Two of the most premier riding locations in the country are joining forces to help raise money for the A-T Children’s Project.  The charity ride will be held on Friday, November 21st, from 9am-5pm at the Georgia Practice Facility and Millsaps Training Facility in Cairo, Georgia.  These elite tracks are normally reserved for members only, but will be generously open to the public for a great day of riding while raising money for a worthy cause.

The tracks actually border each other and participants will be able to take full advantage of both facilities and their tracks.  Practice sessions will be well-organized in an effort to maximize track time while keeping a safe environment for everyone.

The amateur motocross world will be converging at the Mini O’s on November 24 and the charity ride will offer an ideal place for riders to practice prior to the event.  MTF has built a new amateur Supercross track to specifically allow riders a place to sharpen their SX skills on a full-blown prepped track just days before the gate drops at Gatorback. You can plan to arrive on Thursday after 9AM and stay the night if needed.

In addition the Toyota Trucks division will be there and you’ll get to drive a variety of big trucks through an obstacle course to feel the “Tundra” difference.

Ataxia-Telangiectasia, or “A-T,” is a debilitating childhood disease that is presently incurable and unrelenting to those children afflicted.  All the monies raised will go directly to the A-T Children’s Project for research aimed at finding a cure and life-improving therapies.  You can find out more information at

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