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On The Cover: Mike Yogerst (12) and Jack Klein at D16’s Aztalan Cycle Club Short Track July 20th Photo by Dave Hollub

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The 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross season is highlighted by visits to every time zone in the U.S., from the shores of Massachusetts to the golden state of California. In addition, of particular interest to the Cycle USA readers, is the exciting return to Milwaukee, WI on the weekend kicking off January 31st. “The 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross season is set to host the most competitive racing action in the history of the sport,” said Feld Motor Sports’ Todd Jendro.

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Great Evening of Azzie ST

+30 racing with Sergius Figliuzzi (67), Aaron miller (79), and Patrick Stemper

Lake mills, Wisconsin - July 20 By Dave Hollub

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ith the heat wave finally breaking, Saturday night was so nice I couldn’t resist catching some great racing at the Aztalan Cycle Club’s short track. I pulled in just as the heat races were starting and right away knew this was going to be a fun, action packed night. As usual the heat races were exciting as racers made sure they not only got into the mains but that they were securing good gate picks. Once the heats were finished and the track received a quick once over the real racing began. Quad A took the track with eight riders lining up and when the green light flashed Jake Foti grabbed a handful of throttle and powered out front into corner one. Foti never looked back as he led all the way to the finish. Timothy Loomis ran second with pres-

Ty marshall won the 50cc 4 stroke

sure coming from Brett Durant and Chuck Calvert. Xander Figliuzzi grabbed an early lead in 50cc 4stroke with Riley Busse and then Ty Marshall chasing him. On lap three Marshall was able to carry more speed out of corner four and made a clean pass on Busse as they headed down the front straight. Marshall now put all his attention on Figliuzzi, and by the end of the next lap was breathing down his back. Marshall tried inside and outside, without much luck slipping into the lead until finally on lap six he went way inside in corner two to sneak out front. Marshall held on to the checkers for the win. Busse was able to hold off a late charge by Sutton Skodras to clinch third. When Super Sr lined up they were missing the familiar bike #20, Al Sumner, who had

gone down hard in the heat race but everyone else was ready to put on a show. Mike Yogerst launched out front but had pressure from Jack Klein, who was able to get by Yogerst on lap two. From this point Klein began opening up a gap as he cruised to the win ahead of Yogerst, Johnnie Baggot, and William Berger. Klein who had come up from Iowa with his son also finished second in Senior +40. Klein, “The Super Senior went pretty good, I got beat out of the start by number 12 (Yogerst). He was hauling all night, but I was able to move around him and secure a good pass. I put a little cushion on him and was able to ride it home for the win. In Senior +40 I got a little antsy on the start, they are not real pumped on that so they put me on the back row. After the first lap I was about sixth or seventh but I was able to work my way up into

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second before the finish. There just wasn’t enough time to catch the leader. It was a good track tonight, I was really happy with how smooth it was and a nice wide groove. This is my first time here since 1991, so it has changed a lot.” Dusty Klein got out front of the Open class and managed to hold off constant challenges by the threesome of Allyx Camp, Patrick Stamper, and Alexia Hoffmann. While the three changed positions throughout the race, the one constant was Klein out front. With two laps to go Ryan Hall went down coming out of corner four and despite being in the center of the track, he didn’t cause any problems for the rest of the class before he was able to get up and going again. Cole Anderson grabbed the fastest start in 65cc but by the time lap one was over he had Loyal Prach positioned on his rear wheel. Prach tried different lines for the next four laps, looking for any weakness in Anderson’s defense. On lap five as they went into corner two, Prach was able to keep that extra throttle twist just enough to sweep

around Anderson. Anderson never gave up and on the white flag lap they were less than a bike length apart in the back straight where a lapper almost slowed Prach enough to let Anderson retake the lead. Prach, “the track was kind of slippery and some people were crashing, but in my race I just held on and hoped for the best. Cole was really tough to pass because he was all over the place to stop me. I did my best and didn’t give up and finally got around him. I just kept watching the line he was riding and when I Sherman Lackey won Quad B got the chance I passed and racing here at Aztalan on Sunday. right away shut the door on him. Once again Aztalan proved why Right on the last lap I had Cole it’s Short Track is recognized as right on me but I had to get by the one of the premier tracks in the lapper. I went inside but there midwest, as riders complimented wasn’t that much room and we the track officials on a great night almost hit handlebars. I got by of racing. The next weekend of clean and held on. Thanks to racing will be August 17 and 18, Fuel Cafe, Ride, and my Mom with Saturday being a memorial and Dad.” race to honor Ron Bean, a longBy the end of the night everytime club member and dedicated one was out bench racing about racer. So why not mark your caltonight and past seasons, getting endar to come out and enjoy a ready for another great day of

Tim Loomis finished second in the open class.

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great weekend of racing. Saturday results: Yth Stk Quad: 1.Zachary Busse 2.Donnelly Whaley Air Cooled Prod Quad: 1.Tyler Schrimpf 2.Tyler Allen 3.Hunter Schultz Quad A: 1.Jake Foti 2.Timothy Loomis 3.Brett Durant 4.Chuck Calvert 5.Jarrett Marshall open Quad: 1.Jake Foti 2.Timothy Loomis 3.Chuck Calvert 4.Dave Bower 5.Scott Glynn 400cc Classic Quad: 1.Tyler Allen 2.Wayne Richter 3.Hunter Schultz Quad B: 1.Sherman Lackey 2.Steven Louis 3.Kenneth Remer 4.Brian Sommers 50cc 4 str: 1.Ty Marshall 2.Xander Figliuzzi 3.Riley Busse 4.Sutton Skodras 5.Theodore Bendykowski Super Sr: 1.Jack Klein 2.Mike Yogerst 3.Johnnie Baggott 4.William Berger 5.Stephen Wasser +30: 1.Patrick Stemper 2.Jim Kirschbaum 3.Sergius Figliuzzi 4.Patrick Ryder 5.Brian Martens Classic 250-400cc: 1.Randy Berry 2.Matthew Mcnall 3.James Mcdermott 4.Robert Ith 5.Timothy Roenneburg 50cc Shaft: 1.Sutton Skodras 2.Ty Marshall 3.Riley Busse 4.Xander Figliuzzi 5.Connor Vonmoos open: 1.Dusty Klein 2.Patrick Stemper 3.Allyx Camp 4.Alexia Hoffmann 5.Billy Veatch 65cc: 1.Loyal Prach 2.Cole Anderson 3.Trevor Infalt 4.Ezra Brusky 5.Devin Massie Twins/Vintage: 1.Robert Reese 2.Billy Vrana 3.Mark Martinich 4.Mark Harris 5.Kenneth Pesz 85cc: 1.Brady Lange 2.Cody Funk 3.Aaron Jahnke 4)Mason Barth 5.Loyal Prach +40: 1.Mike Yogerst 2.Jack Klein 3.Jim Kirschbaum 4.Jack Kainz 5.Stephen Wasser 125-250cc: 1.Blake Berry 2.Parker Lange 3.Mike VanLangre 4.Cody Funk 251-505cc: Alexia Hoffmann 2.Allyx Camp 3.Patrick Stemper 4.Robert Reese 5.Dusty Klein open Pro: 1.Adam Camp 2.Kevin Walter 3.Ion Stear 4.Adam Bushman 5.Chas Rice


Megacross heating up big time

Brian Krohn, #197 mitch Cerda and #999 robbie Hyson lead the 250B class through the first turn.

mendota, Illinois - July 13 By Josh Rud, More photos at: www.ShiftOnePhotography.com

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uly 13th kicked off round five of Megacross, with some pretty major track changes to go along with it. The back section of the track was reworked to add in some off camber jumps, a whoop section came out, replaced by a table and some of the existing tables were stretched out a bit. This certainly made things interesting with everyone riding the updated track for the first time. The Megacross crew was working hard all day before the race to get everything finalized, and it created some great racing with a good turn-out in all classes. 125cc came up early in the evening with a great race, as a number of riders had a shot at winning it. Coming off the gates, Malachi Messenger got out front with Zeno Molteni and Ben Ibanskias following closely. Coming around the hairpin, Ibanskias dove inside to take over second as Molteni was fending off Travis Ward right on his back tire. Moving through the off camber jumps Ward got around Molteni to take over third. Right before the table top section Ward stuck it hard into the inside rut and got around Ibanskias to take over second. On the third lap Matt Mellott had been charging hard through the pack, making up for a bad start. Mellott found his line and stuck it to go around the outside of Ibanskias for third. Out front, Messenger was riding smooth the entire race and crossed line un-challenged for first. Open B came out with everyone on a mission tonight. Bryon Taylor out of Florida was out at the track tonight. When I spoke to him earlier in the day he said he was living

here this summer, training for Lorettas, and had never even raced a stadium style track before. When the gates dropped Taylor flew out front to grab the holeshot followed by Damon Thomas and Nate Hornung. Soon enough Taylor was putting in smooth laps and pulling away from the pack. Matt Dissell got stuck in traffic, but managed his way

up to fourth and was putting the pressure on Hornung. Coming over the finish he took the inside and got around for third and charged right up on Thomas. They came into the hairpin pretty hot and Dissell snuck down into the inside line and shot through the corner to take over second as well. Ryan Robinson made his move on Thomas coming

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Colton Beard charged to third in the 250B class at the July megacross event


through the whoops to take over third and shake things up even more. Crossing the checkers, Taylor took the win with Dissell and Robinson rounding out the top three. Open A was out with crazy racing that kept everyone on their toes. The Nationals had a break this weekend and Travis Sewell was out at the track as he usually does at least once a year. The gate dropped and they went three wide into the first corner, Sewell on the inside with Maxx Malatia and Tom Hofmaster all battling to get out front. Sewell ran out of room and actually went down moving Hofmaster into first, Kyle White snuck by the drama to second and Malatia fell into third as three put down some laps. Coming over the finish to the half-way mark Sewell had charged all the way up fourth, and was right on Malatia. Coming into the bowl turn Malatia went low to get around White as he turned up the heat for the last leg of the race. The next lap Sewell passed White for third to continue his charge forward. On the next lap, Malatia dove in and picked off Hofmaster to take the lead. #718 Thomas Wojtasow and Sewell was on a mission and Lucas Geistlier in the 50Sr class. came into the bowl turn low making it three wide once 250C was out right after with again. Malatia ran out of room twenty riders signing up for acand went over the top as Sewell tion tonight. The gate dropped took the lead. Hofmaster came with Cody Barnes hitting the out in second and Malatia got barrels in the lead followed by right back into the game to hold Justin Peterson and Wade onto third. Across the line after Schnowske. Coming up to the a hard fought race, Sewell won hairpin, Peterson’s bike stalled followed by Hofmaster and letting Schnowske and Justin Malatia. Carr get by. Coming down the

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straight Austin Beaty got on it hard to get by Carr with his sights set on the front. The next lap Beaty was still charging hard and was able to get by Schnowske through the table tops. The laps ran out with Barnes keeping a fast pace and crossing the line for the win with Beaty and Schnowske behind. Tonight was a great night out at Megacross. The new track section was a welcome addition to an already great facility. The summer is moving right along and will be gone before we know it. With a rocky start to the year weather wise, things seem to be finally leveling out while the heat moves in and the rain has been less and less of an issue. Megacross is in full swing and there’s more action to come with a lot of races left this year, so make it over for some of the fun yourself.

results: 125cc: 1.Malachi Messenger 2.Travis Ward 3.Matt Mellott 4.Zeno Molteni 5.Austin wells 14-24: 1.Brian Krohn 2.Travis Ward 3.Matt Dissell 4.Colton Beard 5.Damon Thomas +25A: 1.Travis Sewell 2.Tom Hofmaster 3.Chad Johnson 4.Zeno Molteni 5.Ryan George +25B: 1.Matthew Carpenter 2.Gary Smith III 3.Kurt Stuart 4.Kris Hamilton 250A: 1.Maxx Malatia 2.Kyle White 3.Tom Hofmaster 4.Logan Skaggs 5.Josh Struebig 250B: 1.Brian Krohn 2.Mitch Cerda 3.Colton Beard 4.Ryan Robinson 5.Talan Hansen 250C: 1.Cody Barnes 2.Austin Beaty 3.Wade Schnowske 4.Daniel Hale 5.Justin Carr +30A: 1.Tom Hofmaster 2.Chad Johnson 3.Burton Lavens 4.Zeno Molteni 5.Ryan George +30B/C: 1.Ryan Webb 2.Matthew Carpenter 3.Adam Fusinetti 4.Todd Heermann 5.Luke Kaszynski +35: 1.Burton Lavens 2.Steve Perkins 3.John Conley 4.Troy Quest 5.Todd Schmollinger +40: 1.John Anetberger 2.Burton Lavens 3.Steve Perkins 4.John Conley 5.Todd Schmollinger 4-Wheel A: 1.Justin Medine 2.Jeremy Beetz 3.Adam koehler 4-Wheel B: 1.Steve Bickett 4-Wheel C: 1.Aaron Maier 50Jr: 1.Hunter Savage 2.Sadie Quest 3.Andrew Hensch 4.Chasen Orme 5.Creedenze Standard 50Sr: 1.Ewan Krisch 2.Wyatt Mattson 3.Krystian Janik 4.Thomas Wojtasow 5.Talan Zollers 50cc 4-8: 1.Kendall Eslinger 2.Andrew Hensch 3.Sadie Quest 4.Chasen Orme 5.Clayton Fusinetti 65Jr: 1.Ewan Krisch 2.Luke Jackson 3.Wyatt Mattson 4.Gavin Sienkiewicz 5.Joe Quest 65Sr: 1.Conner Burger 2.Tommy Fortune Jr 3.Garrett Ward 4.Collin Nodurft 5.Pierce Rogers 65cc Beg: 1.Cael Bagby 2.Lolito Eguia 3.Ian Murphy 4.Lucas Geistler 5.Brett Aimone 85Jr: 1.Jonah Geistler 2.Kaile Williams 3.Conner Burger 4.Scotty Scamen 5.Tommy Fortune Jr 85Sr: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Anthony Wallace 3.Ben Ibianskas 4.Mason Artis 5.Jake Scharringhausen 85cc: 1.Jonah Geistler 2.Kaile Williams 3.Scotty Scamen 4.Thor Rick 5.Jacob Croissant open A: 1.Travis Sewell 2.Tom Hofmaster 4.Maxx Malatia 5.Kyle White open B: 1.Bryson Taylor 2.Matt Dissell 3.Ryan Robinson 4.Damon Thomas 5.Nate Hornung open C: 1.Kyle Blake 2.Justin Peterson 3.Jono Mandelke 4.Juan Wonders 5.Trevor Nelson Super mini: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Cody Barnes 3.RJ Mackenzie 4.Ben Ibianskas 5.Shane Reilly Women: 1.Samantha Mandelke 2.Kimberly Chandler 3.Danielle Wilkinson 4.Justine Stevenson 5.Michelle Dalton CYCLE USA, August 2013

