I am a competitive person by nature. Regardless of what it may be, I always strive to be the best.
I grew up riding dirtbikes, but gave it up when I was about 12 or so. It was just too big a cost for my parents to incur. When I moved to Arizona, a friend and I were chatting and I brought up how much I loved riding dirtbikes. One thing led to another, and that weekend I was out on his CR230 riding yet again. I bet I fell a dozen times (riding on decomposed granite is similar to riding on ice), but I kept getting up, dusting myself off, and kicked a leg over to do it all again. Yeah, I was stubborn, but man it was fun.
Within a month, I bought my own dirtbike, and it fit me and my riding style perfectly. It was fast, forgiving, and lightweight enough to throw around in the corners. I was hooked. I rode every single weekend, striving to get better every time I went out. I had to really stay focused because I was getting faster and more brazen. As I got better and better, I had this idea that I would like to race. So off I went to join Arizona Motorcycle Racing Association.
Trust me when I tell you that racing dirtbikes is not for the faint of heart. It’s one of the most strenuous and physically demanding sports ever. There are around 12 races across Arizona, ranging from mountains to motocross tracks to open desert. Each race for the class I was was 60 minutes, which means you rode at full race pace for 1 hour. I learned to look ahead, look through the turns, pick smoother lines, anticipate the unexpected, adpt on the fly, to ride my own race, and when to slow my roll and relax. I also learned that I had to use strategy and not just twist the throttle for an hour. I finished 1st that year.
I took what I learned racing and applied that to owning my own business and working with clients.
I love owning my own business as much as I loved racing. The thrill. The challenge. The feeling of relief and exhilaration as you cross the finish line. So if you are looking for someone that will get you across the finish line in 1st place, Broadmore is ready to help.