon Biddle, the first woman to win the New Zealand 600 Supersport motorcycling title