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Racing for Premier Motorsports, newest team member Ryan Beat has bridged the gap between motorcycles and race trucks quickly.  Beat accrued over 12 amateur championships and spent four year racing supercross and motocross around the world before succumbing to an injury.  After two years of intense physical therapy and a conversation with Kenny Osborn, Beat made the decision to try racing a Trophy Kart at the Trophy Kart World Championships.  Beat finished third that day among some of the sport’s top names and went on to garner eight wins and 10 podiums in the following year.  If his history on a motorcycle is any indication, Beat will certainly be one to watch in 2013 and beyond.

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Relationship status: Single

Twitter handle: @ryanbeat

Favorite person(s) to follow on Twitter: @hartoffroadteam, @kristen_beat

Dailey driver (what GT or Conti tires do you have on it?): 2010 Chevy Silverado with General Grabber’s

Best thing I ever ate : Miguel Jr.’s

Favorite place: The race track

Hidden Talents: Quick vehicle analysis/research and development.

What’s playing on my iPod: Lil Wayne

I have to set my DVR for: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

Three must see movies: Days of Thunder, The Ringer, Happy Gilmore.

Person I admire most and why: My sister because she went from being the little girl that would sit the back of the car at my races, reading books, to graduating with honors from law school and now on to Miss Sprint Cup.  She inspired me with all her accomplishments at such a young age and not stopping anytime soon.

Most memorable race/event and why: winning the 2010 Challenge Cup with only two races under my belt.

Best advice I ever got: My Dad - To finish first, you must first finish. 

Other athletes I give big props to: Rob MacCachren, Robby Woods and Brian Deegan.

How I got my start racing/competing: Healing from an injury that ended my supercross career Kenny Osborn gave me the opportunity to drive Trophy Karts.

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