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TRACKSIDE Volume 21, #10 - December 2012 Published By:

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AMA District 22 Update The exciting 2012 racing season has come to a close. The 2012 series points have been calculated and are posted on the district’s website and in this issue. The list of 2012 year-end results are also listed on the website as well as the rules and the formulation that were used to determine the eligible award winners. The 2013 AMA District 22 sanctioning meeting was held on Sunday November 11th. Several riders and their families were in attendance. Their presence was very welcomed by the Clubs/ Promoters and District Officers. Their opinions, questions and comments were a great way to get a feeling for what the riders did and didn’t like about the current AMA District 22 Championship Series format, and were strongly taken into consideration when the 2013 Championship Series format was discussed. While I can’t give you all of the details of next year’s series since the final details are still being completed, I can tell you that there has been a major reworking of the series. Look for at least one new location, less events, and increased emphasis on head to head competition, and a more racer-friendly calendar. The 2012 series was great, but it did have its challenges including a very dry summer, extremely high fuel prices and an extremely full calendar. Even with these challenges, the series did very well which is evident by the fact that over 110 year-end awards will be handed out at the Motocross banquet alone. Speaking of banquets; be sure to check the website very soon for information on both the Off-road and Motocross banquets as the details are finalized and posted. The 2013 dates, rules and membership application will be posted on the website prior to January 1st, 2013. Be sure to watch for them and get your applications returned as soon as possible to avoid lines at the new season’s first events. If you have never been a member of a club or donated your time to help plan, prepare for or run an event, 2013 would be a great season for you to get involved. The District 22 Clubs/Promoters

Doug Forstner Sam Forstner Kathy Gepford Gordon Green Kathy Haselton Dave Henry Dave Hollub Nancy Littlefield Gordon Lunde

Mike Nelson Kevin Northrup Rolfe Otterness Martha Peters James Pinckard Michael Quinn Josh Rud Becky Stichter

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would greatly appreciate the help. If you haven’t committed to and raced a series in the past, 2013 would also be a great year to make the commitment and go for it. Remember, local events are the life-blood of your sport and are the events where we all got started. This year’s AMA Congress proved to me that the AMA has listened to the concerns of its members, districts and promoters. Look for some major changes to come both next year and the following year from the AMA. Some of these changes have been a long time coming, and will be well received by all. As always, if you have any questions or concerns about anything to do with AMA racing in Iowa or motorcycling in general, feel free to get in touch with me through the contact information listed on the website. If you know of any new or non-AMA motorcycle events including both on and off-road events, please direct them to the district’s website for contact information. We want to give everyone the opportunity to be involved with the AMA at both the local and national level. Mark D. Bonnell President AMA District 22 Club Council Words from District 16 By Todd Ellingson D16 President As 2012 comes to an end we have a few announcements for District 16. To start we would like to send a big thank you to Ron Blazek, Pete Laubmeier and John Archer for their past dedication to the District 16 board. As they move on we welcome our newest board members; Vice President Joe Stoppleworth, Enduro Ref Curt Shomberg, and Trial Ref Dave Schigoda. We look forward to working with you in the 2013 race season. A special thank you to our 2012 Sponsors for making our banquet a success: Southeast Sales gave away a Kawasaki KLX110 and misc. prizes, Silkolene gave away gift certificates for oil product, Bell Industries and DOC 360 provided prizes as well.

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Lofquist Award: This District 16 Award was originally created by Vince Lofquist in 1995 to honor his parents, Dick and Loretta, who had published the Lofquist Racing News (The official District newsletter in the 1980’s). The award was designed to recognized a person who is “not” a racer, but one who has made a significant contribution to the sport in a particular year or in general. The 2012 Lofquist Award went to the Richardson Family (Arkansaw Creek Cycle Club). The entire Richardson family helps out at their events. They warmly welcome everyone and there is always something fun going on at their track. If you would like to nominate a person or a family for the 2013 Lofquist award please feel free to email me at e21racing@yahoo.com. If you have any questions during your race season, I welcome you to call me at 715-451-1168. Pete Degrand Benefit. Long time District 16 rider - Aztalan Cycle Club member and event day volunteer at many other area races, Pete Degrand was seriously injured at a September motocross event. Facing a very long term medical fight, and the related growing financial challenges, friends and family members are holding a fundraiser Saturday January 12 at the Hiawatha Bar and Grill in Sturtevant, WI, 3pm to close. Your attendance and support would be greatly appreciated. For more info a simple page has been posted at www.petedegrand50.com, or e-mail Nicole at nmd529@yahoo.com From the Back of the Pack By Mike Quinn, D23 Chairman

Hall in Bloomington. Turn out was low due to the opening of deer hunting season. We are planning on going back to our December date for 2013. We did fill all of our board positions with some old faces and a few new ones. Look for a report on the meeting in this issue. By the time you read this we should have our official 2013 schedule published. Our annual awards banquet will be held on December 15th at Treasure Island Resort and Casino. We are hoping to see most of our members there to celebrate the season and get some serious bench racing in. The resort is really kid friendly so bring the family and make a weekend of it. On behalf of the board I would like to congratulate all of the award winners for their hard work and dedication. Achieving the goal season champion is a daunting task that takes focus, determination, hard work and sacrifice. It is also something that can never be taken from you. So again congrats on your achievements. It will be nice to have a few months to regroup and get ready for next season. Looking to the future winter can seem very daunting and long, but it always seems to go way faster than I expect it to. By the time you get down your workout routine, get the bike cleaned up and ready for the ‘13 season, winter will be over and we will be looking at starting over again. We have a full schedule for the coming year so whatever your chosen discipline of riding, we have events for you. We look forward to seeing all of you back and ready to ride next season. We will have a booth at the International Motorcycle Show January 11-13 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Make sure you go to the show and stop by the booth and say hello. Most of our promoters and clubs will have displays and we should have some good videos going as well. This is a big event for us as it gives us exposure to so many people that we normally do not reach. We will be reaching out to the road riders in the coming years as this is a growing segment of the riding community. We need to get all riders onto the same page for legislative reasons among others. Numbers become critical when dealing with legislative issues. D23 is the only organization in MN that has

This is the last issue of 2012 which is a sure sign the season is officially over. It has been a good year in many respects. Our membership numbers and participation numbers were both up a bit. This is important because it reverses a six year downward trend. Lets hope this is a sign that we have turned the corner and it will now be all uphill. Speaking of hills, congratulations to the Hillclimbers of the upper Midwest for their successes at the National Hillclimb this year. The lions share of titles went to riders from MN and WI. The event was well promoted due the hard work of club members. The numbers for hillclimb were up which is fitting since the racers only go up. It is nice to see participation numbers going upward. We held our annual sanction meeting and Submit your free ad for the business meeting on Cycle USA Classifieds November 10th at the KC

an active lobbyist to fight for our rights as riders both on and off the road. Enjoy the off season, recruit a new member for the upcoming season and we will see all of you on the tracks and trails of Minnesota. Mike

District 16 Membership renewals. Like

this past year, for the 2013 season membership renewals will not be mailed to you. You no longer have to wait for the renewal forms. In December, the membership forms will be available for printing off the web site at amadistrict16.com. Renewal forms will not be mailed, so avoid the delays at the track by going on line and getting it taken care of now. BACK FOR 2013! The Moto on Ice crew will be back again this year at Cedar Lake, Indiana with a full program of ice racing. Last year the lake never froze completely over and the season was cancelled. Club president Jeff Fredette commented, “We have a full schedule planned, in fact, racing is scheduled to start earlier, the last Sunday in December. Last year was a disappointment, but the crew hasn’t lost any enthusiasm and we have all been busy getting our bikes ready, studding tires.” Check out the Moto on Ice ad on page 28 and gear up for some good winter racing. All District Riders: Renew your memberships as soon as you get the opportunity to do so. The Cycle USA magazine is one of your special membership benefits, and only renewed 2013 members will continue to get issues after the first few come out in the Spring. Also, if you change your address, notify your district association right away. This December issue is the last one until the 2013 season kicks off in March. Fellow rider passes. Randy Knox passed away on 11-24-12 from complications from a street bike accident. Long time district 17, 16 Multi Champion Enduro rider, and Pro Grip rep. Loved by all, he will be missed.

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Millville Hare Scrambles Millville, Minnesota - Oct. 7 By Rolfe Otterness

some markers and it was not clear who was really in the lead. Steve Drewo was the first

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eremy Martin prevailed over Nate Ferderer in a terrific battle for the win at the 9th round of District 23 Hare Scramble series, hosted by Spring Creek Park. Ferderer and Martin both had minor getoffs and troubles, but in the end the win went to Martin. Martin is a newcomer to the professional motocross ranks as of August this year, and Ferderer is the top running District 23 hare scrambles rider as of late so it was an interesting battle between two top level riders. The course was layed out by the crafty John Martin, himself a national hare scrambles champion in years gone by, and comprised of parts of the motocross track along with trails in the hills and fields surrounding the track. Another feature was that part of it was indoors- through the dreaded Haunted House. The AA, A and B classes ran the whole length of it, approximately sixteen miles. The C and other classes ran a shorter variation with some of the more difficult trails not used. Unfortunately the severe drought left the trails totally free of moisture and there was a lot of difficulty with clear vision for anyone trailing a rider. Total entries numbered about 280. When the AA riders left the starting line and hit the track a massive dust cloud inundated the area. Some minutes later some riders finally appeared returning to the motocross track area, but a couple missed

Peter Graves ran well in the AA class for a fourth OA.

Nate Ferderer leading eventual event winner Jeremy Martin early on lap one.

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rider through the scoring chute and ran slightly less than 44 minutes for the first lap as Dannis Lau and Martin followed him through. Over the course of the next lap it became apparent that Lau, Martin and Ferderer were on pace for the lead. On lap three Lau lost major minutes and must have had big problems. Martin had to fuel up every lap on his YZ250F while Fererer had a big enough tank on his Husqvarna to skip one refueling stop. Coming in at the end of the second lap, Martin had just enough of a lead to get out before Ferderer could get by him. Over the last lap it was a duel and Martin lost a bit of time with a slip up, but still maintained an edge of a little over thirty seconds for the win. Dennis Lau came through for third with Peter Graves and Craig Holasek following, back about a minute. Mitch Craven was the top A class finisher with a strong ride to top the 250A listings. He was a good two minutes in front of Ryan Orres to ace that class. The A Open class had a very close finish between Garrett Hansen and Robert Newport as they were only separated by three seconds at the end of 2.5 hours. The quickest of the B class riders was Jerry Robin on his YZ125 in the 200B class. Robin was very quick, and actually done two minutes faster than the A riders. Drey Lacroix had a good run for the win in the 250B class, running nearly seven minutes ahead of second-place Alex Campbell. Fleetest of the C riders was Nolan Heppner who managed to pull of four laps on the shortened course that they competed on. Heppner rode in the 250 class. The only other C rider to make it through the finish chute in time to make the cutoff was the winner of the 200 class- Trevor Archibald. Results: AA: 1.Jeremy Martin 2.Nathan Ferderer 3.Dennis Lau 4.Peter Graves 5.Craig Holasek 200A: 1. Tyler Pogreba 201-250A: 1.Mitch Craven 2.Ryan Orres 3. Daniel Robin 4.Jonathan Acker Open A: Garrett Hansen 2.Robert Newport 3. Nathan Zambon 4.Kyle Savelkoul 5.Alex Martinson Veteran A: 1.Brandon Hansen 2.Dan Magnuson 3.Sjawm Gerulli 4.Sean Mowry 5. Jonathan Rosemeier Senior A: 1.Dan Illies 2.Allwn Jenrich 3.Jay Waalen 4.David Spizman 5.Dennis Boe Super Sr A: 1.Dave Schreiner 2.Kraig Anderson


3.Dave Grunklee 4.Steve Reschke 5.Steve Danelius 200B: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Chad Grinhaug 3.Ryan Sand 4.Derek Severson 5.Austin Pogreba 250B: 1.Drey Lacroix 2.Alex Campbell 3.Dylan Radtke 4.Randy Lieder 5.Logan Staudinyer Open B: 1.Daniel Ekstrom 2.Scott Keller 3.Alex Hetteen 4.Jesse Sandry Veteran B: 1.Derek Otteson 2.Travis Cluraghty 3.Cory Buickers 4.Edward Kruger 5.John Niewoehner Senior B: 1.Russell Theis 2.Steven Lindemer 3.Joe

Bauer 4.Kurt Olsen 5.Chris Peterson Super Sr B: 1.Harold Gooch 2.Greg Karow 200C: 1.Trevor Archibald 2.Logan Kittock 3.Travis Mathwig 4.Matt Kramer 5.Brandon Kinney 250C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Jason Cysiewski 3.Kyle Wix 4.Ben Kortbein 5.Mitchell Swenson Open C: 1.Joel Pyffer-

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Joseph Martinson churns up a cloud while in front of Ryan Orres.

oen 2.Luke Chase 3.Jaime Forsland 4.Jeremy Linge 5.Mark Vanderwerf Veteran C: 1.Jason Buchholz 2.Tony Blake 3.Matt Menke 4.Ryan Benson 5.Ryan Edge Senior C: 1.Greg Foeller 2.Mike Osowski 3.Barry Weinzirl 4.Carl Evers 5.Wes Hendrickson Super Sr C: 1.Leon Maynard 2.Dan Forsland 3.Randy Riley 4.Fred Myers 5.Evaristo Giuliani C Masters: 1.Len Fazendin 2.Jim Erickson

3.Donald Krueger 4.James Gunderson Women: 1.Kristi Grote 2.Kristina Zmuda 3.Katherine Vanderwerf 4.Kelsey Grinhaug 5.Colleen Lane Junior: 1.Collin Maynard 2.Mitchell Thelen 3.Chaz Herzog 4.Nehemiah Buchholz 5.Alexander Wallner X-rider: 1.Ryan Benson 2.John Lurken 3.Erick Devaan 4.Will Gunderson Premier: 1.Collin Maynard 2.Chaz Herzog 3.Devin Winter 4.Jonathan Theisen 5.Dusty Ruggeberg Pee Wee: 1.Jack Maki 2.Kyle Becker 3.Josiah Van Moer 4.Elijah Buchholz 5.Mason Theis Girls 9-15: 1.Katherine Vanderwerf 2.Sarah Stronczer 3.Jessica Curtis 4.Cheyanne Stoudt Macro Mini: 1.Travis Illies 2.Justin Buchta 3.Colin Johanns Micro Mini: 1.Aiden Jowers 2.Ryder Gerulli 3.Myles Munoz 4.Kaden Haferbecker 5.Lucas McCoy

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Oakley Dirt Riders Charity Event Oakley, Illinois - November 4 By James Pinckard Photos by Phyllis Blume, more photos at www.phyllisblume.com

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erfect fall weather welcomed 120 riders to the 20th Dirt Riders Charity event. This year Big Brothers Big Sisters received $2,200 dollars and a pickup full of toys as a result of the event! It’s great to see what the dirt bike community can do to help those in need. Not only did they show a kind heart, but they got to ride on perfect trail conditions with friends for three hours! This event had many classes, both Iron man and Team. Even though this is a true fun event, don’t tell the riders because many were on the gas and flying through the woods to do their best - after all what’s more fun than beating your buddies? The day started with the peewee class followed by the mini and women. In PeeWee KTM rider Jaret Zuallnur took the win with KTM rider Brandon Drake second. In Open Mini, KTM rider Jason Gepford led the whole race with Michael Burtle

and Dalton Garecht in tow rounding out the top three. The best racing of the day came from the Team A class. The Teams of Reid/ Toberman and Kaylor/ Duff were flat on the gas! For three hours these two teams were never more than five seconds apart! After changing the lead six times, when they left for the last lap it was a guess who would win, and at the flag it was… Reid/ Toberman! There was another team worth a mention. Jason Gepford wanted to race the father son team race but his father John got hurt racing motocross and wasn’t able to ride. Jason went to Facebook in search of a teammate and the team of Gepford and Smith was made. The problem was Smith was on a 450 and is fast in the woods and in Motocross putting the team in the A class. With Gepford fresh off the Open Mini win, and on an 85 they took to the trails. When it was done they finished fifth overall out of nine teams. What a great ride for both. Thank you to all that helped with this race. It takes lots of people to score, set up the course as well as everything else. Thank you to the riders who came out, raced and donated toys and money for Big Brothers Big sisters. Next year dust off your bike and head to Oakley and have some fun with us! Results: Pee Wee: 1.Jaret Zuallner 2.Branden Drake 3.Jason Drake Open Mini: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Michael Burtle 3.Dalton Garecht 4.Recce Hutton 5.Setin West Women: 1.Susan Creek 2.Paige Garecht A Team: 1.Reid/Toberman 2.Kaylor/Duff 3.onnerse/Adkisson 4.Workman/Wessing 5.Gepford/Smith Ironman A: 1.Alex Perry 2.Clint Phenigo 3.Steve Daniels 4.Jim Perry 5.Tom Burtle B Team: 1.Kershaw/Budane 2.Bradfield/ Shelton 3.Erickson/Rossmlle 4.Lombard/Rouse 5.Bondenury/ Williams Father/Son Team: 1.Kortbein/ Kortbein 2.Marfell/ Mar-

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fell 3.Kent/ Kent 4.Ellis/ Howe 5.Stewart/ Hunt +50 Team: 1.Roose/ Mahart 2.Cannon/ Workman 3.Arleman/ Burges 4.Schollneier/ Catlin 5.Coady/ Suslee Ironman B: 1.Janes 2.Deake 3.Bran-

ham 4.Showalter 5.Silclino Ironman C: 1.Trigalet 2.Koons 3.T Jones 4.Beaxton 5.Cloyd Team C: 1.Trigalet/ Balla 2.Hess/ Gebrugoa 3.Suromon/ West 4.Duff/ Duff


Halloween Spooktacular at Hangtime Akron, Indiana - October 27 By Becky Stichter

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ith this being the last weekend of racing for the season, the staff of Reads Racing held their annual Halloween spooktacular. The weekend started with an open ride Friday evening. Racing started Saturday morning. Between the first and second motos, there was a benefit auction for Tyler Frye who was injured last season. Mike Madden of Razor Image gave Tyler a custom painted helmet. Raffle tickets were sold and Dale Johnson was the lucky winner, so one of his children will be sporting a custom painted helmet next season. Chill Clothing and Westfield Yamaha gave riding outfits. Maximum Powersports gave boots, and Obermyer Yamaha gave a new Fly gear bag to Tyler. Special metal braces are mounted on Tyler's bike, so he continues to ride. The staff at Reads Racing makes sure extra staff are available when Tyler is on the track, in case he goes down. After the racing was done, there was a buddy race. All the money raised from that also went to Tyler. It was chilly, but sunny Saturday morning, and you really couldn't ask for better weather this time of the year. The 125cc 2stroke bikes were the first on the track. Joshua Workman led the way out of the gates in both motos, followed by Shadd Miser and Brian Ripple. Workman maintained his lead both motos, giving him the overall for the day. 250C was the largest class today, with fourteen riders on the gate. Trey Short was

65cc (7-9) third place finisher Schyler Altherr.

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first out of the gates in moto one with Keegan Hicks, Caden Roberts and Kaleb McDonald close. Short kept pulling back on the throttle and maintained his lead as Roberts started making a move, and by the second lap had moved into second. Kody Elder, who had been back in the pack was also passing riders, and moved into third by the third lap. In the second moto, Roberts led the way out of the gates, with Short on his rear tire. Roberts was able to hold Short off for the first lap, but then Short found an opportunity to pass Roberts and take the lead. Short went on to win again as Roberts maintained his second place position. Hicks and Elder were battling it out for third place, and half way through the moto, Hicks worked his way around Elder. Kennan Leis was zipping around the track on his KTM in the 65cc (7-9) class. Leis grabbed the holeshot both motos. In the first moto, Brogan Strubberg was right behind Leis out of the gates. Strubberg was pressuring Leis until he took a hard fall on the step-up. Strubberg was able to get up, but his bike quit running later in the race. With Strubberg going down, Clayton Servaty and Schyler Altherr battled for second place. In moto two, Servaty was second out of the gates, behind Leis. Servaty had a good run, but Leis was faster and wasn't going to be stopped today. The Women’s class had seven riders on the gate today. Addison Clouse took the holeshot in moto one followed by Madison Johnson and Emily Eubanks. Johnson pressured Clouse, then they were riding bike to bike. Johnson pulled back further on the throttle, and pulled ahead of Clouse. Behind the leaders, Eubanks and Jacqueline Bullard battled it out for third. In the second moto, Johnson led the way out of the gates followed by Eubanks and Courtney Caldwell. Johnson opened up the

#472 Trey Short getting the jump on the 250C class.

throttle and pulled ahead. Clouse, who was further back, started passing people, and eventually pressuring Eubanks. Eubanks rode well, and held Clouse off to the end. There were only three riders in the 250A class, but Jeffrey Henson and Adam Lock had some fast motos. Henson led the way out of the gates both motos with Lock only a couple of bike lengths behind. Henson had to feel Lock breathing down his back, but rode flawlessly, and went on to win. There was some good racing in the 85cc (12-15) class again today. In moto one Christian Gallagher grabbed the lead, followed by Conner Brew and Joshua Taylor. Once Taylor had a little more room on the track, he started pulling the throttle back and pulled into the lead. Isaiah Shelton, who was further back,

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also started to pass riders, and moved into second. Shelton put a lot of pressure on Taylor, but Taylor kept pulling back harder on the throttle. In the second moto, Shelton led the way out of the gates, followed by Brew and Gallagher. Taylor again started making a move, and next thing, he was putting a lot of pressure on Shelton. Taylor was right on Shelton's rear tire. In the third lap, Shelton launched his bike high off one of the back stretch jumps and bailed off. Taylor was right there to take the lead, followed by Brew and Some of the evening’s Halloween fun. Gallagher. In the +30B/C class Dana the evening for everyone to enjoy. The kids Miller was the fastest, walking off with two enjoyed going trick-or-treating and particifirst place finishes. Michael Rice and David pated in the mummy wrap. It was a great way Huss had some good battles, at times riding to wrap up a fantastic day! nearly bike to bike. Rice was able to finish The final race of the season was held ahead of Huss in moto one, then Huss anSunday morning. It has been another great swered back in the second moto. season of racing, and congratulations to Reads Later in the afternoon, the Halloween Racing, offering racing for the past 30 years!!! events began. Pumpkins, donated by the Results: Rochester Optimist Club, were free to anyone 125cc 2-str: 1.Josh Workman 2.Shadd Miser who wanted to carve one. There were con3.Brian Ripple 4.Courtney Caldwell 5.Addison Clouse tests for the best carved pumpkin, best halSchlby 2: 1.Dalton Packard 2.Kaleb McDonald loween food, best decorated pit area, and 3.Madison Johnson costumes. There was a free chili pot and Mini Quad: 1.Drake Edwards 2.Jordanne Stichter cookies for everyone, and a huge bonfire in 3.Jeramyah James 4.Cole Tetzloff 5.Jayda Mundell

Mini Quad Jr: 1.Bodie Derrer 2.Kaden Derrer 250C: 1.Trey Short 2.Caden Roberts 3.Keegan Hicks 4.Kody Elder 5.Daniel Wachowski 65cc(7-9): 1.Kennan Leis 2.Clayton Servaty 3.Schyler Altherr 4.Rylan Keller 5.Clayton Strunk 65cc (10-11): 1.Dalton Edmondson 2.Trenton Short Schlby 1: 1.Kody Elder 2.Isaiah Shelton 3.Josh Workman Women 12+: 1.Madison Johnson 2.Emily Eubanks 3.Addison Clouse 4.Jacqueline Bullard 5.Courtney Caldwell 14/24: 1.Matthew Fozo 2.Wesley Wiegand +30A: 1.Michael Heingartner +40: 1.Todd White 2.David Huss 3.Robert Anders 250A: 1.Jeffrey Henson 2.Adam Lock 3.Trent Armstrong 250B: 1.Dalton Packard 85cc(12-15): 1.Joshua Taylor 2.Connor Brew 3.Christian Gallagher 4.Shadd Miser 5.Chase Boykin 85cc (9-11): 1.Trevor Lomperski 2.Justin Stichter 3.Brogan Strubberg 4.Kennan Leis +30B/C: 1.Dana Miller 2.David Huss 3.Michael Rice 4.Felix Stanker 5.Adam Miller +50: 1.Todd White 2.Doug Fozo 3.Mike Farley Open C: 1.Logan Spangler 2.Joseph Hagemeier 3.David Stanker 4.Ryan Frye 50cc (7-8): 1.Clayton Strunk 50cc (4-8) inj: 1.Blake Williams 65cc (7-11): 1.Dalton Edmondson Girls: 1.Ashley Eubanks 2.Lilly Jones Quad A: 1.Matt Simmons Super Mini: 1.Joshua Taylor 2.Chase Boykin 3.Kevin Madden Pitbike: 1.Schyler Altherr 2.Jonathon Jones Outlaw: 1.Trevor Lomperski

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LTM Casey, Illinois - October 27/28 By Dave Henry Photos by Phyllis Blume, more photos at www.phyllisblume.com

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ctober 27th and 28th marked yet another end to an outstanding season of racing at Lincoln Trail. Rider appreciation weekend is always a big hit at LTM and this year was no different. With the help of several of LTM’s top sponsors, the riders were treated to two pit bike give a ways, pit bike races, gear give a ways, a bonfire, hog roast, hayride and trick or treating. None of this would have been possible without the hard work from ATVs and More, ShopBigwheel.com, On The Spot Trophies and Awards, Action Sports EMS, DT1 Filters, FLY Racing, No Toil, MWXC, IXCR, Ashley DJ Service, Spider

Skyler Leaf in 85Jr.

#736 Eran Salzmann and #76 Richard Fleming in the eighteen rider 250C class Saturday.

