Motorcycling Australia to introduce EZILIFT MXW Racing Academy

The EZILIFT MXW Podium, Gillman 2022

Motorcycling Australia has announced an advanced women’s motocross racing academy that will take place at the final ProMX round in Coolum, QLD.

The goal of this initiative is to increase the value and improve the skills and results of female ProMX competitors while encouraging female state level competitors to participate and commit to a ProMX MXW season with the support of the program.

The program will offer an advanced level coaching and mentoring program for ProMX MXW competitors that will cover many aspects of advanced motocross practice, covering things like introduction to the ProMX paddock, track rides, talks with professional coaches and riders, technical discussions and racing mindset. .

As the program comes to full fruition in 2023, Motorcycling Australia and committed stakeholders will look to launch this program at the final in Coolum, Queensland on Friday 19 August.

Photo of Womans ProMX motocross rider Charli Cannon
Charli Cannon, leader of the ProMX women’s championship, will be an ambassador.

Intro Day Program for EZILIFT MXW Racing Academy

  • Friday, August 19, Coolum QLD from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Introduction to the EZILIFT MXW Racing Academy.
  • Accompaniment and coaching by pro riders.
  • Walk on track in group.
  • Presentations by team leaders, as well as visits to factory trucks.
  • Information on best practices for Kate Peck on personal branding, social media and sponsorship.

Competitors ProMX MXW Emma Milesevic and Charlie Canon are overseas as ambassadors and support ProMX riders and coaches Todd Waters, Brett Metcalfeand team leader Kyle Blunden.

MA personality, facilitator and mentor Kate Peck will help organize the academy and offer practical guidance on media and sponsorship training to complement the Ezilift MXW Racing Academy.

Pierre Doyle, CEO, Motorcycling Australia. “This program is another great initiative to get more women into sport. It was designed and developed by women for women and has the support of the entire industry.

“It’s great to have people like Emma (Milesevic) and Charli (Cannon) doing well and carrying the flag of the MXW class. But for the EZILIFT MXW class to flourish, we also want to see more of competitors at the starting gates This is both a short and long term goal.

“The EZILIFT MXW Racing Academy not only seeks to enhance the skills and outlook of those already racing – and those on the fringes – but to help pave the way for the next wave of MXW superstars”

Women's motocross rider Emma Milesevic
Emma Milesevic, a long-time women’s motocross and off-road competitor, will be an ambassador.

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