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3Zero MX 2017

3zeroMX with Beaton’s Pro Formula Kick Off Tasmanian Pre Season MX Training

Tasmanian based 3zeroMX will team up this weekend with Beaton’s Pro Formula with a 2 day pre season motocross camp held at Santarena Park Bridport offering all Tasmanian riders the chance to build their confidence and skill set in preparation for the 2017 Tasmanian motocross season.


Brody Jennings 3zeroMX is Tasmanians leading motocross development school offering riders the opportunity to learn under years of knowledge and experience attained over a highly successful racing career. In collaboration with Ross Beaton also a multiple State and National champion, Ross now owns and runs Beatons Pro Formula based in Victoria.  Both riders hailing from Tasmania are giving back to the next generation of future stars offering them the guidance and expertise to give them the chance to become champions.


“Teaming up with Ross is always a great weekend we are very much on the same page with our coaching ideas and structure and in my opinion we now offer a very unique experience for all riders who attend our combined schools. The key is the passion we both apply to our training clinics and constant engagement bouncing new ways and ideas off each other and then transfer it all across to our students” Jennings said.


This weekends school marks the beginning of a very busy year for both 3zeroMX and Beaton’s Pro Formula with more combined schools to be released in the coming months. Keep up to date with all future training days¬†HERE.

Tasmanian Junior Riders Prepare For Nationals

Tasmanians line up of Australian Junior National riders for 2017 May be the strongest ever in depth with 22 riders attending this years championships at the Riverland Junior Mx club in Renmark SA.

Brody Jennings who will also be Tasmanian team manager and rider coach recently held a Junior National Specific preparation school for all Tasmanian riders attending the event.

“Preparing these riders for the biggest Junior event for the year is something I am very passionate about, after competing in these events every year as a junior racer and winning a number of Australian Junior Championships along the way passing on guidance and knowledge is a great way to help the next generation of our states best junior riders achieve their goals.” Jennings said. “Nurturing the up and coming future stars of our sport Is something I see as being extremely important as we all know it is one of the toughest sports to compete in and correct preparation can make a huge difference.

“3zeroMX has been leading the way in Tasmania with motocross coaching school covering all of the state working with all riders wishing to improve their riding and race results.

Read the full article at FULLNOISE.com.au