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When he was about four years old, pro motocross racer Nick Romano began his journey on a Yamaha PW50. At that time, he never imagined that he would eventually become an athlete in the sport. However, his dad was fully supportive and all in from the start. It was left up to Romano to decide if motocross was truly his calling, and by the time he turned 12, he had realized that it was most definitely going to be his life's passion. Originally from Long Island, New York, Romano used to train at 10th Street Motocross before venturing all the way to California for his very first professional race. Known within the MX industry as someone who has diligently put in the effort and paid their dues, Romano has been consistently accumulating titles ever since. From the Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Championships at Loretta Lynn's Ranch in Tennessee to the Mini O’s in Florida, he has enjoyed one of the most successful amateur careers. In fact, he even scooped up the AMA's Amateur Rider of the Year award in 2021 and conquered every title in the A-class category. Constantly pushing for growth and improvement, Romano has been turning heads and riding above expectations.

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Nick Romano
  • United States
Date of Birth : 1999-08-17
Favorite Flavor: Zero-Sugar Ultra Paradise

When he was about four years old, pro motocross racer Nick Romano began his journey on a Yamaha PW50. At that time, he never imagined that he would eventually become an athlete in the sport. However, his dad was fully supportive and all in from the start. It was left up to Romano to decide if motocross was truly his calling, and by the time he turned 12, he had realized that it was most definitely going to be his life's passion. Originally from Long Island, New York, Romano used to train at 10th Street Motocross before venturing all the way to California for his very first professional race. Known within the MX industry as someone who has diligently put in the effort and paid their dues, Romano has been consistently accumulating titles ever since. From the Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Championships at Loretta Lynn's Ranch in Tennessee to the Mini O’s in Florida, he has enjoyed one of the most successful amateur careers. In fact, he even scooped up the AMA's Amateur Rider of the Year award in 2021 and conquered every title in the A-class category. Constantly pushing for growth and improvement, Romano has been turning heads and riding above expectations.

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