Chad Reed on his supercross comeback!

Chad Reed is IN for the three round world supercross championship and says retirement is overrated!

The Aussie has been busy helping his kids in the sport but has been riding himself and also showed competitive speed at the Paris supercross last year.

Now, with a three rounds World Supercross Championship that will see Reed race back in Melbourne in front of his home fans, the Australian legend has been pulled back into competing at a high level and will go against the like of Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, Justin Brayton and more.

Reed said on social media: “Let’s go racing! Retirement is overrated. I’m keen to have some fun on supercross again.”

The WSX press release said of Reed: “Australian & Global supercross superstar, Chad Reed, has been confirmed to come out of retirement to challenge for his third FIM World Supercross Championship title, in the premier WSX (450cc) category. Chad Reed joins the well-established American supercross operation, MDK Motorsports.

The Australian Champion will join a star-studded field of world-class riders including current World number two, German, Ken Roczen, World number ten Justin Brayton, Vince Friese, Cole Seely and more from the USA, with the UK’s best Dean Wilson (Scotland) and Max Anstie (Britain), going head-to-head with the remaining field made up of riders from France, Italy, Brazil and more.”