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“In a Zen state of mind, you do not worry … you don’t give your thoughts to your opponent, you don’t give your power or thoughts to success or failure, you don’t care about the crowd that’s watching you or the fact that no one is watching you. There is only one thought, one feeling, and that is becoming one with the track, with the bike, with the action, with the sequence.”

Rama – Dr. Frederick Lenz


MX Zen is not an exclusive group of elite riders, but a community of support for ALL riders and their families. Whether you are a fierce competitor with big dreams of going pro or someone with a love for the sport who would prefer to stick with more lesurely riding, MX Zen is the perfect tribe for everyone to become part of.


MX Zen is a network. It is a rapidly expanding and increasingly effective organization of resources and people who are all connected by their passion for motocross. Another passion many of the MX Zen’ers share, is helping each other, particularly the youth.


It’s virtually impossible to ride a dirt bike without some level of understanding and knowledge, or at least it’s not wise. Even if the intelligence is minimal, to ackowledge its existence is all that’s necessary. With a curiousity and willingness to expand the education and deepen the awareness, the ability will continue to develop with practice. Exchanging information with each other is one of the greatest gifts we have to give flowing both ways between parents, children, coaches, teammates, competitors and sponsors.


We’re often told the only thing we can depend on life is change. One of the objectives in MX is continued improvement in performance, growth, evolution, and change. This state of impermanence relates to the bikes that kids grow out of, the class they age out of, the parts that get broken and replaced, the wounds that heal, the race that finishes and the season that ends. In a world that is every changing, it makes sense that the MX world continues to evolve and expand as well as it's inhabitants.


The opportunities for contemplation in the world of motocross are endless and every rider engages in this practice whether they refer to it using this language or not. Each rider’s capacity to observe details is directly related to their success on and off the track. Whether it be inspecting their bike, surveying the track, discovering the perfect line, closing in on that holeshot, recognizing a competitor’s body language before they actually make the move,learning from mistakes and fine tuning performance, there’s much to be said about attention to detail.


Riders of all ages and levels of experience are encouraged to join this diverse network, especially those new to moto world.

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What our members are saying?

What Erika Born and the MX Zen community has done for the sport of motocross is truly amazing!!! The platform that MX Zen has given to the young riders of the sport is something that can't be matched!!! From the overall exposure for the lil rippers, to the tips for marketing your rider, to the family atmosphere and support that MX Zen has created makes me proud to be a part of something special!! What I love most about MX Zen is is the one stop shop for all things motocross.... Read More

Reggie Mcfadden

I absolutely Love that Mason and I decided to join MxZen!!  He has been racing since he was 3 years old... and I never really felt like I (me more than him) was a part of the sport! Mainly because I've personally never participated! However when I met Erika Born at a qualifier at Birch Creek things changed! I could honestly feel her compassion and love of the sport in the sound of her voice! Her love for not only the sport but EVERYONE that participates (winner or not). She... Read More

Kimberly Raynor
Mason Raynor (aka Razor Raynor #713)

Anyone who has participated in the sport of motocross is familiar with the term “motocross family”. Its something that is inevitably created by a close knit community with common purpose, goal, culture, and framework. I understood MX Zen to be rider based marketing platform to quickly raise visibility to a young rider who ultimately benefits from Erika Borns first had experience over the years. What I found is something all together different. Yes it is a marketing... Read More

James Rowell
Dimension Data - Cloud Solutions Business Unit

MXZen is the future of youth Motocross and sports in general. This company cares about the individual character of each rider. MXZen knows the way of life that each rider lives and they celebrate each step of the way based on the child’s growth no matter what level they are at. MXZen builds confidence, character, education but most of all the mental stability of each rider. They know the mental strength that this sport entails and they support their riders wholeheartedly... Read More

Eileen Carter-Campos

Roman loves being part of MX Zen and seeing all of his teammates social media results and supporting them. Learning how to market him in this industry has been a great tool and the key to him learning the importance of not just riding but supporting others. From the time he has joined MX Zen Roman's focus and excitement about motocross has improved immensely, he is back to the confident rider he was last year at this... Read More

Roman White
MX Zen Member

My son has visual perception and he has to work harder then most when it comes to riding. He isn't a top rider and the nice thing about mxzen is they treat all their riders the same and make all these children feel special. My son tells everyone how he is a mxzen rider and that they are the... Read More

Lisa Gray
Moto Mom

I don't have much experience with Mxzen with us being new members but I can say that the sense of unity among members is amazing.  People that don't know each other come together to encourage other children and families with motocross and come together to pray for healing when something tragic happens.  It's good to see an organization come together for the sake of motocross and today's... Read More

Desiree Gower
Mom of Carter Gower #610

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