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Berm Benders Motocross mora, minnesota – June 30 By Keith McKenna

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his dawned as another stunning summer day in on the outskirts of beautiful, quiet Brook Park MN. It was round four of the Civil Series at the picturesque Berm Benders Raceway, although it wouldn’t be quiet for long! With morning temps in the mid fifties and a light breeze, it was promising to be a great day for racing. After the riders meeting and the singing of the U.S. and Canadian National anthems, racing kicked off with the 50cc oil injected class on a perfectly groomed track that saw fast racing all day long. In race one #246 McCoy Leger from Brook Park wheeled his Cobra to a first place finish. He would back that result up with a strong finish later in the day to claim the overall with Caleb Bohmman taking second place honors and Jacob Bostrom from Mora coming in third. Brother McCall Leger raced to fourth on his KTM. McCoy Leger mirrored that performance in the 50cc Single or Multi-speed 4-8 class to stand atop the podium a second time. Another double winner on the day came in the 85cc class with #223 KTM mounted Austin Aspros wheeling to the top spot in the 9-11 and also the 9-12 year old classes. In 85cc 12-15, #242 Jaysen Breitzmann piloted his KTM to first place with Suzuki RM85 mounted Zach Strecker second and Scott Rasmussen Jr third on his Kawasaki. In Girls Junior 9-12 racing #500 Piper

+30A Suzuki rockstar mark Arends prior to the start of moto one.

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Romfo wheeled her Kawasaki to the top step with a commanding victory. A name to watch in District 23 is that of Spencer Henrikson from Dalbo, MN. Piloting his KX-250, he must have been whipped after climbing to the top of the podium three times on Sunday, with victories in Junior 14-16, 250B and 1425B. In the 250B class, SkiDoo sponsored ISOC SnoCross Pro-Lite fast guy Travis Muller was making the most of the summer to grab second place with a 22 finish in the class on his immaculately prepared KTM while Yamaha mounted John Schulte from Lindstrom captured third place. In the +25A class, the top five manufacturers were represented with #302 Kawasaki racer Scott Jendro first followed by #456 Brett Jasperse and Jordon rapp Yamaha mounted Jacob flying over the spectator triple in 14-24B. Bostrom. Honda was repreIn the +25C class Jay Kangas, Troy Lowry sented by Matt Zebro from Zimmerman, and and Nick Leaf came home 1-2-3. Jay Kangas Mark Arends’ Suzuki heading the KTM of also pulled down first place in +30C. Michael Mikrot. In +50 action, Theodore Schulte from

Garry Johnson taking some flak on his way to capturing second in +30A.

Lindstrom grabbed first place honors with Gary Johnson on his Honda coming home second and David Larson holding down third place. In the Women’s class, diminutive racer Andrea Godfrey declared that she would be the Holeshot Queen of the day, and she did not disappoint when both races saw her exit turn one with a clear track ahead. Andrea would fall victim to circumstances beyond her control, but still managed to finish fifth on the day while #77 Suzuki mounted Mariah Braastad took the top spot for the day with Allison Larson using her Yamaha to carve out second place with Kala Swenson third. In what had to be the race of the day, 250A moto action #162 Honda mounted Kody Graba and #575 Connor Ahlers fought bar to bar for the entire race that saw metal to metal contact numerous times with Graba being punted off the track in the final turn before the long spectator triple jump. He was not going to roll over though, as he poured on the coals to catch back up to Ahlers in a bid for the win. On the final lap the riders


personal history as one of the tightest, most suspenseful brawls I have ever seen. A big shout-out to Kurt and Kelli Caswell and their band of volunteers that made for a great, fast paced day of memorable racing. They run a first class operation at Berm Benders Raceway. results:

250A, this was about the widest gap between #575 Connor Ahlers and Kody Graba.

flew through the rhythm section, tapped out, elbow to elbow with it all coming down to the last corner. In the end, Mr Graba would not be denied as he grabbed the win by the slightest of margins in what will go down in my

50 Inj 4-8: 1.Mccoy Leger 2.Caleb Bohlman 3.Jacob Bostrom Jr 4.Mccall Leger 5.Marcus Monson 50 multi 4-8: 1.Mccoy Leger 2.Gunnar Kenowski 3.Blake Lund 4.Tony Nielsen 50 4-6: 1.Jacob Bostrom 2.Marcus Monson 50 7-8: 1.Jake Paige 2.Troy Horgaty 3.Karsen Omann 4.Ashley Rasmussen 5.Gunnar Kenowski 65 7-9: 1.Jeffery Lilienthal 2.Jacob Mcpherson 3.Tyler Vanatta 4.Troy Horgaty 5.Broc Graba 65 10-11: 1.Nick Paige 2.Blade Goding 3.Tanner Larson 4.Piper Romfo 85 9-11: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Chase Graba 3.Drew Sampson 4.Alex Rasmussen 85 9-12: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Drew Sampson 3.Zach Strecker 4.Alex Comstock 5.Alex Rasmussen 85 12-15: 1.Jaysen Breitzmann 2.Zach Strecker 3.Scott Rasmussen 4.Jake Bresnahan 5.Garrett Montgomery Supermini: 1.Jaysen Breitzmann 2.Alex Comstock 3.Adam Volkmann 4.Justin Laporte Schlby 12-16: 1.Noah Mcpherson 2.Evan Hills 3.Brett Fields 4.Cody Wroe 5.Michael Hemmerich Girls Jr: 1.Piper Romfo 14-16: 1.Spencer Henrikson 2.Adam Godfrey 3.Don Posterick 4.Michael Hemmerich 5.Brad Bauer 125 12+: 1.Noah Mcpherson 2.Sean Scott 3.Evan Hills 4.Brady Perlich 5.Chad Pekkala 65 7-11: 1.Nick Paige 2.Blade Goding 3.Tyler Vanatta 4.Jacob Mcpherson 5.Tanner Larson

250A: 1.Kody Graba 2.Connor Ahlers 3.Kyle Swenson 4.Jacob Blanshan 5.Michael Mikrot 250B: 1.Spencer Henrikson 2.Travis Muller 3.John Schulte 4.Michael Hemmerich 5.Casey Hultgren 250C: 1.Michael Bednarek 2.Desmond Luther 3.Austin Rasmussen 4.Rian Wurzer 5.Colton Neuharth 14-24A: 1.Jacob Blanshan 14-24B: 1.Spencer Henrikson 2.Travis Muller 3.Blake Waller 4.Parker Hyde 5.Alex Buckman 14-24C: 1.Brad Bauer 2.Brenden Sperl 3.Nic Liebeg 4.Brett Fields 5.Damon Linder +25A: 1.Scott Jendro 2.Jacob Bostrom 3.Matt Zebro 4.Mark Arends 5.Michael Mikrot +25B: 1.Courtney Sampson 2.Tony Mctavish 3.Jay Stevens 4.Jamie Koch 5.Kevin Anderson +25C: 1.Jay Kangas 2.Troy Lowry 3.Nick Leaf 4.Jeffrey Jones 5.Jeremy Dahl +30A: 1.Mark Arends 2.Gary Johnson +30B: 1.Courtney Sampson 2.Jamie Koch 3.Raymond Riedl +30C: 1.Jay Kangas 2.Troy Lowry 3.Nick Leaf 4.Jeffrey Fielder 5.Jeffrey Jones +40A: 1.Chuck Thompson 2.Jeff Johnson +40B: 1.Barry Buckman 2.Raymond Riedl 3.Craig Hultgren +40C: 1.Brian Bohlman 2.Troy Lustig 3.Brett Seiberlich 4.Michael Rapp +45A: 1.Chuck Thompson 2.Jeff Johnson +45: 1.Raymond Riedl 2.Theodore Schulte 3.John Buchta +50: 1.Theodore Schulte 2.Gary Johnson 3.David Larson Women: 1.Mariah Braastad 2.Allison Larson 3.Kala Swenson 4.Chloe Windahl 5.Andrea Godfrey open A: 1.Scott Jendro 2.Jacob Bostrom 3.Matt Zebro 4.Connor Ahlers 5.Kody Graba open B: 1.Blake Waller 2.John Schulte 3.Casey Hultgren 4.Jordan Rapp 5.Brett Jasperse open C: 1.Nic Liebeg 2.Tyler Seiberlich 3.Derek Keeney 4.Michael Schack 5.Matthew Wacek 50 open 4-8: 1.Jake Paige 2.Troy Horgaty 3.Ashley Rasmussen 4.Karsen Omann 5.Hudson Romfo

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Friday Nights Under the Lights Woodstock, Illinois By Jo Utech, Photos by Brett Moist

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hen Doug Jackson added KTM inside the Woodstock Harley Davidson store, it was one step closer to his dirt bike roots. Doug and his family grew up riding dirt bikes, and competing at the Lake Geneva Stadiumcross track on Friday nights, and the occasional Sunday race around District 17. As all the KTM bikes started arriving, he caught the fever to start up his own race series, so he recruited his store manager Kevin Popaeko to become the promoter for the race series at the McHenry County Fairgrounds in Woodstock. Sam Shafer, Kevin's righthand man, began the daunting tasks to get such an event started, beginning with the long process of getting permission from government agencies, fair board, emergency personnel and the a AMA. Once this was achieved, they started to assemble the track team. Starting with, track designer Steve Lansing, track builders Craig Carlson and Jake

Freund, AMA referee Ron Downen, announcer Dave Deringer, Kelly Popelka, Duane Martin, the Welter family, Meehans, Scott Zont, the Lamberts, and Utechs, the entire Jackson family and many more great people

helping out, the team was in place. With the first race scheduled for May 17th, the track was almost impossible to build with all the Spring rain. It was completed only six days prior to the first event, and what an event it turned out to be! With over six hundred spectators filing in and 94 entries registering to race, Doug Jackson's dream had come true! During intermission, Jackson told everyone, "this has been a passion of mine for a very long

time, thank you to each and everyone of you for making my dream come true". The June race got canceled because of rain, the July 12th race was even more spectacular, with 170 entries and over a thousand spectators. The crowd was entertained with talent in all the classes, and the intermission show including Phil Smage and his trials bike show. Two races down, five more to go. There's nothing like night racing under the lights.

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More Fun at Sunset Ridge MX

open A, Justin Kelly and Travis Sewell share air time.

Walnut, Illinois - July 14 By Josh Rud, More photos at www.ShiftOnePhotography.com

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unset Ridge is in full summer mode, with the heat kicking on full blast in the wide open field. The track has had another modest face-lift since the last race, and everyone on social media was talking about the new jump that has been coined the “Holy Pistoley”. The back section of the track has been completely overhauled and it all starts out with a huge uphill 110’ foot jump to the very top. It is sectioned off into single, double, triple and can be hit at all skill levels. From there it comes down a hill into some turns and spits back out into the old track, getting rid of the big tables that were once back there. The races were great today with a large turn-out, and everything went as smooth as it always does. Coming out in the first motos was Open B, with twenty riders lining up for action. Flying out of the gates was Travis Prier taking an early lead with Drew Jackson and Jacob Grafelman in hot pursuit. Back down the hill,

Grafelman got to the inside of Jackson through the sweeper, talking second over the first jump. Into the rhythm section Damon Tatar made his move into third. Prier was riding hard, staying smooth and came across the line for the win and the overall (1-1). Grafelman took second overall (2-2) ahead of Tatar (3-3). 250C was great, with lots of battles happening around the track. Moto one got underway with Ian Pistole taking the holeshot followed by Matthew Ott and Brendan Sipple stopping by from Texas. Coming up the hill, around the hairpin Ott and Sipple both grabbed the inside to get around Pistole. Coming down the hill Sipple got by Ott taking over the lead. By the next lap Sipple had already made a pretty good gap as Karson Kokotan moved up to second with Pistole still holding third. Over the line to the white flag things had shaken up again with Pistole moving up to second and Colton Burk holding third. They crossed the line with Sipple taking the win with Pistole and Burk rounding out the top three. In the Second moto Sipple took first for

the overall, Pistole second for the number two spot and Kokotan in third for third overall after finishing fourth in the first moto. 125cc was out next, in the first

moto Keanan Tinkey out of Iowa got out front when the gates dropped, followed by Paxton Kerber and Robert Kelly. Over the first jump into the hairpin, Jackson Miller made his move going to the inside to take over third. Kerber who dominated the C class last summer on his Husqvarna has been moved up to B now, and was out there fighting for the lead. Coming across the line he wasn’t able to make a move stick and Tinkey took the win followed by Kerber and Miller. The second motos ended in the same order giving Tinkey the overall. Schoolboy had ten riders charging into the first corner. Chase Sexton flew hard around the outside to take the holeshot with Tyler Scott and Travis Prier behind him. Coming through the sweeper Prier made his move on Scott, flying into the inside rut and pulling into second over the first jump. Down the rhythm

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Indiana’s Joshua Struebig on his way to fifth in open A.


