Brent was born, raised, and currently calls Torrance, California home. He began riding occasionally on weekends with the family at age 4 aboard a Honda XR50. A few years later, at age 7, Brent joined a soccer teammate at LACR for his first race. And so began his path toward professional motocross racing.
With the guidance of new moto friends and competitors, Brent began racing and winning at local Southern California tracks. Which lead to hitting the road for major amateur races. While gaining experience and skill, Brent continued to progress through classes, and eventually, the decision to focus on becoming a professional was made.
In 2016 Brent made his AMA Pro Motocross debut at his home race of Glen Helen in the 250 class. After his second race of the season, the decision was made to transition into the 450 class.
Ready to take on the entire 12 round schedule in 2017, Brents' season came to an end in Spring Creek, Minnesota.
Healed up and armed with more seat time on the 450, Brent made a breakthrough in 2018. He would take the lead in the LCQ at Glen Helen and never look back. Nearly two decades after his first ride, Brents childhood dream of squaring up against 40 of the fastest motocross racers in the country was realized.