Brett Scruse - Profile

Brett Scruse began racing in 1981 and is still racing today. Brett's first state title was at the age of 14 and he won his First National title at Nerang 1996 (elite cruiser) Since then, he has won a total of 13 national titles. In 2003 Brett won his first World Title in Perth and then a second World Title eluded him until 2016 where he grabbed another in Colombia. Brett has represented Australia a number of times both here and overseas (New Zealand / UK / Colombia) and has also raced in the USA. According to Brett, BMX has allowed him to travel to some amazing places and meet some awesome people.

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Brett began coaching at just 16 and has a long career helping others reach their potential in the sport of BMX.  Brett has played an active role in many club and Regional committees and has even contributed to track design for clubs in Sydney.

During the long time Brett has spent in the sport of BMX, he has raced against many of the top riders in this country. He notes top Pro Riders such as Darren May , Tim Ward , Bill Dixon , Glen Fiest and Sean Dwight as some of his toughest competitors. Highlights? Each achievement holds a special place, but like many people who have grown up with BMX, Brett reflects on the places, opportunities and the friends he has made along the way as the biggest highlight.

1996 National Team - UK
Number 96
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World Champion 2016
Giving back
First trophy
State Titles age 14

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