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(KSL News) A famous motocross racer had an important message for kids at Alta High School today.
Champion racer Travis Pastrana spoke to the kids about the dangers of drug abuse and the power of living a drug-free life.
"It takes a lot of hard work, and you have to decide if it's worth it to you. If the risk is worth the reward, you have to go for it. Don't hold back," Pastrana told students.
Utah's First Lady, Mary Kaye Huntsman, also spoke to the kids. It was part of the "Grab Your Reins" campaign, which teaches kids how to set goals and succeed in life without drugs.