Todd Eagan has been riding since the age of four, and started racing dirt-track at the age of eight through seventeen years old. Holding his Pro Racing license at the the age of sixteen, he also obtained his street license and began logging 75k+ miles on average per year. A few short years later, he started road-racing in the early 90’s, and quickly accelerated to Pro ranks within a year and a half, earning the MARRC Professional Rider of the Year Award. After a successful decade of road racing (single-digit National Pro number), he went back to school for Architecture in Boston, but never stopped riding and racing. In 2000, he landed in SoCal and immediately began contributing and testing with Cycle World Magazine, which he currently still does. His instructing prowess began with DP Safety School in '03, and a few short years later he opened his own track day school, which strived until the economic downturn in '08. He is currently a paid stunt and precision professional rider for many avenues of video, digital media and print; Including many product videos for Victory & Indian Motorcycles, and he piloted Indian Motorcycle's 'Spirit of Munro' streamliner.

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