As a motocross/flat track racer injury will be there. I've had my broken bones bit I get rigjt back in the workout room and get healthy again. I have a great job working as a cnc machinist at John deere and helps me pay for my racing and allows me the time to races. I have a good work ethic on and off the track. I get along with just about anyone.
My family has been riding since my great great grandfather (flat track) all the way up to my brother Dusty Klein, my sister Tori Klein (who was a pro girl motocross racer with ten showings at Loretta Lynn with a ktm ride among other sponsors) and my dad who was a pro flat track rider who stop racing because he had us kids and wanted us to ride. My family had a ktm dealership here in iowa now closed and my dad has came out of retirement to rid with my brother and I in flat track. Anyone who races flat track or motocross knows this a family sport and nothing brings a family together more then motosports. That is why I still races to this day. I live it. I have been riding motocross since I was 3 started racing when I was 8 years old. Racing has been in you family for years. I race a lot around the Midwest (Millville mn Walnut il mount Carroll il ect) iv raced down sound as well Florida, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and more. IV done well most finishes in the top five through my career from 80s on up.
Top goal of my this year is the plus 25 class at Loretta Lynn as it is a talented class for the past few years as well as going for collage boy, two stroke and on of the mod calls. I would also like to go down to the mini o's this November. For flat track I would like to keep racing the amature nationals and keep getting better as there is an option to go pro in the next year or two. IV had a good career so fare and plan to keep it going for years to come. For flat track l, I have only been racing on and off since I was young and started to hit it hard the past few years getting better. I had a good showing at the Steve Nace amature national in Peoria il. Short track getting 3rd in the 450 amature class and 2nd in the open pro. The second day of racing in Pekin il being rain out and the 3rd day of racing at the legendary Peoria tt getting a a fourth place in the 250 open pro