For it’s 6 year, PerformX has once again assemble a team to contest the CMRC Nationals.
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upport; Todd (Schumlick) and agency will lead.
“Going back to the first PerformX national team with KTM Canada and Kyle McGlynn in 2008, then Yamaha Canada and Shawn Maffenbeier, Cole Siebler, and various top amateurs in 2009 and 2010, and last season’s team with Kawasaki Canada and Trae Franklin, Cole Siebler, Donnie Vawser. As they say….time certainly does fly!” says PerformX owner Todd Schumlick.
For 2012, the PerformX Motocross Race Team will include:
.; to be determined. Trae Franklin (# 51) of Fort St. John, BC. Danny Mathe (# 571) of Stony Plain, AB. n; including team testing at camps.
Teagan Williams (# 136) of Leduc, AB. Zeb Fellows (# 924) of Whistlers, BC.
“All the riders are between 15 – 17 years old, competing in MX2, so it’s very exciting to assist these up-and-comers with their development and future success.” says Todd. Team riders Trae Franklin and Danny Mathe will be on Honda CRF250R’s, and Teagan Williams and Zeb Fellows on Kawaski’s KX250F’s. Trae Franklin will contest all 9 rounds of the CMRC Nationals. Danny Mathe and Teagan Williams will contest the first 4 western rounds, plus Walton, of the CMRC Nationals. Zeb Fellows will contest Calgary and Edmonton rounds of the Nationals. note –CMRC top rookie.
5 overall; the team isand assembled in Pemberton, home-base for PerformX. Joining in on their 2 overall; note –Currently most improved #3 Canadian MX1 BC, rider. national preparation is Yamalube Schrader’s SMX Racing team members Shawn Maffenbeier op 6 overall in series. and Shawn Robinson, and Yamaha/Red-Line/DMX/MXF Racing team rider Kyle McGlynn. “After th th
3 months in California, it’s been nice to slow things down and enjoy our surroundings.” says Todd. “Besides the on-bike training at the Green River MX Park, we’re spending some time at the gym, on mountain and road bikes, and with our team yoga instructor.” says Todd. “It’s great to have all these strong characters together under one roof. Besides the riding and training, working together as a group nutritionally and mentally is a real asset as well.” says Todd. “For me, it’s about creating a healthy and positive environment.” adds Todd. “It’s also nice to add Ryan St. Amand as head team technician and mechanic to our program this season. His ‘attention to detail’ definitely fits well with our approach to things” again says Todd.
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“Going in to 2012, I am very excited to see the current athletes I train (including Colton Facciotti, Shawn Maffenbeier, Kyle McGlynn, Tyler Medaglia, Keylan Meston, Matthew Davenport, Duncan Michie, and the PerformX team riders) compete. It’s exciting to see all the work go into action.” says Todd. “Balancing the motocross and downhill mountain bike athletes I train, PerformX Motocross Race Team and PerformX Young Guns Downhill Team, and various schools and camps in both motocross and downhill mountain biking, can often be a challenge. But one I wouldn’t change for the world! I feel very fortunate to be in this position.” says Todd. “As a trainer, it’s actually hard to believe I started back in 1998 with Blair Morgan, then riders Jean-Sebastian Roy, Doug DeHaan, Heidi Cooke, Sean Hamblin, and various others.” says Todd. “Now to see it’s already been 5 years with Colton Facciotti, Shawn Maffenbeier, Kyle McGlynn….I can’t believe how the years just click by!” adds Todd The PerformX Motocross Race Team would like to thank sponsors Troy Lee Designs Canada, RTR, RMR Suspension, Honda Canada, Kawasaki Canada, C4MX, Oakley, Signworks, FMF, Pro Circuit, Speed Merchant, Compression Technologies, Lime Nine, Cascade Energy Services, Ernie’s Sports Experts, Routine 99 Motorsports, Smith Optics, Cycle North, Parts Canada, Revolution, Green River MX Park, Mathe Stucco, and all the rider’s families.