Jeremy “Showtime” McGrath brought Supercross to the mainstream while winning 7 AMA Championship titles between 1993 and 2000 and amassing a record 72 main event wins. His charisma and flair transcended the sport, propelling his to mega-stardom with a fan base that extended well beyond the universe of motor heads. He credited with innumerable advents in motocross. Some even say he's responsible for the birth of freestyle motocross in the '90s, when he unveiled his signature Nac-Nac, a bicycle maneuver he started throwing around in races in ‘94.
Jeremy’s amazingly smooth style paired with his flashy gear, including custom painted helmets, set him apart from the rest of the riders of the time. McGrath’s Supercross success carried over to X-Games, where he earned four medals in three different MX disciplines, including a Step Up gold in 2004.
Since retiring from full-time motorcycle competition in 2003, McGrath still tests for factory Honda and competes in special events. His new passion is off-road truck racing where he competes in the Lucas Oil Off-road series.
While MC’s name resides in the BMX, Motorsports, and AMA Motocross Halls of Fame, he calls Encinitas, California, home where he lives with his wife and two daughters. In addition to family time, golf and mountain biking, he spends plenty of time riding moto at his own personal track, Thing Valley Ranch.