I'm a software developer, motocross racer, and writer in Michigan. I work on Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) monitoring software at my day job. Beyond that, I'm training for the 2023 motocross season and writing about professional Supercross and motocross at MotoOnline.
Since late 2020, coding and motocross have been my primary focuses. It all came together in the second half of 2022, beginning with the start of my development career in July. In October, I lapped a motocross track for the first time in 13 years.
Now that the ball is rolling, 2023 is about determining where to take it all from here. I'm adhering to a rigorous weight and cardio training plan, intending to ride my dirt bike a ton this year, expanding my coding abilities, and sticking to many other healthy habits like reading to give myself the best shot at realizing my potential.
I'm finally doing what I should be, and things are fantastic.
Previously, I attended three dozen motorsports events across North America with media accreditation between 2015 and 2020 and published nearly 2,000 articles for a publication I co-founded called The Apex. However, my passion for the intersection of web design and content remains, and I have yet to totally find a way to channel it since. Writing here is likely a good start — perhaps 2023 is the year.
I try to have most things flow toward coding and motocross, but I also enjoy snowboarding, playing golf, playing drums, attending heavy metal concerts, and spending time with family and friends.