Adam “Kurt” Mcgill was born to ride. From the minute he slid on a helmet at 14, everyone knew…this kid is one to watch. When other 16-year-olds were gearing up for a driving test, Adam was grabbing the gears, becoming the youngest person to ever place in the top 3 of a GNCC race, later winning the GNCC Pro Am Championship and the AMA ATVA Amateur Rider of the Year Award.
Adam’s professional career began in 2008 and he has been a near-constant presence on the podium ever since. Now, after three years of being ranked in the top 5 nationally, he has his eyes on the GNCC championship.
Keep up with #521 and join the McGill Mafia as he continues tearing up the track with CST.
“I don’t think about it too much but I always eat a PBJ and an apple. And I always call my mom.”
“If you do what you’ve always done. You’ll get what you’ve always got.”
Led Zeppelin, Florida Georgia Line, and the empowerment podcast: MFCEO
Mountain biking. Drinking Beer. Chilling with puppies.
“That I was that guy that went up against the odds, stayed humble, and never forgot where he came from.”