|Marital Status: Married||Resides In: Encinitas, CA|
|Participant since: 1976||Age: 37|
|Competitor since: 1988||Height: 5'9"|
|Nickname(s): MC, SHOWTIME||Weight: 175 lbs|
McGrath made Supercross mainstream, dominating in the '90s and winning 7 AMA SX titles between '93 and 2000. His charisma and flair transcended the sport, and his fan base went well beyond motorheads. Some say he's responsible for kick-starting freestyle in the '90s with his revolutionary Nac-Nac, a bicycle maneuver he adapted to SX racing in 1994. He's also lived up to the hype at XG, earning four medals in three different Moto X disciplines, including '04 Step Up gold. McGrath retired from full-time motorcycle competition in Jan. 2003. His still tests for factory Honda and competes in special events. His new passion is off-road truck racing. He competes in the TORC Series in the Pro 2WD class.
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