Training at the Club MX facility in Chesterfield, South Carolina is the #33 of Trey Green. Green has been letting no slack get between him and his training. With all the hard work he's been putting in he hopes to come home with a few championships this year. We caught up with Mr. Green to see what his thoughts are on the rest of the year.
Trey Green: I train full time at Club MX in Chesterfield, South Carolina. Our program focuses mainly on riding. Throughout the week we spend time working on everything from basic technique on the corner track to interval and sprint training on our main track. At Club MX we have three different tracks that we can train on so we get a variety of different track styles and conditions to train on. Another big part of our program is fitness off of the bike. Each day we have a gym session in the morning focusing on strength, core, and balance and each afternoon we have a cardio session either running or road biking. Things have been going really well for me. I have been building each week and it has been showing. I have been really happy with my results at the Spring Nationals and now the Area Qualifiers. It has been rewarding to see all my hard work start to pay off, but there is always room for improvement so I have to keep putting in the hours each week.
MP: Your last race, where was it and how did it go for you?
Trey Green: My last race was the South East Qualifier at Muddy Creek. It went really well for me, winning every moto except for one in the 250 B, stock and mod, and 450 B, stock and mod classes.
With a new team and a new bike, Blake Green is feeling very confident that this is his year. His Yamaha is running faster than ever and with the traction of his dunlop tires......wheeeeeeww, the guys at the front of the pack better watch out for the #48 bike. We got the chance to sit down and catch up with Blake to see how everything is going.
MP: Talk a little bit about your new team and what it is like switching bikes.
Blake Green: Yea the new team is awesome. You know switching bikes was probably the best thing for my career. I was just stuck in a hole and wasn't happy with some of the people around me an didn't feel like they had my back 100 %. So this year I'm doing it on my own and I pay for everything my self an it's back to the 50 days with just my dad and I. Honestly I love it this way cause whatever my dad wants to do with the bikes he does and I just feel more comfortable with it this way. But I couldn't thank all the guys at Thousand Oaks and Donnie Luce. There just such awesome people and I couldn't be more happy with how things are going so far.