I am a 7th grader in Aurora, Colorado. I lead a very busy life between school and motocross, but through it all I manage to keep my grades up. If I don't, I'm not allowed to race, so I have to work extra hard to keep up on school work so I can continue to do what I love.
Motocross is a big part of my family life. My family supports me 100% in everything I do. I am lucky to have them. They pick me up when I fall, encourage me when I need it and push me to be the best I can be at what I love. But they also keep me grounded, reminding me that learning and doing well in school is most important.
Motocross means more to me than just a sport. I have played pretty much every sport available, but my first love will always be motocross. Riding my bike is a way of life for me. I want to make a name for myself in the Motocross circuit and someday go professional. The only way to do that is ride, ride, ride and keep pushing myself to be better.
I want to improve my turns and jumps. And I'd like to bring home a trophy. I strive for that each time I go out on the track.
I am a very competitive person. I love the comraderie that goes with motocross and being at the track feels like a big family, but I know I need to outride my fellow riders to become what I want, to reach my own personal goals.