Johnathan Six finds some hang time on one of the Sunset ridge launches.

section on third lap Prier moved into first as Sexton had tipped over in a corner. Scott had also gone down and was at the back of the pack as Keanan Tinkey moved up to third. Cruising into the rhythm section for the white flag Sexton and Prier were side by side both hitting the triple; Prier came up a bit short leaving Sexton to take over the lead. Prier kept it on two wheels and moved right back in behind Sexton. The checkers flew as Sexton took the win followed by Prier and Tinkey. Once again history repeated itself in the second moto giving Sexton the overall with Prier and Tinkey following. Open A was on the move today with eleven riders. Off the drop they all filed into the first turn with Justin Kelly on the rail hard around the outside to take the lead with Brady Neys and Jonathon Six right behind him. The entire field was packed coming up to the first hairpin as Travis Sewell went to the outside to get up to second. Sewell was right on Kelly coming down the

hill as they hit the sweeper and next set of jumps going side by side several times. Moving into the back section of the track Sewell found his way around Kelley, with Neys still holding onto third. Brad Deprenger moved into third coming into the start straight. He was on a mission from a bad start, and made another move up the chain passing Kelly on the downhill into the sweeper. At this point Sewell had made a sizable lead and crossed the checkers for the win. Deprenger took second and Kelly third. In the second moto Sewell took the win for the overall. Zach Coons was second for third overall (4-2), and Deprenger took third but second overall with his third place first moto. Despite not being used to the heat since it has been such a mild summer so far, the day out Sunset Ridge did not disappoint. The new section of the track was really cool, everyone loved it. There are talks of some more changes to front section in the future as well. If you can improve

an already great track, the crew out at Sunset will surely pull it off. There is plenty of action left this season so make your way out to Walnut one of these weekends to check out the track, you will certainly enjoy your time out here. results: 250B: 1.Travis Prier 2.Jacob Grafelman 3.Damon Tatar 4.Brian Krohn 5.Nicholas Hancher 250C: 1.Brendan Sipple 2.Ian Pistole 3.Karson Kokotan 4.Colten Burk 5.Edward Lengwin +30A: 1.John Anetsberger 2.Burton Lavens 3.Zeno Molteni 4.Joe Roberts 5.Jason Lacina

+30B/C: 1.Eran Salzmann 2.Robert Wehn 3.Keith Zersen 4.Brian Carey 5.Christopher Nodurft 65Jr: 1.Patrick Murphy 2.Ewan Krisch 3.Brennan Wages 4.Johnny Weber 5.Mario Lopez 65Sr: 1.Gunner Schmidgall 2.Collin Nodurft 3.Cole Dekker open C: 1.Karson Kokotan 2.Colten Burk 3.Sam Miller 4.Alec Leasure 5.Alex Bentkowski open A: 1.Travis Sewell 2.Bradly Deprenger 3.Zach Coons 4.Justin Kelly 5.Joshua Struebig +40: 1.John Anetsberger 2.Tim Filippi 3.Burton Lavens 4.Barry Ream 5.James Coons open B: 1.Bryson Taylor 2.Nicholas Inman 3.Jacob Grafelman 4.Corey Jacobe 5.Jason Kidd Schlby: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Travis Prier 3.Keanan Tinkey 4.Jonathan Hrach 5.Ben Ibianskas +50: 1.Jay Harry 2.David Benson 3.Don Large 4.Andy Kooistra 5.Jeff Curtis 50Jr: 1.Hunter Savage 2.Billy Mcdermott 3.Kayden Schultz 4.Landon Mccombs 5.Sadie Quest 50Sr: 1.Ewan Krisch 2.Mario Lopez 3.Colson Crouch 4.Gavin Batson 5.Harrison Gibson 85Jr: 1.Kaile Williams 2.Tyler Collins 3.Brennan Wages 4.Robert Lopez 5.Andrew Henning 85Sr: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Dar Comfort 3.Zack Tatar 4.Jimmy Weber 5.Ben Ibianskas 125cc: 1.Keanan Tinkey 2.Paxton Kerber 3.Jackson Miller 4.Peyton Robbings 5.Matthew Mcdannel +45: 1.Tim Filippi 2.James Coons 3.David Benson 4.Barry Ream 5.Christopher Nodurft Vintage: 1.Keith Zersen 2.Nathan Mckeag 3.Robert Kelly 4.Phillip Geske 5.Benjamin Haycraft 250A: 1.Bradly Deprenger 2.Zach Coons 3.Joshua Struebig 4.Ike Mcdermott 5.Jon Williams +25: 1.Travis Sewell 2.Justin Kelly 3.Jonathan Six 4.Charles Buffum 5.Lee Kizer 14-24: 1.Bryson Taylor 2.Nicholas Inman 3.Damon Tatar 4.Brendan Sipple 5.Colton Bentz Super mini: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Dar Comfort 3.Zack Tatar 4.Jimmy Weber 5.Bret Dannis Women: 1.Amanda Grether 2.Kimberly Chandler 50cc (4-8): 1.Wyatt Gibson 2.Dylan Wixom 65 Beg: 1.Ty Jurgersen .

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Fun at Tigerton MX Tigerton, Wisconsin - June 23 By Doug Forstner

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ook up the word determination in the dictionary or Wikipedia and it will say something about a firmness of purpose, willpower or intention. As far as District 16 MX goes, look no farther than Nate Laporte this year. He is one of Wisconsin’s faster A riders trying to bridge the gap from our Midwestern racing to the AMA Pro level. I had to laugh at Sunday morning’s riders meeting when someone asked about the day’s lineup, and when the A class would run because they just got a text from Laporte who was on his way back from Massachusetts where he was trying to qualify in the AMA Pro MX 450 class the day before, and he was closing in on Tigerton WI to race the District 16 race. Determination and perseverance enables us to succeed despite incredible odds. I don’t know about you, but I once rode an airplane from Wisconsin out to Washington D.C. for work and I was exhausted when I landed and I didn’t do anything but sit in a seat the whole way. Imagine trying to qualify for a national, giving it everything you have, coming up just short of your goals, and then resetting your goals to travel back across the country and race in your home state the next day. That is what it takes to make it to the next level. With all the rain that fell on Saturday night it made for a sloppy morning practice, but as the day wore on the Fantasy Moto track shaped up really well. However, it was a humid day that would test the rider’s fitness. Face it, we really haven’t had a summer yet so a partly cloudy day with high humidity is a welcome change to the cold and rain of this extended spring. The 250B class had about twenty riders entered, and it was Dennis Ponton out front with the holeshot in moto one. During lap one,

Bailey otis and #155 marco Gravedoni battling for position in 85Jr.

Brady Schernick was quickly following behind Ponton, trying to snag the lead away. The track was still pretty soupy but that didn’t hamper the charge that Jeffrey Stewart put on either. He had a bad start and was picking riders off as fast as he could. Tory Brady, Kyle Ahola and Jason Kidd were mixing it up behind the two leaders and soon Stewart caught this pack. By the time the moto was winding down, the track had claimed a few riders that were in the heat of the battle, but it was Ponton out front followed by Schernick and Stewart who made it all the way up to third. In moto two, Stewart got a much better start, beating out Brady for the lead. Kidd, Ponton, Ahola and Schernick were also right there doing their

Jason Heindl Saturday night with future and current riders at the Tigerton facility.

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best to keep the leaders in sight. By mid moto, Ponton was moving forward and trying to close the gap on the leader Stewart. At the checkers it was Stewart with the moto win, about four seconds ahead of Ponton. Kidd was able to hold off Ahola and Brady. Schernick went down but made it back up to sixth. Ponton took the overall with his 1-2 moto scores besting the 3-1 of Stewart and Schernick rounded out the podium with his 2-6. The Women’s class also had a good turnout. Moto one saw Sierra Heindl grabbing the holeshot over Kendra Randrup and Kendra Tutt. However, Heindl went down hard handing over the lead to Randrup. Heindl was able to get up but she was not able to continue for the day. Amanda Gibson, Angeleah Gravedoni, and Brianna Otis were rounding out the top five. At the checkers it was Randrup with the moto win ahead of Tutt and Gravedoni. Moto two saw Randrup pull the holeshot and try to check out on the group. Tutt and Gibson were running two and three for the moto, trying to keep pace with Randrup. Gravedoni and Hayle Woolf were not far behind the top three. Randrup led start to finish, beating out the other Kendra for the overall. Gibson was a solid 4-3 for third overall beating ahead of Gravedoni. Woolf went 6-5 besting Otis and Shannon Markee. These girls have been improving all year and it is exciting to see them pick up the pace. Laporte finally showed up just in time to line up for moto one in Open A. The thing I have noticed is that not only is Nate fast, but he is driving everyone else to put in the best


effort they can to try and beat him. Colton Karl has been training hard this summer also and put in decent rides both motos behind Laporte. Kyle Koosmann and Tyler Stoll had some good battles trying to get that last step on the box, but Koosmann was able to best Stoll both motos for third overall. Travis Grendzinsk chased these two each moto and rounded out the top five. As the day wore on, the track was really starting to shape up and lap times were getting faster all day. The track crew, as always did a great job putting on the a great show with lots of certificates, contingencies, cool trophies and a good time all around. results: 250A: 1.Kyle Koosmann 2.Trevor Anschutz 250B: 1.Dennis Ponton 2.Jeffery Stewart 3.Brady Schernick 4.Jason Kidd 5.Kyle Ahola 250C: 1.Nicholas Randrup 2.Jerold Petroski 3.John Bougneit 4.Josh Dearborn 5.Max Reckelberg open A: 1.Nathen Laporte 2.Colton Karl 3.Kyle Koosmann 4.Tyler Stoll 5.Travis Grendzinsk open B: 1.Blake Bocek 2.Jason Kidd 3.Jeffery Stewart 4.Casey Collegmon 5.Tory Brady

50Jr 4-6: 1.Brady Karolevitz 2.Benjamin Blazek 3.Nathan Postma 4.Nathan Jinsky 50Sr 7-8: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Easton Block 3.Wyatt Milas 4.Owen Haseleu 5.Aidan Colombo 65 7-11: 1.Jordan Biese 2.Wyatt Liebeck 3.Weston Milas 4.Eugene Wolff 5.Rocco Gravedoni 85 9-11: 1.Mitchell Nooyen 2.Wyatt Liebeck 3.Bailey Otis 4.Marco Gravedoni 5.Eugene Wolff 85 9-13: 1.Mitchell Nooyen 2.Bailey Otis 3.Tyler Gamble 4.Marco Gravedoni 5.Justin Bink 85 12-15: 1.Trytan Stewart 2.Kendra Randrup 3.Seth Doeberlein 4.Justin Bink 5.Jonah Dowd Supermini: 1.Hunter Sayles 2.Seth Doeberlein 3.Trytan Stewart 4.Isac Davey 5.Jonah Dowd 125Jr: 1.Dennis Ponton 2.Hunter Sayles 3.Easton Crevier 4.Seth Doeberlein 5.Isac Davey 65cc 6-9: 1.Levi Laporte 2.Gage Neubauer 3.Karter Fell 4.Jersey Graumann 125 2-Str A: 1.Daniel Gray 2.Joshua Brehm 125 2-Str B/C: 1.Shane Scott 2.Brian Rupnow 3.Tyler Rupnow 4.Shawn Graumann 250 2-Str B/C: 1.Benjamin Cropsey 2.Cody Meyer Kendra randrup pulling a holeshot in the Women’s class.

open C: 1.Jesse Leu 2.Brady Shaw 3.Cody Kaderabek 4.Nicholas Randrup 5.Travis Rhoades Sports B/C: 1.Kyle Ahola 2.Brady Schernick 3.Timothy Muhlenbeck 4.Andrew Hazen 5.Nickolas Anderson +25A: 1.Joshua Brehm 2.Travis Grendzinsk 3.Daniel Gray 4.Lance Lincoln +25B/C: 1.Benjamin Cropsey 2.Joshua Lechner 3.Eli Siordia 4.Jeremy Braund

+30A: 1.Joshua Brehm 2.Dale Neubauer 3.Lance Lincoln +30B/C: 1.Shawn Graumann 2.Matt Fisher 3.Michael Namowicz 4.Jeremy Braund 5.Greg Bink +40: 1.Jason Heindl 2.Doug Forstner 3.Wayne Welzien 4.Michael Namowicz 5.Matt Fisher +50: 1.Wayne Welzien 2.Mark Markee Women: 1.Kendra Randrup 2.Kendra Tutt 3.Amanda Gibson 4.Angeleah Gravedoni 5.Hayle Woolf


