THE Smith household is full of medals and trophies and now they have added champagne to their collection after brothers Aaron and Ryan ended their respective seasons.
Aaron, 16, is a star on two wheels and the Oswaldtwistle lad has just celebrated a third place finish in the British Youth Motocross Championships.
However, he saved the best for last in the final round at Wales by winning it and getting the chance to try out what all riders and drivers enjoy most after the race.
"To stand on the top of the podium at the National Championships, spraying champagne on the crowd was the best feeling ever," admitted the former Rhyddings High School pupil. "I will be training hard over the winter months to improve on this year's performance."
He is certainly one to watch as his results in 2006 for main sponsors Par/KRM Honda, have secured him a place on Team Yamaha for 2007.
And he will also now compete in the World Youth Motocross Championships, travelling overseas.
He has done all this while studying for his GCSE's, getting and A* in Art and an A in Graphics and has just begun a two year course in Graphic Design.
In a busy year, Aaron also finished runner-up in the Hyndburn Sports Awards Rising Star category.
Younger brother Ryan, 13, meanwhile, is excelling on four legs as he is a skilled horse-rider.
Ryan, who still attends Rhyddings, has qualified his pony Red in five National Championships during the year.
These have included two in show jumping, two in cross country and also the National Tetrathlon Championships - where Ryan had to ride, shoot, swim and run.
"He has had to work really hard," said his mum, Gillian. "Tetrathlon will eventually lead up to the Modern Pentathlon so he has got a lot of skills to master for that!"
Ryan is a member of Accrington Riding Club and Holcombe Pony Club and he will be representing Holcombe Pony Club at the Lancashire Sports Awards after winning the Rossendale Rising Star Category.
Ryan said: "2006 has been the best year I have had, I have been all over the country with Red who is a great pony who always tries her hardest to jump the fences. We are quite often in the same class as horses but that doesn't bother her.
"I am looking forward to more success over the winter months."
And while these two are in the limelight for the Smith family, watch out for eight-year-old brother Kyle, who is a keen runner.
Both Aaron and Ryan would like to thank their dad, mum and Kyle for all their support and their sponsors which include Clarke's Motorcycles, Mick Riley Builders, Rose and Crown in Oswaldtwistle, S & D Car Sales, Tony Shaw Welding, Geoff Smith Builders, Hyndburn Cars, Clayton Racing, Arc Barfitters, AutoSmart, Jeff Dewhurst Electrical and Oswaldtwistle Animal Feeds.