Graphix, CW Motorsports, FMF, and Race Tech. The fans were treated to some great racing as well. #28, Parker Smith was on a tear this weekend and put together an almost perfect performance, winning 11 of 12 the motos he entered. Smith dominated Saturday taking moto sweeps in 125cc, Schoolboy and 250B. On Sunday he was on a roll again winning both 250B and 125cc motos. It was Sunday’s Schoolboy second moto that Chance Trigalet denied Parker his perfect sweep. Trigalet held close to Smith in both 125 and Schoolboy on Saturday and halfway through Sunday, but the second moto of Schoolboy on Sunday was all Trigalet. He got off to a great start, and with an early bobble from Smith, that was all the room Trigalet needed to seal the deal. Speaking Trigalet, the Shop Bigwheel.com, Tom Zont Racing backed rider had a pretty good weekend himself and a dominating performance on Sunday in the 250C class. Trigalet pulled two monster holeshots and won both motos by ten plus seconds over a field of close to twenty riders. Another rider on the gas all weekend was KTM mounted

David Howard in 250 and Open A. Howard swept all for four motos Saturday, and was looking great on Sunday, having another sweep in sight. An error in the second Open A moto left the door open for Honda mounted Ryan Tracy to take the moto and the Open A overall. Tracy was riding a 2013 Honda 450, and looking really good. Besides grabbing the Open A overall, Tracy dominated the +25 and +30A classes Sunday, sweeping all four of those motos. Speaking of age classes, Zeno Molteni made the trip down from Arlington Heights to dominate +30B/C on both Saturday and Sunday on his Tom Zont Racing backed Suzuki 450. Gary Adams was fast as always, going eight for eight on the weekend in the +45 and +50 classes. In Mini racing, Noah Watts, on his Kawasaki took five of his six motos, and won three overalls between Saturday and Sunday. Saturday he went 2-1 in Supermini and 1-1 in 85Sr. Sunday he swept 85Sr. again. In 85Jr, Decatur’s own Jason Gepford, on his Decal Works/ Phyllis Blume backed KTM took both motos on Saturday and Sunday. In 65Sr action, Skyler Leaf CYCLE USA, December 2012 15


and Dane Folsom traded overalls. Leaf dominated Saturday with a 1-1, while Folsom struggled for a third overall with a 2-6. On Sunday, it was Folsom’s turn for the win going 1-2 over Leaf (3-1). In 65Jr it was a four moto sweep for Colona, IL rider Brennan Wages. In 50Sr it was once again, the Caiden Gerling show. Gerling on his Gerling construction backed Cobra dominated all four motos between Saturday and Sunday. It was a great weekend of racing, family gathering time and lots of fun for the kids. If you haven’t been back to LTM in a while, be sure to put them on your calendar for 2013. Saturday Results: Schlby: 1.Parker Smith 2.Rodney Sullivan 3.Sage Glasgow 4.Taiga Judd Open C: 1.Eran Salzmann 2.Bryce Cox 3.Tristan Smith 4.Garrett Mason Open B: 1.Aaron Carter Open A: 1.David Howard 2.Cory Deadmond 3.William Buerster 4.Corey White 5.Kenny Felgar +40: 1.Todd Oney Vintage: 1.Tristan Smith 2.Ryan Russell 125cc: 1.Parker Smith 2.Paxton Kerber 3.Jake Carlson 4.Rodney Sullivan 5.Trey Walters 65Sr: 1.Skyler Leaf 2.Gunner Schmidgall 3.Dane Folsom 4.Colby Beckwith 5.Mason Moody 65Jr: 1.Brennan Wages 2.Edgar Lewis 3.Collin Nodurft 4.Braden Walters 5.Colton King +50: 1.Gary Adams 2.Don Large 3.Orville Kline 4.Andy Kooistra 5.David Seitz +30A: 1.Shawn Kelley +30B/C: 1.Zeno Molteni 2.Robert Moody 3.David Shirley 4.Jason Gerling 5.Keith Zersen Mini 1: 1.Dawson Ryker 2.Jason Gepford 3.Brett Greenley

Jacob Bell in 85Sr Sunday.

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#777 Andrew Brown and #854 Preston Nelson lead +35 and the other age class riders off the start. SuperMini: 1.Noah Watts 2.Chance Trigalet 250A: 1.David Howard 2.William Buerster 250B: 1.Parker Smith 2.Avery Gambill 3.Jake Carlson 250C: 1.Paxton Kerber 2.Chance Trigalet 3.Travis Johnson 4.Eran Salzmann 5.Bryce Cox 50Jr: 1.Eston Ward 2.Preston Leaf 3.Caleb House 4.Carson Bissey 50Sr: 1.Caiden Gerling 2.Clayton Anderson 3.Caden Cox +25: 1.James Hays 2.Cory Deadmond 3.Zeno Molteni 4.Kirt Monk 5.Aaron Carter +55: 1.Ken Felgar 85Jr: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Brett Greenley 3.Skyler

Leaf 4.Collin Nodurft 5.Derick Bell 85Sr: 1.Noah Watts 2.Brennen Shreeves 3.Taiga Judd 4.Jacob Bell 5.Robert Moody 14-24: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Kelby Getz 3.Corey White +45: 1.Gary Adams 2.Don Large 3.Andy Kooistra 4.Toby Mckinney 5.David Seitz 50 Shaft: 1.Caleb House 2.Carson Bissey Sunday Results: Schlby: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Parker Smith 3.Jason Thomason 4.Sage Glasgow 5.Rodney Sullivan 14-24: 1.Corey White 2.Curtis Batson 3.Kelby Getz 4.Edward Kline 5.Brittany Newman Vintage: 1.Brennon Kershaw 2.Brad Adams 3.Tristan Smith 4.Ryan Russell 85Jr: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Evan Rhodes 3.Derick Bell 4.Skyler Leaf 5.Landen Noggle 85Sr: 1.Noah Watts 2.Ren Dazey 3.Brennen Shreeves 4.Alex Funk 5.Jacob Bell +25: 1.Ryan Tracy 2.James Hays 3.Andrew Buckles 4.Cory Deadmond 5.Zeno Molteni 125cc: 1.Parker Smith 2.Chance Trigalet 3.Paxton Kerber 4.Brennon Kershaw 5.Rodney Sullivan +40: 1.Greg Derickson +45: 1.Gary Adams 2.Tony Burns 3.Toby Mckinney +35: 1.Andrew Brown 2.Preston Nelson +55: 1.Gary Shewart 2.Dave Suslee 3.Ken Felgar 4.Rodney Wiley 5.Gary Peak 65Sr: 1.Dane Folsom 2.Skyler Leaf 3.Derick Bell 4.Alex Smith 5.Colby Beckwith 65Jr: 1.Brennan Wages 2.Adam Funk 3.Collin Nodurft 4.Beau Noland 5.Cole Dekker 250A: 1.David Howard 2.Quentin Jones 3.Keeze Carver 4.Bryten Brill 250B: 1.Parker Smith 2.Brennon Kershaw 3.Jake Carlson 4.Stephen Cecil +50: 1.Gary Adams 2.Orville Kline 3.Don Large 4.John Gepford 5.Dave Suslee +30A: 1.Ryan Tracy 2.Kirt Monk 3.Andrew Brown +30B/C: 1.Zeno Molteni 2.Preston Nelson 3.Brad Adams 4.Jason Gerling 5.Brett Lawrence 250C: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Paxton Kerber 3.Jason Thomason 4.Zackory Fiore 5.Travis Johnson 50Jr: 1.Eston Ward 2.Andrew Hayhurst 3.Preston Leaf 4.Gavin Batson 50Sr: 1.Caiden Gerling 2.Clayton Anderson Open B: 1.Jake Carlson 2.Curtis Batson 3.Aaron Carter Open A: 1.Ryan Tracy 2.David Howard 3.Quentin Jones 4.Cory Deadmond 5.Andrew Buckles Open C: 1.Kelby Getz 2.Zackory Fiore 3.Bryce Cox 4.Tristan Smith 5.Dylan Beccue Mini 1: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Chase Carpenter Super Mini: 1.Ren Dazey 2.Kaleb White 3.Nathan Derickson


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Miller motors on at Millville MX Millville, Minnesota - Oct. 14 By Rolfe Otterness

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enry Miller started off the new 2013 Spring Creek Park Super Series with triple wins as he collected gold in Junior 14-16, 14-25B and Open B classes. His six straight wins should give a good indication of where he will be planning on placing once the long winter wait is over. Other racers had some good rides too with Jerry Robin taking the 125 class and also 250B in an inspired ride on his very vintage CR250. Vintage rules! Gage Fisher and Kirk Lewis also snagged two wins. It was a cool fall day with a light mist at times, quite a change from the long, dry summer we had in Minnesota. The track held up well with the usual attention from John and his crew. Entries were estimated at 350 or so. The Junior class hit the track early in the day with a light mist falling and the track surface just a bit slick. Henry Miller took control early on and managed to outpace second-place

rider Cole Hood, edging away steadily. Iowan Austin Anderson set a fast pace in third with Kade Rennich applying some pressure in the early part of the moto. Anderson managed to slip away and closed on Hood late in the race. Travis Prier made a last lap pass on the downhill coming into the last corner before the finish line, nipping Rennich for fourth. Moto two featured another holeshot to Miller who then controlled the pace for the duration. Prier surged into second early in the race with Hood in pursuit. Anderson trailed Hood by only a few seconds at the end while Rennich ran alone in fifth. In +45A, Jack Parenteau launched his CR500 out front to start off the action, but Tim Bernloehr, newly recovered from an ankle injury, displaced him out front shortly. Bernloehr held on for the first half of the race with Kirk Lewis pressuring him and Parenteau in third. Lewis took over when Bernloehr bobbled, and went on for the win. Boden Soderbeck moved up to third,

Izaih Clark leading Josh Boaz on their KTM 65cc scoots.

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Shades of the eighties as Jerry Robin rides his vantage Honda to gold in 250B.

and Russ Anthony slipped by Parenteau about mid-moto to take fourth on his classic YZ490. Lewis was on a mission in moto two and Bernloehr wiped ‘er out, dropping from an early second place to finish well back. Soderbeck inherited second and held on to the checkered flag with Anthony, Kurt Torbenson and Jeff Sandbeck rounding out the top five. Kayla Solheid ran a strong moto to take the win over Cloe Spaeth in the first moto of the Women’s class. Kyra Boaz and Ann Rysavy pulled off 3-4 finishes ahead of Trisha Hoover. Spaeth nabbed the holey in moto two but Solheid quickly demoted her to second. Spaeth upped her pace and stayed close for a while but Solheid had her overmatched this time out and took the win. Boaz reprised her third-place finish while Hoover topped Rysavy for fourth. Brandon Riehm jumped out front and led strongly in the Open A class. Luke Peters slotted into second early on with

Blake Netten and Brad Deprenger in pursuit. Riehm was far too strong for the rest and ran off with the win. Deprenger displaced Netten on lap two and closed on Peters over the next few laps, finally making a pass on the last lap as they hit the berm at the bottom of the pro hill. Deprenger put just a bit of a gap on Peters before the flag where Trevor Tuma and Netten were soon to follow him through. Moto two saw Peters jump to the early lead in the early going with Clayton Olson also up in the order. Riehm had troubles and dropped out for a DNF as Tuma moved up to second for a few laps. Deprenger was on a roll again and scored another second place after getting around Tuma on the last lap. Olson managed fourth and Netten grabbed fifth. Results: Bumblebees: 1.Garret Becker 2.Cole Mason 3.Tallon Mclaughlin 4.Dj Carlson Thumper Jr: 1.Isabel Lundin 2.Olivia Lundin 50cc 4-6: 1.James Clough 2.Ethan


Rennie 3.Kyler Knaack 50cc 7-8: 1.Tye Bradley 2.Joshua Kisch 3.Mccrae Hagarty 4.Ethan Mcmahon 5.Jayden Clough 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Vincent Harens 2.Mason Kasowicz 3.Kinsey Marsolek 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Ethan Rennie 2.Vincent Harens 3.Kinsey Marsolek 65cc 7-9: 1.Gage Steburg 2.Dillon Nelson 3.Maliq Mccaleb 4.Weston Milas 5.Gavin Tilford 65cc 10-11: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Tayler Grall 3.Izaih Clark 4.Gavin Janovsky 5.Dalton Hein 65cc 7-11: 1.Izaih Clark 2.Joshua Boaz 3.Tayler Grall 4.Gavin Janovsky 5.Dalton Hein 85cc 9-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Izaih Clark 3.Joshua Boaz 4.Tayler Grall 5.Gage Steburg 85cc 12-15: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Alan Spaeth 3.Devin Stang 4.Austin Griffin 5.Austin Nelson 85cc 9-12: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Austin Griffin 3.Izaih Clark 4.Aaron Boatman 5.Gavin Janovsky Supermini: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Alan Spaeth 3.Devin Stang 4.Austin Nelson 5.Joey Nielsen Schlby 12-16: 1.Blaze Best 2.Kyle Lawler 3.Austin Anderson 4.Tom Flintrop 5.Max Walburg Jr 14-16: 1.Henry Miller 2.Cole Hood 3.Travis Prier 4.Austin Anderson 5.Kade Rennich 14-24A: 1.Luke Peters 2.Brad Deprenger 3.Clayton Olson 4.Blake Netten 5.Bryce Bernloehr 14-24B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Mitchell Koester 3.Jerry Robin 4.Cole Hood 5.Trent Kubes 14-24C: 1.Chase Becker 2.David Fischer 3.William Dorow Iii 4.Mason Marty 5.Joseph Trom +25A: 1.Bill Medek 2.Tim Zebro

3.Mike Luoma 4.Mathew Luke Peters took the Open A class win. Dohrn 5.Brandon Hallich +25B: 1.Broc Graif 2.Samuel Brummund 3.Anthony Suarez 4.Edward Kruger 5.Travis Holst +25C: 1.Brian Mccarthy 2.Derek Houman +30A: 1.Tim Zebro 2.Bill Medek 3.Matthew Grall 4.Mike Luoma 5.Brent Mason +30B: 1.Josh Harens 2.Montana Edwards 3.Scott Lehnertz 4.Edward Kruger 5.Nathan Banaszewski +30C: 1.Brian Mccarthy 2.Adam Guberud 3.Dave Wessling +40A: 1.Kirk Lewis 2.Robert Rauner 3.Kurt Torbenson 4.Jeff Sandback +40B: 1.Phil Miklo 2.Dave Doster 3.Jeffrey Olson 4.Jeff Fischer 5.Michael Janovsky Girls Jr: 1.Kourtney Trautner 2.Paige +40C: 1.Scot Adams 2.Larry Steuck Carlson 3.Emma Rauner 3.Paul Johnson 4.Chris Buckley Girls Sr: 1.Kyra Boaz 2.Kourtney 5.Dave Wessling Trautner +45A: 1.Kirk Lewis 2.Boden SoderWomen: 1.Kayla Solheid 2.Cloe beck 3.Carl Hein 4.Kurt Torbenson Spaeth 3.Kyra Boaz 4.Trisha Hoover 5.Tim Bernloehr 5.Ann Rysavy +45B/C: 1.Phil Miklo 2.James Lich125cc 2-Str: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Blaze liter 3.Jeff Fischer 4.Jeffrey Olson Best 3.Tristan Titus 4.Kyle Lawler 5.Raymond Riedl 5.Max Walburg +50: 1.Kirk Lewis 2.Ron Heppner 250A: 1.Brad Deprenger 2.Luke Pe3.Russell Anthony 4.Jack Parenteau ters 3.Colton Hildreth 4.Tristan Titus 5.Jerry Dillon 5.Bill Medek +55: 1.Randy Saeger 2.Jerry Schulze 250B: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Trent Kubes 3.Jerry Bumgardner 4.Jack Par3.Tyler Lowe 4.Aaron Sparks 5.Jeff enteau 5.Lynn Meyer +60: 1.Lynn Meyer 2.Jerry Bumgardner

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Pleasure Riders Rider Appreciation Cayuga, Illinois - October 21/22 Story by Dave Henry Photos by Kathy Gepford

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he weekend of October 21st marked the final two rounds of the 2012 Championship series at Pleasure Riders. Not only were riders gearing up to battle it out for a track championship, several top riders from all over the state came looking for additional points towards a State championship. A day’s worth of rain on Friday, brought the typical wet conditions riders have become familiar with at Pleasure Riders this season on Saturday. Still, the sun was out and it was a beautiful day that created a nice technical track for the second motos. Speaking of great battles for championships, Chance Trigalet and Paxton Kerber were on hand again; ready to do battle for the weekend. In the 125 class, the two went at it, exchanging wins, with Kerber taking the overall going 2-1 to Trigalet’s 1-2. In 250C it was reversed with Trigalet going 2-1 over Kerber. Trigalet also swept the 14-24 class ahead of Austin Shelton in both motos. Kerber picked up another win as well, going 1-1 in the Open C class over Bryce Cox. In +30B/C, there were state points battles going on as well. Current District 17 points leader Zeno Molteni made his way down from northern IL to race it out with local favorites Robert Moody and Jason Gerling. Moody got out front early in the first moto and held off a late charge from Molteni for the win. Moto two was a different story as the track was drying out and taking shape. Molteni was able to find his groove and go on for the win and the overall ahead of Moody. Keith Turner went 3-3 on the day. In other age classes, there were state points battles happening in the +50 class too, as Don Large, Orville Kline and Roy Bittner were on hand. Large took the win on his Hall’s Husky, with Kline coming home second and Bittner third. In youth classes, 50Sr saw Caiden Gerling once again winning in convincing fashion. In 65Jr and 65Sr, the combined moto saw Dane Folsom make his Pleasure Riders debut and go on for a 1-1 sweep over Derrick Bell. The 65Jr class was handled by Braden Walters with a 1-1 ahead of Caiden Gerling. In 85Jr and 85Sr, the combined moto saw another classic battle for the overall with a three way tie between Noah Watts, Taiga Judd and Gage Noblett. Watts took the overall with a 3-1, Judd second with a 2-2 and Noblett third (120 CYCLE USA, December 2012

Torey Wallace (2-4). 65Sr. once again saw a dominating ride from Dane Folsom on his KTM with the 1-1 sweep ahead of Jacob McGee with a 3-2 and Derrick Bell (2-3). In 65Jr it was Caiden Gerling taking the overall with a 1-2 finish. Race three featured several age classes with James Hayes winning the +25 class over Kirt Monk. 14-24 went to Honda mounted Chance Trigalet with a 1-1 over Ryan Padgett on his Yamaha. The +45 class win went to Indiana’s Bryan Bowen after winning both motos as Andy Kooistra slid into second overall. When the 50’s to the line, it was the Caiden Gerling show again, with Caiden going 1-1 on the day, leading Clayton Anderson in both motos. 50Jr saw a sweep by Gavin Batson with Indiana riders Mason Byrnes and Teegan Fleming following in both motos. In 85Sr. Gage Noblitt brought home the win with a 2-1 over Noah Watts (13) and Taiga Judd (3-2). In Jr, it was once again, Jason Gepford with the 11 sweep over Derrick Bell with a 2-2. In race six we had 250B and 250C. This was by far the best racing of the day with local hotshot Dakota Blakeney ripping the track on his 1st North Enterprise Honda, taking the win with a 1-1 ahead of Austin Shelton. In 250C it was Chance Trigalet over Paxton Kerber. Both Blakeney and Trigalet were airing it out over the new uphill rhythm section by tripling in lap after lap. Finishing third in 250C was Bryce Cox (3-3). Race seven was Super mini and Mini 1 with Jeremy Bergbower making his way to town on his Honda 150 for some Illini Super Series points. Bergbower went 1-1 on the day over Gage Noblitt and Hunter Wilson. 65Sr rider Dane Folsom Mini 1 was all Jason Gepford with. The final race of the day was a good one. It Sunday turned out to be absolutely gorwas the 125 class and the Change Trigalet vergeous with sunny skies and near 70 degree sus Paxton Kerber showdown. First moto temps. With the moisture still in the ground went to Kerber after Trigalet could not work from the Friday rain, the track was in picture his way back after a subpar start. Second perfect condition. Pleasure Riders also unmoto, Trigalet was able to get the start he veiled a new uphill rhythm section on the needed and he checked on Kerber for the track that was a big hit. Seven consecutive moto win and the overall. jumps as you were heading up a hill that you That concluded the season at Pleasure Ridcould double through, or with enough drive ers. Nine motocross events spread out over through the sweeper before, triple in, then four weekends. One of very few tracks to double out. Either way, it was fun to ride and hold consistent Saturday scheduled races, and definitely fun to watch. they featured a great new season long ChamRace one saw a great set of motos in the pionship series that will crown all the award Open C class with Paxton Kerber once again winners on January 19th in Danville, IL. going on for a sweep. After Paxton, the racPleasure Riders will be back in 2013 with a ing was a little less predictable as we saw a similar schedule, and another track series. If three way tie for second. Robert Moody took you didn’t get a chance to make it to Pleasure it with a 4-2 ahead of Bryce Cox (3-3) and 3). In Jr. it was Decatur’s, Jason Gepford with the 1-1 sweep on the day over the Kawasaki of AJ Wrobel. When the day was over, the Pleasure Riders prepped the track for Sunday’s race, and moved on to prepare for the night of activities for the riders staying over. Thanks to the guys from ShopBigwheel.com and Gerling Construction, everyone was treated to live Monster Energy Cup racing from Las Vegas. Right before the opening ceremonies, Pleasure Riders offered up free bags of Halloween candy. In the morning, all the riders and families from the night before were treated to free biscuits and gravy.


Riders this season, make sure to add it to your schedule in 2013. Saturday Results: 50Sr: 1.Caiden Gerling 2.Clayton Anderson 125: 1.Paxton Kerber 2.Chance Trigalet 3.Kirt Monk 4.Trey Walters 14-24: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Austin Shelton 3.Lonnie Estes +25: 1.Kirt Monk 2.Zeno Molteni 3.Ryan Mcclain 4.Don Large Ii 250B: 1.Austin Shelton 250C: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Paxton Kerber 3.Samuel Sappington 4.Bryce Cox 5.Max Thurman +30B/C: 1.Zeno Molteni 2.Robert Moody 3.Keith Turner 4.Jason Gerling 5.Troy Camerer +45: 1.Michael Pulver Quad C: 1.Duncan Fincher +50: 1.Don Large Ii 2.Orville Kline 3.Roy Bittner 65Jr: 1.Braden Walters 2.Caiden Gerling 65Sr: 1.Dane Folson 2.Derrick Bell 3.Colby Beckwith 4.Mason Moody 85Jr: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Aj Wrobel 3.Derrick Bell 4.Ethan Blacketer 5.Landen Noggle 85Sr: 1.Noah Watts 2.Taiga Judd 3.Gage Noblitt 4.Jacob Bell Quad 90: 1.Jeffrey Ondrey Open B: 1.Austin Shelton Open C: 1.Paxton Kerber 2.Bryce Cox 3.Lonnie Estes Schlby: 1.Taiga Judd SuperMini: 1.Gage Noblitt Vintage: 1.Blake Shelton Sunday Results: 50Jr: 1.Gavin Batson 2.Mason Byrnes 3.Teegan Fleming 4.Zachary Roberts 5.Tristan Dalton 50Sr: 1.Caiden Gerling 2.Clayton Anderson 3.Gage Wilson 125: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Paxton Kerber 3.Trey Walters 4.Kyle Siefert 5.Kyle Burks

14-24: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Ryan Padgett 3.Austin 2.Gage Noblitt 3.Hunter Wilson 4.Noah Watts Shelton 4.Kyle Siefert 5.Brady Spickard +25: 1.James Hayes 2.Kirt Monk 3.Rocky Mason Vintage: 1.Samuel Sappington 2.Cole Burris 4.Steven Kerber 3.Ryan 250A: 1.Kirt Monk 250B: 1.Dakota Blakeney 2.Austin Shelton 3.Ryan Padgett 4.Kent Bagget 250C: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Paxton Kerber 3.Bryce Cox 4.Trey Walters 5.Samuel Sappington +30A: 1.Kirt Monk +30B/C: 1.Keith Turner 2.Robert Moody 3.Jason Gerling 4.Steve Bell 5.Ryan Mcclain +45: 1.Bryan Bowen 2.Andrew Kooistra 3.Jeff Franklin 4.Michael Pulver +50: 1.Bryan Bowen 2.Andrew Kooistra 50cc 4-8 Multi/Auto: 1.Gavin Batson 2.Teegan Fleming 3.Zachary Roberts 4.Tristan Dalton +55: 1.Gary Shewhart 65Jr: 1.Caiden Gerling 2.Braden Walters 65Sr: 1.Dane Folson 2.Jacob Mcgee 3.Derrick Bell 4.Colby Beckwith 5.Mason Moody 85Jr: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Derrick Bell 3.Landen Noggle 4.Jacob Mcgee 5.Aj Wrobel 85Sr: 1.Gage Noblitt 2.Noah Watts 3.Taiga Judd 4.Ren Dazey 5.Jacob Bell Mini 1: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Dane Folson 3.Jacob Bell Open A: 1.James Hayes Open B: 1.Dakota Blakeney 2.Austin Shelton Open C: 1.Paxton Kerber 2.Robert Moody 3.Bryce Cox 4.Torrey Wallace 5.Jason Gerling Schlby: 1.Taiga Judd SuperMini: 1.Jeremy Bergbower #73 Zeno Molteni and Chance Trigalet

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Aztalan closes D16 HS Season Lake Mills, WI - October 21 By Dave Hollub

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ztalan Cycle Club hosted the final Hare Scrambles race of the District 16 season, and once again Rollie Gleisner found a very challenging mix of terrain to test the racers. Most racers are surprised by what Gleisner can mark out on the very limited club property, leaving happy with the challenges. When the shotgun fired for the first wave, 85cc rider Sam Wolf led the way onto the course and never looked back. Wolf was able to turn in consistent lap times in the ten minute range to stay ahead of Brandon Donahue to the finish.

65cc was the next and Hunter Fischer jumped into the lead right away. Fischer maintained a great pace and was able to put a gap on second place rider Tyler Lueschow right away on lap one, and then stay out front to the finish. Lueschow kept turning in consistent laps in the thirteen minute range to hold onto second ahead of Loyal Prach and Mark Backus. Bailey Donahue got a great start in Women’s class as she grabbed the holeshot. Tammy Flemming took advantage of a minor bobble by Donahue in some mud to get out front as Kimberly Deschler edged out Amy Fischer for third. Sierra Dortch had a difficult time firing up her bike, but quickly made up

AA winner Mat Herrington.

