- Hometown: Chicago, IL
Q and A
Q: What‘s the wildest thing you have ever done?
A: I’ve jumped out of planes, grinded big rails, jumped big gaps but the wildest thing I ever did was learn the lyrics to a Kesha song. Wait, should I be admitting that? Oops.
Q: What was your most embarrassing moment? See above :)
A: Everyone has quirks, what are yours? I always wash my right hand before my left, it’s important for handshakes. I also put hotsauce on everything and i mean everything. I’m obsessed.
Q: What would your friends say your best/worst qualities are?
A: My best would be that i’m always doing something fun and my worst would be that i’m always busy. I guess both of those go hand in hand.
Q: If you could have any super power what would it be?
A: I’d love to be able to turn into any animal I wanted to be. Imagine being a hippo for a day, wouldn’t that rule?
Q: If you could be any cartoon charter who would it be and why?
A: I’ve always been a fan of Popeye and I love spinach so it all works out. I’m not sure Olive Oil is my type though so that might be a problem.
Q: What is your favorite Country to visit and why?
A: I really liked Russia and China. Both places are very different from the U.S. so they were such a great learning experience and the people were nice. New Zealand was beautiful though so that’s tough to match.
Q: How do you eat Oreo’s?
A: I just maul them in one bite. Straight to business.
Q: If you won a million dollars in the lottery what would you do with it?
A: I would probably build a few new rails at The Bakery.
Q: What would you do for a Klondike bar?
A: Whatever it took.
Q: Do you like blondes or brunettes?
A: I have to go with brunettes on this one. Suzi is a brunette.
Q: What was the first car you owned and how did you get it?
A: It was a beat up Oldsmobile. A hand-me-down from my grandparents. You can’t turn down a free car! I was 16 and it was perfect for roadtrips. Fuzzy steering wheel and all.
Q: When did you realize you want to be a pro athlete?
A: I used to want to be in the NHL when I was a wee little lad. Once I found BMX I didn’t want to be pro but I knew that I loved riding and wanted to do it for the rest of my life if I could. I guess things just fell into place. I love it when things work out perfectly like that. I’m very fortunate.