Mike Brown has been a staple in motocross racing for decades, as his rookie year as a professional racer came in 1990. “Brownie” became the 2001 125cc AMA National Motocross Champion aboard a Mitch Payton built Pro Circuit Kawasaki KX125, then retired from Supercross and motocross in 2008. However, shorty after his retirement, the Tennessee native announced that Endurocross was going to be his next racing venture, and he’s enjoyed much success ever since. Most recently, though, Brown threw his hat into the ring of the Two-Stroke Class at the 2017 Red Bull Straight Rhythm, so we caught up with the #3 just before it was time to go racing.
Mike Brown | Forever Two Wheels | Transworld Motocross