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time in first lap to take over second, with Flemming in sight. Fischer got by Donahue on lap two and held on in third to the finish. On lap four Dortch was able to close to within three seconds of Flemming at the scoring station, and then she made her way into the lead midway through the lap. Dortch then proceeded to run her fastest lap of the day to take the win. Dortch, “The TTR125 I used was supposed to have an electric start but when I hit the button at the start it didn’t do anything so I had to kick it. I decided to just follow everyone on the first lap so I didn’t get lost. One of the girls ahead of me crashed and then I caught two more and got passed them. Once I got into second I just rode as

hard as I could and kept the leader (my mom) in sight. She was on a 150 so I could catch her in the woods but on open areas I couldn’t keep up. On the last lap she crashed and when I tried getting around she tried to block me but I still got around. Then I just rode as fast as I could and got away. It was so much fun on the TTR I am going to do some more next year on it. I would like to thank Sportland2, Eric Gorr, my parents, and Grandpa Ken for letting me use his bike.” Erik Mikelson jumped out front in 50cc class right away and stayed there to the finish. Brock Lueschow had a battle going with Will Halverson on the first few laps. Halverson got past Lueschow on lap two. Lueschow stayed within seconds


of Halverson until lap six when he lost valuable time as he took thirty seconds longer than Halverson to fuel up. Rex Valek had trouble on the first two laps with muddy sections but then showed a big improvement as he cut off more than a minute on the rest of his laps to finish fourth. The RGN (Regional Grand National Series) once again had a gate of their own to fulfill the Hare Scrambles leg of their title quest. Pete Laubmeier was first out of the start on an all wheel drive KTM with Paul Philbrick in second. Philbrick got by Laubmeier on lap three and stayed out front to complete eight laps while Kevin Kilkenny and Tim Herman finished six laps to claim third and fourth. Herman was able to get ahead of Kilkenny on lap three but lost the position again on lap four. In +50, Dennis Oakes was out front at the start but by the end of lap four Nick Moeller had slipped past. Moeller held on for the win while Oakes dropped finished his day in fourth. Mike Ca-

ballero came back from a last place start to finish second just in front of Kurt Seeman. Collin Buth has been on a charge in C class the last half of the season, and today was the same. Buth had a great jump at the start and was only edged out by Scott Ryan at the holeshot. By the time lap one was being scored Buth was back in fifth behind Ryan, Jonathan Geary, Jay Mittelstaedt, and Chris Quillman. Buth put his head down and charged hard on lap two which he completed in the lead ahead of Ryan, by just three seconds. Buth continued turning in fast laps and began opening up a small gap as he led the rest of the race. On lap six Mittelstaedt finally made his move past Ryan and then held off pressure to finish in second less, than five seconds ahead. Karl Lueschow came back from being mid-pack at the completion of lap one to finish fourth just ahead of Ion Stear. In +40 Rob McGee got around Robert Raduenz on lap

50cc class winner Eric Mikelson.

two to take the lead. Raduenz stayed right on McGee’s rear wheel and on lap four made another brief appearance out front. McGee regained the lead the next lap and stayed out front to the finish. Raduenz finished second with David Donahue third and William Ries fourth. When the shotgun fired for B class Pete Jazwiecki jumped out front ahead of Andrew Gore and Elijah Gorecki. By the end of lap three Gore had slipped past Jazwiecki to take over the lead while Gorecki slipped back to mid pack. Jake Angove finished lap one in eighth and by lap six he had worked his way into second with a 20 second gap both ahead and behind him to the next riders. Gore stopped for fuel on lap eight and a slow refill dropped him back to fifth. Gore was able to make his way into

third before the checkers flew six laps later. Once he was there Angove stayed out front and held off Jazwiecki to the finish. After the race Angove, “This was my first Hare Scramble and I guess it was what I pretty much expected it would be like. It was pretty long and my hands hurt. I came out to give it a try and also to keep in shape for my upcoming snowcross season. I think I was about last out of the start but I was able to pick quite a few guys off on the first couple of laps. I wasn’t sure when I passed Pete if he was the leader or no, but it ended up there was one more guy. He stalled his bike and I got by him and was able to pull away some. I had a good time and hopefully can do a couple more next year. Thanks to Fly Racing, Port Freemont Marine, C&A Pro Skis, and my

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parents for all the help and getting me here.” In the A class Mark Sheppard jumped out front and held off a hard charging Frank Caballero for the first five laps when Joe Barr came pushing his way past both of them, and into the lead. Barr had to come back from a bad start, and on lap six turned in the class’s fastest lap of the day to launch him into the lead. Barr held on out front to the finish crossing just three seconds ahead of Caballero. Joe Buechner finished fourth. Barr, “I was on a brand new KTM today and it worked way better than I could ever expect. I didn’t get the best start but I didn’t make any of the mistakes I’m known for. I fell twice the first lap at the last race and killed any chance of doing well there. Today I just stuck to it and ran a couple smooth consistent laps in the beginning to get settled in before I started pushing hard. Coming down towards the end it was me and one of the Caballero boys, I think it was Frank. I kind of minded the gap and came out on top. I have got to say I really think it was that bike that gave me the edge, it is so much better than my old one, and worked just perfect. Thank you to my spon-

Robert Kau finished third in AA.

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sors 414 Motorsports.com, Jay’s Cycle Center, and performance Cycle and Dyno.” In AA, Pete Laubmeier was first into the course when the gun fired, but before the end of the lap Mat Herrington was out front with a fifteen second lead on Robert Kau. Laubmeier settled into third with Eric Mischler and Daniel Mischler close behind. Laubmeier slipped past Kau on lap two and then Eric Mischler moved past Kau on lap three. Kau and Eric Mischler battled back and forth for position the next five laps. By the time lap eight was scored Kau had managed to move up from fourth into second but lost the position to Eric Mischler on lap twelve, with just enough time for two more laps. In the end it was Herrington winning pretty much unchallenged and Eric Mischler second with Kau third. Herrington, “Speedy beat me into the first turn at the start, it is hard to beat that 300 to the first turn when Pete is on it. He made a mistake when he missed a turn so I got out front. After that I just kind of watched where he was. I pushed pretty hard at the beginning. Once I had a gap behind me I just saved the bike and finished the two hours. This course, for how little land there is, is probably one of the most technical because it is all pretty Rick Kaczmarowski won Vintage. tight. It is great for closed out on a beautiful day with great racing the spectators because they action in all classes. The Aztalan Hare Scramcan see a lot of it. The bles for 2013 is going to be on May 5, 2013 so course flowed really well, be sure to mark your calendars. the ruts got deep, and when we hit parts of the Results moto track the hard-pack Vintage: 1.Rick Kaczmarowski 2.Mike Mullarky RGN: 1.Paul Philbrick 2.Pete Laubmeier 3.Kevin got icy slick. I have to say Kilkenny 4.Tim Herman 5.Adam Kerber thank you to my sponsors Women: 1.Sierra Dortch 2.Tammy Flemming 3.Amy Jay’s Power Center, SPM Fischer 4.Bailey Donahue 5.Kimberly Deschler 65cc: 1.Hunter Fischer 2.Tyler Lueschow 3.Loyal Pest Management, Moose Prach 4.Mark Backus 5.Autumn Bostrom Racing, Raintree Window 85cc: 1.Sam Wolf 2.Brandon Donahue Cleaning, FMF, EVS, and 50cc: 1.Erik Mikelson 2.Will Halverson 3.Brock Lueschow 4.Rex Valek 100% Goggles for all the +50: 1.Nick Moeller 2.Mark Caballero 3.Kurt Seehelp and support they give man 4.Dennis Oakes 5.Steve Wasser me.” C: 1.Collin Buth 2.Jay Mittelstaedt 3.Scott Ryan 4.Karl Lueschow 5.Ion Stear Once again the Azta+40: 1.Rob McGee 2.Robert Raduenz 3.David Donlan Hare Scrambles turned ahue 4.William Ries 5.Bill Hernke out to be a great success as B: 1.Jake Angove 2.Pete Jazwiecki 3.Andrew Gore 4.Rory Agnew 5.Lucas Agnew the riders were surprised A: 1.Joe Barr 2.Frank Caballero 3.Mark Sheppard by the hidden terrain 4.John Buechner 5.Joe Chwala which Gleisner opened up AA: 1.Mat Herrington 2.Eric Mischler 3.Robert Kau for them. The District 16 4.Pete Laubmeier 5.Daniel Mischler Hare Scrambles season


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Red Wing Wraps Hillclimb Season Red Wing, MN - Sept. 15 & 16 By Mike Nelson

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he Indianhead Motorcycle Club of Red Wing, Minnesota hosted a double header weekend of Hillclimbing to wrap up the 2012 season for D23 and D16. With most of the riders holding membership cards for both districts, this two-day dual points climb could make or break a rider’s hopes for a season championship. The late summer drought that covered most of the area had left the hill extremely dry, and with nearly 250 entries signed up each day, these riders would have to fight a very loose and dusty hill all weekend. The condition of the hill really played the part of the equalizer as riders struggled to find a set-up that would provide some grip and control. Both the 600cc and the 4-stroke classes saw a completely different group take the top three spots each day, and nearly every class had multiple riders settling for distance either one or both days. Times also varied widely with competitive times running from the low elevens to the low ten second range on Saturday, and picking up a little on Sunday with mid to low nines covering many top spots. Bodee O’Neil from Bay City, Wisconsin was one of just two riders to make it over the top when he took his first run in the Micro-Mini class Saturday morning breaking the top lights in a little under 18 seconds. The only other rider in the class to clear the top was Cody Paider, who made his full run in just over 19 seconds to take second place for the first day. After the first round there just wasn’t any grip left in the hill for these little bikes for the rest of the weekend and O’Neil scored his double Sunday morning nearly making it to the fourth jump before losing traction for a distance of 198 feet on this 370 foot hill. Things were just as tough for the 65cc riders with only a three riders getting over the top each day from the field of seven26

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teen. Braiden Henry and Casey Paider traded first and second place each day with Henry getting the win Saturday in a little over 17 seconds. Davis Sunken and Colton Landwer both also found enough grip to get over the top for third place on Saturday and Sunday respectively. Paider also scored a win in the Mini Jr. class Saturday, needing a near perfect run in the second round to beat Colton Landwer. Landwer had put up a fast run of 16.343 seconds to take the first round lead by nearly a full second over Braiden Henry, his closest competition, and more than a second over Paider’s first round time. When they took to the hill for their second runs both Landwer and Henry fell short of their first round times, but Paider, the newly crowned national champion in the class, hit a smooth line and was able to keep straight and in the throttle flying over the top in 16.118 seconds for the win. The rest of the field didn’t fare much better on this difficult hill with only a handful of riders finding their way near the top of their class both days. Bradley Marking was one of the riders that beat the odds and doubled up wins in the 200cc class. Marking’s first run Saturday was a less than spectacular 15.388 second run, getting a little crossed up over the fourth jump, but after that he was able to keep things straight for consistent runs in the low twelves and high elevens to get his two wins, knocking off Jessica Prebe and Reed Lexvold Saturday and taking the early lead Sunday to hold off Andy Eichinger and Alex Gerdes. Jessica Prebe also put together several good runs over the weekend backing up her new title as national champion in the Women’s class, taking both wins by more than a second each day. A day’s worth of experience and some changes in set-ups really helped out the riders in the 600cc class. That was about the limit of the power that this loose hill was going to hang on to for any kind of a fast run, and sev-

eral of these guys really got it hooked up. By the time these guys got on the hill for their first runs, there had already been a few really nice runs that had broken into the nine second range.

Jared Gitter was first to break into the eight second bracket, leading the pack with a time of 8.946 seconds. Setting up some of the tightest competition possible, Logan Cipala nailed his run

Bradley Marking stays smooth through the middle of the hill on the way to his 200cc win.

Jessica Prebe on her second place 125cc run.


posting a time of 8.988 seconds, and then Steve Cain took things to the limit of the timing technology with a sweet run that stopped the clock at 8.947 seconds, just one one-thousandth of a second off Gitter’s time. Before the class finished their first runs, Zach DeGross also got hooked up for a smooth run of 8.951 seconds to put four riders within five one-hundredths of a second for the lead. The hill would take back what it had given these guys when they took their second runs and none would post times on par with their first runs, but Marcus Winch still had something left for his final run of the weekend in the class, and screamed over the top taking the class win and fast time of the weekend stopping the clock at 8.558 seconds. Although the dry conditions left a film of dust on everything, it also made for some wild action on the hill, and a great weekend of hillclimbing. Thanks to the Indianhead Club for all their hard work putting on this fantastic two-day event and for keeping things moving and wrap things

up with daylight to spare both days. Results, Saturday: ATV: 1.Zach Diercks 2.Will Shaw 3.Austin Welch 4.Joel Diercks 5.Dion Welch ATV 350: 1.Zach Diercks 2.Tod Hintz 3.Austin Welch ATV 4-Str: 1.Will Shaw 2.Tony Lexvold 3.Emily Dosdall 4.Dion Welch Micro: 1.Bodee O’Neil 2.Cody Paider 3.Kyren Sunken 4.Mason Sullivan 5.Jacob Berg 65cc: 1.Braiden Henry 2.Casey Paider 3.Davis Sunken 4.Jacob Berg 5.Bodee O’Neil Mini Jr: 1.Casey Paider 2.Colton Landwer 3.Braiden Henry 4.Olivia Bach 5.Emily Schultz Mini Sr: 1.Nathan Prebe 2.Jason Laven 3.Taylor O’Neil 4.Morgan Wheelwright 5.Dayne Bode 125cc: 1.Taylor O’Neil 2.Nathan Prebe 3.Casey Wood 4.Andy Eichinger 5.Luke Cipala 200cc: 1.Bradley Marking 2.Jessica Prebe 3.Reed Lexvold 4.Taylor O’Neil 5.Jeff Jack 250cc: 1.Marcus Winch 2.Carson Curtis 3.Zach DeGross 4.Nathan Prebe 5.Charlie Cain 450cc: 1.Logan Cipala 2.Marcus Winch 3.Aaron Prebe 4.Luke Parmeter 5.Jared Gitter 600cc: 1.Austin Welch 2.Logan Cipala 3.Tyler Johnson 4.Zach DeGross 5.Mike Wood 750cc: 1.Luke Parmeter 2.Kaleb Northrup 3.Jason Northrup 4.Corey Danberry 5.Charlie Cain Open: 1.Logan Cipala 2.Jared Gitter

3.Steve Cain 4.Austin Welch 5.Wade Schultz 4-Stroke: 1.Zach DeGross 2.Luke Parmeter 3.Jared Gitter 4.Junior Jackson 5.Bradley Marking Senior: 1.Junior Jackson 2.Eric Wheelwright 3.Mike Wood 4.Jason Brookshaw 5.Wade Schultz Sup Sr: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Mike Bronk 3.Walter Krech 4.Tim Cain 5.Dan McMurlyn Women: 1.Jessica Prebe 2.Gabrielle Prebe 3.Jaclyn Gerdes 4.Morgan Wheelwright 5.Emily Dosdall 400 Stk: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Chuck Freier Open Stk: 1.Zach DeGross 2.Jeff Jack 3.Lemar Hines 4.Josh Brookshaw 5.Doug Olander KOTH: 1.Marcus Winch 2.Logan Cipala 3.Steve Cain 4.Jared Gitter 5.Junior Jackson

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125cc: 1.Andy Eichinger 2.Jessica Prebe 3.Taylor O’Neil 4.Luke Cipala 5.Nathan Prebe 200cc: 1.Bradley Marking 2.Andy Eichinger 3.Alex Gerdes 4.Reed Lexvold 5.Gabrielle Prebe 250cc: 1.Logan Cipala 2.Marcus Winch 3.Zach DeGross 4.Luke Parmeter 5.Steve Cain 450cc: 1.Jared Gitter 2.Logan Cipala 3.Marcus Winch 4.Joel Falde 5.Aaron Prebe 600cc: 1.Marcus Winch 2.Jared Gitter 3.Steve Cain 4.Zach DeGross 5.Logan Cipala 750cc: 1.Luke Parmeter 2.Kaleb Northrup 3.Charlie Cain 4.Chad Meyer Open: 1.Zach DeGross 2.Steve Cain 3.Joel Falde 4.Jared Gitter 5.Logan Cipala 4-Stroke: 1.Aaron Prebe 2.Marcus Winch 3.Junior Jackson 4.Luke Parmeter 5.Jared Gitter Senior: 1.Junior Jackson 2.Eric Wheelwright 3.Kurt Funk 4.Mike Wood 5.Jason Brookshaw Super Sr: 1.Tim Cain 2.Mike Bronk 3.Jeff Jack 4.Dan McMurlyn 5.King Marking Women: 1.Jessica Prebe 2.Casey Wood 3.Nichole Bach 4.Gabrielle Prebe 5.Jaclyn Gerdes 400 Stk: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Michael Graber 3.Nolan Marking 4.Chuck Freier Open Stk: 1.Zach DeGross 2.Josh Brookshaw 3.Jeff Jack 4.Lemar Hines 5.Pete Voss KOTH: 1.Logan Cipala 2.Luke Parmeter 3.Joel Falde 4.Junior Jackson 5.Austin Welch CYCLE USA, December 2012

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2012 D23 Sanction/ Annual Meeting

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he Annual meeting was held on November 10th at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Bloomington, MN. Turn out for the meeting was down from last year as it was the opening weekend of deer hunting season. The meeting started with a visit from AMA staff member Dave Hembroff. Dave has attended our meeting in past, and was a welcome presence again this year. Dave recapped some of the major points from this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s AMA congress. One of the biggest points will be the introduction of a one day membership in the AMA and a yet to be announce family membership. The family membership will most likely be introduced later in the season as there are some major points to be worked out prior to implementation. He presented AMA Historic Club awards to four MN motorcycle clubs. This award goes to clubs that have been a part of the AMA for 50 years. Congratulations to Indian Head MC, Norsemen Motorcycle Club, Flying Dutchmen Motorcycle Club, and Midwest Motorcycle Riders of MN. Also announced and explained is the AMA Affiliate Member program. This program allows the district, clubs and promoters to team up with the AMA and get a portion back from each membership sold. This a nice

program for getting our racers signed up. All promoting clubs and promoters remember that you are required to complete the risk management work shop prior to holding any events. The referee training program is up and online. D23 will be requiring all of our event referees to complete the levels C and B prior to their events. Lastly Dave complemented our district by stating that our relationship with local and state government agencies is superb, along with our sound testing program are a model for the nation. Treasurer and Membership Report: Total membership this year was 3466 which is an increase of 1.8%. The numbers are as follows, full membership 2376, Trail Ride 442, one day 626, Associate 20, and road 2. Income was down a bit from last year, but still exceeded our predicted income. The decrease in income is most likely due to the increase in sales of one day memberships. Expenses to date are right on budget so if we can keep our year-end awards in budget we will be will be going into 2013 with the funds needed for new season start up. We will be targeting the road membership this year. This is a very large market that can help with our legislative numbers and lobbying costs.

Dave presenting the same award to Kaleb Northrup of Indianhead MC

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AMA staff Dave Hembroff presenting Rex Greenwald of the Norsemen MC the Historic club award.

Congress Report: Al Mathwig with the off-road committee had very little to report as it was a fairly quiet year on that front. The AMA is also going to implement a new national advancement system for Hare Scrambles. It will be similar to Enduro advancements that are currently in place. Motocross committee, Dale Broughton this was also fairly tame, the CRF 150 will still not be legal in the mini class. All riders can now use starting blocks as long as they are removed after the racer leaves the line. Track Racing and ATV, Mike Quinn, were combined into one committee this year. There was nothing new on the ATV rules. A resolution was passed to have the AMA set up definitions and rules governing side by side competition. We went over many proposals for hillclimb, some of which passed. Election of Board members was the next item on the agenda. All of our spots were filled, many of them will not see a change. There are going to be some new faces which is always a good thing. Vice Chair will now be Leslie Vanderwerf, as Tawnia Stukel is moving to the webmaster position. Yours truly will be at the helm for another year. This will be my thirteenth

year as chair and it has been great run. We will be welcoming Owen Riess to the board as Banquet Chair, taking over for Mark Becker who has done the banquet slot for the last four years. Many thanks to Mark for putting together all those awards banquets - a very daunting task. I would also like to welcome the following new members, Greg Aspros, Jim Meyer, Cory Otte, Bailey Boehlke, Greta Martin, Kelly Caswell, and Jonathon Banks. Rule Change Proposals 1.In Youth ATV the 70cc mod class will be replaced with a 125cc stock 4 stroke class ages 8-15. 2.Off-Road. The girls 9-15 class will be 52 to 112cc 2 stroke/ 52 to 150 4 stroke, the rider must be at least 12 years old to ride 86cc and larger displacement. 3.Any district board member that has attended at least six monthly board meetings will be eligible for a year-end award in off-road competition in lieu of working an event. 4.Hare Scrambles racers will be assigned numbers and required to use them when competing in D23 events. Numbers 1-10 will be will be reserved for the top 10 overall finishers from


2012 King Of The Hill Season By Bud Northrup

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aleb Northrup has released the final standings in his King of the Hill series. The series finals reflect the results of all the single King of the Hill contests at each Hillclimb club in the select regions. Each club runs only one class per year, a one ride, winner take all shootout for the ten fastest riders of the day, regardless of the class. Northrup provides a plaque to each club for their individual events, then a year-end plaque and $100 cash prize for the overall champion in each region, presented at a year-end district awards banquet. Most of the clubs also add a monetary prize at their individual events. Young Logan Cipala was the overall champion in Minnesota/ Wisconsin, with two wins and a third to his credit. Luke Parmeter was second with one win, a second, fifth and seventh.

Marcus Winch was third with one win, a fourth and a ninth, Jay Sallstrom was fourth with a win and a ninth, and Eric Wheelwright was fifth with one win. Joe McGure was the King in Illinois/ Indiana with three

Joe McGure was ... the only rider in any district to claim three event wins. wins, a second and a third. He was the only rider in any district to claim three event wins. Kirk Gorsuch was second with a win, a third, a fifth and a ninth. Wade Schultz claimed the last win for third place. Final Results: Minnesota/ Wisconsin: 1.Logan Cipala 2.Luke Parmeter 3.Marcus Winch 4.Jay Sallstrom 5. Eric Wheelwright Illinois/ Indiana: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Kirk Gorsuch 3.Wade Schultz 4.Dylan Brady 5.Jake Tackitt

Joe McGurer won the Illinois/ Indiana series with three wins on the season.

D23 Meeting continued.... class 12-15 80 to 125 2 stroke or 80-150 four stroke. Add Quad Open B Amateur 91cc to open, ages 16 and up, year end awards only, no jacket. Add for Quad flat track, To ride the Pro AM class a racer must have a pro card or be an A racer for a minimum of 2 years. Add for quads the 10% of B classes advance A class for the remainder of their racing career. From our government relations officers, make sure that all of you send a nice e-mail or letter to your representatives introducing yourselves and our sport to them with emphasis on the family aspect. Also bear in mind that the EPA on the national level is looking to put into place much stricter carbon emissions criteria. This could really have an adverse effect on our sport make sure you contact your federal reps and senators on this issue. Thanks to all those that were able to attend the meeting. The above paragraphs are all of the changes that were passed by the membership at the meeting. Mike Quinn Chair D23.

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Sunset Ridge MX Finale Walnut, Illinois - October 21 By Josh Rud, more photos at ShiftOnePhotography.com

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he twenty first of October was the last District 17 race at Sunset Ridge MX this year. Everything about the day was perfect, the weather was bad during the week, but the sun came out for the races. This helped things out greatly with the track conditions being great all day without any downtime. The turn-out was large as usual, and everything ran right along as always, you simply couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have asked for a better day of motocross. With lots of large classes today, all the races were as exciting as ever. One of the great races came when +45 lined up with twelve riders. Off the gates Daryl Willing took the holeshot only to get passed going up the hill by Greg Hazdra and David Brill. Coming back down the hill Willing got around Brill to take over second. Over the line to start the second lap Hazdra was still holding the lead with Rick Grebner charging up to second followed by Willing. Grebner was still making things happen, taking over the lead from Hazdra shortly after. The riders held their position through the rest of the track, then on the third lap Grebner got out of shape in the whoops section moving Hazdra back into the lead. Grebner recovered in time to hold onto second, and they held on to these positions for the checkered flag. In the second moto they finished in the exact same order making the overall Hazdra, Grebner, and Willing. Later in the day Supermini was on the line revving for action. Off the line Dylan Boyd took the holeshot only to have Jimmy Epifanio get around him in the second turn as Jake Fell settled into third place. Charging down the hill Jarred Berggren found a line around Fell to take over third, and the pack stayed the same for the next two laps. Coming over the line for the third lap Berggren had made his way around Boyd,

moving up to second with Epifanio starting to check out on the pack. The rest of the race stayed unchanged giving Epifanio the win. In the second moto Boyd took the win giving him the overall, Epifanio finished third for second overall and Berggren was second for a third overall. 250C was a great race today with plenty of action out on the track. Twenty seven riders were lined up ready for the gates to fall, off the line Kelby Getz took the holeshot followed by Michael Prince and Wade Schnowske. Coming over the first table top Prince went down. Max Paladino came around to move into second with Robert Wehn right behind him. Wehn was on a mission - riding smooth and calm, moving up to second on the next lap, then taking over the lead on the third lap. This left Getz and Paladino chasing him down but no one was able to make any moves leaving Wehn out from for the win. In the second moto Wehn took the win again giving him the overall for the day, with Getz second overall and Paladino third overall with a fourth place finish in the moto. Up next it was 80 Open blasting down the hill with Kaile Williams taking the holeshot followed closely by Patrick Murphy

Gunner Schmidgall finished second overall in 65Sr.

and Jonah Geistler. Having a bad start, Jimmy Weber was charging through the pack and by the end of the first lap he was all the way out front. Geistler got around Murphy to take third. With the white flag waving Weber was starting to pull away, meanwhile Eddie Norred Jr had found a line around Geistler to take third. In the second moto they finished in the same order, giving Weber the overall followed by Williams and Norred. 250B was up next to battle it out, dropping the gates on eighteen riders. Off the line Chris Antolak took the holeshot with Nicholas Hancher passing him right in the next turn, and Jacob Grafelman moving into third. Coming into the hairpin Grafelman turns on the juice and goes around Antolak and Hancher to take over the lead. Somewhere in the back of the track things fell apart for Hancher, as he dropped back to seventh as Nate Mcleese moved into second with Antolak right behind him. They held this order the rest of the race giving Grafelman the win. In the second moto Grafelman didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t finish. Mcleese took the win for the overall, Antolak was second overall and David Wilson ended up third following a fourth place finish in moto one. 250A came off the line bar to bar with Ty Tyrell taking the holeshot. Right behind him was Brady Neys and Travis Ruchti. Coming over the line for the second lap a little juggling was going on up front with Neys taking over the lead, and Joe Smutny moving into third. Coming down the hill on lap three Tyrell took back the lead, then keeping a smooth line around the entire track. On the white flag Ruchti was able to get on the inside of Smutny through the whoops to grab third back. Tyrell took the win with Neys and Ruchti holding their positions. In the second moto they finished in the same order giving Tyrell the overall. It was a great day at Sunset Ridge MX, with everyone putting in their all for the last chance at points for the season. The outdoor season seems to fly by so fast, and we are looking forward to another great one next season. Make sure to make a stop by Sunset Ridge next season, it is great track to visit!


Damon Tatar in the 250B class.


Sunset Ridge Race Results: 50cc (4-8): 1.Lucas Geistler 2.Evan Entas 3.Ryder Lindahl 4.Clayton Fusinetti 50Jr: 1.Johnny Weber 2.Colson Crouch 3.Jackson Colgan 4.Evan Entas 5.Jackson Oehlhof 50Sr: 1.Ewan Krisch 2.Hunter Billingsley 3.Elijah Berryman 4.Justin Oehlhof 5.Ryder Schnowske 65Jr: 1.Brennan Wages 2.Ewan Krisch 3.Brandon Martyniak 4.Ryder Schnowske 5.Nathan Gowe 65Sr: 1.Conner Burger 2.Gunner Schmidgall 3.Scotty Scamen 85Jr: 1.Eddie Norred 2.Jimmy Weber 3.Patrick Murphy 4.Tyler Evensen 5.Kaile Williams 85Sr: 1. Zack Tatar 2.Jimmy Epifanio 3.Dylan Boyd 4.Rj Mackenzie 5.Jake Fell SuperMini: 1.Dylan Boyd 2.Jimmy Epifanio 3.Jarred Berggren 4.Karson Kokotan 5.Jeremy Rybak Schlby: 1.Parker Smith 2.Tyler Scott 3.Jarred Berggren 4.Wade Schnowske 5.Peyton Robbings 125cc: 1.Parker Smith 2.Cameron Rybak 3.Jarred Berggren Open A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Reese Miller 3.Brady Neys 4.Joshua Philbrick 5.Mason Eck Open B: 1.Nicholas Inman 2.Christopher Antolak 3.Ricki Williams 4.Zac Zefo 5.Nate Mcleese 250A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Brady Neys 3.Travis Ruchti 4.Joseph Smutny 250B: 1.Nate Mcleese 2.Christopher Antolak 3.David Wilson 4.Parker Smith 5.Jacob Wever 250C: 1.Robert Wehn 2.Kelby Getz 3.Max Paladino 4.Travis Johnson 5.Drake Taflinger 14-24: 1.Joshua Philbrick 2.Zack Scott 3.Nicholas Inman 4.Arick Abraham 5.Damon Tatar +25: 1.Joe Buskirk 2.Joseph Smutny 3.Jordan Struebig 4.Jeff Cohen +30A: 1.Joe Buskirk 2.Burton Lavens 3.Tim White 4.Jerry Samuelson +40: 1.Burton Lavens 2.Jerry Samuelson 3.Daryl Willing 4.Rick Grebner 5.Troy Quest +45: 1.Greg Hazdra 2.Rick Grebner 3.Daryl Willing 4.David Brill 5.Aj

Nicholas Inman took the Open B class win. Harry +50: 1.Greg Hazdra 2.Don Large 3.Steve Kluga 4.Orville Kline 5.David Seitz Women: 1.Amanda Grether 2.Shaelee Harvey 3.Skye Moore 4.Taylor Sapienza Quad A: 1.Tanner Gipple 2.Dillan Boeke 3.Justin Medine 4.Jeremy Raupp 5.Matt Weaver Quad B: 1.Joey Meyer 2.Mark Dekker 3.Luke Meyer 4.Keaton Sterk 5.Bart Reed Quad C: 1.Duncan Fincher 2.Keegan Waggoner 3.Ryan Mangold 4.Aaron Huffman 5.Austin Hall Quad 90: 1.Cyler Jackson 2.Jacob Lincoln 3.Jeffrey Ondrey 4.Roger Lyall

Nate Mclesse went 2-1 for the 250B overall.

