Yeah, this is T. Walker's new machine...it looks as though it could fly, and it does when Tim is riding it! Walker is following in his dad's legendary footsteps as a motocross champion, as evidenced by his win at Log Road, a wild one at the 2008 season finale. In the Schoolboy Lights class it was Tim Walker and Kyle Straube battling out front, and although not easy, Walker took the win. Kyle Straube kept all kinds of pressure on him.
Kyle and Tim are best friends, fellow motocrossers, and Smucci supporters. They have been preparing for the upcoming season, and are getting ready to head south for warm weather and well groomed tracks to work at what they love best...motocross. Tim's dad, Paul Walker, earned the title of #3 nationally in 1979 in California in the open class as an amateur rank, and also earned a national ranking of #10 in Minnesota. He now travels with his sons, Tim and Jeff, along with their friends to motocross tracks around the country promoting his love and reverence for the sport.
Richy Shehorn, well known and respected for his speed and superb sportsmanship on the track, will be accompanying the Walker Team to tracks down south. He is also responsible for producing beautifully logo-ed Smucci t-shirts by his company "Dynamite Designs" at firstname.lastname@example.org. The very talented and diligent RJ Shroyer will also be traveling with this motocross group.
Most notably, Jeff Walker will be resuming his motocross interest and resurrecting his innate talents as he returns to the track after undergoing knee surgery and enduring foot injury during previous seasons. Personally, I cannot wait to see this guy back in action...wow...he is talented, determined, and fearless! Jeff is also a consultant for Smucci designs and appreciated for his great sensitivity towards the cause!
Kyle Straube at Log Road September 2008. Kyle battled with his friend, Tim Walker, for first place at the seasons' finale at Log Road. He is an accomplished rider, confidently possessing innate talent and skill. What a pleasure it is to watch him ride motocross.
Richy Shehorn in contemplative mode prior to a race at Log Road. "Way too Fast Richy!"