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Colten Moore is a veteran of the Winter X Games and a snowmobile events competitor.
He is regarded as one of the top ATV freestyle riders in the world and he has been a part of traveling shows. Colten has participated in shows like X Pilots and Nitro Circus, among others, and has won gold in the Snowmobile Freestyle event.
Colten lost his older brother, Caleb Moore in the 2013 Winter X Games. Caleb died of an injury that he received while competing in the event. Keep reading to know more about this talented rider and Instagram influencer including his family and relationships.
Colten Moore is a professional snowmobiler from the United States with a net worth of $2 million.
The annual income of ATV freestyle rider Colten Moore remains unknown.
The Bedford-born traveling shows participant snowmobiling champion Colten Moore stands about 5 ft 10 in (177.8 cm) tall.
Caleb Moore's brother Colten Moore was born on August 17, 1989, which makes him 33 years old as of 2022.
The 33-year-old rider was born to mother Michele Moore and father Wade Moore in Texas towns, United States, on August 17, 1989. Colten grew up in the Texas towns of Wheeler, Krum, and Abilene, and was born in Bedford. He started riding ATVs when he was 12 years old and chose to try ATV freestyle after his older brother Caleb. He frequently experienced concussions. Despite the loss of most of his front teeth, he continued with his passion. Even multiple broken bones couldn't stop him from pursuing his dream. Details about Colten's educational background remain unknown.
Colten Moore is single and not dating anyone.
Colten is best known for competing in the Winter X Games, where he won two gold medals in Snowmobile Freestyle. Colten Moore competes in both snowmobiling and quad freestyle motocross. Apart from being an expert rider, he is also well known as an actor. Colten along with his brother Caleb was seen in the film 'Huevos 10' directed by Wes Miller in 2007. He has also written a book called 'Catching The Sky'. The snowmobiling rider worked with X Pilots, and Nitro Circus among others, and won gold in the Snowmobile Freestyle competition for perfect performance.
Texas-born rider Colten Moore won gold medals in the Snowmobile Freestyle event in 2012 and 2015, as well as the Snowmobile Speed & Style event in 2015. His brother's death was difficult for him but he bounced back from that by winning gold in Snowmobile Freestyle. He dedicated this win to Caleb who died due to injury in the Snowmobile event of the Winter X Games a year before Colten's win.
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