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Captains Quarters Happy Halloween everybody - I know it’s an early salutation but till the next issue comes out it will be past. October is a bitter sweet month for me. I know that summer has passed us by but the cooler temps are always welcome. The holiday is always fun too and can be controversial in some sects but I see it as good honest fun. Whatever you get yourself into on that night please remember to respect others property but have fun also dressing as your favorite character or monster or whoever you become for that one short evening. Even though summer is coming to an end, the racing was still red hot in September. In this issue find coverage from the North vs South Shootout at Miles Mountain. This yearly event has become a local favorite and this year once again set a new attendance record with over 650 racers on hand. The following weekend was 9/11, and many organizations had tribute races to mark Patriots weekend. The NEOC kicked off their fall harescramble season, with MAMA back in Pa, and Pagoda had their first annual Vet Classic race. After that we were off to Doublin Gap for the Yamaha All Star Pro Am. Expert racers came out to chase the cash and those valuable pro points with the big hit on the weekend being the Barbie Jeep Downhill races. Drivers were out in record attendance for that event with a good time being had by all. As I sit writing this letter we are also preparing for the Kevin Crine Memorial Race at Budds Creek this coming weekend. Kevin was a great guy and is still impacting the racers of this area. Tune in next issue for all the action from that. As always we thank you for reading our pages and for everyone’s support. It seems to be getting tougher all the time to keep this thing in print and I know that is very valuable to many. Please pass the word to potential sponsors and advertisers to support Brapp Magazine, we hope to be able to watch yet another set of 50cc racers go Pro. We also ask that you continue to like and share us on facebook, instagram and twitter and we thank you for reading and all of your kind messages and support that we do get throughout the month. We’ll see you at an event soon and please remember to stay caught up between issues at: www.brappmag.com B

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Miles Mountain MX North South Shootout - Sept. 3-4, 2016

WNYMA rider Joanna Fake wins the Womens division

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This annual event held every Labor Day weekend at the beautiful Miles Mountain Motocross facility in Elkland, Pa has always been billed as the North - South Shootout. The event pits the MDRA Racing Series from the south vs the WNYMA Racing Series from the north and this year we saw the addition of a third group from the “north”, the USMX Racing Organization. We listed the class winners below and what state they are from but we didn’t dig into the full results to see who may have been crowned the championship racing organization. Not that it matters and I don’t think you can draw the boundaries by state as I’m sure there are some from PA that regularly race the WYNMA. I guess the important fact remains that several groups can come together and have a great weekend of racing and fun. I believe this year’s event set another attendance record at Miles Mountain with over 650 racers participating in the various events on the weekend. Saturday kicked off with an open practice day followed by night racing under the lights on Miles’ supercross track. Then Sunday awoke to a beautiful day and a full array of classes on their national caliber motocross track. The hospitality at this facility is always second to none and though it was a long day of racing, the event went off without a hitch. You can see the class champs below but also make sure to head over to: www.mdramxracing to see the full set of results. Also check out pictures from all classes along with a race day video at: www.brappmag.com B

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Gage Stine (10) wins two mini divisions at Miles

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Caleb Hall would win both amateur classes on the day

Damon Gibson (24) races to the School Boy 2 win Bobby Piazza would win both premier expert classes

Sunday Class Winners 50 Shaft 50 (4-6) 50 (7-8) 50 (4-8) Oil 50 (4-8) Open 65 (7-11) B 65 (7-11) C 85 (9-11) B 85 (9-11) C 85/150 (12-15) B 85/150 (12-15) C Junior Mini Super Mini School Boy 1 School Boy 2 Unlimited College Boy 250 A 250 B 250 C Open A Open B Open C Plus 25 Plus 30 A Plus 30 B Plus 30 C Plus 35 Plus 40 A Plus 40 B/C Plus 45 Plus 50 Women Girls (9-15)

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Megan Horseman wins the C main O/A

Rd 4 The Cat 2 - September 10-11, 2016 Words by Noel - Photos by Tim Dennis

The Cat 2, Sept 10th & 11th fell on a historical sad day for our country as we all know, 9/11, so naturally the entire weekend was dedicated to all that serve this great country that stood up in the face of tragedy and united in the name of love. We have been told since we were little that heroes wear capes or a sports jersey, well that couldn’t be the furthest thing from the truth. Capes are only worn in fictional scenarios where there is always a happy ending and sports jerseys have a price tag that most can’t afford or constantly change whenever society says so. TRUE HERO’s are Non-fictional, give their time freely and never change for what’s cool at the moment. TRUE HERO stories do not always have a happy ending, in fact they take home sadness quite often after they freely and bravely enter a non-fictional scenario to help save or better another person’s life. All of the local volunteer & paid fire companies across the nation that go towards the danger we flee from, the police officers that enter battle zones in towns full of hate and confusion, soldiers who stand up for the RED WHITE & BLUE colors we love and believe in, first responders that see what no eyes should ever see. A HERO is someone that sacrifices, shows kindness, love and compassion for another human being or living thing. The world is full of them and they are not the ones you see on TV or magazines, they are the ones you see every day in your community, the grocery stores, post office, school functions, sitting next to you at a stop light. They look just like us, they go through the same things we do in life and yet they still find time and energy to go that extra mile to make our world a better place, so the next time you see one give them a nod of respect or be one yourself simply by sharing a little kindness or compassion. Heroes aren’t perfect, they are everyday people like you and I, with hearts that ache when they witness sadness but still walk towards it. In order to create future Heroes for this troubled world we live in, we have to give them something to emulate and imitate……. A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENTS FOR COMING OUT THIS WEEKEND TO COOK AND HELP WITH DUST CONTROL. (see the full race report at: www.neocracing.com and see other images from the event at: www.timdphoto.com) Mike Lafferty wins the Main event

