Australian Supercross Champion Troy Carroll

Australian Supercross Champion Troy Carroll

Australian Supercross Champion Troy Carroll

2005 Troy Carroll Supercross
Australian Motocross Champion Troy Carroll - By Peter Coward
Two-times Australian 250cc Supercross Champion Troy Carroll

Photos: [left] In 2005, Queenslander Troy Carroll won back-to-back Australian Open Pro Supercross and Masters series; [centre] Carroll, racing motocross (By Peter Coward) and a portrait  in his final years of a career that spanned two decades.

Australian Supercross Masters and National Champion Troy Carroll

Troy Carroll, from Toowoomba in Queensland, was one of Australia’s top motocross and supercross riders in the 1990s and 2000s.

After winning 12 junior national titles, Troy turned professional in the senior ranks for the 1996 season, where he won the Australian 125cc Supercross Championship in his first attempt at just 16.  

He and his younger brother Quentin started racing junior motocross at an early age, with the brothers winning multiple National junior titles between them.

In 1997, Troy won back-to-back 125cc Supercross titles aboard a Honda, also claiming his first of three Australian Motocross Championships that year before later switching to Yamaha.

That year he also competed in the United States and was a member of the Australian Team at the Motocross des Nations in Nismes, Belgium, along-side the late Andrew McFarlane and Cameron Taylor.

In 2003 Troy won back-to-back Australian 125cc/Pro Lites Supercross Championships and the premier Supercross Masters series in this class, returning briefly to the United States to compete in the Indianapolis and Atlanta rounds in the 2003 AMA 125ESX Championship.

Troy then moved up into the Pro Open class and went on to win the 2004 and 2005 Australian Championships and Supercross Masters titles.

Troy’s final competitive race was on a Kawasaki KX450F in 2009, after badly breaking his shoulder the year before.

Throughout his career, which spanned two decades, Troy  won three National Motocross, six Supercross and three Thumper Nats Championships.  

His name became synonymous with Australian junior and senior motocross before going on in 2010 to manage the Kawasaki Racing Team for seven years through to 2017, when he established his own trucking company.

The year before his retirement as race manager, in 2016 for his outstanding career achievements, Troy Carroll was inducted into the Australian Supercross Championship Hall of Fame at round 2 of the National titles in Toowoomba, his home town.

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Troy and Quentin Carroll racing junior Motocross in Toowoomba Queensland

Troy Carroll and younger brother Quentin raced junior Motocross, winning multiple National titles

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2016 - Troy Carroll welcomed into Australian Supercross Hall of Fame
Australian Motocross Champion Troy Carroll - Team Kawasaki Manager

Photos: [left] In 2016 Troy Carroll was welcomed into Australian Supercross Hall of Fame in his home  town of Toowoomba (By courtesy ADB); and [right]  After racing, Troy became Team Kawasaki Manager, a role he held between 2010 and 2017 (By Peter Coward).

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