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Florida Trail Riders Magazine Volume 40 | Number 10

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Table of Contents E ditorial

3 Table of Contents 4 Prez Says 5 FTR Communications/The Editor’s Beat 6 News 7 The View from Row 7: new column 8-9 Editor’s Picks: 10 Things 11 Advertiser Index 14 Enduro Files, by Cary Hunt 15 Orange State, by Trail Rider Magazine 16 Chaplain’s Corner 17 Ask Moto Adam 18-21 Out Front: #531B

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M inutes 12-13 Executive Committee Conference Call

S cores 22-29 Overalls through Hare Scrambles #4

I nformation

30 Broxton Bridge Enduro 31 Hungry Catfish Hare Scrambles 32 Executive Committee | FTR Officials 33 Who to Contact in FTR

Florida Trail Riders Magazine is looking for members who want to get involved on the official FTR blog

34 FTR Election Ballot 36 Membership Application (floridatrailriders. 37 Where to Ride? org/ftrblog) 38 2011-2012 Competition Schedule Call (407) 71939 Mike Belle Photos 5513 or email the editor to learn more.

R emember : If you have questions regarding weather-related event cancellations, visit www.floridatrailriders.org.

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The Prez Says

From the President’s Office:

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ow, where has time gone?? November is on top of us and it is time to get serious about FTR. With November, come elections. This year, you will be electing a Vice President and a Treasurer along with all of the Area Directors. I urge you reach out and find out about the candidates. Keep FTR’s best interest in mind and cast an educated vote. We will be hiring a new business manager this month as well. We will all have to work together to keep FTR moving ahead to ensure a safe family-oriented organization for the future. Historically, we don’t get very many members to vote. I would like to see that change this year. When a lot of people get out there to vote, it shows those who are running for a position that it actually means something. This is a way for everyone to get a little involved even if you don’t want to hold an office. So, please get out and vote. I look forward to being your President for another year and to seeing what we can accomplish together.

Your FTR President -

Ford Snodgrass 555A (retired)

Attention: If there are any dual sport riders out there who are interested in being interviewed for a future magazine, please contact the editor at (407) 719-5513 or email editor@floridatrailriders.org. I’m anxious to hear stories from those who ride to the race and then ride back home! Braaaup!

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hen I received the following emails from a FTR member unhappy with the lack of ATV coverage in the last magazine, I had to laugh:

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“Subject: what the%%% - Not a single article,photo,even a mention about the ATV HS?!!.there’s some great racing going on that nobody highlighting it.I do believe are membership fees pay for this magazine also.”

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I replied with a friendly reminder that I am a one-person team and I’m always accepting content as I cannot attend all of the events or cover all of the races, but I have interviewed ATV racers before and featured ATVs on the cover, in the past, and will continue to do so. I then received this response:

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“Well, now I feel like a smuck. Maybe I was alittle harsh. Didn’t know your a one man show. I thought there was a team of reporters,and they just wasn’t covering the atv’s. I’m sorry.”

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Florida Trail Riders, Inc. (FTR) is a nonprofit organization that was established in 1971. The mission of FTR is to promote the image of responsible motorcyclists. Published 12 times a year, Florida Trail Riders Magazine is published to inform the membership of events, official business and information about the area with materials submitted by members for inclusion. Letters and photos may be submitted to: editor@floridatrailriders.org.

At the Bostwick Hare Scrambles, I snapped photos on Saturday during quad practice before finding Kayla Vawter to talk about her new column for the magazine The following week, I visited Spaceport Cycles to meet with Alvin Lopez, an old friend of mine from the motocross scene, who now works as a salesman at Spaceport. We talked about his new startup company, Maykers, Inc., a new action sports company. I’m also talking with a few veteran FTR members about starting the first FTR podcast; if any members want to be a part of this, please let me know! We are trying to figure out what kind of equipment we need to get started, and we’re also talking about having the races broadcast on a local FM radio station like they do at the GNCCs, so that’s exciting. I hope all of you have a chance to vote in the FTR Election since there are many open positions. I also want to thank Jonny Simpkins for his time served as FTR Treasurer; he is a longtime friend of my family but he is also a smart businessman and made my transition into the position of editor and publisher of magazine very transparent as I knew what was expected from the start in terms of generating revenue; he helped point me in the right direction. So, thank you, Jonny! Rock on! - JS

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Official news:

Hare Scrambles

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H From Hare Scrambles Chairman Mike Belle

I am scheduling Hare Scrambles committee meetings on the following: • 11/5/2011 Bartow 7 p.m. • 1/7/2012 Brooksville 7 p.m. • 3/24/2012 Dade City 7 p.m. • Sanction Meeting in April, TBA (May be the rain date, if used) I need a letter or email from each club listing who is authorized to represent them on the committee. I have only received a couple of these so far, so make sure your club is properly represented. See you there!

§ Chapter I, Article XIV, B:

5. Promoting Club Representatives, appointed by club and communicated in writing to the Committee Chairman by an officer of that club (One representative from each club granted a sanction for the year in question.) It will be each club’s responsibility to appoint and maintain an official representative and alternates. Failure to do so will result in no representation when roll call is made at a Competition Committee meeting

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are Scrambles scoring is probably the best it has been since I started this job last year. FTR purchased a new antenna last year and we(scoring crew) have worked diligently every race to make the system work each and every time a rider passes thru. We can honestly say we are scoring electronically at 95% + every race(still need a few of you guys to slow down a little when you pass the antenna). The few minor glitches have been resolved fairly quick because Daniel White has taken the time out of his race weekend and provided the needed services to correct the glitches. Welcome to the age of electronics. They sometimes malfunction. That is why the backup scorers are so important. HS 3 was an electronic glitch that happened as the Sunday A.M. race was on the line. Still scored everyone just no display. Daniel came to scoring and fixed the glitch after his race and in time for the P.M. race. If you can do better we are open for suggestions. My email address is score.n.it.4.ftr@gmail.com Thanks - Tim Nordle

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Race Day Massage

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It’s more than just a massage.

efore Jenna Holland’s husband lines up in the B Open class, Jenna gives him a warm up massage to “help kind of wake up the muscles,” she said, which also helps with less cramping and all-around looseness. As a licensed massage therapist, Jenna has trained with the state’s leading massage therapists where she gained experience with injuries and post-injuries. She works in Brevard County by day, specializing in car accident victims, slip and falls and frozen shoulders. “I figured a lot of the guys could benefit at the races, so that’s how I got the idea,” she said. “The problem I’m having is a lot of the guys are kind of nervous about the whole massage thing, period, so I need to get the word out that it’s not the froufrou relaxation massage that you would get at the spa.” The work she does is called Myofascial Release, which she describes as releasing “the chicken skin” between the muscle and the skin. “By releasing that, you can, first of all, move more freely and then you can access muscles that have issues,” she said. “Last race, I had an older guy who raced quads and came to me saying his neck was hurting really bad and he could barely turn it, and so I worked on him for 30 minutes and he went out and raced, stopped back by after the race - he got second place - and he said if I wasn’t able to help him release his neck that he wasn’t even going to race that day. So, it makes me feel good knowing you’re helping somebody.” Jenna also offers relaxation massages for the race wives, which start at $25; the deeptissue massage is $35 because it’s more work on her body. “So far, I haven’t done any relaxation, they’ve all been deep-tissue, even the race wives that have come,” she said. “I’m out there to help people but also to support my husbands racing habit.” ook for Jenna under the Race Day Massage tent at all the Hare Scrambles.

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A new column from #331

Kayla Vawter

The View

From Row

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s we all know, October was the month for Breast Cancer Awareness. There are many of those who have been either affected by breast cancer or know someone who has. This hits home to me and my brother as our Granny had breast cancer and survived. Many organizations show the support by wearing pink and donating to the cause. The GNCC series shows some support every year at the Ironman round. At the Cedar Creek Hare Scrambles, I was on the lookout for everyone who took the time to show their support.

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s I came across several spectators wearing their pink and complimenting

#176 of Chuck W. Piper

my “Save the Hooters” shirt, I was wishing there were more. I stopped by the HBD MotoGrafx tent to check out Ronnie Hames’ “pinked” out dirt bike along with the added touch of a pink bra. Ronnie was giving out some pink ribbons and holding a raffle. I was touched that he stepped up to the plate and came up with a “Race for the Cure,” and I am anxious to see how much he raised as our FTR family is so giving when it comes to the 50/50 raffles.

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y family, along with Chuck Piper, took the extra time to show our support. Each one of us adorned our quads and “pinked” out our front bumpers with pink duct tape and added

Kayla’s number plate

phrases such as “Save the Ta-Tas,” “I Love Boobies,” and my wonderful husband with “Free Inspections Day or Night.” Roben Griffin even took the extra time to “pink” out his chest protector and let me draw a ribbon on it and add some phrases.

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y challenge to everyone, next year during the month of October, let’s get as much pink as we can to show our support. You may never know what we may come up with for the best “pinked” out ride. Until next time...

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Kayla is the defending Quad Women Hare Scrambles champion and also the Quad Rider Representative for Hare Scrambles. Her husband, John Vawter, races Quad AA. They are both #331.

#222B of Ronnie HameS

Editor’s Picks: 10 Things to Know this month (from the FTR forum and elsewhere)

Robbie Carstens: Shoe Box for Soldiers - ...If

anyone wants to donate items for the “Shoe Box For Soldiers” Christmas program, they can be shipped directly to my son’s company stationed overseas. The support group is also accepting monetary donations to help with shipping cost, if you would prefer to do that. (Checks to be made out to 1204th FRG) Thank you everyone for your support!!

Nic Frey:

AMA National Enduros on MAVTV The channel devoted an hour to the Sandlapper Enduro coverage this morning. They showed Jeremy Powell row 17D, then commented on the trouble row 17 was having with a bridge in section 4...I didn’t recognize any other names but I’m sure they’re were more FTR people. Sounds like another good reason to go ride an enduro, get to be on TV.

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Kevin Vaughan is a stand up guy - I don’t usually call people out by name on the internet, but this really got my attention. The Big Scrub Trail Riders Home Office received a piece of mail yesterday; nothing out of the ordinary except that most of the business regarding our enduro is done with and our next race isn’t until next year. Inside was a check and a hand-written note from Mr. Vaughan stating that he couldn’t make it to our enduro this year but wants to contribute his entry fee to the club anyway. He went on to compliment BSTR and say that “You guys do great things for FTR and offroaders, thank you!!” Now, I have seen folks who have pre-entered and don’t show for the event, will sometimes tell us to just keep the entry... but this note and check were written and dated Oct. 13, a full 7-1/2 weeks AFTER our Enduro! I would like to return thanks to Kevin, for his generous donation, for keeping a good and proper perspective on what we’re all doing here, and also for reminding me of what the Florida Trail Riders is all about. Thank you, Kevin, and we look forward to seeing you at BSTR’s events in the future!!

Travis Underwood Age: 14, Class: Beginner

Before ( his first race ever ):

- My brother was really into it and we just got a bunch of money and were like, Hey, we want to try it out and it was actually really fun - I’ve been to Pax Track, actually, and where we used to ride, it was tight and technical trees - I prefer the woods where it gets all nice and muddy

- I think I’m going to do pretty good. Some of the mud areas are kind of fun to slip through - I’m more psyched than nervous

- I kind of observe everything

around me and try to find the best way through it

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After :

“ Well my race went well, it was really fun racing through the mud and the tight trees, the only down part was my shifter broke on the first lap, I couldn’t go past third gear but I figured it was all I needed. Lap two came along and there was a mud hole me and a couple other guys got stuck in, it was really bad, but from there it was pretty shall I say challenging; the mud was slick and hard to get through, my bike was pretty much sideways for a few miles. It was fun though. I did end up going down cause the mud made my bike come to a complete stop... But overall it was a really nice race, I met a guy named Andrew out there on the practice lap and we kept together for most the race. I loved every bit of it, except that my shifter broke.”

