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Personal History

My dad, Russell Fraser, was a professional Motocrosser, and won Canadian Champion for 5 years!  Now it is my turn, and I've had great success so far.

My first year riding, I started out at age 4 in the 50cc Beginner 4-6 class.  I quickly started winning every race, and moved up to the 50cc Intermediate 4-6 class.  I did very well in that class, won 1st place a few times but had much tougher competition.  I didn't place in that year because I switched classes halfway through the year, but I did win Rookie of the Year (2017)!!

My second year riding I started in the 50cc Intermediate 4-6 class (I was age 5). From the first race of the year, I was winning first place.  Then a rider from another area started challenging me and we had lots of awesome battles for first place, which he started winning too!  One race I had a bad crash, didn't finish, then missed a few races afterwards, which gave him an easy win every time.  At the end of the season I really kicked things up a notch and started winning my first place position back again, however the last race of the year I crashed and didn't finish, resulting in second place overall, which I was totally stoked for :)


I am very much looking forward to next year, which I will be racing in the 50cc Intermediate 7-9 class (I will start the year age 6) as I really want to continue to challenge myself and improve my riding skills.

Riding Goals

To continue to improve my riding skills and challenge myself by always competing against those who push me to ride better and faster.  

Competitive Highlights

Rookie of the Year - 2017 

50cc Intermediate 4-6 - 2018 - Second place