Michael James Crehan (born November 13, 1970) from Tampa, Florida is an amateur "Old School" Bicycle Motocross (BMX) racer whose prime competitive years were from 1980-1988. He retired in January 1988 for personal reasons. Mike Crehan started racing at South Shore BMX in Weymouth, Massachusetts at the age of 9. He won his first three local races that he entered. He was a member of Columbian Square Bike Shop owned by Joe Fucile with the "Northeast Legend" Hal Marshman. He raced in the American Bicycle Association (ABA)local, state and some national events from 1980 to 1984. Mike won his first ABA National in State Collage PA in the 10 novice class. In early 1984 most of the local tracks in Mass switched to National Bicycle League (NBL). He soon caught the attention of Mike Rodrigues, the owner and designer of Crit BMX Number Plates and was immediately signed to his Crit Plate Factory Team. Winning his first NBL national in Ashville North Carolina in the Crit Plate colors as well as number 1 state plates in Mass, RI and NH on both Expert and Cruiser classes in 1984. In 1985 he captured NBL Number 1 State plates in both Expert and Cruiser in MA, RI, CT, NH.
|Date of birth|
|November 13th, 1970|