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Rich Winkler, Founder - Dirt Wurx USA
Rich Winkler founded DIRT WURX U.S.A. in 1990. He is a former AMA professional rider with over 30 years experience in Motocross racing, Motocross and Supercross event production, and racetrack design and construction. Over the years his company, DIRT WURX U.S.A. has demonstrated the ability to design and construct race courses that are safe but challenging to riders ranging in skill from local sportsman to world class professionals, while at the same time being exciting and spectacular to the paying fans. www.dirtwurx.com
Mike Lafferty, Pro Enduro Racer - Husaberg
After spending 15 years as a Factory KTM rider, Mike is starting a new chapter with Husaberg (owned by KTM). The eight-time National Enduro Champion, three-time ISDE Gold Medalist and 2003 AMA Athlete of the Year is confident that the Husaberg has what it takes to win championships. He made the switch in October and has already started racing local events in preparation for the January 31st series opener. www.husaberg.com
Chris O'Neal, Mechanic, Freestyle and Videographer
Chris has had an interesting career working as a motorcycle mechanic, then getting into freestyle motocross, photo journalism and now focusing on video and film development. He won a Freestyle MX event in 1999. He also created the DVD videos "Out of Control" and "Fracture Point". His new venture is Privateer MX TV. www.privateermxtv.com
Doug Henry was a three-time AMA Motocross national champion in the 1990s. He was on the leading edge of a revolution in professional motocross racing by becoming the first prominent rider to race four-stroke machines in national competition against a sea of traditional two-stroke motorcycles. Just a few years after Henry became the first four-stroke rider in AMA Motocross history to win a national championship in 1998, AMA Motocross Championship racing would become almost exclusively the domain of four-stroke bikes. After retiring from motocross full-time, Henry went on to become one of the leading Supermoto riders in the world winning the X Games Gold in 2005. www.motorcyclemuseum.org/halloffame/hofbiopage.asp?id=377
Joe is coming off his first full year as the factory Aprilia Street Stunt rider competing on the 2009 Aprilia Shiver. He turned in his best results at the XDL Series in Indy where he placed 2nd in the Speed and Strength Sickest Trick event and finished out the weekend entertaining the fans at the MotoGP. Joe was also part of the show at the Ace Café event in England where there were 80,000 fans to cheer him on. When Joe is not competing in street stunt events, or flying around the world to entertain motorcycle enthusiasts he can be found at the Lights, Motors, Action Extreme Stunt Show at MGM Studios where he is one of the motorcyclists in the stunt show. www.joevertical.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LpBFkqj90g
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