Darryn Durham

Darryn Durham

​Darryn Durham is a professional Motocross/Supercross rider from Butler, Pennsylvania. He turned pro in 2009 with Star Racing Yamaha and finished 10th in 250 Supercross and 12th in 250 Motocross. Despite the solid results, Darryn was not offered a ride for 2010 and raced as a privateer on a Honda. He continued as a privateer in 2011 and landed more solid results in the 250 class. Impressed with his results as a privateer, Pro Circuit Kawasaki offered him a two year contract and he instantly became a title contender. He finished second in the 2012 East Coast 250 Supercross Championship, but he was unable to race the outdoor series due to an injury. He missed out off the 2013 Supercross series due to an injury, and then he finished 14th in the 250 Motocross series. Pro Circuit Kawasaki re-signed him for 2014, but once again injuries kept him from racing most of the season. Coming into the 2015 season, Troy Lee Designs KTM signed him to a Supercross deal to let him prove himself. But unfortunately, he got hurt early in the season and was not re-signed by the team for 2016. This wouldn't discourage him, though, as he would put together his own privateer effort with support from Fasthouse and Yamaha for 2016 Supercross and select motocross rounds. He no longer races full-time, but does make appearances at events to promote the brands he works with.

Social Media:

Instagram

Twitter

Facebook

Current Team:

Privateer

Sponsors:

Shoei, Fasthouse, Von Zipper, & Gaerne

AMA National Numbers:

2010: #36

2011: #37

2012: #35

2013: #44

2014: #45

2015: #97

2017: #79

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