Originally from the East Coast, Jocelin has been enjoying motorcycling for over 30 years. She purchased her first motorcycle, a Kawasaki KDX80 with money from her paper route when she was 12 years old and she never rolled off the throttle since.
Jocelin did some East Coast club racing that led her to pro status and eventually on to California to pursue her AMA 250GP racing career. She has worn many hats in the motorcycle world including Crew chief and lead mechanic for a pro race team, parts department and general manager at motorcycle shops and even helped Alpinestars develop a women’s race glove and off road boots. Jocelin owned and operated a riding school for 7 years, teaching kids and adults how to ride.
Jocelin worked to help develop and market the electric motorcycle and was featured riding the Zero electric bike on a TV show, “Ride to Adventure”. She has owned many motorcycles from Ninja 750’s to the KTM RC8 1190. Jocelin lives for Adventure, having toured Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland and Austria by motorcycle.
She has led various multi-day tours in California, Utah and Colorado. She currently has a packed stable of rides, enjoying trail riding, street riding, supermoto, dual sport, motorcross and of course adventure riding. “We can’t add years to our life,” says Jocelin, “but we can certainly add life to our years!”
Tom grew up a bmx kid with a fearless little brother that pushed him to improve through the sibling rivalry instinct. as with many, bmx transitioned naturally to motorcycles. Tom learned many of lifes lessons in physics and mechanical engineering because ‘kid’ bikes dont hold up well to bmx shennanigans.
In 1998 Tom got a plated xr400 and that opened the door to the world of dual sport challenges and off road adventure that dont share the celebrity fanfare of supercross, but can be enjoyed by everyone. A 2003 upgrade to a ktm exc 525 elevated the levels of fun across the chart, and took him to many amazing places domestic and abroad. With those experiences Tom achieved some feathers of pride for his hat. Major moto magazines have published Tom’s words, he has helped to develop products for top motorcycle related companies, and volunteered at moto-introductory events helping begginners. This (off) road has led to meeting many folks in the motorcycle community who would desscribe Tom as a nice guy, and who he is proud to call friends. He’s looking forward to continuing the chase with his new scooter, a hard-to-believe-its-legal 2016 husqvarna 501.