Chris Carr has been actively engaged in motorcycle training and education since 2001. Chris is an MSF instructor who has also been trained as a DBS dirtbike and ATV coach. He also served on the American Honda Demo Team. Chris’ programs have educated more than 6000 riders in the Atlanta area.
Chris grew up in Warren, Ohio and started riding motorcycles when he was 6 years old. He has competed in AMA, WERA, Formula USA, and AHRMA roadracing events. In 2006, Chris put Buell into the long distance records by riding his Ulysses from Key West, Florida to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. He has since completed numerous Iron Butt rides.
In August 2010, Chris competed in the inaugural IBR 5000 which qualified him to compete in the most notable Iron Butt Rally scheduled from June 20 to July 1, 2011 (11,000 miles in 11 days).
Chris also competed in the 2010 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge where he finished #15 (over 8,600 miles in 9 days)
His book “Street Riding Secrets” was nominated for Georgia Author of the year. Chris currently writes articles for several motorcycle publications.
Chris now hosts TwoWheelAdventures Radio every Tuesday nights from 7 to 8pm on Garage 71 station.
Chris is now the 2011 AHRMA Middle Weight Superbike National Champion, World Champion and Master of the Mid West Champion and is now also teaching AHRMA Racing School.
2012, Mr. Carr won the AHRMA regional Middle Weight Superbike Championship and became the official AHRMA race commentator and the South Eastern Road Racing Head Instructor.
2013, Mr. Carr is officially the Georgia ABATE Director of Education and the Motorcycle Safety Task Team for the State of Georgia. In October, Chris finished first in Daytona making in the ARHMA South Eastern Regional Champion 3 consecutive years.