When most people hear the term “training for supercross” they think California sun and so cal tracks. Casey Brennan is taking the road less traveled down in deep southern Nm training in carzalia valley on the Johnson farm. About 15 miles west of Columbus, New Mexico lies a professionally built supercross track, outdoor track and Arenacross track nestled away in farm land that stretches about 16 miles against the U.S./ Mexican border. The perfect place to just focus on nothing but training and racing. The Johnson family, who races in the amateur ranks, generously built this sx track for Casey Brennan to have somewhere to train without having to pay 65 dollars a day to ride. Also giving him the freedom to tweak the track and add things to work his weaknesses and help him become a better rider. But it isn’t always lap times and motos for Casey Brennan. Having the privilege to work with any of the equipment also gives him the creative freedom to build jumps to play on with friends after the work is put in. Another huge perk of being nestled away in a farm 300 yards from Mexico is, well Mexico!! Anytime someone new comes down the Johnson family accompanies you on a trip into the closest Mexican Town, Palomas. Hidden in this town is, The Pink Store. Where you can enjoy some great Mexican food and cold Mexican beer, or Margarita.
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