Bullet has been an ATV nut for most of his life and certainly has a wide range of experiences under his belt, including some pretty weird stuff.
From Quad riding in Antarctica, to being the smallest capacity machine to ever complete the Finke Desert Race in 2007 (TRX 90 kid’s Quad, modified to 113cc). Then returning in 2008 to do the opposite, being the highest ever ranked 4x4 quad in 7th place on the big Renegade 800X (detuned to 730cc). He won the 2007 Jumbo Juniors class at the National Championships, got the 1st ever MX race win on a 4x4 quad in Australia, Crossed the Simpson Desert by quad and landed 1st place in QRASA MX Season on a Production class DS450X. In 2008, He achieved the quad lap record at Gillman Speedway, came 2nd in Australasian Safari, and was the Victorian Vets State MX Champ.
2009 saw a bigger list of racing achievement on the Awesome DS450X MX and 800 Outlander which all added up to Bullet being the QRASA Club Champion as well as landing the highest individual podium count for the Can-Am X Team.
He’ll still be the front man for 47industries movies and will always be looking for something unique to do on 4 wheels… And in 2010… on 3 wheels with the Can-Am Spyder Roadster. Bullet will continue to provide a technical and racing perspective to marketing support for BRP’s National Field Day program. On top of that lot, he’ll also be providing ATV coaching services through the 47industries Coaching Clinics (run by partner Lisa).
Bullet will continue to be heavily involved in Can-am’s race development, and will often be found in Quad Squad’s engineering shop getting stuck into the high tech research work with long time sponsor Adam Siemensma.
2010 will be a busy one, so he’s going to have to rely more heavily on his X Team Mates kicking the goals on the race track.
Bullet says “We’ve got a lot of great talent on the X Team now, and some young blokes with heaps of potential. I’m really looking forward to supporting the team and helping out at anything that makes us faster.”