Reese Wacker started riding motorcycles at the age of eight on a KD80 in the fields outside of his home. Within the same year, he started racing motocross. His love of motorcycle racing continued as he worked his way up to racing national motocross venues until the age of 17. In 2008, he wanted to try his hand at road racing “just to try it”. In his first year of road racing, Reese won five national championships.
The following year, he started racing professionally in AMA in the Supersport class, along with select Daytona Sportbike classes.
In 2010, Reese finished in the top 25 in the AMA Pro Daytona Sportbike classes competing in only six races with a best finish of 13th at Barber Motorsports Park.
In 2011, Reese debuted in the premier AMA Pro National Guard Superbike series, contesting four races with a best finish of 14th.
In 2012, Reese captured five national championship titles.
In 2013, Reese won three national championship titles, including both National Championship titles in the WERA National Challenge Series. Since the start of his racing career, Reese has accumulated Thirteen National Championship Titles. With a continued intense level of effort, Reese is preparing for the 2014 racing season.