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Michael Coles (speedway rider)

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Nickname  Colesy
Name  Michael Coles
1993  Scottish Open Champion

Career status  Retired
Nationality  England
Role  Speedway rider
Michael Coles (speedway rider) mywebtiscalicoukspeedwayyearscolesm2jpg
Born  11 August 1965 (age 50) Exeter, England (1965-08-11)
1982-1987, 1996-2004 1984 1988 1989-1993 1994 1995 1997 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007-  Exeter Falcons Weymouth Wildcats Mildenhall Fen Tigers Edinburgh Monarchs Belle Vue Aces Oxford Cheetahs King's Lynn Stars Newport Wasps Stoke Potters Plymouth Devils Berwick Bandits Glasgow Tigers
2000 2004 1993 1997  Premier League Champion Premier Trophy Winner British League Div 2 Fours Winner Young Shield Winner

Michael Timothy Coles (born 11 August 1965 in Exeter, England), was an international speedway rider in the United Kingdom. Michael rode for a number of teams including Exeter Falcons, Edinburgh Monarchs and ended his career after riding with the Glasgow Tigers in the Premier League.

Coles has represented England at test level. Michael Coles is the father of Mildenhall Fen Tigers rider Connor Coles.

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Michael Coles (speedway rider) Wikipedia


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