Dylan Leary is your Youth class champ

Carter Przemelewski wins the Pee Wee class

Dominic Griffith wins Oil Injected

Tony Shaw wins the O/A Vintage racing

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Pennsylvania Powersports Show Moves to Lebanon for 2016 LEBANON -- The 26th Annual Pennsylvania Powersports show presented by the Pennsylvania State Snowmobile Association (PSSA) is returning to the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds Oct. 28-30, 2016. The show features snowmobiles, motorcycles, ATVs, boats, travel, clothing, gear and accessories, trailers and more all under one roof. The 2016 show will include traditional favorites such as the Vintage Powersports Showroom, PSSA Used Clothing Booth, Used Powersports Corral, Youth Snowmobile Safety Course (at no cost to attendees), PSSA Benefit Auction, as well as raffle trailers from Blizzard and sled from Ski-Doo. New activities this year include the high-horsepower “Rude Dog” ATV and Garden Tractor Sled Pull, WQXA 105.7 The X Accident Scene Management Presentations, and the NASH Country 4x4 Truck Contest sponsored by Manheim Car King. Show exhibitors include businesses and organizations from the United States and Canada, such as 911 Rapid Response, All State Insurance, Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau, American Council of Snowmobile Associations, Arctic Cat, Auberge le Cabanon, Barn of Parts Sled Salvage, Blizzard Trailer Manufacturing, Bonner Sports & RV, Brapp Magazine, BRP Inc., BuschyBoy’s Motorsports, DCNR, Deer Country Farm & Lawn Inc., F&S Yamaha, Fisk Distributing, GR Synthetics LLC/Independent AMSOIL Synthetics Dealer, Hillbilly Beef Jerky, Kellner Tours, Miller Bros, Moose Lodge, Motosports Inc., Pennsylvania State Police, Polaris, Rausch Creek Powersports, Snow Tour Quebec, Universal Technical Institute, and Yellowstone Tour & Travel, among others. Various chapters of the Pennsylvania State Snowmobile Association will also have club booths on display. WQXA 105.7 The X Accident Scene Management Presentations “Several years ago my life was forever changed after a motorcycle accident which resulted in the loss of my leg,” says Cat Hammes, Accident Scene Management Inc. lead instructor. “What I have learned through this is that education is our best resource for accident and fatality reduction. Eighteen years of nursing from trauma, ER, ICU to training others in a variety of medical interventions does not give me the ability to avoid life’s curve balls but it does give me the tenacity to pick myself up and go on.” Hammes will be joined throughout the weekend by local police, EMS, fire department, and hospital staff to present an engaging line up of topics related to all types of powersports safety and accident scene management techniques. Used Powersports Corral The Used Powersports Corral is unique to the Pennsylvania Powersports Show and is one of its most popular features. Dozens of used sleds, trailers, ATVs and motorcycles are represented and for sale by owners all three days of the show. The Used Powersports Corral will begin accepting consignments at noon on Friday, Oct. 28. A notary is available on site to complete all title transfers.Make plans now to buy or sell. For details on selling your used equipment, call Henry Hartman at 717-637-3741 or email keystonesnowmobiler@comcast.net.

Trayvax Rugged RFID-Resistant Wallets Teraflex Swaybar Disconnect Gift Certificate & Goody Bag 2 – One Night Stays at Christy’s Motel, Old Forge, NY Vintage Powersports Showroom The Vintage Powersports Showroom features vintage snowmobiles, motorcycles and ATVs that are 1990 and older in the following classes: Classics 1985 – 1990, Original 1968 & older, Restored 1968 & older, Original 1969 to 1974, Restored 1969 to 1974, Original 1975 to 1984, Restored 1975 to 1984, Vintage Race Sled, Muscle, Mini, Vintage Related, and Custom. Judging and awards take place on Sunday, Oct. 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For details on displaying your vintage equipment, call Doug Blauch at 717383-3559 or email blauch@comcast.net. PSSA Used Clothing Booth Stay on budget as you outfit your family for the riding season, or make a little extra cash selling your no-longer-needed riding gear. Pennsylvania Powersports Show attendees will find a large selection of clothing, boots, gloves, helmets and more for men, women and children at great prices. Shop early for the best selection! For questions about consigning your used items, call Roger or Janet Auker at 717-336-1061. Youth Snowmobile Safety Course The Youth Snowmobile Safety Course is held at the Penn State Cooperative Extension Office, adjacent to the Lebanon Valley Expo Center & Fairgrounds. Pennsylvania requires youth between the ages of 10 and 15 to pass a certified Snowmobile Safety Course before they may legally operate a snowmobile. The course is offered free of charge to anyone attending the Pennsylvania Powersports Show. For questions about the course, call Henry Hartman at 717-637-3741. Online registration is available at www. pasnow.org. Show hours are Friday, Oct. 28, 5-9 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 29, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sunday, Oct. 30, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. An $8 general admission fee is charged at the gate and includes the show and all ancillary events. Free parking. The 2016 Pennsylvania Powersports Show includes 70,000 sq. ft. of indoor exhibition space in the heart of the Lebanon Valley at the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds at 80 Rocherty Road, Lebanon. This facility has easy access to the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Rte. 322, I-81, Rte. 422, I-78, and Rte. 72. PSSA is a statewide membership organization committed to enhancing the Pennsylvania snowmobiling experience of family recreation, fellowship, and tourism, by striving to assure high quality trails and safe, environmentally-responsible recreational use of snowmobiles.

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ATV & Garden Tractor Sled Pull This competitive addition to the Pennsylvania Powersports Show takes place at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center track. Grandstand seating is general admission and is included with your Pennsylvania Powersports Show admission. Classes include Single Mod, Open Motorcycle, Stock Altered, Super Stock, Pro Stock, 4x4 ATV with Handle Bars, and Side by Side ATV. ATVs must have stock hitch height and clevis, may not have added weights, and must be stock. Garden tractors will folow Rude Dog rules. All drivers must wear a helmet. Entries are $15 per hook. Scales and registration open for contestants at 9 a.m. For more information, call Bob at 717-471-9598.

Admission: $8 for the Weekend Friday 5 – 9pm | Saturday 10am – 6pm | Sunday 10am – 4pm With snowmobiles, motorcycles, ATVs, boats, travel, clothing, gear, accessories, trailers, and powersports equipment for sale all under one roof, the 26th Annual Pennsylvania Powersports Show is not to be missed. Join us as the Pennsylvania State Snowmobile Association returns the Pennsylvania Powersports Show to the Lebanon area!

NASH Country 106.7 4x4 Truck Contest, sponsored by Manheim Car King On Saturday, Oct. 29, the Pennsylvania Powersports Show will feature some of the hottest 4x4 trucks in the region. The 4x4 Truck Contest displays the finalists in three towing capacity categories: 1/2 ton, 3/4 ton, and full ton or above. Each truck is evaluated according to the quality of its lift conversion, appearance of modifications of the vehicles, and the distinctiveness of the vehicle modified.

