What’s your name?
Where are you from?
Who is(are) your rider(s)?
Gage “Go Time” Kerr
How long have you been a moto dad?
Were you into motorcycles before becoming a moto dad?
Yeah, I have been in the industry for 20+ years. Two sons, one daughter and myself have all enjoyed the years racing
Describe a typical race weekend for you.
Travel, hang out with friends from across the nation, keep it fun, and stay focused.
What’s your family’s favorite meal to have at the track?
Do you have any pre-race rituals or superstitions while spectating?
We have our special handshake.
Most nerve-wracking moment watching your kid(s) race/ride?
AMA events when you’re not allowed on track and your rider is down.
Favorite part about spending time at the track?
Hanging out with friends from different areas and making new friends.
Favorite and least favorite part about traveling to the races?
It is nice to see the country traveling but it’s always good to get back home.
Craziest travel story?
Made it all the way to Supercross Futures in St. Louis this past year and the morning of the event the locks were frozen over on the trailer and the broke the key off.
Most important lesson motocross teaches at a young age?
Dedication, work ethic, mechanical skills, responsibility.
Biggest sacrifice you’ve had to make for amateur motocross?
I have stayed broke for 20+ years giving to this sport and don’t regret one minute.
Proudest moment of your career as a moto dad thus far?
Gage has won many championships but I think the proudest moment is seeing him get to hold the American Flag at the opening ceremony of Arenacross or each time I see him ride out of his way after a race to tell his opponent good job.
What’s your favorite track?
We prefer Indoor Arenacross and Supercross Futures.
Who is your favorite pro racer (past or present)?
Chad Reed or Mike LaRocco....HMM?
What is your favorite type of music?
What hobbies do you have away from motorcycles?
I didn’t know there was anything else.
What is your beverage of choice?
Any advice for the moto dads of the future?
You got to keep it fun. Let your rider go at his comfort level sure you have to push them a bit but don’t push them to something they are not comfortable with. Celebrate your accomplishments and recap on your faults. Take time away from the sport when you can so yourself, rider, and family do not get burnt out. Don’t forget about the siblings and if mama aunt happy aunt nobody happy so take the time to provide things she enjoys.