Here our are support riders that represent Chaos Graphics!

Colton Juarez
Lance Phillips
Nate Haas
Cady Van Cura
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Colton Juarez

Hi, my name is Colton Juarez, I am 21 years old, and I live in Puyallup, WA. I have been racing for 17 years now. My dad got me my first bike when I was 3 years old. When I turned 4 I started racing. Once I turned 18 that’s when I started racing professionally.

2014 Race Season

This coming year 2014, I plan on getting healthy again and getting my strength back so I can get back up to the speed where I know I should be. I will probably stick to local races in the state of Washington. If everything goes well then we will see what 2015 has in store for me.
Chaos Graphics has been behind me since day 1. I can’t thank enough for what they have done for me over all the years of racing. They always have the coolest graphics and most durable graphics out there!

2013 Race Season

The 2013 race season had to be my toughest year of racing. It felt like it was injury after injury after injury. 2013 was not a good year for me.

2013 - 2014 Sponsors

  • Wholesale Sign Solutions
  • Chaos Graphics
  • O’Neal
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Nate Haas

My name is Nathan haas I'm 17 years old from Graham Washington but currently living in Cairo Georgia at Millsaps Training Facility.1

Ive been racing for about 12 years now and January of 2013 I decided to take the next step in racing and move to mtf full time living by myself and riding everyday being trained by colleen Millsaps and Bryan Johnson.
  1. Millsaps Training Facility (MTF) 867 Bold Springs Road Cairo, GA 39828 1-229-377-8502 /

2014 Race Season

My 2014 plans are to race the spring nationals in Texas, do my areas and regionals in the southeast and eventually qualify for Loretta Lynn, coming up in August.

Race Machine:

I cant thank everyone at Chaos Graphics enough they have been behind me since I was on 50’s and I can always count on them having my bikes looking good whenever I get behind a gate!

2014 honda 250F

2013 Race Season

I didn’t race much in 2013 due to injuries almost all year but was able to qualify for the 2013 Loretta Lynn amateur national motocross championship.
In 250b limited I placed 7th overall.
I placed 12th overall after having bike issues all week.

2013 Sponsors

  • Chaos Graphics
  • FMF
  • Factory Connection
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Lifetime acheivements

  • 2008 Loretta lynns amateur motocross championship 2nd in 65 12-13 mod
  • 2008 loretta lynns amateur motocross championship 5th 65 12-13 stock
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Cady Van Cura

I have a very simple background; I started racing SJO Productions Supercross when I was 10, moved to AMA motocross tracks when I was 12 and pursued my professional career in motocross at 16.

In 2013, when the Pro WMX series was cut down to just three races I decided to do something a little different. Not only did I make the three rounds placing mid pack at each round, but I also traveled to Canada to see how I would stack up against their Pro women. Turns out Canada tracks are my style, with three rounds two in Ontario and one in Quebec I landed my self the number 14th spot in the final championship results after suffering a bad crash that dropped me from the number 7 spot.

In 2012, as a Pro WMX rider, I traveled 25,000 miles, through 31 states and competed at each AMA Lucas Oil Pro WMX Motocross Series race as a privateer, (except Hangtown). I gained the nickname, “Ranger Danger” during the year because I traveled to each race in my Ford Ranger, with my KTM in the back.

I don’t have a huge mechanical team. I don’t travel to each race in a luxurious RV. But, I live, eat, sleep and breathe motocross. Motocross is my life and I dedicate each waking hour to the sport. Chaos chose to represent me in 2013 & 2014 and I will be a dedicated sportsman and a great company ambassador.

Cady Van Cura
AMA WMX Pro Rider
CMRC Women's National Rider

Future Racing Goals:

My future racing goals include:

  • Building upon my racing skills to compete in a more efficient manner
  • Finishing within top 10 in WMX in 2014
  • Developing relationships within the racing community
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2014 Race Season

My current race plan for 2014 is:

  • Attend JWMX in April for spring training
  • Compete in each AMA Pro Motocross WMX race
  • Compete in Great Lakes Motocross Series races between AMA Pro Motocross races
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Race Machine:

For 2014, I will be racing a 2014 KTM 250SX 2-stroke and a 2013 KTM 250 SX-F.

2013 Race Season

Series: AMA Lucas Oil Pro Motocross
Class: WMX
No Points Series

Series: CMRC Woman's National
Class: WMX Pro
Points Series Standings: 14th out of 74

2013 Sponsors

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Answer Racing
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Village Motorsports Racing
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2012 Race Season

Series: AMA Lucas Oil Pro Motocross
Class: WMX
Points Series Standings: 42 out of 71

Lifetime Women’s SR Win’s:
1st Place Moto Wins: 99
2nd Place Moto Wins: 37
3rd Place Moto Wins: 13
43 Overall Wins

Top Three Accomplishments

My top three accomplishments in racing motocross are as follows:

  • Completing the 2012 and 2013 AMA Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series as a privateer with limited funding.
  • Finishing top ten in Canadian Pro Nationals
  • Finishing within the top 20 at High Point in the WMX class. I finished 18th in moto 1 and 19th in moto 2. (On a completely stock KTM!)
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Lance Phillips

I got my first dirt bike when I was 5 years old and I was hooked, and started racing.

Some of my favorite accomplishments:
During my amateur career I won a few National titles and did a lot of traveling and raced every where I could.

I turned Pro in 2010 and several AMA outdoor motocross races until I got injured. After I healed I started racing supercross. I did most of the season and made it into every night show.

I have had a few injuries during my career. But after nineteen years I’m stilling doing what I love riding and racing.

Future Racing Goals:

My future goals are to attend as many ama sx & mx events as possible but also to take what I have learned and pass it on to other up and coming kids thru my school “phillips training compound”

2014 Sponsors

I'd like to thank everyone who has stuck by me thru the years including my 2014 sponsors.
  • Chaos Graphics
  • Alliance steel
  • monarch moto
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