Jeremy 'Carl' Martin
Year Turned Pro:
John (Dad), Greta (Mom), Alex (Big Bro) and Jennifer (Sis); Jack, Dozer, & Milly (English Cocker Spaniels)
'GOAT' - Ricky Carmichael
Favorite Riding Area:
Spring Creek Motocross Park
Kenny raced amateur motocross before turning pro at age 15 and by age 20 found the world of freestyle motocross.
Kenny began riding motorcycles at the age of 7 and knew right away it’s what he wanted to do forever.Ê Being a 4th generation motorcyclist, it was a natural fit.Ê Kenny raced amateur motocross before turning pro at age 15 by age 20 found the world of freestyle motocross.Ê If it has a motor, Kenny wants to drive it, and, his words, “I feel more comfortable on 2 wheels then I do on my 2 feet.”
Have raced a variety of Ovals from pavement to dirt, 1/8 mile to _ mile.Ê Late Model, Modified, And K&N Pro Series West
Rally Car Racing
Graduated Rick Seaman’s Motion Picture Driving School
All Access Outdoors W Craig Morgan, Guest Appearance “Outdoor Channel”
Winter X Games VIII, Guest HostÊ“ESPN”
Weather Channel (Winter X VIII), Guest Host “Weather Channel”
Sports Center (with Linda Cohn), Guest Host “ESPN”
54321, Guest Host “Fox Sports Net”
Tough Truckin’, Segment Host “Spike”
60 Minutes, Interview “CBS”
X Games, X with Chris Cagle and Kevin Robinson “ESPN”
X Games special feature, Feature Segment “Playboy TV”
Downtime, Feature Segment “Fuel Network”
Greatest Outlaws, Guest Star “CMT”
Totally NASCAR, Feature Segment “Speed Channel” “FSN”
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Interview “NBC”
PBR World Finals in Las Vegas, Interview “OLN”
The Daily Habit, Feature Segment “Fuel Network”
Ty Murray’s Celeb Bull Ride, Reality Contestant “CMT”
2007 Dew Action Sports Tour, Commentator “NBC” & “USA”
2007 X Games, Commentator “Live in House”
This is How we Roll, Luke Bryan/Florida Georgia Line “CMT” & “GAC”
Drinkin’ Side of Country, Bucky Covington/Shooter Jennings “CMT” & “GAC”
It’s Good to be Us, Bucky CovingtonÊ“CMT” & “GAC”
Chicks Dig It, Chris Cagle “CMT” & “GAC”
Crazy In California, The Great Divide “CMT”
* Music Video Award Nominee, Best Cameo - 2004 “CMT”
No Rules, Guest Star, Dir. Gerry Anderson
Supercrossed, Stunt Rider, Prod. Steve Austin
Fantastic Four, Guest Star, 2nd Unit Dir. Brian Smrz, Stunt Cord. John Branagan
Volitation, Guest Star, Dir. Paul Valuzchek
Global Addiction, Guest Star, Dir. Gregg Godfrey
Nitro Circus 1-5, Guest Star, Dir. Gregg Godfrey
Date of Birth:
My first race was in February of 199 in San Antonio, Venezuela
Year Turned Pro:
My favorite track is either Barcia«s house or Colleens Millsaps house.
That would be my mom's food, it's is delicious!
That's is hard to explain since I listen to everything.
I train at MTF Cairo,GA
I love to do downhill bmx, park bmx, loangboard, scooter and jet ski i could do any of this for a whole day...
Date of Birth:
February 2, 1980
Favorite place to ride:
Cainville, Utah and Mammoth
Best place to visit:
Home or any tropical place
Favorite part of riding FMX for a living:
My favorite part about FMX is how intense it is. It's fun to be on edge. Also I like all the awesome people I meet n places I get to see.
My Goals for 2014 are to win Step Up X-Games Gold and to have a awesome healthy year.
Growing up near South Lake Tahoe, Matt Buyten, who is now 34, started riding dirt bikes at age 11. Buyten gives a lot of credit going to his dad, who encouraged him to cross over from bicycle motocross (BMX) to freestyle motocross (FMX). It was a successful move for Buyten; he has competed and earned medals in multiple X Games events, winning four gold, three silver, and three bronze medals in the Step Up competition. In 2013, BuytenÕs accomplishments drew attention from FMXÕs leading brand Metal Mulisha, and he soon inked a deal to become their newest member. When heÕs not on the track, Buyten can be found hitting the golf links with his buddies.
Date of Birth:
Morehead City NC
Year Turned Pro:
Gareth Swanepoel, Strength and Endurance Training
Surfing, Golfing, BMX, Cycling, Mt. Biking, Swimming, Basketball, Racquetball
Date of Birth:
January 27, 1998
250B, Schoolboy 2
Favorite Riding spot:
Georgia Practice Facility
Favorite Smith product:
Fuel V.2 Sweat-X Pastrana Neon
Favorite professional athlete:
1st at LorettaÕs
Smith Optics; Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green; Pro Circuit; Georgia Practice Facility; Dunlop; Fly Racing; Alpinestars; EVS; Renthal; Maxima Oils; Pantsaggin Dezign
Mitchell Harrison is one of the top riders in the country right now and comes off his best finish of his career this past year at Loretta LynnÕs Amateur National. Harrison just inked a new deal with Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green and looks to keep the green bike up front this coming year.