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Quad 300: 1.Drake Koelling 2.Austin Warren 3.Brody Lyall Vintage: 1.Tristan Smith 2.Keith Zersen 3.Larry Rybak 4.Craig Curtis 80 Open 9-14: 1.Jimmy Weber 2.Kaile Williams 3.Eddie Norred Jr 4.Tyler Evensen 5.Jonah Geistler +55: 1.Dave Antolak 2.John Wagner

3.Henry Whitmarsh +30B/C: 1.Michael Gowe 2.Eran Salzmann 3.Keith Zersen 4.Todd Marquette 5.James Sipp Open C: 1.Eran Salzmann 2.Benjamin Schmidt 3.Koty Groutage 4.Kelby Getz 5.Drake Taflinger Russell


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Special Thanks for our Team Riders for a great 2012! HARE SCRAMBLES AA 3rd Jeffrey Kaylor 4tth Kyleer Vance 5th Daniel Janus 10th Matthew Westlake 98-Open A 2nd Alec Perry 3rd Timothy Reid 5th Scott Sexton 6th Steve Daniels 7th Ryan Duff 8th Dave Edsall 9th Steve Stuenkel 10th Derek Toberman 11th Joshua Fehring 15th Colton Edsall 22nd Keagan Schmidt 23rd Craig Workman 24th Shane Harmon 30+ A 3rd Jesse Keith 8th Shane Harmon 11th Peter Houser 40+ A 1st Randy Southard 2nd Jay Hall 5th Thomas Burtle 6th Raymond Devlin 7th Tim Hemstreet 9th Jeff Snedecor 20th Neal Haarman 24th Darren Morgan 201-Open B 3rd Logan Kelly 14th Mike Norris 98-200 B 2nd Jarred Hall 6th Brennon Kershaw 12th Logan Kelly 30+ B 1st Jerimy Hanlin 4th Kyle Stinebaker 10th Jarrod Marfell 15th Jerad Dobbs 18th Tyson Roth 20th John McCarrens

40+ B 4th Andy Garecht 12th Doug Ogden 30+ C 16th Shawn Alleman 98-200 C 22nd Rocky Upton 25th Patrick Dillon 50+ 5th DJ Ryan Sr 9th Robert Marfell 15th Si Keith 85cc 8th Michael Burtle Super Mini 2nd Dalton Garecht Woman 7th Paige Garecht

GRAND PRIX 122-250cc 3rd Daniel Janus 4th Jarred Hall 13th Logan Kelly 122-Open 7th Jeffrey Kaylor 10th Jesse Keith 11th Jarred Hall 30+ 4th Daniel Janus 6th Jeffrey Kaylor 9th Jesse Keith 11th Jay Hall 16th John McCarrens 45+ 2nd Jay Hall 7th Craig Hayes 16th Si Keith Vintage 1st Craig Hayes

MOTOCROSS 125cc 1st Paxton Kerber 6th Brennon Kershaw 250B 9th Brennon Kershaw 250C 1st Paxton Kerber Open C 1st Paxton Kerber Schoolboy 4th Paxton Kerber 30+ A 21st Randy Southard 45+ 1st Don Large 50+ 1st Don Large 18th Mark Rubenstein 85JR 1st Jason Gepford

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250A 6th Colton Edsall Senior A 2nd Darren Morgan 4th Tim Hemstreet 6th Jeff Snedecor 10th Raymond Devlin 13th James Mcdade Vet B 1st Jerad Dobbs Senior B 1st Neal Haarman 10th Jeff Koniak Super Sr 5th DJ Ryan 7th Jay Hall 10th Terry Gerken C 4th Jarred Hall 14th Broc Marfell

Congratulations Paxton Kerber for your three class championships, and Don Large for your fantastic two class championship season

AA 8th John Ryan 10th Jeff Kaylor Open A 1st Dave Edsall 6th Tim Reid 7th Colton Edsall 9th Chris Welch Vet A 6th Derek Toberman 8th Jesse Keith 9th Steve Stuenkel

NATIONAL ENDURO 86-200 C 3rd Jarred Hall

Black Jack Enduro AA 2nd Lars Valin A 6th Jeremiah Feldmann

OMA Series A Open 6th Kyleer Vance A Lite 1st Daniel Janus


Big Woods... Big Turnout Wabeno, Wisconsin - Sept. 29 By Gordon Lunde

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he 13th Annual Big Woods 200 was a success in many ways. A record of some 190 riders turned out for the ride this year to enjoy near record setting temperatures. The crowd was big, the fall colors were fantastic and the weather was beautiful! May I add the ride route was also one of the best ever! The Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders headquarter the ride at the Wabeno, WI Fairgrounds. A few riders start assembling on the Thursday before for prime camping locations. The rest of the field trickles in through the day and evening on Friday. Early Saturday morning the activity really picks up as riders staying in motels, other campgrounds and buddies houses move in for registration, sound check and riders’ meeting. The route of 140 miles winding through Forest County, Nicolet National Forest and private properties, provided challenges for all skill levels. The route runs from paved county roads to gravel roads, to single track weaving handlebars between the trees. The hero sections are another story themselves. For the experienced riders, the hero sections provide a great workout for man and machine. The trails get a bit narrower, rockier and steeper. Not mandatory for anyone, they are sidelines during the regular route that those with interest may go through for the challenge. Great fun if you have the talent and right machine for the job. Without those, don’t bother, or you’ll find yourself being hauled out by other friendly riders. About halfway through the ride lunch is provided at the Silver Cliff American Legion

Proceeds from this year’s event went to Park. This is the annual Chili Cookoff day the local food pantry and the Lions Club. and the riders get to sample chili of every conThe ride stories go on at the huge campceivable recipe. Plus a great desert! If you fire and local watering holes well into the wee can find room to take some treats from the hours of Sunday morning. bake sale on the bike, you wouldn’t be sorry. On Sunday the promoters provide anAll are homemade goodies by the Legion other route of roughly 100 miles for those enAuxillary ladies. thused enough to do a two day ride, and After the excitement of the day, the ride survived Saturday night’s party. It’s a more finished and tales of the trail start to weave relaxed ride, fewer hero sections and can be through the crowd, it’s time for dinner. And completed by early afternoon. what a dinner it is. Steaks, baked potatos, salThose that choose not to ride head for ads and desert with a bar open for refreshhome or hang out in the area to take in a Sunments of all kinds, all served by the local day football game on TV before hitting the Lions Club. road. After the dinner, it’s raffle time. MotorIt’s a fantastic time in a great little town cycle items of all kinds donated by supportwith superb riding areas and a club that gives ers of the ride are grouped up on tables. You its all to provide a wonderful event. See you drop your tickets in the bucket behind the pile all next spring, early June, for the partner ride of goodies you want and wait for your ticket to this, The Ride for Research. Information is number to be called. Not everyone can be a available for both at the club’s web site: winner, but a lot of happy people left with www.widualsportriders.org. some nice gear and big smiles. Awards are handed out for many things. Vintage Rider goes to the oldest rider, Vintage Bike to the rider on the oldest bike which this year went to 79 year old Pete on his ’72 Triumph! The rider getting in the most trouble or deepest puddle gets the Muddy Buddy Award. One young lady got an award for breaking her handle bars, and putting them back together with sticks and tie-wraps, ▲ Evening activities include a great dinner, stories of the day, and hours and finishing the ride! of good times with fellow riders.

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Sugar Maple ends season right Hill Point, Wisconsin - October 7 By Dave Hollub

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emperatures dropping and shorter days signifies that the moto season is coming to a close, but for this weekend the open ride and racing at Sugar Maple MX heated up a perfect fall day. About 90 riders showed up Saturday to dial in lines. On Sunday over 260 entries came ready to race, with some looking for that one last chance to grab points to seal a District 16 award. By the time everyone finished their practice the track had set in multiple lines in the corners and was started to build some great braking bumps that would test everyone all day. When Sportsman came over the triple on lap one it was a three way battle for the lead as Josh Ramsay, Jake Denison, and Taylor Strauss were bar to bar. Ramsay had the inside line and as they hit the Daytona corner that was what he needed to get out front. Midway through the moto Eric Leach and Mason Persha had gotten by Denison as he stalled out in a corner. Persha was able to take over third on the white flag lap. Strauss made a move on Ramsay in the rollers on lap three but his hold on the lead was short. Strauss slid out in the scoring corner and once again the race was Ramsayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. In moto two Strauss got the lead at the start and was able to settle into his own pace once he opened a small gap by the end of lap one. Ramsay was running second ahead of Denison. Persha challenged Denison for third and by the time they were scored on lap one he was sitting in third. Persha began chasing down Ramsay and on the final lap got by to clinch second for the moto. Ethan Bedard came around the Daytona

Colton Bentz won overalls in both Open and 250C.

Taylor Strauss (#529) and Jason Lucht battle for the 250B overall.

corner with Grant Olson right on his rear wheels in Mini Quad. Ethan Bedard stayed out front to the finish. Lauren Bedard was running in third but had to hold off a constant threat as Maxwell Manske tried to push past. Manske finally was able to push through on the last lap to edge Lauren Bedard out at the checkers. In moto two it was Olson out front with Ethan Bedard close behind all moto. Manske was in third from the start and managed to open a gap on Lauren Bedard before the checkers flew. In +40 Tom Ferguson was out front at the start. Daryl Willing closed in on Ferguson in Hollubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hollow and slipped by in the

rollers on lap two. Meanwhile Mike Cox held onto third with John Malchow finishing fourth. Ferguson again grabbed the holeshot in moto two and started putting a gap on Cox and Willing as they battled for second. Willing finally made a move just before the ski jump on lap three to slip into second and Cox settled for a third place finish. Mason Persha was out front early in 250C but soon had Brady Schernick passing him in the upper section of the track. Now Persha was in front of a train of riders looking to move up. Shane Cooper put on the first challenge and he and Colton Bentz got by Persha in the early in lap three. Jake Denison

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took advantage of Persha’s fade to grab fourth in moto one. Cooper got the jump out of the gate in moto two and edged Bentz out for the holeshot. Bentz started pushing a wheel in on Cooper and on lap three found the room to get by. While Cooper finished second, Persha held on in third with Schernick close behind. Jacob Jesko was flying today in 85Sr and SuperMini. As 85Sr hit lap one Jesko was right behind Jayden Graziano. Jesko began setting up a pass and as he went over jump nine he landed out front. Jesko ran out front to the finish with Graziano in second and Landen Mattson third. In moto two Jesko got out front at the gate drop and stayed there to the finish. Once again Graziano was second with Mattson right behind. In SuperMini Jesko edged out Max Steinhorst for the holeshot and began putting some breathing room behind him. Steinhorst ran unchallenged in second while Chase Krull slipped from a third place start and finished behind Graziano and fourth place Seth Doeberlein. Steinhorst had the lead early in moto two but as they went into valley one for the first time Jesko was now a bike length ahead. Jesko and Steinhorst battled for the lead the rest of the moto, but when the checkers flew Jesko was out front. Doeberlein worked his way up from a mid-pack start to finish third with Graziano rounding off the top four. In 85Jr Seth Doeberlein grabbed the moto one holeshot but he had Bailey Otis right on his rear wheel. As Doeberlein defended his lead Colton Parson moved in to start pushing the two leaders. By the time they came around to the scoring area Otis had gotten by Doeberlein and Parson was looking for any opening to move up into second. Just before the Ski Jump on lap two Parson saw the chance and slipped past Doeberlein. The three held their spot to the finish while Devin Blume ran fourth. In moto two Parson got the holeshot with Doeberlein and then Otis running close behind. By their second time over Jump three Otis had moved into the lead and Doeberlein didn’t waste any time as he moved into second before they hit the rollers. Otis held on to win his second moto and Doeberlein claimed second overall with his finish in moto two just ahead of Parson. Later Otis talked about his race, “My first moto I was able to get out front the first time through the whoops and then just stayed out front. The second moto I was third in the holeshot, but again I was able to make the pass on one guy in the whoops. Then the leader tipped over in the sand in the bottom of the valley. I like this track. My Mom, Dad and Janssen Motorsports help me out so thanks to them. Today was one of the most fun races I have ever had.” With eleven riders signed up for Open A track owner Jason Erdmann just couldn’t re42

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Jayden Graziano grabs a big 85Sr holeshot.

sist getting into the mix as well. When the gate dropped Colton Karl got a good jump and looked like he would grab the holeshot but Ty Tyrrell slipped inside to edge him out. As they came over the first triple Tyrrell was out front with Erdmann second and the rest of the class right behind. By the time the first lap was over Josh Philbrick had slipped past Erdmann and was trying to close the gap Tyrrell had opened. Erdmann got back into second before lap two was over and by the time they hit the triple it was a four way bar to bar battle for the lead as Karl now was also in the mix. Erdmann used his inside knowledge of track lines and was able to get by Tyrrell on lap three and held the lead going into lap five when Tyrrell was able to once again get out front. Tyrrell cruised to the win as Erdmann finished second just ahead of Philbrick and Karl. Tyrrell had a bit easier time in moto two as he fought off an early challenge from Erdmann and then they both settled into their own pace to the checkers finishing one/two. Philbrick was running third early in the moto but dropped out with a mechanical leaving Karl the chance to cruise for a third place finish ahead of Kyle Hameister and Eric Palosaari.

Tyrrell, “First moto I pretty much got the holeshot and was running out front but I made a couple mistakes and Jason passed me. I stuck right with him the next couple of laps and he fell over so I got him back. The second moto I got the holeshot and kind of checked out the first couple of laps a little. I like the track, he made some changes I really like. He made a few sections a little tighter and slowed it down a bit by making it more technical. The track held up great. Thanks to Vetesnik Powersports, Tyrrell Motorsports, SSI Decals, Hinson, FMF, Renthal, and everyone else that helps me out.” Jeff Ramsay had a good day in +50 as he was able to get out front early and then hold the lead both motos. Michael Barta was able to show impressive starts both motos on his YZ125 by actually pulling the holeshot in moto two. Barta just wasn’t able to hold off Wayne Slagle for long each time. Slagle posted a 2/2 day while Barta finished up 3/3. Ramsay after his day, “I really wanted to get ahead as quick as I could. Second moto I didn’t get the start but was able to get the lead pretty quick. I knew both Wayne and Mike were right behind me so I couldn’t let up. Luckily I knew the spots where Wayne was faster so I had to be better in other spots and I


just held it on longer to stay ahead. It was a really good day.” Ramsay showed just what District 16 MX should be about as he kept laughing, telling me about his ‘vendetta’ with Slagle. The two of them keep their racing fun and clean without giving each other an easy time on the track. Results Sportsman: 1.Taylor Strauss 2.Josh Ramsay 3.Mason Persha 4.Jake Denison 5.Eric Leach +25B/C: 1.Mat Herrington 2.Andy Draeger 3.Ryan Johnson 4.Kevin Kraayvanger 5.Dain Denman Mini Quad: 1.Grant Olson 2.Ethan Bedard 3.Maxwell Manske 4.Lauren Bedard 5.Bennett Manske 50Sr: 1.Elijah Tetzlaff 2.Luke Vanlyssel 3.Justin Oehlhof 4.Easton Block 5.Logan Roberts 50Jr: 1.Jackson Oehlhof 2.Nolan Schweighardt 3.Nathan Postma 4.Kaiden Snyder 5.Benjamin Blazek +25A: 1.Benjamin Schweighardt 2.Chad Nyberg +40: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Daryl Willing 3.Michael Cox 4.John Malchow 5.Douglas Ninneman Unlimited A: 1.Colton Karl 2.Joshua Marescalco 3.Brandon Marescalco 250B: 1.Jason Lucht 2.Taylor Strauss 3.Daniel Kraemer 4.Andy Draeger 5.Jon Natzke 250C: 1.Colton Bentz 2.Shans Cooper 3.Brady Schernick 4.Jake Denison 5.Jeremy Smith 65cc: 1.Jonah Dowd 2.Kevin Gollub-

ske 3.Justin Oehlhof 4.Dana Hanna 5.Luke Vanlyssel 85Sr: 1.Jacob Jesko 2.Jayden Graziano 3.Landen Mattson 4.Matthew Mowery 5.Tyler Gamble +30A: 1.Benjamin Schweighardt +30B/C: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Daryl Willing 3.Michael Cox 4.Jeff Ramsay 5.Kevin Kraayvanger 85Jr: 1.Bailey Otis 2.Seth Doeberlein 3.Colton Parson 4.Devin Blume 5.Ronald Schmidt 125Jr: 1.Brady Schernick 2.Bryce Telfer 3.Mason Persha 4.Austin Nelson 5.Max Steinhorst Open A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Jason Erdmann 3.Colton Karl 4.Kyle Hameister 5.Eric Palosaari Women: 1.Amanda Belonga 2.Dawn Cox 3.Monica Jazwiecki 4.Kirsten Raemisch +50: 1.Jeff Ramsay 2.Wayne Slagle 3.Michael Barta 4.Mark Markee 5.Glen Brandemuehl Open B: 1.Taylor Strauss 2.Daniel Kraemer 3.Eric Leach 4.Ryan Johnson 5.Jason Lucht Open C: 1.Colton Bentz 2.Shane Cooper 3.Riley Telfer 4.Jake Denison 5.Eric Kessenich SuperMini: 1.Jacob Jesko 2.Max Steinhorst 3.Seth Doeberlein 4.Jayden Graziano 5.Colton Parson +35 125cc: 1.Michael Barta 2.Chris Herrington 3.Dan Kraemer 250A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Joshua Philbrick 3.Dylan Narel 4.Travis Ruchti 5.Eric Palosaari Quad A: 1.Dillan Boeke 2.Devin Krontz 3.Andrew Schrank 4.Jay Mittlestaedt 5.Kory Blake Quad B/C: 1.Austin Clemens 2.Bret Beier 3.Derek Roller 4.Evan Clemens 5.Zach Coons

85Sr and SuperMini winner Jacob Jesko.


Rapid Angels Hare Scramble WI Rapids, WI - September 30 Story by Doug Forstner Photos by Sam Forstner

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y the time fall racing rolls around, riders should be in prime shape, especially when riders come to Dyracuse Park in the Town of Rome. The riders seem to enjoy the fall race, and as usual the Rapid Angels club lays out a challenging courses. The weather and course was optimal for fall racing. I got the privilege of watching all the 65cc, 85cc and Women start the day. Dalton Peterson was the first to come through the scanner on lap one with a good lead over the entire group and 85cc class. Hunter Fischer was also doing the same to the 65cc class as was Stephanie Steuck in the Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s class. Steuck eventually got by Peterson on lap three and lead the group to the finish on her 250f. Peterson rode great to take the win in 85cc class, not far behind overall winner Steuck. Almost everyone in the group posted their fastest lap times on the last go around. The leaders were only three seconds apart on times. Going back a few years now, the park set up a neat little 50cc course for the smallest of riders. Erik Mikelson beat out Will Halver-

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son and Rex Valek on the thirtyminute race. If all these kids keep at it, they will make fine adult racers some day. To race hare scrambles at a young age, these kids are learning all the basics that they will be able to apply to enduro racing, motocross, flat track, hillclimbing or whatever they do as they grow. The next group to go out was C class, + 50 and vintage. Ben Kortbein came out on top of this group besting Karl Lueschow and David Jacobson. Jonathan Geary was pushing hard on the last lap and fell just thirty seconds short of making the podium behind Jacobson. George Busse rounded out the top five. As the day wore on, everyone was eager for the start of the two hour AA, A, B and +40 class racing. I planned on racing in this group,

AA rider Chase Robinson put in a great ride for second overall.

Corey Pederson charging in the A class.


but due to a battle with a boulder on the back section, I was sideline with an ice pack and computer watching some excellent battles. My son who raced in the morning took over the camera duties and walked almost the entire five mile course, taking pictures in the afternoon. As I got back to watch the action after my first lap mishap, the track workers told me of the leader that came through the finish area and tagged a tree hard. He remounted and got back into the AA action. Come to find out it was Mat Herrington that flat out smoked a tree right before the finish. Like the boulder that kicked my butt, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m pretty sure the tree didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t budge, however being the warrior Mat is he remounted and rejoined the race. I picked up the action on lap two and it was JD Friebel chasing leader Chase Robinson. Luke Wilder, Herrington and Scott Daubert were also going well in the top five. On the third lap, Robinson still held a two second lead over Friebel as they were distancing themselves from the rest of the pack. On lap four Friebel got into the lead and held that position until the end. Robinson pushed JD hard enough that those two were the only riders to make eight laps on the sandy whooped out course. Wilder hung onto the bronze medal, being chased by Herrington and Daubert. Local A class motocross rider Dylan Narel was also in the mix with some of these

guys as he picked up the A class win. The top B rider was Jared Brereton, who took the lead mid-race from early leader Pete Jazwiecki. James Williams was also able to get by Jazwiecki before the end of the race to take the runner-up spot. The top five riders were all able to get six laps in with Rory Agnew and Scott Kausse rounding out the top five. The Rapid Angels finally enjoyed a nice season of racing at the park, and would like to thank everyone for coming out and making 2012 a successful year. Results: AA: 1.Jd Friebel 2.Chase Robinson 3.Luke Wilder 4.Mat Herrington 5.Scott Daubert A: 1.Dylan Narel 2.Mark Sheppard 3.Frank Caballero 4.Joseph Barr 5.Jeff Schmidt B: 1.Jared Brereton 2.James Williams 3.Pete Jazwiecki 4.Rory Agnew 5.Scott Krausse +40: 1.Anthony Robinson 2.Andy Stacy 3.Chris Halverson 4.Buck Benson 5.William Ries C: 1.Ben Kortbein 2.Karl Lueschow 3.David Jacobsonc 4.Jonathan Geary 5.George Busse +50: 1.Larry Steuck 2.John Montgomery 3.Jorge

85cc rider Cole Price battling with 65cc class winner Hunter Fischer early in the race. Caballero 4.Mike Jazwiecki 50cc: 1.Erik Mikelson 2.Will Halverson 3.Rex Valek 4.Emily Backus 5.Nadia Ellingson 85cc: 1.Dalton Peterson 2.Cole Price 3.Brandon Donahue 65cc: 1.Hunter Fischer 2.Sam Forstner 3.Autumn Czappa 4.Mark Backus 5.Brock Lueschow Women: 1.Stephanie Steuck 2.Amy Fischer 3.Bailey Donahue Vintage: 1.Mark Caballero

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NITRO 2012 Season a Success By Kathy Haselton Photos by Nancy Littlefield

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nother successful riding season has come to an end for the members of the Northern Illinois Trials Riders Organ-

ization. The long riding season spanned a six month period from April to October. As always in a long riding season, the weather is the wild card for any event. An incredibly hot and dry summer brought new physical challenges for the riders. Soaking rains on some riding days tested the mental and physical strength of others. NITRO saw an influx of new riders in every riding class. The talents of the new riders were hard to ignore as some shot to the top of their classes. Veteran riders were thrilled to see so many young and talented riders emerge in their sport. The sport of trials riding will be well represented by these young riders for years to come. Congratulations to all the class winners, as well as to all the riders who came out to ride this season. Thanks also to all the family

and friends who came out to support the riders. A big thanks also goes out to all those who hosted a trials event this year! Having an event is a huge undertaking that takes weeks if not months to prepare for. Riding on some of the most beautiful land in Illinois is definitely a perk of participating in trials. Trials riding is a uniquely exciting and challenging sport. NITRO is always looking for new riders interested in having the camaraderie of riding with some great riders, and the adrenaline rush of riding the challenging courses. Please visit nitrotrials.com for more information on riding and much more. While it was a hugely successful season for NITRO, here are those who rode to the top of their classes for 2012. Expert: 1.David Rohrschneider 2.Dan Loer 3.Alian Vanderwalle Sportsman: 1.Ralph Littlefield 2.Charlie Shanks 3.Eric Cunningham Advanced: 1.Ryan Rohrschneider 2. Luke Littlefield 3.Kelly Diamond Intermediate: 1.Tim Freed 2.John Zigler 3.Brandon Prouty Novice: 1.Ryan Rivenburgh 2.Dan Johnson 3.Jacob Loer Youth: 1.Mitchell Littlefield Women: 1.Kailey Rivenburgh 2.Deb Lashbrook 3.Kathy Haselton Vintage (Advanced): 1.Brian Runyard 2.Clark Runyard 3.Scott McKay, Glen Fuegen Senior: 1.Jeff Franklin 2.Kevin Huber 3.Dale Prouty

Jeff Franklin - Senior Champ.

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Brian Runyard, Vintage Champ.

Mitchell Littlefield topped the Youth class.


Congratulations!

We would like to congratulate our

2012 Super Series winners! Bumblebees 4-8: 1.Mason Kasowicz 2.Kinsey Marsolek 3.Cole Mason 50cc Pre-Mix 4-6: 1.McCrae Hagarty 2.James Clough 50cc Pre-Mix 7-8: 1. Dillon Nelson 2.Trevin Nelson 3.Gage Krech 50cc Oil Injected 4-8: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Tanner Schlegel 3.Zachary Barker 50cc Multi Speed 4-8: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Bryce Rauner 3.Louis Falardeaux 65cc 7-9: 1.Gavin Janovsky 2.Dillon Nelson 3.Weston Milas 65cc 10-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Joshua Boaz 3.Max Earley

65cc 7-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Joshua Boaz 3.Gavin Janovsky 85cc 9-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Austin Griffin 3.Harrison Gulick 85cc 12-15: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Alan Spaeth 3.Devin Stang 85cc 9-12: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Devin Stang 3.Austin Griffin Supermini: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Blaze Best 3.Austin Anderson Schoolboy: 1.Chase Stevenson 2.Travis Prier 3.Blaze Best Junior: 1.Travis Prier 2.Tucker Mills 3.Sam Kemp

14-24A: 1.Nathan Kohnke 2.Bryce Craig 3.William Doane 14-24B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Mitchell Koester 3.Blake Raskovich 14-24C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Austin Kienast 3.Chase Becker +25A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.Tim Zebro 3.Mike Luoma +25B: 1.Jeremy Appel 2.Marshall Berns 3.Beau Boerner +25C: 1.Wade Hasse 2.David Minter 3.Jimmy Diedrich +30A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.Tim Zebro 3.Mike Luoma

+30B: 1.Joe Kidd 2.Tim Walker 3.Scott Lehnertz +30C: 1.Jimmy Diedrich 2.Jesse John 3.Joe Jenniges +40A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Patrick McNamara 3.Matthew Blaiser +40B: 1.Jeff Ferrin 2.Rick Schugel 3.Sean Robertson +40C: 1.Edward Zelasko 2.John Grommersch 3.Scot Adams +45A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Boden Soderbeck 3.Carl Hein +45B/C: 1.Jeff Ferrin 2.Rick Schugel 3.Jeffrey Olson

+50: 1.Ron Heppner 2.Jack Parenteau 3.Jerry Dillon +55: 1.Jerry Schulze 2.Paul Chyma Jr. 3.Lynn Meyer +60: 1.Lynn Meyer 2.Jerry Bumgardner 3.Mike Quinn Sr. Girls Jr. 9-12: 1.Kourtney Trautner 2.Paige Carlson 3.Emma Rauner Girls Sr. 12-16: 1.Sommer Mills 2.Sophia Johnson 3.Katherine Vanderwerf Women: 1.Marissa Polencheck 2.Lizz Turney 3.Cloe Spaeth 125cc 2-Stroke: 1.Chase Stevenson 2.Kyle Lawler 3.Austin Anderson

250A: 1.Brandon Stewart 2.Nick Jackson 3.Joe Perron 250B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Conner Cunningham 3.Blake Raskovich 250C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Austin Kienast 3.Cody Carlson Open A: 1.Nathan Kohnke 2.Joe Perron 3.Zack Williams Open B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Mitchell Koester 3.Travis Muller Open C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Reed Kannegiesser 3.Samuel Brummund

The Super Series was made possible through the generosity of our sponsors... Please support those that support our sport!

