Luke Madill - Profile

Luke Madill has had a BMX career spanning across 4 decades. Luke began racing when he was just 3 years old, and still competes today. Luke was a dominant force both nationally and internationally and was amongst our first ever BMX Olympians particiapting at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Luke is currently the Development Academy Coach and is a highly sought after private coach, with access to his very own Pro BMX Supercross Track (LMX). Luke has appeared on National Televsion featuring on Channel 7 Sunrise, Channel 9 Wide World Of Sports and Fox Sports. With a host of State, National and World Titles to his name, Luke is also the only rider to be awarded Life Membership of BMX Australia - the highest award that can be bestowed.

Lukes fondest memories include winning his first ever ProAm title which he describes as "every kid bmxers dream". He has made lifelong friends during his time in the sport and competing at the Olympics was a significant hilghlight.

In Detail

Name: Luke Madill

Born: 1980

Year Started Racing BMX: 1983

Clubs and Affiliations: LMX, Penrith (30 years-life member) 

Career Highlights:
2008 Beijing Olympian
3 x National Champion
4 x World Champion
Winter X Games Gold MTB
2 x Cycling Australia BMX Cyclist of the Year 
BMX Australia Life Member
BMXNSW Life Member 

1988 - RRR
1989 - MCS
1991 - GT
1992 - Champion Cycles
1997 - Powerlite
2000 - Norco
2004 - GT
2010 - Speedco
2012 - DK
2014 - GT

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