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Trigalet dominates Pleasure Riders Cayuga, Indiana - July 13/14 Story by Dave Henry Photos by Kathleen Gepford

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his weekend marked rounds 2 and 3 of the 2013 ShopBigwheel.com Championship series at Pleasure Riders. The riders and fans were treated to great summer weather for the entire weekend. Making his way back home after some very impressive Loretta Lynn’s Regional results was Chance Trigalet. Trigalet on his Honda was flying all weekend as he prepares for the trip to Tennessee to do battle with the nation’s other top C riders. His weekend started off in the second race of the day on Saturday as he lined up in the combined 14-24, +30A, +45 and Schoolboy moto. Trigalet running 14-24 had the pleasure of gating up with his Dad, Eric Trigalet and Kirt Monk running +30A. As the gate dropped, it was Trigalet out front with the holeshot, but not Chance as it was Dad, Eric on his Honda 450. Monk came out in second with Chance on his 250 running in third. As the riders made there way through the moto, Monk eventually got around Eric Trigalet for the lead in 30A. As the white flag came out and the riders worked there way around the up hill step up, and Chance Trigalet rocketed his Honda around the outside of Monk, into the overall lead and win. As they came towards the checkered flag, it was Chance Trigalet taking the win. Winning the +45 was Mike Pulver and Schoolboy was Gage Noblitt. Moto two saw a very similar battle take place with Monk out front early and the Trigalet combo running side by side over a few of the jumps early in the race. In the end again, it was Chance Trigalet taking the win. Monk won the 30A, as would Pulver in +45. Different story in the Schoolboy class as Taiga

85Sr rider Landen Noggle

Judd on his Countryside Husqvarna 125 took the moto win and overall ahead of Noblitt. 250C saw Trigalet do battle again as he lined up with eleven others, including class newcomer Hunter Wilson. Wilson was making his big bike debut, and feeling pretty good in practice on his new Honda 250. Trigalet went wire to wire in both motos, but the battles behind him were great. First moto, Bryce Cox on the Yamaha finished second with Sam Sappington, Wilson and Kenner Shutt on his Honda rounding out the top five. In moto two the battle behind Trigalet was another good one with much different results. Cox crossed back in fifth, Jeffrey Chaney 4th, Sappington was consistant again in 3rd, but it was newcomer Wilson finishing in second, and getting the second overall on the day. Open C was once again a dominating performance by Trigalet as he pounded Chance Trigalet had a big weekend sweeping most of the classes he entered. the field. Trigalet had one more class to go and Koelling, Ryan Dassow and Zach Castleman. it was time to switch things up and put away Koelling would bring home the win with a 2the 4 stroke. Now he was out on his TZR 1 over Dassow (1-3) and Castleman (3-2). CR125 doing battle in the 125 class. DifferSunday would see a little change of pace, ent bike, different riders, same results. Tribut many of the same riders dominating like galet jumped out early in both motos and went they did on Saturday. In 85Jr, it was Jacob on to dominating wins. Schoolboy winner McGee getting the win over Derrick Bell. Judd, came home second with a 3-2 on his McGee with a 2-1 over Bell (1-2). Husky over Noblitt and his KTM (2-3). The Gerlings had pretty good day as Jason Other riders dominated multiple classes swept 30B/C and Caiden went 1-1 in 65Jr, also. Jason Gepford on his KTM went 1-1 in and was looking at a 1-1 again on 50Sr until 85Sr and in Supermini. Derrick Bell domihe lost a chain. Clayton Anderson would innated both his classes on Saturday also, with herit the win in the 50Sr class with a 2-1 on a 1-1 in 85Jr Jacob McGee and Adam Funk. the day. In 65Sr, Bell won both motos as well. Hunter Wilson was feeling it on Sunday and +30B/C was won by Jason Gerling ahead of proved to Jason Gepford that he was ready to Ron Lewis and Jason Shreeves. do battle in Supermini. Wilson had great In Quad C, it was a nice three starts on his CRF150R and was out front early way battle between Drake in route to a 1-1 sweep on the day.

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For once, the weather finally cooperated with Pleasure Riders and the races went off without a hitch. The next event for Pleasure Riders will be two more days of racing at the on August 10th and 11th. Saturday results: 50Sr: 1.Caiden Gerling 2.Mason Byrnes 125: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Taiga Judd 3.Gage Noblitt 4.Brennen Shreeves 5.Kyle Burks 14-24: 1.Chance Trigalet 250A: 1.Kirt Monk 250C: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Hunter Wilson 3.Samuel Sappington 4.Bryce Cox 5.Jeffrey Chaney +30A: 1.Kirt Monk 2.Eric Trigalet +30B/C: 1.Jason Gerling 2.Ron Lewis 3.Jason Shreeves 4.Steve Bell 5.John Rife +40: 1.Eric Trigalet +45: 1.Michael Pulver 4-Wheel C: 1.Drake Koelling 2.Ryan Dassow 3.Zach Castleman 4.Shane Stoddard 5.Brian Shelato 50cc 4-8 multi/Auto: 1.Mason Byrnes +55: 1.Gary Shewhart

65Jr: 1.Caiden Gerling 65Sr: 1.Derrick Bell 2.Jacob Mcgee 3.Braiden Rife 85Jr: 1.Derrick Bell 2.Jacob Mcgee 3.Adam Funk 85 open: 1.Jacob Mcgee 85Sr: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Landen Noggle 3.Jacob Bell 4.Ren Dazey 5.Ethan Blacketer 90cc 4-Wheel: 1.Jeffrey Ondrey open C: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Samuel Sappington 3.Bryce Cox 4.Kenner Shutt 5.Jacob Hall Schlby: 1.Taiga Judd 2.Gage Noblitt 3.Dalton Conner Super mini: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Hunter Wilson 3.Ren Dazey 4.Alex Funk Vintage: 1.Kenny Reynolds Sunday results: 50Sr: 1.Clayton Anderson 2.Caiden Gerling 3.Colby Willhite 125: 1.Taiga Judd 2.Gage Noblitt 3.Brennen Shreeves 4.Chance Trigalet 14-24: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Matthew Guderjan 250A: 1.Kirt Monk 250B: 1.Nick Lasecki 250C: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Hunter Wilson 3.Bryce Cox 4.Samuel Sappington

5.Jeffrey Chaney +30A: 1.Kirt Monk +30B/C: 1.Jason Gerling 2.Ron Lewis 3.Jason Shreeves +40: 1.Eric Trigalet +45: 1.Michael Pulver +50: 1.Scot Delmastro 50cc 4-8: 1.Colby Willhite 65Jr: 1.Caiden Gerling 2.Clayton Anderson 3.Checotah Benefiel 65Sr: 1.Derrick Bell 2.Braiden Rife 3.Jacob Mcgee 85Jr: 1.Jacob Mcgee 2.Derrick Bell 85 open: 1.Noah Watts 2.Landen Noggle 3.Jacob Mcgee 4.Ethan Blacketer 85Sr: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Noah Watts 3.Landen Noggle 4.Jacob Bell 5.Ethan Blacketer open B: 1.Nick Lasecki open C: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Bryce Cox 3.Samuel Sappington 4.Kenner Shutt 5.Jason Gerling Schlby: 1.Gage Noblitt 2.Taiga Judd 3.Dalton Conner Super mini: 1.Hunter Wilson 2.Jason Gepford 3.Noah Watts Vintage: 1.Brennen Shreeves 2.Kenny Reynolds Hunter Wilson got the Supermini win on Sunday.

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Tri-City WFO Hare Scrambles Wyatt Barnett, winner of the 250B class was asked how Tri City compared to other races, “Tri City was a very fast paced race compared to the others this year. The shorter lap times and usage of the motocross track made the race fun for me since I have my racing roots in motocross. The track itself was unique. If a rider liked motocross they were sure to excel but if the rider was woods only type, they may have struggled with the different riding style.” After a day full of challenges the riders are happy to say they had a lot of fun and can’t wait for the next race. WFO would like to thank the Tri City MC Club and everyone who came out and made it a great day.

Tyler Dwyer charges into the mud.

Coal Valley, Illinois - July 14 By Kylie Kelsall

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FO hosted the fifth race of the season in Coal Valley, Illinois. The race was held at the Tri City Motorcycle Club grounds. The riders had many challenges all day, but over came them and had a great time. The Tri City layout being half motocross track with some woods worked in made the riders work harder, and be more aware due to the fact not all of them race motocross. The laps were shorter and included more jumps with a more consistent terrain on the motocross side. Riders also had to change mind frames and deal with the changes in speed and reflexes to the unpredictable in the woods.

A number of riders found the mud section more of a challenge than they wanted.

The heat and dry weather also posed problems for the riders. The WFO crew even had to water parts of the track. After some mud was made the riders had difficulty seeing as their goggles, bodies, and bikes were covered in dust and mud. Even with the many challenges the riders still performed and battled against each other in typical fashion. In the Open A class Joey Fortune (95) and Drake Lineback (127) went head to head through the heat and mud for first. Fortune turned consistent lap times and held strong through the entire race. He had a lot of pressure from Lineback who was never more than a minute behind. Fortune came out on top with a fifty-six second lead. Adam Bonneur (22) and Travis Ward (51) blew through the Coal Valley track in their battle for the win in the AA class. Both had lap times under eight minutes the entire race. The two guys were close until the very end when Bonneur pushed ahead and won.

results: 50cc(4-6): 1.Cole Morgan 2.Chasen Orme 3.Reece Frankford 50cc(7-8): 1.Elijah Berryman 2.Nathan Young 3.Carson Kellett 65cc: 1.Parker Townsend 2.Easton Morgan 3.Patrick Wessels 65cc: 1.Tommy Fortune Jr 2.Garrett Ward 3.Blake Phelps 85cc: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.Colten Zuidema 3.Tj Nees Super mini: 1.Cody Barnes 2.Nolan Blaesing 3.Michael Burtle Women: 1.Autumn Franklin 2.Gretchen Orme 3.Katie Parker 200C: 1.Braden Housenga 2.Logan Housenga 3.Matt McDonald open C: 1.Tyler Lauts 2.Adam Hosick 3.Neil Irwin +30C: 1.Jeremy Walker 2.Casey Rick 3.Jim Mooney 250B: 1.Wyatt Barnett 2.Ethan Olson 3.Braxton Bill open B: 1.Christopher Bowles 2.Karsten Taets 3.Corey Purlee +30B: 1.Luke Kaszynski 2.Paul McCullough 3.Lee Orme +40: 1.Greg Blaesing 2.Mike Robertson 3.Bill Horsley open A: 1.Joey Fortune 2.Drake Lineback 3.Shea Dickson AA: 1.Adm Bonneur 2.Travis Ward 3.Tyson Emery +30A: 1.Steve Simpson 2.Jay Hall 3.Jerimy Hanlin +40A: 1.Mark Tinkham 2.Randy Southard 3.Brett Baer +50: 1.Steve Bland 2.Wally Mika 3.Greg Gourley Quad A: 1.Chase Pavelonis 2.Jerrod Thomas 3.Shea Dickson Quad B: 1.Nick Barden 2.Bryan Bunge 3.Chris Barnes Quad C: 1.Trace Jochim 2.Jeremy Carlyle 3.Dan Boschen Quad +30: 1.Gary Stone 2.Mark Leischner 3.Russ Hutchinson

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Motosports Park “Mudfest” Regional Byron, Illinois , June 29/30 By Josh Rud, More photos at: ShiftOnePhotography.com

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ight at the end of the June Motorsports Park in Byron, IL held the Loretta Lynns North Central Youth Regional. Things went as smooth as ever with a large crowd descending on Byron. As most know, at a regional event it is a three moto format, with everyone fighting for admission to race at the Loretta Lynns Ranch, the biggest amateur national out there. With three motos to run, the event is split into two days beginning Saturday and finishing off on Sunday. With almost 600 entries for the eighteen classes running, a majority of the gate drops where completely full. The racing was fierce with the top six out of sometimes forty riders in a class moving on. Saturday, as I made my way to the track it was pouring the entire way, and it continued as I pulled into the park. The turn-out was huge, and many of the racers and families had been there half the week practicing as well. With three motos to get done the racing was happening in the mud without a doubt, and it certainly did. It rained all day as the riders where sliding and falling all around, making the races take longer to complete than usual, but the Motorsports Park crew was on top of everything all

day, working very hard to keep everything moving. All day it was guys up to their knees in mud helping riders back onto their bikes, and heavy equipment trying to clear out any large puddles that started to form around the track. To commentate on the racing was next to impossible as everything was mud covered, bike numbers, bikes, and the riders. Despite the conditions, the day moved on getting through the first set of motos and as much as possi-

ble to set the stage for a conclusion come Sunday. The gamut of states represented was extremely diverse, all the way from Texas to Pennsylvania and everywhere in between. There were of course plenty of local riders looking for that ticket to Loretta’s. Chase

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Sexton was looking to qualify for Super Mini (12-15) and (13-16). He has already qualified for Mini Sr and Mini Sr Limited, filling up the four allowed classes one rider can qualify for. Sexton was out in the mud having some problems in his first race of the day for Super Mini (12-15), when everything was really sloppy. He took off in the lead only to go down and battled back up for fifth. He finished first overall over the three motos getting first in the last two. In Super Mini (13-16) the track had dried up slightly, and Sexton took off with the holeshot and never looked back, staying out front and somewhat clean for the most the race. He won the second moto as well, but came in second on the third moto giving Hunter Sayles out of Wisconsin the win and first overall. Sexton did qualify for all four classes he was

