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Henry Miller

February 8 2011

This weeks rider spotlight shines on the Rochester, MN Yankee, #29 machine of Henry 'Hank' Miller. At 13 years of age, Henry already knows what its like to live on his own, travel the nation and work on all of his own bikes. He has started to outgrow his 85cc rather quickly, so decided to get a full size bike underneath him to start getting accustomed to the new size. Without a doubt, he looks at home on the big bikes. He has made a incredible transition to the 125, and has been pounding out laps on the roughest tracks in the nation already fully confident on it. Henry has stepped up his fitness program this winter, and continues to see improving results weekly as he throws around the big bike like its his 85. "I can't wait for spring nationals to come and get back to some big races, and really looking forward to working hard all summer to prepare for Loretta Lynn's this year. I can feel I'm getting stronger and in better shape, and really makes a big difference while riding a big bike on rough tracks," Henry explains. "My goals for spring nationals are top 3 in the supermini class, and top 5 in the schoolboy class's. My goals for Loretta's this year is consistent holeshots putting myself in good positions each moto, with top 3 finish's. I feel if i can start up front I'm a top finisher, but I'm working on making my starts more consistent." We here at ClubMX look forward to helping Henry achieve his goals, and continue to lead the way at all the national events with leaders like Henry.