Team Riders

 Full Factory Offroad owner and racer Bryan Penney.  Bryan has been riding and racing for over 30 years.  He has earned Pro rankings in Motocross, an RMEC Championship, Pro Supermoto Status, a Silver Medal in the ISDE and the current T3RG Civilian Top Gun Sportbike Challenge champion.  Bryan doesn't race as much anylonger but can be found here and there at the local tracks.                     

Full Factory Offroad owner and racer Bryan Penney.  Bryan has been riding and racing for over 30 years.  He has earned Pro rankings in Motocross, an RMEC Championship, Pro Supermoto Status, a Silver Medal in the ISDE and the current T3RG Civilian Top Gun Sportbike Challenge champion.  Bryan doesn't race as much anylonger but can be found here and there at the local tracks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 Rick Emerson has been around the riding and racing scene for years.  He is an Olympic Skier, Cat 1 XC Mountain Bike racer as well as super fast on an Offroad Bike.  Rick finished the 2014 season 3rd Overall in the RMEC which gets him AA status for 2015.  He is currently in the top 10 in the Texas State Championship Series as well.  Keep an eye out for Rick on his Full Factory 300XC at the RMEC Events, TSCEC as well as select NEPG rounds, ISDE Qualifies and local Motocross and Harescrambles on his KTM 450 Factory.

Rick Emerson has been around the riding and racing scene for years.  He is an Olympic Skier, Cat 1 XC Mountain Bike racer as well as super fast on an Offroad Bike.  Rick finished the 2014 season 3rd Overall in the RMEC which gets him AA status for 2015.  He is currently in the top 10 in the Texas State Championship Series as well.  Keep an eye out for Rick on his Full Factory 300XC at the RMEC Events, TSCEC as well as select NEPG rounds, ISDE Qualifies and local Motocross and Harescrambles on his KTM 450 Factory.

 Brad Haskell started racing motocross as a result of his dad. He went to watch him race and one day they decided to bring his bike. The thrill just being there was enough to get him out there and signed up for his first race. Once they did that it became a father, son activity where they could relate and his father could teach Brad….that was just the start! Now you can find Brad ripping up the CORCS series with his 2nd place Pro finish for the 2015 season or out at the MX track sending it!

Brad Haskell started racing motocross as a result of his dad. He went to watch him race and one day they decided to bring his bike. The
thrill just being there was enough to get him out there and signed up for his first race. Once they did that it became a father, son activity where they could relate and his father could teach Brad….that was just the start! Now you can find Brad ripping up the CORCS series with his 2nd place Pro finish for the 2015 season or out at the MX track sending it!

 Karl Brown has had a passion for two wheels ever since he ditched his bicycle training wheels at age three.  He added a motor at age four and raced his first CORCS race at five, taking home first place and astounded his parents.  Karl is in his sixth season racing CORCS and second season of RMXA D-25 Motocross.  Last year, Karl took home second in both series in the 65cc 7-9 class.  Karl loves to race, whether on skis or dirt bikes.  He has built many important friendships and has learned a few awesome life lessons.  His goal for the 2016 season is to take first in both race series, and have fun riding and exploring the trails around Salida with his family.   

Karl Brown has had a passion for two wheels ever since he ditched his bicycle training wheels at age three.  He added a motor at age four and raced his first CORCS race at five, taking home first place and astounded his parents.  Karl is in his sixth season racing CORCS and second season of RMXA D-25 Motocross.  Last year, Karl took home second in both series in the 65cc 7-9 class.  Karl loves to race, whether on skis or dirt bikes.  He has built many important friendships and has learned a few awesome life lessons.  His goal for the 2016 season is to take first in both race series, and have fun riding and exploring the trails around Salida with his family.

