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Cole Seely

Cole Seely actually began his career as a BMX racer, riding without training wheels at the age of 3. He later competed in a few BMX nationals, but Seely liked motorcycles best and soon focused on them. Never an amateur standout, Seely even quit racing for a few months at 16, but decided to come back and focus on having... FULL BIO >

Hometown: Newbury Park, CA, USA
Website: www.coleseely.com
Twitter: @coleseely14
Team: Honda HRC
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July 19, 2014

Spring Creek 250 Moto 1: Onboard with Cole Seely and GoPro

Go on board with Cole Seely during his 250 Moto 1 race for this GoPro track preview.

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July 05, 2014

RedBud 250 Moto 1: Seely and Wilson Crash

Dean Wilson and Cole Seely get caught up in the 250 moto 1 race at RedBud.

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May 31, 2014

Hangtown Preview: Can Martin, Webb Sustain Sophomore Success?

The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship season opener was full of surprises, but among the most intriguing was Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha's 1-2 punch of Jeremy Martin and Cooper Webb.

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May 25, 2014

Jeremy Martin Coasts to 250 Moto 2, Overall Win at Glen Helen

Jeremy Martin put on a clinic all day at Glen Helen, with a second moto win that was even more dominant than his first one of the day - finishing more than 20 seconds ahead of the rest of the field.

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Cole Seely actually began his career as a BMX racer, riding without training wheels at the age of 3. He later competed in a few BMX nationals, but Seely liked motorcycles best and soon focused on them. Never an amateur standout, Seely even quit racing for a few months at 16, but decided to come back and focus on having more fun. Since then, he's been climbing upwards, scoring a ride with Lucas Oil/Troy Lee Designs/Honda and capturing his first career AMA Supercross Lites victory.

 

In 2011, Cole finished 4th overall in the 250SX Western Region and 14th in the 250MX championship.

 

Cole had another successful supercross campaign in the works in 2012, riding in the West region. Sitting in 3rd place heading into the region's break, he was given the opportunity to ride a 450 for Team Muscle Milk Honda as an injury replacement for Trey Canard. When West Coast racing resumed, Cole got back aboard a 250, but suffered a brutal crash at Salt Lake City that resulted in kidney and liver damage. He would be forced to sit out the rest of the 2012 season, missing the outdoor nationals as well.

 

In 2015, Seely graduated to the 450 Class after signing a deal with the factory Honda team. In his rookie Supercross season, he improved throughout the year, eventually emerging as a consistent podium threat.

 

Seely was born on March, 10, 1990.