Davis Fisher

Davis Fisher

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“Dashin’” Davis Fisher joins the Harley-Davidson® Screamin’ Eagle® Factory Team for the 2016 flat track season following two impressive seasons racing in the AMA Pro Singles/GNC2 class. Riding for Parkinson Brothers Racing, Fisher won the 2015 GNC2 championship, dominating the series with four event wins and five second-place results to clinch his first national title with two races left on the schedule. In 2014 Fisher finished second in AMA Pro Singles, missing that championship by a single point.

 

Fisher learned to ride a motorcycle at age two and competed in his first flat track race at age six at Wide Open Sports Arena, an indoor track in Renton, Washington. Racing in Washington at Castle Rock Race Park and Rainier Cycle Bowl, Davis worked his way up the AMA flat track junior classes. On alternate years he travelled to Illinois for the AMA Nationals. Davis won the 85cc championship in 2009, was the 250cc Modified 4-Stroke National Champion in 2011, and took second place in three 450cc classes in 2013. At age 16 in 2014, Davis secured an AMA Pro license.

 

BIOGRAPHY

Name: Davis Fisher
2016 Race Number: 67

Residence: Warren, Ore.
Birthplace: Warren, Ore.
Date of birth: November 21, 1997

Marital status: Single
Height/weight: 5’ 5", 130 lbs.

 

 

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

To see Fisher’s 2016 standing, click here.

 

2015 – AMA Pro GNC2 National Champion, Four wins and five additional podium results.

 

2014 – First year racing as AMA Pro; 2nd place in AMA Pro Singles National Championship after winning two races and claiming seven other podium results; missed two races due to injury.

 

2013 – AMA 450cc Modified 2nd place; 450cc Open Singles 2nd place; 251cc-500cc DTX 2nd place

 

2011 – AMA 250cc Modified 4-Stroke National Champion

 

2009 – AMA 85cc (9-13) National Champion; Cycle News Fast Brain Award Winner