Chris: Our dad and his brother raced motorcycles, so we were involved as a family. I probably started riding when I was three years old.Monty: I love riding with my brother. He's younger than I am and he's kicking my ass right now. He's keeping me on my toes. It's making me stay in shape.Chris: We grew up snowboarders, but once we realized, "Wow, summertime, we can start motocross," we started racing. We were probably pretty much the same speed until I got more into it and started spending more time doing it. And he surfs, he's been on a surf trip for the last three months, so he's just being real kind. But if he got into it like you have to, he'd be the same. I guess we're probably pretty much the same in skill level. But we had a battle .Monty: For some reason, if I see a bike near me and it's a blue fender, I know it's always Chris. Then the next thing I know I'm chasing him.Chris: I've grown up as a snowboarder and a skateboarder, so my whole thing was always searching for fun things to hit, and to me on the motocross track it's kind of the same thing. You've gotta go for a smooth line or a fun double line or whatever works, so that's kinda what I do, right off the bat, look for faster lines or smoother lines. I always like doing different lines nobody's doing yet. And you can always find that on a motocross track.Monty: I hate losing to Chris right now because his bike is so clapped. It's a 2007 but it's just...clapped. He's got tie straps to keep it together. I'm riding a 2009 and I just can't get around him, it pisses me off.Chris: I like lining up on the gate and not worrying about anybody. I just look ahead, and that's it. I think, "Nobody's better than me. We're all on the same bike so let's just go."