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Personal History

Hello, my name is Trevor DeVry! I am Oregon born and raised in the small town of Klamath Falls. I am 29 years young. After high school in 2003 I jumped on board with my dad and his construction company that he started himself back in the day. My dad is the one who turned me on to riding when I was just 4 years old. After saving up $400 dollars at the age of 8 I was finally able to put some money towards a 1989 Honda CR80 that my dad paid the rest for. Currently I am still living in Oregon, married my long term girlfriend of seven years, three of which we have been married, working/running that very same construction company, What I love most about my job is that its physically demanding so it keeps me in shape, the hours also leave a lot of time for when I want to ride. (which is everyday). I ride every evening during the week, every weekend, and every day off. I started racing at the age of thirteen  on a 2001 Kawasaki KX125. My 1st race was at a local arena cross here in K Falls, after that I started racing outdoor and indoor motocross. I am a well balanced rider. I ride everything from outdoor to indoor, also endurocross, trails and even hit free style ramps. My true passion is riding natural terrain and my favorite area to ride is the Christmas Valley Sand Dunes in Christmas Valley, Oregon.

Riding Goals

My number one goal is to be the best rider that I can be. Right now I am trying to get as many sponsorships as I can to help to support my riding addiction. Eventually I want to earn income with this passion, that would be a dream come true.

I am determined and dedicated.

Competitive Highlights

My very 1st race I ever won was at age 15 at Keno Sportmans Park.

In 2011 achieved 1st place in Southern Oregon Dirt Rider Summer series championship.

In 2012 I was 2nd place King of the West winter series.

In 2013 I won 1st place North West Extreme Motorsports.

In 2013 I was 2nd in my class overall  of 43 riders at the 14th annual Top Gun MX team shootout in Washougal, Washington.