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6436813925_7af963350b_b.jpgRider: Mike Alessi

Mike Alessi was one of the most dominant amateur riders of all time. He won the Loretta Lynn National a total of eleven times as well as many other amateur nationals throughout the years. When he turned pro in 2004 he found success early grabbing a third in his second pro motocross national that he ever raced. It seemed his pro career would be similar to the success he had as an amateur, but in pro racing sometimes you have to be a bit lucky, and Mike did not find that luck through the years. Over his career, he finished runner-up overall multiple times accumulating many wins in the process. When he was looking to finally grab his first championship, he was struck with an injury that would hurt his title hopes. Nevertheless, he had one of the longest racing careers of any rider and had more success than most. Today Mike is living with his family and still racing select events like the World Two-Stroke Championships.

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