In 2000, Reed won the Australian Supercross Championship. In 2001, he planned to conquer Europe by riding for Jan DeGroot’s factory Kawasaki team and won the Grand Prix of Lierop aboard his KX250. He finished the year in second place.
Wanting to conquer the world’s premiere series, Reed moved to America and rode for Yamaha of Troy. He won all except two Supercrosses that season, as well as the East Coast Championship, placing him in third that season.
In 2004, Reed won 10 main events in the Supercross, making him the AMA Supercross Champion. The following year, he won his first National moto. Suffering from a shoulder injury, Reed withdrew from the AMA Nationals but continued to hold second place in the points standings.
In 2007, Reed left the factory Yamaha team to form his own private team, L&M Racing, backed by Yamaha, The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, Thor and Nike. The new team had one of the best openings in the history of the sport, as Reed won the first round of World SX competition in Toronto.
In 2008, Reed won the AMA Supercross title again. In August that year, American Suzuki Motor Corporation announced that a Chad Reed appearance will become a regular for the Rockstar Makita Suzuki factory race team in 2009 for the AMA Supercross series and other events.
**Chad Reed Speaker**
In addition to discussing his on-tour success, a Chad Reed speaker appearance can have him talk about his experience with overcoming injuries and giving his best despite the difficulties they bring.
**Chad Reed Appearance**
As one of the premier names in Supercross, A Chad Reed appearance will appeal to even the most casual of Supercross fans.
**Chad Reed Endorsement**
A Chad Reed endorsement brings to your company’s brand the same endurance, will power, and determination that Chad shows on the track.