Bogle, who has been tearing up the amateur motocross ranks, will turn pro next summer and possibly ride in a select number of outdoor motocross events in 2011 aboard a Honda. GEICO Powersports Honda team co-owner Rick Zielfelder predicts a bright future for the young Bogle.Rick Zielfelder says: "To me, Justin shows all the signs of being the next Trey Canard, the next Justin Barcia, the next Eli Tomac or Blake Wharton. He’s had almost identical results at the top levels of amateur riding and he comes across as very motivated and focused to succeed at the top level of racing. There’s a great support group for him. He’s really the complete package."Bogle, an Oklahoma native, knows and sometimes trains with fellow Okie Canard, so he said he was familiar with the GEICO Powersports Honda Motocross operation.Justin Bogle says: "I ride at Trey’s house and I spoke with him before I signed the deal. He’s a good dude to talk to about stuff like that. He gave me a lot of great advice."Zielfelder said the young motocross rider brings an impressive amateur resume to the team.Rick Zielfelder says: "At the Loretta’s (the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championships) this year he was a perfect six-for-six in the motos he rode. No one else did that at the event, which is unquestionably the toughest amateur race in the world. You can only enter two classes there and he swept them both.""We plan to continue his development in the amateur ranks through the 2011 Loretta’s and then make the determination then about bringing him up for the final few motocross events."The GEICO Powersports Honda team next takes to the track on Jan. 8, 2011, in Anaheim, Calif. with the season opener of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series.