Carey Hart

Category: Action Sports
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What started off as father and son bonding time for Sports Speaker Carey Hart soon developed into a passion and a career in motorcross. Carey’s father bought him his first motorcycle at the age of four, and two years later the famous daredevil began competing in competitions. At the age of eighteen, Carey went professional and began a fearless career in freestyle motorcross, which at the time was a new sport still in its infant stages. He was the first rider to attempt the superman seat grab and invert superman in competition; the latter of the two has since been nicknamed the “Hart Attack.” Carey was also the first to attempt a backflip on a 250cc motorcycle during competition, and although during his first two attempts he sustained multiple injuries, Carey finally landed the difficult trick at the 2003 X-Games. Carey made numerous comebacks from several serious injuries to compete in the sport he loves before his retirement in 2012. In 2014, he was inducted into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame.

Carey may be retired, but he still stays involved with his own supercross race team through a partnership with Ricky Carmichael in RCH Racing. Carey also stays busy with his company Hart & Huntington Tattoo & Clothing Company, which has since been featured on the A&E reality television show Inked. He has also made television appearances on shows like Late Show with David Letterman and MTV’s Life of Ryan starring Ryan Sheckler. Carey has also been featured in commercials and campaigns for companies such as Mountain Dew, Fox, Ford, and Dunkin’ Donuts, as well as the pages of Rolling Stones, Teen People, and ESPN the Magazine.

His wife is famous Grammy-award winning singer Pink, and Carey has made cameo appearances in several of his wife’s music videos. Together they have a child named Willow; the first pictures of their daughter were sold to People Magazine, and the money was donated to the Ronald McDonald House and Autism Speaks charities.