Full name: Michael Dyer
Career Record with Cradley
[Taken from the Cradley Speedway Riders Database including all matches]
Dyer first rode at Nepean, near Sydney, in
his homeland late in 2007. He was to show plenty of potential and made
rapid strides before catching the eye when he represented New South
Wales in the annual series of matches versus Queensland in 2010. The
first of these occurred at Moranbah, North Queensland on 21 May, when
the opening meeting was the first for speedway bikes at the venue for
twelve years and the first appearance of the NSW team at the track for
thirty-one years. In fact, the last previous time NSW had raced on the
circuit their team had comprised the likes of Dave Mills, Ricky Day,
Carl Askew and Wayne Forrest.
|The following month he made the long journey to England and took his
first laps on a British track at Stoke on 21 June, when he joined the
Dudley squad for a practice session arranged by former Cradley riders
Mark Robinson and Anthony Boyd. Having impressed on the Loomer Road
strip, it was announced two days later that the Aussie had joined the
Heathens as a replacement for James Sarjeant.
His best scores for Dudley were against Isle of Wight in July with 10 and 3 bonus from 5 rides and August against Rye House with 12 points from 5 rides in September against Buxton 12 points from 5 rdes.
Micky joined Edinburgh in the Premier League for the start of the 2012 season
and rode for them until the end of July - he rode 24 matches for 89 points
and 19 bonus average of 4.08.
In 2013 Micky doubled with Redcar in the Premier League for 36 matches and an average of 8.29 and Poole in the Elite League for 14 matches and an average of 3.86
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