You Will Always Remember Your First Time!
I wasn't real clear of what actually had just occurred, but I did know that I was in
terrible pain. I laid beside the supercross track for at least 20 minutes answering the
questions of very eager Emergency Medical personnel.
"Leave me alone! I will be all right." I said to the medical guy that was tugging at
my chest protector.
If there is one thing that I can not stand is twenty medical people trying to take all
of your clothes off for a little cut or scrape. As I was put on a backboard and taken to the
ambulance I couldn't help wondering what had went wrong. All I remember seeing was
my body tumbling with my bike to an abrupt halt.
I laid in the ambulance for what seemed like days. All I could hear were engines
revving at high Rpm's and the roar of the crowd when someone styled for the crowd.
was very disheartening to know that I was in the back of an Ambulance at my first
professional supercross. The only thing I could do was play the past events over and over
in my head.
I couldn't believe it as I looked at a shiny gold and silver card. This card signified
all of the rights and privileges of a professional supercrosser. Now I would have the right
to race with the worlds best.
"Dad look it finally came!" I shouted.
My dad looked at me with silly grin and said "Well you knew it was coming, you
won your 25th race last month."
As I stood there with a smile bigger than the sun on my face I said "I know but I
am still excited about it. Just think I will...