Victorian Taylor Potter knows exactly what it takes to pursue a dream. Two years ago, as a privateer rider, he sold everything he had just to go and compete in the biggest and most competitive supercross competition in the world ‰ÛÒ the AMA Supercross in the United States.
The 25-year-old electrician, from Warranwood in Melbourne, sold literally everything: his house, car, television, even the shirt off his back, just to scrounge enough money to be able to compete in an entire season overseas. Now, he won‰Ûªt have to.
The aspiring professional rider has just secured a ride with KMP Honda Racing and will compete in this year‰Ûªs ADAC Supercross Series in Germany in November.
‰ÛÏIt‰Ûªs a weird feeling. Everything‰Ûªs paid for. I don‰Ûªt have to worry about anything, expect of course the racing. It‰Ûªs going to be a bit different from doing it all myself but I‰Ûªm really looking forward to it,‰Û