Akira Narita has no rivals in Japan. In 2014 he won the All Japan Motocross Championship IA1 Class for an unprecedented tenth time. In doing so, he completely rewrote the history of motocross in Japan. He started displaying his talent for motocross from an early age, appearing in the All Japan championships for the first timer when he was still a second grader at junior high school. He became a champion in his debut season and acquired the international A1 license (IA1) when he was still 14, the youngest age ever. Now a veteran of motocross, Narita is endowed with the appeal of a man, a professional, and a “Monster man.” You just have to see him for yourself and check out his character with your own eyes at a race venue. During the off-season, he may likely be found on the slopes snowboarding while listening to hip-hop.