I have raced motocross and supercross off and on for the last 27 years. In 2003 I earned my AMA Pro license, but due too nagging injuries I struggled to compete at that level. After that I took several years off from racing, but ultimately had too return to racing as I missed the sport too much. I spent the next several years racing locally and regionally in the Pacific Northwest. In 2013 I decided to try something bigger that I had never done before and raced the Loretta Lynn Championship series. Luckily I was able to go to the championship in Tennessee my first year, which was an awesome experience that taught me a lot. In the following years I was able to go back to Tennessee for the Nationals an additional 3 times. I missed the opportunity a couple of years with injury, my last year being there in 2019. I didn't compete very much in 2020 or early in 2021 due to the COVID pandemic that affected everyone. I have recently moved to Texas that offers a lot more ability to ride and race consistently. I am now back to training and racing and my goal is to return to the Loretta Lynn National Championship in Tennessee in the 30+ and 40+ classes.
My goals is to return to the Loretta Lynn Championship in Tennessee in the 30+ and 40+ classes. I also will be competing in the local race series here in Texas as well as the Moto Masters Vet series.
Top 3 overall in the 450 pro class in the Pacific Northwest Championship series for 3 consecutive years. Going to Loretta Lynn's National Championship in Tennessee 4 times.