Mike Belle:

Pit riding has gotten way out of hand at the first three Hare Scrambles this season. The biggest problem has been kids (no driver’s license) riding around the pits for either fun or transportation. We have had two trips to the hospital including a broken leg, that would have not happened except for this. The tolerance level for this has gone way, way down. Penalties are going to be handed out. The first penalty is a DQ that WILL count toward your year end score. That pretty much means that you will be out of the running for a year end award if you get caught pit riding. If kids need transportation in the pits, they better bring a bicycle or good walking shoes. Needing to go to the port-a-potty will not be an accepted excuse for kids pit riding. Yes, I’ve heard it recently, don’t bother. If you don’t know the rules on pit riding, look them up and read them carefully; they are in the rule book same as last year and the year before!

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Executive Committee Meeting Minutes Conference Call on October 5, 2011 at 8:30 p.m. 8:32 p.m. Meeting called to order by President Quorum noted to conduct business

Concerns:

Roll Call: Ford Snodgrass (President) Jack Terrell (Vice President) Deborah Broderick

through the pits and near spectators at the events. There was also concern about the motor home that was hit by one of the FTR vehicles as well. Jack requests that these individuals tone it down a bit and stop racing through the pits or the clubs’ designated parking areas. Mike spoke with Donny and Carol and discussed the situations. Mike stated that he was told by the Apollo club president that the damage to the motor home would be covered by the club. Mike also mentioned to them to keep an eye on their speeds through the pits and parking areas.

(Hare Scrambles Chairman)

Jack - He was told by a concerned peewee parent that at some events

(Motocross Chairman)

(Secretary) Jonny Simpkins (Treasurer) Mike Belle Rick Dreggors

the peewee parents are being told that they are not allowed on the Cary Hunt peewee track at all. He was concerned about this action and wanted to (Enduro Chairman) know what had occurred. Mike stated that this was all a miscommunication between Donny and the clubs and that it is not being enforced as such and that if parents are on the track Donny and Mike just want them to help all riders and not just their own.

Jack - He asked if the clubs have been pre-billed for the FTR insurance the same way that we did

last year. Jonny stated that was not taken care of by the previous business manager and that he will get on it. Jack also stated that any policy whether it be the FTR-issued or from other sources has to have Florida Trail Riders, Inc. listed as additionally insured.

Jonny - Pit riding issue at the CFTR Hare Scrambles and what the EC’s stance is on the situation and what we are going to do about it. Discussion about the incident led to a motion by Jonny: EC signs a warning letter in regards to pit riding to be sent to all parents of the kids that were involved.

Jack second More discussion with Mike letting the EC know that he has talked to the parents and has informed them that the entire EC is not happy with what happened no matter if it was off-property or not. Jack withdrew the second to the motion Ford stated with no second there is no motion. Cary - Concerned about how busy the schedule is in such that work days are hard to get people to work because they are racing other events. He thinks the schedule needs to have more time in between events to allow for work weekends to accommodate the events. Jack suggested that the only thing realistically that can take place is to not allow back-to-back Hare Scrambles races on the schedule. Because of land issues and sharing properties with hunters and other groups, it is hard for the clubs to meet a schedule that is evenly placed through the season. After much discussion Ford suggested that at the next sanction meeting, and before, that we insist 12 | Florida Trail Riders Magazine | November 2011

Strike-through = not present

Jack - Discussed concerns about complaints of the EMS group’s speed

October 5, 2011

that the clubs do not schedule back-to-back Hare Scrambles dates. Deborah - She requested approval to publish the revised Rule Book. EC approved the Rule Book for publication. Ford - Why are the date and the address incorrect for the nominations ballot in the magazine? Deborah stated that it was a timing issue and an oversight on her part to catch it. There is a blurb on web site stating that the magazine is incorrect but that the web site is correct and that if any show up at the incorrect address they will be forwarded to Bill Drymon immediately. Ford - He suggested that some of the Land Use Fund money be used to help Dirty Foot Adventures open back up their doors. He suggests that they have a nice riding area and suggests that FTR donate $1,000 to help them open back up. Jack stated that to use that money for private land use sets a bad precedence and is going against what the intention of that Land Use Fund was. It is to support public land use. He stated that to use that money to help a for-profit organization is not a good idea. Mike stated that the use of the money seems to be narrow and therefore does not get used. Jack stated that if we do this once then that opens the doors to more handouts to for-profit organizations and not necessarily in support of land use for the public level. Deborah stated that if this is what we want to do then we need to address the rules around the Land Use Fund so that it allows use of the fund other than public land use. We have to change the rule book and the intentions of the collection of the Land Use Fund and possibly the collections of it all together. We collect that from every member for Land Use activities, not for- profits. Jack - We presented a draft policy to protect member’s personal information that is collected and held on the FTR database. It is our duty as officers and a corporation to protect that data. Each one using or accessing the data needs to sign the policy that states they will protect that information. Jack made a motion that we adopt the policy of sensitive personal information data as drafted.

Cary seconded it. Vote: Unanimously accepted Jack - BM (business manager throughout the minutes) contract

Jack presented a draft contract that was slightly different from the previous one that had input for some changes from the EC. Mostly it established and defined in more detail time lines of duties expected since that seemed to be the issue with the first one used. Jonny motioned to accept the BM contract with the two changes that were discussed, and to post it on the web site ASAP.

Mike second Unanimously accepted Jack - He asked if banquet results are complete.

Jonny stated that there was a serious lack of information that was not and has not been passed down from the banquet committee. He and Deborah have attempted to get the information without much success. Ford suggested sending him the questions that need to be answered and who to ask and that he will direct them to those individuals and get the information if it is still available. Jack - Asked if the HS Score Keeper is accessing the FTR database and handling email and telephone inquiries from HS riders. It appears that Don St. John has elected to not access the database. Ford told Mike to talk to Don St. John. Meeting adjourned at 10:45 p.m.

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ENDURO Files

This event is one of the best events that Florida e are three events into the Enduro has to offer. The weather turned cool for the day season now and it has been a good and some earlier rains during the week kept the season so far. First was the Lochloosa dust at bay. With some fairly serious elevation Enduro held in late August. The event was held changes for Florida, some tight technical sections on the St. Johns River Water Management District and some open sand trail, there is quite mix of property in Alachua County, which, in years conditions in this event. Again, Tyler Trammell took past, has had a problem with shedding water. top honors while dropping a five with first runner This year’s event, with all the rain we had, was up being Hunter Williams with a nine. This event great. As the first event of the season and a late was co-sanctioned August date, a lot of with SETRA so local people just weren’t Florida riders got to ready for it - I know put themselves up I wasn’t. The heat against some of the and a recent crash South’s best riders diet took a toll on to try and prove me and I was toast themselves. at the gas stop. So far this season, Tyler Trammell took we have had some the win with Hunter great events, I hope Williams finishing 5 the trend continues points behind him on throughout the rest of the day. the year. The Gobbler ext was Getter, next in line, one of my is held in middle favorites: The Alabama during the Little Brown Jug in first weekend in South Carolina on Text by Cary Hunt | Photos by Mike Belle From Enduro #3 November. If you like Labor Day weekend. a challenge, this is Last year was a the event to ride. really tough year as Several miles of off the dust was a huge camber trails, some factor but this year long tall up and was close to perfect down hills, and some trail conditions. A long and tall up and late Friday night rain down off camber shower took care of hills. It is a fun and that and, man, was challenging event, it a fun event. If you if you can make it, have never ridden please do and go this event, you owe just to have some it to yourself to ride fun riding something this one some day. different than the A mix of small to Florida sand. medium elevation I look forward to changes and lots seeing any and all of you come out and ride one of real dirt, no sand whoops, a good bit of off or more of the FTR Enduro series events - the next camber and several wooden bridges was the deal in state event will be in February at the Richloam for the day. Again, Tyler Trammell took top FTR Enduro, weather permitting; this event can be a honors with Dillon Swaim taking second from the great, fun event to ride. A250 class. Several FTR riders making the trip would like to say thank you to all the new Hare to SC had good scores at the event, and several Scrambles riders who are coming out to try our FTR Hare Scrambles riders made the trip up and Enduro Series. I hope you continue to come turned in good scores as well. out and enjoy yourself, while helping the Enduro The third event for the season was held just a few series grow. short weeks ago: the 35th running of the Orange State Enduro.

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Originally reported in Trail Rider Magazine

Orange State ENDURO Brooksville, FL - Tyler Trammell, of Dahlonega, Georgia, was the overall winner at the 35th Orange State Enduro. Tyler topped 192 other riders and lost a total of just five points in the 60+ mile race held about 55 miles north of Tampa, in the Croom Tract of the Withlacoochee State Forest. The course was all woods, sand whoops and the occasional reclaimed quarry pit - no roads at all. The race was laid out with five sections of 15-, 10-, 6-, gas stop, 11- and 16-miles. The fourth section had some arrow issues that caused it to be reduced to observation check status after the race. Trammell dropped 4, 1, 0, 0, 0 for his five point total, so he was unaffected by the fourth section change. Two more Georgians: Kody Fennell and Dillon Swaim both dropped 5, 2, 0, 0 for seven points and second and third overall. Hunter Williams of Rocky Face, Georgia dropped 5, 2, 0, 1 for eight points and fourth overall. Landon Smith had a 5, 2, 0, and 1 for fifth overall. These young guys rode much of the NEPG/AMA National Enduro Series this past year and did well. In fact, Hunter competed in the previous day’s National Enduro in Indiana. He won the Open A Class in that race, which gave him the Class Championship for the year by a narrow margin over Chase Bishop. Hunter also finished 14th Overall in the NEPG Standings for 2011 which means he’ll be one of the top 15 riders running in the Pro Class in 2012. Kody finished the year at third in the 250A Class and Tyler was fifth. We’ve definitely got some fast young guys in the Southeast. I’m beginning to sound like a broken record on weather conditions but this fall has started out great in the Southeast! Once again clear blue skies, morning temps in the upper 40s and it only

hit 82 degrees after the race was over. A couple of inches of rain earlier in the week once again reduced the dust. The Orange State was co-sanctioned as the third race of the season for FTR and the fourth race of the season

for the Southeastern Enduro and Trail Rider Association (SETRA). The Suncoast Trail Blazers were the promoting club and they put in a lot of long, hot days in the Florida sunshine to put on the race. They even had some Polynesian dancers as checkers for the section after the gas stop. (Some hot, some not! Sorry guys, I can’t lie) A big ‘Thank You’ to the club as well as the Florida Forest Service who work together to put on the event! This was my fourth year racing the Orange State. Being a north Georgia B rider, I have to admit that I struggle like a small beached whale in the sand whoops! I’m actually proud of my 44 point score even though I was nowhere

near trophying. The fast guys make it look easy but sitting back, twisting the throttle and keeping the front end up through the whoops is a lot easier said than done! Especially at about mile 55 out of 60! But I do enjoy a lot of variety in the terrain I ride and I count this race as one of the most physically demanding courses I’ve ridden in recent years. Speaking of the fast guys, when they fall, it can be ugly! Ask 40A rider Tim King - some of the fast whoops had some BIG pine tree roots in them. In the club’s defense, I’d say the roots got exposed more and more as the race went on. Tim hit one of the roots at high speed, got launched off the bike and hit a pine tree with his back (among other parts). While he was on the ground, another rider hit the same root with similar results. Tim had to be helped back to the pits but Larry Neilson of Tallahassee suffered a broken leg and was taken to the hospital. So far Tim is only reporting some really bad bruises. He’s already met his quota of broken bones in recent years! The course definitely showed a rider what kind of condition you’re in. They have some tight, twisty areas that weave around some humps and quarry pits that you wouldn’t expect to find in Florida. You had to be on your toes for sudden log crossings and roots of varying sizes. One or two hills could require a second try if you chose a bad line or someone made a mistake in front of you. And then you had plenty of sand whoops to pound the average rider into submission. The club had rehabbed portions of the trail and cut some new single track that definitely made the course more fun and less brutal than previous years. I for one appreciated their efforts! - by Rick Holsomback

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Chaplain’s The month of November means more than just getting a couple days off and filling your gut with turkey and taters.