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looking for, and should be a force at the Ranch. It rained just about all day, with some sprinkles mixed in before it finally calmed down later in the evening. The conditions certainly made for some interesting endings of the results, with some riders faring better in the mud, while others came back from bad rides in the mud. While Sunday was nice out, the track was wet, but in much better condition to say the least. Some examples would be Noah Coates in the 51(4-6) Shaft Driv Lim class coming in twelfth the first moto but second and first in the next two grabbing second overall. Even the overall winner of the class went 7-3-2, so just about anything was possible between the two days. Being faced with such a challenge, the staff at Motorsports Park kept a cool head, and got everything taken care of. It was stressful, to have no

choice but to run such a big event in the rain, where the results matter so much to racers and their families. Of course only seven regional events get run to make up the final forty-two of each class for the national, and the facility proved once again it was up to the test... of running a great event even in the worst of conditions. results: Schlby 1 (12-16) B/C: 1.Challen Tennant 2.R Cook 3.Nick Tomasunas 4.Mathew Weakley 5.Josiah Hempen 85 (9-11) Lim: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Gage Fisher 3.Palmer Neely 4.Mitchell Nooyen 5.Jonah Geistler mini Sr. (12-14): 1.Hunter Sayles 2.Mason Kershaw 3.Benjamin Adamson 4.Dar Comfort 5.Mason Hulsey 85 (9-11): 1.Mitchell Nooyen 2.Izaih Clark 3.Tayler Grall 4.Austin Painter 5.Colby Halpain Super mini 1 (12-15): 1.Chase Sexton 2.Hunter Sayles 3.Jeremy Kowalsky 4.Kody Stricklin 5.Zane Merrett Girls (9-11): 1.Alyssa Cole 2.Lexi Dyekman 3.Adilyn Malcolm 51 (4-6) Lim: 1.Caden Meyer 2.Hunter Savage 3.Kayden Schultz 4.Brody Cook 5.Wyatt Gibson

65 (10-11) Lim: 1.Brayden Bruce 2.Izaih Clark 3.Branden Walther 4.Jesse Flock 5.Hunter Watts 65 (7-9) Lim: 1.Brennan Wages 2.Wyatt Liebeck 3.Brock Lassiter 4.Jordan Biese 5.Jackson Craig Super mini 2 (13-16): 1.Hunter Sayles 2.Chase Sexton 3.Kody Stricklin 4.Kaleb Taylor 5.Benjamin Adamson Women (14+): 1.Kirsten Raemisch 2.Christna Older 3.Kaitlyn Morrow 4.Amanda Grether 5.Samantha Peters Schlby 2 (13-16) B/C: 1.Benny Bloss 2.Andrew Pierce 3.Josiah Hempen 4.Tylor Skodras 5.Samuel Redman 65 (7-11): 1.Christopher Blackmer 2.Sean Haymaker 3.Brayden Bruce 4.Izaih Clark 5.Bryce Hansen Girls (12-16): 1.Kaitlyn Morrow 2.Kennedy Lutz 3.Sommer Mills 4.Haylee Peterman 5.Mikayla Inman mini Sr. (12-14) Lim: 1.Kobe Heffner 2.Brett Gourley 3.Matthew Gross 4.Kevin Moranz 5.Mason Kershaw 51 (4-6) Special Lim: 1.Kayden Schultz 2.Tanner Schlegel 3.Noah Coates 4.Nicholas Stefancik 5.Boston Allison 51 (7-8) Limited: 1.Trevor Colip 2.Jayden Clough 3.Collin Allen 4.Carter Malcolm 5.Mario Lopez 51 (4-6) Shaft Driv Lim: 1.Kaiden Richards 2.Noah Coates 3.Kantyn Kimmel 4.Wyatt Gibson 5.Briley Viviano


Denson, Northrup, Jack top Polo Polo, Illinois - June 16 By Kevin Northrup

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he Rock River Riders ran their Father’s Day hillclimb at their club grounds near Polo, Illinois. Josh Denson, Jason Northrup, and Jeff Jack emerged as the top winners of the day. Denson claimed the amateur Fast Time Award, winning the big and fast 600cc class with a sizzling 3.176 second time on his second ride on his KX500. Bobby Senn was closest to him in the class with a 3.402 second run, with Dan Groth third. Northrup took the Open class win on his 1250cc Kawasaki four banger, posting a very good 3.268 second round time. Joey Danekas was second with Derek Swanson third. Jason brought his big Kaw back to run in the King of the Hill class, a one run, winner take all, shootout for the ten fastest riders of the day, regardless of their engine size. He flew the big bore bike over the top in an incredible 2.958 seconds (overall fastest time of the day) to take the coveted ‘King’ award. Josh Denson was his closest challenger with Paul Hackbarth, Kirk Gorsuch and Jeff Jack filling out the top five. The big four cylinder just seemed to ‘hook up and go’, where the smaller bikes had trouble getting traction. Jeff Jack was a triple winner, his first coming in the 200cc class, where his 3.710 second round time on his KTM was good enough to overtake Morgan Wheelwright who carded a 4.170 second time on her KTM. Jack’s second win came in the Super Sr (+50) class, with a good 3.350 second ride, well ahead of runner up Mark Dunbar with a 3.983 second time. Mike Bacon was third in 4.113 seconds. Jeff finished his day by winning the 400cc stock class, the only rider in the class to top the hill, which he did in 5.083 seconds. Tommy Fortune, Morgan Wheelwright, Eric Wheelwright were all double class winners. Fortune took his wins in Youth action, with his 97’ effort in the 32 CYCLE USA, August 2013

65cc class, good enough for that class win as well as the Youth Fast Time award. Gaige Kramer was second with a good 92’ ride and Jaydn Aliprandini third. Fortune turned in an almost identical run to win the 85Jr class, with Kramer again in second place and Ryan Rhodes third. Morgan Wheelwright got her first win in the Women’s class with Sierra Leek second, then took the 125cc class win with Steve Coon Jr second. Morgan’s dad, Eric Wheelwright, also had a good day, his first win coming in the 250cc class with a very good 3.336 second time, with Chad Altfillisch close to him in 3.398 seconds. Eric also was fast to win the 450cc class, with Josh Denson close behind. Both Eric and Morgan Wheelwright claimed two wins and a second out of the three classes they entered – another typically good outing for the father/ daughter team from Elizabeth, Illinois. In other youth class action, Zackery Johnson was the best of the 50cc class riders with Gaven Kramer second while Dalton Johnson took the 85Sr class win with Kane Ulve second. results: 50cc: 1.Zackery Johnson 2.Gaven Kramer 3.Creedanze Standard 4.Kody Groth 5.Cole Morgan. 65cc: 1.Tommy Fortune 2.Gaige Kramer 3.Jaydn Aliprandini 4.Tori Daniels 5.Easton Morgan. 85Jr: 1.Tommy Fortune 2.Gaige Kramer 3.Ryan Rhodes 4.Steve Coon Jr. 85Sr: 1.Dalton Johnson 2.Kane Ulve 3.Ted Freytag 4.Wyatt Gipe. WmN: 1.Morgan Wheelwright 2.Sierra Leek. 125cc: 1.Morgan Wheelwright 2.Steve Coon Jr. 3.Jimmy Hendrickson 4.Jesse Hetrick 5.Sierra Leek. 200cc: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Morgan Wheelwright 3.Kirk Gorsuch 4.Eric Seglund 5.Daniel Dawson. 250cc: 1.Eric Wheelwright 2.Chad Altfillisch 3.Kurt Krohmer 4.Matt Altfillisch 5.Kyle Ulve. 450cc: 1.Eric Wheelwright 2.Josh Denson 3.Chad Altfillisch 4.Kurt Krohmer 5.Bobby Senn. 600cc: 1.Josh Denson 2.Bobby Senn 3.Dan Groth 4.Andrew Groth 5.Paul Hackbarth. 600 4St: 1.Chad Altfillisch 2.Paul Hackbarth 3.Matt Altfillisch 4.Kirk Gorsuch 5.Kurt Krohmer. 750cc: 1.Kaleb Northrup 2.Pat

Jason Northrup: open class and King of the Hill winner

Sarver 3.Dan Walstad 4.Joey Danekas. open: 1.Jason Northrup 2.Joey Danekas 3.Derek Swanson. +40: 1.Kaleb Northrup 2.Eric Wheelwright 3.Darrin Hynes 4.Mike Bacon 5.Mark Dunbar. +50: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Mark Dunbar 3.Mike Bacon 4.Bruce Holeton 5.Pat

Sarver. 400 St: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Lucas Hayes 3.Wyatt Beaird 4.Colin Smith 5.Jeremy Udell. open St: 1.Paul Hackbarth 2.Clark Aliprandini. Yth Fast Time: Tommy Fortune Am Fast Time: Josh Denson overall Fast Time: Jason Northrup

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Maier Sweeps Big Azzie Lake mills, Wisconsin- July 14 By Dave Hollub

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uly in Wisconsin means two things HOT weather and even HOTTER MX racing, this month at Aztalan Cycle club did not disappoint. The Azzie crew worked hard getting the track ready and even harder at the mid day break to keep the it in great condition for the 480 entries. Some dust developed but, overall it stayed in good shape all day. Benjamin Blazek was ready when the gate dropped for PW Junior and he grabbed the first of his two holeshots leading the rest of the class out onto the track. Blazek slipped up on lap one and fell back into third behind Ayden Price and Nolan Schweighardt. Price had his hands full staying out front as Schweighardt pushed a wheel in on him in almost every corner but Price held on for the win. Blazek again jumped out front at the holeshot in moto two but bobbled going through the scoring area. Schweighardt took advantage and powered around him to take the lead. Schweighardt opened up a good

Jonathan Hyde in +45.

open A class start, mathew maier (543) won seven of eight motos to sweep four A class overalls.

size gap and never looked back as he took the moto win and overall for the day. Blazek had pressure from Price but stayed in second for the moto but finished in third overall behind Price. Schweighardt, “I passed Ben by the barn in the first moto but could not pass the other guy. In moto two I was second in the holeshot. I passed Ben in the Sturn on the first lap. The track

was good but mostly dry in a lot of spots. It is pretty cool my dad also won in his race (+30B/C). Thank you to My Mom and Dad, Fast Eddie (Smulders), Scott goggles, and Schweighardt Concrete.” John Stewart jumped out front in Non-Current and then cruised to the moto win. Bobby Zielinski was busy holding off Ian Malinowski for second all moto. Stewart grabbed the moto two holeshot but by the end of lap one Zielinski had slipped past into the lead. Zielinski held on for another couple laps despite Stewart being all over his rear fender. On the white flag lap Stewart moved out front in the west end. Malinowski battled with Trey Williams for the third slot taking it over just before the checkers came out. The overall went Stewart, Zielinski, and Malinowski. Tyler Gamble took the moto one 85cc 9-13 holeshot ahead of Tristin Woolf and Dj Gritzmacher. When they hit the plateau on moto one Gritzmacher was out front as Woolf, Tristian Tuhy, and Braden Warner came over in tight formation. Warner was in second by the time lap two began, and held on to the finish. Tuhy went down on the white flag lap leaving the door open for Woolf to take third edging out Devin Blume. Gamble

again grabbed the holeshot in moto two but before the first lap was over had dropped out of the race. Gritzmacher again came over the plateau in front, but disappeared before lap two started. Ezra Rugg was out front when the checkers flew with Noah Laedtke across in second and Devin Blume right behind. Rugg took the overall with a 6/1 day while Laedtke (5/2) was second and Blume (4/3) third. 250A was the beginning of a great day for Mathew Maier, but it wasn’t going to come easy. Dillon Kau powered down the start and rounded the holeshot in the lead. Dale Kathan was close behind as they hit the plateau on lap one and then by the second time over Kathan was leading. Kau was being pressured by Dylan Ziolkowski and Maier, with both slipping by in the barn section on lap two. By the fourth time over the plateau, the three leaders were airborne bar to bar with Kathan still holding the lead. On the white flag lap Kathan was passed by both Ziolkowski and Maier in the west end sand section. Maier then went down and Kathan fell on top of him Maier was able to keep second as he got going. Ziolkowski was able to cruise to the moto win followed by Maier and Kau. Moto two, Kau again was out CYCLE USA, August 2013 33


mack Lee (850) leads the 44 rider open C onto the track in moto one.

