Robbie Richard started his BMX racing career in 1988 at age 12 at the Christian Field Indoor BMX Track located in Fremont, Nebraska. During the 1980’s and 1990’s he tore up tracks around Nebraska and the Midwest going on a winning spree with fellow riders on the legendary JerryCo BMX Team from Nebraska. His BMX racing career didn’t stop there. In 2000 Robbie began his Professional BMX racing career in the American Bicycle Association (ABA) & National Bicycle League (NBL) PRO Class at races throughout the Midwest and coast to coast. He was sponsored by a number of bike shops and factory teams including Factory Cool Boys, SE Factory Racing, and Factory Alliant Bicycles (started by SE’s Mike DeVitt & GT Bicycles founder Gary Turner) He racked up numerous National Age Group top ten finishes in Cruiser & Age Class divisions – 1998: ABA National Age Group #3 21-25 Cruiser Class. 1997: NBL National Age Group #2 21 & Over Expert Class. 1997: NBL National Age Group #3 21-25 Cruiser Class. He won multiple 1st place finishes at National Events as an Amateur in both Cruiser & Class throughout the years. In 1998 he was an ABA World Cup Champion. In 2000 Robbie was a competitor in Vans Triple Crown Downhill/BMX Supercross events. He has had numerous photos and ads in BMX Plus magazine, ABA & NBL Magazines, and RIDE BMX Magazine. He has been a Rockstar Energy Drink/FUEL TV Commentator for BMX/FMX Events. Robbie has worked for Vans Inc. as an Assistant Marketing Director for Triple Crown Events in BMX, Skateboarding, FMX, and Supercross. He worked for SE Racing as a Marketing Assistant. He has been BMX Team Manager for Elite Interactive Trading Cards and KMC Wheels. Robbie continues BMX racing, trail riding and contributions to the sport of BMX to this day. He was inducted into the Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame on August 18th, 2012.