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Personal History

Motocross is not a thing that I do to be popular, make money, or get the GIRLS, but I do it for Love. Those who have never woken up at 6 in the morning to go get ready for practice just don't understand. The countless hours all of us put into this sport is not because I want to be famous, but because I love it.  To me throwing a leg over a dirt bike is the greatest thing that has ever happened.  You will never have a bigger adrenaline rush then lining up at the gate with 41 of the best riders in the world next to you, and every single one of them... waiting for the gate to drop... focused on that little pin... my heart beeping at 205% x mnt... the blood rushing in your body.  I know the risks I am about to take when I ride, but that's what makes the sport so great. I always pray before a race and that's why I am alive and well.  If there weren't any risks involved, anyone could be a pro, anyone could be a motocross rider.  But you need to have the talent to do it, the hunger inside you, that burning flame that makes you explode... and be the ONE rider that calls the attention... It's not just catching a football and running or hitting a ball with a bat, or kicking a ball... Every time I go down to the track, I know I am there to win, to show everyone who I am, what my name is, who I race for, how fast I am.  How much training I've done... Live to ride, ride to live tomorrow... and that is what motocross is and that's why I love to do it.  For those people who think motocross is just about twisting a throttle, turning and jumping... Sorry but you are WRONG.  I have to worry about staying in shape, so I can hold on to the bike for long races and rough tracks and stay stronger for hard wrecks.  If i crash, i have to suck it up, get up and work my way back through the pack.  i have no fears.  i jump 110 foot triples... and jumps that i know if i come up short, i'll be done.  The rest is history.  i don't give up.  i don't quit.  i've dedicated my life to motocross.  i do this sport because i love it and i cannot live without it.  its in my blood.  i was born to do this, its my drug, my addiction... my life.  i get on that gate, my hearts pounding, and all i think is... i have got to win. Everything more. Nothing less. i want that holeshot, and to be first into the finish line. i realize i could die doing this sport but i take that risk.  Pain is temporary.  it may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or even a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place.  if i quit however, it lasts forever.  That surrender, even the smallest act of giving up, stays with me.  So when i feel like quitting, i ask myself, which would i rather live with?  Victory? or FAILURE?

Riding Goals

~ Finish Top 5 @ Loretta Lynns and Ponca City! ~


~ My Goal is to become something that no one in my country has been before, a "Professional Motocross Racer" ~

Competitive Highlights