As one of the hottest
racers to ever come from east coast, Tim Judge hit the spotlight in
the late 70's by being the first BMXer captured on film doing a (eek,gaps)
Since 1970, Tim Judge
has been performing for fans all around the world as a Pro BMX racer.
Tim won his first world championship at the young age of 15 facing the
worlds best BMX riders. During his BMX carrier, Tim was named
number #40 of the worlds greatest top 100 BMXers of all time by American
BMXers. Tim "Da Judge" Judge, has several BMX bikes that are still
today named after him.
Tim Judge ALWAYS had to
please the crowd with insane style. His specialty one footed
tabletops, that no one else can or even will match. A true legend
that lives on in another radical sport.
More information on Tim's BMX career click
on the following link
In 1984, Tim left BMX
racing to try his hand at watercraft racing and motor building.
During his career in 1985, Tim captured several national and world titles piloting
his Yamaha Blaster. Personally responsible for over 40 world
titles, Tim served as RIVA/Team Yamaha's chief performance mechanic as well as a
racer until late 2003.
In 2004, Judge Motor
Sports was born. Judge Motor Sports is known as one of the
industries elite high performance watercraft shops. With over 20
years of racing and mechanical experience, Tim's legendary modifications
and race setup continue to dominate the world of watercraft racing.
Tim continues to enhance watercraft
technology with his Kawasaki super charged 4-strokes with over 380 HP
and reaching speeds of 90 MPH+ on the water. Tim would like to
thank everyone who has supported him through the years and who continue
to work with him today.