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Kiwi motorcyclist Avalon Biddle creates history, becomes first woman to win NZ 600cc title

Rangiora motorcyclist Avalon Biddle has created history, becoming the first woman to win the New Zealand Supersport 600 national title in Taupō.

The 26-year-old wrapped up the historic win earlier this month with a race to spare.

"To achieve the same things as my heroes did, is something really special to me," said Biddle.

The Kawasaki rider's 29-point buffer saw her crowned the national champion, with the luxury of not needing to ride in the final round.

Biddle's partner Jake Lewis won the national championship last year.

"My partner Jake won it in 2018, I was happy for him but I finished third," said Biddle.

"Definitely wanted to win one myself and it's cool for us to have back-to-back New Zealand championship trophies in the household."

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    The 26-year-old’s 29-point buffer saw her crowned the national champion, with the luxury of not having to race in the final round. Source: 1 NEWS


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