Shanaze Reade Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband, Family, Net Worth

Shanaze Reade is a British former bicycle motocross (BMX) racer and track cyclist whose prime competitive years began in 2002. She has won the UCI BMX World Championships three times. Reade is the daughter of a Jamaican father and an Irish mother.

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Shanaze Reade Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 23 September 1988
Birth Day 23 September
Birth Years 1988
Age 32 years old
Birth Place Crewe, Cheshire, United Kingdom
Birth City Cheshire
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality British
Famous As Athlete
Also Known for Athlete
Zodiac Sign Libra
Occupation Athlete

Famously known by the Family name Shanaze Danielle Reade, is a great Athlete. She was born on 23 September 1988, in Crewe, Cheshire, United Kingdom. Cheshire is a beautiful and populous city located in Crewe, Cheshire, United Kingdom United Kingdom.

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Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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In April 2017 Reade announced her retirement from competition. After her retirement she became a fitness coach. However, in August 2018 she returned to training at British Cycling, after being invited several times by performance director Stephen Park. In a January 2019 interview, Reade explained that she was returning to competition for “closure” after feeling that her physical and mental condition were sub-optimal at the time of her retirement, adding that she was now treating the sport as a hobby and not accepting funding for her cycling. That month she won the British National Team Sprint Championships alongside Blaine Ridge-Davis – her first national title in any discipline.


She is the daughter of single mother Joanna Reade. Shanaze has a younger brother and sister. She has been in a relationship with her girlfriend Amanda Barker since 2016.


In April 2015 it was announced that Reade was re-joining the Great Britain track squad after a period based in the United States competing in BMX. Subsequently, in August 2015 the Madison Genesis team announced that Reade would ride for them during the 2015–16 track cycling season as part of her preparation for the 2016 Summer Olympics.


Reade again represented Great Britain in the women’s BMX event for the London 2012 Olympics. Having placed first, second and first in the three heat semi-final she finished a disappointing sixth in the final.


On 16 March 2009, Reade was selected in the British squad for the World Track Cycling Championships in Pruszków, Poland, where she once again competed alongside Victoria Pendleton in the Women’s Sprint and Team Sprint events. In 2009 however Reade and Pendleton failed to retain their team crown, winning only a silver after losing out to Kaarle McCulloch and Anna Meares of Australia. Reade was philosophical after this setback telling BBC Sport “I did the best possible ride I could do on the day so I’m really happy.”


Reade is still active in track racing but concentrated on BMX for the event’s first inclusion in the Olympic Games in 2008. Having successfully defended her crown at the 2008 world championships, Reade was named the sole woman member of the United Kingdom BMX Olympic team by British Cycling on 9 July 2008. She was the favourite to win the gold medal in the women’s BMX event.


Her BMX victories at junior level include three World, eight European and five British BMX championships. Reade is also a champion track racer, riding on Velodromes. In July 2007 she became the Women’s Senior UCI BMX World Champion and at the 2007 UCI Track World Championships, she won the gold in the women’s team sprint with Victoria Pendleton. It was only her second track race ever. Not only was she the first ever to win a track championship in her rookie year, she completed the feat after only six weeks of training. She had originally taken up the sport to keep her fit for BMX competition.

Reade started track racing on 24 February 2007, her first ever competition on the velodrome was in the Manchester round of the 2006–2007 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics. She took second place with Anna Blyth in the Team Sprint in a time of 34.294 seconds. The Gold Medal winning Dutch team of Yvonne Hijgenaar and Willy Kanis’ time was 33.966 seconds. Like Reade, Kanis is also a champion BMX racer. Reade and Blyth’s qualifying time was the fastest of the event at 33.802 seconds. In the final round, the Dutch team made a false start, however, Reade didn’t notice the call back to the start and completed a lap at full sprint. In a post race interview, Reade said:

This success in Velodrome racing follows the example of the former professional BMX racer, Jamie Staff, who had a successful career both in Velodrome track racing and BMX racing. At the 2008 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Manchester, she again won the gold in the women’s team sprint with Pendleton. Reade was named one of the “Magnificent 7” by the Daily Mail in 2005, and on 20 November 2007 Reade was named The Sunday Times Young Sportswoman of the Year.


Known for her power, she developed her strength racing against boys and older amateurs, including men up to the present time. She won her first professional race in the Girls Pro at the American Bicycle Association (ABA) Winternationals in Phoenix, Arizona on 1 April 2006. She also won the following day. In 2006, she became British National No.1 in 19 & Over Elite Men after racing the National series with men all year, despite being only 17 at the time, 1.72 metres tall and 76 kg.

In June 2006, Reade broke a metatarsal bone in practice. Her first race back was the 2006 European Championships where she competed only in the last two race events before the final Event. The cast came off four days before the European Championships Final Event.

She won the World Championships in Brazil in August 2006 despite an earlier injury to her foot.


In 2005, she raced the National series with the men all year, despite being only 17 years old. She commented on racing against men in a Descent World interview:

Reade fractured her knee two weeks before the UCI World Championships in July 2005 at a national event in England. She raced the World Championships with her knee wrapped up and on pain killers but crashed in the quarter finals.


Reade began racing in 1998 at the age of 10, at Tipkinder Park in Crewe. A local track operator named Bob Field, whose son also raced at the time, became her mentor. She was influenced by BMX professional racer, Jamie Staff, who was also from Crewe and raced at Reade’s home track before Reade’s career and during its early stages. She was previously a Track & Field enthusiast but apparently got bored with 100-metre sprint running and the Shot Put after five years in those sports before discovering BMX.


Shanaze Danielle Reade (born 23 September 1988 in Crewe, Cheshire, United Kingdom) is a British Bicycle Motocross (BMX) racer and track cyclist whose prime competitive years began in 2002. She has won the UCI BMX World Championships three times. Reade is the daughter of a Jamaican father and an Irish mother.