Snow Racing was established in 1991 when Demetri started racing in the AMA road racing series, Super Sport 600, 750 GTO and GTU classes around the US. Currently Snow Racing is a family affair including Demetri Snow (age 44), Jocelin Snow (age 40), Ricky Snow (age 25), Alex Snow (age 16), and Andrew Snow (age 15). We race anything on two wheels and sometimes even some four. We participate in the following motorcycle events; supermoto, motocross, hair scramble, TT, ST, Endurocross and even some trials. Jocelin started her Road Racing Career on the East Coast in 1998 on a Kawasaki ZX7R; she rarely finished out of the top 5 as a amateur. She got her pro license in late 1999. She bought a Yamaha TZ 250 and jumped into the pro ranks, she finished off the 1999 season by finishing 3rd at the Daytona Race of Champions 250 GP class. In March of 2000 at the AMA Daytona 250 GP round her TZ seized at high speed and she had a horrific crash resulting in serious injuries. She fought back from these injuries and moved to California where she got a Yamaha factory ride to race the AMA 250 GP class alongside Rich Oliver (5 times AMA 250 GP Champion). After several more great racing results and more serious injuries she decided to retire from road racing. Jocelin currently races with all of the Snow family at most events.
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Ricky’s 2007 Open Class Supermoto USA Series Championship. 2009 RMP Supercross Springs Series Champion College Boy. Andrew’s 2010 1st place 250 C and Youth 125 4 stroke RMP TT championships, Alex’s 1st place 85cc and Demetri’s 1st place Open 40+ 2008 CCR Winter Series Motocross Champions, 2009 RMP Supercross Champion 40+. Andrew’s 2009 RMP MX 85 BEG and Open class Championships, and Alex’s, Andrew and Demetri’s 2008 AMA District 36 Motocross Championships. Jocelin taking 3rd place at Daytona on a Yamaha TZ 250 in the Race of Champions. Her 2009 RMP Women MX Championship title. 2009 NCO Hare Scramble Championship Women C. She is considered one of the fastest women on two wheels. The Snow boys winning multiple Championships in the late 1990’s and 2000’s.