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Colin Edwards Wiki/Biography
Colin Edwards II was born on the 27th February 1974, in Conroe, Texas, USA, and is a retired professional motorcycle racer who, as the ‘Texas Tornado’, is best known for being a two-time Superbike World Championship winner.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this decorated motorcycle driver has accumulated so far? How rich Colin Edwards is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Colin Edwards’ net worth, as of late 2017, revolves around the sum of $10 million, acquired through his professional racing career which was active between 1992 and 2014.
Colin Edwards Net Worth $10 million
Colin grew up in Houston, Texas, and besides American is also of Australian descent through his father. While still a toddler, he was introduced to the world of motosport by his father who was motorcycle enthusiast and an amateur racer – at the age of just four, Colin competed in his first motocross race. In the course of the next decade, he honed his skills and soon was ranked among the top junior motocross racers in the country, stringing victories one after another in both 50cc as well as 80cc category. In 1991, he entered local amateur road-racing events, steadily forwarding to national level competitions.
In 1992, Edwards signed a sponsorship deal with the South West Motorsports, turning pro and in his debut season won the AMA 250cc National Series title. In 1995 he joined the Yamaha team in the Superbike World Championship, while in 1996 alongside Noriyuki Haga, Edwards won the Suzuka 8 Hours event. During 1997 he was forced to take a break from competing due to a series of injuries, but after recovering he teamed up with Honda, and in 2000 won his first Superbike World Championship title. In 2001 and 2002 he won another two Suzuka 8 Hours titles, while in the 2002 season he added one more Superbike World Championship title to his professional portfolio. All these accomplishments certainly helped Colin Edwards to add a significant sum to the size of his net worth.
In 2003, he transferred to MotoGP, debuting for the Aprilia team. After riding for the Telefonica Movistar Honda team in 2004, in 2005 Edwards joined the Yamaha factory team, riding alongside many times champion Valentino Rossi, where he stayed ’til 2014. In April 2014, Colin Edwards officially announced his retirement from MotoGP, finishing his professional motorcycle racing career with 175 races in the Superbike World Championship as well as 196 races in the MotoGP series. Doubtlessly, all these engagements dramatically boosted Colin Edwards’s wealth by a large margin.
Since his retirement from professional racing, Edwards has been serving as Yamaha and Michelin’s test rider. Apart from all those already mentioned above, he is also the founder and the owner of The Colin Edwards Texas Tornado Boot Camp, a 20-acre top class motorcycle training facility which provides a wide range of courses, training programs and events. It is certain that the latter venture has helped Colin Edwards to further increase the total of his net worth.
When it comes to his personal life, Colin has been married to Alyssia since 1999, with whom he has welcomed two children. With his family, he currently resides in his home town of Conroe, Texas.
|Full Name||Colin Edwards|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||February 27, 1974|
|Died||February 16, 2013, Georgetown, Guyana|
|Place Of Birth||Conroe, Texas, United States|
|Parents||Colin Edwards Sr.|
|Movies||Fastest, 2001 World Superbike Review|
|1||Competing in Moto GP with a estimated 220 horsepower Camel Yamaha YZR-M1 capable of +320kmh/200mph |
|2||Australian-born father, Colin Edwards Sr, also raced motorcycles.|
|3||Started riding at the age of 3.|
|4||Top US amateur through his early Motocross career.|
|5||Made a successful switch to road racing at 16 in a amateur series.|
|6||Turned pro for the 1992 season.|
|7||1996 became part of the youngest pair in history to win the Suzuka Eight-Hour.|
|8||Team-mate to Moto GP Superstar Valentino Rossi since 2005.|
|9||2002 World Superbike Champion.|
|10||2002 Suzuka 8 Hour Endurance Race.|
|11||2001 Suzuka 8 Hour Endurance Race.|
|12||2000 World Superbike Champion.|
|13||1996 Suzuka 8 Hour Endurance Race.|
|14||1992 AMA 250cc Champion.|
|15||Currently races under the #5.|
|16||In his spare time plays golf, snowboarding and Motocross.|
|17||Won a record eight national titles in the WERA/GNF meeting at Road Atlanta.|
|18||Went though an amateur career within the AMA/CCS Race of Champions at Daytona winning a record five national titles.|
|Texas Tornado's Baja 1000||2015||TV Movie||Himself|
|The Doctor, the Tornado and the Kentucky Kid||2006||Video documentary||Himself|