Hometown: Indianapolis, IN
Invented: Leap of faith (switch footed Karl cruiser to a jump landing in a wheel chair glide). Kung Pow (inside circle K turbine to bike pivot to hitchhiker).
Started Riding: 1984
First BMX Bike: Schwinn Streetwise
Bike he is riding now: KGB Psychonecta
What got him into riding: 1985 Haro show at Eastgate Consumer Mall
Who did he start riding with: Cousin Ben, Roman Schiavarelli, Bill Nitschke, Perry Mervar, and Steve Mulder
Favorite riding spot: A secret location by the canal in downtown Indianapolis & a parking garage called Grey Skull.
First show: In 1986 at a fair in Linton, IN. on a stage.
First International Competition: King of Flatland in Columbus, OH in 1987
First choice for job after BMX: Own a Bed & Breakfast in the mountains.
Biggest Accomplishment with BMX: Winning the Amateur Title in the ESPN/Hoffman Bicycle Stunt Series in 1989.
Craziest Trick ever attempted: 720 lake jump
Favorite Quotes: “Spin the bars”