Coconut Creek, Florida based Ramyller Alves has been on everyone's radar for quite a while now.
After a string of impressive rides through the 85 and supermini ranks, Alves continued his strong finishes the following season on big bikes. Now a year smarter, wiser, and faster, Ramyller is gunning for the top spot once again going 100 percent into the new race season...putting in OT, over time, not off time. With experiences all across the moto board and a strong program behind him, Ramyller is confident in his ability to put the number 222 Yamaha back on top once again this year.
MP: Where have you been riding to prepare for the upcoming season? Tell us about what you're doing to get ready to fight for the top spot in 2015?
Ramyller Alves: I've been riding at Miami MX with my trainer Nicolas Stankov, he's been a big part of my program! We've been working really hard together to get me confident and comfortable. Working on everything from Motos, sprints, starts, to corners.