Red Bull Energy Drink, Dc Shoes, Alpinestars, Smith Optics, Nixon, Ethika, Kmc Wheels, Discount Tire Co., Nitro Circus
Born in Maryland in 1983, Pastrana excelled at mountain biking and school. However, by the age of four, he was already riding a Honda one-speed and found his true calling – motocross. After winning five Loretta Lynn National Amateur crowns, two Canadian titles, and the World Freestyle Championship, all before the age of 14, Pastrana launched himself into fame as a versatile, no holds bar athlete. In 1999,he won his first 125cc pro race, two gold medals at the Gravity Games, and was the youngest competitor to win the freestyle motocross gold medal at X Games. In 2000, Pastrana devoted his full attention to pro competition emerging as the 125cc national champion and was 3rd overall in the National Supercross series. He was named the AMA Rookie of the Year, joined America’s Motocross des Nations team, and took a repeat freestyle Gold at the Summer X Games. In 2001, Pastrana’s dominance continued when he won the 125cc East Supercross Series championship and was awarded Motocross Rider of the Year at the ESPN Action Sports & Music Awards.By 2005, he had accumulated a career total of five X Games gold medals, five gold medals from Gravity Games, and additional wins at events including the Dew Tour and Red Bull X-Fighters.
Always pushing the next level of motocross, Travis tested the waters in Rally car racing and in 2006 he became one of the youngest drivers to ever win a Rally America Championship. He continued to dominate the sport, as a four time reigning champion in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. In 2010, Travis increased his career X Games medal count to 16 by adding two more golds in freestyle moto and speed & style. That same year, Pastrana set two world records. The first was longest ramp-to- ramp car jump with a 269 foot jump which shattered the previous 171 foot record. The second record came when Pastrana ascended Mount Whitney in his Subaru WRX STi in 6min 20.47 seconds, setting the world record for fastest ascent of the mountain in a car.
Travis Pastrana’s accomplishments are legendary: youngest rider to ever represent the United States at the Motocross of Nations in France, 125cc National Outdoor Motocross Champion, 125cc East Supercross Series Champion, and the most successful competitor in the history of X Games Freestyle Motocross. Equally impressive on four wheels, Travis has attained four championships in the Rally America Series, competes in the Global Rally Cross Championship series, and in 2012 will make his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut.
Beyond his athletic prowess, Pastrana is the creator and superstar of the Nitro Circus franchise which includes a sold out World Tour, successful TV series, and soon to be released 3D feature film. Pastrana, who’s success and considerable adoration that accompanies him, has maintained a reputation for being just like the guy next door – maybe nicer.
Pastrana spends his time traveling the world with his wife, professional skateboarder Lyn-z Adams Hawkins, and in 2013 became a father to his first born, Addy.
BORN WARRENDALE, PA
LIVES CARSON CITY, NV
WEIGHT 175 LBS.
Monster Energy Drink, Fox Racing, Smith Optics, Maxxis Tires, Ogio, Bel-Ray, Bto Sports, Pro Taper, Pro Circuit, Works Connection, Team Associated
Getting a late start on most of his competition, Adam Jones didn’t first get his first bike until he was 10 years old. It wasn’t the best bike out there but Adam was on it daily and after seeing their son excel so quickly his parents went and bought him a legit bike and Adam starting racing.
Being in the race scene for over 7 years Adam rarely saw a race that he didn’t make podium. He was at the top of his game. Unfortunately an injury forced him to take a year off and that was a mind opening year for Adam. He realized he was taking racing so seriously and he wasn’t enjoying his time on the bike. After rehabbing Adam got back on his bike but decided to have more fun with it. He began riding and jumping with friends for fun. Only after taking the time off from the race scene did Jones decide to take a run in the IFMA Freestyle Motocross Circuit.
His breakout moment was at an IFMA X Games qualifier event, Adam took the last qualifying position and realized the first step to his dream of an X Game Gold Medal was on its way. Determined to impress Adam practiced every free second he could to prepare for the X Games.
Today Adam Jones is one of the top freestyle motocross riders in the world. He not only accomplished his goal of an X Games Gold medal in 2007 but has been consistently in the top three positions at all the events he competes at. Adam was named the 2007 International Rider of the Year award as well as the prestigious 2007 Transworld Motocross Rider of the Year award.
Adams work ethic helped him get to where he is today. His desire for perfection shows from his plethora of trophy’s and medals. Never one to be easily defeated, Adam is constantly out there perfecting that new trick to leave the other riders in awe.