Gray grew up riding motocross on 65cc and 85cc and finished his riding days on a 250cc. Still a passionate fan of SX and MX he has attended many AMA Nationals, FIM Grand Prix, and Supercross events. His favorite bike is the Kawasaki KX500.
Brandon fell in love with motorcycles when he first went to Brainerd to watch Superbike racing back in 2015. He quickly became a volunteer for the Central Roadracing Association as a corner worker and has since been promoted to a Corner Captain. Brandon has been riding for 5 years now and has owned a couple of 90’s Super Sports and most recently, a 2015 Yamaha FZ-09. When not on two wheels, Brandon enjoys playing guitar and designing/building guitar effects pedals.
Keith has been riding motorcycles since 1974, starting in the Mojave Desert where he rode thousands of off-road miles before he was old enough to get a license. Keith was an MSF Rider Coach for 14 years and is passionate about rider training. He is a retired USAF Chief Master Sergeant with over 22 years of service, and recently retired from a corporate career in IT with a major retail company. Keith is married, with three daughters, and everyone in his family is very supportive of his motorcycle habit. They live in Chaska with cats, dogs, parrots, and a bearded dragon. It has been his dream to work full-time in the motorcycle industry for many years, and he is really excited to be part of the Simply Ride team!
Evan had the distinction on his first day of simultaneously being our newest and oldest employee at the same time. After a lengthy career as a lawyer helping scofflaws avoid responsibility, he decided he would much rather hang out in a motorcycle shop helping people have an enjoyable riding experience than sitting in a courtroom in a suit and tie. Evan has been riding for over 50 years and has seen a good portion of the US. Scenic Drives, National Parks, National Monuments, State Parks and other glorious, beautiful rides this country has to offer. Thinking about a trip? Stop by the Parts and Accessories Department and ask him about cool places to ride, stop, or see along the way!