We hope you had a great Christmas and New Year. I’m sorry it took so long for the year end update but it is worth it.
After struggling in the spring Dylan bounced back and was killing it at the LL Qualifiers. Then he got injured at the regional’s. After he recovered he finished second overall in The Florida Gold Cup Series. Not bad considering he missed one race.
At Mini O’s He had three top tens. He been really working hard on being consistent this year.
The big news. EBR Performance was watching and liked what they saw. Dylan’s hard work has paid off. EBR has picked Dylan up for the 2016 season to be their B rider. We’re very happy for him. Currently they are building his bikes and we should start testing them next month.
We would just like to say thank you to everyone that has helped support Dylan in going after his dream. Everyone has been a positive influence on Dylan and I really appreciate that as a father.
We hope to see everyone at the races. Thanks again.
The Greer Family
Dylan raced his first Arenacross this weekend in the Victory Sports Indoor series. On Friday night he won Schoolboy and the College Boy classes and finished second in 250B.
Saturday night he won the College Boy. He got to play pinball with other riders in Schoolboy and broke his clutch lever in 250B. All I could say was “Welcome to Arenacross.”
We hope everyone has a Merry Christmas. As always, thank you for your support.
The Greer Family
Dylan finished the season with a good show at Mini O’s. He had a 6th in Supercross and had a 3-1 finish for a second overall in the Schoolboy 1 limited Motocross class. He didn’t win the championship but, he finally got that breakthrough ride he’s been working so hard for. He’s really looking forward to the upcoming season.
We want to thank all of our sponsors for a great year. Hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
The Greer family
P.S. Dylan had straight A’s on his report card and got accepted into the National Honor Society. (he got that part of DNA from his mother.)
I just wanted to give everyone an update on Dylan.
After a bad week at Loretta’s he has been training like a man possessed, to the point I had to make him take time off the bike. At the Vurb Classic he had a top 5 finish in School Boy 1. He was working his way up to a top 10 in 250B (on a 125) when he landed on a downed rider. Dylan got a mild shoulder separation. The doctor said he should be a 100% by the first week of October.
His trainers (Travis Blackburn and Tim Ferry) want him to stay on the 2 stroke for one more season because of his age. So we’ve decided to get him a 250 2 stroke to give him a fighting chance in the B class. He’s looking forward to Mini O’s and we hope to see everyone there.
Thanks for your support,
Mike Greer and Family