Just outside a small town in Florida, USA is a complex which features a little house, two supercross tracks, a motocross track, a karting track, and two race workshops.

The complex belongs to Australian motocross/supercross rider Chad Reed, but not for long – it’s for sale.

Located about an hour west of Orlando (and next to the delightfully named Green Swamp Wilderness Reserve) is the complex which Reed calls his “ideal dreamland”.

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In an announcement on Instagram – which is apparently how things are done in 2018 – Reed says he’s accepting inquiries from those interesting in purchasing the property, which covers a pretty respectable 63 acres.

The motocross track, two supercross tracks, structures, and kart track take up less than half the total area on the property.

Included with the property are a water truck, a dozer, a bobcat, and a tractor plus “all the attachments,” meaning you could create your own track if you’re not so into dirt bikes, or alter the existing ones if you’ve got the know-how. Three four-stroke karts are also part of the deal.

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The two workshops are also fully-fitted out; one’s a race shop (we assume for the bikes) with a bathroom and TV room, the other’s a garage for a boat or caravan, with a kart workshop.

Oh, and the house is there too. That has two bedrooms and a bathroom, but how much time would you really spend inside?

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Reed has previously ‘put out feelers’ to gauge interest in the property in recent years, as per an Instgram post (below) from April 2016.

 

Chad Reed, who has become synonymous with his racing number 22, has competed in more than 200 international supercross events and has become Australia’s most recognisable and successful dirt bike racers.

He’s been the Australian Supercross Champion four times, in 1999, 2000, 2008 and 2009, as well as taking out two AMA (American Motorcyclist Association) Supercross Championships in 2004 and 2008. He’s the only Australian former AMA Supercross Champion, and one of only 21 in history to hold the honour.

Source: Whichcar

November 6, 2018