Checking in with Jeremy ” Twitch” Stenberg
Presented by Yamaha
It’s been a minute since Twitch walked away from FMX competitions and declared that he would make a living by filming video parts for sponsors and riding in freestyle demos, and the choice has undoubtedly been a good one for the highly decorated FMX pioneer. In addition to remaining as popular as ever in his 40s, Stenberg has built an empire out of his Dirt Bike Kidz brand of clothing and pit bike parts and has another new company in the works. We caught up with Twitch at last week’s Bell Moto 10 Spherical product launch ride day at Cahuilla Creek MX Park to see what’s new and good in his world.