As a 42 yr old rider it isn't easy getting support to ride as it would be for a younger rider. But coming from a rodeo family/motocross background it has always been apart of me. After retiring from rodeo at the age of 40, I needed that edge still so I turned to training and riding as much as I can. I love the action and rush of riding that makes me forget about the stress of everyday life. 2018 was a learning curve for me riding and racing. But enjoyed every moment of it. I can't wait until 2019 to get out and have a experience like no other. To ride some of the Monster Energy supercross tracks that the pro's that I look up to and enjoy watching ride on. Thank you to the companies that have given me rider support thru out 2018. Looking forward to a blessed 2019.
My goals are to compete at Loretta Lynns. And become a Vet 40 National Champion as many times as I can repeat it. Since their starting amateur supercross now, I want to win that as well. Training is the key to being able to compete with other folks in my age group and I will work hard to accomplish every goal and task.
Finished 60th over all in the RMXA with being my first year riding mx I am pleased with that. It was a learning curve for me for sure. 2019 I will improve that result and work harder to get where I would like to be in the standings. And with Monster Energy having 9 Amateur stops I would like to race some of those to ride at the year end in Las Vegas.