Alongside teammate James Harrison, Neville Bradshaw rides for the Putoline Apico Honda team in the MX2 class of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship. He grew up in South Africa, and has represented his home country four times at the Motocross of Nations, but is currently based in the English town of Northampton.
HIs first major victory came in 2008 when he was crowned British Masters champion, and the following year he won the Red Bull Pro Nationals title. In the British Championship, he has performed consistently over the last few years, finishing fifth in MX2 in 2012 and third in 2013.
However, his biggest achievements to date have probably probably come indoors – in 2012 he became the British Supercross champion, riding for the Evotech Stevens Honda team on a CRF 250, and he has also done the business on the Garmin Arenacross Tour, finishing second in the 2013 Pro Championship behind Adam Chatfield, and sixth in 2014.
Famous for his incredible work ethic and professional approach, Neville remains on track to achieve his goal of winning the British Championship. He is also performing well in the new MX Nationals series – in round one at Culham in 2014, he put in a stunning performance to finish the weekend as the top MX2 rider and fourth overall amongst the bigger MX1 bikes.