, Owner and Director of Coaching
Originally from St. Cloud near Orlando, Colleen is the owner of MTF and has been developed the program to where it is now. She has been coaching top level riders for over 15 years and has guided many, including Justin Barcia, Kyle Peters, Joey Savatgy, Bryan Johnson, Austin Stroop, Gavin Faith and of course Davi, into the professional ranks. She combines her superior technical knowledge with a strong desire to see everyone excel.
Bryan Johnson Sr.
, General Manager
Bryan is responsible for the day to day running of operations at MTF and has plenty of experience in motocross. He has been involved in the sport for over 20 years and his son Bryan Johnson Jr. is a former professional rider. From Miami, Bryan brings a no-nonsense approach to MTF and will make sure things get done right first time. He shares with Colleen a commitment to ensure that the facility is just as top notch as the coaching.
Bryan Johnson, Jr.
, Head Trainer
Brian is 26 years old and has been a trainer with MTF for 7 years. A former factory support pro rider Bryan draws on his experience to help develop riders for top level racing. As a rider he was taught by Colleen and is thoroughly familiar with her training methods. He shares her philosophy for rider development and has been instrumental in the growth and success of MTF.
, Program Coordinator/Director of Mental Skills Coaching
Originally from England, Paul is in his third year with us and is MTFís program coordinator. Paul conducts our mental skills coaching. With a Masters degree in Sport Psychology and broad experience with professional and amateur athletes Paul will help you make the most of your talent and training on race days. His goal is to help you become relaxed, focused and confident on race days so that you get the results youíve worked for.
, Head Race Technician
Joe is the Head Technician at MTF. Originally from California he has worked on bikes for over 25 years. He is the father of Joey who recently signed with a KTM pro team. He has considerable experience with all AMA national amateur levels. Joe is responsible for maintaining between 20 and 30 bikes but you can be confident that your bike will be in good hands because he will treat each one like itís his own.
, Fitness Director
Born on the west coast Clint went to school in Chicago and spent most of his time racing in the Midwest. He moved to Destin, Florida where he was a freestyle rider until sidelined by injuries. Clint studied Sports and Exercise Science at Florida State University and regularly travels to seminars throughout the US and Canada. Clint has helped make MTF a leading center for exercise science testing and development.
, Fitness Trainer
From Lancaster, Pennsylvania Carter is a former full time member at MTF. He distinguished himself with his effort and perserverance both on and off the track, setting numerous MTF conditioning records during his years as a rider. Carter is now a full-time student at Lees-McRea College in North Carolina but remains an integral part of the Millsaps training program. He is a member of the Lees-McRae cycling team and was recently awarded a factory ride with Specialized. His goal is to ride in the Tour de France.
, Fitness Trainer
Serratia has been a full time rider at MTF and is thoroughly familiar with our fitness program. From Ormond Beach, Florida Serratia has worked as a fitness trainer and plans to become certified in personal training and nutrition. A Loretta Lynnís champion in 2008 she will help riders learn what it takes to reach the top.
, Race Shop Manager/Trainer
Camilo is a former full time rider with MTF and raced all the Amateur Nationals as a junior. He teaches using the same techniques and methods that Colleen herself uses. He is originally from Colombia, South America and speaks fluent Spanish allowing riders from Spanish speaking countries to easily learn while at MTF. He is also our race shop manager and is responsible for ordering parts and accessories.
, Assistant Facility Manager
Brad is originally from Michigan but relocated to Georgia to train at nearby GPF. He raced competitively in the amateur ranks as a Suzuki rider with Cole Gressís team. After turning pro he raced for Star racing in the MX Pro National outdoor series.