I have been around motocross my entire life. I got my first bike when I was 3yrs old and it just took off from there. I grew up racing Idaho state series and Eastern Idaho motocross series. My first year on 85's I moved to Wild West Nationals series there I stayed and raced until my first year on the 250's then, I moved on and started riding more often and in so-cal while still doing some series events. I was training with Tortelli when I broke my ankle, from then on it was a series of unfortunate events that took me out of competition. I haven't been in competition much since then. I spent the summer of 2011 in so-cal, Temecula, Cal to be exact, training an putting a full fledge effort into my career. I had moved up to the Intermediate class, and I was looking forward to what the next year brang when I would move up again in class level. Though, more unfortunate events, which plagues the sport of motocross all to often, occured again. I am now looking into getting my pro SCCA license to go race cars. I have done a lot of training and was apart of the Skip Barber Road to Indy program, making the final cut to go to iconic Sebring raceway in Florida. All in all it has been a blast an I am looking forward to the future and what it has to hold.
Race intermediate class and hopefully gain several titles and compete at several national races. I have other avenues I am currently trying to pursue that can bring more exposure. I am currently attempting to gain a spot in the Radical Sr1 cup in England for car racing this next year. If for some reason that does not happen I will be pursuing other avenues in road course car racing to hopefully make it to Le Man's circuit is my goal for the future in that sport.