Apr 28, 2020
Justin Brayton was born to ride. He was riding a two-wheel bike at 2 years old and got his first dirt bike at 3. He was making his own jumps and showing no fear as part of the motocross culture in and around Fort Dodge. In middle school, his stepdad and mom were driving Justin around the country to find the best competition. His parents would take a motorhome to Texas, or wherever the top race was, leaving Fort Dodge Friday after work and returning Monday morning just in time to head back to school and work. By the time he was in high school, Justin was one of the top amateurs in the country and took 4th at the Loretta Lynn’s in 2002. From there, he turned professional and has been at the top of his sport - the 450 class Supercross (450SX), since 2010.
Justin Brayton’s career has had its ups and downs, but Justin has made a name for himself as one of the top riders in the world and is on the best team in supercross. Justin’s first main event win came just one week before his 34th birthday, making him the oldest rider to win a supercross race at the 2018 Daytona Supercross. Justin still wakes up every day with a passion for racing and has no intention of slowing down now.