UTV Service opened up in 2013 and I have been servicing and building UTVs, including my Polaris since, and have built a great business and many great relationships along the way.
I come from a very competitive family of 7. As the second to the youngest, I had to find my own way. We all went many different directions in life.
I followed in my dad’s footsteps. He was an auto shop owner his whole life and raced circle track cars for almost 30 years. My life mirrored his.
Second place was the first loser! That was the way I looked at my racing career.
I knew that if someone was faster on the race track, then I had not done enough homework. It was time to get to work on my car.
Definition of faster to me was: The car was smooth and easy to control over the conditions of the track that day.
After many years of having some success, it was time I quit doing what everyone else was doing- “The monkey see monkey do scenario”.
I retired in 2011 from my auto repair business and 2008 in my circle track racing career, with 3 championships at our local race track, Rocky Mountain Raceways.
UTVs (Side x sides) became my new career direction, my passion in this sport has me heading in the suspension side of the UTVs.
Having the best tuned suspension starts with you getting involved and understanding why you have decided to change or make adjustments to your suspension.
Personally, after riding many miles and lots of hours, I knew that my shocks and springs needed improving.
So, this is my quest once again-stop doing what everyone else is doing and start figuring out what is the best shocks and spring update for my UTV. I have incorporated my 30 years of racing experience that turned our team into champions, into a process for helping you make the best decision on your suspension upgrade process.