Yeti / Fox
I grew up in Boulder, CO and started riding when I was six years old with some camps. I started racing when I was 10 and my life has pretty much been racing ever since. I got pretty serious about racing when I was 16 when I started winning races, and I turned pro at 17 when I started riding for Yeti. Riding for Yeti is a dream I’ve had since I was little, and now I’m in my third year of flying the turquoise, and I couldn’t be more proud!
Yeti SB bike of choice and why
Favorite race event
My favorite vintage Yeti racer is
The biggest risk I have taken
Something I always bring out on a ride
Wildest encounter out on trail was
Fact about me that surprises people
When I’m not out racing Enduro you may find me out doing
- BME U21 overall champion 2017
- BME 4th pro men overall 2019
- Northstar EWS U21 7th place, 3rd best american
- BME Big Sky 3rd place pro men
- Most awkward on the team as voted by my peers, massive honor
I’m pretty particular with just about everything on my bike. I run my tires a little higher pressure than most people with dh casing and Cush Core do, at 28 psi rear and 26 psi front. I like my suspension progressive with 3 tokens in the front and 1 in the rear. My settings are pretty similar to my teammates but I like my rebound a click or two more open than they do. My most particular part is my cockpit. I can’t stand not having things in my cockpit be asymmetric. Bars have to be straight, I run my bars super Chicago style, both brakes have to be at the same height and distance from the grip. If my bars get twisted in a crash or my brakes get thrown off I’ll make a buddy straighten it for me because if I do it I’ll spend hours on it.