At MACA, we know that riders want to explore their limits on starts, jumps, corners and passing techniques. We can provide the expert guidance and combined with the rider’s desire and commitment, anything is possible.
Glenn Macdonald is a multiple State and National Motocross Champion with over 20 years coaching experience, and is an accredited Level 2 - Master Coach.
It is with this expertise we can deliver the skill and techniques to become a champion, as evidenced by our involvement with numerous junior and senior Champions as well as the management of various racing teams.
Glenn Macdonald is also the Team Manager of the GMR Motorex KTM Junior and Senior Women's factory racing team. In 2012, the team collected an impressive 4 number one plates. We also saw two team riders represent Australia at the FIM World Junior Motocross Championships, with Mitchell Evans scoring 9th overall in the 85cc class. The results have also brought the GMR KTM championship tally to 37 in just five years, including an FIM World Junior Motocross Championship win.
Glenn also provides coaching and mentoring to a number of National level senior riders and worked with the senior Motorex KTM Racing Team through the 2008 Australian Supercross Championship - Super X as rider mentor and in 2009 as team coordinator.
We provide the following services to riders on all makes and models:
- MACA Coaching schools
- Private tuition
- Ongoing mentoring / coaching programs
- Juniors/Entry level riders
- Intermediate riders
- Advanced/expert riders
- 1 - 5 day schools
"Our goal at the Motocross Advanced Coaching Academy is to provide a professional coaching service in the motorcycling industry"
We cater for riders of all ages and skill level. Our coaches have a high standard of communication skills, presentation and racing ability and will instruct at a maximum ratio of 15:1 with no more than 30 riders per day. First Aid officers will be in attendance at all times and will be conducted primarily on Motorcycling Australia affiliated club venues.
MACA Coaching also provides voluntary assistance for the Challenge Cancer Network and has delivered the Challenge Motocross Camps for a number of years.
“We love to help the Challenge Kids with Cancer Network and delivering the Challenge Motorbike Camp is a way to contribute and bring a smile to the faces of these kids. I find it so rewarding to teach not only the young ones, but also their parents in what is an incredible weekend of fun both on and off the bikes.”