Thank you to all the racers, spectators, sponsors and supporters who helped us RACE FOR A REASON in 2019!
Along with the passion Moto Mission Powersports has for off-road racing, it has an even greater passion for creating an opportunity to help local families facing adversities.
While it is easy to get caught up in the chaos of everyday life, Moto Mission hopes that Racing for a Reason will remind the community of the hardships that so many around us are dealing with every single day and how EASY it can be to help each other.
Moto Mission hopes to inspire people to do what they can to support and help others.
Since 2019, Moto Mission has successfully donated funds to over 60 local families/organizations facing adversities while HONORING them for their strength, positivity, and perseverance throughout their sometimes difficult journeys.
We would not be able to do what we do without the racers, spectators, sponsors and Moto Mission supporters!
Thank you for joining our MISSION to RACE FOR A REASON!
Here are some of the STRONG individuals we have had the pleasure of meeting over the years.
Peyton, 4 yrs old
Peyton was born with Velocardiofacial Syndrome. In her 4 short years, she has faced 2 heart surgeries; one at just 3 days old!
Jesse, Former MX Racer
After riding dirt bikes since the age of 8, Jesse was in a racing accident in 2007 that left him paralyzed from the neck down, among other long-term, detrimental physical conditions.
Kenley, 7 yrs old
Kenley is non-verbal autistic, although after meeting her, you will see she has her own vibrant way of communicating!
Layne, 8 yrs old
Layne was born with a life-threatening genetic disorder called Prader-Willi Syndrome. This rare syndrome causes him to feel like he is STARVING every second of every day, even after he eats.
Kevin, 22 yrs old
Kevin was injured in a motorcycle accident in 2017, in which he suffered tramatic brain injuries that caused him to have to relearn everything from walking, talking, feeding himself & more.
Anthony & Anna Pavia have two beautiful sons, Anthony & Giovanni, who were born with life threatening brain abnormalities. Each day brings struggles and every single day they have with their boys is a true gift.
Avery, 2 yrs old
Avery was born with a rare genetic abnormality called Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum, which has caused significant developmental delays and struggles for Avery.
Gavin, 13 yrs old
Gavin was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, essentially "half a heart." He has had three open heart surgeries to help re-wire his heart, lungs and circulatory system.
Jackson, 8 yrs old
Jackson was born with a rare chronic condition called Total Colonic Hirschsprings Disease. This is a serious, life-long condition that severely affects his large intestine, causing it to be non-functioning.
Gavin, 5 yrs old
Gavin was born with a rare liver disease, called Biliary Atresia which is a malformation of the bile ducts connecting to the liver.
Ella, 3 yrs old
Ella was dignosed with Acute Leukemia in March of 2018. Since, she has had very intense bouts of chemotherapy since her diagnosis.
Kaylee, 14 yrs old
Kaylee was diagnosed with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis in 2018 after a long and difficult battle with chronic, constant pain. Kaylee receives weekly injections and a low dose of chemotherapy to treat her 5 joints affected by JIA.
Nicholas, 10 yrs old
Nicholas was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata when he was a toddler. As he grows up, he has learned to embrace his diagnosis like a real fighter. He uses his hard days when others comment on his condition to remind people to be kind and show others that even though you are different, you can still be strong and courageous and use your adversities to help others.
Aaron, 24 yrs old
Aaron raced motocross since he was a child. In August 2018, he suffered a severe dirt bike crash where he sustained injuries including a dislocated wrist, 17 broken teeth, as well as a broken neck (C5-7), which left him a quadriplegic.