Updated: Oct 21
18th October 2020
Hi my name is Kayden Crane 446 I ride a Yz 65
I am proud to be a member of the TDF family they encourage and are so supportive even if I don’t see them they always message to see how I’m getting on.
I try and get out at least 2 times a week even though I haven’t done anymore races it’s great to be out riding.
I’ve been to my local tracks but also 3 new tracks Thornbury was muddy but good the ruts were massive so was hard work used my Duck smart when I got home Yarley Mx which boy was steep I didn’t feel confident enough to do the big track so had fun on the small track working on my body position and cornering I then met up with Hollie another TDF member who encouraged me to have a go on the big track I’m so glad I gave it a go it was brilliant and I wished I tried it earlier but I will know next time I go there.
Moto46 is now one of my favourite tracks because they have bug jumps and nice corners and it’s really close to home .
I did my first Enduro race with Core Events and absolutely loved it ✊🏾✊🏾
You don’t get any practice laps as in Mx so the start was a bit scary I didn’t know where I was going and what it was like and the race was 1 hour non stop I only get to come in for fuel and a drink and I had to remember to stop and get my Tag punched to say how many laps I had done. It was good fun going through the woods and across the stubble fields which were quite steep hills so glad I out a new set of my Kendra tyres on they definitely helped , I did come off a couple of times in the woods but just got back in and carried on.
I managed to do 7 laps and cane in 4th I couldn’t believe it I worked definitely do another one 100%.
18th September 2020
Hi Kayden here Lots of happened since my last blog , I’m still working on my race starts, cornering by going to a different track every week end. I’m really enjoying my YZ 65 , I’m having so much fun on the different tracks trying to get out of my comfort zone and my confidence is growing on my technique starts and cornering . Even though I wasn’t going to race this year I entered 2 Races. My first race was at Arlingham Mx I had ridden the track before and like the layout but boy I was nervous Race 1 It was a full gate 43 riders my start want great but I pushed hard and got 13th happy days Race 2 better start but had 2 offs but still managed to finish 14th I felt really proud of myself My 2nd race was at Grittenham Mx a local track to me another full gate 43 riders race 1 my starts were better but still need work , I had a few battles which were great and finished 18th Race 2 much better start it was quite rutty so challenging in some areas finished 20th Race 3 good start so over the moon finished 17th I had a fab day it’s not about where I finished I had a brilliant day seeing my Mx buddies and making new Mx friends. TDF jet ski organised a family fun day in Port Talbot I met Lynne she’s so nice and smiley I loved it on the back of the jet ski and watching them so all there stunts and tricks every one was really nice and kind I can’t wait to go back I’ve met a few older TDF members Fabian and Holly they were so kind and friendly both watched me race and practice and were really encouraging It’s great to be part of this amazing family Thank you Lisa @TDF SOUTHWEST for believing in me and giving me this amazing opportunity
10th August 2020
was really looking forward to 2020 mx season as I have moved up from 50 to 65cc
I have a husqvarna 65 it's not been easy during lockdown but I tried to keep myself busy by doing fitness training and going out in my mountain bike or doing stunts in my bmx
It really cheered me up when I got my graphics ftom essential decals and my TDF kit from 24r and my tyres from kenda
It's not been easy learning the gears on the the 65 so much more to think about
I'm so happy that practice tracks are now open I try and go every Saturday and Sunday so far I've been to cheddarmx
Grittenham minchinhampton marshfield Arlingham and Wilden indoor
I also have state sessions with mx coach rikki Priest he has really helped my confidence
I now have Yamaha YZ65 which im loving
I'm not going to rush into any races until I feel 100% I'm gonna spend this year working on my technique and getting as much practise as possible on as many tracks as I can #446
16th May 2020
16TH MAY 2019
Hi I’m really missing Motorcross!!!!!!!!!! It would have been my first season on my 65, I had been working on gears it was really hard to start off but I just kept trying , I started going having sessions with Rikki Priest and it really helped. I will always give 100% to thank out sponsors cheddarmx Goss mx Xite energy Kenny racing Kenda motocycle Thirty 4 racing Essential decals So while are in lockdown I’m working on keeping fit and have done my own fitness video that I do every day and I go on my mountain bike and BMX Watching u tube I watch Sam Pilgrim to get tricks to do and Graham Jarvis to get enduro skills Thanks again to TDF and can’t wait for all of TDF to get together ✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾
Hi my name is Kayden Crane. I am 8 years old and i live in Bath.
I have just finished my 1st MX season on my TC 50 Husqvarna and i LOVED it.
It isn't always easy but i always give 100%
There have been highs, lows, bumps and bruises. I try and practice every weekend out of season on different tracks. I have sessions with Alex Snow to work on my technique.
My 2019 Achievements
Represented South Somerset in the South West Championship
Achieved 7 race wins
Got my first Holeshot
Selected to Compete in the North v South Challenge Cup
2nd place overall autos in the South Somerset Championship
2nd place in South Somerset Youth Series
Mountain biking, freestyle gymnastics and finger boarding
My Favourite MX Riders
Ricky Carmichael, Travis Pastrana and Chad Reed
My Favourite Movies
Shrek and Kicking and screaming
My Favourite Food
Pasta, Chicken, Cheese and Ham
Favourite MX Track
For the 2020 season i will be moving up to TC 65 Husqvarna and I'm really excited. Im over the moon the TDF have asked me to race for them
I will always give 100% and one day i will be world champion