SWINDON’S Kayden Mundy is gearing up for another successful season as a grasstrack rider following a trophy-laden debut year at cadet level.

After his grandfather, Victor Munday, had bought him his first grasstrack bike in early 2018, Kayden went to a competitive meeting for the first time to gain experience and ended up winning it.

Registered with Bristol Grasstrack Speedway, the eight-year-old rode in 13 meetings throughout 2018, picking up 10 trophies and claiming the champion rider title at Ledbury, Bridgwater, Cornwall and Worcester.

The youngster from Toothill also finished third out of the 21 riders aged from six to eight in his cadet category in his debut season.

Victor revealed the family are planning to take Kayden to even more meetings this season as he looks to build up more experience on the slick racing surface.

Victor said he is immensely proud of his grandson, but admitted he never expected him to take to it so quickly.

Revealing young Kayden has big plans for his future, Victor said: “I’m really proud of him and he wants to ride for Swindon Robins when he’s older. He wants to be the next Jason Doyle.”