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In this Father's Day Edition of Slow Baja, we talk to fifteen-year-old off-road racer Jax Redline. At two-years-old, he started riding a Yamaha PW50 dirt bike with training wheels. He was so fast, his father had to tie a rope to the bike to keep young Jax from racing away. By the time he was in kindergarten, he had competed at national events like the AMA Amateur Motorcross Championship at historic Loretta Lynn Ranch.
From that first 50cc motorcycle, Jax Redline rapidly moved up the racing, and horsepower ranks. From go-carts to mini-sprints to UTV's to his current mount, a 900HP Trophy Truck. It's safe to say young Jax Redline thrives on speed. To fill the void left in the racing calendar due to the Covid-19 situation, Jax Redline and his father Shane, have been in Baja keeping sharp and having fun riding dirt bikes. "I pretty much won the dad lottery!" Jax quickly admits. We agree. Enjoy the conversation and Happy Fathers Day.
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