It’s a great time to reflect and give thanks.

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e, who are members of the Florida Trail Riders (FTR), have much to be thankful for. What’s really cool is that I get the opportunity to hear it directly from you. In my article this month, I want to share the names of four men who have personally told me how much they appreciate the camaraderie, friendship and compassion of the FTR membership. et me begin with Ken Harris. As many of you know, he had a heart attack recently while playing hockey. (I knew that darn hockey was not good for your health.) As he shared his story, it was amazing how clear it was that God wanted to keep him alive for a purpose. Ken will tell you it was to get married. He and I had spoken a couple times as they attempted to set dates. However, their wedding ceremony didn’t exactly turn out the way they had planned. Because of his unexpected heart attack, an FTR friend of mine, Don Henkel (I knew him back when his son was racing), married Ken and his fiancée in the ICU waiting room just before he was moved to the surgical room for heart surgery. Ken is now smiling with his new lease on life and ever grateful for the friendships he has made with the FTR family. Because of the medication that he is currently on, he may not be lining up with

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his Super Senior C friends in the near future but his heart is certainly there with them. Congratulation Ken, not many people get a second chance!

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nother gentleman is Jochy Gomez. He was competing in one of the last two races, last season, in the Super Senior B class, when he had a fall and took a handlebar in the gut. It was painful, but he finished the race. The next day he was at the doctor’s office. After persistent pain and a series of tests, the doctors tell him that he has stage three prostate cancer. Wow. What would have happened if he had not been racing and continued with business as usual? The treatments he is now undergoing in Texas might not have been an option. Even during this low time in his life, he had nothing but praises for the FTR family. By the time you read this article, he should be winding up his time in Texas and headed home. Please continue to pray for his wife and 7-year-old daughter who are still here in Florida, as they deal with this new challenge in their lives.

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ven though I was at the race the day Michael Goodman got hurt, I didn’t hear about it ‘til after the fact. With a severely broken pelvis, not to mention the other collateral damage, he was in a lot of pain. However, Michael was still himself; all smiles when I walked into his dark hospital room. When I saw him that Sunday afternoon, he told me that his racing days are over...for a while, anyway. If you have known him as I have, it is hard to imagine him not seeing him on row 1. We are grateful for his

“Giving Thanks” time in FTR. He said he will be around. He wants to stay active in his club as well as FTR. Michael, I know you have much to be grateful for, even though you are facing another surgery in your future. Get well, my friend. We’re praying for you. Lastly, I want to mention Dan Lichtenwalter. This past weekend, at the Azalea City Hare Scrambles in Bostwick, Florida, my buddy Dan decided to take a bark and soil sample during the practice lap. Unfortunately (or maybe it is fortunately) he doesn’t remember a thing. In the process, he received multiple facial fractures and a broken femur. In the couple of phone conversations I have had with him the last 48 hours, each time he has reiterated how grateful he is for his FTR Family and the longtime friendships he shares with his club – Big Scrub Trail Riders. By the way, don’t worry about that black eye, it’s an improvement.

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e all have much to be grateful for this Thanksgiving season. I, like those just mentioned, am grateful for the friendships I share with my FTR family. I am also grateful to my wife and two children who share this sport with me. I am grateful to a loving Heavenly Father who genuinely cares for me and forgives me when I stray. Take a moment the fourth Thursday of this month (before the indigestion and heartburn show up from the third helping of sweet potato casserole) and thank your Creator; for He is good and His love endures forever (Psalm 118:1). I’ll see you on the line.Your friend,

Andy Dickson

Contact us: (904) 813-5713, orrmfamilyracing@bellsouth.net, 78 Dolphin Blvd. Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

Ask Moto Adam . . .

As the weather cools down in Florida, the racing season heats up. Whether your a beginner or a seasoned veteran, these tips will help you have a more successful season. 

1. Remember to breathe while you are riding. This may seem like a no-brainer but many riders have the tendency to hold their breath during some stressful riding situations. Try to remember to take steady breaths during your ride or race. This will give your body enough oxygen to maintain a good pace, reduce fatigue keep the dreaded arm pump to a minimum. 2. Alternate between the inside and outside lines during practice. By doing this you will practice 100% of the track and give yourself two times the opportunity to make passes during a race. 3. Use your body to position the bike. When spectating beside any size double, triple or tabletop you will notice many riders using the back brake to

lower the front end of their bike for the landing. While this is a valid technique I personally prefer to use my body to position the bike. You will want to grip the tank firmly with your knees and use your feet on the pegs to position the front of the bike. 4. Ride loose! - Try to ride with your body as relaxed as possible. You will become more fluid and less tired. I don’t mean ride lazy or unsafe, just relax where possible and you will find that you can stay out on the track longer. 5. Race the track You’ve probably heard the expressions “Race the track” or “Ride your own race”. Just focus on your own riding and maintaining a good pace on the track. Don’t worry about the other riders because you will end

up riding with similar speed riders if you focus on your own riding and where you can improve on the track. 6. Always roll the track first. When riding at a new track or one that you usually ride, it is important to take it easy on the first lap. Even if the track is the same as it w as the last time you rode it. You never know what kind of ruts, kickers and minor changes that may be present. Slowly increase your speed lap by lap until you reach your usual pace. 7. When going through a berm or rut, be sure to weight the outside peg and keep your outside elbow up. Enjoy your ride and be safe!

- Moto Adam Wald 

www.askmoto.com

Karlynn Beam

is... Out Front

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Editor’s note:

hen I first noticed the #92 Kawasaki of Karlynn Beam racing around the Hare Scrambles, I wondered if Adam Cianciarulo’s sister had finally picked up dirt bike racing, but she rides horses. I thought about the long hair flying out from under the #92 until the same girl appeared with a new number, #531, and it was then I realized that the only thing Karlynn Beam had in common with Adam - one of the fastest teenagers to ever come out Florida - was that she was fast, too. So, I found her on Facebook and snapped a few pics of her at the Bostwick Hare Scrambles before turning to Glenn Gardner of G2 Photos for something better. Glenn said he knew Karlynn but had never spoken with her personally - “She races a Kawi 100 in the same class as my youngest son Junior B. She is one of the fastest riders in that class,” Glenn told me. After chatting with her on Facebook, I called and left a message on her voicemail to set up this interview, delighted once the Alabama native returned my call... 2011 November Florida Trail Riders Magazine | 19

(phone rings) JS: Hello? KB: Hey, Jenn. It’s Karlynn - (pronounced car, lyn). JS: Oh, so, that’s how you say your name! KB: Yes, ma’am. JS: Cool. So, how was your weekend at Bostwick? (She

finished 8th out of eight in Junior B and was only scored for one lap.) KB: It was pretty good. I didn’t get that great of a start, but I kind of worked my way through the pack and I think I came around the first lap in third and then the second lap I came around and I got up into second, I actually caught the leader, and then I was coming around to the chicane and my bike seized up so it stopped working and it lost all the radiator fluid, so it overheated and quit. JS: Wow. KB: Yeah, it wasn’t too good of a weekend. JS: Why do you think that happened? KB: The radiator actually had a cut in it and it split in half, I don’t know... JS: Has that ever happened to you before? KB: No, ma’am. JS: So, you must have been riding it pretty hard, then? KB: Yeah... JS: How’s the rest of the season been so far? KB: It’s been pretty good - the first race at Lake City, I won it; I was dead last off the start and came back and won. I was pretty happy about that. At the second Hare Scrambles...I didn’t get that good of a start, either, because all the 125s beat me off the line, and I think I’d fallen and lost a couple of places and then I just came back and did my best and got third. JS: And you didn’t go to the first Bartow, are you going to the second one? KB: Probably, yes. JS: What is it like racing against the guys? KB: I like it. I like the challenge. It’s definitely a good experience because it’s made me get faster and stuff. JS: I bet! Those boys don’t care who you are! They will push anyone around! KB: They will (push me around) It’s happened. JS: When did you start riding dirt bikes? KB: I was two years old and I had actual bicycle training wheels on my JR50. We used to live in Alabama so they weren’t too big on racing there and then we moved to Florida a couple of years ago and we went to a race in Reddick, Fla., at the track there and I just started loving it then, and we found out from a couple people there about FTR and just started going to the races. JS: So, you started on motocross? KB: Yeah, a little bit of both. I do motocross like mainly whenever we don’t do FTR but I also do GNCC. JS: Which do you prefer?

KB: I like the trails because I’m more successful at that. JS: And how old are you? KB: I’m 15. JS: Are you in high school? KB: Yeah, I’m a sophomore. JS: Nice. Are you the only one in your school who races? KB: There’s a couple of people I know that race but they

race motocross and they don’t really know what FTR is or nothing like that. JS: And where is that? In Middleburg? KB: Yeah, it’s up in Jacksonville; we lived like 30 minutes away from the last race (at Bostwick). JS: Cool. So, you used to be #92 before? KB: Yeah, we bought a bike from Adam Cianciarulo; he’s like the top amateur rider, and we just stuck with that number because he’s just like one of the people that I like to watch ride because he’s so fast. JS: Then you changed your number to #531? KB: Yeah, it’s my birthday, so we just stuck with that. JS: Awesome. What’s your family like? KB: My dad and my mom always come with me to the races. I have a brother but he doesn’t really participate in that. JS: But your mom is cool with coming to the races? KB: Yeah, she loves it. JS: Nice. What is your favorite part about racing? KB: Because I like to win and I like to do good and I just like the intensity of it and all the hype about it and stuff like that. JS: Does your boyfriend race? KB: No. JS: So, that’s cool, don’t you think? KB: Yeah, I think so. JS: Do you have any long-term goals in racing, or are you just having fun? KB: Yeah, I want to be the first girl to race in GNCC in the XC1 class, not like racing with the girls in GNCC, like racing with the guys. That’s definitely something I want to do, and I definitely want to go to college and if that doesn’t work out then I want to be a lawyer. JS: Awesome. Who else do you look up to at the races? KB: I like Mike Alessi and Adam (Cianciarulo), of course, and Ryan Dungey and a bunch of pros like that. Ashley Fiolek - she’s real fast and I like the way she rides; she’s real smooth. JS: So, that’s why you’re racing in Junior B, so you’ll be ready for XC! I definitely respect you for that. Was it your dad’s idea? KB: No, we just always done that and I like racing with the boys. JS: So, that’s why you’ve been racing with the guys! I definitely respect you for that. Was it your dad’s idea? KB: No, we just always done that and I like racing with the

