Nic Swensgard #158 is a 15-year American Pro motorcycle road racer and honor student that currently competes in the premiere National MotoAmerica KTM 390 Cup, a series dedicated to building professional road racers from age 14 to 22 into highly competitive middleweight SuperStock / Supersport, and SuperSport/SuperBike racers. With hard work, dedication and talent, a select few will transition to the FIM World Circuit Production class or the World Premier Prototype Moto3, Moto2, and MotoGP motorcycle class.
Nic #158 forged his love for racing at age 3 when his family purchased a Yamaha PW50 with training wheels before he ever rode a bicycle. His first race was at the age of 6 on a KTM 50 pro junior.
While training at the Herrin Camp, Nic was able to ride a full race faring mini street bike. Practicing on a CR85, a XR100 for kart track practice, and flattrack he improved his skill and showed promise for a professional career in road racing. This was his calling, soon after he purchased a Moriwaki 250 to compete in the WERA, CVMA, and with other clubs in the western USA competing in the Formula 3 and Formula 2 classes. Securing the class championship and best results of WERA West Formula 3 region number one plate, WERA Mini number one plate, Formula 2 National 3rd place, 2013 WERA Southeast Formula 3 Champion, and 2013 WERA North Florida Formula 3 Champion, Nic began his road to success.
Later he purchased a KTM 390 Cup Bike and worked hard riding with
Over 60 total podiums on asphalt since early 2011. WERA GNF mini champion 2012/ 2013. 3 regional Moto 3 championships with WERA
2015 placed 12th at road america in the Motoamerica KTM RC 390 CUP against the fasted road racers on 300 production bikes in the country.
2015 finished 29th in the championship.
2016 had 3 17th place finishes in the MotoAmerica KTM RC 390 CUP
2016 tied for 33rd in the Motoamerica KTM RC 390 CUP championship