Ben and Nolan Schweighardt celebrate overall wins in +30B/C and 50Jr.

front around the holeshot but by the time lap one was scored both Maier and Ziolkowski had slipped past. Maier held on out front with Ziolkowski in second and Cody Behrens third at the checkers. Maier continued his A class sweep with six more moto wins to grab the overalls in Open A, Unlimited A, and +25A. Right after clinching his fourth overall of the day a very happy Maier, “My first 250A moto, I didn’t get the greatest start and the top four were all riding really good. Before moto two we did a gear change on the bike and it worked a lot better, and I got a lot better start. I got into the lead within a half lap and just put in some solid laps. It was really good racing today with Dylan Ziolkowski and Josh Philbrick, who are also trying for Nationals, so we were pushing each other pretty hard. It was good practice and great racing to make a good day. In Unlimited A I went 1/1, but in the first moto I had to catch Philbrick. Doing 36

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four classes in the heat was good conditioning. I really think the track was better the second motos, and I have to say they did a really good job with track prep and watering considering the weather. Thanks to Southeast Sales, Western PowerSports, Fly, Motorex, Dragon Goggles, Hickory Road Raceway and my mechanic Eric Peters.” With twenty-six +50 riders lined up it was bound to be a good race. When the gate dropped Al Brhely edged out Tim Boblin for the holeshot, but by the time they hit the plateau it was Jeff Ramsay and Gary Behrens out front. Steve Sorge had slipped into third and had Boblin right on his rear wheel, looking for a chance to slip past. Ramsay stayed out front to the finish. Boblin slipped past Sorge in the barn section on lap two and held on to third to the finish. Ramsay took the holeshot in moto two and had already opened up a gap on Boblin by the time he hit the plateau, making it look like he was going to cruise to an easy win. When the pack came around the start area on lap two Boblin was out front followed by Wayne Welzien, Sorge and Ramsay was back in fourth. Ramsay picked off Sorge in the west end on lap two but Welzien had gotten past Boblin also. Welzien dropped back to third on lap three leaving Ramsay to work on Boblin for the lead. As they hit the plateau Boblin was out front but Ramsay was closing in and when they hit the barn section Ramsay made his move and got out front. Ramsay held on to take the win with Boblin close behind and Sorge making a late charge to finish third. Ramsay, “First moto, I was back in third, but I was able to pass the two leaders right away on the first lap. I was pretty good after

that staying out front. Second moto I got the holeshot but fell in the scoring chicane. I was able to finally get past the three in front of me and got the finish in first place. Luckily none of them ran me over. Wayne Welzien was in first for a while and then he wiped out and I had to get past Boblin. I have to thank Rob’s Powersports for helping me out.” The gates were full in most classes, and the racing action was outstanding. As always the Aztalan Cycle Club says “thank you” to everyone who came out to race or watch, because without you we couldn’t keep having such great events!

Kirsten raemisch won the Women’s class


Aztalan mX results: 250A: 1.Mathew Maier 2.Dylan Ziolkowski 3.Dillon Kau 4.Cody Behrens 5.William Menzel 250B: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Jake Seipel 3.Travis Schaefer 4.Austin Gardinier 5.Shane Cooper 250C: 1.Mason Persha 2.Lucas Zimmerman 3.Nathan Lange 4.Craig Flancher 5.Dustin Hafenstein Sports B/C: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Jamison Duclos 3.Jason Bernhardt 4.Justin Wolf 5.Taylor Strauss open A: 1.Mathew Maier 2.Joshua Philbrick 3.Dylan Ziolkowski 4.Ryan Hughson 5.Joshua Marescalco open B: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Jason Bernhardt 3.Nate Knottnerus 4.Taylor Strauss 5.Neil Knottnerus open C: 1.Bryce Telfer 2.Dillon Riemann 3.Mason Persha 4.Nathan Lange 5.Dustin Hafenstein Women: 1.Kirsten Raemisch 2.Ashley Densow 3.Kaylen Pellmann 4.Jade Wennlund 5.Sierra Dortch Unlim A: 1.Mathew Maier 2.Joshua Philbrick 3.Dillon Kau 4.Joshua Marescalco 5.Robert Behrens +25A: 1.Mathew Maier 2.Ryan Hughson 3.Daniel Holbus 4.Nicholas Pellmann 5.Kirsten Raemisch +25B/C: 1.Justin Hall 2.Thomas Wolf 3.Nate White 4.Greg Niles 5.Tim Martin +30B/C: 1.Benjamin Schweighardt 2.Kevin Whitford 3.Kevin Yde 4.Greg Niles 5.Jeff Ramsay +30A: 1.Karter Busse 2.David Smage 3.Robert Behrens 4.Brad Johnson 5.Marc Ottenad

+40: 1.Brian Mccanna 2.Marc Ottenad 3.Joe Schuster 4.Mike Duclos 5.Robert Raduenz +45: 1.Kevin Yde 2.Robert Raduenz 3.Patrick Boyden 4.Gregg White 5.Anthony Tamborino +50: 1.Jeff Ramsay 2.Tim Boblin 3.Steven Sorge 4.Wayne Welzien 5.Gary Behrens 50Jr: 1.Nolan Schweighardt 2.Ayden Price 3.Benjamin Blazek 4.Kaiden Snyder 5.Nathan Postma 50Sr: 1.Elijah Tetzlaff 2.Owen Haseleu 3.Noah Bindas 4.Ryder Beth 5.Jackson Oehlhof 65 7-11: 1.Dj Gritzmacher 2.Elijah Tetzlaff 3.Mitchell Malaney 4.Brandon Martyniak 5.Dylan Duclos 85 9-11: 1.Dj Gritzmacher 2.Tristin Woolf 3.James Schmeling 4.Mitchell Malaney 5.Brandon Martyniak 85 9-13: 1.Ezra Rugg 2.Noah Laedtke 3.Devin Blume 4.Tristin Woolf 5.Dj Gritzmacher 85 12-15: 1.Dylan Densow 2.Tyler Gamble 3.Seth Doeberlein 4.Ezra Rugg 5.Tristian Tuhy 125Jr: 1.Easton Crevier 2.Shane Cooper 3.Jake Garwood 4.Connor Anderson 5.Brady Bill NonCurr: 1.John Stewart 2.Bobby Zielinski 3.Ian Malinowski 4.Trey Williams 5.Jon Natzke Supermini: 1.Dylan Densow 2.Seth Doeberlein 3.Colton Parson 4.Isac Davey 5.Kyle Kadinger

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Super Day in Millville millville, minnesota – June 30 By Rolfe Otterness

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onner Cunningham mastered the B classes at the sixth round of the Spring Creek Super Series, capturing wins in all four motos of the 250 and Open B classes. He was just one of over 400 entries to take advantage of one of the nicest race days yet this year with the track in prime condition. A few other riders with notable results were Henry Miller in Schoolboy and 14-24B, and Koby Turner smoking the 50cc 4-8 classes. Tucker Hibbert also made a good showing, winning the 14-24 A and Open A classes as he warmed up for his first pro national of the year at Red Bud. Action in the 250A class is always intense, and Nick Jackson was ready to go as they hit the track, rushing to a first moto holeshot. Jackson set a rapid pace but Clay Chapiewski was on a mission and closed in by the end of the first lap. Chapiewski surged past Jackson and began to inch away a bit as the laps went by. Devin Reed and Gavin Kadlec were in a dispute over third while behind them another battle raged between Cole Felland, Luke Peters and Blake Raskovich. When all was concluded, Chapiewski took the win with a couple of seconds over Jackson, while Kadlec held for third over Reed. Felland snared fifth over Raskovich. Felland jumped out front to lead early in the next moto with Peters and Reed in tow. Reed worked his way by to lead the next few laps and Jackson was working on Felland with Chapiewski close behind. Finally on the last lap Jackson and Chapiewski were pressuring Felland hard coming down the pro hill. Some lapped riders were in Jackson’s preferred line and Chapiewski got by him as they went back up the hill, putting Chapiewski right on Felland’s trail. Felland succumbed to the pressure as he bobbled on the last hill before the finish and Chapiewski and Jackson both got by and took the checkers. Reed held third with Kadlec and Felland trailing him to the finish line. Iowan Mike Dertien jumped out front in the first +40C race with Scot Adams and Jesse John running 2-3. Dertien had the track dialed and went on to a big lead for the win. Adams and John stayed strong to the

flag with Dave Wessling and Brian Stewart running in for fourth and fifth. The next moto went off in similar fashion with Dertien crushing ‘em, but John Dupree displaced Stewart for fifth with a determined ride. Aaron Boatman pulled a holie to lead the 85cc 9-12 class into the whoops as they charged out for their first moto. Austin Griffin looked fast as he pressured Boatman and then took over the lead. Griffin crashed in short order and dropped back a few places before he could restart, so Boatman inherited the lead and went on to take control of the moto. Seth Carpenter held second for awhile but Griffin recovered strongly and took over as the runnerup before the flag. Payton Harrison and Deegan Hepp rounded Kyle Lawler won the 2 stroke class. out the top five. second with Carpenter once again third. HarBoatman led early in the second moto but rison finished a bit behind him for fourth with Griffin was right on him and took control of Austin Kristiansen scoring fifth. the lead before they even made the first lap. Kyle Lawler had a strong day in the 125 2 From there to the end, Griffin had a firm grip stroke class. He grabbed holeshots in both on first. Boatman ran a good moto to take motos and ran off for pretty good leads both times out. Max Walburg and Nick Nelson swapped second and third place finishes from moto one to moto two with Walburg taking second overall with the 3-2 score. Logan Hegna and Justin Evans were consistent with 4-4 and 5-5 motos respectively.

Gavin Kadlec enroute to a fourth overall in 250A.

results: Bumblebees 4-8: 1.Cole Mason 2.Grant Hepp 3.Wyatt Johnson 4.Owen Anderson Hornets 7-11: 1.Jake Luloff 2.Owen Hepp 3.Alex Racek 4.Cooper Pederson 5.Spencer Douglas 50cc 4-6: 1.Ethan Rennie 2.Kyler Gollubske 50cc 7-8: 1.Morgan Spetz 2.Jackson Maalis 3.Louie Falardeaux 4.Zach Lehnertz 5.Kyren Sunken CYCLE USA, August 2013 39


50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Koby Turner 2.Wyatt Mcgrath 3.Vincent Harens 4.Mason Kasowicz 5.Lydia Douglas 50cc multi 4-8: 1.Koby Turner 2.Ethan Rennie 3.Wyatt Mcgrath 4.Ryan Sheetz 5.Vincent Harens 65cc 7-9: 1.Gage Krech 2.Gavin Tilford 3.Walker Krampitz 4.Cameron Skaalerud 5.Louie Falardeaux 65cc 10-11: 1.Davis Sunken 2.Kevin Gollubske 3.Paul Castor 4.Ryan Anderson 5.Jerett Maalis 65cc 7-11: 1.Gavin Tilford 2.Gage Krech 3.Cameron Skaalerud 4.Brody Chyma 5.Louie Falardeaux 85cc 9-11: 1.Aaron Boatman 2.Deegan Hepp 3.Austin Kristiansen 4.Nolan Rommel 5.Levi Dertien 85cc 12-15: 1.Austin Nelson 2.Austin Griffin 3.Seth Carpenter 4.Blake Badker 5.Payton Harrison 85cc 9-12: 1.Austin Griffin 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Seth Carpenter 4.Payton Harrison 5.Austin Kristiansen Supermini: 1.Austin Nelson 2.Jacob Geiger 3.Tony Opichka 4.Spencer Dede Schlby 12-16: 1.Joseph Gomez Jr 2.Kyle Lawler 3.Justin Evans 4.Bret Holland 5.Jacob Geiger Jr 14-16: 1.Henry Miller 2.Sam Wise 3.Sam Kemp 4.Collin Reinhart 5.Nate Myers 14-24A: 1.Gavin Kadlec 2.Nicholas Jackson 3.Blake Raskovich 4.Clayton Olson 5.Alexander Linders 14-24B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Sam Wise 3.Marcus Winch 4.Samuel Peterson 5.Wyatt Krampitz 14-24C: 1.Devin Donaho 2.Chase Becker 3.Max Walburg 4.Cory Bruggeman 5.Travis Bartylla +25A: 1.Tucker Hibbert 2.Jesse Johnson 3.Bill Medek 4.Tim Zebro 5.Mike Luoma +25B: 1.Wade Hasse 2.Marshall Berns 3.Samuel Brummund 4.Beau Boerner 5.David Minter +25C: 1.Drew Jech 2.Anthony Gardner 3.Alex Anderson 4.Ryan Benson 5.Joe Jenniges +30A: 1.Bill Medek 2.Brent Mason 3.Tim Zebro 4.Matthew Blaiser 5.Mike Luoma +30B: 1.Josh Harens 2.Jeremy Appel 3.Adam Johnson 4.Beau Boerner 5.Scott Lehnertz +30C: 1.Joe Jenniges 2.Mike Dertien 3.Troy Carter 4.Jesse John 5.Dan Ebneter +40A: 1.Bill Medek 2.Matthew Blaiser 3.Mike

Luoma 4.Brad Cunningham 5.Robert Rauner +40B: 1.Sean Robertson 2.Jeffrey Olson 3.Michael Janovsky 4.Timothy Walker 5.Todd Harrison +40C: 1.Mike Dertien 2.Scot Adams 3.Jesse John 4.Dave Wessling 5.John Depree +45A: 1.Tim Bernloehr 2.Dan Luloff 3.Scott Steinle 4.Brad Cunningham 5.Carl Hein +45B/C: 1.James Lichliter 2.Brad Davis 3.Jay Calkins 4.Joel Lenz 5.Randall Ross +50: 1.Scott Cripps 2.Jerry Dillon 3.John Sunderman 4.Jack Parenteau 5.Rory Huntoon +55: 1.Rory Huntoon 2.Jack Parenteau 3.Jerry Dillon 4.Jerry Schulze 5.Lynn Meyer +60: 1.Jerry Bumgardner 2.Lynn Meyer 3.Harold Gooch 4.Mike Quinn Sr 5.John Meehan Girls Jr. 9-12: 1.Kourtney Trautner 2.Paige Carlson 3.Emma Rauner Girls Sr. 12-16: 1.Kourtney Trautner Women: 1.Trisha Hoover 2.Ann Rysavy 3.Abby Brummund 4.Katherine Vanderwerf 5.Lafayette Dillon 125 2-Strk: 1.Kyle Lawler 2.Max Walburg 3.Nick Nelson 4.Logan Hegna 5.Justin Evans 250A: 1.Clay Chapiewski 2.Nicholas Jackson 3.Devin Reed 4.Gavin Kadlec 5.Cole Felland 250B: 1.Conner Cunningham 2.Carter Reece 3.Sam Kemp 4.Isaac Geiger 5.Collin Reinhart 250C: 1.Devin Donaho 2.Chase Becker 3.Nathan Browning 4.Seth Fischer 5.Travis Bartylla open A: 1.Tucker Hibbert 2.Tracy Morgan 3.Clay Chapiewski 4.Gavin Kadlec

