Moto Team

Nate Adams

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Don’t even try to call it a comeback. It’s like he never left. When Nate Adams climbed back on his bike in 2006, after nearly a year out of commission, it was as though nothing ever happened. He was straight back into the mix and straight back onto the podium. He ended 2005 with a victory at the prestigious DC-sponsored Air & Style event in Munich, Germany, against a heavy field of international pros. Then went on a rampage in 2006, with highlights that included his fourth-straight FMX World Championship title as well as top honors on the hard-fought Dew Action Sports Tour, where he emerged as the series champion. 2007 saw more trials and tribulations, and more great finishes. Dew Tour wins were among the highlights, with another coming at summer X Games 13 when Nate, despite a broken finger that was barely patched together with screws and pins, took the Silver medal in FMX Freestyle. Indeed worthy of his title, “The Destroyer.”

Career Highlights
2008 – Navy Moto X World Championships, Evel Knieval Most Outstanding Rider
2007 – Athlete Of The Year, Dew Tour
2000 – IFMA Rookie Of The Year

Competition Highlights
2008 – Gold Medal, Navy Moto X World Championships, Speed & Style
2008 – Gold Medal, Navy Moto X World Championships, FMX
2007 – 1st Place, Barcelona Nights of Jumps
2007 – 1st Place Overall, Dew Tour Champion, Freestyle
2007 – 1st Place, Dew Tour, Orlando, FL, Freestyle
2007 – 1st Place, Dew Tour, Cleveland, OH, Freestyle
2007 – 1st Place, Dew Tour, Baltimore, MD, Freestyle
2007 - Gold Medal, X games, Los Angeles, CA, Freestyle
2007 – 2nd Place, Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, Freestyle
2007 – 3rd Place, Red Bull X-Fighters, Madrid, Spain, Freestyle
2007 – 3rd Place Overall, LG World Championships, Freestyle
2006 – 3rd Place, Nokia Air & Style Games, Freestyle
2006 – 3rd Place, Dew Tour, Orlando, FL, Freestyle
2006 – 1st Place, Dew Tour, San Jose, CA, Freestyle
2006 – 2nd Place, Red Bull X-Fighters, Madrid, Spain, Freestyle
2006 – 1st Place, LG Action Sports Championships, Pomona, CA, Freestyle
2006 – 2nd Place, Dew Tour, Portland, OR, Freestyle
2006 – 2nd Place, Dew Tour, Denver, CO, Freestyle
2006 – 1st Place, Dew Tour, Louisville, KY, Freestyle
2006 – 1st Place, Dew Tour, Year End Ranking, Freestyle
2005 – 2nd Place, Freestyle Swiss, Freestyle
2005 – Bronze Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, Best Trick
2005 – Bronze Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, Freestyle
2005 – 1st Place, Nokia Air & Style, Munich, Germany
2005 – 1st Place, LG World Championships, Pomona, CA, Freestyle
2005 – 2nd Place, Dew Tour, Orlando, FL, Freestyle
2005 – 2nd Place, Dew Tour, Portland, OR, Freestyle
2005 – 1st Place, Red Bull X-Fighters, Madrid, Spain, Freestyle
2004 – Gold Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Freestyle
2004 – Bronze Medal, Winter X Games, Best Trick
2004 – 1st Place, LG World Championships, Pomona, CA, Freestyle
2004 – 1st Place, Vans Triple Crown, Jacksonville, FL, Freestyle
2004 – Gold Medal, Gravity Games, Cleveland, OH, Best Trick
2003 – Silver Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Best Trick
2003 – Silver Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA Freestyle
2003 – 1st Place Overall, LG Action Sports World Champion, Freestyle
2003 – 1st Place, Vans Triple Crown, Richmond, VA, Freestyle
2003 – 1st Place, Vans Tripe Crown, New Orleans, LA, Freestyle
2003 – Gold Medal, Gravity Games, Cleveland, OH, Freestyle
2003 – 2nd Place, WFA Randall’s Island, New York, NY, Big Air
2003 – 2nd Place, WFA Randall’s Island, New York, NY, Freestyle
2003 – 2nd Place, Vans Triple Crown, Minneapolis, MN, Freestyle
2002 – 1st Place, ESPN Moto X Championships
2002 – 1st Place Overall, WFA Series Champion, Freestyle
2002 – 1st Place Overall, WFA Series, Champion, Big Air
2001 – 1st Place, Vans Triple Crown, Las Vegas, NV
2001 – 1st Place, Vans Triple Crown, San Diego
2001 – 2nd Place Overall, Van Triple Crown Series
2001 – 2nd Place, IFMA Series