Tanner Howe 221
Tanner Howe began racing in 2011 at the age of 7 on a Suzuki DRZ 70. In his very first race, he placed 2nd overall. The following year he stepped up to a KX 65 and began racing the Wild West Series typically finishing in the top 5. In 2014, he grew in to his KX 85. The spring of 2017, Tanner qualified for two separate area qualifiers for Loretta Lynn's National Championship. In Washougal, his best finish was 17th on his Super Mini and in Hangtown he finished 21st in his age group. In 2018, Tanner would like to qualify for Pala as well as other Regional Qualifiers. He works out at least five days per week, maintains at least a 3.0 GPA and keeps up his PMA (positive mental attitude). In his spare time, Tanner enjoys playing video games, riding his mountain bike and playing with his Traxxas trucks. He has trained with several trainers including Colton Barney and Kameron Barboa. In 2019 he moved to Georgia to chase his racing passion, he now rides/races a 2004 Kx 125 and 2019 Kx 250. He is currrently sponsored by Cycle City Powersports, Vortex Racing, Pro Action, Piston Bones Millennium Technologies, Factory One Motoand Ward's Repair Service.