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Like many of us, Jason started on a tricycle. By the age of seven, however, Jason was already pulling the filter off of his lawn-mower powered mini-bike using a less restrictive gauze material to increase the air intake (he cut the material out of some panty hose he 'borrowed' from a nearby department store). In his youth, he rode Moto-x on his first real bike, a Kawasaki KX80 and did wheelies for onlooking girls sitting in the school bus on their way home. After all, it would only make sense that he rode his dirt bike to school. Before too long he was flying across the Bonneville Salt Flats and El Mirage Dry Lake, road racing at Barber and Little Talladega and taking Flat Track lessons from Roland Sands at Perris.
Never slowing down, he continued his involvement with motorcycles by co-founding Dime City Cycles. "DCC", as it is known, has as its mission - the desire to help custom motorcycle culture grow, and in the process of doing so to become a beacon of inspiration for the next generation of motorcyclists. It began simply enough, with the idea of supplying cafe racer parts. Ultimately, DCC (with others) became the spark and fuel for a rejuvenated interest in motorcycles and the culture which is so strongly attached to it.
Suddenly, Jason was hearing from old men trying to relive their glory days, young guns hoping to build their first ton-up racer, and industry executives who realized that something truly special was taking place...People were once again falling in love with the simplicity, freedom and individuality that motorcycling can offer. In fact, this interest has become a full-blown TV show on Velocity. Café Racer TV, DCC and other industry influencers helped give birth to a custom motorcycle culture that does not require a six figure salary...merely a little imagination.
Jason considers himself more than fortunate to be referred to by peers as one of the "leading lights" in the industry. Moreover, serving as a test rider and brand ambassador, he ofte