Claimed five overall wins en-route to his first AMA 450cc Motocross Championship. During the Supercross season won three times and had 16 podium finishes ending the season second in the standings.
Won his second career AMA Supercross Championship with nine wins and an additional four podiums Reed did not race any of the AMA Motocross events. Represented Team Australia at the Motocross of Nations.
Reed collected 15 podium finishes in AMA Supercross competition including one win. Also earned a podium finish in his only AMA Motocross start at Budds Creek, Md.
Finished third in the AMA Supercross standings after collecting 14 podium finishes including two wins. Injury cut short his AMA Motocross season after he earned six podium finishes.
Earned five wins and an additional nine podium finishes to finish second in the AMA Supercross standings. He also raced a limited schedule in the AMA Motocross Series earning five podium finishes.
Claimed the AMA Supercross Championship with 10 wins and a total of 16 podium finishes during the 16 race season Finished runner-up in the AMA Motorcross Series with 10 podium finishes in 12 races. Also won the U.S. Open.
2001 – 2003
Raced for factory Kawasaki in the World Championship earning one win in 2001 before changing teams and coming to America. Won the 2002 AMA Supercross Lites Eastern Region Championship winning six of seven races. In 2003 he moved up to the Supercross class and finished second in the standings with eight wins and a total of 14 podium finishes.
SX Lites: 1 (2002 East)
SX: 2 (2004, ‘08)
MX: 1 (2009)
SX Lites: 6
MX 250cc: 1
MX 450cc: 5