Photography above provided by Simon Cudby

Since 2002, Josh has been riding dirt bikes with a dream of reaching the Professional level. This dream was accomplished in 2016 when he turned pro and he has been on the gas ever since, gaining experience and getting faster every step of the way.


Latest video

Video by Panic Rev Ministries & Dylan Brown

In his rookie 450 season Josh had some impressive rides, becoming very familiar with the the top twenty competitors in the nation. In this episode of BEYOND, we look at what keeps Josh grounded in chasing his goals as a racer. 


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Josh is a Southern California-based Pro Motocross racer. He turned Pro in May of 2016 and raced the entire Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at the age of 20 years old. Josh comes from a racing family and has years of experience in the motocross industry. He has been riding and racing since he was 6 years old. He grew up competing at all the major amateur nationals in the US such as Loretta Lynn’s, Monster Cup, Mini O’s, World Mini’s, Mammoth and Freestone to name a few. Josh was also selected to compete in the Junior World Championship apart of Team USA racing in France, Italy, Czech Republic and as the team manager in Bulgaria at only 16 years of age. Beyond the Junior World Championships, Josh has also raced in Indonesia, Argentina and Chile. In Josh’s rookie year of racing Pro Motocross he was one of the only privateers to qualify for all twelve races. 


The Facts

Age: 21

Hometown: Sebastopol, CA

Years riding: 15

Favorite National track: RedBud, Michigan

Hobbies: Mountain biking, Road biking, Hiking, Ping Pong, Basketball, Videography/Photography

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