We are delighted to announce that 1979 Motocross World Champion Graham Noyce will be attending the World Vets Motocross event at Farleigh Castle in August. So, here’s your chance to meet another motocross great.

Graham Noyce is a legendary figure in the world of motocross, having been a star of the sport during the 1970s and 1980s. Born on January 11, 1955, in Kent, England, Noyce began his career in motocross at a young age and quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with on the track.

Noyce’s breakthrough came in 1979 when he won the 500cc Motocross World Championship, becoming the first British rider to win a 500cc motocross world championship since Jeff Smith won the title in 1965. Over the course of his career, Noyce won numerous races and championships, including the British Motocross Championship and the Trans-AMA Series in the United States. He was known for his aggressive riding style and incredible skill on the bike, which earned him a legion of fans around the world.

Despite suffering a serious injury in 1983 that forced him to retire from racing at the age of 28, Noyce continued to be involved in the sport as a team manager and coach. He was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2000 and remains a respected figure in the motocross community to this day.