Meet Jamie Bosecker. She is an 8th grader who lives in Rockport, Indiana and is leading the MSXC racing series in points! Jamie has only been racing a little over a year.
Jamie inherited the racing bug from her Dad, Tim who used to race.
Jamie was a spectator at first but then decided she wanted to begin racing. She raced for the first time at the EV Moto Complex in Lynnville, Indiana on a KLX140 and came in 4th place. She currently rides a CRF150 R on a wet track and a KX 100 when it’s dry. Jamie prefers the power of the KX100. She says she’s fastest while riding the KX100 Jamie races year round because she competes in three different series (SIGPS, MSXC and MWXC). Usually, there are between 400 and 500 riders at the races she attends. The farthest Jamie has travelled to race was to historic Loretta Lynn’s ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. Although she is out of town racing every other weekend, Jamie still finds time to maintain Honor Roll status and play on the school basketball team.
She rides in the girls class but has ran motocross with boys. Jamie enjoys being challenged while racing against the boys. She insists the competition pushes her to go faster.
Jamie is a hands-on rider who works on her own bikes with her Dad’s help.
She told us that her current goal is to win the points. She isn’t looking too far into the future but wants to race as long as she can. Goodluck Jamie. We’ll be rooting for you!