Peter Broxholme

Botany Honda Motorcycles are proud to support international motocross racer Peter Broxholme (Broxy).  Peter has been racing for Team Honda since the age of 16 having first ridden a bike three years earlier. He has won competitions around the world and continues to race at a professional level. Alongside this, Peter shares his passion for the sport with others through his rider coaching sessions to help other riders be the best they can be.

See below the chart for Peter’s latest race news.


AGE: 30
DATE OF BIRTH 27/01/1982
NICKNAME Broxy
HOME TOWN: Tauranga
HOBBIES: Hunting
WHAT OTHER SPORTS DO YOU GET INTO?: Wakeboarding, snow bikes, mountain biking
WHAT BIKE DO YOU RIDE?: 2013 CRF250R
BIGGEST CRASH?: Casing out the quad jump at New Plymouth nationals 2005
NUMBER OF BROKEN BONES?: 9
LATEST TRICK/S?: Becoming the third person in NZ to back flip to dirt
BEST RACE: Winning the Asia Pacific champs in Sugo, Japan
WHAT MUSIC DO YOU LISTEN TO?: Christian
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Getting married, buying my first home & becoming a father
WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN NOT RIDING?: Coaching others on how to improve their riding
EXERCISE: Mountain biking, running up Mount Maunganui and Motos
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN RIDING?: 16 years
GREATEST CHALLENGE: Racing in Europe for two months

 

Updates

Broxy's DRD article

Read Peter's fab article in the April 2013 issue of DRD. ... Read More

2013 MX Nationals Rd 2 Patetonga

Temperatures soaring above 30 degrees, a fast and challenging track. This is where preparation comes to light and it seemed Kieran and I were lacking. My mistake came in qualifying, pushing too hard before I had found my groove meant I wasn’t able to get up to pace, qualifying in 8th position with Kieran in 7th.Unable to line up near the starting box, I was only able to manage starts around 6th or seventh place in all three races. That would have been... Read More

Tropical Summer Cross

With the biggest entry list I think any MX event has seen in a few years, the 2012 Summercross rounded off the year like none other. It also ended up under water, but not without delivering the action in a big way both in the dry and the wet. On a hot Saturday the junior and women classes duked it out on a challenging track still holding on to the remnants of the last weeks rain. Ruts and holes got... Read More



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