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I started riding motocross as a very young kid (3 years old). I won multiple national championships as an amateur in the 65cc and 85cc before trying the international scene. With great results in the 85cc in the European Championships and World Championships, I signed my first real contract with Suzuki Denmark and Suzuki Europe when I was 14 years old. Winning the Danish Championship in my first year on the 125cc, I moved up to the 250F Suzuki joining Ken Roczen as teammate in 2007, where I finished 6th in the Junior World Championship and had my first ever podium in the EMX250 class at the age of 15. In 2009 I got the opportunity to race my first ever GP in the MX2 class on the factory Suzuki, where I finished 6th overall.

The same year I was involved in a traffic accident, where I destroyed the nerves in the neck that controls the left arm. It left me with a paralyzed left arm (except the fingers). I was never going to sit on a bike again the doctors told me. But with hard work and determination, I fought my way back on the bike despite my handicap and came back to win 2 Danish Championships, which for me was the biggest victory of my life.

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#128 - Rasmus Jørgensen

I started riding motocross as a very young kid (3 years old). I won multiple national championships as an amateur in the 65cc and 85cc before trying the international scene. With great results in the 85cc in the European Championships and World Championships, I signed my first real contract with Suzuki Denmark and Suzuki Europe when I was 14 years old. Winning the Danish Championship in my first year on the 125cc, I moved up to the 250F Suzuki joining Ken Roczen as teammate in 2007, where I finished 6th in the Junior World Championship and had my first ever podium in the EMX250 class at the age of 15. In 2009 I got the opportunity to race my first ever GP in the MX2 class on the factory Suzuki, where I finished 6th overall.

The same year I was involved in a traffic accident, where I destroyed the nerves in the neck that controls the left arm. It left me with a paralyzed left arm (except the fingers). I was never going to sit on a bike again the doctors told me. But with hard work and determination, I fought my way back on the bike despite my handicap and came back to win 2 Danish Championships, which for me was the biggest victory of my life.