Vaith Sled & Sycle Thank you Dale Preble & Deb Richter-Klindworth from the Mazeppa Jaycees for subsidizing our banquet tickets, the annual Greg Vaith Memorial Scholarship awarded to Claire Cripps, & helping with the Halloween Bash, as well as their donation to the Dale Howard Benefit. Also, thanks to our racers, their families & friends & of course the Hi-Winders Club Members who donate their time to make our sport & season so successful!

Best wishes to all & see you in 2013! John & Greta Martin - Spring Creek MX Park

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Spring Creek Super Series Banquet Red Wing, Minnesota - October 27 By Rolfe Otterness

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ohn and Greta Martin hosted the year-end banquet for the Spring Creek Park Super Series at the Treasure Island Casino with hundreds of riders and guests in attendance. It was a great time to celebrate another season of tough competition at one of the top tracks in the country. After a social hour spent bench racing and a great meal, Guy Ohland took the microphone as master of ceremonies, guiding the program along with his usual panache. There was a moment of silence in remembrance of Dale Howard, who was lost to us this summer. The first award of the night was a special presentation to Mark Becker as Dave Wessling recounted the sad but true story of how Mark made a bad decision in attempting a big double jump one day, resulting in an abrupt, painful stop and a later date with a big needle at the emergency room. A needle in a place where you definitely don’t want one. Anyway, Mark graciously accepted the Iron Nuts award and he seems to be walking OK now. He will likely think twice before attempting a pro-like throttle blip take-off in the future. A goodly number of riders were presented with perfect attendance awards and they received some custom pit boards for their enthusiasm. Then there was a presentation of KTM cash to those who raced the pumpkin colored bikes this year. Dale Preble of the

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Mazeppa Area Jaycees was honored for his continued support of Spring Creek racing. Jason Vaith was also recognized for his contributions and amazing tire changing abilities. Military vets (not to be confused with the +30 class) were also given a tribute for their services to the country. The program proceeded on to awards for racing prowess, and first up to be recognized were the multi-class champs. In any one season there are usually a fair number of them because when you’re hot, you’re hot and the Gage Fisher and brother check out his new KTM via Larson’s Cycle. wins flow right along. This year though, we that most treasured of all apparel, the Bob’s had the incredible feat of Gage Fisher to recCycle class champion jacket. Team VRM put ognize. Fisher managed to abscond with up some nice hoodies for the second and third championships in four classes, a truly replace finishers and other top ten riders pulled markable domination in the mini classes. some other goodies in their trip to the stage. Keep an eye out for this kid. Henry Miller As the program drew on to the concluand Nolan Heppner managed to take triple tision, anticipation ramped up amongst the tles in the B and C classes respectively. gathered crowd as the names were to be The program continued on with everydrawn for the traditional moto-bikes. Larone pulling some swag including Dunlop tires son’s Cycle provided a sweet KTM 65 and & a variety of Motorex Products along with when Mike Larson called the name it was their plaques. The class champs each received somehow fitting… Gage Fisher! When you’re winning, you win everything! His little brother was probably just as happy because Gage will not be riding the 65cc class next year! The bike for the bigger riders was provided courtesy of Matt Dohrn and Plainview Powersports. Matt reached into the box and plucked out the name of Blaze Best. Blaze must be good at this because last year he won the mini-bike. When you’re hot, you’re hot! All that luck and too young to gamble… good thing for Treasure Island Casino. Thanks to all the racers, families and crew that made the season what it was. Join John, Greta and the crew next year for another spectacular season of motocross at Spring Creek Park.


Series Results: Bumblebees: 1.Mason Kasowicz 2.Kinsey Marsolek 3.Cole Mason 4.Jacob Clough 50cc 4-6: 1.McCrae Hagarty 2.James Clough 50cc 7-8: 1. Dillon Nelson 2.Trevin Nelson 3.Gage Krech 4.Nolyn Hempel 5.Jake Luloff 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Tanner Schlegel 3.Zachary Barker 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Bryce Rauner 3.Louis Falardeaux 4.Brock Fisher 5.Alex Racek 65cc 7-9: 1.Gavin Janovsky 2.Dillon Nelson 3.Weston Milas 4.Jayden Clough 5.Gage Krech 65cc 10-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Joshua Boaz 3.Max Earley 4.Kaden Degenhardt Nolan Rommel 65cc 7-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Joshua Boaz 3.Gavin Janovsky 4.Kaden Degenhardt 5.Nolan Rommel 85cc 9-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Austin Griffin 3.Harrison Gulick 4.Max Earley 5.Gavin Janovsky 85cc 12-15: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Alan Spaeth 3.Devin Stang 4.Alex Ingalls 5.Jacob Geiger 85cc 9-12: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Devin Stang 3.Austin Griffin 4.Aaron Boatman 5.Austin Nelson Supermini: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Blaze Best 3.Austin Anderson 4.Alan Spaeth 5.Jacob Geiger Schlby: 1.Chase Stevenson 2.Travis Prier 3.Blaze Best 4.Kyle Lawler 5.Sam Kemp Junior: 1.Travis Prier 2.Tucker Mills 3.Sam Kemp 4.Tyler Gast 5.Jordan Schiller 14-24A: 1.Nathan Kohnke 2.Bryce Craig 3.William Doane 4.Joe Perron 5.Clayton Olson 14-24B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Mitchell Koester 3.Blake Raskovich 4.Samuel Peterson 5.Jordan Kasper 14-24C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Austin Kienast 3.Chase Becker 4.Isaac Geiger 5.Ben Ferrin +25A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.Tim Zebro 3.Mike Luoma 4.Scott Steinle 5.Mathew Dohrn +25B: 1.Jeremy Appel 2.Marshall Berns 3.Beau Boerner 4.Nathan Banaszewski 5.Collin Rigelman +25C: 1.Wade Hasse 2.David Minter 3.Jimmy Diedrich +30A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.Tim Zebro 3.Mike Luoma 4.Scott Steinle 5.Brent Mason +30B: 1.Joe Kidd 2.Tim Walker 3.Scott Lehnertz 4.Taylor Carlson 5.Nathan Banaszewski

+30C: 1.Jimmy Diedrich 2.Jesse John 3.Joe Jenniges 4.John Grommersch 5.David Williams +40A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Patrick McNamara 3.Matthew Blaiser 4.Jon Falardeaux 5.Rick Ziebell +40B: 1.Jeff Ferrin 2.Rick Schugel 3.Sean Robertson 4.Tim Walker 5.Bill Cunningham +40C: 1.Edward Zelasko 2.John Grommersch 3.Scot Adams 4.Mitchell Trom 5.Randall Ross +45A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Boden Soderbeck 3.Carl Hein 4.Jack Parenteau 5.Kirk Lewis +45B/C: 1.Jeff Ferrin 2.Rick Schugel 3.Jeffrey Olson 4.Bill Cunningham 5.Todd Harrison +50: 1.Ron Heppner 2.Jack Parenteau 3.Jerry Dillon 4.Kirk Lewis 5.Thor Mathison +55: 1.Jerry Schulze 2.Paul Chyma Jr. 3.Lynn Meyer 4.Jerry Bumgardner 5.John Meehan +60: 1.Lynn Meyer 2.Jerry Blaze Best took home a KX250 from Plainview Powersports. Bumgardner 3.Mike Quinn Sr. 4.John Meehan 250B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Conner Cunningham 3.Blake Girls Jr: 1.Kourtney Trautner 2.Paige Carlson Raskovich 4.Dylan Wolff 5.Travis Muller 3.Emma Rauner 250C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Austin Kienast 3.Cody Girls Sr: 1.Sommer Mills 2.Sophia Johnson Carlson 4.Reed Kannegiesser 5.Wade Hasse 3.Katherine Vanderwerf 4.Kari Cunningham 5.Kyra Open A: 1.Nathan Kohnke 2.Joe Perron 3.Zack Boaz Williams 4.Matt Zebro 5.Bruce Gates Women: 1.Marissa Polencheck 2.Lizz Turney Open B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Mitchell Koester 3.Travis 3.Cloe Spaeth 4.Sophia Johnson 5.Trisha Hoover Muller 4.Samuel Peterson 5.Sam Wise 125 2-Str: 1.Chase Stevenson Kyle Lawler 2.Austin Open C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Reed Kannegiesser Anderson 3.Lucas Hegna 4.Dillon Sprague 3.Samuel Brummund 4.Jacob Paterson 5.Clayton 250A: 1.Brandon Stewart 2.Nick Jackson 3.Joe Bonnicksen Perron 4.Luke Peters 5.RJ Cripps

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Bucky Dual Sport a Hit Cross Plains, Wisconsin - October 27 By Gordon Lunde

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wo hundred and two riders… 202! turned out for the Halloween weekend Madison Motorcycle Club, Bucky 4 dual sport ride. At this rate the club just may have to add another date to accommodate everyone. What a great ride! I must say one of the best dual sport rides I have ever attended. The course was compromised of country roads connecting 44 separate off-road sections. That’s 44 land owners who donated their property to make this ride a success. “Crowbait”, the local club member and land beggar extraordinaire put together this land grab and it was something beautiful to behold. A huge thank you to all the land owners for their generosity. The properties provided fun, challenging, exciting and beautiful land to ride through. The wonderful terrain of the area, the driftless region, just west of Madison, WI is so great for this ride. High ridges, deep valleys and gorgeous scenery are breathtaking. Especially when you’re riding off a ridge, sliding down a very steep, muddy, single track trying to keep bike and rider upright and healthy. Getting back to the top of these ridge also provided a good challenge. Hero sections, for more advanced riders, provided even more challenges, some that left many riders looking for alternate routes to the next section. Since this was Halloween weekend, a few riders decided to costume up for the ride. It was a little strange to suddenly find yourself riding along side a fairy with purple wings, a cowboy or a gentleman rider in suit

and tie. All good fun for everyone. Each year the club donates the proceeds to charity. This year funds went to the University of WI, Alzheimers Disease Research Dept. and the Alzheimers Disease Association. When the representative asked for a show of hands from people that knew some-

Cross Plains. Coffee before and dinner after the ride are provided by the American Legion. Lunch is provided along the route by the Wisconsin River Sportsman’s Club. Getting to lunch is a feat in itself. The fields surrounding the club are deep, black loam, stuff that sucks the speed out of your bike. The route planners made sure we had to traverse not one but, several of these on the way into the club grounds. The only way through it was to lean back, stay hard on the gas and hope like hell you don’t catch a rut wrong. Bucky 5 should be as good if not better. Keep an eye on the District 16 calendar for next year’s ride date, and get your entry in early!

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one with Alzheimers, over half the crowd raised their hands, so this choice of charity was warmly received. The ride is headquartered at the Cross Plains American Legion hall in downtown


Trojan Cancer Awareness Race North Webster, Indiana - October 20 By Becky Stichter

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ith October being breast cancer awareness month, the staff at Reads Racing had a breast cancer awareness event at Trojan on Saturday. Survivors of breast cancer did not have to pay gate fees on Saturday. A 50/50 drawing, a breast cancer awareness open ride, and an extra dollar added to the gate fee were some of the ways the money was raised. The money was donated to a doctor at Cleveland Clinic who is developing a vaccine against breast cancer. Supporters dressed in pink today, and many people present have been affected by breast cancer. There were some survivors present, along with riders that have had mothers, grandmothers, and other family members who have dealt with cancer. It was a little cool and dreary out, but no rain! The track was in good shape for racing Saturday morning. Dana Miller was a 1-1 winner in the +30B/C class. In moto one, Michael Rice rode ahead of David Huss, with Rice crossing the checkered line first. In moto two, Huss answered back and pulled ahead of Rice, with Huss finishing in second this time. Dalton Packard set the pace in the Schoolboy 2 class. Coming off the gates the fastest in both motos, Packard pulled ahead of Colt McPhearson and Madison Johnson. McPhearson rode a solid second both motos, followed by Johnson. Kennan Leis had his KTM zipping around the track in the 65cc (7-9) class. Leis won both motos, followed by Clayton Servaty and Rylan Keller.

In the 85cc (9-11) class, Trevor Lomperski was out of the gates first, with Evan Faucett close behind. Lomperski was sporting a pink bike today, in honor of his grandmothers who have both battled breast cancer. Pink seemed to be a good color for Lomperski, as he was riding fast. Lomperski was fighting hard to maintain his lead, but Faucett kept pulling back on the throttle and passed Lomperski in a corner. Faucett went on to win. In the second moto, Faucett led out of the gates with Lomperski close behind. Faucett held Lomperski off again, giving Faucett his second moto win. Joseph Hagemeier, Levi Johnson, and Even Foster had some good racing in the Open C class this morning. In the first moto, Hagemeier was out of the gates first, with Johnson and Foster close behind. Hagemeier maintained his lead, while Foster worked his way around Johnson. In the third lap, Hagemeier fell back, giving Foster the lead. Johnson, who came up fast from behind, stole the lead from Foster and then go on to the win. In the second moto Hagemeier again was first out of the gates. Johnson and Foster weren't far behind. Johnson pressured the entire moto, but Hagemeier continued to hold him back. Near the end of the race, Hagemeier took the inside of a corner, and Johnson went up high, which gave Johnson and advantage and opportunity to pass. Johnson took the lead. Hagemeier fought back, but couldn't take the lead back from Johnson. In the Women's class, Megan Moan shot of the gates first in moto one. Close behind was Madison Johnson, Emily Eubanks and Jacqueline Bullard. As Moan continued to set

the pace for the moto, Johnson was putting a lot of pressure on Moan. Near the end of the moto, Johnson found an opportunity to pass Moan, and go on to win. Eubanks rode a solid third, followed by Bullard. In the second moto, Moan was again the fastest out of the gates. Johnson pressured Moan the entire moto, and at one point looked like she was going to pass in a corner, but Moan pulled back on the throttle, and stayed ahead. Eubanks was riding in third, but went down in a corner and lost valuable time. Bullard took advantage, and passed Eubanks. In moto one of the 250C class, Caden Roberts led the way out of the gates. Joseph Hagemeier and Trey Short were right on Roberts' rear tire. As Roberts continued to set the pace, Short zipped around Hagemeier and had his eyes set on the lead. Short pressured hard from behind, but Roberts held him off. Behind the two leaders, Hagemeier and Daniel Wachowski were battling it out. Wachowski passed Hagemeier, but Hagemeier answered back. Wachowski continued to ride hard, but finished behind Hagemeier. In the second moto, Roberts was out of the gates just ahead of Short. Short didn't waste any time, and made a move early to take the lead and then hold on to it for the rest of the moto. Wachowski, Hagemeier, and Roberts had several position changes throughout the moto. Hagemeier finally secured a second place position, followed by Roberts. So after a good morning of racing, the open ride for breast cancer was held. After a short break the Saturday evening races started. With everything going on, it was another good day in northern Indiana for sure.

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D23 First Annual Ride for Rights Rochester, Minnesota - Sept. 22 By Michael Quinn

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eptember in Minnesota is usually a great weather month however on this event Sunday at 7am the temperature was in the low thirties in southern MN. Unfortunately these conditions kept most riders at home, and off their bikes. There were some really dedicated hard core riders that showed up at Spring Creek Park to sign up and start the ride. Thirteen hearty souls left the park a little after 10am for the two hundred plus mile ride that took them through the bluff country Taken at the Buana Vista overlook. of southeastern MN, and into the valleys of west central WI. On the road again the route took some The route left Rochester and took scenic really beautiful county roads through the river county 4 into Plainview then proceeded into valleys of southeast MN. Of particular note is the Whitewater Valley, rode through the state Winona County one out of LaCresent that park and into St. Charles. From there the runs along the ridge of the bluff overlooking route took scenic roads into the bergs of the Mississippi River. Next stop was gas and Lanesboro and then onto Rushford. Lunch a snack in Winona for another prize voucher was a pizza buffet at the Creamery in Rushand then into Wisconsin for some alphabet ford. Once fed the group gassed up at Kwik roading. By this point the temperature had Trip which was one the official route stops. risen into the fifties which felt like a heat At these stops the riders received vouchers wave after the chilly start to the day. The sun that were used in a drawing for prizes at the broke through and the route through Wisconend of the ride. sin was breathtaking. As one of the partici-

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pants stated, “you have to go to the mountains to get riding as good as this”. The group covered the route and was back at the start area in approximately six hours. The purpose of the event was to raise money for our legislative fund. This fund pays our lobbyist and any additional costs to keep riding areas open, and to fight all legislation that would have a negative impact on both on and off road bikes. Even though the uncooperative weather kept the numbers low, we did however raise a few hundred dollars for the fund. I would like to thank Rob Jara for the support he supplied on behalf of Bob’s Cycle Supply. The big prize winners were Bruce Roberts as he walked away with a new helmet. Larry Flater won a new Tourmaster jacket while John Otto garnered the the $100 gift card from Bob’s. Also a big thank you to the hard core riders, Dale Broughton, Bruce Roberts, Larry Flater, Mike Talley, John Otto, Dave Wesseling, Dean Patterson, John and Greta Martin for their participation and for braving the elements.


2012 Season Top Finishers Congratulations Everyone!

Motocross

50Jr 1.Kaiden J Knaack .......703 2.Kyler Knaack .............664 3.Gage Brock ...............482 4.Wyatt Gibson.............462 5.Christian Timmerman 424 6.Kailin J Chadek .........413 7.Carter Birkenholtz .....321 50Sr 1.Gage Steburg............725 2.Isaac Moyle ...............672 3.Ronnie Orres.............508 4.Ethan McMahon ........494 5.James Orres..............485 6.Cruz Timmerman.......431 7.Harrison Gibson ........418 8.Clay Fishback............391 9.Caden Young.............324 65 Jr 1.Gage Steburg............800 2.Maliq McCaleb ..........665 3.Paxton Jobe ..............575 4.Isaac Moyle ...............572 5.Jada Murphy .............570 6.Ethan McMahon ........315 65 Sr 1.Ruger Brown .............724 2.Zack Frederick ..........579 3.Tristen Bell ................484 85 Jr 1.Ruger Brown .............605 2.Jacob Dakovich.........554 3.Clay Van Wyk............476 4.Maliq McCaleb ..........454 5.Tristen Bell ................446 6.Drake Hayes .............380 7.Zack Frederick ..........348 85 Sr 1.Jaden Wertz ..............715 2.Travis Larson ............639 3.Reece Kruse .............548 4.Dane Balzer ..............430 5.Andrew Mueller .........427 6.Spencer Dede ...........425 Supermini 1.Jaden Wertz ..............715 2.Travis Larson ............632 3.Reece Kruse .............552 4.Spencer Dede ...........460 5.Andrew Mueller .........455 Schoolboy 1.Kass McKeag ............460 2.Aaron Miller ...............348 Quad 50 1.Cody Spiegelhalter....729 2.Logan Rathbun..........492 3.Austin Kemp..............241 Quad 90 CVT 1.Roderick Philipp ........710 2.Cody Spiegelhalter....693 3.Austin Hayes .............688 4.Gage Beebe ..............471

Quad 90 Open 1.Sky Volkamer ............794 2.Zachary Lindley.........377 Quad Jr 1.Sky Volkamer ............744 2.Cole Borowiak ...........184 14-24 B/C 1.Kevin Goette .............589 2.Dylan Busby ..............493 3.Marissa Busby...........475 25+ A 1.Reese Lauritzen ........421 2.Michael Steven..........186 25+ B/C 1.Joshua Jones ............412 2.David Harbold ...........307 30+ A 1.Reese Lauritzen ........438 30+ B/C 1.Michael Tremmel.......657 2.Bryce Vanwyngarden 463 3.Jason Byers ..............403 4.Mark Busby ...............348 40+ A 1.Robert Palmer ...........300 40+ B/C 1.Nicole Weis ...............658 2.Cole Seip...................576 3.Michael Petrak ..........458 4.Chris Chadek ............408 5.Jerry Denniston .........297 Women 1.Marissa Busby...........691 2.Darcy Goette .............636 3.Haylee Peterman ......443 4.Krista Knupp..............231 125 1.Brennan Hanson .......490 2.Aaron Miller ...............299 250A 1.Kody Pirie..................655 2.Conrad Schipper .......553 3.Brennan Meyers........457 250B 1.Kevin Goette .............538 2.Nick Ryan..................500 3.Josh Crawford ...........453 4.Chase Conis..............319 250C 1.Drew Peterson ..........668 2.Stone Schildroth........563 3.Cody Barnes .............491 4.Dillon Nall ..................442 5.Rodney Barnes .........430 Open A 1.Kody Pirie..................582 2.Conrad Schipper .......507 3.Brennon Meyers........497 Open B 1.Jake Harnish .............569 2.Josh Crawford ...........524 3.Chase Conis..............356 Open C 1.Stone Schildroth........637 2.Drew Peterson ..........545 3.Cody Barnes .............462 4.Rodney Barnes .........516 5.Reiley Hanson...........340 6.Krista Knupp..............288 Quad A 1.John Benda ...............658 2.Kyle Burnham............589

Quad B 1.Gramm Meyer ...........642 2.Keaton Sterk .............363 Quad C 1.Cole Borowiak ...........752 2.Josh Beukema ..........748 Quad A Prod 1.John Benda ...............612 2.Kyle Burnham............590 Quad B/C Prod 1.Gramm Meyer ...........642 2.Keaton Sterk .............356

Hillclimb

Micro Mini 1.Bodee Oneil ................99 2.Cody Paider ................89 65cc 1.Casey Paider .............111 2.Bodee Oneil ................64 3.Kaden Funk.................60 4.Cody Paider ...............54. 5.Damion Huppert ..........47 Mini Jr 1.Casey Paider.............125 2.Kaden Funk.................62 3.Damion Huppert ..........37 4.Bodee Oneil ................24 5.Brandon Donahue .......14 Mini Sr 1.Jason Laven..............130 2.Nathan Prebe ............129 3.Luke Cipala ...............115 4.Taylor Oneil .................88 5.Landon Gilbertson Jr...77 6.Morgan Wheelwright ...60 125 1.Andy Eichinger ..........101 2.Nathan Prebe ..............93 3.Casey Wood................87 4.Jessica Prebe..............85 5.Taylor Oneil .................78 6.Luke Cipala .................73 7.Logan Peterson...........69 200 1.Bradley Marking ..........96 2.Jeff Jack ......................96 3.Reed Lexvold ..............70 4.Jason Laven................66 5.Gabrielle Prebe ...........65 6.Taylor Oneil .................50 7.Benjamin Parmeter .....48 250 1.Luke Parmeter.............89 2.Andy Eichinger ............64 3.Nathan Prebe ..............59 4.Aaron Prebe ................53 5.Carson Curtis ..............50 450 1.Jared Gitter .................95 2.Luke Parmeter.............78 3.Jacob Prebe ................63

4.Zachary Degross.........55 5.Eric Wheelwright .........50 6.Aaron Prebe ................48 7.Benjamin Parmeter .....42 600 1.Zachary Degross.......101 2.Jared Gitter .................72 3.Luke Parmeter.............67 4.Mike Wood ..................60 5.Jacob Prebe ................48 750 1.Luke Parmeter...........120 2.Chad Meyer.................49 3.Tc Allen........................21 Open.. 1.Zachary Degross.......107 2.Jared Gitter .................96 3.Dave Jelinek................31 86-600 4-stroke.. 1.Luke Parmeter.............96 2.Zachary Degross.........87 3.Aaron Prebe ................77 4.Jared Gitter .................68 5.Benjamin Parmeter .....49 Sr.. 1.Mike Wood ................120 2.Corey Oneil .................72 3.Jason Brookshaw........70 4.Eric Wheelwright .........68 5.Mark Nielsen ...............65 Stock 0-400.. 1.Jeff Jack ......................89 2.Jacob Prebe ................66 3.Dennis Sussek ............42 4.Daniel Shaha...............26 5.Mike Foley ..................24 Stock 401- up.. 1.Zachary Degross .......110 2.Lemar Hines................71 3.David Donahue ...........33 4.Jeff Jack ......................29 5.Josh Brookshaw..........27 Super Sr... 1.Jeff Jack ......................98 2.Mike Bronk ..................89 3.Brian Kinney................40 80-open.. 1.Zachary Degross.........78 2.Luke Parmeter.............76 3.Jared Gitter .................73 4.Mike Wood ..................60 5.Jacob Prebe ................44 6.Tyler Johnson..............37 7.Eric Wheelwright .........36

Enduro

250-OPEN A 1.Jd Friebel ..................225 2.Pete Laubmeier.........191 3.Ryan Moss ................129 4.Brian Niehaus..............46 5.Matt Harrington ...........25

VET A 1.Curt Shomberg..........189 2.Heath Drone..............180 3.Andy Jensen ...............41 SENIOR A 1.Jeff Magowan..............76 3.Brian Terry...................45 GM 1.Rick Kaczmarowski .....86 0-200B 1.Stan Szlachciuk .......228 2.Jared Brereton ............30 3.Jessie Caballero..........25 250-OPEN B 1.Scott Rohlfing............130 2.Vernon Scholl ..............68 3.Chris Cabellero ...........58 4.Dylan Narel .................30 5.David Lieck..................14 VET B 1.Brett Drew ...................51 2.Jason Hess .................44 3.Jo Kuick.......................25 4.Steve Roof ..................21 SENIOR B 1.John Buechner ............30 2.Joe Vandebecouer ......30 3.Pete Emme .................26 4.Louie Lauters ..............21 C CLASS 1.Kim Kaczmaroski ........43 2.Jay Mittelstaedt ...........21

