While traveling back and forth from Europe during the German Supercross series, Randall Everett taught his first class. Having enjoyed helping young riders, Randall decided he would start his own school. During his time in Germany he sat down and drew up his own logo with plans to continue his teaching in 2009.
After creating a logo and a brand, Randall taught small classes through 2009. At the end of 2009 he raised enough money to buy his own custom made tent which would be his "classroom" for the following 2 years.
Searching for a consistent place for training, Randall opened the 454FACTORY training grounds right behind his house in Nokesville, VA.
In 2011, with close watch, the local heating and air company of F.H. Furr maxed it's efforts to shut down the track in Prince William County. The track was shut down and Randall was forced to continue his teaching on the road.
After 2 years of doing numerous camps and classes in the Northeastern region; With some brainstorming between Randall and students' parents, the first amateur travel team was created. With some help from sponsors and friends; the tents, trailer, and truck allowed the team program to begin.
With supporters and sponsors stepping in to join 454FACTORY in the company's team program, the new and improved 454FACTORY hits the racing scene.
In 2014 454FACTORY grew to be one of the biggest Amateur Teams in size with having extended its program as well.