Addison Nible started racing ATVs at age 5. In 2015, Addison made the switch to UTVs. In 2018, Addison focused on the Grand National Cross Country Series. This focus and dedication led to the championship, winning five of the six rounds and dominating the women’s class. She also diversified her program by competing in Midwest short course racing under the mentorship of five-time offroad champion, Treavis Poynter. After complete domination of the women’s class in 2018, Addison wanted a new challenge for 2019.
Addison hired Treavis full time as a coach and competed in the Pro 1000 class at AXCC and select IATVHSS races, but reliability issues made it hard to win the championship. In late 2019, the team tested the Honda Talon in hopes that Honda
reliability would assist Addison in realizing her dream of a Pro 1000 championship. For 2020, Addison continued the training program with Treavis and Crash Addict
Industries built a brand new Honda Talon 1000X specifically for this task. Getting a new machine dialed in takes time, but with only three rounds left of the 2020 season, Addison captured her first Pro 1000 win. She finished third overall behind two Pro Turbo machines. This gave Addison the points lead by one point with only a few rounds to go.
Addison currently is in the process of building a Honda Talon X and a Polaris RS1 to run Tex Plex, IXCR, Crosxs, and Champ Off- Road. Addison oves spending time at the track with friends and family and meeting new people.