FMR is a global crowdsourcing program for motocross privateers, regional pros, and amateurs. Using their social media platforms, racers can engage their followers and fans to participage and support their racing – allowing racers to do what they do best, and that’s race. Crowdsourcing the heart of motocross!
Athletes for Animals
We have united the rabbit with the racing world of Supercross and motocross in an effort to get the rabbit at the forefront of the racing world. This past year, we worked with riders in having them run the rabbit savior logo on their bikes and uniforms in front of 60,000 plus fans in attendance and on millions of viewers on NBC Peacock watching the races on the weekends. We were successful in getting the racing rabbit high on the pedestal with top 10 finishes throughout the ama sx race series. With now the rabbit logo in the faces of many fans, they now remember the racing rabbit and this brings us to what are ultimate goal Is with mixing the rabbit in the racing world. That is to bring a whole new community to enter the world of the rabbit and teach them the fundamentals of a rabbit and in hopes of a new community ready to love and adopt from a rescue. The two combined are a force to reckon with. The athletes will be helping the fund my bun campaigns raise money for each of the campaigners in hope to getting the athletes fans donating to that rabbit campaigns. We will attend each Monster Energy AMA Supercross with a Rabbit Savior booth set up in each stadiums fan fest area to help promote the Rabbit and display our Racing Rabbit stuffy that will be available for purchase on our website. The profits from each sale will go directly to the Fund My Bun campaigns and the Riders donation campaigns. Now with the Racing Rabbit out in the world of sports, we have now entered the world that is uncharted territory and ready to take on the action sports world.
Hey guys my name is Tristan Lane, I’m 25 years old and live in Port Orange, Florida! I am a professional Motocross and Supercross racer and can honestly say I’m living my dreams. With your support towards my program I can race the best riders in the world all across the country on national television! Follow my journey as I climb the ladder in professional racing.
Q: What was your first pet?
A: I grew up around cats and dogs mainly but my first pet that I remember waws a big fluffy cat
nicknamed “Baby Cat”… she was huge!
Q: If you could do anything career-wise, what would it be?
A: I’d have to say I’m living my dream currently as far as a career path. To be able to call racing dirt
bikes work is a really cool feeling. Like anything in life, there are highs and lows, but I wouldn’t trade
it for the world.
Q: Do you have any pets, currently?
A: I have a beautiful dog named Aspen, she is practically my daughter. She’s a five-year-old Siberian
Husky. Between her and my wife, they are my life!
Q: What is your favorite thing about racing?
A: Racing is such a mental and physical battle week in and week out. The challenge of testing my
body and mind is what I love most about competing.
Q: Do you have a favorite movie?
A: My favorite movie of all time is Step Brothers! Lol.
Q: What is your favorite state to visit?
A: My favorite state to visit is Montana. I could see myself living there at some point in life!
Q: What is your biggest pet peeve?
A: When people don’t value my time, that is my pet peeve! Life gets busy for all of us, but those that
don’t respect someone’s punctuality drives me nuts.
Q: What is your favorite food?
A: I love a good steak! Hard to beat a ribeye…
Q: Have you ever owned a rabbit as a pet?
A: I have not, however my sister-in-law does and I have got to live vicariously through her! They are
amazing animals and it’s so funny to see them running around your house.