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boys. JS: Cool. And you started riding a bigger bike this year? KB: Yeah, I got it a couple of months ago. It’s a 125 Yamaha...I can’t, like, go fast on it like my other bike, so I don’t really like to ride it but it’s a good learning curve for me, you know, it’s definitely good to have one. I’m starting to ride it a lot more so maybe the last couple of races I’ll ride it and see. JS: How tall are you? KB: I’m 5’2. JS: Oh, yeah, there’s definitely more room to grow!...Have you always been on Kawasaki? KB: Yeah, pretty much. I like green. JS: What’s one thing that you want to work on to get better? KB: Maybe turning the throttle more; I’m, like, scared of it...It’s such a bigger bike and I can’t really go that fast on it and my cornering, yeah, I can work on that. JS: Plus it weighs more, right? KB: Yeah, it’s a lot heavier. JS: How do you train off the bike? KB: I have a road bike and I do that a lot, and I run and we go riding during the week usually one time, and then we go both days on the weekend. JS: So, you must be pretty busy. Do you do anything else? KB: I love shopping and getting new things, especially new gear and stuff...I need some new

gear; I got holes wearing through the knees where my knee braces tear holes in them. JS: I have to ask: where did you get your name from? KB: Well, my dad’s middle name is Karl and my mom’s middle name is Lynn so they kind of worked together. JS: That is so cool! What’s your brother’s name? KB: His name is Colby. I don’t know where they got that. JS: Do you like living in Florida? KB: I definitely like it more here than Alabama. JS: What’s your favorite thing about FTR? KB: I love how people are so nice and friendly; everyone is always smiling and having a good time so I definitely like it. JS: It’s a little bit different than the motocross track, right? KB: Yeah, definitely. JS: Cool. So, what are you looking forward to in the next couple of races? KB: I’m looking forward to getting to race my bike the whole race - hopefully it doesn’t blow up again, but that happens. It’s racing. JS: Exactly. Who do you want to thank, Karlynn? KB: I have my mom and dad, of course, and the Lord Jesus Christ. Matrix Concepts, TH Racing, PR2 - they help me out with my suspension, DeCal Works Graphics. That’s really about it. §

“I’m looking forward to getting to race my bike the whole race - hopefully it doesn’t blow up again, but that happens. It’s racing.”

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Number of Events Sanctioned Number of Events Counted Number of Events Required for Award 40913 Number of Team Events Counted 41044

Name Mose Howard Shane Hoskins Joey Medina Jr Dustin Morgan Kyle Parsons Palmer Lynch Kyle McAfee Clay Lyons Jonathan Belle Jaco Wolmarans Chad Allen Gene Kapica Jr Ricky Skaggs Travis Hullfish Name Lucas Nanney JP Wilson Michael Jones Clayton Carter Nicholas Frey Seth Robbins Alex Mitz David Settle Matt Lyons JD Tillman Kevin Smith Juander Rodrigues Tommy Hill Chris Sprayberry Delmi Molina Benjamin Gavins Ryan Martin Ryan Steffey Joshua Lyons David Settle Lee Trump Name Luke Parsons Branson Blake Logan Garcia Kurt Lucas Corey Blanton Delmi Molina Billy Bonner Sean Daugherty Name Ryan Snodgrass Jordi Garcia Kevin Wild Nick Lieske Jonathan Wallace Alex Fuller Bobby Artman Name Scott Gawler Kyle Johnson Jeff Holland, Jr Shane Price Dominick Graziosi Steve Clark Jeffery Tyson Mike Brandl Tyler Barr

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Total Events Points Run 197 4 192 4 133 3 132 4 127 3 124 3 61 2 47 1 43 1 43 1 40 1

Total Events Points Run 190 4 186 4 174 4 159 4 154 4 128 4 128 4 119 3 112 3 107 3 86 2 79 2 64 3 53 2 43 1 41 1 40 1 38 1 34 1 33 1 10 1 Total Events Points Run 192 4 187 4 178 4 134 4 104 3 50 1 41 1 Total Events Points Run 200 4 184 4 96 3

94 2 88 2 43 84 2 43 43 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 50 50 50 50 200 4 45 47 37 45 174 4 40 19 41 41 141 4 43 47 38 128 3 38 43 38 DNF 119 3 37 36 37 110 3 47 47 94 2 45 45 90 2 39 50 89 2 45

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218A 101A 199A 104A B OPEN Bike # 91B 34B 33B 17B 422B 8B 63B 2B 419B 463B 15B 917B 121B 28B 143B 179B 152B 920B 114B 42B 631B 27B B 250 Bike # 40B 32B 15B 646B 341B 36B 21B 455B 881B 88B 949B 323B 410B 159B 29B 155B 424B 6B 22B 216B 727B 712B 1B B 200 Bike # 313B 21B 27B 127B 101B 112B 777B 18B 28B 13B 759B 88B 410B C OPEN Bike # 77C 111C 21C 70C 66C 88C 929C 57C 40C

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Name Scott Gawler Kyle Johnson Jeff Holland, Jr Shane Price Dominick Graziosi Steve Clark Jeffery Tyson Mike Brandl Tyler Barr Derek Winship Brian Ashby Damon Keister Travis Meisman Dylan Eaton Ryan Plumley Justin Brock Cody Polanis Ricky Payne Eddie Gonzalez Scott Vilio William Sloup Heith Heidrich Name Kyle Fischer Garrett David Jacob Corlett Jimmy Loomis Joel Gregor Dylan Long Brandon St John Cory Lukosavich Tyler Hackenberger Clayton Edmonson Craig Maddox Jeffery Smith Dallas Blake Alex Hitz Jason Frazee Cody Merrick David McLaughlin Chris Durrance Jason Hood Thomas Jaudas Chase Kirk Kent Ashby Matt Laming Name Sergio Santana, Jr Spencer St. John Tyler Miller Andrew Baron Jonathan Wallace Cody Thomas Thomas Harris Michael Whigham Brad Puffenburger Justin Duthie Stephen Zaffiri West Anderson Sterling Edwards Name Jeff Marinko Sean Decosta Robert Axelson Douglas McCarthy Duncan Doyle Matt Johnson Ricky Payne Steve Johnson Travis Free

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13B Justin Duthie 759B Stephen Zaffiri 88B West Anderson 410B Sterling Edwards C OPEN Bike # Name 1 77C Jeff Marinko 2 111C Sean Decosta 3 21C Robert Axelson 4 70C Douglas McCarthy 5 66C Duncan Doyle 6 88C Matt Johnson 7 929C Ricky Payne 8 57C Steve Johnson 9 40C Travis Free 10 366C Andrew Faust 11 410C Mark Robinson 12 2C Casey Keys 13 80C Krzysztof Hila 14 318C Richard Sommers C 250 Bike # Name 1 151C Kurt Cosman 2 64C Terry Mardis 3 25C Benjamin Mullins 4 101C Troy Wiek, Jr 5 888C Joey Cancio-Bello 6 326C Guido Cortes 7 215C Ryan Colon 8 521C Chris McGuckin 9 16C Derek Holton 10 61C Jorge A. Rios 11 3C Zachary Frasier 12 17C Nick Doerr 13 10C David Kumanchik 14 113C William McCaslin 15 711C Bryan Riley 16 731C Justin Mack 17 88C Matt Johnson 18 128C Kasey Evans 19 7C Logan Anderson 20 182C Josh Degood 21 113C Brian McDevitt 22 909C Kaleb McDonald 23 186C Christopher Ross 24 394C Daniel Dunson 25 14C Austin Broome 26 72C Josh McKay 27 33C Matt Daugherty 28 71C Michael Parks 29 231C Hunter Shields 30 11C Brad Englert 31 52C Justin Dowrey 32 321C Jason Huffmire 33 711C Bryan Riley 34 188C Nicholas Lacaze C 200 Bike # Name 1 23C Steve Rodgerson 2 81C Johnny Katopis 3 524C Dylan Davis 4 129C Kyle Evans 5 882C Danny Hill 6 4C Travis Free 7 88C Jordan Farmer 8 90C Ryan McCarthy 9 115C Kristofer Fileger 10 102C Michael Ridgway 11 87C Seth Pfister 12 112C Cody Thomas 13 55C Travis Mousette 14 82C Josh Degood 15 83C Fred Heery, Jr VETERAN A Bike # Name 1 140A Scott Palmieri 2 168A Jon McCabe 3 13A Michael Goodman 4 131A Craig Wilder

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13 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 45 45 40 45 47 50 50 DNF 41 47 47 47 45 13 38 50 50 43 43 43 43 41 39 37 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 41 36 45 41 33 33 36 33 45 39 47 40 40 DNF 43 43 37 41 37 38 45 39 43 37 10 32 30 35 35 30 39 34 31 36 29 38 32 38 41 DQ 16 45 50 47 47 DNF 43 37 34 39 32 40 9 47 DNF 50 10 31 40 38 36 35 35 34 34 33 32 DNF DNF 15 DNF 14 10 9 9 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 47 45 47 13 45 40 40 45 40 43 13 43 50 43 50 DNF 47 45 41 41 50 47 43 41 DNF 41 39 39 19 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 45 50 47 47 50 50 DNF 47 47 45 45

45 43 38 13 Total Points 175 147 135 92 51 50 50 43 43 43 43 41 39 37 Total Points 163 135 131 123 121 120 119 107 104 101 99 95 95 94 80 73 72 56 50 41 40 38 36 35 35 34 34 33 32 15 14 10 9 9 Total Points 139 138 128 106 93 92 82 50 47 43 41 41 39 39 19 Total Points 189 100 94 90

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112C 55C 82C 83C VETERAN Bike # 1 140A 2 168A 3 13A 4 131A 5 306A 6 260A 7 1A 8 3A 9 97A VETERAN Bike # 1 311B 2 332B 3 110B 4 9B 5 26B 6 324B 7 22B 8 305B 9 320B 10 5B 11 418B 12 316B 13 41B 14 54B 15 340B 16 21B 17 37B 18 32B 19 88B 20 77B 21 65B 22 7B 23 12B 24 700B 25 27B 26 282B 27 40B 28 4B 29 69B 30 491B VETERAN Bike # 1 101C 2 42C 3 28C 4 111C 5 17C 6 308C 7 789C 8 37C 9 340C 10 928C 11 53C 12 428C 13 118C 14 112C 15 95C 16 159C 17 221C 18 10C 19 168C 20 414C 21 377C 22 72C 23 374C 24 21C 25 5C 26 761C 27 11C 28 4C 29 199C 30 265C

Cody Thomas Travis Mousette Josh Degood Fred Heery, Jr A Name Scott Palmieri Jon McCabe Michael Goodman Craig Wilder Shaw Dunkel Jay James Fernando Davila Robert K. Camp Dave Steindl B Name Rodrigo Velez Michael Relyea Alex Gutierrez LT Adreon Jonathan Nix Chip Golden Michael Dinsmore Jason Sessions Chad Holman Scott Lamb Jerry Bean Jr. Phillip Mageloff Jason Garrett Raul Chacon Sr Keith Hendry Josh Hennessey Derek Neland Sergio Garcia Steve Lindquist John White Curt Gregory Stuart Gipson Avo Laido Erick Bond Andy Tovey James Gallo Todd LaBarge David Tenenbaum Jorge Rivera James Aeckerle C Name Steven Butler Morgan Finnerty Stephen McDonald Joseph Vann Randy King Darin Golden Matt Kwartler Todd Schnitz Michael Krompegal David Chorazak Bernie Ruiz Dan Aitken Greg Solis Stephen Rich Miguel Solivan Shane Hitz Larson Erickson Steve Augustine Frank Geremia Russ Cammack John Rust Gary Swoap Patrick Lincoln Ryan Banks Andy Tovey Chris Miller William Fischer Jason Leishman Thomas Repoza Juancarlo Erigoyen