The 2016 show will include traditional favorites such as the Vintage Powersports Showroom, PSSA Used Clothing Booth, Used Powersports Corral, Youth Snowmobile Safety Course, PSSA Benefit Auction, as well as raffle trailers from Blizzard and sled from Ski-Doo. New activities this year include the high-horsepower “Rude Dog” ATV and Garden Tractor Sled Pull, Accident Scene Management Presentations, and a 4x4 Truck Contest.

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WHERE TO RIDE SUMMER AND WINTER TRAILS The summer season runs from the Friday before Memorial Day through the last full weekend in September. The winter season runs from the day following the last day of the regular or extended antlerless deer season as established by the Game Commision through the following April 1. There are some trails that remain closed until after the late muzzleloader season. Please check the forest distrcit web pages for current access advisories on when trails open for the winter season. Pike County - Burnt Mills - 7 Miles of summer and winter trail. Access is from a parking area on Route 402 one mile south of Porters Lake. Rgistered Class II ATV’s are permitted on this trail that are less that 58” in width and less than 1,200 pounds. Contact: Deleware State Forest, 2174A Route 611, Swiftwater, PA 18370-7746 Phone: (570) 895-4000

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Adams & Cumberland Counties - 36 miles of summer trail. During the winter season the trail system is expanded to 42 miles by using some dirt roads that are gated during the winter. Part of the trail system is shared with snowmobiles when there is sufficient snowfall. The trail is located between Big Flat and Pine Grove Furnace State Park. Access to these are from parking lots located at Big Flat along Shippensburg Road about 1-1/4 miles nort of its intersection with Route 233 and on Piney Mountain along Bendersville Road south of Pine Grove Furnace State Park. Contact: Michaux State Forest, 10099 Lincoln Way East, Fayetteville, PA 17222 Phone: (717) 352-2211

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Snyder & Union Counties - 15.4 miles of summer and winter trails. Access is at the Jacks Mountain Trailhead located along Route 235 three miles south of Glen Iron. The trail includes the East Kettle Road which has been closed to other types of motor vehicles. Registered Class II ATV’s are permitted on this trail that are less than 58” in width and less than 1,200 pounds. Contact: Bald Eagle State Forest, 18865 Old Turnpike Rd, Millmont, PA 17845 Phone: (570) 922-3344

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NEW - 65” TRAIL ACCESS Unofficial reports tell us that three trail systems in the state are now accessible to side by sides up to 65” in width. Whiskey Springs, Bloody Skillet and Denton Hill. PLEASE VERIFY BEFORE YOU TRAVEL.

These trails are typically open from the Friday before Memorial Day through the last full weekend in September. Check the forest distrcit web pages for current access advisories.

Centre & Clinton County - Bloody Skillet ATV Trail - 39 miles. Access from SR-144 approx-imately 19 miles north of the Snow Shoe exit on US Route 80. Turn right onto De Haas Road and travel 5.3 miles South, to the Northern Terminus Trail-head, Trails are open to registered Class II ATV’s less than 65” in width and less than 1,200 pounds. Contact: Sproul State Forest, 15187 Renovo Road, Renovo, PA 17764 Phone: (570) 923-6011

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Clinton County - The Whiskey Springs ATV Trail - The Whiskey Springs ATV Trail - 50 miles of summer and winter trails. The Whiskey Springs ATV Trail is located Southeast of Kettle Creek State Park. Trailhead access is from SR 120 in Westport along Kettle Creek for approximately 1.5 miles then North on Two-Mile Road. Trails are open to registered Class II ATV's less than 65" in width and less than 1,200 pounds. Contact: Sproul State Forest, 15187 Renovo Road, Renovo, PA 17764 Phone: (570) 923-6011

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Lycoming County - 17 miles of summer and winter trail. Trails are located near Haneyville and include the Button Road and a network of wooded trails built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s. Access to the trail is from a parking area located at the CCC Camp along Route 44 one mile south of Haneyville. Contact Tiadaghton State Forest, 10 Lower Pine Bottom Rd, Waterville, PA 17776 Phone (570) 753-5409

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Dixon R. Miller Recreation Area - (Formerly the Pohopoco Tract), Monroe County - 13 miles of summer and winter trails. Access is from route 115 five miles sounth of I-80. Registered Class II ATV’s are permitted on this trail that are less than 58” in width and less than 1,200 pounds. Contact: Deleware State Forest, 2174A Route 611, Swiftwater, PA18370-7746 Phone: (570) 895-4000

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Martin Hill - Bedford County - 18 miles of summer trail. Access to the trail is from the parking area located on Route 326 two miles north of Rainsburg. Trail head GPS location: N 39° 52’ 24.69” W 78° 30’ 34.80” Contact: Buchanan State Forest, 440 Buchanan Trail, McConnellsburg, PA 17233 Phone: (717) 485-3148

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Sideling Hill - Fulton County - 15 miles of summer trail in the Wells Tannery area. Acces is from Ray’s Cove Road or Childers Ridge Road. Trail head GPS location: N 40° 5’ 0.28 W 78° 10’ 12.17” Contact Buchanan State Forest, 440 Buchanan Trail, McConnellsburg, PA 17233 Phone: (717) 485-3148

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Potter County - 43 miles of summer trail. A loop trail located south of Denton Hill State Park. Access to the trail is from Lyman Run State Park on SR 44 north of Cherry Springs, or the intersection of Rock Run Road and the Ridge Trail (ATV Trail). Registered Class II ATV’s are permitted on this trail that are less than 65” in width and less than 1,200 pounds. Contact: Susquehannock State Forest, PO Box 673, Coudersport, PA 16915 Phone: (814) 274-3600

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Maple Run Tract, Pike County - 8 Miles of summer trail. Access is from a parking area on Route 402 1-3/4 miles north of the village of Pecks Pond. Registered Class II ATV’s less than 58” in width and less than 1,200 pounds are permitted on this trail. Contact: Deleware State Forest, 2174A Route 611, Swiftwater, PA 18370-7746 Phone: (570) 895-4000 State Game Lands ATVs are not permitted on State Game Lands except those used by disabled hunters.

