Sunday, July 26, 2009

Speed School X

My old buddy Cowboy Kenny and I had the opportunity to do the Speed School X experience in Irwindale, CA a couple of months ago.  We had a killer time and actually learned a lot more than we expected (as we have both done several schools in the past and are cocky FMX riders that think we know it all anyways).

Don't have a cow man......  We even got to meet Mrs. Nancy Cartwright, the Celebrity Voice of Bart Simpson, whom is an avid racing fan and supporter of Sped School X!

I was beyond impressed with the entire program from start to finish and I can't wait to go back!

Check out the video!

Catching up

I've been trying to put a minute or two into my vid skills.  Unfortunately I can never seem to find the time because i am a million miles a minute trying to keep the pace of life.  Heres a vid I put together from an amazing experience I had at the Red Bull Air Race in San Diego a couple of months ago.


Friday, May 8, 2009

The latest and greatest.
Well everyone, it's been a while since my last update.  i've definitely been pretty slammed with riding, business and plain nonsense, but the show must go on.  I'm gonna get a bit cheezy on this post and throw in some others works', so don't be mad at me.  It's better than nothing right?

I've been on a few adventures this past bit, but the best have been the ones to the baseball field to see my sons tear it up.  Nate has been one of the Key players on his team (which are leading their division) and Josh has been giving a strong effort at his coach pitch games.  Nothing makes me happier than to see them  give a strong effort and improve every time they play. 

Since I last wrote, I have actually moved from my sweet spot in Fallbrook (due to crappy county sound regulations and a crap economy).  Despite being bummed about the move, my attitude is to make the best of the situation and I think that is happening.  I have now set up my riding spot and 1onWon training facility at the new Pala raceway in North San Diego County.  It is an awesome track and has what i feel to be the best dirt in southern California.  I think I have hit a Grand Slam by teaming up with Pala Raceway.  I really have a lot of faith in the place  attached are a couple of action shots of yours truly turning laps out there.  You can check out their info @ . And of course my training info @
.  So until next time, behave yourselves.  I'll be getting prepped up for what I hope to be an Epic Summer filled with cool trips with my sons, huge quarterpipes in Chicago and Gold Medals at L.A. X-Games.

check it.  rr

Good morning America.

Night Rider.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

I'm Baaaaack

You can't get rid of me that easy!  C'mon now.

I guess I was a bit Blogged out for a while.  But I'm stoked to be back on here doing some work and hustlin'.  I've done a lot since the last blog and I have to say that I am definitely bummed that I haven't stayed on top of documenting at least some of my travels.

Anyhow, the time is now and i'm on a mission trying to work harder than ever to Entertain you people.  It's a tough job, but someone's gotta do it!

Heres a video that I put a lot of work into the last day. (mostly cause I'm still learning, not because it's good!) 

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

The NEW Knight Rider!

Well, my little buddy Georgie Fechter from Masters of Dirt in Austria called me and mentioned that he was putting together a car to drive the rally and asked if I wanted to drive some of it.  Before i even found out it was KITT, I said yes I would drive some if my schedule allowed it.  Then he mentioned that he was going to do it in one of the original Knight Rider cars, I told myself I HAD to do it.  unfortunately I was only able to drive 1 day due to my crazy schedule, b ut let me tell you, I made the most of it.  The MOD crew allowed me to drive the 2nd days leg from LA to San Diego.  I showed up in Hollywood the night before I got to drive and coincidentally ran into the MOD/Fuel Girls crew just 200ft from the 101 and Hollywood Blvd split, where KIT decided to take a siesta.  I was treated to helping push the 1982 Trans Am almost 2.5 miles to the rendezvous point near all the tourist crap.  I figured the next day would be a hell of an adventure and I wasn't disappointed!  The first drive to checkpoint 1 was cake from Hollywood to Huntington Beach, but once we left the beach it was a mad dash south to the next checkpoint in Carlsbad, CA about 70 miles away.  I found myself sitting behind KIT doing around 120 in the middle of at least 15-20 luxurious sportscars.  It was insane to say the least.  by the time we wheeled into Downtown San Diego, KIT was on his last strut.  I think the HOFF has been replaced by the REN-Diesel! (yes I just gave myself a nickname, hahaha)  I cant wait to do it again next year!  And hopefully for at least a couple more days.

drive on...rr

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Hooked on Making Vids

New Video.... I'm hooked!

seriously, I can't get enough of my GoPro.  I have so much footage already that I don't know where to start.  So, naturally i went back to my favorite gig of the Summer.  It was a lot of trial, error and straight up time to make it to 59' 2" on that darn 1/4pipe .... And about exactly the same amount of mental effort went into editing this video up.  I know its a bit cheeseball, but I'm happy with it.  Let me know what you think!..

Monday, August 18, 2008

One Crazy Summer!

No time to start chatting, but I was messing around on a flight the other day and made this little poster up.  I figure its a good stall tactic!  I think the term "One Crazy Summer" sums it up. Also, take a gander at this link to see the progress of the GoPro Hero cam.  I'm having so much fun with the thing!