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41 1 39 1 39 39 1 19 19 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 45 50 47 47 189 4 50 50 DNF 100 2 47 47 94 2 45 45 90 2 50 50 1 45 45 1 43 43 1 43 43 1 26 26 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 50 50 41 45 186 4 37 45 47 43 172 4 47 36 30 40 153 4 42 45 34 31 152 4 40 43 33 32 148 4 43 50 50 143 3 36 37 35 33 141 4 41 47 39 127 3 39 38 8 36 121 4 39 43 37 119 3 45 16 45 12 118 4 40 38 34 112 3 38 17 DNF 47 102 3 35 32 27 94 3 35 27 28 90 3 45 38 83 2 41 40 81 2 37 35 72 2 29 29 58 2 11 16 30 57 3 11 16 29 56 3 11 36 47 2 41 41 1 39 39 1 8 26 34 2 31 DNF 31 1 28 28 1 25 25 1 15 9 24 2 8 8 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 37 40 45 47 169 4 39 36 50 43 168 4 41 45 43 37 166 4 50 47 50 147 3 36 39 38 33 146 4 30 47 39 116 3 33 41 38 112 3 31 38 DNF 34 103 3 28 36 30 94 3 29 34 28 91 3 45 43 88 2 43 43 86 2 40 45 85 2 37 40 77 2 35 41 76 2 40 35 75 2 39 32 71 2 38 29 67 2 35 11 46 2 41 41 1 37 37 1 36 36 1 35 35 1 34 34 1 32 32 1 31 31 1 11 11 1 9 1 9 1 7 7 1 39

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377C 72C 374C 21C 5C 761C 11C 4C 199C 265C SENIOR Bike # 8A 102A 517A 200A 9A 32A 34A 28A 848A 35A 71A 1A 21A 69A 777A 53A 128A SENIOR Bike # 11B 21B 123B 34B 86B 4B 17B 321B 14B 420B 222B 8B 238B 79B 646B 757B 23B 90B 6B 214B 18B 29B 186B 43B 757B 15B 13B SENIOR Bike # 200C 196C 20C 33C 51C 325C 108C 828C 117C 818C 15C 111C 444C 753C 142C 677C 3C 38C 716C

John Rust Gary Swoap Patrick Lincoln Ryan Banks Andy Tovey Chris Miller William Fischer Jason Leishman Thomas Repoza Juancarlo Erigoyen A Name Bradley Stanton Jason Chambers Jeremy Powell Jason Langworthy Greg Melka Kevin Watts Chad Hunter Scott Curtis Steve Loomis, Sr Billy Cone George Edwards Kevin Ferrell Mario Olivencia Peter Magee Lane Wood Jason Blankenship Greg Wrobel B Name Ian Joubert Jorge Colon Mike Zabarac Ryan Turner Tim Smith Daniel White Marcelo Dadone Sergio Santana, Sr Scott Dawson Mark Prenoveau Ronnie Hames David Jensen Blake Austwick Danny Grubb James (Bob) Loomis George Castillo Robert Pierce Shawn Norton Mark Droubie Jerry Mena Vernon Hackett Jeff Chambers Roy Fairbrother Mace McMillan Jorge Castillo Dario Mazzitelli Evan Schantz C Name Ivan Pacheco Mark Zaremskas Charles Nix Tom Widener Eric Rasberry Frank Gamperl Rob Michaels Mike Hunter Troy Stainbrook Irvin Kelly Kevin Vaughan Kevin Martin Mike Wilsey Erik Barr Mike Spaw Oris (Don) Combee Scott Heaton Mark Boris Jerry Bentley

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37 1 36 1 35 35 1 34 34 1 32 32 1 31 31 1 11 11 1 9 1 9 1 7 7 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 45 40 40 45 170 4 50 50 50 150 3 47 47 47 DNF 141 3 45 45 47 137 3 43 43 43 129 3 45 41 86 2 47 38 DNF 85 2 39 43 82 2 40 38 78 2 38 12 50 2 50 50 1 41 41 1 41 41 1 39 39 1 39 39 1 37 37 1 37 37 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 45 45 43 47 180 4 45 43 39 45 172 4 43 40 41 41 165 4 41 39 40 39 159 4 50 50 47 147 3 45 50 43 138 3 34 33 38 32 137 4 40 41 36 117 3 10 10 45 50 115 4 35 DNF 36 36 107 3 47 47 11 DNF 105 3 38 38 76 2 37 37 74 2 38 35 73 2 DNF 36 36 72 2 39 33 72 2 31 40 71 2 33 32 65 2 11 34 45 2 10 DNF 35 45 2 32 11 43 2 37 37 1 36 DNF 36 1 35 35 1 34 34 1 31 31 1 10 10 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 38 43 50 50 181 4 41 47 47 45 180 4 39 41 43 47 170 4 36 39 38 38 151 4 31 38 36 34 139 4 45 45 45 135 3 33 33 35 31 132 4 40 40 43 123 3 37 37 41 115 3 35 41 37 113 3 47 10 47 104 2 32 35 35 102 3 28 34 39 101 3 30 37 33 100 3 24 32 34 90 3 40 40 80 2 10 32 30 72 3 36 36 72 2 43 43 1 36

12 111C Kevin Martin 13 444C Mike Wilsey 14 753C Erik Barr 15 142C Mike Spaw 16 677C Oris (Don) Combee 17 3C Scott Heaton 18 38C Mark Boris 19 716C Jerry Bentley 20 30C Jack Watson 21 636C EJ Hesse 22 24C James Welch 23 369C Dan Thaler 24 41C Eric Sanders 25 42C Brenton Teixeira 26 497C Pete McNamara 27 7C Richard Goff 28 357C Jaime Yanguas 29 314C Chris Reid 30 94C Steven Skinner 31 251C Mike Warm 32 850C Kevin Roberts SUPER SENIOR A Bike # Name 1 911A Scott Gawler 2 211A Donald St. John 3 431A Brian Coughlin 4 37A Brett Long 5 534A Dana Gaines 6 21A Jerry Curtis 7 24A Jerald Brownell 8 9A James Clingan 9 6A Paul Lucas 10 409A Ted Edgar 11 55A Daniel Hilker 12 15A Mark Mannschreck 13 731A John Bergen 14 20A David Wyatt 15 555A Ford Snodgrass 16 164A Don T. Harms 17 50A Lee Welker 18 52A Thomas McGinity 19 23A M David Morrell Sr 20 834A Robin Frey 21 210B Andy Dickson 22 145A Randy White 23 27A Brooks Tomblin, Sr SUPER SENIOR B Bike # Name 1 815B Mike Muchard 2 1B Jon Horner 3 24B Don Chriss 4 46B David Wildner 5 35B Daniel Holder 6 141B Glenn Peskar 7 26B Woody Crumm 8 863B Troy Weeks 9 8B Levic Allen 10 42B David McArthur 11 575B Cary West 12 90B Ben Kelly 13 12B Avo Laido 14 30B David Parsons 15 770B Jochy Gomez 16 569B Eric Gray 17 121B Charles Fuller 18 888C Rick Bertine 19 19B Dave Wagner 20 621B Jeff Wilkinson 21 66B Scott Doerr 22 11B George Tolson 23 92B Tim Willis 24 28B Robert Tyrell 25 86B Chris Swanbom SUPER SENIOR C Bike # Name 1 11C Kurt Drummond 2 701C John Ryll 3 2C Sam Frasier 4 21C David Davis

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102 3 101 3 100 3 90 3 40 80 2 10 30 72 3 36 36 72 2 43 43 1 39 39 1 27 10 37 2 26 10 36 2 34 34 1 33 33 1 32 32 1 29 29 1 25 25 1 14 14 1 10 10 1 8 8 1 7 7 1 7 7 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 45 36 45 41 167 4 43 40 40 43 166 4 40 41 41 40 162 4 45 45 33 34 157 4 34 41 37 37 149 4 38 45 50 13 146 4 50 45 50 145 3 35 38 35 36 144 4 50 47 32 129 3 32 39 39 110 3 41 37 31 109 3 47 10 45 102 3 47 47 94 2 39 43 82 2 33 43 76 2 38 38 76 2 36 39 75 2 37 35 72 2 35 36 71 2 47 6 53 2 10 33 43 2 34 34 1 17 17 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 47 47 43 47 184 4 45 45 50 43 183 4 43 38 40 32 153 4 43 36 50 129 3 41 45 37 123 3 39 38 39 116 3 41 34 38 113 3 40 33 40 113 3 37 32 36 105 3 47 41 88 2 45 41 86 2 37 45 82 2 39 39 78 2 40 35 75 2 37 30 67 2 31 35 66 2 47 47 1 41 41 1 39 39 1 38 38 1 34 34 1 32 32 1 29 29 1 28 28 1 9 9 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 47 45 50 50 192 4 40 43 35 47 165 4 11 37 40 43 131 4 45 36 45 126 3 39 33 34 40 32

22 11B George Tolson 23 92B Tim Willis 24 28B Robert Tyrell 25 86B Chris Swanbom SUPER SENIOR C Bike # Name 1 11C Kurt Drummond 2 701C John Ryll 3 2C Sam Frasier 4 21C David Davis 5 188C Don Polanis 6 919C Randy Bolen 7 770C Raymond Burr 8 112C Chris Smith 9 6C Charles Fizer 10 62C William Abraira 11 66C Larry Thomas 12 240C William St. Laurent 13 192C Albert Falcon 14 27C Jeff Hendricks 15 520C Sam Jarczynski 16 83C Matthew Covey 17 617C Tony Waters 18 266C Robert Ryan 19 81C Brian Atwater 20 392C Jack Hatfield 21 101C Kevin Herlong 22 729C Pete Lusa 23 17C Todd Strausbaugh 24 19C Donald Baham 25 727C Joe Kirk 26 18C Tracy Kulaga 27 61C David Page 28 95C Kenneth Harris 29 89C Frank Montz 30 28C Ronald Francis 31 325C Nick Brown Sr 32 20C Jorge Sanchez 33 10C John Baltzell 34 121C Bill Parmley 35 141C James Golden MASTER A Bike # Name 1 93A David Johnson 2 121A Mark Ernst 3 32A David Hill 4 8A David (Chris) Berg 5 41A Gary Gardner 6 20A Gary Williams 7 822A Kenny Boyd 8 13A Donald Owen 9 57A Jeff Holland Sr 10 119A Randy Rash 11 115A Mark Bordelon 12 61A Les Evans 13 755A Randy Griffin 14 2A Richard Edwards 15 15A Kevin Hodge 16 153A Paul Giorgio 17 73A Tim Myers 18 612A Donald Clyde 19 16A David Francis 20 7A Mike Frazee 21 50A Richard Reid MASTER B Bike # Name 1 47B Brad Gustafson 2 75B Michael Delligatti 3 111B David Thompson 4 7B David Duthie 5 65B Will Hardin

32 32 1 29 29 1 28 28 1 9 9 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 47 45 50 50 192 4 40 43 35 47 165 4 11 37 40 43 131 4 45 36 45 126 3 39 41 45 125 3 41 41 38 120 3 38 33 39 110 3 36 34 37 107 3 39 33 32 104 3 38 10 41 89 3 43 39 82 2 40 40 80 2 34 27 61 2 50 50 1 50 50 1 47 47 1 47 47 1 11 35 46 2 43 43 1 38 38 1 37 37 1 37 37 1 36 36 1 35 35 1 34 34 1 32 32 1 31 31 1 31 31 1 30 30 1 29 29 1 28 28 1 10 18 28 2 18 18 1 9 9 1 8 8 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 47 43 43 45 178 4 42 45 45 41 173 4 43 50 39 39 171 4 50 50 50 150 3 47 47 43 137 3 45 40 47 132 3 45 41 40 126 3 40 41 34 115 3 38 40 35 113 3 41 36 77 2 38 76 2 38 37 37 74 2 33 34 67 2 39 39 1 38 38 1 36 36 1 35 35 1 33 33 1 32 32 1 32 32 1 13 13 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 50 50 50 50 200 4 39 43 43 39 164 4 41 41 34 36 152 4 28 40 145 4 37 40 45 45 47 137 3