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Allegheny National Forest - The federally-operated Allegheny National Forest has more than 100 miles of ATV trails. ATV trail season runs from the Friday before Memrial Day through the last Sunday in September. Winter season is from December 20 to April 1. Contact the Allegheny NaFun Factory Off Road tion Forest Supervisor’s Office, Cobra P.O. Box 847, Race 222 Team Liberty Street, Warren, PA 16365 Phone: (814) 723-5150 Effectivebe Julythe 1, 2002 Allegheny Na- on this day either. Jaden wouldn’t onlythe Palmer winning tion Forest implemented the Fee Demo Program Younger brother Landon who’s been hard at it got his first win for ATV and motorized bike trails. An annual $35 ever racing and in the 50cc Jr./LC permittoday fee is required, can (4-6) be purchased from division, looks like any Allegheny National Forest his Office, some techniques. maybe he’s been studying bigand brothers local vendors, or online at www.fs.fed.us/r9/al- 13 Motorcycles and/or ATV Riding Areas The youth division gave us a great race too withMountains a big battle Seven Ramble (Dual Sport Licensed legheny Motorcycles) Riding for first between Reece Bruner, Max Fernandez and Michael areas are located in portions of Mifflin, Snyder and Union Counties in the Beeler with Jeffrey Macknik throwing a wheel in now and then The following trails are within the Allegheny Bald Eagle Forest. Loop 1 starts at the 7 Mounto keep them all honest. In the end it would tains be Beeler with the Campground, located just south of Potters National Forest (ANF). Please contact the ANF win and about a 20 second advantage. Mill or west of Milroy on Route 22/322. Compenusing the information above concerning these sation for Campground owner for parking strongly trails: Sunday brought over 500 entries to the National at Tri Counrecommended. Proceed on Sand Mountain road ty. The Lafferty boysTrail wereonatState it again racing some ofatthe to the trailhead Ground Oak trail. The loop is Marienville ATV/Bike Route 66 against about 30 miles long. Contact: Bureau of Forestry best riders the east coast has to offer. Ryder and Michael must east of town of Marienville. District #7; 18865 Old have been locked wheel to wheel as not more than 3 seconds Turnpike Rd; Millmont, PA Timberline ATV Trail accessed from State Route 17845; Phone: (570) 922-3344

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Shade Mountain Trails - (Non-Licensed Off-Highway Motorcyels) Riding areas are located in portions of Mifflin, Snyder and Union Counties in the Bald Eagle Forest. he Shade Mountain Riding area is located just north of McAlisterville, PA, on PA Route 235. Trail at dirt parking lot at the top of the mountain. Contact: Buraeu of Forestry District #7 18865 Old Turnpike Rd; Millmont, PA, 17845; Phone: (570) 922-3344; Email: fd07@state.pa.us

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Rocky Gap ATV Trail accessed from Township Road 3005, southeast of Warren. Willow Creek ATV Trail on the eastern side of the Allegheny Reservoir, just south of the New York State line. Closed during the winter season. Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area (AOAA) Located less than a three hour ride from New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and Baltimore, AOAA over 6,500 acres to explore, including tight woods, rock crawling, mud bogging, technical single track, and everything else in between.

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This is a partial list of riding areas that you can pay by the day to ride with some requiring annual memberships. Some offer riding for motorcycles or quads only, and others allow both. Please check with the individual businesses before you make the trip.

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17 Breezewood Proving Grounds Clearville, PA www.breezewoodprovinggrounds.com

30 Mountain Ridge ATV Trails Reels Corner, PA www.mountainridgeatvtrails.com

41 Wolf Springs Off-Road Park www.wolfspringsoffroadpark.com

31 Sleepy Hollow MX www.sleepymx.com

42 Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area Sunbury, PA www.anthraciteadventure.com

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17 a Burning Rock Outdoor Adventure Park Tams, WV - www.burningrockwv.com

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18 Happy Ramblers Motorcycle Club www.happyramblers.org

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33 Reading Anthracite Co. Pottsville, PA www.readinganthracite.com

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19 Doublin Gap MX Newburg, PA www.doublingap.com

32 Rausch Creek Trail Riders Valley View, PA www.rauschcreekracing.com

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34 Rocket Raceway Three Springs, PA www.rocketraceway.com

20 Hill Top Lodge Emporium, PA www.hilltoplodge.com

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35 Rock Run Recreation Patton, PA www.rockrunrecreation.com

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46 Pleasure Valley Raceway www.pvrmx.com

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47 NJ Field of Dreams www.njmpfod.com

21 Evansville MX Park Berwick, PA www.evansvilleraceway.com

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22 Four Seasons Resort West Finley, PA www.campfourseasonsresort.com

36 Shady Rest Farm Marienville, PA www.shadyrestfarm.net

48 The Landing MX Park www.thelandingmxpark.com

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23 Indian Creek Valley ATV Club Melcroft, PA www.icvatvclub.com

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42 Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area Sunbury, PA www.anthraciteadventure.com 49 Wicomico Motorsports Park Charlotte Hall, MD

26 Lost Trails Dunmore, PA www.ridelosttrails.com

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27 Majestic Trails Rew, PA www.majestictrails.com

35 Rock Run Recreation Patton, PA www.rockrunrecreation.com

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28 Mines and Meadows Resort Wampum, PA www.minesandmeadows.com

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29 Miles Mountain Motocross Elkland, PA www.milesmountainmx.com www.milesmmx.com

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39 Outback Off-Road Park Six Points, PA www.outbackoffroadpark.com

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40 Rausch Creek Off-Road Park Tremont, PA www.rc4x4.org

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900 ATV, dirt bike and “side-by-side” riders of all ages followed the 28-mile lly InOver Bear Valley” Off-road Poker Run course, stopping along the way to draw 5 cards. At the end of the ride in addition to

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Middle Atlantic Motocross Association Race 8 - Sleepy Hollow MX

Mason Naecker wins the 80 (9-11) A division

Sept. 10 - 11, 2016 - By: Jim Bull Patriot’s weekend saw the return of the Mid Atlantic Motocross Association to the soils of south central Pa. This date of 9/11 will always be remembered by Americans as the day our country was attacked by terrorists. Whether foreign or domestic we may never know but what we do know is that we rallied that day, that year and our lives have been forever changed. We missed the Saturday racing action but arrived early Sunday morning for a tribute before riders meeting to those who were affected by this great tragedy. And we’ll ask again that you would continue to remember and support our military, our emergency personnel and all who sacrifice so we can do the things we love to do. Of course in this case it is to race motorcycles and a great day of racing was had by all. Below see some images and Sundays top five finishers in each division. For more racing action you can see the full results at: www.mamamx.com, images from all classes at: www.brappmag.com and a video recap of the day on our new blog at: www.jimbullphoto.blogspot.com B

