The renowned trainer will expand and intensify his program to include the KTM riders.
By Hayden Gregory
Fresh of an extremely successful supercross campaign Aldon Baker has signed a lucrative deal with KTM. The trainer is well known for coaching elite riders Ryan Dungey, Marvin Musquin and Jason Anderson who have delivered five championship titles in the past three years.
The news will see the program at Baker’s Factory expand, providing the highest quality facilities for a number of new KTM riders.
“I am excited and honoured to be involved with the KTM and Husqvarna teams,” Baker said.
“A dream comes true to work with such a high caliber racing organization like the KTM GROUP. I am eager to continue my work by providing the best possible training and racing facility in the industry. It is my hope that Baker’s Factory and personal training will help the riders and team to reach their goals of winning more podiums and ultimately championships.”
Baker’s current crop of riders are on a two week break before racing commences in the 2016 Pro Motocross series where Ryan Dungey will once again be the number one contender.