Phiri Boys

This is where biker passion lives! This is where you will feel your heart racing and your ears drumming. Pure adrenalin. Motocross and Superbike riding is not for the faint-hearted, but for those with guts and a love for excitement and close competition. If you can’t ride, you can watch, but be ready for action and lots of fun out on the tracks on race day. You are never too old to learn new tricks and more of what you already know. Crashes might happen, but you just get up, dust off and get on again.

107 races
34 wins
62 podiums


I am Oratilwe, or Ora as my family and friends call me. You can too. I’ve lived on the West Rand all my life. I am passionate about Motocross and Superbike riding, you can say I have racing in my blood. I aspire to race nationally and hopefully one day you will see me ride in the Redbull Rookies Cup in Spain. I’ve won all the MotoKids races for two years in a row and I was the champion in my second year of racing.

I was one of the lucky ones to take part in the opening of the 3rd annual South African Bike Festival at the Kyalami race track. My little brother shared the experience with me. I believe in fair racing. Act with integrity. I love the adrenalin rush of crazy race starts. There’s nothing like it. I am grateful for my parents who supported me all throughout my short racing career. I will go far with them at my back.

Yes, all these sentences start with ‘I’. It’s because it’s about me! You can have a look at my social media profiles below:

56 races
13 wins
38 podiums


My name is Amohelang Phiri, Amo for short and I reside in West Rand with my family.

Over the past few years, I have watched and observed as my brother made his way through the world of bike racing, and it is safe to say I have fallen in love with the sport myself. I have grown a passion and love for superbike racing, so like my brother would say, racing is in our blood, it runs in the family.

My biggest aspiration is to see myself racing on the tracks in Spain in the Redbull Rookies cup and to become an international racer. I am proud to say that I have come this far through the support of my family, and for that I continue to be grateful.

I was very lucky to be a part of the opening of the 3rd annual South African Bike Festival at the Kyalami race track, and what made it extra special was that I got to share that experience with my mentor and brother. I look forward to many more experiences to come.

There’s much more coverage of me in action on my social pages below, check them out: