Kalvin Davis is 28 years old from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He currently races the A-Pro class on the domestic USA BMX circuit. Kalvin first started racing at the age of 9. He was initially looking to race motocross; however, his parents viewed the sport of motocross as too great of a danger. Kalvin’s dad knew about a local BMX Track, so they decided to take Kalvin there. Young Kalvin fell in love with the sport and has never looked back since that day, finding his way up to the top of the A-Pro proficiency.
Kalvin has gone on to do pretty big things within the sport of BMX. His two crowning achievements were placing 3rd at the 2013 UCI Worlds and placing 4th at the 2014 UCI worlds. What makes the 2013 result so special was the adversity that Kalvin overcame during the race day. He crashed earlier during practice and fractured his left scapula. His drive and talent brought him to the final, where he then laid down a stellar lap to take home a podium finish. The 2014 result was so special to Kalvin because he had his close circle to see him put together another great day of racing. More recently, Kalvin was able to win his hometown national in 2019 in the A-pro class. Again, having his close circle and family with him made the moment even more special.
Kalvin first joined the Supercross team in 2008. He would go on to race under the Supercross banner for several years before taking a short hiatus from the sport. Later in 2012, Kalvin rejoined the factory ranks and has been with us ever since. Kalvin appreciates the team comradery found under the Supercross tent. He describes it as the most positive and fun place to be during a national weekend. He also loves the Supercross gear and bikes that we outfit each of our riders with. He believes that our products are industry-leading and built to last! Finally, Kalvin appreciates the respect and notoriety that come with wearing the Supercross badge. Being able to inspire a younger generation of riders is essential to Kalvin and helps keep his fire lit.
Looking forward, Kalvin hopes to continue to line up in the gate with the young A-pros and eventually transition into the Vet-Pro class. He plans to chase a vet pro title and follow in the footsteps of his trainer Kenth Fallen. Kalvin also runs a beginner only BMX training camp at his local track. Through this venture, Kalvin seeks to continually improve the next generation of riders and bolster the New Mexico local BMX Racing scene.
Outside of BMX racing, Kalvin loves to ride trails, hang out with family, wakeboard, ride jet skis, go camping, ride downhill, snowboard, work out, play video games, build things, and generally have a good time. Kalvin hopes to continue to be a good husband, father, and all-around good person. He’s also working on saving up enough money to buy himself a wake surfing boat eventually!