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Jordan Szoke HOT LAP CoachJordan Szoke

Jordan Szoke’s career started as the youngest roadracer to get his expert license at the tender age of 15.

Right from the start Jordan showcased his raw talent, consistently landing him on the podium, shattering track records and earning championships, gaining much deserved notoriety. Jordan won his very first National Championship at the age of 16, only two short seasons after entering competition. This is exactly what Jordan was born to do.

Throughout his evolution, Jordan has won over 15 National championships in his 17 year career.   Most recently dominating the Superbike and Sportbike Nationals championships in 2006-2007-2008-2009-2010, changing the record books for all time. Jordan has kept the books busy as he also holds the record for most Superbike Championships in Canadian History with 7. His seventh title in 2010 was achieved with an unprecedented perfect season.

Szoke’s first venture at owning and running his own team in 2010 was also tremendously successful, as he earned the acclaimed “Team of the Year” award.

Jordan’s triumphs has lead to working and racing with such prestigious factory racing teams at home and abroad such as Kawasaki, Suzuki, Honda, Harley Davidson and Ducati.

Outside Canadian borders, roadracing prosperity follows Jordan south and overseas. In 2007 Jordan was invited to Valencia Spain to participate in the annual press day at the final round of the Moto GP championship aboard a Factory Kawasaki.

 

Not only is motorcycle roadracing successful for Jordan, his other passion for Observed Trials lead to a CMA Canadian National Expert Championship in 2009 and 2010.

His impressive skill and amicable attitude secured him a spot on Team Canada in the Trials De Nations World Event for 7 years running.

Jordan’s remarkable results and amazing public presence has earned him working with many prestigious major sponsors such as Monster Energy, Joe Rocket, Parts Canada, Blackfoot Direct.com, Shoei, Coors Light, Corona, Ogio, Oakley, and BK Designs. In 2008 Jordan’s long time sponsor and major helmet manufacturer Shoei released a Jordan Szoke replica helmet for sale to the public with major success.

Jordan is also known for his “off the track” charity work. Jordan competes yearly in the Wayne Gretzky Celebrity Golf Tournament and most recently was recognized with the “Award of Merit” from the foundation.   Jordan has also endorses a program “Racing for a Cure” that raises money for the Princess Margaret Foundation for cancer research.

Most recently Jordan was recognized by our Member of Parliament for his outstanding professional achievements. He has been extended an invitation to meet our own Canadian prime minister. Jordan has also been inducted into the Brantford Hall of Fame, and earned Athlete of the Year. Jordan has also been featured on A-Channel as the “Athlete of the Week” in 2008.

Jordan delivers massive media presence to his sponsors due to his dominating results and well mannered demeanor. He can be found on the cover, and featured in all major motor sports magazines. He can also be recognized on TSN and Speedvision, most recently shaving his head in support of the military troops at Mid Ohio. Jordan is also featured on many web based TV programs like Auto 123 and On The Throttle TV. His talent in all things motorsports in undeniable, and his presence is sure to attract public attention.

Jordan has expanded his interests in all things motorsports by creating his own video production company, showcasing his first video “LIFE101” in 2009. 

Career Highlights:

10 Canadian National Superbike and Supersport back to back 2006-2007-2008-2009-2010

15 Canadian National Titles
Most Superbike Championships in Canadian History

Seventh National Superbike title won with an unprecedented "Perfect Season"

Tied with 5 National Sportbike Championships
Most Superbike wins in Canadian History
Suzuka 8 hour endurance
Moto GP
CMA Canadian Observed Trials Championship 2009 - 2010
Jordan's Results:
2010

Canadian National Superbike Champion #1 - Waznie Racing Ciclo Werks BMC Dewildt Honda

Perfect Season

Canadian National Pro Sportbike Champion #1 - Waznie Racing Ciclo Werks BMC Dewildt Honda

Canadian Motorcycle Association Observed Trials Champion #1

2009

Canadian National Superbike Champion #1 - Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

Canadian National Pro 600 Supersport Champion #1 - Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

Canadian Motorcycle Association Observed Trials Champion #1

Trials De Nations World Championship Team Canada – Darfo Boario Terme Italy - 10th place

2008

Canadian National Superbike Champion #1- Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

Canadian National Pro 600 Supersport Champion #1- Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

Trials De Nations World Championship Team Canada – Andora Spain

2007

Canadian National Superbike Champion #1- Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

Canadian National Pro 600 Supersport Champion - Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

Trials De Nations World Championship Team Canada – Isle of Man – 8th place

2006

Canadian National Superbike Champion #1- Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

Canadian National Pro 600 Supersport Champion #1- Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

Trials De Nations World Championship Team Canada – France – 8th place

2005

Canadian National Superbike Series - 2nd in Championship - Honda Canada Factory Race Team

2004

Canadian National Superbike Series - 2nd in Championship - Honda Canada Factory Race Team

2003

AMA National Superbike – top privateer - American Suzuki Corona Extra Ebsco Media Team

FIM World Endurance Championship Suzuka Eight Hours in Japan – 3rd in class 10th overall - Corona Extra Ebsco Media Team

Trials De Nations World Championship Team Canada – Italy – 8th place

2002

Canadian National Superbike Champion #1 – Fast Comany Blackfoot Cycle

6 straight Superbike wins
6 straight pole positions

FIM World Endurance Championship Suzuka Eight Hours in Japan – 2nd in class 10th overall – American Suzuki Corona Extra Ebsco Media Team

Trials De Nations World Championship Team Canada– Pacos De Ferreira Portugal

– 8th place

AMA National Superstock – 1st place in the series until USA visa difficulities prevented Jordan from concluding the series

2nd place at Daytona
2001

AMA National Superbike Series – top privateer - Austin/Bleu Bayou Harley Davidson Racing

2000

Canadian National Superbike – 2nd – Honda Factory Race Team - Won 4 out of 7 races

Canadian National Pro 600 – 3rd place – Honda Factory Race Team

1999

Canadian National Superbike – 2nd – Honda Factory Race Team

Canadian National Open Supersport – 3rd – Honda Factory Race Team

1998

Canadian National Superbike Champion – Kawasaki Canada Factory Race Team

youngest racer to win the Canadian Superbike Championship.

AMA National Superbike Rounds - 10th 11th and 13th - Fast by Ferracci Ducati

USA Superbike finale – two 2nd place finishes - Fast by Ferracci Ducati

set highest trap speed in Las Vegas and the motorcycle lap record at Pocono.

1997

Canadian National Supersport Series - Penzoil Honda

Canadian National Superbike – 3rd place finish – Kawaski Canada

RACE Super Series Superbike Championship
Youngest racer to win
RACE Pro 600 – 2nd – Honda Canada

RACE Pro Open Sportbike 3rd – Honda Canada

John McCaw Memorial Trophy – outstanding rider of the year an unprecedented third year in a row.

1996

Canadian National Lightweight GP Championship #1 - Tigcraft/MuZ/Penzoil Racing

John McCaw Memorial Trophy – outstanding rider of the year

1995
RACE Professional Unlimited Twins Championship
RACE Professional 125 Grands Prix Championship
RACE Professional Club Cup 3rd
WERA Expert Grand National Championship 2nd

John McCaw Memorial Trophy – outstanding rider of the year

Rookie Professional of the year award
1994

May 1994 - gained his motorcycle road-racing license in May of 1994 at the age of 15

125GP – Amateur Championship

Awarded professional license for 1995 - becoming Canada’s youngest professional road racer

View the Bios: Matt Steve Andy Derek Jordan

 

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