Good memories!

A good friend of mine Will Topete for years now sent me this photo from 06 Supercross. It brings back so many memories. I would stay at Ken Johnson’s house for years while racing the west coast series. There was a time at the end of the two stroke era where I was still riding a cr250 2 stroke! Man it sounds so good! I actually have this video from practicing on it out there. Sounds so sick! Then shortly after MC and I were both talking about the bike at track walk at one of the Anaheim rounds. Coincidentally we both showed up on 450s the next weekend and were laughing about it. The bike was fun to ride but was a disadvantage against the four strokes. Good times and memories. Thanks for the pic Will!


Texas Winter Series at Freestone

This past weekend I raced up at the Freestone. It was the last round of the Texas Winter Series. At the last minute I had my suspension done for outdoors. Come to find out sunday morning, it felt a bit firm… I called up the Junk Man and he said they didnt have the springs they needed for my suspension. So I just had to run it. Well…. I was a pussy, shit was so stiff I couldnt hang on more than 3-4 laps! Definitely looking forward to getting it corrected! Keith Demele over at TxMotocross took some great photos of the event. Check em out there is a few of me in there!

Clayton Miller

Monster Energy Supercross

Went out today to test my bike a bit before the Monster Energy Supercross series starts this weekend. The track was built by Vernon Mckiddie, he will be racing the East Coast Lites class. Thanks to the Drennan family for letting him build a track for us local pros to be able to ride in Houston! Well be getting some more photos and video of the track soon. It was a good day of riding with a bunch of guys. Vernon Mckiddie, Kelly Smith, Kevin Johnson, and a couple other local guys too. Looking forward to riding tomorrow! It was nice to get some riding time in with the wet weather. We’ll post some more stuff up soon!

The Drennan Supercross track

Vernon doing some work