About KAJX.NET2018-06-18T19:16:44+00:00

Welcome To KAJX.NET

KAJX: Kendall A. Jennings (Photojournalist), who is a big X-Files and Motocross/Supercross fan. 🙂

“I am extremely passionate about motorcycles and have been riding a motorcycle since I was 4 years old. I was introduced to the world of motocross racing in 1998 and haven’t looked back.” Kendall Jennings.


An audio recording made for internet distribution.


A mobile motocross radio station. The KAJX Podcast is a medium which allows event live commentary to be heard online. Focusing on dirt bike events, the KAJX Podcast’s birth was at the 2013 KTM Australian Junior Motocross Championships held at the Horsham Motorcycle Club. With a broadcast length of 43 hours and 1 minutes live from the event, which included 7 days of commentary and the presentation evening. With 10, 501 listeners for the week-long event, the biggest Australian Junior Motocross racing event of the year, the KAJX podcast delivered exposure that no other junior motocross national event has had in Australian history.

KAJX.NET is a media project by KAJX Communications. Kendall Jennings is the sole proprietor of KAJX, a hobby business based out of Kerang, Victoria, Australia.

It would be awesome to work on KAJX full time, however only focusing’ on the small industry of motocross makes it extremely hard to do in Australia, especially as passionate people are taken for granted, and being female in a male-dominated industry doesn’t help things either. As a freelance photojournalist, I have seen male comrades become successful, while I have been struck down by many illnesses and have been in hobby business start-up mode for many years. I am an honest person who loves motorcycling based sports. I am not that great at asking for funds and that is why there is little to no sponsorship on this website. I am extremely grateful for any assistance, it does cost a bit to broadcast, however as I don’t drink or smoke I have to have a medium to waste money on.

KAJX broadcasts from live events for free, it would be awesome if I could get some financial support from clubs/promoters however not really sure how to do that in my many years in the sport taking photographs and donating articles to the media to promote events, people assume I am receiving money for written work. In a society where everyone doesn’t lift a finger to promote the sport without being paid first, the sport would not receive any coverage, while passionate people like KAJX seem to be used and abused.

If you enjoy a broadcast, please donate (gold coin donation theory). Thank you in advance, KJ.

Or Sponsor a broadcast contact Kendall 0409 926 654 kj@kajx.net


To allow fans that can’t make to the races, to listen to race commentary live from the races, allowing fans to be at the races. Unfortunately, someone has to stay home/work allowing others to race.

The premise of KAJX.NET is to provide education of motorcycle competitive events in Australia and Australian’s competiting overseas, as well as providing education for Australia athletes that other competitive events exsist. If it is about a motorcycle or motorcycle athlete, then KAJX.NET will publish it.

KAJX.NET sharing the passion of motorcycle racing and an avenue for athletes to promote themselves.

In exchange for being able to attend or participate in the events, you agree to release Motorcycling Australia (“MA”) and promoters, sponsor organisations, land owners and lessees, organisers of the event, their respective servants, officials, representatives and agents (collectively, the “Associated Entities”) from all liability for your death, personal injury (including burns), psychological trauma, loss or damage (including property damage) (“harm”) howsoever arising from your participation in or attendance at the event, except to the extent prohibited by law; you agree that MA and the Associated Entities do not make any warranty, implied or express, that the event services will be provided with due care and skill or that any materials provided in connection with the services will be fit for the purpose for which they are supplied; and you agree to attend or participate in the event at your own risk.

You acknowledge that the risks associated with attending or participating in the event include the risk that you may suffer harm as a result of: motorcycles (or parts of them) colliding with other motorcycles, persons or property; acts of violence and other harmful acts whether intentional or inadvertent) committed by persons attending or participating in the event; and the failure or unsuitability of facilities (including grand-stands, fences and guard rails) to ensure the safety of persons or property at the event.

You acknowledge that motorsport is dangerous and that accidents causing harm can and do happen and may happen to you.

You accept the conditions of, and acknowledge the risks arising from, attending or participating in the event and being provided with the event services by MA and the Associated Entities.

Motorcycling Australia seek to provide a safe, fair and inclusive environment for everyone involved in our organisation and in our sport.
To achieve this, we require certain standards of behaviour by participants, members, coaches, officials, administrators, parents/guardians (of child participants) and spectators.

Our codes of behaviour are underpinned by the following core values.

  • To act within the rules and spirit of our sport.
  • To display respect and courtesy towards everyone involved in our sport and prevent discrimination and harassment.
  • To prioritise the safety and well-being of children and young people involved in our sport.
  • To encourage and support opportunities for participation in all aspects of our sport.

KJ’s Crazy Skills

Web Design 99
SWIFT 4 90
Graphic Design 80
WordPress 95
Photojournalism 99
Learning 100
Integrity 100

Meet Our Team

Kendall Jennings
Kendall JenningsDeveloper / Owner
An ex-Honda Outdoor Power Equipment Mechanic and Spare Parts Interpreter, ‘KJ’ is a hidden computer geek. Kendall has been involved with the World Wide Web since 1994. Kendall has always enjoyed code and has grown up in the era where everything was writing in system code. Not everything was visual images while people listen to the radio while they did something active.

Kendall seriously injured her knee in 1996 and had several surgeries to stabilise the injury. 2000, a major motorcycle accident while trail riding in the Brindabella Ranges changed the road from being active in racing to becoming a Photojournalist. In 2002, KAJX Communications was born, and Kendall travelled to many enduro and motocross events around Australia. In 2009, Kendall was diagnosed with major depression, PSTD due to her military service (1996-2000), in 2013 while becoming stable, a group of low lifes in the motorcycle community enjoyed making KJ’s life hell, forcing her to experiment in suicidal attempts (and without the Horsham Motorcycle and Kenny Watts she would have been successful). In 2016, Kendall’s knee became extremely unstable, and once again KJ had had to adapt to a new unfavourable lifestyle while undergoing monthly injections to walk and sapling experimental medical treatments.

As Kendall has a personality of not being able to sit still, loves motorcycles, hasn’t had the opportunity to ride as much as she would like to, instead KJ has returned to her grassroots of World Wide Web code and while been unable to return to study (Bachelor of Arts (Major History and Online Systems) and Graphic Design) after yet another a mental breakdown.

“Heaven doesn’t want me, and Hell thinks I will take over, so it looks like the earth has me for now.”

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