Ethan Baran is your 50 (4-8) B victor on the day

Kobe McCollum races to victory on this Patriots Day

Dylan Riaubia (777) wins both 250 and Open C

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Sunday Results 125 B 1. Gage Stine 2. Todd Stith 125 C 1. Jake Mumpower 2. Colton Yentzer 3. Michael Stewart 4. Skyler Pruitt 5. Edward Porterfield 250 A 1. Chad Wages 2. Bobby Garraway

Jake Mumpower (63) leads the 125C division to victory Cole Stocks wins 80 (9-11) C

250 B 1. Orion Gregory 2. Maxwell Sanford 3. Gage Stine 4. Cody Groves 5. Mel Mahan 250 C 1. Dylan Riaubia 2. Colton Yentzer 3. Nicholas Wagner 4. Daniel Walsh 5. Dylan Jarrell Mini Woman Open 1. Cheyenne Mcguin 2. Alexa Catterton 3. Bailey King Mini Woman Support 1. Brooke Bowlin 2. Adrianna Kelley 3. Paige Whitney

Open A 1. Dakota Yohe 2. Chad Wages 3. Bobby Garraway

80 12-15 A 1. Michael Lacore 2. Travis Belotti 3. Bryce Sviland

Open B 1. Maxwell Sanford 2. Orion Gregory 3. Gage Stine 4. Cody Groves 5. Brandon Hugney

80 12-15 B 1. Carson Sutsko 2. Rilan Gombert 3. Ryan Mitchell 4. Brandan Allen 5. Gavin Heath

Open C 1. Dylan Riaubia 2. Daniel Walsh 3. Dillon Curry 4. Dalton Vickers 5. Bobby Otto

80 12-15 C 1. Brayden Pohlhaus 2. Joshua Moore 3. Logan Hubbard 4. Tristen Feducia 5. William Bouchat

Open D 1. Jason Verlander 2. Matthew Moore 3. Nathan Whittington 4. Parker Millison

80 9-11 A 1. Mason Naecker 2. Jacob Jarrell 3. Tyler Baran 4. Richard Fredenburgh

Supermini 2 12-16 1. Seth Hammaker 2. Cody Groves 3. Michael Lacore 4. Todd Stith 5. Rilan Gombert

80 9-11 B 1. Nathan Smith 2. Joseph Lindell 3. Jason Lord 4. Jake Eddy 5. Kobe Mccollum

Jr Mini 2 7-11 1. Jacob Jarrell 2. Mason Naecker 3. Richard Fredenburgh 4. Nathan Smith 5. Nicholas Ford

80 9-11 C 1. Cole Stocks 2. Brooke Bowlin 3. Ryan Bowie 4. Chad Dzanko 5. Kyle Grauer

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Michaux Enduro South Penn Enduro Riders - Sept. 11, 2016 By: Steve Bowman - Club President

The 46th running of the Michaux Enduro hosted by South Penn Enduro Riders (SPER) is in the books: the event was held on September 11 and in memory of the 9/11 tragedy in NY we left the front row open. Also 4A was left open in memory of long time SPER member Joe Galie. Lack of rain in the weeks leading up to the event had the club concerned of extremely dry and dusty conditions. But on Friday night Mother Nature resolved that issue with about an inch of good soaking rain. That left the woods trails in superb condition for Sunday’s 8am start. Some of the dirt roads got a little dusty later in the day but for the most part conditions were about perfect!

Approximately 180 riders signed up for the event which is a “same loop twice” format. Each loop being approximately 35 miles with the gas and lunch break back at the start area. The course consisted of some fast open and loamy trails as well as some tight rocky twisty challenging trails. SPER gets a “parade permit” which allows them to close the dirt roads in the forest to the public so they can have a safer event for the motorcycles. Plus the requirement of a headlight and taillight and license plate is not needed. The event is a “start control” format so timekeeping is not necessary. Overall winner went to Ed Emery who was tied with Andrew DeLong with a score of 12 but Emery edged out DeLong on emergency seconds by a very slim margin. The rest of the top five overall were Brian Maco with a 13, Jed Haines with a 14 and Thorn Devlin with a 15. All from the “AA” Class The top “A” class rider was Steve Marshall with a score of 22. The top “B” class rider was Brett McCracken with a score of 26. The top “C” class rider was Christian Winkler with a score of 22. Please note that the “A”riders ride 8 sections. The “B” riders ride 7 sections and the “C” riders ride 6 sections.

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The event started at 9:00 am and riders staged at the AOAA trailhead and parking lot. The trails were marked well and AOAA attendants were strategically located along the route to help participants if need be. The 40 plus mile route offered a connector to a local eatery to help boost the economy around the area. The day went off without a hitch and the AOAA looks forward to hosting this event for years to come.

About the AOAA The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area (AOAA) is located in Eastern Pennsylvania, in the southeast part of Northumberland County in Coal Township, Pennsylvania. Northumberland County is located to the east of the Susquehanna River, strategically situated around 20 miles from both Interstate 80 and Interstate 81 making it accessible to much of the Northeast’s population within a few hours drive. Both the trail system’s name as well as that of the host community has ties to the area’s location in the anthracite coal region. Riders of most types of Off Highway Vehicles can come spend the day riding on 100’s of miles of marked trails. There are currently no overnight accommodations available right on the property but plans are in the works for a campground and local hotels and bed and breakfasts are available. Fees are minimal to ride here and all the info you need to make your journey here enjoyable and safe can be found on their website at: www.AOAATrails.com

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Doublin Gap MX NE Youth Regional Qualifier - 2016 Yamaha All Star Pro Am

Jack Rogers from Brookeville, MD went 2 - 3 - 1 to win Super Mini 2 (13-16)

Doublin Gap MX Park June 10 - 12, 2016 Photos By: Ken Hovance and BrappMag

Sept. 17-18, 2016 - By: Jim Bull

This was it, the big show, the last gateway in the NE anyways to make it to the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Championships. I know many from our area have already qualified in other regions and the South East will be run by this The Yamaha All Star Pro Am returned once again to the Doublin Park printingGap butMX after thisinparticular race.

