As newlyweds, Zack's parents rode motorcycles around Morocco in the Peace Corps and two-up across Europe. By the time they had a son, his future was written. Zack got his first dirt bike at eight years old, tearing through the Green Mountains of Vermont and racetrack paddocks across the eastern seaboard while his father roadraced. By 16, he was dragging his own knees, and after 10 years of roadracing everything from a 1971 Honda CB350 to a 2006 Suzuki GSX-R600, he headed west. There, he was reunited with childhood friend and paddock buddy Ari Henning on the staff of "Motorcyclist" magazine. With a head full of wild ideas and a contagious passion for motorcycles, Zack spent six years writing for the magazine and hosting the video series "On Two Wheels" and "MC Commute." After creating two seasons of "Throttle Out" for MotorTrend, he joined the staff of RevZilla and Common Tread in 2020.