With five Australian and six state titles next to his name at the age of 10, Jayden Holder has already accomplished more than most in motosport.
But Jayden isn't the type of kid to be content with what he's achieved.
The West Kempsey Public School student has plans to step into speedway racing and if financially possible, a trip to America to take on the world's best riders.
"He just loves riding, he's been on a bike since he was three," Jayden's uncle Dylan Holder told the Argus.
"He doesn't get to practice much and only rides when we take him away but as soon as he's on the bike, it looks like he has never been off it. He's a natural."
While Jayden will remain focused on his regular competitions this year, the motocross prodigy is looking forward to new challenges.
"Jayden wants to start racing speedway next year," Dylan said.
"But we also want to take him to America. He has already beaten everyone in his age group here in Australia and to get better, you need to compete against the best, so we think racing in America would be very beneficial for him.
"We know of some other Aussies who have gone over there and done quite well and Jayden is as quick as them, if not quicker."
At his latest prestigious competiton, Jayden picked up three more state titles and a second place finish.
Jayden won the Under-9 to 13 65cc, the 85-150 four stroke on track and backed it up with a first in the Under-9 to 11 150cc and a second in the 65cc Under-9 to 13 on the dirt track.
The 150cc classes were determined by an accumulation of points over five races while the 65cc division had a final.
In the track final, Jayden led from start to finish to cruise to victory but he made a crucial error on the dirt track.
"Jayden was leading but overshot the right hand turn on the first lap and fell all the way to the back," Dylan said.
"He showed great competitiveness not to give up and fight his way back to second but he just couldn't get passed the last person in time."
Jayden will be back on the track this Saturday when he travels to Somersby to compete in the Central Coast Cup.
The Australian titles are held at Somersby this year and Jayden is looking forward to getting some laps at the venue under his belt.
Jayden and Dylan expressed their gratitude towards the many local businesses who are supporting the youngster on his journey.
"We can't thank the sponsors enough, without them Jayden wouldn't be able to attend all of the competitions he does," Dylan said.
Jayden's sponsors: DCR Darren Carney, South West Rocks Fishing Charters, Dominos Pizza, Leroy Davy, T&C Plumbing, Tim Spurgin, Mid Coast All Terrain Weed Spraying and Ashley Southwell.
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