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Ken Roczen was the youngest ever to win a MX2 championship I will be talking about Professional motocross racer Ken Roczens Life what Ken likes to do and his success in motocrossKen Roczen is from Thringen Germany But now he lives in Menifee California which he moved there in 2011 Even with fame Ken Roczen is still close to his family As he says here they are the reason I am here and I will never forget that I cant and wont say to the Hey its time to go Antonovich 58 This quote helps support even though Roczens fame has grown his appreciation for his family will never go away Even though ken Roczens life revolves around motocross most of his friends have nothing to do with motocross Yeah sure they know about it but they dont go to the races unless he invites them Kens life has changed a ton in the past few years being famous in the motocross industry has really changed his life In Transworld motocross magazine he says I was in Newport surfing and some random people came up then says its definitely different than it was a few years ago But even though his home town is in Germany he feels California has really become his homeKen Roczen doesnt have much free time in racing because its mostly wake up go to practice then to the gym and thats the end of his day But in the little spare time he has Ken loves to surf Even though he didnt surf much in Germany he loves it now that he lives in California Ken Roczen also like to skate board Snowboard BMX and play Soccer Ken says I like to do anything action sports Roczen Ken is not the kind of person to just lie around and watch TV Ken loves to go out and do fun things like paint ball with friends He doesnt have much
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