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Dillon Lemarr

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downhill bike racer Dillon Lemar catching air at sunrise

ALREADY RIDING AT 3

Dillon Lemarr was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas. He grew up racing motocross and BMX (since the age of three), and found downhill bikes when he was sixteen years old.  After that, he never turned back.

When he was eighteen, Dillon turned professional. The day after graduating high school, he moved to Winter Park, Colorado/Trestle Bike Park to pursue racing. 

ALREADY RIDING AT 3

Dillon Lemarr was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas. He grew up racing motocross and BMX (since the age of three), and found downhill bikes when he was sixteen years old.  After that, he never turned back.

When he was eighteen, Dillon turned professional. The day after graduating high school, he moved to Winter Park, Colorado/Trestle Bike Park to pursue racing. 

Dillon Lemarr catching air on dirt track
Dillon Lemar A Line at Tombstone Table Top in Whistler
Dillon Lemar downhill cycling
Dillon Lemarr catching air on dirt track
Dillon Lemar A Line at Tombstone Table Top in Whistler
Dillon Lemar downhill cycling

Inspiring the Next Generation

Since then, Dillon has raced and ridden his bike all around the world.  He’s made some of the best friends anyone could ask for and he wouldn’t change it for the world. 

Dillon  currently races and works for Commencal USA, managing all of their USA athletes and their Junior World Cup Team.

Inspiring the Next Generation

Since then, Dillon has raced and ridden his bike all around the world.  He’s made some of the best friends anyone could ask for and he wouldn’t change it for the world. 

Dillon  currently races and works for Commencal USA, managing all of their USA athletes and their Junior World Cup Team.

"I take great pride in coaching the younger generation of racers and helping shape them into the next top American downhill racers", says Dillon.
"I take great pride in coaching the younger generation of racers and helping shape them into the next top American downhill racers", says Dillon.
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