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Trey Canard (#41)

The current week’s rider spotlight is on youthful upstart Trey Canard, the most recent in a long queue of quick riders for American Honda Racing. Trey is the dashing pride of Oklahoma, as he was conceived in Elk City and keeps up habitation in Shawnee. After an effective spell on the Lites circuit, this is his first crusade with the enormous young men under the lights. Trey has what it takes and the psychological sturdiness to exceed expectations at this level, and patrons have arranged! Trey’s motocross protective cap and motocross equip from Fly Racing are as of now among the most well known available, as both were in plain view a year ago when Trey brought home the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Lites Motocross Championship.

Trey Canard is quick in all that he does, incorporating his ascent in the motocross world. As a youth he fundamentally hustled in his local Oklahoma and Texas before in the end getting the call. In 2007 after a neighborhood title, he was on a plane to come be a piece of AMA Pro Motocross at the Spring Creek office in Minnesota. From that point, he appreciated adapting to the genius positions in the last a long time of the ’07 season, settling in behind names like Villopoto, Townley and Metcalfe. What occurred next in 2008 is the stuff of legend. His first Pro presentation in Atlanta, among the stars of the Lites class, Trey took the holeshot and never thought back-winning the season opener. He at that point upheld it up the following two races with stunning wins, in the end cruising toward the East Lites Championship!

After damage tormented 2009, he returned solid in 2010. He put third in the West Lites. It was toward the finish of that crusade that he began feeling 100% again and it would demonstrate outside, as he commanded the field on the way to winning the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross title. For that exertion he got the lofty Monster Energy AMA Supercross Rising Star Award, and afterward rode for the successful Team USA at the Motocross of Nations. 2010 was every time of excellent accomplishment, and it was a simple decision for Trey to take this force to the huge stage in 2011.

Furthermore, the early comes back from his freshman season in the 450cc class are more than empowering. Simply off the platform in the opener at Anaheim 1, he went down his strong fourth place begin with a third in Phoenix. With a 6th in Oakland and a fifth place at Anaheim2, he’s assembling enough indicates make a keep running towards the finish of the year. Unmistakably, he has a place in headliners among the world’s ideal, and it will energize to perceive how he charges whatever is left of the season, and for a considerable length of time to come. So next time you’re viewing the lineup at the track, search for the motocross pullover “Canard, #41”- it ought to be towards the front of the pack.