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Help Treyton Reach His Dream!


The AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship is the world’s largest and most prestigious amateur motocross racing program. The qualifying system culminates in the National Final (first week of August) hosted annually at the historic Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. Nearly 25,000 racers attempt to qualify in 33 classes for the 1,400 available positions at the National. Christened “The World’s Greatest Motocross Vacation”, the National event serves as a launch pad for some of the biggest names in professional motocross and supercross, including Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, Ryan Villopoto, and Ryan Dungey.

That, in a short paragraph, is Treyton's Dream... to race this year at Loretta Lynn's Ranch ~ August 3rd to the 8th in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

Treyton, well, will be at a significant disadvantage as he is just a little kid from Missouri going up against factory-sponsored riders, highly trained and fully supported kids. Many qualifiers have raced for two, three years, or more. Treyton has only raced ten or so outdoor motocross races in his young career. He's done SO much, putting in the work to try and qualify for this major event. Don't sell the little guy short though, he had never raced arenacross until last fall/winter... and came away as the 4-6 Year Old 50cc National Champion of  the Hoosier Arenacross Nationals!

Treyton is what they call a privateer, he's there financed by his family and a few friends... and he's definitely an underdog. Some of these families and racers arrive and stay in rigs costing $100,000+... Treyton will be in a converted $4,500 rental car shuttle bus that they bought earlier this year for travel. Based on donations, maybe they can rent something more suitable for the trip and for the week long stay that they'll have ~ food, sleeping arrangements, spare parts will be needed, racing fuel and oil, fuel to get there and back, and so many other costs. Just to get into the event is a $125 race entry fee, $400 facility permit, $250 utility hook-up charge, car passes are $100 each, pit vehicle permits are $50. They estimate this trip will cost around $4,000.

All that being said... Treyton could use your financial help. I do not want to create a GoFundMe account because I want 100% of any donation goes to him and not lessened by 5 to 8% or whatever to a corporate company like that. So, if you feel moved to help this kid reach his dream... you can send donations via PayPal to my email at I'm also open to Zelle or methods to make a donation, if you prefer; email me for our mailing address if you prefer to send a check. 100% of all donations will go to support Treyton ~ and IF this event gets cancelled for some reason (COVID) or Treyton doesn't end up going, I'll track who sends what and you'll get your money returned.‚Äč







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