Hare Scramble

+40: 1.Bill Ries .....................201 2.Buck Benson .............190 3.Chris Halverson...........97 4.Joe Vadeboncoeur ......91 5.David Donahue ...........64 AA: 1.JD Friebel..................270 2.Robert Kau ................180 3.Eric Mischler..............171 4.Mat Herrington ..........165 5.Pete Laubmeier.........103 A: 1.John Buechner ..........209 2.Mark Sheppard..........130 3.Frank Caballero.........117 4.Joe Chwala ...............106 5.Dylan Narel .................78 6.Jeff Schmidt ................73 7.Scott Rohlfing..............68 B: 1.James Williams .........206 2.Jared Brereton ..........186 3.Rory Agnew...............181 4.Lucas Agnew.............159 5.Delwyn Todd..............122 6.Steve Roof ................102 7.Scott Krausse..............81 CYCLE USA, December 2012

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Hare Scramble, cont.. C: 1.Jonathan Geary.........203 2.Karl Lueschow...........192 3.Collin Buth.................144 4.Jay Mittelstaedt .........116 5.Matthew Sather .........107 6.Trey Waage...............101 7.John Podoll ...............100 +50: 1.Jorge Caballero.........132 2.Mike Jazwiecki ............61 3.Larry Steuck ................55 3.John Montgomery .......55 50cc: 1.Brock Lueschow........217 2.Will Halverson ...........180 3.Rex Valek ..................160 4.Emily Backus...............98 5.Erik Mikelson...............90 6.Mark Backus ...............47 85cc: 1.Sam Wolf...................126 2.Brandon Donahue .......67 3.Collin Jahns.................55 4.Nicholas Ahnen ...........51 65cc: 1.Hunter Fischer...........270 2.Tyler Lueschow .........188 3.Mark Backus ...............61 4.Loyal Prach .................39 5.Mason French .............30 Women: 1.Amy Fischer ..............250 2.Kimberly Deschler .....101 3.Bailey Donahue...........60

Dirt Track:

4 stroke 50cc 1.Ezra Brusky...............236 2.Trevor Infalt ...............184 3.Ty Marshall ................115 4.Sutton Skodras............79 5.Christian Busler...........54 6.Xander Figliuzzi...........50 7.Zachary Busse ............38 85cc 1.Brady Lange..............262 2.Brooke Chromy .........228 3.Cody Funk.................129 4.Devin Massie.............119 5.Kennedy Litvinoff.........87 6.Blake Berry..................73 7.Mason Barth................54 505cc 1.Morgen Mischler........308 2.Alexia Hoffman..........168 3.Robert Reese ............149 4.Trey Johnson ............105 5.Eric Olson....................99 6.Mike Anschutz .............58 7.Michael Hunter ............38

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Vets 1.Jim Kirschbaum.........167 2.Patrick Stemper.........160 3.Todd Lefeber .............128 4.Tim May.....................116 5.Patrick Ryder.............102 6.Sergius Figliuzzi ..........96 7.Mike Anschutz .............88 50cc 1.Ty Marshall................304 2.Sutton Skodras..........106 3.Adom Marsch ..............76 4.Christian Busler...........59 5.Xander Figliuzzi...........59 6.Cameron Emerich .......56 7.Owen Blakey ...............45 Open Am 1.Morgen Mischler........287 2.Charlotte Kainz..........139 3.Alexia Hoffmann........137 4.Andrew Schleicher ....108 5.Patrick Stempar.........102 6.Trey Johnson ..............92 7.Eric Olson....................86 Senior 1.Jim Kirschbaum.........203 2.Mike Yogerst..............202 3.Todd Lefeber .............142 4.Patrick Ryder.............117 5.Tim May.....................113 6.Michael Hunter ..........107 7.Charles Dickenson ......92 Vintage 1.Robert Reese ............236 2.Todd Lefeber .............117 3.Danny Vrana ...............85 4.Chuck Dickenson ........85 5.Billy Vrana ...................68 6.Dan Murre ...................65 7.Terry Vestal .................58 65cc 1.Brady Lange..............325 2.Loyal Prach ...............229 3.Devin Massie.............206 4.Ava Stobb..................119 5.Kennedy Litvinoff.......100 6.Trevor Infalt .................97 7.Cole Anderson.............53 250cc 1.Morgen Mischler........308 2.Parker Lange.............252 3.Charlotte Kainz..........179 4.Andrew Schleicher ....142 5.Blake Berry................129 6.Zachary Ryan..............99 7.Brooke Chromy ...........85 Super Senior 1.Mike Yogerst..............267 2.Chuck Dickenson ......206 3.Kurt Seeman .............143 4.Tim May.....................112 5.Al Sumner ...................99 6.Ken Pesz.....................68 7.William Berger.............65 Quad A 1.Jacob Foti..................274 2.Brett Durant...............230 3.Chuck Calvert............222 4.Justin Jones ..............151 5.Rob Reitz ..................100 6.Matthew Matuszewski .67 7.Wayne Richter.............39 Air Cooled Prodution 1.Tyler Allen..................292 2.Hunter Schultz...........274 3.Nathon Newton .........124 4.Hayden Reitz...............90 5.Tyler Schrimp ..............53 6.Dylon Waldvogel .........42 7.Payton Hall..................33 Quad B 1.Jarret Marshall ..........264 2.Sherman Lackey .......254

3.Kenneth Remer .........245 4.Goerge McBride ..........81 5.Zachary Loomis...........67 6.Brian Sommers ...........62 7.Adom Smedborn .........51 JR Mod’s 4-13 1.Tyler Schrimpf ...........301 2.Tyler Allen..................289 3.Nathan Newton .........147 4.Tyler Jirousek ............133 5.Matthew Passig.........120 6.Lance Torp...................11 Open Quad 1.Jacob Foti..................270 2.Chuck Calvert............216 3.Kenneth Remer .........183 4.Justin Jones ..............123 5.Jarret Marshall ............74 6.George McBride ..........72 7.Timothy Loomis ...........46

Motocross

125JR 1.Dennis Ponton Iii .......705 2.Colin Hass.................625 3.Mason Persha ...........577 4.Brady Schernick ........523 5.Landen Mattson ........446 6.Taylor Brissette..........429 7.Blake Bocek ..............400 8.Hunter Sayles............356 9.Bryce Telfer ...............353 10.Tristin Fuerst ...........304 250 A 1.Nathen Laporte .........634 2.Jacob Vaness............606 3.Talon Bronk ...............516 4.Kyle Koosmann .........488 5.Colton Karl ................460 6.Dylan Narel ...............441 7.Marcus Markee .........390 8.Kyle Hameister..........357 9.Adam Reek ...............349 10.Eric Palosaari ..........325 250 B 1.Dennis Ponton Iii .......679 2.Shane Scott...............607 3.Kyle Ahola .................515 4.Antonio Gravedoni ....508 5.Jason Kidd ................442 6.Matt Livingston ..........345 7.Blake Bocek ..............326 8.Eric Anderson............269 9.Austin Childers ..........260 10.Andrew Draeger ......231 250 C 1.Brett Dauphinais........647 2.Brady Schernick ........589 3.Colton Bentz..............566 4.Shane Cooper ...........512 5.Tyler Koehler .............440 6.Jake Denison ............357 7.Ean Tobiason ............334 8.Charles Zanon...........307 9.Brendon Gille ............291 10.Reese Bakken.........255 +25A 1.Cody Wills .................635 2.Andrew Lieders .........552 3.Lance Lincoln ............482 4.Chad Nyberg .............347 5.Ben Bernard ..............346 6.Matthew Maier...........200

7.Dustin Pulley .............191 8.Kristopher Dubiel.......150 9.Chris Junkans ...........124 10.Bradley Behrens......100 +25B/C 1.Paul Sheldon.............559 2.Ryan Johnson ...........546 3.Andrew Draeger ........312 4.Matt Kohlmeyer .........157 5.Mat Herrington ..........150 6.Aaron Kania ..............140 7.Rex Rosner ...............134 8.Ryan Jorns ................122 9.Jake Smith ................100 10.Pat Kumm ...............100 65 7-11 1.Wyatt Liebeck............711 2.Tristin Woolf ..............594 3.Jonah Dowd ..............552 4.Kevin Gollubske ........506 5.Max Earley ................466 6.Luke Vanlyssel ..........443 7.Dawson Lincoln.........434 8.Damion Cornelia .......384 9.Rocco Gravedoni ......362 10.D.J. Gritzmacher .....361 85 12-15 1.Clayton Rankin..........637 2.Justin Bink.................546 3.Taylor Brissette..........533 4.Jacob Jesko ..............481 5.Landen Mattson ........473 6.Nicholas Vanlyssel ....461 7.Jared Feucht .............385 8.Scott Fifarek Jr ..........337 9.Dylan Densow ...........300 10.Jayden Graziano .....295 85 9-11 1.Mitchell Nooyen.........747 2.Seth Doeberlein ........637 3.Bailey Otis .................631 4.Jonah Dowd ..............603 5.Marco Gravedoni.......600 6.Wyatt Liebeck............534 7.Desirae Steier ...........500 8.Tristin Woolf ..............469 9.Max Earley ................370 10.Darren Feucht .........311 OPEN A 1.Jacob Vaness............565 2.Nathen Laporte .........559 3.Colton Karl ................541 4.Kyle Koosmann .........456 5.Dylan Narel ...............422 6.Marcus Markee .........379 7.Kyle Hameister..........333 8.Matthew Menzer........304 9.Adam Reek ...............290 10.Aaron Horack ..........263 OPEN B 1.Tyler Stoll ..................638 2.Antonio Gravedoni ....517 3.Michael Ziebert..........428 4.Matt Livingston ..........404 5.Taylor Strauss ...........402 6.Jason Kidd ................352 7.Casey Collegron........336 8.Austin Childers ..........279 9.Travis Kallenbach......275 10.Jacob Wunderlich....256 OPEN C 1.Colton Bentz..............654 2.Timothy Muhlenbeck .650 3.Brett Dauphinais........622 4.Shane Cooper ...........532 5.Ean Tobiason ............401 6.Tyler Miksa ................379 7.Jake Denison ............376 8.Tyler Koehler .............362 9.Matt Fisher ................307 10.Riley Telfer ..............273 50JR 4-6 1.Drake Dionne ............707

2.Nolan Schweighardt ..632 3.Nathan Postma .........540 4.Ethan Brissette..........538 5.Owen Haseleu...........529 6.Ben Blazek ................463 7.Keynan Miller ............457 8.Kaden Cronick...........425 9.Brody Tobianski.........392 10.Kaiden Snyder.........289 50 SR 7-8 1.Dawson Lincoln.........702 2.Luke Vanlyssel ..........689 3.Easton Block .............565 4.Logan Roberts...........522 5.Rocco Gravedoni ......514 6.Dylan Persha.............357 7.Taylor Luxem.............330 8.Gage Neubauer.........268 9.Jaybreal Mata............235 10.Eli Tetzlaff................214 QUAD A 1.Judd Skubal ..............594 2.Kyle Mathias..............455 3.Ben Kurtzweil ............254 4.Chris Mathias ............238 5.James O’dovero ........190 6.Jay Mittlestaedt .........139 7.Daniel Woodruff ........105 8.William Berger.............97 9.Jacob Powell ...............84 10.Kevin Schneider ........80 QUAD B/C 1.Kyle Kleiman .............696 2.Cody Kleiman............518 3.Tim Barker.................416 4.T.J. Smith ..................369 5.Derek Roller ..............296 6.Kevin Klinger .............235 7.Dustin Bennish ..........215 8.Perry King Jr .............182 9.Rowdy Jinsky ............174 10.Bret Beier ................150 SENIOR +40 1.Jason Heindl .............714 2.Jeff Mclain .................630 3.Matt Bronk.................577 4.Tom Ferguson ...........489 5.Cory Croschere .........442 6.Shawn Tovar .............363 7.Doug Forstner ...........314 8.Mike Schram .............293 9.Robert Renkas ..........284 10.Daryl Willing ............263 SENIOR +50 1.Jeff Mclain .................750 2.Jeff Ramsay ..............677 3.Jay Kidd ....................654 4.Wayne Slagle ............514 5.Mark Markee .............511 6.Mike Barta .................469 7.Wayne Welzien .........350 8.Dale Lardinois ...........316 9.John Schneider .........307 10.John Meehan ..........225 SPORTSMAN B/C 1.Shane Scott...............545 2.Kyle Ahola .................510 3.Colin Hass.................494 4.Mason Persha ...........457 5.Taylor Strauss ...........359 6.Ty Hennessy .............252 7.Chad St.Amour..........227 8.Justin Wolf.................206 9.Joe Haasl ..................205 10.Timothy Muhlenbeck196 SUPERMINI 1.Clayton Rankin..........666 2.Justin Bink.................541 3.Jacob Jesko ..............520 4.Chase Scott...............469 5.Brady Bill ...................279 6.Hunter Sayles............275 7.Michael Childers........269


8.Dustin Hafenstein......248 9.Dylan Densow ...........244 10.Trevor Edwards .......243 VETA +30 1.Lance Lincoln ............490 2.Randy Miller ..............447 3.Benjamin Schweighardt447 4.Darin Dionne .............385 5.Jason Heindl .............375 6.Ben Bernard ..............367 7.Mike Schram .............174 8.Rodney Vaneperen ...150 8.Chris Junkans ...........150 9.Rex Stephenson........150 10.Tom Kalies...............133 VETB/C +30 1.Matt Fisher ................533 2.Jeff Ramsay ..............497 3.Jake Gervais .............485 4.Shawn Tovar .............423 5.Greg Bink ..................360 6.Wayne Slagle ............313 7.Jack Smith.................294 8.William Balko.............234 9.Paul Geibl..................214 10.Thomas Wolf ...........203 WOMEN 1.Sierra Heindl .............694 2.Desirae Steier ...........607 3.Kendra Tutt................589 4.Chardae Tovar...........419 5.Sierra Dortch .............416 6.Amanda Belonga.......347 7.Brianna Otis ..............289 8.Tammy Flemming......264 9.Kendra Randrup........228 10.Abby Edwards .........228

Trials

Champ 1.Noel Smage ..............130 2.Alain Vande Walle .......55 Expert 1.Dave Jelinek..............167 2.Will Holasek ..............129 3.Paul Philbrick.............110 4.Alain Vande Walle .......30 5.Bryan Moenssen .........30 Advanced 1.Kevin Huber ..............245 2.Luke Littlefield ...........205 3.Mitch Plout ................140 4.John Archer ...............119 5.Adam Graham ...........118 Intermediate 1.Jim Voigtlander..........263 2.Ryan Vandenbrook....201 3.Peter Voss.................172 4.Andy Hackett.............168 5.Ron Rivenburgh ........136 6.Adam Gustafson .......125 7.Mike Mauritz................75 Novice 1.Keith Johnson ...........280 2.Dave Johnson ...........193 3.Ivan Amundson .........166 4.Ryan Rivenburgh ......128 5.Jake Poth ..................113 6.Scott Benkert...............81 7.Jeremy Voigtlander .....77 Women 1.Kira Raichert .............260 2.Kailey Rivenburgh .....210

3.Janice Wallerich ..........92 4.Deb Lashbrook............25 Youth 1.Mitch Littlefield ..........180

3.Jon Johnson Jr ..........114 Quad Open A 1.Brock Zychowski .......195 2.Josh Nyman ..............172 3.Kevin Martin ..............172 Quad Beginner 1.Danielle Flanscha......189 2.Amanda Flanscha .......18

Flat Track Awards

50cc Jr 1.Brady Karolevitz ........175 2.Lucas Logue..............149 3.Ginger Downey .........128 50cc Jr.Sr. 1.Brady Karolevitz ........172 2.Lucas Logue..............128 3.Ginger Downey .........100 50cc Shift & Shaft 1.Lucas Logue..............222 2.Joey Lindberg............102 65cc Mini 1.Nate Minster..............216 2.Amelea Hauer ...........114 85cc Mini 1.Jeremiah Linberg ......225 2.Nate Minster..............198 3.Zachary Bailey ..........136 80cc Open 1.Jeremiah Lindberg ....122 2.Nate Minster ..............113 3.Zachary Bailey ............98 MadDog 1.Daniel Bailey .............143 2.Jack Downey.............108 Vet 30+ 1.Wade Wessels ..........125 Senior 40+ 1.Kurt Seeman .............180 2.Tony Hauer................142 Quad Youth Sport 1.Ben Jenkins...............125 Quad Open Pro 1.Jordan Lokken...........184 2.Andrew Wendorff ......131 3.Nick Allen ..................109 Quad Open Pro/AM 1.Jordan Lokken...........186 2.Brock Zychowski .......128 3.Adnrew Wendorff ......127 Master 50+ 1.Kurt Seeman .............147 2.David Darsow ............118 3.Randy Thistle ............112 600 Vintage 1.Mike Schmidt.............133 Open Twin 1.Mike Schmidt.............133 250 A 1.Daniel Bailey .............136 Open A Amateur 1.Tony Hauer................147 Open Semi Pro 1.Cole Fealy .................137 2.Macintosh Mcgrew ....122 3.Elliott Darsow ............122 450 A 1.Elliott Darsow ............120 450 Semi Pro 1.Cole Fealy .................131 2.Macintosh Mcgrew ....125 Quad Mini 50/70 1.JP St. James ............196 2.Ayla Lokken...............213 3.Emik Hauer ...............138 4.Olivia Hauer...............114 Quad Mini 90 1.Zane Lokken .............213 2.Lilly Martini ................138

Hillclimb Awards

Micro Mini 4-8 1.Bodee O’Neil .............241 2.Cody Paider ..............201 3.Kyren Sunken............192 4.Mason Sullivan..........140 5.Jacob Berg ................120 6.Hayley Bach ................93 7.Steve Atherton.............85 8.Serena Atherton ..........81 9.Izaiah Thomas.............77 10.Leigha Grussendorf...55 65cc 7-11 1.Casey Paider.............233 2.Braiden Henry ...........216 3.Davis Sunken ............165 4.Colton Landwer .........132 5.Bodee O’Neil .............126 6.Kaden Funk ...............117 7.Patrick Mendele ..........99 8.Jacob Berg ..................75 9.Kyren Sunken..............69 10.Cody Paider ..............67 Mini Jr. 7-11 1.Casey Paider.............236 2.Braiden Henry ...........170 3.Davis Sunken ............169 4.Colton Landwer .........162 5.Cody Atherton ...........133 6.Olivia Bach ................114 7.Blake Atherton...........102 8.Kaden Funk...............101 9.Patrick Mendele ..........55 10.Damion Huppert ........48 Mini Sr. 12-15 1.Nathan Prebe ............220 2.Jason Laven..............218 3.Luke Cipala ...............198 125 1.Nathan Prebe ............207 2.Casey Wood..............169 3.Taylor O’Neil..............155 Super Senior 1.Tim Cain ....................229 2.Dan Mcmurlyn ...........177 3.Jeff Jack ....................154 Women 1.Casey Wood..............236 2.Jessica Prebe............216 3.Gabrielle Prebe .........203 200 1.Jeff Jack ....................142 2.Jason Laven..............138 3.Bradley Marking ........136 250 1.Marcus Winch ...........235 2.Steve Cain.................123 3.Nathan Prebe ............116 4.Logan Cipala ...............92 450 1.Jared Gitter ...............190 2.Marcus Winch ...........187 3.Jacob Prebe ..............150 4.Aaron Prebe ..............113 600 1.Marcus Winch ...........183

2.Zachary Degross.......174 3.Steve Cain.................138 4.Jared Gitter ...............128 5.Mike Wood ..................87 750 1.Corey Danberry.........198 2.Luke Parmeter...........150 3.Kaleb Northrup ..........134 Four Stroke 1.Zachary Degross .......211 2.Jared Gitter ...............169 3.Aaron Prebe ..............128 4.Luke Parmeter...........119 Open 1.Jared Gitter ...............209 2.Zachary Degross.......201 3.Corey Danberry .........116 Senior 1.Mike Wood ................208 2.Corey O’Neil..............151 3.Marc Nielsen .............150 ATV 1.Zach Diercks .............233 2.Austin Welch .............188 3.William Shaw.............152 King of the Hill 1.Zachary Degross.......163 2.Jared Gitter ...............156 3.Marcus Winch ...........154 4.Steve Cain...................82 5.Jacob Prebe ................79

MX Quad Awards

Quad 50cc Stk Ltd 4-8 1.Riley Butcher.............236 2.Tyler Lehmann ..........232 3.Grant Olson...............200 4.Vincent Callahan .......186 5.Tucker Anderson .......156 6.Erik Krueger ..............130 7.Trinity Togrerson........118 Quad 70cc CVT Prod 6-11 1.Gabriel Guenther.......226 2.Gabby Askelson ........198 3.Nathaniel Otte ...........190 4.Beau Tibbetts ............145 Quad 90cc Stk Ltd 8-15 1.Gavin Rowland..........250 2.Connor Worden.........219 3.Chancellor Sprague ..219 4.Alex Sleyster ...............92 Quad 90cc CVT Prod 8-15 1.Connor Worden.........232 2.Sloan Pittman............161 Quad 90cc Mod 8-15 1.Keegan Linsmeier .....219 2.Beau Tibbetts ............212 3.Brennen Sather .........206 4.Nick Otte ...................191 5.Austin Nevala ............171 Quad Youth Prod 13-15 1.Dominic Bartell ..........250 2.Jake Moeller..............193 3.Nick Nick Murdoff ......140 Quad 16-24 1.David Gay .................227 2.Justin Jacobsen ........194 3.Ryan Jeurissen..........110 Quad Open C 1.Cody Ditzig................231 2.Zak Skaudis ..............214 3.Zach Gerard ..............128 Quad 25+ 1.Trevor Fjosne ............219

Quad 30+ 1.David Gordon ............250 2.Brandon Lenk............198 3.Kevin Allex.................105 Quad 35+ 1.Roderic Bolstad.........175 Quad 40+ 1.Roderic Bolstad.........195 Quad Prod 450 A 1.Zach O’Mara .............208 2.Mike Barnhart............202 3.Travis Goor ...............128 4.Ryan Jeurissen ...........96 Quad Prod 450 B 1.Neil Larsen ................232 2.David Gay .................221 3.Tyler Pollock..............210 Quad Prod 450 C 1.Brandon Dufour.........239 2.Ryan Berns ...............210 3.Chris Wolbeck ...........203 Quad Open A 1.Trevor Fjosne ............217 2.Mike Barnhart............201 Quad Open B 1.Wade Reinke.............212 2.Justin Jacobsen ........188 3.Crystal Meyer ............186 Quad Utility 1.Dylan Rahn ...............250

Youth Cross Country Awards

Youth Enduro Premier 1.Travis Mathwig ..........180 2.Nathan Adrian ...........170 3.John Maki..................136 Peewee 1.Jack Maki ..................185 2.Kyle Becker ...............165 3.Jayme French ...........141 4.Dalton Kittock ............121 5.Brady kittock..............107 6.Roan Buchholz............92 7.Elijah Buchholz............92 8.Aundrea Artmann ........89 9.Keith Rother ................84 10.Drew Anderson..........53 Girls 1.Sarah Stronczer ........175 2.Allison Mathwig .........150 3.Emma Anderson........128 4.Shelby Reynolds .......114 Macro 1.Joseph Goth..............175 2.Tanner Tommerdahl ..160 3.Keith Rother ..............127 4.Jared Long ................109 5.Kaylee Rother ...........101 6.Colton Banks...............66 Micro 1.Ryanne Artmann .......145 Youth Hare Scramble Premier 1.Collin Maynard ..........205 2.Chaz Herzog .............201 3.Devin Winter..............195 4.Mitchell Thelen ..........175 5.Dusty Ruggeberg ......159 6.Colton Reschke.........156 7.Jonathan Theisen......147 8.Jacob Peterson .........129 9.Alex Tweeton.............123 10.John Maki CYCLE USA, December 2012

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Yth Country, Cont... Peewee 1.Jack Maki ..................240 2.Kyle Becker ...............208 3.Ross Niewoehner......168 4.Mason Theis..............152 5.Jayme French ...........135 6.Elijah Buchholz..........129 7.Kyle Magnuson .........123 8.Roan Buchholz..........108 9.Austin McCoy ............104 10.Josiah Van Moer .......97 Girls 1.Katie Vanderwerf.......240 2.Jessica Curtis............230 3.Miranda Tweeton.......187 4.Sarah Stronczer ........184 Macro 1.Justin Buchta.............225 2.Travis Illies ................174 3.Colton Banks.............125 Micro 1.Aiden Jowers.............230 2.Ryder Gerulli .............208 3.Cora Reschke ...........137 4.Alex Artmann.............130 5.Lucas McCoy ............126 6.Samuel Munson ........107 7.Jackson Moats ............99 8.Ryanne Artmann .........95

Motocross Awards

50cc Multispeed 4-8 1.Cole Marsolek ...........375 2.McCoy Leger.............375 3.Griffin Kinney.............354 4.Ashley Rasmussen ...324 5.Ethan Rennie ............264 6.Ryan Sheetz..............235 50cc Oil Injected 4-8 1.Cole Marsolek ...........375 2.McCoy Leger.............375 3.Griffin Kinney.............360 4.Ashley Rasmussen ...318 5.Brady Karolevitz ........294 50cc Premix 4-6 1.Domenic Hegman .....369 2.Griffin Kinney.............353 3.McCoy Leger.............347 4.Jacob McPherson .....338 5.Brady Karolevitz ........305 6.Blayz Weizel..............250 50cc Premix 7-8 1.Drew Sampson..........375 2.Dillon Nelson .............375 3.Gage Krech ...............338 4.Jacob Paige ..............322 5.Avery Long ................316 6.Brandon Nelson ........313 7.Trevin Nelson ............300 8.Cole Marsolek ...........226 9.Tyler Otterdahl...........220 65cc 7-9 1.Jaxon Opitz ...............363 2.Dillon Nelson .............360 3.Josh Fedder ..............343 4.Mason Grecula..........335

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5.Drew Sampson..........304 6.Nick Paige .................302 7.Weston Milas.............259 8.Avery Long ................254 9.Curtis Biorn ...............248 10.Gage Krech .............246 Schoolboy 12-16 1.Walker Kruse.............350 2.Aaron Lindell .............325 3.Kyle Lawler................301 4.Brady Miska ..............283 5.Alex Timmer ..............275 6.Mike Hemmerich .......266 7.Joseph Trom .............247 8.Joseph Jorgensen.....240 9.Brady Perlich.............226 Junior 14-16 1.Tristan Titus...............366 2.Alex Timmer ..............309 3.Sam Kemp ................279 4.Bryce Barney.............275 5.Jacqueline Riess .......231 6.Nate Myers................223 7.Mason Marty .............222 8.Myles Kragenbring ....189 14-24 A 1.Gavin Kadlec.............334 2.Matt Kline ..................317 3.Josh Virnig ................305 14-24 B 1.Brandon Schlegel......313 2.Tristan Titus...............297 3.Seth Felland ..............287 4.Ryan Merkel ..............262 5.Boden Smetana ........251 6.Alexander Linders .....218 7.Jacob Holm ...............217 8.Jacob Blanshaw ........214 14-24 C 1.Nolan Heppner ..........375 2.Brady Miska ..............335 3.Carter Reece.............323 4.Austin Kienast ...........287 5.Kellon Knutson ..........268 6.Alex Wolff ..................263 7.Brenden Sperl ...........248 8.Mariah Braastad........192 9.Myles Kragenbring ....144 25+ A 1.Matt Gamble..............322 45+ A 1.Chuck Thompson ......366 2.Richard Blaser...........345 3.Steve Annen..............337 4.Jack Parenteau .........274 45+ B/C 1.Rick Schugel .............357 2.Mike Rapp .................286 3.Raymond Riedl..........267 50+ Super Senior 1.Mike Mineheine .........366 2.Ron Heppner.............321 3.Mark Speldrick ..........310 4.Jack Parenteau .........293 5.Dave Hencir ..............239 55+ 1.Jerry Schulze ............363 2.Lynn Meyer ...............299 60+ 1.Lynn Meyer ...............272 Girls 9-12 1.Kourtney Trautner .....369 Girls Sr 12-16 1.Sophia Johnson ........375 2.Katherine Vanderwerf293 3.Kari Cunningham ......240 Women 1.Marissa Polencheck ..369 2.Allison Larson............355 3.Mariah Braastad........349 4.Jacqueline Riess .......289 5.Susan Voss ...............276 6.Amber Vargo .............274

