Jordan Booker competes in the MX2 class of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship on a Kawasaki, with help from 100%, Freestylextreme.com, ThorMX and Auto-Elite Bristol. He has performed remarkably consistently in recent years in the competition, finishing 11th in 2012, 11th in 2013, and currently lying in 11th in 2014, with two rounds remaining.
As well as the British Championship, Jordan has been one of the leading names in the inaugural edition of the MX Nationals competition, currently lying in third place in the MX2 Championship with four of the eight rounds completed. After a ninth place overall in the first round at Culham Park, he turned on the style in round two at Fat Cats with a 4-6-4 for fourth place overall in MX2, moving himself up to fourth in the Championship in the process.
Although he dropped a few points at round three at Whitby, with crashes and a dead last start in moto 1, he redeemed himself with two big holeshots and a good second moto. He didn’t have the best weekend at round four at Pontrilas, but still salvaged a sixth place overall.
Still only 21 years old, Jordan grew up in Bristol with his younger brother Aaron, who has also become a promising motocross and supercross rider. Before every new season, the brothers decamp to California to get away from the UK weather and get some quality time on their bikes, and the hard work and effort looks to be paying off.