In 2015, Dakotah picked up a downhill bike for the first time and got straight to racing. With the help of a couple of World Cup finishes the first year and a break out performance at Crankworx Whistler, he found himself with the support to begin racing downhill at the highest level.
With a motocross and BMX background, she quickly turned to a regular in the world cup finals and signed with Unior/Devici Factory Racing for the 2018 race season.
“Going into my 4th professional season, I am more comfortable and fitter than I have been in the past and overall loving being at the races on my bike. When I’m not at the races I enjoy riding dirt jumps, ripping the moto, and roasting corners at the local slalom track and skate park. More than anything I enjoy the process of riding, training, and pushing the people around me to reach their full potential,” he says.