"Less planning and more riding! Get out and do it!"
Location: Sparta, NC
Motorcycles I own: Triumph Tiger 1050, Honda XR650L, Husky TE300, KTM 990
Places I ride most often: Race Virginia Championship Hare Scrambles Series, Doe Mountain, Kairos Motorcycle Resort, Brushy Mountain Motorsports Park, Brown Mountain OHV, Graham Jarvis’ Jarvisland Spain Compound, Regional Rallies, Trans America Train in 2021, Local / regional back roads.
Mosko Luggage I currently own: Reckless 80, Backcountry 35L Pannier Kit, Molle 4L Storage Pouch, Fatty Tool Roll, Backcountry 30L Duffle, Nomad Tank Bag.
Mosko Apparel I currently own: Basilisk Jacket, Basilisk Pants.
Motorcycle Groups/Clubs I participate in: VCHSS, ADV Rider, I Love Single Track, North Carolina Trail Riders, Honda XR650L Riders Group, Atlantic Canada Hard Enduro, Smokey Mountains 500, Honda XR650L, Vintage MX Dirt Bikes, We Ride North Carolina, East Tennessee Dirt Bike Riders, East TN Single Track.
What makes me want to be involved with the ADV Riding community: I enjoy the riding but I love the people I get to meet and interact with.
Why have I chosen Mosko Moto over other brands: I first saw Mosko Moto gear when I rode with Ecuador Freedom Bike Rentals. Was impressed with their quality and thoughtful design and engineering. Immediately upon my return researched them and made contact. Out of the ten guys that went to Ecuador, I believe seven ended up buying a Mosko setup!
Bio: I live in the mountains of North-Central North Carolina and am a United States Army veteran. I’ve had the opportunity to travel, race, or dual sport on four continents. Moto people rock! My earliest passion was motocross, and racing hare scrambles remains a passion even now. Technical dirt riding, hard enduro, is another facet that I love, and I’m good friends with The GOAT, Graham Jarvis, and help with his schools in the states and Spain. In 2021, I completed a bucket list item by riding The Trans American Trail from NC to OR. 32 Days/5600 miles on an XR650L. An amazing experience that I highly recommend.
Less planning and more riding. Get out and do it!