Jimmy Decotis 64

Hometown: Peabody, Massachusetts

Current Residence: Peabody, Massachusetts

Birthdate: October 15, 1991

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Name: Jimmy Decotis

Number:  64

Hometown: Peabody, Massachusetts

Current Residence:  Cornelius, North Carolina

Birth Date: October 15, 1991 (age 27)

 

Team Name:  JGRMX/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing

  • • Manufacturer – Suzuki 
  • • Team Manager – Jeremy Albrecht
  • • Mechanic – Mike Germain

 

Turned Pro: 2009

Best Career Season Result: 5th place in 2017 (250SX Western)

2018 Season Result: 18th overall rank (250SX East); injured in Round 4 (Daytona)

 

Racing Accolades: 

  • • 8 career 250SX Class top fives
  • • 2015 Australian SX2 Supercross Champion

 

Lifestyle and General Interest Profile: 

  • • Most prominent current competitor from the New England area
  • • Nicknamed “Jimmy D” and “The Rippa’”
  • • One of nine children
  • • Has competed around the world in the Australian Supercross Championship, the FIM Motocross World Championship, the Canadian Motocross Championship and the Geneva Supercross.
  • • Fiance Jamie Routley, is a motocross racer from Canada. They have a dog, Marley (@missmarleyyyyy)
  • • Known for his two-stroke videos on YouTube and his skills of free riding and hitting ramps

2018 Season Recap:

Racing the 250 East Supercross series, Decotis fought his way up to third place at the opening round in Dallas. After breaking his back at the Daytona Supercross, Jimmy came back early in the 250 National series and pulled the holeshot at his home track of Southwick. 

 

2019 Projections: 

Jimmy Decotis brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team. The ten-year veteran is enjoying his second year with the JGRMX/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing Team. Decotis impressed in the opening round of last year's 250 East Supercross series by placing third. Unfortunately, a big crash at the Daytona Supercross ended his Supercross series prematurely. Grit and determination aptly describe Decotis, who is ready to capitalize on factory equipment and the all-new Suzuki RM-Z250.

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