Wauchope's Billy Hargy has pulled off an incredible feat by taking out the championship for the J2 Australian Off-Road series last weekend for the second year in row.
The 13-year-old has been on a bike since he was two years old, and racing since he was four.
Last year, he made his debut competing in the 12-15 year-old category, and took the crown from riders three years his senior.
Last weekend, Billy, who goes to Wauchope High School, won the 2019 J2 Australian Off-Road Championship, for the second consecutive year.
It was best over 11 rounds of racing, which took place in Toowoomba, Dungog, Kyogle, Broken Hill, Coonalpyn and finally Hedley in Victoria on September 14 and 15.
His father, Daniel said that this year, Billy fell off his bike and broke his thumb in Toowoomba back in the early rounds in March.
"He struggled because that meant he missed round two. It was a tough time, but he managed to claw back, and win the championships," he said.
The youngster does a lot of training at the local pool, pushbike riding and a lot of on-bike time. He eventually wants to pursue a career in his favourite sport.
"All our supporters and family are very proud of him," Mr Hargy said.
"Since March, we have had a lot of pressure on us to be dominant. In 10 rounds, he had nine first places and one third place."
Billy thanked his mum and dad, Jesse Jenkins, and his sponsors, Husqvarna Motorcycles Australia, Motorex Australia, Rock Motorcycles, Pro-Moto Suspension, PGA Rendering Pty Ltd, Pirelli, Incite Graphics and A & J Bricklaying.
In the J2 class, Billy finished 14-points ahead of Max Phillips and Campbell Hall who was 21-points down.
You can follow Billy on his Facebook page, Billy Hargy Racing #272
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