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

158B Steve Carter 12B Robbie Carstens 54B Glenn Mousette 113B Steven Maher 123B Steve Thomson 112B Joey Young 67B Mark Cronk 29B Eduardo Garcia 823B Mitch Melheim 46B Scott Howell 41B Ray Spivey Jr 11B Dan Englert 5B Britt Hissong 22B Mitch Silverstein 28B Danny Kittell 99B Ed Lukosavich 167B Harry Pollard 60B Scott Corlett 19B Ben Huss 288B Glenn Gardner 44B Bill Jenkins Jr 66B Ty Thomas 24B Mike Hansen 466A Joe Steidl 423B Charles Colon 578B Patrick Voltaire 707B Rocky Gavins 61B Neil Schulman 23B James Rowland 524B Stephen Harp 317B Mike Pakledinaz 9B Wade Anderson 88B Randy Rhodes 3B Mike Belle 326B Henry Croley 888B Rick Bertine 100B Mike Farmer 101B Dan Dyer 114B Daniel Baxley 1B Bruce Steinberger MASTER C Bike # Name 1 833C John Goddard 2 40C Scott Fischer 3 13C William Toreki 4 61C Angel Mendez 5 4C Tony Rodgerson 6 53C David Pierce 7 11C Rick Hathaway 8 10C Patrick Mullins 9 30C Thomas Glancy 10 54C Ted Schropp 11 9C Carlos Colorado 12 33C Bob Brown 13 71C Scott Ashby 14 161C Joe Rieszer, Sr 15 76C BJ Harris 16 130C Robert Wilder 17 777C Jim Porter

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135 4 117 3 38 114 4 112 3 43 112 3 40 100 3 33 37 99 3 28 34 96 4 47 94 2 43 40 83 2 26 19 38 83 3 11 40 28 79 3 34 41 75 2 36 38 0 74 2 DNF 35 DQ 33 68 2 29 39 45 0 113 3 0 33 35 0 68 2 25 0 17 25 67 3 38 0 22 0 60 2 30 0 23 0 53 2 26 26 52 2 22 27 49 2 25 15 32 72 3 21 24 45 2 27 16 43 2 37 6 43 2 32 5 37 2 36 36 1 33 33 1 32 32 1 31 31 1 27 27 1 25 25 1 24 24 1 23 23 1 21 21 1 20 20 1 7 7 1 6 DNF 6 1 4 4 1 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Points Points Run 47 45 39 41 172 4 41 43 37 37 158 4 40 37 36 40 153 3 39 38 38 34 149 4 50 41 50 141 3 43 47 DNF 45 135 3 45 50 35 130 3 36 40 43 119 3 39 28 39 106 3 37 37 29 103 3 36 34 33 103 3 DNF 35 31 28 94 3 40 47 87 2 41 43 84 2 45 36 81 2 40 40 80 2 35 38 73 2

18 6C Bill Garrett 19 62C Mark Branton 20 18C Joseph Hood 21 1C Alton Snellgrove 22 88C Brian Krause 23 17C Marc Pettit 24 48C Steve Lannon 25 12C Jack May 26 17C James Swinford 27 156C George McGourty 28 77C Jimmie Williams 29 27C Raymond Spudeck 30 68C Fred Heery, Sr 31 79C Quinn Holton 32 157C Jimmy Waters 33 354C John Crafton 34 28C Clifford Eaton 35 72C Michael Whigham 36 35C Michale Riddle 37 25C Dean Kumanchik GOLDEN MASTER A Bike # Name 1 15A Gates Pelletier 2 27A Thomas Miller 3 103A David Johnson 4 86A Mike Reynolds 5 6A Greg Davis 6 3A Robin Arnold 7 1A Bernard List 8 31A Roland Lyons Jr 9 74A Thomas Missimer 10 33A George Pope 11 24A Bill Girard 12 110A Kenny Brown 13 41A Duke Finch 14 5A Ron Hawk 15 22A Bill Rhonehouse 16 44A Kirt Linch 17 8A Tom Fleming 18 10A Drew Humston GOLDEN MASTER B Bike # Name 1 66B Mark Rhoades 2 828B Mike Hauptkorn 3 7B Allen Pearce 4 723B Kenny Malewicz 5 16B Fred Storm 6 362B Richard Widerman 7 43B Tom Rose 8 19B Larry Roberts 9 69B David C Shade, Sr. 10 444B Boyd BradďŹ eld 11 65B John Bekanich 12 305B Patrick Sessions 13 32B George Auter 14 119B Tim Miller 18 11B Roger Webb WOMEN A Bike # Name 1 5A Lacey Nordle 2 151A Tiffany Hoskins 3 28A Kelsey O'Donnell 4 9A Deborah Broderick 5 10A Kerri Chambers WOMEN B Bike # Name 1 9B Jennifer Howard 2 3B Julie Miller 3 128B Tamara Gamperl 4 86B Kimberly Reynolds 5 21B Dawn Laido 6 40B Ramsey Henderson 7 31B Amanda Richardson WOMEN VETERAN Bike # Name

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68 3 68 3 66 2 31 65 2 25 25 60 3 50 1 47 47 1 38 1 25 35 2 35 1 32 32 1 32 1 32 32 1 30 1 30 30 1 29 DNF 29 1 27 27 1 26 26 1 11 22 2 10 1 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Run 38 36 167 4 33 34 152 4 50 150 3 43 45 133 3 45 40 130 3 39 50 130 3 36 35 116 3 47 47 106 3 43 90 2 34 16 89 3 41 39 80 2 40 38 78 2 41 41 1 40 1 37 37 1 37 37 1 35 35 1 16 16 1 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Run 43 45 180 4 50 50 150 3 40 128 3 43 93 2 45 92 2 38 DNF 81 2 39 80 2 40 80 2 39 41 80 2 47 47 1 47 47 1 41 1 41 DNF 41 1 13 13 1 0 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Run 50 45 192 4 43 47 185 4 14 50 161 4 45 43 133 3 47 47 1 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Run 41 50 191 4 45 45 180 4 47 137 3 43 47 131 3 40 80 2 50 14 64 2 DNF 47 1 #3 #4 Total Events Points Points Points Run 27

5 21B Dawn Laido 6 40B Ramsey Henderson 7 31B Amanda Richardson WOMEN VETERAN Bike # Name 1 18V Jenni Lamb 2 4V Cheryl Myers EVOLUTION A Bike # Name 1 55A Daniel Hilker 2 79A Kyle McAfee 3 60A Cash Jacobs 4 16A Paul Lucas 5 77A Joshua Jacobs 6 13A Michael Goodman 7 817A Jeffery "J.P." Wilson 8 21A Jerry Curtis 9 455A Cory Lukosavich 10 101A Kurt Lucas 11 153A Ryan Mieszczenski 12 82A Kelsey O'Donnell 13 3A Michael Sizemore 14 181A Mike Brennan 15 268A Will Johnson 16 50A Richard Reid 17 141A Ricky Skaggs 18 547A Brian Dinkel 19 143A Scott Dawson 20 789A Maynard Patterson EVOLUTION B Bike # Name 1 9B John Evans 2 44B Bill Jenkins Jr 3 7B Michael Sacco 4 410B Dallas Blake 5 66B Scott Doerr 6 131B Adam Edwards 7 14B Joseph Keister 8 99B Ed Lukosavich 9 162B Peter Rose 10 250B Lee Smith 11 728B Nicholas(Cole) 12 370B Patrick Franklin 13 42B Chester Cowart 14 16B Troy Dietz 15 61B Neil Schulman 16 53B David Pierce 17 90B Shawn Norton 18 466B Joe Steidl 19 713B Tim Fuller EVOLUTION C Bike # Name 1 131C Adam Edwards 2 70C Dan Thaler 3 15C Travis Emert 4 4C Thomas Merrell EVOLUTION SENIOR Bike # Name 1 33S Alan Edwards 2 811S Chris Blake 3 410S Dean Blake 4 465S Ricky Rice 5 4S Randy Martin 6 18S Bill Crenshaw 7 151S Frank Campbell 8 5S Charles Vollenweider 9 49S Robert McAfee 10 99S James Quenzer VINTAGE Bike # Name 1 66V Bill Garrett 2 10V Kristopher Zynda 3 8V James Matheson 4 5V Kevin Hodge 5 54V Ted Schropp JUNIOR A Bike # Name 1 815A Zach Muchard

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2 2 1 Events Run 3 1 Events Run 4 3 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Events Run 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Events Run 1 1 1 1 Events Run 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Events Run 1 1 1 1 2 Events Run 4

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8V James Matheson 5V Kevin Hodge 54V Ted Schropp JUNIOR A Bike # Name 1 815A Zach Muchard 2 168A Trevor McCabe 3 28A Nicholas Karch 4 431A Max Coughlin 5 35A Timothy Campbell 6 30A Benjamin Parsons JUNIOR B Bike # Name 1 527B Jason Hendricks 2 213B Daniel Nelson 3 14B Jack Frey Hansen 4 41B Matthew Arick 5 708B Jett Ryll 6 848B Steve Loomis Jr 7 531B Karlynn Beam 8 123B Brian Pendray 9 288B Kyle Gardner 10 117B Cameron McDowell 11 85B Corbin Meinke 12 810B Nicholas D'Angeleo 13 747B Mark Loomis 14 57B Aaron Havener JUNIOR C Bike # Name 1 44C Brad Jenkins 2 121C Ethan Dickson 3 99C Ryan Gross 4 222C Jacob Paul 5 101C Brandon Cunningham 6 58C Zack Miller 7 22C Austin Crumm 8 5C Joseph Krause 9 10C Dillon Moyer 10 17C Ben Strausbaugh 11 15C Tyler Boris 12 213C Daniel Nelson 13 115C Nathan Moir 14 23C Clay Levell 15 26C Jeremy Gagen 16 11C Ryan Jordan 17 56C Cody Havener 18 8C Carter Paradiso 19 142C Kye Jacobsen JUNIOR GIRLS Bike # Name 1 153G Alyssa 2 14G India McDonald 3 169G Haley Schell MINI A Bike # Name 1 815A Ryan Muchard 2 211A Gus Carter 3 5A Alejandro 4 311A Connor Lovett 5 112A Austin Rich MINI B Bike # Name 1 709B Jack Langford 2 31B Jake Alsup 3 7B Dakota Nix 4 78B Logan Branton 5 9B Avery Bowman 6 144C Billy Cassidy 7 6B Kyle Blum 8 24B Gabriel Rodriguez 9 4B Zion Steindl 10 255B Christopher Merrick 11 112B Austin Rich 12 51B Tristian Schoelles 13 181B Clay James 14 80B Austin Dinkel Mini C Bike # Name

50 50 DNF 47 47 22 22 44 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 45 50 47 43 185 47 45 50 41 183 41 43 45 47 176 50 47 DNF 50 147 41 45 86 43 43 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 47 50 45 50 192 45 40 50 43 178 41 45 45 45 176 39 43 43 50 175 45 41 41 47 174 43 47 47 137 50 45 8 103 12 37 41 90 41 40 81 40 DNF 39 79 39 38 77 0 36 39 75 DNF 38 12 50 40 40 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 38 34 45 45 162 43 40 38 40 161 40 39 36 43 158 41 47 43 131 39 36 37 112 18 45 47 110 35 34 41 110 9 41 41 91 8 38 40 86 37 35 72 18 43 10 71 50 50 50 50 47 47 45 45 39 39 39 39 DNF 0 DNF 0 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 50 50 47 147 50 50 22 22 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 50 47 45 47 189 47 50 47 43 187 50 45 95 22 43 25 90 50 50 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 47 45 47 43 182 45 45 37 41 168 43 37 41 47 168 37 42 42 40 161 47 45 50 142 50 41 50 141 45 40 15 38 138 43 36 45 124 38 39 39 116 39 38 77 50 50 43 43 40 40 25 25 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points

