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Professional motocross and supercross racer Levin Kitchen, began riding at the age of five, but didn't fully commit to the sport until he turned 17. Originally from Washougal, Washington, he made the decision to move to Kentwood, Louisiana, where he trained at the Real Deal Training Facility with Rob and Sherry Burkhart. The next summer, he competed in the Limited B classes at Loretta Lynn's and won all six motos. He received the Amateur Rider of the Year Award and went on to win all of the overalls for the Supercross portion of the James Stewart Mini Olympics Race in Florida that same year. He received the Silver Tire Award, which recognizes the rider who scores the most points in the combined Supercross and Motocross main events among the Pro and A classes. This, along with his great performance at Loretta's, caught the attention of Star Racing Yamaha, who offered him his first professional contract. In August 2021, he participated in his final race as an amateur at Loretta's, where he dominated both the Open Pro and 250 Pro classes, earning the Nicky Hayden "Horizon Award." As his professional career took off and he became a fan favorite, he was nicknamed "The Chef". A clever play on his name if you ask us.

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Levi Kitchen
  • United States
Date of Birth : 2001-02-16
Favorite Flavor: The Original Green Monster Energy

Professional motocross and supercross racer Levin Kitchen, began riding at the age of five, but didn't fully commit to the sport until he turned 17. Originally from Washougal, Washington, he made the decision to move to Kentwood, Louisiana, where he trained at the Real Deal Training Facility with Rob and Sherry Burkhart. The next summer, he competed in the Limited B classes at Loretta Lynn's and won all six motos. He received the Amateur Rider of the Year Award and went on to win all of the overalls for the Supercross portion of the James Stewart Mini Olympics Race in Florida that same year. He received the Silver Tire Award, which recognizes the rider who scores the most points in the combined Supercross and Motocross main events among the Pro and A classes. This, along with his great performance at Loretta's, caught the attention of Star Racing Yamaha, who offered him his first professional contract. In August 2021, he participated in his final race as an amateur at Loretta's, where he dominated both the Open Pro and 250 Pro classes, earning the Nicky Hayden "Horizon Award." As his professional career took off and he became a fan favorite, he was nicknamed "The Chef". A clever play on his name if you ask us.

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