Mick Brady

 Associate Member Since: 2004

2008 Toodyay for lunch


L plates on his BSA Bantam

Brady/Dillon family (with Jaroslav Falta – Wandering 2008)

Current grade you usually race (eg: A, B, C, Over 55, Sidecars)
No longer riding, now solely assist in an official capacity
Year you were born 1934
What type of job/industry have you been in most of your life Pattern maker/Rehabilitation officer/School Bus Driver
Age you started riding Age 18 – Trials whilst in British Army in Germany
Years of Competitive Racing 1951-1960 English Scrambles at various ACU centres, then committee member of Shepton Mallet LCC
Motor Cycle Club/s you’ve been a Member of -Midsomer Norton
-Shepton Mallet
(Both in England)
First bike/s you rode 1938 OK Supreme with 250 JAP Engine
Your current bike/s 1972 BSA B25
Rickman Montesa
Yamaha XJ 750
Your Motocross Highlights -Going out weekends riding trials or scrambles
-Being in Kickham trial with company such as Jeff Smith, Lampkin brothers, John Giles, Gordon Jackson
-Marshalling at Blandford Forum Road races held in an army camp. Mike Hailwood, John Surtees and Bob Foster competing
-Riding at Farleigh Castle. Grasstrack and scrambles
Most memorable (funny or painful) Motocross accident A vey muddy scramble at Taunton and dropping Theresa my wife in the mud
Your Motocross Hero (past or present) Jim Alves, George Fisher, John Giles
Family Motocross History Grandchildren Robert, Sarah, Hannah and Jason (Fred)
What are your favourite hobbies/interests outside of motocross Collecting models of past road transport
What made you join VMXWA When Robert became a senior from Juniors, and realising that as I had officials license I could help in this capacity as officials were badly needed.