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51B Tristian Schoelles 181B Clay James 80B Austin Dinkel Mini C Bike # Name 1 7C Mark Zerrusen 2 121C Austin Dickson 3 4C Evan McDonald 4 408C William Edgar 5 113C Michael Hajue-Rogers 6 1C Jose G. Cabreja 7 25C Stephen Schumacher 8 197C Mason Cassidy 9 88C Clayton Jensen 10 101C Beau Smith 11 64C Roberts Reyes 12 40C Anthony Depietto 13 53C Damien Myers 14 10C Max Delcharco 15 410C Mitchell Edgar 16 5C Brandon Gallo 17 345C Kieran Thaler 18 21C Jesse Howerin 19 48C Logan Norris 20 148C Kevin Moore 21 199C Justin Stivers 22 28C Matthew 23 318C Zachary Sommers 24 345C Kieran Thaler MINI GIRLS Bike # Name 1 306G Kayla Dunkel 2 1G Erin Wyatt 65A Bike # Name 1 26A Gage Hunter 2 28A Jesse Ansley 3 102A Jack Chambers 4 17A Cole Williams 5 43A Joshua Tolken 6 22A Matthew Tolken 65B Bike # Name 1 1B Dylan Jones 2 41B Troy Gardner 3 33B Jeff Chambers, Jr 4 112B Hunter Rich 5 123B Fisher Zabarac 6 17B Cole Williams 7 30B Justin Dinkel 8 23B Calvin Drake 65C Bike # Name 1 388C Eddie Bennett 2 123C Fisher Zabarac 3 848C Trevor Loomis 4 31C Gabriel McDougall 5 24C Cameron Hannon 6 222C Wyatt Wilsey 7 407C John Edgar 8 777C Paul Porter 9 316C Joshua Mageloff 10 18C JC Crenshaw 11 52C Matthew Batchie 12 4C D'artagnan Rardon 13 524C Dalton Vonderstrasse 14 318C Tanner Sommers 15 12C Tyler Bennett 16 45C Nicholas Mason 65 GIRLS Bike # Name 1 108G Holly Langford 2 35G Julia Cone 3 10G Emma Chambers 4 19G Cadence Howard 5 350G Kayla Cone PEEWEE A Bike # Name 1 26A Colin Nix

43 43 40 40 25 25 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 38 40 50 50 178 39 35 37 39 150 16 37 40 40 133 43 39 43 125 36 41 45 122 40 39 41 120 DNF 38 41 37 116 45 11 38 94 37 11 38 86 34 DNF 47 81 36 36 72 47 DNF 47 11 35 46 35 10 45 45 45 45 45 43 43 43 43 8 10 18 17 17 16 16 DNF 16 16 11 11 8 8 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 50 50 50 150 12 12 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 50 45 45 47 187 50 50 50 150 47 14 41 102 47 47 94 43 43 40 40 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 43 45 50 45 183 43 43 43 129 47 47 27 121 50 50 100 45 47 92 50 50 47 47 45 45 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 47 43 41 131 50 47 97 45 50 95 47 47 94 43 50 93 43 45 88 41 40 81 23 43 66 41 24 65 50 50 45 45 45 45 40 40 23 23 14 14 DNF 0 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 50 50 50 50 200 47 45 45 47 184 45 47 47 139 43 43 20 22 128 41 29 22 92 #1 #2 #3 #4 Total Points Points Points Points Points 50 43 47 45 185

1 1 1 Events Run 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 Events Run 3 1 Events Run 4 3 3 2 1 1 Events Run 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 Events Run 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Events Run 4 4 3 4 3 Events Run 4

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19G Cadence Howard 350G Kayla Cone PEEWEE A Bike # Name 1 26A Colin Nix 2 143A Pyke Dawson 3 700A Cole Ryll 4 522A Logan Lanier 5 16A Conor Crory PEEWEE B Bike # Name 1 21B Ryan Curtis 2 9B Madison Jones 3 99B Alyssa Quenzer 4 279B Ethan McAfee 5 23B Savannah Streetman 6 379B Austin McAfee 7 776B Hayes Cassidy 8 65B Aaron Payton 9 13B Patrick Crory 10 115B Allison Lamb 11 7B Adam Stanton 12 929B Blake Yahraus 13 4B Kye Pollard 14 77B Dustin Salter 15 800B Domenic Depietto 16 38B Korbin Dinkel PEEWEE C Bike # Name 1 323C Austin Golden 2 16C Rylie Howard 3 324C Abby Golden 4 37C Cameron Schnitz 5 199C Wyatt Loynd 6 30C Jack Sessions 7 224C Tiana Miller 8 7C Jackson Cammack 9 71C Eddie Dejesus 10 100C Liam Galbreath 11 55C Brooke Zaremskas 12 6C Cameron Mason 13 48C Amanda Taylor 14 910C Adam Michia 15 24C Maci 16 379C Julian Dejesus 17 148C Jimmy Moore 18 7C Emma Keffer QUAD AA Bike # Name 1 47AA Cody Ellison 2 76AA Chuck R Piper 3 102AA Gus Rickman 4 176AA Chuck W. Piper 5 941AA Bradley Crofut 6 620AA Jeremy Mullins QUAD A Bike # Name 1 2A Domingo Fuentes 2 63A James Tyson IV 3 332A Michael Relyea 11A Sean Decosta 4 5 225A CJ Frazier 6 7A Jeffrey Cloud 7 438A Darrin Polacek 8 13A Ryan Burcel 9 925A Trent Johnson 10 17A Adam Wood 11 369A Roben GrifďŹ n 12 51A Kyle Turnis QUAD B Bike # Name 1 7B Jeff Marinko 2 21B Matthew Cameron 3 26B Daniel Hamilton 4 19B Chris Baird 5 28B Richard Catanzano 6 111B Wayne Whitehead 7 456B Brian Parks 8 118B Justin Yero

43 43 20 22 41 29 22 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 50 43 47 45 47 45 45 41 45 41 41 43 50 50 50 47 43 47 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 42 45 41 43 45 41 38 38 39 41 41 41 47 47 47 45 40 43 43 43 40 41 42 40 50 50 45 DNF 50 36 45 39 39 50 47 45 41 37 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 39 43 43 50 40 40 37 43 38 39 38 45 35 DNF 35 39 41 47 36 38 34 40 50 47 41 41 41 40 39 37 37 36 34 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 50 50 50 50 47 47 45 45 45 14 43 47 47 17 43 16 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 47 47 45 45 43 43 47 50 41 45 50 47 45 40 41 43 50 50 38 41 40 13 13 37 43 39 13 15 23 DQ DNF 13 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 47 45 47 47 50 50 38 43 45 40 41 39 43 41 39 36 DNF 43 35 45 36 45 40 41 50 43 41

128 92 Total Points 185 178 170 150 137 Total Points 171 162 162 141 128 126 123 100 95 81 78 50 47 45 41 37 Total Points 175 160 160 109 88 74 74 50 47 41 41 41 40 39 37 37 36 34 Total Points 200 184 102 94 60 16 Total Points 184 183 183 169 138 81 63 43 39 28 23 13 Total Points 186 181 165 159 123 121 91 84

4 3 Events Run 4 4 4 3 3 Events Run 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 Events Run 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Events Run 4 4 3 2 2 1 Events Run 4 4 4 4 3 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 Events Run 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2

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26B Daniel Hamilton 19B Chris Baird 28B Richard Catanzano 111B Wayne Whitehead 456B Brian Parks 118B Justin Yero 9B Jeffrey Vlasin 18B Justin Ladouceur 2B Brent Lenzen 6B Jesus Afanador 3B Jeremy Sheer 8B Danny Copeland 270B David Lemus 188B Chris Stagmiller 311B Nathan Baptie QUAD C Bike # Name 1 15C Chase Cameron 2 55C David Moeller 3 4C Mike Wormood 4 1C Brandon Underhill 5 96C Frank Maze 6 23C Shawn Loesel 7 121C Jason Foster 8 50C Wayne Oakley 9 316C Tommy Hill 10 188C Chris Stagmiller 11 88C Nicholas Lacaze 12 66C Richard Catterton 13 24C Clayton Waggoner 14 76C Brian Pike 15 876C Leon McCalla 16 35C Jacky Bennett 17 51C Gordon Crowhurst 18 82C Rick Siford 19 616C Theodore Braun 20 34C Todd Pike 21 948C Paul Massa 22 7C Douglas Robertson 23 21C Michael Taggart 24 66C Chris Piryk QUAD 0-400 Bike # Name 1 529 Michael Yodonis Sr 2 3 Travis Swann 3 18 Mel Cunningham 4 7 Gavin Albritton 5 73 Timothy Wilkinson QUAD + 30 Bike # Name 1 2 Jason Lyons 2 4 Jose Cabreja 3 18 Mark Bradley 4 1 Chuck Frazier 5 8 Robert Hoffman 6 77 Angel Berrios 7 515 Kevin Wicker 8 3 Gary Blocker 9 71 Michael Parks QUAD VETERAN Bike # Name 1 9V John Plankey 2 11V Michael Perrino 3 8V Paul Ladouceur 4 428V Dan Aitken 5 31V Billy Olson 6 54V Raul Chacon, Sr 7 13V Chad Kurtz 8 4V Jim Sheer 9 282V James Gallo QUAD SENIOR Bike # Name 1 3 Robert Novak 2 2 Rob Swann 3 110 Michael Terango 4 85 Michael Hubbard 5 7 Wayne Mossbrooks 6 777 Keith Knauss 7 43 David Magnusson

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2 2 Rob Swann 3 110 Michael Terango 4 85 Michael Hubbard 5 7 Wayne Mossbrooks 6 777 Keith Knauss 7 43 David Magnusson 8 926 Don Johnson 9 52 Ron Johnson 10 45 Carey Atkinson 11 1 Bill Paradiso 12 5 Thomas West 13 51 Walter Depietto QUAD SUPER SENIOR Bike # Name 1 4X James Tyson III 3 13X John Ellison 2 2X Steve Johnson 4 77X Robert Catterton Jr 5 24X Patrick Gammage 6 7X Miguel A. Solivan 7 66X Drew Cole QUAD MASTER Bike # Name 1 44 Edward Genaw 2 1 Mike Ferguson 3 8 Leonardo Santana 4 3 Bob Brown 5 151 Dickie Cameron QUAD UTILITY OPEN Bike # Name 1 79X Keith Hedin QUAD WOMEN 1 331 Kayla Vawter 2 9 Taylor Plankey 3 789 Danielle Hennessy 4 19 Melissa Lovely 5 17 Shannon Brening 6 63 Sarah VanDe Leur 7 3 Katie Swann 8 11 Becky Decosta 9 199 Brooke Yahraus 10 121 Ashley Colon WOMEN VETERAN Bike # Name 1 2V Renita Swann 2 18V Angela Ladouceur QUAD JUNIOR Bike # Name 1 4 Jose Cabreja Jr 2 9 Hanna Plankey 3 216 Christian Schenker 4 179 Jordan Deery 5 51 Sarah Cameron 6 74 Robert Catterton III 7 602 Parker Merrill 8 310 Christian Placa 9 8 Rudy Lemus QUAD SUPER PEEWEE A Bike # Name 1 99A Jimmy Frazier III 2 107A Joshua Jeffreys 3 8A Brandon Frazier 4 31A Garrison Rickman 5 123A Bryanne Parks 6 45A Nicholas Mason QUAD SUPER PEEWEE B Bike # Name 1 13B Jadin Storey 2 19B Elizabeth Roth 3 5B Ian Nordle 4 11B Joey Chambers 5 52B James Salyers 6 112B Abigail Streetman 7 64B Desiree Baker 8 33B Brandon King 9 91B Kaycee Brock 10 3B Eric Simmons 11 1 Dylan Terango 12 96B Jason Taylor

