Chaz | Pacific Raceway Motocross

Yes.  This is DIRT on his teeth.  And up his nose. And probably caked under the 7 layers of protective riding gear he was wearing that day.  Chaz was one of the original youth kids when Shaun & I started volunteering at Destiny City Church.  He was one of the kids we would have run around the house at the end of the night because he had so much energy.  Chaz and the Taylor boys if my memory is serving me correctly…

He has been involved in Moto for years and years…the race I was able to attend was the first local race in a long time, so he had a full cheering section.  Believe me, there is some serious dedication to these Motocrosser’s.  It was raining all day long.  It was raining so badly that the rain seeped through my rainboots, into my soul and I am still trying to dry out. But these kids and families have so much fun doing what they love.  The camping, the mud, the campfires and bad coffee from the concession stand.  These are the memories that Chaz will tell his grandchildren about when he is old and gray and has long since hung up his racing helmet.

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Some of these little guys out here were as young as 4…FOUR YEARS OLD.  Yes, you are reading that correctly.  4.   Mad props to the Motomom’s out there ~ there is NO way I could do it. PINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPIN

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  • April 19, 2013 - 5:50 pm

    Pat Ryan - Awesome story, you could easily write for one the moto mags. Racerx, transworld, etcReplyCancel

  • April 20, 2013 - 12:47 am

    Pat Ryan - What an awesome story, you have captured the momentReplyCancel

  • April 20, 2013 - 2:40 am

    Kurt Snyder - I love that last picture!ReplyCancel

  • April 20, 2013 - 2:23 am

    devon.michelle photography - Thank you so much Pat! I loved being out there!! Thanks for having me 🙂 ReplyCancel

  • April 20, 2013 - 3:02 am

    Devon Michelle - @[730676816:2048:Kurt Snyder] that was a fun moment to catch 🙂 Pat was giving Chaz a pep talk~ReplyCancel

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