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Personal History

I started racing in 1997. I started getting faster and doing jumps (that most kids wouldn't do) on a 65. Between 1998-2005 my resume had more than 50 events a year and was just shy of advancing from the regional LLQs. In 2005 I was racing in the 250 A class and at pro am events and was well on my way to earning a Pro license until I injured my shoulder, and was out for the season. After the injury i got oiut of the sport for a while and didn't race much. Since then i have joined the U.S. Army and just recently got back from Afghanistan. I have been doin all the riding and racing I can with the leftover saved money from deployment. The sport is getting a lot more expensive than I remember it and I'm going to need some help to get where I want to be.

Riding Goals

My first goal getting back into motocross is to qualify for the Loretta Lynn national. I have already qualified for a regional in  the Two Stroke B/C and Twenty-Five Plus classes.

Competitive Highlights

Getting back into "motocross" shape in just the few months from returning from Afghanistan and qualifying for a regional are my biggest accomplishments this year.