Justin Brayton is taking on another challenge.
This one won't take place on his usual course, though.
Brayton, a graduate of Fort Dodge Senior High, will be competing as part of the Toyota Dream Build Challenge where the main objective is to create an extreme dream Toyota.
Voting will determine the winner, with that team behind revealed at the world-famous SEMA (Speciality Equipment Market Association) Show in Las Vegas in November.
"I'm pumped to be part of the Toyota Dream Build Challenge," Brayton said. "Toyota approached me about it a couple months ago and I jumped on the opportunity right away.
"Basically, I'm designing my dream Toyota Tundra that I could take to the track for riding."
Brayton will be working with Toyota, Joe Gibbs Racking and N-FAB, Inc.
"We'll be competing with a few other Toyota athletes to see who can build the best Toyota," he added. "I have the best people around me to build this truck and win."
Brayton will be working with teammate Josh Grant on the project. Brayton is coming off an X-Games gold medal performance in Moto-X and was eighth in AMA Supercross this past season.
You can vote for Brayton at ToyotaDreamBuild.com beginning Oct. 31 through Nov. 4.
The other teams will be represented by NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Parker Kligerman, freestyle skier Simon Dumont and Drew Bezanson, a BMX rider.
Brayton and Grant will be building a 2014 Toyota Tundra entitled the "Let's Go Moto Tundra."