Jason comes from a racing background in Motocross.

He started racing when he was seven, progressed from multiple regional champion to British schoolboy champion, British amateur support class winner and on to turn pro at the age of eighteen.

In the professional ranks he has competed in all three classes at World Championship, 125, 250 and 500, and the World Supercross Tour, as well as becoming Luxemburg national champion.

He also started racing Supermoto in 2003 and in his first year, finished a credible 8th in the British Championship. He finished 17th in 2004, but competed in just 4 of 8 rounds.

He was unable to attend 4 rounds due to the increasing number of stunt show commitments.

Jason did not compete in Supermoto at all in 2005, again owing to his show booking commitments with the rapidly growing Adrenaline Tour stunt show.

He did take up free ride and dh mountain biking though, and now spends his free time doing this.

Now 2008 offers a very busy year for Jason and the Tour however he will be competing in selected motocross and dh mountain bike races.

He quit Motocross at the end of 1995, hung up his boots for a year and in early 1997 took up what was then known as Free Riding.

One year later he started his own MX Freestyle Show doing motorcycle displays throughout the UK.

The show grew and was very successful in the initial years and so in 2004 had a well earned revamp.Jason with the help of friends built new ramps during the winter of 2003/2004 and as you can see from the pictures in the gallery, they took the show to a higher level of professionalism.

The performance was also totally revamped as Jason now does annually.