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I got my first dirt bike when I was 10 years old. I grew up being a BMX rider and dirt jump builder. Now after 20+ years, I have 3 competition bikes and have gone through many others. I bought my first dirtbike by saving money from my paper route and my parents took me to all the local races. Growing up riding, racing has always been my passion. It was an aspiration to progress to Pro Motocross and ultimately Pro Supercross. My mentors were fellow racers/competitors like Jeremy McGrath, Travis Pastrana & Brian Deegan. In 1998 I was racing AMA Arenacross and started to do ½ time best trick contests at AX events.  I did well causing me to be invited. Then I was invited onto IFMA, the first FMX contest Series ever in 1998-99 and raced West Coast AMA Supercross for two years. I've always had a passion for jumping and competitively racing motocross/arenacross/supercross. 

It’s pretty cool now because of both my daughter and son ride or race motocross/arenacross. Motocross is a family of like people, but also dependent on family group to support and successfully compete in the sport.


I enjoy backflips and KOD (Kiss of Death) tricks.  I have to say the HolyGrab is best as I invented it and is still judged difficult in today's top FMX competitions. One day, I’d like to get my Superman backflips bigger, maybe KOD sized! I've had few crashes throughout my career, and those few were pretty serious but I am still out riding every day. 


As I look to the future, I see myself helping students and my son achieving dreams and goals in Motocross, Supercross and Freestyle Motocross, and owning a top-rated training facility on the West Coast.

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