CENTER HILL, Fla. (March 13, 2019) With the Daytona TT 2019 Season opener presented by American Flat Track just a sleep away, Moto Anatomy is proud to announce support for Dalton Gauthier at the Daytona TT. After his 2017 win in Daytona, Gauthier plans to come back with a vengeance having had the 2018 season off.

 At the ripe age of 20, Gauthier has shown prodigious ability highlighted in his nine podiums and three wins in the GNC2 class of 2016. His off season training was housed in Pensacola, FL where he teamed up with his new mechanic Rob Mclendon of D&D Cycles.

 Johnny Lewis, owner and coach at Moto Anatomy flat track training facility, stepped up to provide Gauthier with his 2019 KTM 450 SX-F for Daytona. In collaboration with Moto Anatomy, Gauthier will also share the program with the legendary motorsports athlete, Jeff Ward.

Moto Anatomy works in conjunction with Solid Performance KTM to provide riders with immaculate 2019 KTM 450 SX-Fs. The chassis houses a multitude of performance and chassis upgrades including suspension from WP Suspension, Beringer brakes, Dunlop tires, Rekluse clutch, Motion Pro Rev2 Throttle Kit, Motion Pro Coolant Recovery Tank, FMF exhaust, Mika Metals grips and handlebars, DT1 air filter, and much more.  

“I am super stoked to ride for Moto Anatomy’s Johnny Lewis to kick off the 2019 season”, says Gauthier. “I am really excited to get the season started with the race that I won in 2017. I worked really hard this off season riding and training with my tuner, Rob Mclendon. I think we have a great team coming together where I can work on technique and learn better set-ups. I think the KTM will be great for Daytona because it will suit my riding style really well and my technique will come in handy for the TT as well. I’m looking forward to having a really good season and staying consistent.”

“It’s great to be able to give Dalton the opportunity to compete in Daytona”, says Johnny Lewis of Moto Anatomy. “He’s a proven winner and I feel that he can come back from the challenges he’s had and prove that he is back for good”.

Follow along with Dalton Gauthier on the following social channels: Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DaltonGauthierRacing, Instagram @dalton_gauthier22 or directly at daltongauthierracing@yahoo.com.

For more information on Moto Anatomy and the upcoming 2019 Schedule contact Marketing Manager Kristen Lassen at kristen@moto-anatomy.com, visit www.moto-anatomy.com/, like on Facebook Moto Anatomy / Johnny Lewis, or on Instagram @motoanatomy_.



 Founded in 2015 by professional Flat Track/Supermoto racer Johnny Lewis, Moto Anatomy was born with the idea that every motorcycle rider is unique, and must be treated so in order to reach their highest potential. Moto Anatomy programs are custom fit – on and off the bike - to meet the students riding goals. From beginners to professionals, there are multiple package options available anywhere from one-day to five-day programs that have smaller group sizes, often just one to three riders, in order to provide a more personal, one-on-one approach with students. Moto Anatomy’s facility is located in Center Hill, Florida. A hidden gem in the more rural area of Florida for racers, smack dab in between the most pristine private motocross facilities for various disciplines of riding: Flat Track (both short track & TT), Motocross, Supermoto, and Off-Road training. There are also prime mountain bike trails and multiple cycling trails within half an hour. Moto Anatomy is just twelve miles off I-75 with major airports an hour away.