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Crossroads MX Bonus Race mason, Illinois - June 16 By James Pinckard

over us riders for some time at Casey, Southfork and Crossroads. If you raced in the southike so many District 17 ern half of District 17, Nadine races this season, rain has made your racing better over greeted the riders in the years. THANK YOU Nadine search of bonus points. Every and Ray, enjoy your retirement race this season at Crossroads and good luck with your future. has been rained on! One usual Crossroads should be called that didn’t greet the riders was Phoenix because when it looked long time motocross goddess Nalike it was going to be the end, it dine Darling. Nadine has looked was saved. Matthew Jackson from the World of Powersports bought the track. Matt said, “We plan on running every race date that was already on the schedule, plus adding some more, as well as practice days. We made some changes to the track and are working hard to get the dirt in top shape, and make this a great track to ride and race.” The backing the facility will have now will make a huge difference, and this is great news to everyone in the region. At the first race both Tim and Drew Jackson from Casey’s Lincoln Hunter Wilson finished second in Supermini and Schoolboy. Trail Motosports were there to make sure

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everything was going the best they could. With help like that they are bound to become a top track in Illinois. Good luck Matt, and thank you for providing us a great place to both race and ride. With one of the best natural layouts, and the crew working the dirt into top shape, load your bike and head to Crossroads! With the rain coming down it was decided to run a one moto format, so it was winner take all. Most of the races were survival, with riders struggling all around the track in the challenging conditions. Even with the rain the staff still worked on the track, making as good as possible. It’s clear that not every rider is a mud rider, but the ones who are showed they can still lay down fast lap times. In the Supermini class, KTM rider Jason Gepford looked like he enjoyed the mud, taking the win over Hunter Wilson and Jeremy Bergbower. Gepford returner later and take the win in the 85Sr class as well, proving to be one of those skilled riders. The biggest class of the day was +30B/C. Everyone knew getting a good start was a must, and Jonathan Wiley made it count, sliding his way to the win. Behind him there was great racing between Keith Zersen and

Mark Sowarsh, and in the end Zersen finished second. All the riders in this class did well, and never gave up unless they had big trouble like Eric Howe. Howe slid out and stalled his Honda and never could get it to restart. I’m sure next race Howe will be ready and doing the nonrain dance. 250B was also a big class, and these riders were flying!! Trey Clark worked the track, picking the best lines and trying to stay clean. Travis Walker and Brennon Kershaw wanted to make him muddy but on this day they couldn’t make it happen. Clark took the win with Walker second. So even with yet another day of rain... the races went on, and with the good news of Crossroads MX staying open, and having an even brighter future... this seemed the beginning of something great!

results: 125cc: 1.Gage Noblitt 2.Max Thurman Supermini: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Hunter Wilson 3.Jeremy Bergbower 4.Troy Noland 50Jr: 1.Caleb House 50Sr: 1.Clayton Anderson 2.Colson Crouch 65Jr: 1.Beau Noland 2.Colson Crouch 3.Clayton Anderson 65Sr: 1.Skyler Leaf 2.Derick Belt 3.Jacob Mcgee 85Jr: 1.Troy Noland 2.Derick Bell 3.Aidan Glasgow 4.Jacob Mcgee 5.Chace Smothers 85Sr: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Jacob Bell 3.Landen Noggle 4.Noah Watts Schlby: 1.Gage Noblitt 2.Hunter Wilson 14-24: 1.Harley Kunkel 2.Trent Hartke +30A/B: 1.Jonathan Wiley 2.Keith Zersen 3.Mark Sowarsh 4.Steve Bell 5.Ryan Mcclain +40: 1.Don Large +45: 1.Don Large +50: 1.Don Large +55: 1.Rodney Wiley Vintage: 1.Keith Zersen 250A: 1.Todd Jochim 2.Matthew Bell 250B: 1.Trey Clark 2.Travis Walker 3.Brennon Kershaw 4.Nick Lasecki 5.Andrew Kanik 250C: 1.Brennen Sowarsh 2.Kenner Shutt 3.Austin Bell open A: 1.Tyler Kirkman 2.Matthew Bell open B: 1.Nick Lasecki open C: 1.Kenner Shutt Jason Gepford topped mini 1: 1.Chase Smothboth 85Sr and Supermini. ers 2.Aidan Glasgow CYCLE USA, August 2013

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D16/D17 Hare Scrambles Battle Wedron, Illinois - July 21 Photos by Jen Wamhoff & Brett Wilkinson

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he second round of the D16/D17 harescrambles racing at Fox Valley unfolded this day, many of the fast regulars from WI coming to race with those from riders from District 17. Many “firsts” happen as well. The scoring system used has been debugged and now is working well with online real time scoring, letting the people at home see who is doing what on race day, just ten seconds after the rider passes the check point. Another first was Kendall Eslinger (50Jr class) from stadium motocross fame coming to race her first Hare Scrambles. She showed the boys the way around the small course with style. Chasen Orme, and Darrin Herman gave her a run but simply couldn’t catch her. Landon Lee fell a time or too, but charged hard in the end to make a nice comeback. The 50Sr class had the trio of Jaret Zoellner, Lake Plowman, and Elijah Berryman who have been battling each other all summer in the D17 points chase, have another great race. They ran the thirty minute race, battling til the end with Zoellner getting the win. While the kids were banging laps on the smaller course, Super Mini, 85/65, and the Women were testing their skills on the big course. Dry conditions and running the course in clockwise motion made it possible for a much more technical track, along with the new endurocross section which the kids got their first look at in the morning race. Using only the first three obstacles for the kids, it was just tough enough for the majority of them, but not to overwhelming. Dougie Proper rocketed off the line and quickly dispatched the thirty second separation that the Super Mini riders had left ahead of the 85cc class. Proper had Tanner Whipple on his heals most of the race. Most of the racers in the 85cc class had issues with the offcamber uphill ravine section, which let the class leader catch up from the 65cc class. Garrett Ward came through on the second lap in third overall, to the amazement of many. Right on Tanner’s heals, the 65 rider was pounding some good hard laps. Proper and Whipple pulled some real time when Gman had issues, along with D16’s Sam Wolf who also passed. Proper overalled the group, Whipple second, Wolf third ahead of Ward. This all happened in the “first” hour of the day! Minor course adjustments were made and it was time for the +50, and C classes to roll. +50A has some guys that have battled for a long time, the oldest of the bunch Wally Mika who today rode his Harley pulling a trailer to 44

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First time AA class winner, Travis Ward.

the races. Greg Birkland pulled another Hall’s Cycles holeshot and led for quite a few laps til having an issue midway through the race, cramping up is common with old folk. Mika took over the lead, but he didn’t realize the battle going on behind him with Rick Mahrt, Steve Bland, and Kevin Finefield. The trio was chipping away at Mika’s lead. On the last lap they reeled Mika in and with no regard to age, passed and dropped him to the last step on the podium. Finefield missed top three by a minute. The first three riders in this class were separated by less then two seconds.

+30C had twenty-nine riders, and was intense. Multiple bikes not starting on the dead engine start put faster riders behind. Coming into the abbreviated endurocross section it was mass mess. Riders with less experience negotiated this obstacle in many different fashions, with the common denominator, falling over. At one time on the log climb there was at least five riders trying to get over it. The “log” climb is pretty simple, but you can’t just slam it like a dirt jump, you have to ride it. They got it figured out as laps passed, but it took a few to clear up the section. Casey Rick, and Mike Freeman along with Nathan Ming in his first year of racing took top three tiers of the podium. So now over 150 riders have raced and it’s noon. Ready for the afternoon AA , A and B classes to hammer a much more difficult course. ALL the endurocross section is ready, and a much tougher version of Rock Creek is now included. 1 hour, 45 minutes of fast paced, log clearing, tree banging, excavator tire jumping action is to be had. Sixty-four riders are lined up, and eleven of them are AA riders. Off the start, Kyleer Vance (returning after nearly two years) showed he remembered how good he was at getting holeshots, and Austin Wells were right there in the front. Alec Perry and Travis Ward were fighting for position into the first sections. Vance held the lead on the first partial lap as Ward got past Wells and Perry to hound Vance for the lead. On lap two Ward took the lead, while Perry, Wells, and Vance battled in the early laps. Starting in last was District 16’s Husky mounted JD Friebel, already slicing through the pack to get to the leaders. Quietly Shane Klimek was also making is way to the

Getting a good jump off the start, #311 Doug Propper in the 85cc class.


#618 Greg Brikland and Steve Bland lead the +50A riders off the start.

front. At the hour mark Ward had a about a minute lead, but this would soon go away as he lost his front end. Losing a good sixty seconds tightened up the race considerably. The last four laps were amazing. Friebel had his that 4 stroke Husky echoing through the timber as he on the rev limiter. Everyone could see him reeling in the leaders and as he got into second place it was only a matter of time before Ward be at risk. All the while, Wells, Perry and Klimek were battling for every inch of real estate. Friebel, before the white flag lap closed to with in sight of Ward. This meant the next lap and a half was going to come down to lappers, and no mistakes. Both riders’ fastest lap times of the day were the last two laps. Friebel being really close or 30 years old, Ward 17, Perry 19, Wells 19, Klimek a bit older, and their fastest lap times are the end of the race. Friebel pulled some of the fastest laps of the day at 9:31, he did that twice on the third to last lap and the last lap. Ward had consistent with 9:40’s pulled 9:38, 9:35; and the fastest of the day with Friebel hot on his heals a 9:27. Ward got his “first� win in AA after only a half a season, staying ahead of the charge set by Friebel. Perry, Wells, and Klimek more then once were side by side on the logs in the endurocross section. Perry held on for third, with Wells three seconds behind him! Quads have been light the last couple of seasons and today’s turn out was about the biggest it’s been in a while. Five “A� riders

had some good racing. Doug Yunker won, ahead of Jerrod Thomas and Brad Holder. Eric Wittersheim bested the over heated 800cc Can Am from Borellis Suspension fame Garry Borelli. Eric was on a two seater Polaris! Fun times! At the end of the Day, the staff at Fox Valley Off Road was relieved to have a scoring system process well received by the riders. Watching the fans and family walking into each other as they looked at their phones with live results, being obsessed with the ability to be out in the timber, and see who is doing what as they go by the finish line barrels. Phone calls, text messages etc all day long were the order of the day trying to see when the race would be over, and other things. Fox Valley’s next event is in September, and with so many “firsts’’ who knows maybe the next event will have even more! results: open B: 1.Kevin Vance 2.Corey Purlee 3.Tim Heath 4.Peter Kavsky 5.Brad Glasnovich +30A: 1.Jesse Keith 2.Stephen Stuenkel 3.Jay Hall +30B: 1.Luke Kaszynski 2.Lee Orme 3.Lance Kent +40A: 1.Randy Southard 2.Jeff Snedecor 3.Steve Perkins 4.Jim Perry 5.Thomas Burtle +40B: 1.Karl Lueschon 2.Greg Blaesing 3.Matt Wamhoff 4.Brian Roland 5.Joel Huggins Quad A: 1.Doug Yunker 2.Jerrod Thomas 3.Brad Holder 4.Chris Breitwieser 5.Todd McGuire Quad B: 1.Clayton Curco Quad C: 1.Jared Castlemen 2.Edward Gimenez 3.Joey Burgess Quad +30: 1.Bryan Wittersheim 2.Kevin Johnson 3.Dan Siener Quad Utility: 1.Eric Wittersheim 2.Garry Borelli 50Jr: 1.Kendall Eslinger 2.Chasen Orme 3.Darrin Herman 4.Landon Lee

riley Schuler won the open A class. 5.Reece Frankford 50Sr: 1.Jaret Zoellner 2.Lake Plowman 3.Elijah Berryman 4.Nathan Young 5.Cole Godfrey 65 BEG: 1.Robert Lawrence 2.Noah Lee 3.Lolito Eguia 4.Elijah Berryman 5.Jaret Zoellner 65cc: 1.Garrett Ward 2.Blake Phelps 3.Kale Cline 4.Conner Mabus 5.Dakota Carber 85cc: 1.Doug Propper 2.Tanner Whipple 3.Eli Otterbach 4.Sam Wolf

5.Robert Bland 250B: 1.Blake Ryan 2.Jarred Hall 3.Dalton Brough 4.Manson Amerling 5.Colton Saylor open A: 1.Riley Schuler 2.Frank Cabllero 3.Steve Deniet 4.Nolan Schuler 5.Heath Drone AA: 1.Travis Ward 2.JD Friebel 3.Alec Perry 4.Austin Wells 5.Shane Klimek Supermini: 1.Nolan Blaesing 2.Dalton Garecht 3.Michael Burtle Women: 1.Kim Chandler 2.Nikki Dixon 3.Paige Garecht 4.Autumn Franklin 5.Monica Jazwiecki open C: 1.Trey Waage 2.Mickey Johnson 3.neil irwin 4.Jordon White 5.Randall Anderson +30C: 1.Casey Rick 2.Michael Freeman 3.Nathan Ming 4.Darren Buffo 5.John Griffiths +50A: 1.Steve Bland 2.Rick Mahrt 3.Wally Mka 4.Kevin Finefield 5.Greg Birkland +50B: 1.Dale Buffo 2.Andy Garecht 3.Jeff Oldenburg 4.Doug Johnson 5.Brain Buffo 200C: 1.Braden Houswenga 2.Matthew McDonald 3.Alex Parks 4.Mason French 5.Caleb Mabus Thumper: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.Sammy Esposito 3.Ken Loews Vintage: 1.Brian Roland 2.Mark Caballero

  

        

 

   



                 

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The Best Of Times in Mankato mankato, minnesota - July14 By Dusty Rose

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t was the best of times, it was the worst of times. – Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities (1859). Best of times… On July 14th, near Mankato, MN, a person could look up and see the deep blue sky with the occasional patches of white clouds. It was a perfect day for some awesome motocross racing. Worst of times… The day before, on Satur-

day, torrential rains had prevented the mx practice from taking place. On Sunday the racers were anxious to tear up the track. The Honda of Phil Miklo busted out of the gates in the +45 Open class. Miklo pinned it and checked out. Jeff Schreurs zigzagged his way to second position, while Jon Holtz of Trimont, MN held onto third. Both motos ended with Miklo, Schreurs and Holtz controlling the same top positions. Seven men believed or at least hoped they

Bill medek chases Brad Cunningham in the +40A class.

