Different like a snow flake!
I am different from the other kids in my class. I am different because I am 32 years old. I have a wife, a child, two dogs, a career, car payments, and a mortgage. I guess that means I have experienced the real world.
Speaking of “the world”, I’ve seen quite a bit of it. I’ve been overseas to Europe and Australia a couple times, I’ve been around Canada as well.
I’ve been racing motorcycles since I was 6 and have ridden at the highest levels in local and regional competition as well as competing in numerous national championship events across the country.
I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and my father was president of the Tulsa Trail Riders during the 1994 International Six Days Enduro, which the TTR hosted along John Zink Ranch. This gave me full access to the event and so many great memories.
I’m different because when I was 18 years old and fresh out of high school I took a chance, and moved 5 hours away from home to start a job in a place I had never been to, doing something I had never done before. I survived, and I am stronger for it.