Welcome to the newest series on the blog, Meet the Members, where we’ll be interviewing full-time members. MTF’s training programs cultivate community and camaraderie between its athletes. Because supercross and motocross training is both physically and mentally challenging, we have found that the community created at MTF encourages riders to achieve their best results. Our property has everything riders need to train. Some members eat breakfast together every morning before walking to the gym for pre-riding warmups. Group workouts make for friendly competition as well. Follow us on Instagram to get insight into what training looks like day-to-day.

Tiger Wood rounds a corner on the supercross track

Tiger Wood

Age: 14 years old

Hometown: Townsville, Queensland, Australia

Class: Mini Snr 1/2

Favorite race: My favorite race of the year is Daytona because you get to watch the pros race then you get the race the day after on some what of the same track! 

Favorite track feature: My favorite track feature would have to be a big double that is a little bit intimidating at first but when you hit it it’s just so much fun! 

How did you get into racing: My neighbors used to ride dirt bikes and I used to be able to hear them so I wanted to get one and try it so Dad ended up getting me a PW50 and I loved it! 

Something you’re looking forward to: I’m looking forward to the Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National because I have been training really hard and can’t wait to see all my hard work pay off hopefully!

An improvement you made this year: My biggest improvement this year would have to be my overall increase in track speed and corner flow.

Millsaps Training Facility, located in Cairo, Georgia, offers training programs that include comprehensive instruction in riding technique and physical conditioning as well as mental skills coaching to better your motocross and supercross results. Interested in joining? Check out our programs here. Or reach out to us here! Take a look into MTF’s Facility with this video tour.

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