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177 145 124 120 95 85 50 47 43 41 41 39 Total Points 200 159 92 67 47 41 40 Total Points 194 184 100 54 22 Total Points 100 Total 197 180 157 147 50 45 45 45 43 40 Total Points 200 141 Total Points 186 145 142 135 133 97 45 20 20 Total Points 200 180 135 88 84 47 Total Points 187 182 166 139 134 127 113 112 78 74 47 40

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64B Desiree Baker 33B Brandon King 91B Kaycee Brock 3B Eric Simmons 1 Dylan Terango 96B Jason Taylor 21B Serena Miller 2B Savannah Braun QUAD PEEWEE A Bike # Name 1 91A Tyler Frazier 2 101A Jacob Jackson 3 1A Kalob Hedin 4 32A Ryland Windsor QUAD PEEWEE B Bike # Name 1 525B Michael Yodonis Jr 2 15B Jackson Parks 3 2B Beau Swann 4 99B Jordan Frazier 5 100B Ryan Cain 6 31 Riley Olson 7 78B Karson Hedin 8 76B Karlee Hedin BEGINNERS Bike # Name 1 79 Rusty Bell 2 74 Federico Claps 3 12 Matthew Smith 4 1 Don Waldhalm 5 7 Jorge Pelaez 6 227 Luciano Maestu 7 118 Grayson Bradley 8 329 Jake Smith 9 55 Matthew Ketchum 10 50 Gordon Crowhurst 11 115 Nathan Moir 12 23 Mark Robinson 13 581 Matt Houston 14 76 Gabriel Garcia 15 823 Kris Salter 16 100 Alvaro Rodriguez 17 6 Amy Schnitz 18 13 Matthew Arnett 19 170 Matthew Dawley 20 500 Frank Evans 21 8 Adam Debiel 22 84 Matt Williams 23 31 Matthew Dennison 24 226 Tyler Merrell 25 101 Jeffrey Strickland 26 21 Jimmy Connours 27 309 Dalton GrifďŹ n 28 171 Jake Skelhorn 29 997 Joel Labash 30 10 Travis Underwood 31 68 Stan Blanacek 32 392 William Burchette 33 38 Brittany Boris 34 777 Curt Warnke 35 81 Timothy McKay 36 62 Michael Gagen 37 117 Clayton Anderson 38 111 Larry Adams 39 26 Hannah Sacco 40 888 Rolando Franco 41 11 Becky Decosta 42 77 Steven Pagley BIKE TEAMS Name 1 Dirt Poor Racing 2 Suncoast Trailblazers 3 Hell's Canyon Racing 4 Panama Racing 5 WDR 6 Squidbillies Racin' 7 CFTR 8 Cycle Works Racing QUAD TEAMS

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40 38 37 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 47 50 45 47 50 47 47 45 50 50 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 43 45 47 43 47 40 43 47 50 50 50 45 DNF 45 50 47 41 40 45 43 38 41 39 Points Points Points Points #1 #2 #3 #4 39 37 32 47 37 36 35 45 47 45 47 45 43 50 15 39 33 38 40 37 39 36 38 41 47 50 41 40 35 43 14 31 31 33 36 35 34 29 36 32 32 50 13 10 25 31 17 10 37 45 43 43 41 41 40 40 39 38 38 35 34 34 33 6 27 30 28 26 24 14 14 12 6 #1 #2 #3 #4 Points Points Points Points 50 47 43 50 47 38 50 47 40 43 45 45 41 41 47 41 43 45 39 38 45 39 38 39 50 40 40 40 41 43 #1 #2 #3 #4

113 112 78 74 47 40 38 37 Total Points 189 144 95 50 Total Points 178 177 150 140 88 85 81 80 Points Total 155 153 139 138 125 116 115 97 81 78 76 69 69 65 64 50 48 48 47 45 43 43 41 41 40 40 39 38 38 35 34 34 33 33 30 28 26 24 14 14 12 6 Total Points 190 182 173 170 165 161 130 124 Total

3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 Events Run 4 3 2 1 Events Run 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 Run Events 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Events Run 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 Events

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Ford Snodgrass, President

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Officials Referees

Jack Terrell, Vice President

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Deborah Broderick, Secretary

5461 Carrick Road, Cocoa, FL 32927-9074 (321) 749-4527 Secretary@floridatrailriders.org

Enduro: David Wildner (727) 510-9039 enduroref@floridatrailriders.org

Hare Scrambles: Donny Richardson

Jonny Simpkins, Treasurer

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Motocross: Bryan Hayes (321) 537-4267 mxref@floridatrailriders.org

Cary Hunt, Enduro Chairman 14967 Newport Road Clearwater, FL 33764 (727) 638-6228 Endurochair@floridatrailriders.org

Scorekeepers FTR Scorekeeper: Tim Nordle (352) 303-0088 ftrscore@floridatrailriders.org

Enduro: Jeremy Powell

Mike Belle, Hare Scrambles Chairman 912 Justice Drive Tampa, FL 33613 (813) 963-0657 HSchair@floridatrailriders.org

Rick Dreggors, Motocross Chairman 439 River Isle Court Longwood, FL 32779 (407) 862-6878 MXchair@floridatrailriders.org

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Hare Scrambles: Donald St. John (912) 729-1089 hsscore@floridatrailriders.org

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Who to Contact in FTR Board of Directors by County: Area #1:

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Rocky Gavins 290 East Palmer Mill Road Monticello, FL32344 blgavins@aol.com (850) 545-9945 Counties: Out-of-State, Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf, Gadsden, Liberty, Franklin, Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Dixie

Area #2:

Ragan Dickson, 78 Dolphin Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082,

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(904) 813-5713, orrmfamilyracing@bellsouth.net Counties: Hamilton, Suwannee, Columbia, Baker, Union, Bradford, Nassau, Duval, Clay, Putnam, St. Johns

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Allen Pearce, 3473 NW 49th Ave. Gainesville, FL 32605-1069 allen.pearce@cox.net Counties: Gilchrist, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Citrus, Sumter, Lake

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Chad Hunter, 408 Grove St. Ormond Beach, FL 32174-7022 chunter@islandshutter.com Counties: Flagler, Volusia

Area #5:

Vacant - Counties: Hernando, Pasco. Pinellas, West Hillsborough

Area #6:

Kerri Chambers, PO Box 231, Auburndale FL 33823, (863) 956-9140, jekchambers@aol.com Counties: East Hillsborough, Polk

Area #7:

Bill Jenkins, Jr. 13519 Lacebark Pine Road, Orlando, FL 32832-6578 ford3233@aol.com Counties: Seminole, Orange, Osceola

Area #8:

Sam Boydstun, 1410 Gleneagles Way, Rockledge, FL 32955 woodsracer@cfl.rr.com Counties: Brevard, Indian River

Area #9:

Joe Collis, 2210 N Rye Road, Parrish, FL 34219-9625 joecollis@yahoo.com Counties: Manatee, Sarasota, Hardee, DeSoto, Highlands

Area #10:

Rick Bertine,1565 SE Tidewater Place, Stuart, Fl 34997, (772) 260-3287, kgbrab@bellsouth.net Counties: Okeechobee, St. Lucie, Martin

Area #11

Ed Lukosavich, 6655 Bottlebrush Lane, Naples, Fl 34109-3813, (239) 514-4530, jackpinner@aol.com Counties: Charlotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry, Collier Area #12:

Area #13:

VACANT

Counties: Palm Beach

VACANT

Counties: Broward, Dade, Monroe

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Where to Ride?

Contact FTR Clubs in Your Area

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1. Apollo Motorcycle Club - apollomotorcycleclub.com Dan Graziano, Cocoa, FL (321) 635-8436, graziano@cfl.rr.com 2. Azalea City Motorcycle Club - Gary Wyatt, Interlachen, FL (386) 684-2698, wyattg1@windstream.net

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4. Central Florida Trail Riders - Kevin Simmons, Orlando, FL (407) 859-3006 or (407) 625-3006, kwsjso@bellsouth.net

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5. Columbia Enduro Riders - Ricky Dennis, Columbia, SC (803) 786-0051, mastercraft@bellsouth.net

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7. Family Riders, Inc. - Johnny Thomas, 1 Venice Ave, Hanahan, SC 29406 (843) 553-1463 8. Greenville Enduro Riders Association - Duane Wellington, Laurens, SC (864) 908-6109, lcwel@prtcnet.com

10. Palm Beach Trail & Trail - Randy Rash, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (954) 931-5709, motodadfla19@aol. com

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6. Daytona Dirt Riders - Randy Griffin, New Smyrna Beach, FL (386) 423-4302, harescram755x@aol.com

Out of State: 5, 7, 8, 11, 16

11. Perry Mountain M/C - Glenn Hollingshead, Selma, AL (334) 872-0619, hhollingsh@msn.com 12. River City Dirt Riders - rcdr.org Mundy Murzic, Jacksonville, FL (904) 465-2013, mundyspro@ bellsouth.net

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16. Sumter Enduro Riders - Johnny McCoy, Sumter, SC (803) 481-5169, jmccoy@sc.rr.com 17. Suncoast Trail Blazers - Brian Coughlin, Tampa, FL (813) 908-9008, bcoughl2@tampabay.rr.com

13. Sarasota Area Dirt Riders - sadraracing.com Randy Faul, Arcadia, FL (863) 494-6476, randt817@gmail.com

18. Sunrunners M/C - Jack Terrell, Auburndale, FL (863) 9849294, jackt@nohvcc.org

14. Sarasota Area Quad Riders - Amanda Fronckowiak, Venice, FL (941) 223-6974, ajc7191@comcast.net

19. Tallahassee Trail Riders - tallahasseetrailriders.org - Rocky Gavins, Tallahassee, FL (850) 545-9945, blgavins@aol.com

15. Southeast Florida Trail Riders - seftr.org - Frank Campbell, West Palm Beach, FL (561) 722-1321, seftr35@yahoo.com

20. Treasure Coast Trail Riders - Scott Klucinec, Vero Beach, FL (772) 473-3801, bronc3@comcast.net

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3. Big Scrub Trail Riders - John Hawkins, (352) 516-6903, jamohawkins@embarqmail.com

9. Old School Dirt Riders - Ron Collis, Myakka City, FL (941) 962-5036, rjcollis@mailmt.com

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Enduro #1 Big Scrub Trail Riders, LOCHLOOSA HS #1 River City Dirt Riders, LAKE CITY/AMP Enduro #2 Greenville Enduro Riders , WHITMIRE, SC HS #2 Apollo MC, SAMSULA, FL HS #3 Central Florida Trail Riders, BARTOW, FL Enduro #3 Suncoast Trail Blazers, BROOKSVILLE, FL

October-8&9 HS #4 Daytona Dirt Riders, ORMOND BEACH, FL October-22&23 HS #4 Azalea City MC, BOSTWICK, FL November-5&6 HS #5 Sunrunners, BARTOW, FL November-6 Enduro #4 Perry Mountains MC, MAPLESVILLE, AL November-19&20 Rain Date December-3&4 HS #6 Old School Dirt Riders, MYAKKA CITY, FL

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