I am the middle sibling of 5 have been around motorcycles and snowmachines all my life. I grew up do nothing but wrestling in school clear up until my Dad took me to an event that was called ( DEMO DAYS ). I went there with my Dad and that's when I tried to ride the new dirt bikes and fell in love with racing them around the tracks. This is when I told my Dad I wanted a bike of my own and I wanted to race. So I got my bike a little over a year ago and started racing local races and was doing very well by the end of the local series. I also raced some of the RMX Series and WWS series, they are a blast. Now I watch and follow some of my friends I have met while racing ( Hayden Deegan, and Chance Hymas ) they are really good guys. during the off season to keep myself fit I wrestle in school and do gym class so when I climb back on Im as good as I can be physically.
My first bike was a 2004 KTM 65sx and that's what I started racing on and found out all the rules but I am a small guy so they let me race my very first race ever on #99 KTM 65 and wow what an eye opener got 2 laps in and found out we bought a dud. dad had to take the bike apart and found out the piston was burnt he said he figured it had about 45 hard hours on that piston so he replaced the jug and the piston and man it ran so much better. so I rode a practice track on it and dad said we had to get me on an 85 if we wanted to keep racing so here I am having the time of my life on my 85. I would like to thank my dad for helping me into this sport and he is my admire and I would do anything to make him proud to compete against the best in the nation and be the best I can be.
On May 9th i broke my collar bone off my sternum and had to go into surgery and i had a plate and five screws inside my body. Then three weeks later after i went into my appointment that doctor checked it out and said it didn't look good, the plate and the five screws came loose and was pulling the bone away from my sternum. So three hours after my appointment i went into surgery again and this time i got a plate that hooked behind my sternum and on my collarbone to make sure it healed. Instead of stitches they put staples to keep the cut together to where it wouldn't be open. Then two weeks later i went in and had the bandage and staples removed from my body and he said it looked great and now i have to wait till August 30th to see what happens and if all goes well then 8 weeks after August 30th i get the plates removed. Also during the second surgery in the process of putting the plate in they accedentally cut a blood vessel and i lost 300ml of blood and they fixed that and put more blood inside of me so i would stay alive and i made it out of the surgery succesfully and now i'm waiting to get back on my bike and practice some more.
I'm ready to go just waiting for a race to occure although a couple have happened but i'm all healed and ready to go hoping for a better year this coming racing season and wish all my moto family is out there with me through the whole season and really hoping to try to pick off third mybe fourth but who knows.
Some of my riding goals are to have the people that have helped through everything and helped me get me where i was proud of what i've done, and make myself proud of what i've done with my life and show what i've done with it.
I have had people say i would never get faster since i was on my yz 85 and i proved them wrong i've gotten faster and faster over the four years i've been riding and racing that i can't stop going and i want to continue, what i have sta
My first I can think of was first off finish my first race that was the greatest. Next the first time I cleared my first set of doubles there is no way to describe how I felt it was so exciting and last was to battle in my last race of the season back and fourth with 2 other racers for second place we battled back and fourth for 3 laps I decided I needed to try something I haven't to pull ahead enough I can stay there so I pulled off my attempt of a 105 foot triple landed it and was so excited about that I layed my bike down in the next corned and came out 3rd any way but it was the most exciting time I can remember racing and I'm hoping for many many more of those kinds of moments.
My second most exciting event was when it was me and a guy named Logan me and him battled for awhile and he pulled off four just because i fell over and i pulled a 5th in state for Idaho i was excited that i pulled that off that i couldn't believe it myself and i did it. We battled for 1 month straight and now we are in different classes but one day we will be battling again for the crown maybe even first but until that day comes i'll be getting faster and better and be able to keep up with the pros.