Competitive Motocross Racing
I started racing motocross at the age of 14 on a Suzuki RM 80. My racing has taken me all over the East Coast. I took a break from racing when I outgrew my Suzuki RM 80; thereafter, I finished high school and joined the Navy. I was honorably discharged from the Navy in 2003 and wasted no time jumping back into the world of motocross. By this time, I was in my early 20’s and riding a 125cc and a 250cc dirt bike. I raced every weekend and consistently placed in the top 3 before a serious injury at work forced me to quit racing. Then, at the age of 35, I raced again and for the first time placed first in my class.
In 2016, I am racing a series of vet classes and right now I am leading my class in the PAMX Thor Championship series. With two races left in the Thor series, my hopes are to finish out being first in my class. Next, I will compete in the Pennsylvania State Championship series. My main goal for next year is to qualify for the Loretta Lynn Amateur national. Motocross definitely takes a toll on my body and Dr. J plays a huge role in making sure my body is always in race shape. Because of Dr. J and everyone at Mint Condition, I can go into every race knowing that my body has gotten the care that it needs to compete at the best of my ability.