Graham Noyce

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Graham Noyce
Nationality United Kingdom British
Born c. 1955 (age 59–60)
Motocross career
Years active 1970s
Teams Honda
Championships 500cc- 1979
Wins 6

Graham Noyce (born c. 1955) is a former motocross world champion from Hampshire, England.

In 1979, Noyce claimed the F.I.M. 500cc motocross world championship by defeating a strong field of riders that included his Honda teammate, André Malherbe, as well as Roger De Coster and Gerrit Wolsink riding for Suzuki, Brad Lackey with Kawasaki and Heikki Mikkola with Yamaha.[1] He became the first British rider since Jeff Smith to win a 500cc motocross world championship.[2][3]

He was still competing in 2007, winning the over 50 race at Polesworth.[4]


Preceded by
Heikki Mikkola
F.I.M. 500cc Motocross World Champion
Succeeded by
André Malherbe