When Kaleb Wells learned how to ride a bicycle when he was 2, that was just the beginning for the Dry Ridge Elementary second grader.
Forget about losing the training wheels, Wells now straps on a helmet to compete in motocross racing at the ripe age of 7.
“It’s exciting how fast I can go,” he said. “I go 35 or 40 miles per hour. It’s fun to jump the jumps and race the straight stretch.”
Wells, who has more trophies than most have in a lifetime, has competed in more than 40 races, 21 of which he placed first.