Jemma Wilson is an ex-professional offroad motorcycle racer who competed Nationally and Internationally for over ten years. Jemma won eight State Championships, four Australian Offroad Championships, five Womens World Cup Team Championships and competed in the World Enduro GP’s as a privateer for five seasons.
“Racing enduro has given me so much. I was able to see not only this beautiful country of ours, but the world, make friends for life and accomplish things I never would have thought possible. Enduro racing taught me how to work hard for what I want, and realise that there is an entire world out there to explore and enjoy!”
Major Motorcycle Achievements:
5 x International 6 Day Enduro Women’s Cup World Champion
3 x International 6 Day Enduro Women’s individual podium
4 x Australian Offroad Championship Women’s Outright
8 x Queensland Women’s Enduro Champion
13 x Australia Offroad Championship Podiums
10 x Australian 4 Day Enduro Championship Podiums
8 x International 6 Day Enduro Women’s Cup Team
5 x World Enduro GP Rider
Level 2 Motorcycle Coach
Jemma has not only achieved her dreams in the world of Offroad Motorcycling; she’s also succeeded academically. Jemma completed a Bachelor of Laws at Queensland University of Technology in 2011, and has undertaken a Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning at Central Queensland University. She is also a High School Teacher, something that Jemma holds in extremely high regard on her list of accomplishments.
“Retiring in mid 2018 was a tough decision but after racing competitively for thirteen years, there was no magic left. Now, with all my wonderful events, I get to continue to enjoy my sport and share my passion with others.”
If you are interested in getting involved and working with Jemma at any Jemma Wilson Event, please contact us.
“Getting to an international level was hard work, and it would not even have been possible without the amazing support from my incredible sponsors. I still believe in these brands 100% and I am proud to continue to have their support as I move away from competitive racing and into teaching offroad and creating a womens dirtbiking community”.