Jonny Walker has been riding since the age of nine. He began by competing in the British Schoolboy Trials Championship, which he won twice, and maintained a top three ranking until he was 17. Jonny was also the youngest ever winner of The Pinhard Prize, an accolade awarded to under 21s who are deemed to be the highest achievers.
In 2008 and 2009 Jonny competed in the European and Junior World Trials Championships but, after several years in Trials, he hankered after a different challenge. Buying his first motocross bike led him to try the sport of Enduro, after a friend suggested he should have a go.
Despite being thrown thrown right in at the deep end in his first full Enduro season, he enjoyed considerable success. He had great first-time performances in the World Indoor Cup, Hell’s Gate and the British Enduro Championship, where he invariably finished in the top five until he inevitably topped the podium.
Despite his age, Jonny's ambition to become a full time professional rider and challenge the elite has earned him great respect and admiration amongst his fans and fellow riders alike, as well as quite a few titles.Read more