We regret to inform you of the death of Josh Demuth, who passed away on Monday at the age of 38. Josh was a terrific athlete and a very nice human being, and his untimely death is a huge loss for his family, friends, and the sports community as a whole.
Josh was born in 1984 in Texas and early discovered his love of motorcycles. He began competing in motocross racing at a young age and went on to win multiple national and international titles throughout his career. Josh was known for his ability on the track and his persistent work ethic, which earned him respect from his peers and admiration from his fans.
Josh was recognized for his bright and affable nature in addition to his racing accomplishments. He was a mentor to many young motocross racers and was always willing to help others. He was a devoted friend and an outstanding teammate who was always available to help his friends and colleagues.
Josh dedicated himself to training and instructing young drivers after retiring from professional racing in 2013. He also worked in the motorcycle sector, creating and producing cutting-edge motorcycles and accessories.
Josh’s departure has left a significant vacuum in the motocross world, but his legacy will live on in the hearts of those who knew him. His competitive attitude, persistent work ethic, and compassionate and encouraging demeanor will be remembered for the rest of his life.
Josh Demuth, rest in peace. Your legacy in motocross and in the lives of those who knew you will carry on in perpetuity.