mid-September. With it came overcast skies with rain threatening all weekend, a deOver 900 riders made their way to the Doublin Gap MX Park in Shippenscent turnout of racers, Barbie Jeep racing on Saturday night, a pig roast and a great burg, PA to take a shot for their entry ticket. I saw one class winner traveled classic rock band called ‘Mid Life Crisis’ all courtesy of Doublin Gap plus a $6000 Pro the whole way from Utah to make the cut. It was a typical qualifier and good Payout sponsored by Yamaha of Camp Hill and Action Motorsports York. for Tennessee, hot and dusty and great competition. Kudo’s to the preparation

promoter for keeping everything and forBoffering a great Justinrunning Rodbellsmoothly (58) wins 250 and School Boy 2

The Barbie Jeep racing was in its second year and that offered some of the biggest track for this event. classes of the weekend, lol. Spectators lined the Kinsley Escalator to watch three age to alland who it in, no matter where you call home and awesome Jack Pagano wins Unlimited groups compete in the downhill course for bragging rights Congrats to come back domade it job to all those who didn’t just for making the attempt. Many of our local racers again next year. In the end it would be Zack Fisher winning the premier “Big Boy” made the cut here at this event with a few winning their classes whom we’ve class. pictured below. Take a look at how our champions did then head on over to: mxsports.com to see the complete results.

Justin Rodbell from Prince Frederick, MD went 1 - 2- 3 to win 125 (12-16) B/C and 1 - 7 - 1 to win Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C

Gage Stine from Woodsboro, M 1 - 1 - 1 to sweep Mini Sr. 1 (12 Logan Leitzel goes 1-1 in Open B on the two stroker

The Barbie Jeep racing was the big hit on the weekend Austin Stroupe dominates all four premier expert motos Bryce Shelly from Telford, PA went 1 - 1 - 1 to sweep 85cc (9-12) - File Photo from Area Q Thomas Welch from Charlotte

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50 (7-8) 1. William Canaguier 2. Joseph Shipley 3. Parker Dwyer 4. Parker Davis 5. Cole Covert

85/150 (12-15) B 1. Jack Rogers 2. Derek Leatherman

50 (4-8) Oil 1. Timothy Scott 2. Reagan Ryan 50 (4-8) Open 1. Parker Dwyer 2. Parker Davis 3. Logan Fisher 4. Sawyer Kauffman 50 Shaft Drive 1. Jackson Beck 2. Tanner Cromleigh 65 (7-11) B 1. Kyle Schlemmer 2. Mason Tucker 3. Clayton Stockstll 4. William Canaguier 5. Talin Evans 65 (7-11) C 1. Seth Kready 2. Joseph Shipley 3. Sam Mackey 4. Cole Covert 5. Owen Caldwell 85 (9-11) B 1. Ryan Canaguier 2. Wyatt Rotz 3. Tate Elliott 4. Kyle Schlemmer 5. Kaleb Weller

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The 7th Annual R&T Club Charity Trail Ride September 10th and 11th at Boyer Farm, Romney, WV. - By Chris Borger The 7th annual R&T Charity Trail Ride was held at Boyer Farm September 10th and 11th. The event benefits the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (Ride for Kids), and is in memory of R&T Club Member Ron Lowing. This was a two-day event with some fantastic trail riding all weekend. The Boyer Farm is a world class trail system that runs 13 miles. The course consists of A, B, C, and Pee-Wee loops for all skill levels. The course is mostly all single track woods action with some awesome AA hill climbs, rolling elevation changes, and a great network of grass track and grass trail action. The course was groomed to perfection and very well marked for the event. Weather conditions were perfect for the weekend, with a much needed rain shower Friday night, making for great trail conditions, but still somewhat dusty in the grass track areas. The camping areas were very nice, mowed and groomed for the weekend quests. The Saturday trail riding was great. Several riders hit the trails early in the day and got several laps in on all the loops. The R&T Club had the usual Saturday night Motorcycle Games for the kids, which included the famous “barrel roll” and “jousting” contests. Several of the youth riders participated in the games and everyone really enjoyed the fun. Sunday, in addition to trail riding, the club held their annual Time Match. The Time Match is optional for those who want to compete for the best time matches in their class. The goal in the Time Match is to get timed for a loop, then try to get as close as possible to your time on your next loop, with no time keeping devices. This was a lot of fun, especially for the kids. The Overall Champion was youth rider Evan Dietrich, with a 4 second variation on a 3-loop sprint! The club had huge trophies and a ton of give-a-ways for all the kids that participated in the Time Match.

The club provided several patrol riders throughout the weekend, and managed the event very well. Local Boy Scout Troop 32 from Romney provided the food and drinks all weekend for the participants, including burgers, dogs, and a great pancake breakfast. Their efforts were very much appreciated by all. This year’s event raised $10,000 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (Ride for Kids). The club received many generous donations at the event, and had very generous sponsors donating many items. The R&T Club was founded in 1970, and is sponsored by the Dutrow Honda Dealership in Frederick, Md. R&T is one of the largest and most active Off-Road Motorcycle recreational riding clubs in the area, performing many community service events throughout the years. The club is an AMA chartered club, and is sanctioned by AMA District 6. R&T is also the #1 off-road fund raising club in the country for the Ride for Kids organization for the last 3 years. Pediatric Brain Tumors are one of the most deadly forms of childhood cancer, and the R&T club is greatly appreciative to all who came out to this charity event. On behalf of the R&T Club and the Ride for Kids organization, many thanks to all who came out to ride and make donations, and thanks go out to the sponsors: Ride On Moto, JT Motorsports, Wrench Rabbit, Dutrow’s Honda, and to Cyclemax for their on-site rider support all weekend. Also a very special thank you to our hosts, the Boyer Family for a great weekend at the farm and their support for the R&T Club and other great AMA events over the years. The R&T Charity Trail Ride is always the 2nd weekend in September at Boyer Farm. Join us next year for a great weekend of Riding! www.randt-club.com B

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AMA East Hare Scramble Championship Series - WNYOA Speedsville, NY August 28, 2016 By: Ken Held