 

 Austin McCurry

Austin McCurry

Support Riders

 Kyle Kaska

Kyle Kaska

 Warren Chick

Warren Chick

 
 Brian Davis

Brian Davis

  Luke Bender is 19 years old and was raised in the great state of Colorado in the town of Berthoud.  In the beginning years on two wheels  he road BMX at local tracks in northern Colorado at the age of 11. After a couple years in BMX I knew I needed more speed, at this point dirt bikes came into my life. My first season was at the age of 14 where I began racing the VDR hair scrambles and Rocky Mountain Enduro Circuit.  Luke is a great soccer player, played varsity and began playing at Jamestown University.  He knew his true love was motorcycles so he moved back and is now going to school at Front Range Comminuty College and working as a plumber 3 days a week and racing and riding as much as possible. Luke will competing in the 250 A class in the RMEC, CORCS, selct WEBE evens and wherever else He can.  Luke's goal for 2015 is to win and become a AA rider for 2016!

Luke Bender is 19 years old and was raised in the great state of Colorado in the town of Berthoud.  In the beginning years on two wheels  he road BMX at local tracks in northern Colorado at the age of 11. After a couple years in BMX I knew I needed more speed, at this point dirt bikes came into my life. My first season was at the age of 14 where I began racing the VDR hair scrambles and Rocky Mountain Enduro Circuit.  Luke is a great soccer player, played varsity and began playing at Jamestown University.  He knew his true love was motorcycles so he moved back and is now going to school at Front Range Comminuty College and working as a plumber 3 days a week and racing and riding as much as possible. Luke will competing in the 250 A class in the RMEC, CORCS, selct WEBE evens and wherever else He can.  Luke's goal for 2015 is to win and become a AA rider for 2016!

 
 Brianna Hochnadel has been riding since she was 4 and racing since she was 6. Brianna's dad and her went to the track every Sunday and it became a ritual and still is 17 years later. Brianna got her pro license right when she turned 16 and raced the WMX class at the Thunder Valley National. Throughout the years she has continued to ride but not race as much as she would have liked to. Brianna decided it was time for a change and wanted to race CORCS and fell in love with it. Her goal throughout the next couple years is to get comfortable with hare scrambles/enduros and eventually race the GNCC circuit.

Brianna Hochnadel has been riding since she was 4 and racing since she was 6. Brianna's dad and her went to the track every Sunday and it became a ritual and still is 17 years later. Brianna got her pro license right when she turned 16 and raced the WMX class at the Thunder Valley National. Throughout the years she has continued to ride but not race as much as she would have liked to. Brianna decided it was time for a change and wanted to race CORCS and fell in love with it. Her goal throughout the next couple years is to get comfortable with hare scrambles/enduros and eventually race the GNCC circuit.

 Jake Ingram has grown up on two wheels, from racing the PW 50 in the peewee class to launching dirt jumps with the neighborhood kids. Jake has grown up chasing his older brother Zach Ingram (ex factory racer) on dirt bikes. Throughout the years Jake has competed in the GNCC series, National Enduros in the 200 A class, and other regional/ local series in the AA class. After staking his claim in his native state of Arkansas, taking many podium finishes in the AA class, Jake has moved to Fort Collins, CO to study at Colorado State University. Jake has a strong passion for the sport, competitive nature, and friendly personality. At just 20 years old, he co-owns an Outdoor Brand called Mountain Dreamers which he plans to infuse into his racing program by collaborating with major industry brands, like Full Factory Off-road. Jake is now a top 5 contender in RMEC and CORCS races in the AA class. Keep an eye out for this young gun laying it down on his YZ 250 2 stroke and his Suzuki RMZ450R.

Jake Ingram has grown up on two wheels, from racing the PW 50 in the peewee class to launching dirt jumps with the neighborhood kids. Jake has grown up chasing his older brother Zach Ingram (ex factory racer) on dirt bikes. Throughout the years Jake has competed in the GNCC series, National Enduros in the 200 A class, and other regional/ local series in the AA class. After staking his claim in his native state of Arkansas, taking many podium finishes in the AA class, Jake has moved to Fort Collins, CO to study at Colorado State University. Jake has a strong passion for the sport, competitive nature, and friendly personality. At just 20 years old, he co-owns an Outdoor Brand called Mountain Dreamers which he plans to infuse into his racing program by collaborating with major industry brands, like Full Factory Off-road. Jake is now a top 5 contender in RMEC and CORCS races in the AA class. Keep an eye out for this young gun laying it down on his YZ 250 2 stroke and his Suzuki RMZ450R.

 Michael Smith

Michael Smith

 
 Blake Donatelli

Blake Donatelli