7.Andrea Godfrey.........258 8.Sophia Johnson ........258 9.Katherine Vanderwerf207 10.Katelyn Stewart .......175 122cc-125cc 2-Stroke 1.Aaron Lindell .............349 2.Kyle Lawler................334 3.Joseph Jorgensen.....264 4.Brady Perlich.............253 65cc 10-11 1.Joshua Boaz .............366 2.Austin Aspros ............366 3.Zach Strecker............358 4.Alex Rasmussen .......269 5.Kaden Degenhardt ....267 6.Nolan Rommel ..........257 65cc 7-11 1.Joshua Boaz .............363 2.Austin Aspros ............363 3.Josh Fedder ..............331 4.Jaxon Opitz ...............318 5.Mason Grecula..........317 6.Nick Paige .................293 7.Curtis Biorn ...............266 8.Zach Strecker............263 9.Kaden Degenhardt ....218 10.Nolan Rommel ........214 85cc 9-11 1.Austin Aspros ............364 2.Jeremiah Titus...........309 3.Steve Posterick .........305 4.Aaron Boatman .........293 5.Seth Carpenter..........280 85cc 9-12 1.Noah McPherson ......375 2.Devin Stang...............356 3.Kole Lemcke .............320 4.Jeremiah Titus...........310 5.Austin Nelson ............267 85cc 12-15 1.Benjamin Adamson ...369 2.Noah McPherson ......348 3.Drew Slocum.............340 4.Evan Hills ..................326 5.Devin Stang...............289 6.Kole Lemcke .............270 Supermini 1.Benjamin Adamson ...369 2.Walker Kruse.............363 3.Evan Hills ..................332 4.Drew Slocum.............324 5.Brandon Wolff ...........276 25+ B 1.Matt Vodicka..............375 2.Cory Olson ................330 3.Jamie Koch ...............287 4.Beau Boenrner ..........281 5.Josh Neutgens ..........280 6.Andy Odencrans .......241 25+ C 1.Tony McTavish...........345 2.David Minter ..............343 3.Dustin Mahler ............340 4.Ryan Rouillard...........291 30+ A 1.Frank Jackson .........361 30+ Vet B 1.Mark Arends ..............375 2.Matt Hills ...................342 3.Jamie Koch ...............293 4.Josh Neutgens ..........277 30+ Vet C 1.Randall Prozinski ......361 2.Ryan Rouillard...........339 3.Jerrod Remer ............334 4.Jesse John ................287 5.David Williams...........278 40+ Senior A 1.Chuck Thompson ......362 2.Richard Blaser...........312 3.Steve Annen..............298 40+ Senior B 1.Rick Schugel .............340

2.Sean Robertson ........325 3.Raymond Riedl..........266 40+ Senior C 1.Donny Hill..................344 2.Keith Buss .................328 3.John Novotny ............318 4.Dennis Block .............308 5.Randall Ross.............292 6.Mark Speldrick ..........275 7.Mitchell Trom.............270 250 A 1.Gavin Kadlec.............344 2.Connor Ahlers ...........324 3.Cole Felland ..............322 4.Weston Lind ..............263 5.Trevor Lind ................215 250 B 1.Seth Felland ..............296 2.Alexander Linders .....270 3.Jacob Blanshaw ........243 4.Boden Smetana ........228 250 C 1.Nolan Heppner ..........375 2.Reed Kannegiesser...329 3.Carter Reece.............313 4.Sean scott .................310 5.Austin Kienast ...........263 6.Alex Skelly.................208 7.Kellon Knutson ..........204 8.Dustin Mahler ............198 9.Jacob Paterson .........187 10.Nic Liebeg ...............180 Open A 1.Gavin Kadlec.............332 2.Connor Ahlers ...........310 3.Nate Kohnke .............292 4.cole Felland...............280 5.Josh Virnig ................242 6.William Doane ...........212 Open B 1.Brandon Schlegel......332 2.Mitchell Koester.........270 3.Alexander Linders .....266 4.Jacob Holm ...............234 Open C 1.Nolan Heppner ..........375 2.Reed Kannegiesser...336 3.Don Posterick............309 4.Jacob Paterson .........358 5.Mason Marty .............245

Enduro Awards

Enduro Champion Nathan Ferderer...........150 AA 1.Joe Martinson............117 2.Craig Holasek............115 3.Zach Martinson .........106 200 A 1.Tyler Pogreba............140 250 A 1.Mitch Watson ............140 2.Todd Mathwig ............119 Open A 1.Nate Zambon ............155 2.Alex Martinson ..........131 3.Mike Heuer................101 Vet A 1.Brandon Hansen .......136 2.Andy Goble ...............102 3.Jason Goth..................97 4.Garret Hansen.............83 Senior A 1.Pat Adrian..................145

2.Jay Waalen ...............122 3.Kraig Hinkemeyer......112 4.David Voss ................104 5.Brian D Grote ..............92 6.Rob Martinson.............63 Super Senior A 1.Robert Swift...............146 2.Dave Schreiner .........145 3.Kenton Goble ............126 4.Kraig Anderson............99 200 B 1.Austin Pogreba..........150 2.Mark Schreiner..........141 250 B 1.Patrick Schoen ..........150 2.Dylan Radtke.............122 3.John Schmalenberg ....97 4.Alex Wink ....................85 Open B 1.Jonathan Banks ........141 2.Joseph Copley ..........109 3.Daniel Ekstrom............90 Vet B 1.Chad Tupper .............155 2.Mike Nash .................123 3.Jerret Thiseth ..............65 Senior B 1.Jeff Roy .....................145 2.James Kittock............135 3.Jamie Kilgore.............110 4.Kurt Olsen ...................95 5.Tom Burns ...................86 6.Alan Wallner ................80 7.Gary Walton ................69 8.Kevin Hufnagle............62 Super Senior B 1.Paul Schommer.........150 2.Kent Schnaith..............90 3.Michael Pohl................66 200 C 1.Cody Nash ................145 2.Adam Falk .................132 3.Logan Kittock ............124 250 C 1.Gavin Clemmons.......140 2.Clayton Goenner .........65 3.Coleman Goenner.......64 4.Brady Goenner............50 Vet C 1.Jesse Szykulski .........115 2.Christian Gendron .......86 Senior C 1.Robert Hammerlund..150 2.Keith Wiger................136 3.Blair Reuther ...............71 Masters 1.Steve Reschke ..........155 2.Len Fazendin ............145 3.Don Krueger..............120 Womens 1.Kristi Grote ................150 2.Sarah Rono ...............145 3.Wassana Kiewnoi........86 4.Anna Sandry ...............82 5.Bernice Wiger..............81 Junior 1.Travis Mathwig ..........155 2.Cole Nash .................129 3.Alexander Wallner .....114 4.Nehemiah Buchholz ..102 5.Allison Mathwig ...........73 6.Nathan Adrian .............68


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HS Champion 1.Nathan Ferderer........225 AA 1.Dennis Lau ................192 2.Peter Graves .............176 3.Luke Wilder ...............149 200 A 1.Tyler Pogreba............231 250 A 1.Mitch Craven .............197 2.Daniel Robin..............190 3.Mitchell Watson .........177 Open A 1.Nathan Zambon ........226 2.Garrett Hansen..........216 3.Robert Newport .........157 Vet A 1.Brandon Hansen .......225 2.Dan Magnuson..........168 3.Jason Gerken............147 Senior A 1.Dan Illies ...................236 2.Allen Jenrich..............188 3.David Voss ................150 Super Senior A 1.Dave Schreiner ........245 2.Kraig Anderson..........186 3.Steve Reschke ..........168 200 B......................Points 1.Ryan Sand ................217 2.Austin Pogreba..........200 3.Tanner Huotari...........187 250 B 1.Drey Lacroix ..............214 2.Peter Nickel Jr...........180 3.Alex Campbell ...........171 Open B 1.Daniel Ekstrom..........171 2.Joseph Copley ..........141 3.Brian Wagner ............137 Vet B 1.John Niewoehner ......147 2.Matt Stukel ................114 3.Ryan Musterman .......113 Senior B 1.Joe Bauer..................231 2.Russell Thies.............172 3.Steven Lindemer .......149 4.Chris Peterson ..........146 5.Kurt Olsen .................142 Super Senior B 1.Paul Schommer.........185 Junior 1.Mitchell Thelen ..........200 2.Chaz Herzog .............192 3.Nehemiah Buchholz ..188 200 C 1.Christopher Tomolillo.225 2.Trevor Archibald ........207 3.Nicholas Swenson.....185 250 C 1.Ben Kortbein .............179 2.Nicholas Holm ...........163 3.Josh Clark .................138 Open C 1.Joel Pyfferoen ...........228 2.Luke Chase ...............202 3.Mark Vanderwerf .......125 Vet C 1.Tony Blake.................216 2.Christopher Munson..139 3.Jason Eggert ...............81 Senior C 1.Carl Evers .................184

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2.Mike Osowski ............181 3.John Buchta ..............175 Super Senior C 1.Leon Maynard ...........235 2.Terry Wagoner...........195 3.Evaristo Giuliani ........150 Masters 1.Len Fazendin ............245 2.Donald Krueger .........189 3.Jim Erickson..............161 Women 1.Mary Schreiner..........240 2.Katherine Vanderwerf146 3.Kristi Grote ................122

Hillclimb

50cc 1.Bennett, Brodie .........495 2.Aliprandini, Jaydn......433 3.Brown, Christopher ...128 4.Garriott, Cale.............128 5.Benefiel, Checotah......57 65cc 1.Stear, Gage ...............443 2.Peters, Levi ...............430 3.Bell, Derick ................430 4.Fortner, Andrew.........291 5.Bennett, Brodie .........278 6.McGurer, Lilah...........273 7.Aliprandini, Jaydn......231 8.Garriott, Cline ............134 9.Brian, Jonathon .........130 10.Bowyer, Blake ...........98 85cc Jr. 1.Peters, Levi ...............505 2.Fortner, Andrew.........421 3.Bell, Derick ................343 4.Brian, Jonathon .........327 5.Stear, Gage ...............291 6.Aliprandini, Jaydn......216 7.McGurer, Lilah...........204 8.Garriott, Clint ...............93 9.Bowyer, Blake .............84 10.Bennett, Brodie .........61 85cc Sr. 1.Bell, Jacob.................490 2.Harnish, Alissa ..........303 3.Bowyer, Clay .............155 4.Watson, Dakota J......131 5.Stidham, Taylor ...........97 6.Garriott, Clint ...............50 7.Beard, Dakota .............25 8.Holycross, Garett ........21 125cc 1.Galloway, Kyle...........396 2.Learnard, Lucas ........349 3.Steinacher, Marty ......161 4.Brian, Jonathon ...........50 5.Beard, Dakota .............40 6.Lawson, Blair...............39 7.Nettrouer, Kody ...........25 200cc 1.Shutt, Brian ...............382 2.Jack, Jeff ...................240 3.Klett, Keith.................183 4.Morris, Stacey ...........122 5.Bennett, Ronnie ..........55 250cc 1.Peters, Matt...............467 2.McGurer, Joseph.......433 3.Creek, Jon.................376 4.Steinacher, Marty ......302

5.Fortner, Robert ..........193 6.Harnish, Kodi.............153 7.Brady, Dylan..............104 450cc 1.Peters, Matt...............456 2.Gorsuch, Kirk ............347 3.Brady, Dylan..............310 4.Bennett, Ronnie ........176 5.Petty, Alan ...................61 6.Sarver, Mike ................53 7.Huizenga, Christopher 40 600cc 1.McGurer, Joseph.......490 2.Fortner, Andy.............292 3.Camerer, Troy ...........262 4.Creek, Jon.................246 5.Brady, Dylan..............246 6.McKay, Jared ............243 7.Galloway, Kyle...........225 750cc 1.Hillard, Paul...............150 2.Sarver, Mike ................55 3.Lines, Larry .................16 Open 1.Petty, Alan .................405 2.Klett, Brian.................277 3.McKay, Jared ..............80 4.Dunbar, Greg...............60 Senior +40 1.Peters, Matt...............458 2.Fortner, Andy.............399 3.Creek, Jon.................350 4.Pulver, Michael..........251 5.Petty, Scott ................186 6.Brady, Kelly ...............135 7.Brady, John .................68 Super Senior +50 1.Petty, Scott ................300 2.Klett, Keith.................291 3.Jack, Jeff ...................182 4.Duncan, David.............21 5.Geyer, Jay ...................18 6.Dillon, Randall .............16 400cc Stock 1.Fortner, Andy.............450 2.Camerer, Troy ...........443 3.Galloway, Kyle...........334 4.Steinacher, Marty ......281 5.Pulver, Michael..........215 6.Harnish, Kodi.............167 7.Garriott, Cole.............157 Open Stock 1.McGurer, Joseph.......424 2.Pulver, Michael..........251 3.Brown, Tom Kieth ......153 4.Brown, Chris..............151 5.Petty, Alan .................122 6.McKay, Jared ............103 7.Brown, Zack ................75 600cc 4-Stroke 1.Gorsuch, Kirk ............435 2.Camerer, Troy ...........369 3.Klett, Brian...................88 4.Harnish, Kodi...............79 5.Bowerman, Craig ........50 6.Huizenga, Christopher 42 7.Jack, Jeff .....................20 2-Stroke Quad 1.Hillard, Paul...............278 2.Garriott, Wade ...........182 3.Zimmerman, Evan.....168 4.Garriott, Ryan............150 5.Bowyer, Chad ............117 6.Reece, John ..............110 7.Middleton, Scott ..........97 4-Stroke Quad 1.Ramey, Jeff ...............330 2.Timmins, Jody ...........110 3.Sosbe, Jason ............100 4.Brown, Zack ................93 5.Kerkhoft, Austin ...........84 6.Massey, R.J.................76 7.Newnum, Matt .............60

Women 1.Harnish, Alissa ..........395 2.McGurer, Lilah...........359 3.Morris, Stacey ...........290 4.Herold, Kendra ............55 5.Lawson, Blair...............46 6.Cox, Amber .................24

Hillclimb

50cc 1.Bennett, Brodie .........500 2.Aliprandini, Jaydn......437 3.Young, Alivia..............169 4.Wilson, Gage.............144 5.Groth, Kody .................77 6.Dukes, Ian, Jr ..............49 7.Walker, Brenden..........42 65cc 1.Stear, Gage ...............452 2.Bell, Derick ................434 3.Peters, Levi ...............425 4.Fortner, Andrew.........292 5.Bennett, Brodie .........281 6.McGurer, Lilah...........269 7.Aliprandini, Jaydn......232 85cc Jr. 1.Peters, Levi ...............505 2.Fortner, Andrew.........437 3.Bell, Derick ................340 4.Brian, Jonathon .........323 5.Stear, Gage ...............289 6.McGurer, Lilah...........206 7.Aliprandini, Jaydn......203 85cc Sr. 1.Bell, Jacob.................485 2.Hutton, Reece ...........319 3.Harnish, Alissa ..........305 4.Hirsch, Clayton..........240 5.Watson, Dakota.........131 6.Rohr, Skyler.................89 7.Wheelwright, Morgan ..72 125cc 1.Galloway, Kyle...........396 2.Learnard, Lucas ........324 3.Steinacher, Marty ......158 4.Davis, Kirklund ..........110 5.Hutton, Reece .............99 6.King, Tanner ................86 7.Wheelwright, Morgan ..85 200cc 1.Shutt, Brian ...............373 2.Jack, Jeff ...................240 3.Klett, Keith.................183 4.Morris, Stacey ...........138 5.Tackitt, Jacob.............115 6.Ashworth, Lakota ........96 7.Bennett, Ronnie ..........55 250cc 1.Peters, Matt...............467 2.McGurer, Joseph.......437 3.Creek, Jon.................372 4.Steinacher, Marty ......300 5.Fortner, Robert ..........193 6.Brown, Jarred............158 7.Harnish, Kodi.............150 450cc 1.Peters, Matt...............447 2.Gorsuch, Kirk ............359 3.Jenner, Cody .............323 4.Brady, Dylan..............320 5.Bennett, Ronnie ........192

6.Denson, Josh ............180 7.Mathewson, Chuck....170 600cc 1.McGurer, Joseph.......495 2.Denson, Josh ............354 3.Fortner, Andy.............289 4.Jenner, Cody .............264 5.Camerer, Troy ...........257 6.Creek, Jon.................255 7.Brady, Dylan..............251 750cc 1.Hillard, Paul...............150 2.See, Michael ...............87 3.Sarver, Mike ................55 4.Jacobs, Kyle................46 5.Haas, Lloyd .................30 Open 1.Klett, Brian.................252 2.McKay, Jared ..............80 3.Schultz, Wade .............60 4.Swanson, Derek..........21 5.Haas, Lloyd .................21 6.Bohannon, Keegan .....18 7.Ulve, Kyle ....................18 Senior +40 1.Peters, Matt...............453 2.Fortner, Andy.............395 3.Creek, Jon.................362 4.Pulver, Michael..........251 5.Petty, Scott ................165 6.Schultz, Wade ...........147 7.Brady, Kelly ...............134 Super Senior +50 1.Petty, Scott ................270 2.Klett, Keith.................270 3.Peters, Mark ..............211 4.Jack, Jeff ...................182 5.Rollins, Tom...............122 6.Cadle, Guy ..................73 7.Carlock, Denny............58 400cc Stock 1.Fortner, Andy.............459 2.Camerer, Troy ...........443 3.Galloway, Kyle...........325 4.Steinacher, Marty ......282 5.Pulver, Michael..........215 6.Harnish, Kodi.............151 7.Truelove, Sheldon .....138 Open Stock 1.McGurer, Joseph.......415 2.Bell, Steve .................279 3.Pulver, Michael..........251 4.McKay, Jared ............133 5.Cadle, Guy ..................45 6.Hackbarth, Paul...........41 7.Brady, Kelly .................37 600cc 4-Stroke 1.Gorsuch, Kirk ............444 2.Camerer, Troy ...........376 3.Jenner, Cody .............280 4.Denson, Josh ............200 5.Mathewson, Chuck....183 6.Senn, Robert .............116 7.Groth, Andrew............111 2-Stroke Quad 1.Hillard, Paul...............248 2.Newnum, Matt .............62 3.Cox, Amber .................14 4-Stroke Quad 1.Ramey, Jeff ...............330 2.Massey, R.J.................76 3.Newnum, Matt .............60 4.Boone, Nathaniel.........15 Women 1.Harnish, Alissa ..........400 2.McGurer, Lilah...........363 3.Morris, Stacey ...........290 4.Ashworth, Lakota ......251 5.Klett, Elizabeth ..........148 6.Shafer, Lauren...........119 7.Schultz, Emily............110


Enduro

Overall A 1.Jeff Fredette ..............200 2.Ryan Moss ................139 3.Chase Robinson........136 4.Anthony Krivi .............102 5.Dave Edsall .................90 6.Tom Elliott....................86 7.Darren Morgan ............69 Overall B 1.Paul Fabrizius ...........173 2.Steve Fabrizius .........105 3.Kurt Marsan...............101 4.Bill Elliot.......................89 5.Neal Haarman .............85 6.John Burge..................71 7.Austin Sanders............69 AA 1.Jeff Fredette ..............206 2.Ryan Moss ................156 3.Kiel Mueller .................94 4.Pete Laubmeier...........62 5.Tim Taber ....................60 6.Brian Niehaus..............58 7.Heath Drone................56 C 1.Andrew Ridenour ......165 2.Dillon Morgan ............149 3.Stephen Wilkins ..........78 4.Jarred Hall...................70 5.Jeff Fink.......................47 6.Steve Pawlak Jr ..........45 7.David Villadonga .........31 200 B 1.Nick Graf ...................217 2.Stan Szlachciuk.........170 3.Dean Fiene................157 250 A 1.Chase Robinson........208 2.Anthony Krivi .............183 3.Braxton Dallas.............30 4.Nicholas Eckermann ...16 5.Robert Kau ..................15 6.Colton Edsall ...............11 250 B 1.John Burge................165 2.Steve Fabrizius .........154 3.Vern Scholl ................147 4.Chris Caballero ..........72 5.Ryan Watson...............30 6.Drew Durr....................25 Open A 1.Dave Edsall ...............204 2.Micah Statler .............174 3.Mike Schramer ............88 4.Curt Shomberg............71 5.Bryan Kalaher .............41 6.Tim Reid ......................36 7.Colton Edsel................30 Open B 1.Paul Fabrizius ...........221 2.Kurt Marsan...............166 3.Austin Sanders..........105 4.Tom Van Plew .............61 5.Ed Villadonga ..............58 6.Andrew Gore ...............38 7.Greg Cooke.................18 Vet A 1.Travis Held ................160 2.Nathan Rebman ..........79 3.Rob McGee .................66

4.George Bolek ..............54 5.Ryan Gusewelle .........44 6.Derek Toberman..........21 7.Stan Redell..................16 Vet B 1.Jerad Dobbs................81 2.Kenneth Mckeever ......62 3.Brandon Frizzo............46 5.Nick Blacklaw ..............25 6.John Hardin.................18 7.Brett Drew ...................16 Senior A 1.Tom Elliott..................173 2.Darren Morgan ..........163 3.Matt Adams .................82 4.Tim Hemstreet.............78 5.Tony Robinson ............88 6.Jeff Snedecor ..............61 7.Bryan Dixon.................51 Senior B 1.Neal Haarman ...........166 2.James Canterbury.....137 3.Bill Elliot.....................131 4.Joey Frey ..................121 5.Gregory Cooke ..........119 6.Greg Hunt....................55 7.Dennis Sanders...........53 Super Senior 1.Wally Mika .................172 2.Tim Graf ....................148 3.Tom Graf, Jr ..............145 4.Paul Biggerstaff .........116 5.DJ Ryan ......................63 6.Bruce Mueller ..............52 7.Jay Hall .......................51 Masters 1.Rich Mertes ...............235 2.Steven Pawlak ............58 3.Layton Erickson...........30 4.Quintin Davis...............21 5.Farrel Lord...................18

Hare Scrambles

201-Open B 1.Michael Dickson ........344 2.Riley Schuhler ...........272 3.Logan Kelly ...............248 4.Jon Adkisson .............245 5.Nolan Schuhler..........209 6.Andrew Beyers..........194 7.Cody Toal ..................192 8.Preston Enyeart ........191 9.Schaffer Finney .........180 10.Joseph Lombard .....177 201-Open C 1.Dalton Brough ...........357 2.Cody Rossmiller ........244 3.Craig Capps ..............143 4.Jeff Butenschoen ......140 5.Mitchell Ternes ..........135 6.Shane Bormann ........134 7.Dylan Broll.................120 8.Neil Irwin....................116 9.Grant MacEachern ....107 10.Chris Johnsen .........106 30+ A 1.Mike Lair....................271 2.Travis Held ................191 3.Jesse Keith................188 4.JJ Cones ...................148 5.Erik Olson..................124 6.Kris Nees...................104

7.Ryan Lair.....................89 8.Shane Harmon ............70 9.Tim Damron ................53 10.Paul Mitzelfelt............44 30+ B 1.Jerimy Hanlin ............596 2.Garry Gardner ...........289 3.Adam Cater ...............209 4.Kyle Stinebaker .........201 5.Joe Schradt ...............198 6.Luke Kaszynski .........149 7.Nick Blacklaw ............141 8.Brian Smith................103 9.Robert Orr .................100 10.Jerrod Marfell ............99 30+ C 1.Jack Hansen .............510 2.Ryan Winters.............448 3.Jim Mooney...............410 4.Craig Reed ................257 5.Lee Orme ..................190 6.Zachary Leeson ........171 7.Richard Oswald.........164 8.Mickey Johnson ........136 9.Sam Adkisson ...........134 10.Doug Piercy.............132 4 Wheel 30+ A\B 1.Mark Leischner..........297 2.Kevin Johnson...........236 3.James Suter ..............210 4.Bryan Wittersheim.....136 5.Timothy Volski .............97 6.Mike Davis...................21 4 Wheel A 1.Riley Brueggeman.....301 2.Brandon Haley ..........191 3.Bret Harris .................156 4.Scott Burkitt.................70 5.David Johnson ............62 6.Shane Gaunt ...............45 7.Jake Jochim ................32 8.Chris Breitwieser .........30 9.Kim Muzzarelli.............15 10.Calvin Young ...............9 4 Wheel B 1.Christopher Barnes ...178 2.Cody Gerdes .............131 3.Chase Pavelonis .........85 4.Doug Yunker ...............73 5.Clayton Curce .............40 6.Jerrod Thomas ............30 7.Craig Young.................29 8.Calvin Young ...............25 9.Joseph Schmid............16 4 Wheel C 1.Ross Gaunt ...............237 2.Scott McDaniels ........222 3.Joshua Moore ...........163 4.Edward Gimenez.......109 5.Travis Hardesty ...........80 6.Scott Hoerr ..................71 7.Joshua Wardell ...........68 8.Mat Elliott ....................55 9.Eric Wittersheim ..........50 10.Gregory Nichelson ....43 40+ A 1.Randy Southard ........461 2.Jay Hall .....................389 3.Gregory Gourley........330 4.Erik Olson..................266 5.Thomas Burtle...........223 6.Raymond Devlin........178 7.Tim Hemstreet...........171 8.Kenny Otterbach .......141 9.Jeffrey Snedecor .......136 10.Shawn VanAlsburg ..115 40+ B 1.Brian Roland .............445 2.Ed Howard ................413 3.William Horsley .........318 4.Andy Garecht ............308 5.Matt Wamhoff ............269 6.Douglas Propper .......158

