Freestyle BMX rider widely considered an early pioneer of BMX riding. He is the originator of the "flatland" style and was inducted into the American Bicycle Association Hall Of Fame in 1987.
He formed the very first known BMX team with rider R.L. Osborn in 1978.
He was a stunt rider in the classic 1982 film "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial."
His father bought him his first bike, a Honda 100.
He and Mat Hoffman are two of the most respected BMX riders in the world.