The weather was absolutely perfect for Round 6 of the AMA East HS Championship Series. Hosted by WNYOA, New York States’ premier Off Road Race Series. would match the fastest from both the North and the South. Over 607 Motorcycle and Quad Racers ascended on the Speedsville, NY Farm. Promoter Kyle Gregrow of Cross Country Customs put a lot of time and effort into this event. The course was a combination of grass fields, rolling hills, Enduro X, hill climbs and tight woods. 357 Two Wheeled Competitors were vying for top positions. Although there were many racers from NETRA, VCHSS and other local Districts, the majority of the contestants were from ECEA and WNYOA. With the tight schedules that each series runs, it is extremely difficult to get the 2 sets of competitors at the same venue. The morning youth bikes started at 8 AM. All eyes were on the Beast from the East Mike Beeler and WNYOA’s Benjamin Wright. After 4 laps the checkered flag went to Wright from the 14-16 SM row with Beeler from the 12-13 SM row finishing just a few seconds behind. 3rd place OA on the podium was none other than local WNYOA pilot Jared Detrik also from the 12-13 SM line. Next up were the Pee Wee 50’s. They ran on a separate field across the property. Mostly rolling hills and grass track providing excellent spectator points. The battle was between AMA East Points Leader Austin Tsakanikas and local favorite Dikota Hamilton. After the 1st lap, the top 4 racers were all separated by less than 30 seconds. It appeared that Tsakanikas was battling clutch issues while Hamilton sensing something was wrong with Tsakanikas, put his bike on cruise control. Keeping them honest in 3rd place was another local favorite Mason Potter. 2nd place in the points, C.J. “Pretzel” Przemeleweski, was trying to overtake 3rd place Potter to no avail. 4th place is still good enough for “Pretzel” to retain 2nd OA in AMA East HS points. Congratulations however goes to Austin Tsakanikas for wrapping up the 50cc Championship with one round still to go. Now the battle will be for 2nd and 3rd place bragging rights. At 11:00 the Main event was lined up and ready to rumble. 233 racers took off into the off Camber fields and then into the single track woods. Immediately they were challenged with gnarly uphills littered with exposed roots, rocks, mud and ruts from the earlier heats. It was question of who wanted to it more. You really had to pin it up the hills as there was no turning back if you didn’t make it the 1st time. After approximately 28 minutes the top 3 AA’s came through scoring like a freight train on fire. Separated by

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less than 3 seconds brought Craig Delong, Nick Davis and Series Points Leader Kyle McDonal. Back in 6th place about 20 seconds short of the leaders was 2nd in points SRT’s Wild Wally Palmer. Palmer who just flew in from the AMA EnduroX in Duluth GA, arrived 11 minutes before the start of the main event with a broken thumb. Talk about determination. Unfortunately for Palmer the top front runners were not waiting for Wally. They were on a tear. What made this event even more spectacular is that these 3 front runners have been racing against each other since they were on 50cc bikes. Notable local favorite Benjamin “Batman” Bouwens would fall victim to a mechanical issue on one of the Hill Climbs and was a whole lap down halfway through the event. After 4 laps it was Delong taking the Gold. A final lap pit stop by Davis allowed McDonal to take 2nd leaving Davis to settle for 3rd. It was a great battle and at no time was there more than 15 seconds between the front runners. So after Round 6, McDonal is creating quite a points spread and will take something short of a miracle for Palmer to move any further then 2nd place. See you at round 7 in VA. See full results for bikes and quads at http:// wnyoa.net/2016-results/ B


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Call (302)-229Point Hare Scrambles An ECEA Fast Kid For further information: www.delawareenduroriders.com call 302-229-1805 (Charlie) or 302-999-1663 (Pete). The 1805 with or last-minute changes. SPONSORED BY: www.ECEA.org website will post any and all up-to-date changes and information as needed. WILL GET A FREE SET OF TIRES Starting position: Please note: Rows will NOT be saved. All DELAWARE ENDURO RIDERS, INC. Detach and mail entry form to: Delaware Enduro Riders, PO Box 68, St. Georges, DE 19733 Benefits toPre-entries Girl ScoutsGet of will Chesapeake Bay More Details At: be assigned by drawing. There will be NO switching of numbers for no-shows or returday and Sunday Last Event the behind ECEA Hare funds to no-shows. The Post-entries willinride the last numbers assigned. 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Camp Grove Point, I hereby giveMaryland up all my rights to sue or make any claim for damages due to negligence or any other reason whatsoever against the American Motorcyclist Association and its district organizations, the promoters, EVENT TIMES m route 40 at Elkton, MD, take Route 213 south to Food: The City:conducting Fireperson Ladies Auxiliary a pancake and sausage sponsors and all other persons,Delaware participants or organizations orCo. connected with this event for injury to propertywill or personprovide I may suffer, including crippling injury or death, while participating breakfast in the event and whileat light onto Mainupon Streetevent (routepremises. 282), Follow Orange Hareof danger Admission $5 at preparing the gatefor (get band) in the event and while upon the event premises and, relying upon my own judgment and ability, assume all I know the risks to myself and myper property while andwrist participating BRAPP MAGAZINE October 2016 25 o the Start area 2.3 miles to a left on Grove Neck Road, 50cc: PW: $30or organizations Youth classes: $30 with such risks ofam loss andon hereby agree to reimburse all $30 costs to65cc those/persons connected this event will for damages incurred as a result of my negligence 600 Sunday morning. A Beef and Beer menu be available in the afternoon on Sunday while ground. 2390 Grove Neck Road, Earleville, MD Adult classes: AA &A - $50 B and C - $45

