What’s your name?
Where are you from?
Who is(are) your rider(s)?
Logan Jackson #85 Caleb Jackson #58
How long have you been a moto mom?
Were you into motorcycles before becoming a moto mom?
Describe a typical race weekend for you.
Wake the family, cook breakfast, triple check bike maintenance, LOTS of gate packing & always cheering!
What’s your family’s favorite meal at the track?
Grilled Chicken, Veggies, Cottage Cheese & Fruit
Do you have any pre-race rituals or superstitions while spectating?
Knuckles after setting the holeshot device and prayers for the safety of all riders before gate drop.
Most nerve-wracking moment watching your kid(s) race/ride?
My oldest son’s first race on a big bike!
Favorite part about being at the track?
The dirt, the smells, the sick bikes and of course the people!
Favorite and least favorite part about traveling to the races?
Favorite: seeing the world! We have been to EVERY state except Alaska & Hawaii with dirt bikes in tow!
Least Favorite: Missing out on family events, weddings, graduations, etc to chase our racing dreams!
Craziest travel story?
Our trailer loaded with seven bikes literally split in half at the tongue, sending the trailer skipping down the interstate! Thankfully bikes were all okay and nobody was injured, but we shut down the interstate in Oklahoma for an hour while they towed it out!
The most important lesson motocross teaches at a young age.
Dedication and commitment. If you don’t get in the seat time, you won’t grow in the sport and this often means missing out on a lot of “normal” kid things. Commitment to get back out there after injury and setbacks!
What’s your secret to getting all the dirt stains out of riding gear?
Proudest moment of your career as a moto mom thus far?
Logan finishing top 5 in both of his classes at Spring A Ding Ding!
What’s your favorite track?
River Valley in Boyd, TX
Who is your favorite pro racer?
What is your favorite genre of music?
I listen to everything but classical music!
What is your favorite movie/tv show?
FRIENDS hands down! It’s timeless!
What is in your red solo cup?
Vodka, Water & Crystal Light Packet
Any advice for the moto moms of the future?
Give them the tools to go fast and cheer for them no matter what! If they have the competitive drive they need, you won’t need to say anything when they have a bad day because they’re already mad and ready to work harder! Let them have fun and it will come.