Jeremy began his motorcycle career in 2001 racing motocross, then began his transition in to flat track racing in 2004. Over the last six years of flat track racing, Jeremy has consistently displayed dedication in learning the sport, improving on his riding technique, and setting a precedent of consistently displaying confidence, control, focus, and talent on and off the track. In 2010, Jeremy transitioned from the Amateur ranks to compete in his first year of the AMA Pro J&P Cycles Pro Singles Championship. Jeremy finished in 16th place overall in the points race which included 72 different racers. Additionally, spanning the 2007-2009 seasons, Jeremy attained 24 Amateur Championships as well as participated in over 200 races. This type of success, dedication, exposure and competitiveness further proves his ability and desire to attain a professional motorcycle racing career.
Only started one race where he finished 13th at Knoxville.
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