from Hooper, Utah works hard day in and day out trying to afford his dream of racing supercross. He raced the 2016 West Coast Supercross and made it into the night show several times. He also succeeds in helping to raise money and awareness for BritzWill2Walk, a fundraiser for a young woman from Hawaii who was tragically paralyzed in a car accident and is no longer able to race motocross. We salute his efforts in his talent in racing and in his life outside of riding. 

Beni Williams
"MotoRoost™ riders are not selected by talent alone, but by attitude and dedication in sport and everyday life."

Our team of riders are definitely something that we hold a lot of pride in. We want to help athletes that are willing to help themselves along the way and are doing everything they can to succeed in what they love to do. MotoRoost™ riders are not selected by talent alone, but by attitude and dedication in sport and everyday life. The riders are held to a very high standard and represent the Motoroost™ Clothing label with pride.

Dalton Oxborrow

from Lehi Utah, Works very hard every day on and off the bike while working a full time job to help support his dream and make a name for hiself.  He consecutively made night shows in the west coast Supercross series last year. Dalton also qualified for the Motos at the select rounds of the Lucas oil pro motocross series.

Tanner McMullin

from Roosevelt, Utah has had

an excellent 2015 season. After

almost 6 years of not riding he

decided to pick it up again and

has been making a name for

himself. Tanner started training

spring of 2015 and started to

see the podium with 250 and

450 wins in the C-class at

Ponca City. Also getting the

podium at the Utah Amateur

Day placing 1st in 250 and 450.

One of his biggest

accomplishments for the year

was taking a fourth overall at

Loretta Lynn's in the 450 C-class.

He has gotten podium finishes 

at Kawasaki Race of Champions

and Minios Winter Olympics. 

Eric Johnson

from Rock Springs, Wyoming is making a name for himself. With just turning pro late last year he has been killing the High Altitude Arenacross Series finishing with a 2nd overall in the 450 Pro and also finishing with a 2nd overall in Open Pro. Eric plans to hit some local races in the outdoor season this year while also working a full time job. 

Rowdy Williamson

from St.George Utah is currently training, working, and raising his two year old daughter. He earned his pro license in 2014 and, due to health issues, has not been able to race any outdoors in 2015-2016. Rowdy is looking to help the younger generation and keep our sport going! He loves racing and freeriding. Rowdy is planning to do a ton of video this year! "Stoked to be a part of an amazing local company that helps us local Utah riders!" Thanks Rowdy!