Camp Makeup 2 Mud – Motocross Action Magazine

Motocross Action was fortunate enough to be invited out to Cycle Ranch MX in Floresville, Texas over the weekend to take part in the 1st Annual Makeup 2 Mud Camp. This is an initiative by Toyota and Feld Motorsports to spark new interest into the sport and help beginnersadvance their skills. This was a completely free event that included camping, live entertainment, catered food, and training courses by athletes like Weston Peick, Jordan Jarvis, and Vann Martin. If for some reason you came to the camp empty handed, Yamaha provided bikesto take out and ride from their ttr line up, FX line up, and YZ line up.We had an absolute blast at the 1st annual Makeup 2 Mud Camp. The team
at Supercross and Toyota are investing their efforts into rejuvenating
the sport of motocross by providing newcomers and beginners to have a
home where they can learn the proper skills to become safer riders.
This event was over a year in the making and all came together great.
Families from all around the country made the trip out. You can judge
an experience by the looks on peoples face as they pass by. We did not
see one unhappy camper the entire weekend. Cycle Ranch MX is a must
ride for anyone in the San Antonio area and we even got to spin some
laps ourselves thanks to Yamaha. The staff worked over time to provide
campers with a fun filled experience with one one training, games, and entertainment. We spoke briefly with Todd Jendro (Vice President of Operations Feld Motorsports) and Sean Brennen (Public Relations
Manager Feld Motorsports) . They both teased that this is only the
beginning and talks of expansion are already underway. We can’t wait
to see what is next and the possibility of multiple locations coming
soon. If you missed the one in Texas, keep an eye out because there
might be one coming to a city near you. A huge thank you to Feld
Motorsports for having us out to ride, learn, and be apart of this
special event.

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  1. halfasheep on November 12, 2020 at 7:14 pm

    The few females who rode mx in the late 80s and early 90s in New Zealand simply just rode! They were embraced like everyone else. Nothing stops females or males from buying bikes and going racing. No one makes a huge fuss because women dominate the netball numbers. Powerful women don’t need crutches and help. End of story.

  2. Jonas Grünberger on November 12, 2020 at 7:16 pm

    What you do is pretty awesome.

  3. Nunamaker on November 12, 2020 at 7:58 pm

    7:11 me actually not looking like a goon😂

  4. Chris Button on November 12, 2020 at 8:00 pm


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