Toyota #Makeup2Mud: Jordan Jarvis

April 30, 2019

Eight-time national champion Supercross rider Jordan Jarvis talks about competing in both men and women series, and how her career as a pro Supercross athlete provides her with a platform to give back and inspire both younger girls and boys.

From an early age Jordan Jarvis had aspirations to be a Supercross athlete. Her dedication to the sport has been a lifelong commitment to that has given her the opportunity to give back through Headbands of Hope where she has inspired others. Jordan defines the spirit of the Team Toyota #Makeup2Mud movement.

Monster Energy® AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, is the most competitive and highest-profile off-road motorcycle racing championship on the planet. Over 17 weeks between January through May and a million-dollar All-Star Race, Supercross attracts some of the largest and most impressive crowds inside the most recognizable and prestigious stadiums in North America to race in front of nearly one million live fans and broadcast to millions more worldwide. The track takes all the exciting obstacles of outdoor riding—jumps, turns, and bumps—amplifies them, and puts them in easy view of spectators.

Founded in America and sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) in 1974, Supercross is currently co-sanctioned by the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), the official global governing body for motorcycle racing, thus making it a formal World Championship.