With the U16’s 250cc Speedway Championship kicking off this Saturday 19th January at Ipswich Switches Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club, Queensland, it’s time to look to the seeded line-up and set your sights on the talent. Bailey Viner, a Camp Mountain local and a fan favourite across the sunny Queensland state, is one of the 13 seeded riders and a major contender for this weekend’s 2019 title! Viner spoke with Motorcycling Australia to give his fans an insight into what he can’t live without and his hobbies outside of Speedway.


Bailey Viner



Bike Colours:

Black, Green, Grey and Yellow


DVR Metal Industries, KODE Remotes, GWB Machine Tools, LAR, STE, Poppy & Didi, Grandma & Grandad and MDH


Camp Mountain, Queensland

Summary of family history in the sport?

Dad raced speedway in the late 90’s/early 00’s

Home track in Australia?

Ipswich, Queensland


Bailey Viner pictured far right


How many years riding?

7 years

Career highlights?

Competing in 2017 FIM Speedway Youth World Championship  250cc


Leigh Adams, Greg Hancock

What is your current training process?

Mountain Biking

If you weren’t racing, what would you be doing?

Mountain Biking

What can’t you live without?


Tell us something we don’t know about you!

I’m already taller than my parents


Mountain Biking, Riding Scooters, Playing Playstation


You can follow Bailey’s Speedway adventures via Facebook by following Viner Racing!