Hey Jeremy! How’s 2018 kicking
off for you? You haven’t had a chance to ride many contests this year, want to
tell us what’s been going on with you? We know some big and exciting things
have just recently happened for you….
2018 has been amazing so far. Yes, I have not made an appearance at any contests yet because I am getting myself in the top physical
shape with a new mindset for this year to prepare for the FISE World Series and
many others. I also was blessed with the birth of my son, Cambren, with my beautiful
girlfriend Ashley. A soon to be shredder! I've been spending some quality time
with him while he’s young!
What do you have planned
for this upcoming year?
I have a lot of plans to travel to all the 5 stops of FISE around the world, as well as Extreme Barcelona, Nitro World Games and X-Games!
Do you have a trip
planned for this season that you’re most excited about?
I’m most excited about the Barcelona trip. The city is
beautiful and the crowd is amazing as well as I get to spend time with my brother
who lives there!
Do you have any
contest rituals or superstitions?
Before a contest I usually am calm and try to stay focused, but as far as rituals my Dad and I always hold 3 fingers up symbolizing “I love
you,” which is something we have done since I was young, whether he is there in the crowd
or watching the live stream! Also, I ride
with my ring from my girlfriend on my belt loop as good luck and I’ve done it
every single day, so it’s a big thing to me!
What does a typical
day look like to you?
I wake up and do a workout of pushups, sit-ups and pull ups, followed by a run or bike ride, then make breakfast and my girlfriend and I
take our son down to the lake and we go on a little ride down by the lake which
you can see on my insta stories from time to time! I then get a session at the
park 2 times throughout the day and then finally I relax with my family and end
my night with another workout before bed!
What music are you
usually riding out to?
I rarely ride to music but if I do its rap or reggae!
You just got moved up
to General this year, the highest ranking in the Monster Army, what does that
mean to you?
I honestly had no idea until I saw this question so I’m
pretty blown away! I just started my career in BMX, two short years ago, so to see
this it really shows that the work has paid off and I’m honored to be involved
with such an amazing company!
What advice would you give to younger athletes out there,
just getting started in our ranks?
If you enjoy something, no matter what it is, just give it your
all and never give up! To be the best you must first become your best, so
believe in yourself, push yourself, and remember to always have fun and the
results will show! Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t do something!
Any last thank you or
Huge shout-out to Monster for always taking such amazing
care of me from the start and everyone behind the scenes, Christopher, Olivia,
and all the hard workers! I’ve worked with some amazing people, I’m blessed to
call friends as well! Also, to my parents and my amazing little family Ashley
and Cambren for their constant support!