Nate Adams, like many of the other FMX riders, began his career in motocross. Nate is from Phoenix Arizona and is without a doubt one of the best FMX riders on the scene. According to FMX legend Travis Pastrana, Nate is “The best FMX rider on this planet.” Nate is known for his down to earth personality, which makes him a favorite among fans and competitors alike.
Robby Bell has been one of the world’s top off-road riders for years and recently wrapped up the 2016 WORCS Championship. Robby has an impressive 11 professional championships in his career! The Rocky Mountain ATV/MC/Precision Concepts Kawasaki rider looks to keep racing in 2018 but also focus on the Team Manager position.
AJ Catanzaro has been a rising star in the supercross series for a number of years. In 2013, AJ rode the East Coast Supercross Series and put together a number of impressive finishes. After a fourth place finish at Indianapolis in 2013, AJ proved to the world that he has what it takes to run up front. He has also competed in the outdoor series compiling multiple top 20 finishes. AJ continues to build on his previous success each year.
Kyle Chisholm may be one of the most underrated and overlooked riders in motocross. Chisholm has proven himself a champion in America’s northern neighbor, Canada, and is a top-ten threat here in the states.
Chisholm rode hard and became pro starting in 2004, and broke the top twenty in the Motocross Lites class with a nineteenth overall. Although a top twenty is a very respectable outcome, he traveled north and decided to compete in the CMRC Canadian Motocross Championships. The career change was definitely what Chisholm needed, as he rode his Kawasaki to the second spot in the East Region.
Chisholm and his Motosport/Xtreme Kawasaki rode to three top tens in the East Coast Lites Supercross series and numerous top-fives and top-tens in the Nationals. 6th overall in the 450 class and 10th overall in points at the Supercross Championship.
Gavin Faith continued his domination in the Arenacross series in 2017 by winning back to back Amsoil Arenacross Championships. The Team Babbitt’s Kawasaki Rider looks to keep the hot streak alive in 2018 competing for his 3rd straight championship. In the off season Gavin also competes in the Australian Supercross Championship where he is one of the top athletes in the series.
Justin Hill had a breakout year in 2017. The 22 year old from Portland, OR became the 2017 West Coast Supercross Champion. Recently the star athlete has made the switch to the JGR Factory Racing Team for 2018 and beyond. Justin looks to take this forward momentum into his last 250 season and move up to the premier 450 class in 2019.
A six-time X Games medalist, Hollywood stuntman and father, Adam is one of the most innovative MTX riders in the freestyle motocross world. The inventor of the Cordova flip, stripper flip, Shaolin flip and corpse flip, Adams is also known for his big extensions and creative upright tricks.
Kody Kamm is coming off his best year to date. In 2017 Kody was able to grab the National Pro Snocross Championship. The Wisconsin native is also a very skilled mx racer and participates in the Outdoor Motocross Championship in his off season from the snow. This young talent in on the rise so expect to see a lot more wins out of Kody in the future.
Fredrik Noren is a Swedish 250 Champion that is chasing his dreams of racing in America. “Fast Freddie” as he is called is coming off a solid 2017 season where he finished 12th in the 450 Motocross Championship. The 25 year of looks to set his goals high for the coming years and aims to be one of the best in the sport.
Travis Pastrana motorsports competitor and stunt performer who has won championships and X Games gold medals in several events, including supercross, motocross, freestyle motocross, and rally racing. Pastrana has won three motocross racing championships: the 2000 A.M.A. 125cc National championship, the 2001 125cc East Coast Supercross Championship, and the 125cc Rose Creek Invitational. Pastrana also raced in the 2000 Motocross des Nations. He moved up to the 250cc class in 2002. His stand-up style, ability to spot jump combinations and great speed through the whoops make him easy to spot on the track.
Over the years, the name Travis Pastrana has become synonymous with the X Games disciplines such as freestyle, rally and rallycross. In fact, Travis is so entrenched in the world of the X Games, he is credited for introducing rally to the series. He has a raft of world records under his belt, competes in multiple disciplines, is renowned for pushing the envelope and is the mastermind behind many a tricks, particularly in motocross freestyle where he performed the first Rodeo 720 in competition. Travis has also had a career of firsts, starting in 1999 when he won the first ever X Games in California. Travis has had his fair share of injuries and failed attempts along the way but without his bravery, creativity and sheer talent, the X Games would not be the incredible, internationally renowned sporting spectacle that it is today.
Kyle Peters first got interested in motocross when he was just 7 years old. The North Carolina native would frequently train at the Millsaps Training Facility in Georgia over the years. Peters has bounced around a little bit from teams but has recently found a home at JGR Factory Suzuki Racing. Kyle is looking to take this chance with racing for a factory team and make the best of it. He will be competing in the 250 East Coast Supercross Championship.
I have been riding since I was 21/2 yrs old. I love this sport and can only think about one thing. I wrestle in the winter's but it's only to keep in shape and get ready for the next season.
Chase Sexton's main highlights are Loretta Lynn Champion 2011 85 9-11 stk, 2nd Monster Energy Cup 2012 & 2013, Bronze Boot award 2013 and raced for USA in the world FIM 2013.