I started riding dirt bikes at the age of 8, and i quickly became addicted. At age 12, I raced my first outdoor on a crf150f. Even though I didn't do so well, it only fueled my passion to become better. In 2011, I purchased a crf250r, and started racing more consistently. I made over half the outdoors of the season (due to a very tight budget) and had top 5 results in my classes. Fast forward to 2016, I moved to Phoenix to pursue a career at MMI, learning all the things that makes a bike tick, mmodern or otherwise. While down south, I continued my personal training on a cr250, taking advantage of the many outdoor tracks with year-long riding conditions. After moving home in 2017, i purchased yet another crf250r to become a bit more serious about the sport. I secured a steady financial standpoint, and raced every heat and main event of the local Arenacross series, achieving a 1st place plaque for the championship of 2018. This year, I have been training on both my 250 and a 450., with a solid physical training platform in the hopes of qualifying for Loretta Lynn's Amateur National.
Become a better all-around rider in the Intermediate class.
The goal for this season is qualifying for the 2019 Loretta Lynn's AMA Amateur National Championship.