Brad Swallow SUPERBIKE


Dus gained his love for speed from riding motorcycles at a young age, racing in
the Australian Superbike series through the 90's. Never too far away from the
sport, Dus is now excited to give back to the sport and support young upcoming
talent. DUSPEED is proud to announce their sponsorship of Brad Swallow in the
FX600 Superbike series. Brad is an extremely talented 16yr old, embarking on
his first year on a track bike, making his mark on the sport today. Now based
in Newcastle NSW, Brad has been riding since he was six yrs old, and has forged
himself an outstanding junior career in Motocross and Road Racing Championships.
DUSPEED wish Brad all the success and and are thrilled to be involved.

Brad's Junior Record

2010 TERRA NT Road Race Titles 70cc 2nd
2010 Katherine NT Club Champion , 1st 85cc & 250cc
2009 Australian Junior Motocross Titles 65cc, 4th
2009 NT State Titles 1st 65cc & 85cc Natural Terrain and Motocross
2008 Australian Metrakit 70cc JNR Road Racing Championship, 4th
2006 Katherine NT Club Champion 65cc

2008 Pontiac G8/GT limited ignition orange. Build backed by GM/Holden .

Build was to pay tribute to the V8 Supercar series that was gracious enough to bring their awesome racing to the USA.

Custom Wrap
Duspeed OTR CAI
Custom painted engine cover/fuse cover
HSD Coilover Suspension
Bravaria BC10 Wheels 20x8.5
Iperformance racing seats, harnesses, gauges US Speedo gauge cluster Custom harness bar Brembo front brakes DBA rotors Custom powder coated parts Spyder headlights, tail lights Megan Racing Spoiler Superchips Tune Custom Exhaust


Luke Mitchell started racing motocross at the age of 4 and by the time he was 7 he was on the LEM Australia Factory team which was operated by Troy Corser agencies. At 9 Luke had an accident which sliced his right wrist requiring several hours of micro surgery. After recovery Luke continued to race motocross, but experienced pain in his right wrist when hit by roost so he decided to try road racing in 2008. Luke continued Road Racing until 2011 when he took some time off whilst the family cared for his grandmother throughout a terminal illness. After 3 years Luke returned to the track in 2014 on a Yamaha R6 in the Supersport 600.