In 2013, the amateur motocross community was introduced to a blazing fast young man by the name of Jerry Robin. In case you aren't familiar with the name, Jerry Robin is the kid who absolutely stuck it to his competition while racing a 1985 model Honda CR250, a bike over a decade older than himself. However, there is much more to Jerry than meets the eye...he's got as much personality as his trusty '85 two-stroke. Refusing to be held back by older bikes and budgetary constraints, Robin worked his way to each event and left it all out on the track earning himself support directly from factory Honda. Fast forward to 2015: Jerry is now back on the privateer train fighting once again to make his way back into the national race scene.
Jerry Robin: Mini O's 2012 was a great week for me actually! I got my pins pulled from my thumb two days before Mini O's and I told my parents I wanted to go just for the heck of it. I think because I finally had a good mindset and no pressure I truly raced to the best I could and I left with my first moto win at a national in the Schoolboy class! It's crazy how your mindset can change your result. Like the first time I busted out the 1985, I didn't have a 250 and I decided to race B class last second. People loved it and it was great!