Yamaha bLU cRU athlete, Jordan Jarvis has been putting the hammer down, going to the gym and getting as much seat time as she can to prepare herself to dominate at regionals where she will earn her ticket to this years premiere amateur motocross national held at Loretta Lynn's Dude Ranch. The #30 bike has her sights on the number 1 plate, and she's not stoping until she wins. We caught up with Jordan to see what she's been up to lately and what her goals are for the rest of this year.
MP: Talk about your last race and how it went overall
Jordan Jarvis: I was recently in Vegas for the Arenacross National Championship. I won the girls 7-13 class. 2nd in Women’s, I made a pass and lead for a short time and battled back and forth. Even being the only one on a supermini, it was a great race! I also ran Supermini and the Dominator class. I finished okay in both, but not where I wanted. A bad start in the Dominator class and a crash in the Supermini kept me off the podium. The last 2 weekends were LL Area Qualifiers. First was at Elizabeth City MX. In Supermini 1 first Moto had a bad start finished 9th overall, in Supermini 2 I was 7th, girls 12-16 I was 1st and Women's 14+ I was 1st. Sunday was a rainy day but mud races are so much fun!!! This past weekend I was at North Carolina Motorsports Park for another Area qualifier. I got 5th in schoolboy 1, and a 1st in Women's 14+. The women's race I still have a nasty bruise. In the first turn of the 2nd Moto, I went down, was run over and had a bike stuck on top of me. I was on a mission after I finally was able to get up and going. They shortened the laps but I was determined... I worked my way past some of the vet riders and past the women in the class to get 1st.