Axell Raymond Hodges (born August 20, 1996, in Encinitas, California, USA) is an American motocross and X Games competitor. He has also won seven X Games medals (2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze). In addition, Hodges and Broc Tickle rode at the grand opening of 333 MX Park in Victorville.
Early Life of Axell Hodges
Axell Raymond Hodges, aka Axell Hodges, was born on August 20, 1996, in Encinitas, California, to Shaman Hodges and Triti Hodges. He grew up with his sister, Moran Hodges. He will be 23 years old in 2020, and his zodiac sign is Leo.
He is an American by nationality, and he is White by ethnicity. In terms of his education, information about his educational background is being reviewed.
Who is Axell Hodges Dating Currently?
In terms of his romantic life, he is dating Gabriella Abutbol, an American Instagram star. We don’t know how they met or how long they’ve been together. Gabriella has been posting pictures of herself and her boyfriend, Axell, on her Instagram account. The couple has not yet married, but they must be planning to do so.
Estimated Net Worth of Axell Hodges
The American racer earns money from motocross races and X Games competitions. According to sources, Axell Hodges has a net worth of over $400 thousand as of 2020. According to the sources, his annual salary is $50,000.
Body Measurement of Axell Hodges
Axell Hodges, an American singer, and producer, is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs 80 kg. Axell has 965k Instagram followers, 12.6k Twitter followers, 162k Facebook followers, and 69k YouTube subscribers.
Professional Career of Axell Hodges
- To begin, Hodges began his career as an X Games motocross competitor at the age of eight.
- His father and elder brother, he says, have been his greatest influences. He used to watch them ride motorcycles to compete in Motorcycle Competitions.
- In motorcycle races, Axell went by the stage name Slay.
- In 2012, he won Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Championship, the world’s largest amateur motocross race.
- Raymond was also the only rookie and youngest competitor to compete in the Step Up Field at the 2016 X Games.
- He has also won seven X Games medals (2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze).
- In addition, Hodges and Broc Tickle rode at the grand opening of 333 MX Park in Victorville.