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th More Details th Get At: Nov. 12 , and Scrambles Series one day pass ($10) Course features grass track13 start,2016 open woods New Location!! Camp Grove Point, Maryland No Credit Cards, CASH EVENT ONLY! TIMES trail, a section on the beach of the Sassafras River DIRECTIONS: From route 40 at Elkton, MD, take Route 213 south to Separate C and Main events Cecilton, right at the light onto Main Street (route 282), Follow Orange Hare Admission : $5 per person at the gate (get wrist band) and single track trail. No rocks. Scrambles Arrows to the Start area 2.3 miles to a left on Grove Neck Road, 50cc: $30 65cc PW: $30 Youth classes: $30 THIS IS A RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT – READ IT BEFORE SIGNING then7 miles to Campground. 2390 GrovePoint Neck Road, Earleville,2016 MD ECEA Hare Scrambles Series Adult classes: AA &A - $50 B andHelmet C - $45 NO Go-Pro or cameras! N39 23.742 W 76 02.293 AND LOCATION OF THE EVENT: DESCRIPTION DELAWARE ENDURO – MAY 1, 2016 DELAWARE CITY, DELAWARE Transponder scoring – available for yearly renewal ($30), or Free primitive camping Friday and Saturday. Dist. 7 Hare Scrambles Point Series 2017 I hereby give up all my rights to sue or make any claim for damages due to negligence or any other reason whatsoever against the American Motorcyclist Association and its district organizations, the promoters, one day pass ($10) Course features grass track start, open course woods for 50 Large Open Field start with 2-mile Saturday Sign-up sponsors and all other persons, participants or organizations conducting or connected with this event Times for injury to property or person I may suffer, including crippling injury or death, while participating in the event and while a section on the beach of the Sassafras River No Credit Cards, CASH ONLY! cc,trail, 3event miles for PEEWEE, 6-mile course for and my upon premises. I know the risks of danger to myself property preparing and participating in the event while Separate C while and Main events 50cc, PeeWee andforYouth sign up from 9:00 and until ½ upon the event premises and, relying upon my own judgment and ability, assume all and single track trail. No rocks. such risks of and loss and hereby agree tofor reimburse all costs to those/persons or organizations connected with this event for damages incurred as a result of my negligence YOUTH 8 mile course ADULT hour before individual race start. ECEA Hare Scrambles Point Series 2016 main NO Go-Pro or Helmet cameras! event with separate C class event. Dist. classes 7 Hare Scrambles Point Series 2017 Sunday Sign-up Times Free primitive camping Saturday and Sunday. Large Open Field start with 2-mile course for 50 Saturday Times Adult Sign-up sign up from 7:00AM to ½ hour before race start. SIGNATURE: cc,Pit 3 miles for–PEEWEE, 6-mile course for NO bikes Strictly Enforced!! 50cc, PeeWee Youth sign up from 9:00 until ½ Use theand Online Signup System www.ECEA.org

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AMA membership required to ride these events – available at signup or online at: www.AMADirect link.com ahead of time. AMA membership required to ride these events – available signup or online at: www.AMADirect link.com ahead of time. $49 cash, check to AMA, oratcredit card $49RELEASE cash, check toatAMA, or credit card For Youth classes: Download and print out the MINOR form ecea.org/info/Youthonline.pdf and the PLEDGE form at ecea.org/info/sportsmanship_pledge.pdf PH 302-229-1805 for Questions For Youth classes: Download and print out the MINOR RELEASE formor at302-999-1663 ecea.org/info/Youthonline.pdf and the PLEDGE form at

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Henrietta Race of Legends and Youth

Greg Pamart teaches at the Friday school

Pagoda MC Sept. 9-11, 2016 Another spectacular event hosted on Patriots weekend in south eastern Pa. Jerry Fessler, D6 Vice President worked in conjunction with the fine folks at the Pagoda Motorcycle club to put on the first ever Henrietta Race of Legends and Youth day. The weekend kicked off on Friday with a motocross school taught by some of our “Legends of District 6” past and current pro racers. Attendees received instruction from some of the best in the business and proceeds went to a Vet payout race on Sunday to not only honor our local Vet racers but the veterans of our country who have helped protect us in the past and in the present. What a fitting weekend.

D6 Legends - Barry Carsten, Ty Wallace, Jerry Fessler, Randy Kastle, Tim Schmelyun, Steve Herman, Dave Kratz, Greg Pamart Instructors included the likes of Barry Carsten National #31, Greg “Frenchie” Pamart past French National Champion and owner of GPMX Schools, David Gratz National #65, Ty Wallace National #37, Steve Herman National #56 and Tim Schmelyun long time District 6 National number holder. All these guys cut their teeth on our local tracks and combined there is years of national caliber experience that was passed on to the schools attendees. Saturday offered a practice day then Sunday race day was a salute to Vet’s both on and off the track. Over $3000 was offered up in the age classes with the top three riders on the day being Greg Pamart, Barry Carsten and John Bowlin. Sunday also offered special prizes for the kids down on the Pagoda youth track. Pagoda is one of the few tracks in the area that still offers a separate youth program for beginner riders so props to them for that.

Paul Waslin (10) shows the Vintage class how its done

Jonathan Giagni (119) takes a win on the mini track Riding school attendees learned from some of the best in the business

40 Plus 1. Greg Pamart 2. Barry Carsten 3. John Bowlin 4. Carl Wolter 5. James McIlvaine 25 Plus A 1. Chad Aughinbaugh 2. Jimmy Ivy 25 Plus B/C 1. Jordan Minor 2. Michael Major 3. Derek Martzall 4. Dustin Rhoads 5. Benjamin Hoffman 30 Plus A 1. Greg Pamart 2. Barry Carsten 3. John Bowlin 4. James McIlvaine 5. Jimmy Ivy 30 Plus B 1. Derek Martzall 2. Benjamin Hoffman

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3. Michael Finkbiner 4. Timothy Deitzler 5. Shaun Blevins 30 Plus C 1. Eric Sydlosky 2. Anthony Peabody 3. Jarred Rush 4. Edward Vega 5. Grant Magar 35 Plus 1. Carl Wolter 2. Ethan Waybright 3. Nicholas Weber 4. Sasha Culp-rinaldo 45 Plus 1. David Eckhart 2. Jeffrey Miller 3. Stephen Geary 4. Grant Magar 5. Guillermo Valle 50 Plus 1. Gregory Lykens 2. Lester Guyton 3. Richard Luszik 4. Joseph Teller

5. Gary Moore 50 (4-6) 1. Izzy Barron 50 (7-8) Stock 1. William Canaguier 2. Julia Lord 3. Jayden Mogel 50 Z Air Cooled (4-6) 1. Kearan Lynch 2. Ian Washick 50 Z Air Cooled (7-8) 1. Jackson Bryn 2. Nate Warner Z 65 Beginners 1. Keller Schlemmer 2. Hunter Lutz 3. Sage Weiss 4. Chris Aita Z KTM/Cobra Stock (4-6) 1. Jonathan Giagni Jr. 2. Ian Washick 3. Joseph Hernandez

4. Emily Lord 5. Tyler Wioczewski Z KTM/Cobra Stock (7-8) 1. Evan Sydlosky Z PW 80/XR70/TTR 90 Open 1. Trey Willson 2. Evan Walter Z TTR/CRF/KLX 110 Open 1. Matthew Meshey 2. Emily Dimpter Z PW 50 (4-6) 1. Brodie Bower 2. Tanner Cromleigh 3. Logan Harp Z 50 (4-8) Open 1. Joseph Hernandez 2. Mark Hendricks

See full results at: pagodamc.org


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