I have recently published a kid's book My motorbike and I on amazon and hope to publish and post more on my blog/website with WordPress so bear with my date:10/03/2020. I've been riding motorcycles since I was 6 or 7yrs old and still riding, was 9th in New Zealand for motocross, multi beach racing champion, multi-regional champion, made it to the open book of records in 2008 jumping over 24 cars on a Kawasaki KX250cc clearing a distance of 57mtrs touring New Zealand the international monster truck stunt show, have coach and trained people.
I have been in the building/carpentry industry for nearly 20 years in Gisborne and currently still working for the same company for 5 years.
Also like riding BMX and mountain bikes, like watching extreme sports so hopefully, this blog gets interesting.
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This is a story is about a young motocross rider learning how to ride and and how to race, if ya click the link it will take you to the first chapter of the book on YouTube, if you want to buy the full book it is on #amazon hope to have one made in New Zealand soon. please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE thank you,
One of my earliest memories of childhood was when I got a Evel Kinevel toy that came with a ute, trailer with two Evel Kinevel motorcycles on the trailer, I would be playing with them for hours.
This world record attempt was in 2008 in Naiper New Zealnd leaping over 24 vehicles on a Kawasaki kx 250. I am still riding/racing my motorcycle when ever I can and jumping over vehicles, doing demo’s around New Zealand,
Because I was racing at the same time I was training a lot which means a lot of ride time, i had a couple beauty crashes witch broke my steering lug/stop and creased the frame from the fork hitting the frame. the creases did not effect the bike in anyway so I carried on using that bike throughout the year and use it for this event that you see in this clip.
Hope you enjoy, apologies for the amature footage.