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Moto X Compound is training the champions
Aaron Plessinger and Ashton Hayes rock the Loretta Lynn’s, winning multiple races
Culloden, GA, – The Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championships are dominated by riders from one facility, Moto X Compound in Culloden, Georgia. Aaron Plessinger, who prepared all year at Moto X, won a stunning six races, including the 250 B and the 450 B Limited. Ashton Hayes won the Super Mini 2 (13-16) after training at Moto X. For both young men, this was their first major national title.
“I am proud of these young men. Aaron and Ashton have worked hard and I am proud that the Moto X Compound was able to be a part of their success.” – Matt Walker, CEO, Moto X Compound
The Moto X Compound is the largest motocross training facility in the United States. Owned and operated by 27 time Amateur Champion and Supercross Champ Matt Walker, the facility is designed to train and challenge riders to achieve new heights in the riding and personal achievement. As a coach, Matt has guided riders to over 100 amateur Nationals titles since 2006.
“I know what it means to win and I want our riders to have every opportunity and advantage. Our facility is more than just a track. There is a gym and schools that the riders can train at. We have RV hookups so families can be comfortable and we have acres of beautiful Georgia countryside for everyone to enjoy.” – Matt Walker
Located about 25 minutes from Macon, Georgia, Moto X Compound is right on US 341, an easy ride for RVs or truck and trailers. Moto X Compound is located on nearly 200 acres, with over 15 pull-thru RV spaces with full hook-ups, located in a 100-year old pecan grove. Training is offered at various levels and with varying monetary and time commitments.
If you would like to be a part of the same training program that helped Ashton and Aaron win their National titles or for more information about this topic, please contact Matt Walker at 678-860-3038 or email at [email protected]
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