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W1Jordan Scott

BMX

Sponsors: Troy Lee Designs, Bike Shop, PPC Racing, VRP, Katro Racing, Bike Shop, Real Water, Answer, Intense tires, THE, LDC

birthdate:
6/17/2001
birthplace:
Henderson, NV
height:
4'7
residence:
Henderson, NV
weight:
95 lbs.

How did you get into BMX?
We saw an ABA National Race in Las Vegas and decided we liked it and wanted to try it. My mom and dad took me and my brother to Boulder BMX to try it out and we loved it.

How old were you when you started riding?
5 years old.

Where did you grow up?
Henderson, Las Vegas NV.

How did you first get introduced to TLD and/or Troy?
Through our local dealer, Red Seven.

How long have you been riding for TLD?
Since 2009.

Which TLD products are you using?
GP Pant, Gloves, D3 Helmet.

Do any athletes/riders influence or inspire your style?
I look up to Nathan Miller because he is very smooth and a good gate trainer.

What do you like to do when you're not riding?
When I’m not riding I like to hang out with my friends, swim, jump on my trampoline, and ride at skate parks.

What bands/music are you into?
I am into Hip Hop, Rock, Rap, and Pop. I like to play the piano, too.

List 3 goals you have for the upcoming season:
1. Jumping and manualing in more of my races.
2. Winning all the nationals up to ABA Grands.
3. Winning the ABA Grands.

List a few highlights of your career:
World #1 in 2011.
NAG (national age group) #1 in 2010.
National #6 in 2010.
State #1 in 2010.
State #1 2009.
District #1 in 2009.
State #1 in 2008.
District #1 2008.

What's your favorite race/event?
The BMX World Championship.

What's your idea of an epic day riding?
My idea of a epic day of riding is at 10:00 a.m, race/practice; 11:00 a.m, dirt jumping; 12:00, chill; 1:00, skate park; 3:00, swimming/trampoline; 5:00, dinner. That would be one epic day.

What's the best thing about being a BMX athlete?
It is super awesome riding all over the country and world. I am really popular in school and the community, and I love the level of competition.

If you weren't a BMX athlete, how would you want to spend your time?
I would probably play baseball. And I would be really crazy because if I didn’t BMX, I wouldn’t have anything to use my energy on.

If you were running things, what would you change about the industry?
I would let girls race boys at the local races so that I could have some competition and I could get faster.

Who would you like to thank?
My mom and dad, Troy Lee Designs, Deak Brown, Turnell Henry, the Bike Shop in Henderson NV for always hooking my bike up, all of my sponsors, and my team.

Any words of wisdom?
Try as hard as you can.