Rick Johnson was one of the great AMA motocross and supercross racers of all-time. During the 1980s, he won seven AMA national championships and was part of four winning U.S. Motocross des Nations teams. In all, Johnson tallied an amazing 61 AMA national wins and earned championships in AMA Supercross and both 250cc and 500cc motocross. He retired as the all-time AMA Supercross wins leader in 1991 (his record was later broken by Jeremy McGrath). RJ's success was do in-part to his superior conditioning obtained through training. In this article Rick talks about his riding school, Champ Factory, training back in the day and what he thinks of today’s riders! Go to www.racerxvt.com to read the complete story!