7.Joel Huggins .............145 8.Justin Beighle............141 9.Stacy Stewart ............115 10.Anthony Leone ........104 50+ 1.Wally Mika .................510 2.Rick Mahrt .................484 3.Steve Bland...............423 4.David Moose .............411 5.DJ Ryan Sr................317 6.George Reimers........175 7.Dale Smith.................127 8.Gerhard Ward ...........126 9.Robert Marfell............118 10.Joe Pearson ............113 50cc (4-6 yrs) 1.Elijah Berryman.........570 2.Brody Phelps.............384 3.Grayson Plowman.....284 4.Zachery Johnson.......216 5.Carson Kellett............211 6.Ian Murphy ................151 7.Darrin Herman...........101 8.Cole Morgan................96 9.Will Swango ................56 10.Hunter Savage ..........46 50cc (7-8 yrs) 1.Lake Plowman...........537 2.Jaret Zoellner ............465 3.Jaycie Olsen..............429 4.Nathan Young............261 5.Jerimy Hanlin Jr ........215 6.Trevor Keogh ............196 7.Marisa Hanlin ............127 8.Jason Bahnik...............44 9.Drake Brummel ...........41 10.Drew Potter ...............26 65cc 1.Tanner Whipple .........553 2.Garrett Ward .............350 3.TJ Nees .....................211 4.Brenden Lawrenz ......209 5.Elijah Otterbach.........157 6.Anthony Stinebaker...153 7.Alex Moss..................124 8.Autumn Torres.............94 9.Thor Rick.....................69 10.Tanner Clark..............21 65cc Beginner 1.Blake Phelps .............510 2.Conner Mabus...........471 3.Robert Bland .............402 4.Jason Pelka...............277 5.Allison Roland ...........251 6.Derik Tippie ...............251 7.Carson Tippie ............200 8.Robert Lawrence.......199 9.Matthew Horsman .....186 10.James Adkisson ......172 85cc 1.Blake Ryan................481 2.Caleb Mabus .............458 3.Rylan Frankford.........298 4.Mason Schuhler ........290 5.Colin Lyon .................250 6.Colten Zuidema.........244 7.Luke Wamhoff ...........177 8.Michael Burtle ...........164 9.Jacob Rossmiller.......152 10.Douglas PropperII ...143 98-200 B 1.JJ Beighle..................552 2.Jarred Hall.................463 3.Luke Watters .............314 4.Drake Lineback .........175 5.Brayden Pickerill .......135 6.Brennon Kershaw........66 7.Bryce Olson.................55 8.Michael Sample...........52 9.Anthony Steinhauer.....25 10.Andrew Evans IV.......21 98-200 C 1.Colton Saylor.............399

2.Luke Kelly..................334 3.Jeff Gourley...............268 4.Cody Barnes .............240 5.Alex Roland...............237 6.Mason Schuhler ........218 7.Braxton Bill ................209 8.Tyler Cloyd ................202 9.Ethan Olson ..............191 10.Dylan Lyon ..............175 98-Open A 1.Travis Ward ...............397 2.Alec Perry..................371 3.Timothy Reid .............274 4.Colt Converse ...........252 5.Scott Sexton..............121 6.Steve Daniels ............107 7.Ryan Duff ..................103 8.Dave Edsall .................93 9.Stephen Stuenkel........92 10.Derek Toberman........88 AA 1.Cody Bollinger...........369 2.Austin Wells ..............243 3.Jeffrey Kaylor ............219 4.Kyleer Vance .............169 5.Daniel Janus .............164 6.Matt Dissell................160 7.Christopher Huffman .133 8.Ryan Moss ................123 9.Steven Willis..............115 10.Matthew Westlake ...111 Super Mini 1.Matthew McDonald ...495 2.Dalton Garecht ..........400 3.Colton Brough ...........380 4.Braxton Bill ................304 5.Cody Barnes .............270 6.Ronnie Beach............215 7.Eric Holaday..............109 8.Donovan Doughty .......64 9.Logan Wren.................53 10.Logan Housenga.......40 Women 1.Carley Foxall .............465 2.Tara Adams ...............433 3.Autumn Franklin ........348 4.Kimberly Chandler.....200 5.Susan Creek .............189 6.Kristy Roland.............187 7.Paige Garecht ...........105 8.Dusty Gabehart ...........74 9.Taylor Clark .................70 10.Kimi Gardner .............40

Trials

EXPERT 1.David Rohrschneider.240 2.Dan Loer ...................121 3.Alain Vanderwalle......110 SPORTSMAN 1.Ralph Littlefield..........207 2.Charlie Shanks..........129 3.Eric Cunningham.......126 4.Dan Schaidle .............110 5.Jim Schaidle................81 ADVANCED 1.Ryan Rohrschneider .215 2.Luke Littlefield ...........201 3.Kelly Diamond ...........174 4.Jeff Franklin.................96 5.James Abernathie .......52 CYCLE USA, December 2012

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D17 Trials, Continued INTERMEDIATE 1.Tim Freed ..................199 2.John Zigler ................182 3.Brandon Prouty .........130 4.Tito Nappi ..................100 5.Dale Prouty .................90 6.Ron Rivenburgh ..........78 7.Luke Cavil ...................58 NOVICE 1.Ryan Rivenburgh ......175 2.Dan Johnson ...............69 3.Jacob Loer ..................60 4.Mitchell Littlefield.........55 5.Tim Rash .....................25 YOUTH 1.Mitchell Littlefield.......150 WOMEN 1.Kailey Rivenburgh .....210 2.Deb Lashbrook............39 3.Kathy Haselton............37 4.Christine Sergison.......25 5.Kira Raichert ...............21 VINTAGE (advanced) 1.Brian Runyard ...........120 2.Clark Runyard .............55 3.Scott McKay ................25 SENIOR 1.Jeff Franklin...............135 2.Kevin Huber ................97 3.Dale Prouty .................79 4.Mike Brent ...................51 5.Jim Schaidle................30

Dirt Track

250cc 1.Blake Claeys .............322 2.Tyler Mink..................181 3.Ross Perry ................174 4.Alex Felland ..............143 5.Molly Terry.................137 6.William Kent ..............125 7.Allyx Camp ................122 450cc 1.Blake Claeys .............325 2.Steven Sandoval .......280 3.Alex Felland...............211 4.Molly Terry.................205 5.Erich Voitel ..................94 6.Clayton Clark...............91 7.Brianna Hazen ............77 50 Chain 1.Landon Drowns .........350 2.Oscar Young..............227 3.Craig TaylorJr ............149 4.Jacob Cecil................107 5.Brayden Brown............78 6.Cole Noreuil ................62 7.Blaine Root..................61 50 Shaft 1.Tyler Tidwell ..............287 2.Oscar Young..............272 3.Cayden Cox ..............228 4.Craig TaylorJr ............147 5.Brayden Brown..........104 6.Declan Bender ..........103 7.Adelle Rolofson .........102 65cc 1.Josh Cecil..................244 2.Kash Schnowske.......124 3.Alyssa Villarreal.........107

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4.Quentin Friday.............85 5.Landon Miller...............77 76-125 4 stk 1.Alex Sandoval ...........184 2.Braiden Cox ..............126 3.Clayton Archdale .........51 4.Colt Stewart.................20 5.Richard Kent ...............13 85cc 1.Kolton Featherston....320 2.Jake Fell....................276 3.Tanner Felland ..........264 4.Lukas Villarreal............97 5.Richard Kent ...............66 86-160cc 1.Gary RolofsonIII ........166 2.Chase Wright.............113 3.Lukas Villarreal..........103 4.Trent McVey ................27 5.Mason Krog.................13 Open 1.Blake Claeys .............277 2.Steven Sandoval .......273 3.Alex Felland ..............221 4.Molly Terry.................188 5.Erich Voitel ................119 Open Quad 1.Ryan Kaufman ..........232 2.Timothy Loomis .........213 3.Zachary Shaffer.........186 4.Neil Johnson .............123 5.Damon Brown .............88 Sen40+ 1.Greg Donley ..............191 2.Tony Watkins .............109 3.John Powell...............103 4.Marc Norenil................69 5.Tom McCarthy .............52 SS50+ 1.Joe Baggott ...............253 2.Randall Senneff.........205 3.Mark Sheppard..........153 4.Dan Little ...................119 5.Bob Crosby .................96 Vet30+ 1.Richard Kent .............147 2.Tony Watkins .............105 3.John Powell.................92 4.Lance Kent ..................87 5.Chad Richey................78 Vintage 1.Mark Sheppard..........214 2.Chad Stewart ............200 3.Gaylan Oros ..............144 4.James Hennenfent ....137 5.Joe Baggott .................63

Grand Prix

122-250cc 1.Travis Ward ...............169 2.Ryan Moss ................107 3.Daniel Janus ...............73 4.Jarred Hall...................46 5.Colton Beard ...............41 30+ 1.Ryan Moss ................135 2.Zeno Molteni .............128 3.Steve Perkins ..............89 4.Daniel Janus ...............85 5.Casey Rick ..................79

45+ 1.Gerhard Ward ...........162 2.Jay Hall ......................111 3.Frank Licastro .............53 4.Peter Witkowski...........34 5.Kevin Finefield.............32 65cc 1.Garrett Ward .............205 2.Alex Moss..................106 3.Thor Rick...................100 4.Carson Theyse............74 5.Jason Pelka.................31 85cc/Supermini 1.Ethan Theyse ..............99 2.Dylan Boyd..................73 3.Jacob McCarrens ........40 4.Douglas PropperII .......37 5.Thor Rick.....................32 Vintage 1.Craig Hayes ..............105 2.Brian Roland ...............76 3.Clint Schrieber.............67 4.Colton Clubb ...............37 5.Jeff Hartzell .................30

Stadium MX

125cc 1.Cory Catalani ............315 2.Robbie Hyson............300 3.Brian Krohn ...............275 4.Ricki Williams ............247 5.Kyle Moore ................206 6.Eric Mack ..................185 7.Jordan Mackiewicz....159 8.Maxx Malatia .............140 9.Travis Ward ...............138 10.Brett Guffey..............111 14-24 1.Mark Marincic............282 2.August Miksys ...........181 3.Harvey Bushby..........152 4.Logan Skaggs ...........148 5.Nate Hornung............133 6.Jon Williams ..............131 7.Jordan Mackiewicz....126 8.Colton Beard .............115 9.Travis Ward ...............114 10.Brian Krohn .............101 25+ 1.Tom Hofmaster..........306 2.Brian White................182 3.Matthew Carpenter....173 4.Chad Johnson ...........153 5.Justin Kelly ................146 6.Burton Lavens ...........128 7.Timothy Armstrong ....124 8.Zeno Molteni ...............76 9.Ross Martin .................56 10.Bill McCauley ............54 250 A 1.Tom Hofmaster..........280 2.Maxx Malatia .............255 3.Kyle White .................219 4.Chad Johnson ...........145 5.Jon Williams ..............130 6.Brian White................118 7.Scott Zont..................100 8.Erik Utech....................90 9.Cory Catalani ..............84 10.Jody Walker ..............79

250 B 1.Mark Marincic............306 2.August Miksys ...........252 3.Brian Krohn ...............228 4.Harvey Bushby..........205 5.Lucas Hayes .............196 6.Logan Skaggs ...........170 7.Colton Beard .............120 8.Jordan Mackiewicz....108 9.Mitch Cerda...............105 10.Nate McLeese .........100 250 C 1.Trevor Hayes.............395 2.Austin Beaty ..............244 3.Brandon Larson.........230 4.Jeremy Williams ........194 5.Derek Brueggert........193 6.Nick Blumer...............183 7.Brett Guffey ...............168 8.Chris Kincaid .............147 9.Sean Jersens ............142 10.Andrew Friebele ......137 30+ A 1.Tom Hofmaster..........240 2.Burton Lavens ...........207 3.Tim Damron ..............129 4.David Hayes..............103 5.Jim Cherry...................61 6.Larry Bank...................51 7.Jason Kloptowsky .......43 8.Raymond Tanguay ......41 9.Skee Hartmann ...........37 10.Chae Evans...............32 30+ B/C 1.Matthew Carpenter....306 2.Greg Pollak ...............294 3.Brian Carey ...............262 4.Kevin Quest...............257 5.Zeno Molteni .............208 6.Kenneth Malatia ........167 7.Ryan Webb ...............122 8.Luke Kaszynski .........102 9.Jesse Keith..................88 10.Douglas Harms .........87 40+ 1.David Hayes..............258 2.Burton Lavens ...........170 3.Troy Quest ................170 4.Greg Pollak ...............155 5.Frank Licastro ...........140 6.Steve Perkins ............129 7.Larry Bank.................100 8.Peter Witkowski...........75 9.Jason Urban................46 10.Randy Harper............36 4-Wheel A 1.Ethan Pickard............160 2.Justin Medine ..............92 3.Brian Perteete .............83 4.Devin Krontz................76 5.Adam Koehler .............54 6.Jacob Howald..............46 7.Nick Schoenhard.........33 8.Jason Klepacz.............31 9.Dillan Boeke ................27 10.Richard Olson ...........24 4-Wheel B 1.Brandon Cesaroni .....150 2.Zachary Kaczmarzyk...74 3.Teague Dickey.............70 4.Luke Meyer .................46 5.Joey Meyer..................46 6.George Cibon..............40 7.TJ Staver.....................36 8.James Klemm .............21 9.Ted Loomis..................20 10.Benjamin Deuerling...19 4-Wheel C 1.Kelton Zeman............187 2.Brett Rutherford.........141 3.Steven Bickett ...........122 4.Harold Hitchock .........113 5.Tyler Stenzel ...............86 6.Joe Witzel....................37

7.Aaron Maier.................18 8.Brian Stenzel...............13 9.Michael Wilson ............10 10.Nicholas Smith ............9 50 Jr 1.Krystian Janik............360 2.Will Swango ..............268 3.Zachery Johnson.......227 4.Caleb Donna .............227 5.Hunter Savage ..........170 6.Talan Zollers..............165 7.Ian Murphy ................164 8.Nicholas Stefancik.......98 9.Andrew Henschen.......87 10.Presten Zollers ..........83 11.Sadie Quest...............72 50 Sr 1.Ewan Krisch ..............325 2.Hunter Billingsley ......324 3.Cody Donna ..............255 4.James McDannel ......212 5.Thomas Wojtesow.....171 6.Ryder Beth ................169 7.Xander Travelstead ...116 8.Kevin Huddleston ......114 9.Radko Tomko ............113 10.John Perovic .............99 50cc 4-8 1.Brett Aimone..............325 2.Hunter Savage ..........324 3.David Frawley ...........285 4.Talan Zollers..............278 5.Drew Damron ............274 6.Caleb Donna .............268 7.Kasen Denault...........217 8.Andrew Henschen.....182 9.Sadie Quest ..............154 10.Presten Zollers ........152 65 Jr 1.Connor Mackinnis .....281 2.Ewan Krisch ..............267 3.Joseph Quest ............265 4.Hunter Billingsley ......246 5.Cody Donna ..............214 6.Noah Miller ................211 7.Tommy Fortune .........165 8.James McDannel ......153 9.Andrew Blumer..........130 10.Travis Wilkinson ......113 65 Sr 1.Conner Burger...........360 2.Nolan Dickinson ........312 3.Christopher Gallagher247 4.Scotty Scamen ..........236 5.John Greer ................219 6.Pierce Rogers ...........215 7.Garrett Ward .............152 8.Thor Rick ...................117 9.Tyler Rohl ..................109 10.Christian Swieton ......94 85 Jr 1.Noah Taylor ...............332 2.Shane Reilly ..............280 3.Conner Burger...........263 4.Nolan Dickinson ........247 5.Christopher Gallagher224 6.Matthew McDannel ...185 7.Scotty Scamen ..........161 8.Huntr Grampp ...........157 9.Shawn Thompson .....157 10.Austin Link...............147 25.Zac Batterham...........29 85 Sr 1.RJ Mackenzie............290 2.Chase Sexton............200 3.Chase Boykin ............183 4.Edward Lengwin........178 5.Nick Cutrone .............175 6.Dylan Roesch............162 7.Alex Oerkfitz..............159 8.Jacob McCarrens ......139 9.Dylan Boyd................130 10.Jimmy Epifanio ........111


Open A 1.Tom Hofmaster..........313 2.Maxx Malatia .............293 3.Kyle White .................208 4.Justin Kelly ................131 5.Brian White................113 6.Jon Williams ................98 7.Erik Utech....................92 8.Scott Zont....................81 9.Ross Martin .................60 10.Jody Walker ..............54 Open B 1.Ricki Williams ............281 2.Nate Hornung............190 3.Lucas Hayes .............173 4.Logan Skaggs............111 5.Jesse Keith................109 6.August Miksys .............54 7.Matt Dissell..................53 8.Joshua Stevenson.......51 9.Rick Nichol ..................44 10.Carlos Lopez .............38 Open C 1.Trevor Hayes.............385 2.Jeremy Williams ........233 3.Nick Blumer...............214 4.Austin Beaty ..............212 5.Nicholas Smith ..........209 6.Brandon Larson.........190 7.Andrew Friebele ........158 8.Kyle Blake .................152 9.Kolton Day.................149 10.Chris Kincaid ...........137 Super Mini 1.Chase Sexton............190 2.Chase Boykin ............178 3.Jimmy Epifanio..........137 4.Brian Krohn ...............120 5.Cody Barnes ...............89 6.RJ Mackenzie..............76 7.Gage Pace ..................73 8.Dylan Boyd..................64 9.Nick Wallace ...............46 10.Connor Mullowney ....42 Women 1.Alyssa Haling ............301 2.Kimberly Chandler.....222 3.Danielle Wilkinson.....146 4.Jessica Pozzani ........120 5.Samantha Mandelke .113 6.Taylor Venning.............94 7.Britney Perkins ............67 8.Kayla Miller..................64 9.Amber Logeland..........51 10.Dusty Gabehart .........42

Motocross

125cc 1.Paxton Kerber ...........511 2.Parker Smith .............505 3.Chance Trigalet .........354 4.Rodney Sullivan ........134 5.Trey Walters ..............125 6.Brennon Kershaw......124 7.Kyle Baum .................116 8.David McClain ...........112 9.Cameron Rybak ..........93 10.Logan Brennan..........85 14-24 1.Eddie Kline ................342 2.Jake Cinkus...............191 3.Logan Skaggs ...........148

4.Drew Jackson............143 5.Mark Marincic............141 6.Harley Kunkel............132 7.Skyler Harkless .........116 8.Ryan Padgett.............115 9.Austin Shelton ...........107 10.Brennen Sowarsh....101 25+ 1.Kirt Monk ...................421 2.Zeno Molteni .............329 3.James Hays ..............233 4.Justin Kelly ................191 5.Aaron Carter..............158 6.Tim White ..................141 7.Jeremy Smith ............120 8.Rocky Mason ............100 9.Ryan McClain..............96 10.John Medcalf.............93 250 A 1.William Buerster ........326 2.Ty Tyrrell....................255 3.Keeze Carver ............215 4.Quentin Jones ...........200 5.Joseph Dalzell...........143 6.David Howard............123 7.Vini Provenzano ........120 8.Blake Copeland.........108 9.Daniel Sanders..........105 10.Jonathan Six .............87 250 B 1.Parker Smith .............389 2.Brady Neys................263 3.Drew Jackson............219 4.Jake Cinkus...............187 5.Mark Marincic............167 6.Nicolas Falk...............146 7.Dalton Abbott.............146 8.Logan Skaggs ...........141 9.Brennon Kershaw......135 10.Stephen Stocklen ....131 250 C 1.Paxton Kerber ...........633 2.Chance Trigalet .........394 3.Eddie Kline ................353 4.Michael Prince...........281 5.Brett Bratsch .............256 6.Kelby Getz.................248 7.Bryce Cox..................223 8.Taylor McLaughlin .....213 9.Travis Johnson..........212 10.Austin Hansen.........199 30+ A 1.Kirt Monk ...................287 2.Tim White ..................126 3.Jeff Patel Jr ...............118 4.Randy Peek.................82 5.Jerry Samuelson .........66 6.Alex Rossetto ..............61 7.Joseph Buskirk............61 8.Jason Kloptowsky .......60 9.Greg Braet...................50 10.Aric Walton ................50 30+ B/C 1.Zeno Molteni .............506 2.Robert Moody............456 3.Keith Zersen..............416 4.Ryan McClain............395 5.Jason Gerling ............380 6.Tim VanBeveran........260 7.Brad Adams...............201 8.Eric Howe..................201 9.Steve Bell ..................161 10.Todd VanBeveran....156 40+ 1.Roy Nafzger ..............247 2.Jerry Samuelson .......172 3.John Stiles.................133 4.Tim Filippi ..................117 5.Brad Adams...............108 6.James VanSice .........103 7.Karl Racine................101 8.Chris Nodurft .............100 9.Ed Williams .................86

10.Randy Peek...............83 45+ 1.Don Large .................437 2.Andy Kooistra............369 3.David Seitz ................265 4.Roy Nafzger ..............264 5.John Stiles.................242 6.Brad Adams...............211 7.Jeffrey Curtis .............185 8.Scott Campbell..........174 9.Orville Kline ...............160 10.Gary Adams ............146 4-Wheel 300cc 1.Drake Koelling...........470 2.Cyler Jackson............373 3.Trace Jochim.............192 4.Marcus Misfeldt .........108 5.Josey Rumburg ...........94 6.Brody Lyall ..................93 7.Payden Lingle .............76 8.Grant Glashagel ..........73 9.Austin Warren .............70 10.Jacob Lincoln ............30 4-Wheel 90cc 1.Cyler Jackson............434 2.Jeffrey Ondrey...........392 3.Jacob Taylor ..............276 4.Marcus Misfeldt .........155 5.Gavin Mortensen.......128 6.Jacob Lincoln ............112 7.Roger Lyall ................109 8.William McKee ............94 9.Eli Lingle......................80 10.Ronald Placko ...........74 4-Wheel A 1.Jeffrey Agnew............280 2.Dustin Rhymer ..........165 3.Justin Daugherty .........84 4.Dillan Boeke ................35 5.Ethan Pickard..............30 6.James Herbert.............30 7.Brian Kinczfogel ..........29 8.Jacob Howald..............24 9.Joel Cooprider.............23 10.Devin Krontz..............22 4-Wheel B 1.Mark Dekker..............240 2.Michael Counts .........184 3.Bart Reed ..................183 4.Kristofer Wildhaber....143 5.Joey Meyer..................82 6.Shane Cornwell...........51 7.Brandon Cesaroni .......40 8.Luke Meyer .................34 9.Hans Schmidt..............33 10.Tyler Devall ...............29 4-Wheel C 1.Duncan Fincher.........551 2.Keegan Waggoner ....499 3.Michael Harn .............366 4.Jeremiah Seitz ..........276 5.Williams Lovell ..........262 6.Joseph Nemitz ..........240 7.Zachary Castleman ...210 8.Aaron Huffman ..........195 9.Mitchell Lankford .......185 10.Jared Clemons ........164 50 Jr 1.Colson Crouch ..........429 2.Gavin Batson.............345 3.Evan Entas................260 4.Jackson Colgan.........233 5.Andrew Hayhurst.......219 6.Caleb House .............218 7.Talan Zollers..............168 8.Nicholas Stefancik.....137 9.Adam Svub................125 10.Teegan Fleming.......119 50 Sr 1.Caiden Gerling ..........381 2.Clayton Anderson......332 3.Caden Cox ................201 4.Edgar Lewis ..............192

5.Brennan Wages ........184 6.Ewan Krisch ..............171 7.John Perovic .............166 8.Ryder Schnowske .....150 9.Radko Tomko ............119 10.Hunter Billingsley.....111 50+ 1.Don Large .................573 2.Orville Kline ...............556 3.Andy Kooistra............392 4.David Seitz ................342 5.Roy Nafzger ..............292 6.William Ziesk .............175 7.Joel McKeag .............174 8.Roy Bittner ................174 9.Gary Adams ..............150 10.Dave Suslee............125 50cc 4-8 1.Gavin Batson.............280 2.Evan Entas................255 3.Caleb House .............208 4.Talan Zollers..............207 5.Nicholas Stefancik.....153 6.Teegan Fleming.........126 7.Presten Zollers ..........117 8.Ben Dawson..............109 9.Tristan Dalton ..............96 10.Adam Svub................89 55+ 1.Henry Whitmarsh ......388 2.Gary Shewhart ..........342 3.Steven Medcalf .........164 4.Dave Suslee..............159 5.Kenneth Felgar..........121 6.Don Hachmeister.......113 7.Nick Lazzaretto ...........98 8.John Wiley...................97 9.Dave Antolak ...............89 10.Eugene Beccue.........82 65 Jr 1.Brennan Wages ........453 2.Colton King................349 3.Caiden Gerling ..........339 4.Kash Schnowske.......242 5.Cole Dekker ..............225 6.Braden Walters .........190 7.Edgar Lewis ..............182 8.Beau Noland .............144 9.Spencer Whitney.......141 10.Ryder Schnowske ...138 65 Sr 1.Derick Bell .................485 2.Gunner Schmidgall....353 3.Jacob McGee ............313 4.Dane Folsom.............298 5.Mason Moody............273 6.Adam Calcara ...........234 7.Landon Noggle..........107 8.Larry Smith................102 9.Kaile Williams..............83 10.Braiden Rife ..............62 85 Jr 1.Jason Gepford...........539 2.AJ Wrobel..................439 3.Derick Bell .................436 4.Tyler Evensen ...........419 5.Noah Taylor ...............375 6.Jacob McGee ............252 7.Kaleb Fulscher ..........213 8.Landon Noggle..........201 9.Kaile Williams............154 10.Larry Smith..............142 85 Sr 1.Noah Watts ...............494 2.Taiga Judd.................459 3.Jacob Bell..................333 4.Chase Sexton............320 5.Gage Noblitt ..............315 6.Brody Beck................207 7.Hunter Wilson............185 8.Brennen Shreeves ....149 9.Andrew Hughes.........140 10.Curtis Thompson.....134

Open A 1.William Buerster ........294 2.Ty Tyrrell....................286 3.Quentin Jones ...........159 4.Justin Kelly ................150 5.Jeremy Smith ............136 6.Keeze Carver ............124 7.Joseph Dalzell ...........114 8.Blake Copeland .........112 9.David Howard............106 10.Jonathan Six ...........103 Open B 1.Ricki Williams ............220 2.Brady Neys................197 3.Nicolas Falk...............164 4.Aaron Carter..............164 5.Drew Jackson............149 6.Dalton Abbott.............134 7.Brock Aleshire ...........102 8.Derrick Boyd..............100 9.Jacob Grafelman.........95 10.Cody Ruschke...........83 Open C 1.Paxton Kerber ...........603 2.Eran Salzmann..........310 3.Michael Prince...........273 4.Dylan Beccue ............242 5.Bryce Cox..................224 6.Kyle Mitchell ..............203 7.Taylor McLaughlin .....174 8.Brennen Sowarsh......160 9.Zack Fiore .................157 10.Skyler Harkless .......156 Schoolboy 1.Parker Smith .............476 2.Taiga Judd.................398 3.Chase Sexton............296 4.Paxton Kerber ...........156 5.Rodney Sullivan ........148 6.Caleb Talbott .............128 7.Jarred Berggren ........109 8.Carter Gordon ...........105 9.Chance Trigalet .........104 10.Wade Schnowske ...103 Super Mini 1.Noah Watts................411 2.Chase Sexton............280 3.Gage Noblitt ..............258 4.Jarred Berggren ........249 5.Hunter Wilson............239 6.Jeremy Rybak ...........217 7.Kaleb Fulscher ..........211 8.Jimmy Epifanio..........160 9.Carter Gordon ...........138 10.Jake Fell..................129 Vintage 1.Keith Zersen..............481 2.Tristan Smith .............431 3.Todd VanBeveran......389 4.Craig Curtis ...............260 5.Ricki Williams ............210 6.Kurtis Rizzolo ............186 7.Gary Shewhart ..........183 8.Samuel Sappington...163 9.Nathan McKeag ........151 10.Logan Brennan........115 25.Tim VanBeveran........27 Women 1.BriAnn Stiles..............221 2.Shaelee Harvey...........96 3.Jessica Pozzani ..........95 4.Missy Dowers..............70 5.Allison Walton .............54 6.Samantha Mandelke ...50 7.Haling Alyssa...............47 8.Skye Moore .................31 9.Amy Mellinger .............30 10.Kimberly Chandler.....26

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