Tanner Stack has qualified once again for the largest amateur motocross race in the world, the 34th Annual Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships presented by AMSOIL at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. Stack took on over 22,000 hopefuls from across America to earn one of just 1,482 qualifying positions. Here is a little bio on our local hopeful.
Name: Tanner Stack
Hometown: Oak Grove, MO
Age: 16 Years
Bikes: Kawasaki KX250F
2015 LL Classes: Schoolboy 2 & 250B Mod
Years Racing LL's: 10th
LL Number: #39
Winning Mini O's and getting 2nd at LL's.
Sponsors or who helps you out:
Mom and Dad, Monster Energy, Team Green, Thor, Spy, Alpinestars, Dunlop, JGR, Mechanic Dougie, TCD, Renthal, RK Chains.
What does it mean to you to be competing on the biggest stage of Amateur Motocross?
It's awesome every top rider will be there.
What are you doing to prepare?
I'm doing long motos on the track and training hard in the gym.
What is your daily routine?
Wake up at 7:15AM, eat, do a warm-up in the gym, then ride until 12PM, then eat lunch, then work out at 3PM, then sleep at 9:00PM.
What is the most enjoyable part of racing motocross?
Hitting big jumps.
What is something people do not know about you but should know about you?
I love to fish.
What has been your most memorable moment racing thus far?
Winning motos at Loretta Lynn’s.
What do you believe are your key strengths?
What motivates you to do your best each time you are on the track?
So I can be a pro one day.
What have you learned from your mistakes out on the track?
You need to be smooth throughout the track
What are you looking for in terms of motocross racing?
To turn pro and be a top rider.
Favorite pre-race meal?
Chicken and rice.
Best bike you ever raced?
My mod 250 Kawasaki JGR MX motor.