Coming from Mechanicsville, MD is the #34 of Jarrett Frye. Jarrett had his best week at the Ranch this year staying consistent in all six motos, finishing 2nd overall in both Mini Sr 1 & 2. Jarrett does all of his training at MTF, where he plans to get ready for the Monster Cup in October. We caught up with Jarrett to see what he's been up to lately and what his plans are for the rest of the year.
after riding we go to the gym. We train 4 days out of the week Mon-Thursday and then we just have gym on Fridays and chill on the weekends. Since lorettas is over nothing really changes I will stay on the same program that I've been doing up until Monster Cup.
MP: Give us a recap on how your week went at Lorettas.
Jarrett Frye: I had a really good week and lorettas getting 2nd overall in both of my classes. I had like one really hot Moto in the afternoon but the others weren't to bad.
MP: Motocross can be hard on a rider both mentally and physically. what's the most challenging obstacle you face with racing?
Jarrett Frye: I think the nerves on the line. But when the gate drops its go time.
MP: What's your plans for the rest of this season, leading into next year?
Jarrett Frye: I plan on getting ready for monster energy cup in October and race that then go get ready for mini os.
MP: Besides racing, what other things do you like to do in your free time?
Jarrett Frye: I like to go fishing and play basketball in my free time. Sometimes we get a group of people at mtf and we go play basketball.
MP: Give a rundown on how this year has treated you so far.
Jarrett Frye: My year has gone pretty good so far. Not the best but definitely my best week at LL so I'll take it.
MP: Out of all the places you have rode before, where is your favorite place to ride?
Jarrett Frye :My favorite place to ride would be my hometown track budds creek.
MP: Finally, who would you like to thank for helping you out?
Jarrett Frye: I would like to thank Mtf, fmf, Factory connection, Greg Lynnk, Scott, and norsys consulting.