#125 Phil miklo swept both motos of the +45 class.

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could top the +40C class. #403, Cory Wiltse ripped the holeshot with Dan Frasson, Scott Archibauld and Jeremy Peak in hot pursuit. As Wiltse and D. Frasson settled in the first and second positions, Mario Frasson snuck past Archibauld. Wiltse, D. Frasson and M. Frasson finished one-two-three. The gates dropped for moto two, Dan Frasson, Wiltse and Mario Frasson broke through the pack and sped away to the backside of the Kato Cycle Cub track. Dan kept the pace smooth and steady to the checkered flag. Wiltse claimed second and Mario held on for third. The +40A class proved to be an incredible rivalry between Brad Cunningham, Bill Medek and Darwin Frideres. Cunningham squeaked through for the holeshot, caught the step up and disappeared into the hillside. Medek and Frideres stayed close, while battling for the second and third. On lap four, Medek continued his challenge, but Cunningham stayed focused, maneuvered the downhill sweeper and flew over the triple, reaching the finish line first. In the second moto Medek found the better line out of the gates as Cunningham and Frideres followed. Cunningham kept the pressure on Medek, but couldn’t find an opening to make a pass. Medek crossed the finish line first, grabbing the overall as well. The 65cc 10-11 class was led by Josh Boaz as they came off the line. Kyle Johnson, Davis Sunken and Cole Summers kept close as Boaz checked out. Sunken and Summers passed Johnson. Boaz seized the checkered flag in both motos as Sunken and Summers followed across in the second moto again. In the 65cc 7-9 class a bit of darkness fell upon us when young Chase Hazlett lost control, flying over a jump, and landed on top of Carter Anderson. (Both riders are OK.) “Keep control of those bikes, little tikes.” Walker Krampitz and Dillon Nelson sprung out of the gates and hoped to be lead dog in the class. After a close first lap, Nelson took command. Krampitz held the throttle open as Nolyn Hempel schemed into third. Nelson returned as the victor in moto two as Hempel and Krampitz swapped the second and third place finishes. The day’s temps climbed to the high 80’s, no rain in sight, it was a good day. Thanks to the Motokazie crew for the sweet day of racing on a perfect track, it was the best of times. motokazie: 7/14/13: 250C: 1.Seth Fischer 2.Dylan Degross 3.Jordan Frericks 4.Devin Donaho 5.Jorgen Dahl 250A: 1.Blake Raskovich 2.Phillip Warkenthien 250B: 1.Conner Cunningham 2.Sam Kemp 3.Mitch D. Hallet 4.Zach Bell 5.John Weir +30A: 1.Bill Medek 2.Jared Kerr 3.Darwin Frideres 4.Levi Mcmains


+30B: 1.Josh Neutgens 2.Phil Miklo 3.Beau Boerner 4.Scott Nuss 5.Josh Cherro +45A: 1.Tim Bernloehr 2.Brad Cunningham 85cc 9-11: 1.Josh Boaz 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Austin Kristiansen 4.Cade Marten 5.Davis Sunken 85cc 12-15: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Kole Lemcke 3.Jake Johnson 4.Payton Harrison 5.Hunter John Meyer Girls Jr 9-12: 1.Kourtney Trautner 2.Paige Carlson 250Jr 14-16: 1.Sam Kemp 2.Trevor Archibald 3.Zach Bell 4.Mason Marty 5.Cameron Langerman +25A: 1.Bill Medek 2.Kevin Rodel 3.Jared Kerr +25B: 1.Josh Neutgens 2.Beau Boerner 3.Brandon Kending 4.Travis Holst 5.Jonathon Griffith 14-24C: 1.Devin Donaho 2.Aaron Sperling 3.Brandon Beranek 4.Brad Bauer 5.Tyler Schmiesing +25C: 1.Ryan Benson 2.Steve Nelson 3.Steve Loewen 4.Corey Jahnke 5.Ryan Neiters 85cc 9-12: 1.Josh Boaz 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Austin Kristiansen 4.Cade Marten 5.Brennen Berends Supermini 12-15: 1.Kole Lemcke 2.Austin Nelson 3.Jacob Mertens 4.Ben Adamson Girls Sr 12-16: 1.Kyra Boaz 2.Sophie Johnson 3.Kourtney Trautner 4.Sacia Ogden open A: 1.Nathan Kohnke 2.Blake Raskovich 3.Brandon Stewart

4.Bryce Bernloehr 5.Jacob Berg open B: 1.Conner Cunningham 2.Marcus Winch 3.Wyatt Krampitz 4.John Weir 5.Mitch Hallet 65cc 7-11: 1.Josh Boaz 2.Dillon Nel-

son 3.Cole Summers 4.Nolyn Hempel 5.Chase Hazlett +40A: 1.Bill Medek 2.Brad Cunningham 3.Darwin Frideres +40B: 1.Scott Nuss 2.John Berends 65cc 10-11 third place finisher Cole Summers.

+40C: 1.Dan Frasson 2.Cory Wiltse 3.Mario Frasson 4.Jeremy Peak 5.Marc Mikkelson +45 open: 1.Phil Miklo 2.Jeff Schreurs 3.Jon Holtz 4.Mitch Trom 5.Randall Ross 125 12+: 1.Walker Kruse 2.Kyle Lawler 3.Max Walburg 4.Jorgen Dahl 5.Marcus Koester open C: 1.Seth Fischer 2.Brandon Beranek 3.Dylan Degross 4.Stephen Kassel 5.Aaron Sperling open D: 1.Austin Quinn 65cc 7-9: 1.Dillon Nelson 2.Nolyn Hempel 3.Walker Krampitz 4.Cayden Merten 5.Chase Hazlett 65cc 10-11: 1.Josh Boaz 2.Davis Sunken 3.Cole Summers 4.Kyle Johnson 14-24A: 1.Brandon Stewart 2.Alexander Linders 3.Jacob Berg 4.Josh Lindgren 14-24B: 1.Marcus Winch 2.Wyatt Krampitz 3.Trent Kubes 4.Jeffrey Doege 5.John Weir +30C: 1.Steve Nelson 2.Sean Thibodeaux 3.Ryan Neiters 4.Josh Fischer 5.Brian Stewart +50: 1.Jon Holtz 2.Alan Novotny 3.Jeff Schreurs 4.Randall Ross 5.Cory Wiltse +55: 1.Raymond Friedlund Schlby 12-16: 1.Tom Flintrop 2.Walker Kruse 3.Kyle Lawler 4.Bret Holland 5.Ben Adamson Women 12+: 1.Jacqueline Riess 2.Ann Rysavy 3.Katie Vanderwerf 4.Sophie Johnson 5.Kari Cun

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Friebel tops Stone Lake Stone Lake, Wisconsin – July 7 By Keith McKenna

The beautiful Summit Lake Game Farm near the quiet little town of Stone Lake in Wisconsin played host to the fourth round of the AMA District 23 Hare Scrambles series. The morning skies dawned clear, bright and warm. With dew points in the tropical range and temps forecasted to hit ninety degrees, the racers stamina would surely be put to the test. The first racers to line up on the dusty moto track were the Premier riders, racing mostly 80cc-100-cc two strokes with a sprinkling of CRF150s thrown in for good measure. In the very competitive class, consistent front runner Collin Maynard pulled out to an early lead on his KTM 105 to gap second place Suzuki rider Jack Maki, with Colton Reschke only two seconds behind in third. The second lap saw Reschke take over second, only to be repassed by Maki on lap three. On lap four Reschke re-assumed the second position and held the spot till the end. Up next for their thirty minute turn at the course were the Micro/Macro racers. Tensions mounted on the start line (for the parents) as the little racers shot off the line. SX50 rider Charlie Siebenaler got off to a

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quick start, to lead the race from flag to flag. With a true racer’s spirit, Charlie was throwin down lil macro “whips” over every jump he could. Only a few seconds behind, Travis Illies on another KTM was working to keep the lead rider honest. To complete the sweep of the podium for the orange brigade, Alex Artmann battled the heat for third place, just ahead of the Honda CRF50R of Cora Reschke. The C class/ Women race lined up next with

Luke Tonsager going to victory in open B.

temps climbing. Conditions that would put the racer conditioning to the test. On the Women’s line, at the drop of the flag Yamaha mounted Mary Schreiner shot to the first turn ahead of the rest with full time motocross racer Susan Voss wheeling her KX250F into the second position with the Yamaha of Jordan Grinhaug a close third. Remarkably, that would be the finishing order at the end of the one hour race. In 200C action, Kawasaki mounted Mitch Thelen assumed the lead in a race that would see him build a two plus minute lead only to have it vanish on the last lap, when he was passed by Yamaha mounted Darrin Froemming. Nehemiah Buchholz held onto third place on a track that was rapidly becoming dusty and hammered out. The last race of the day was the two hour AA, A and B class event, featuring some seriously fast midwest offroad company. In 250B, Honda mounted Nolan Heppner looked intent to bring home the gold right from the drop of the green flag, as he established an early lead that

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Everisto Giuliani in the closing stages of his +50 race.

would never be challenged. Riding smooth and steady, Nolan was able to build up a lead that would see him cross the line just over five minutes ahead of the second place Alex Campbell, who in the end only finished six seconds ahead of Matthew Schmidt after two hours of racing. The Vet A class race proved to be a European affair, save for a lone Honda in the top six. Husqvarna mounted #25 Garrett Hansen and KTM mounted Boris Malich were the only two Vet riders able to complete six laps on the hot, dusty, rocky and heavily wooded course. Shawn Gerulli piloted his GasGas to a well earned third place. In the AA class, the fastest of the fast were all set to put on a great show. By the time the riders exited the first turn on the opening lap, all present knew that they were going to see a battle of epic proportions. Wisconsin resident, national enduro and Hare Scramble champion and ISDE competitor Jd Friebel made the journey to challenge the Minnesota hot shoes in a contest that would see him triumph in the end. But the victory would not just be handed to him, he had to earn it. The end of the opening lap saw Minnesota’s Nate Ferderer slicing his way through the woods in first place with Kyle Nelson hot on his heels. Ferderer held for the first three laps. Lap four saw the Husky mounted rider relegated to fifth place with Honda mounted Dylan Debel assuming the lead sixteen seconds ahead of second place Friebel on his Husquvarna, with Kyle Nelson just over one minute back. Debel held the point till the last lap, when Friebel snuck past to finish the race on top of the podium, with Yamaha mounted Kyle Nelson holding on to third. Ferderer finished fourth, just ahead of Matt Stavish on his 50

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Turn one in the Premier class. #84 Josiah Vanmoer tries to sneak under mason French #1644.

Checkpoint Offroad KTM. Big “GET WELL” Shout-out to Robert Lane who crashed and broke two bones in his leg on lap two in the AA race. Word has it that the Gods have not been smiling on Mr Lane, as of late. Here’s to getting well soon and rebounding from a run of bad luck. results: AA: 1.Jd Friebel 2.Dylan Debel 3.Kyle Nelson 4.Nathan Ferderer 5.Mathew Stavish 200A: 1.Steve Reschke 250A: 1.Tyler Pogreba 2.Jonathan Acker 3.Paul Reschke 4.Kevin Plzak 5.Mitchell Watson open A: 1.Dan Illies 2.Andy Foley 3.Tony Deutsch 4.Brandon Murphy 5.Peter Nickel Jr +30A: 1.Garrett Hansen 2.Boris Mahlich 3.Shawn Gerulli 4.Travis Schwartz 5.Curt Curtis +40A: 1.David Spizman 2.Dan Magnuson 3.Todd Johnson 4.David Voss 5.Chris Macintosh +50A: 1.Dave Schreiner 2.Brad Kortbein 3.Leon Imholte 200B: 1.Tanner Huotari 2.Derrick Ruggeberg 3.Chaz Herzog 4.Christopher Tomolillo 250B: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Alex Campbell 3.Matthew Schmidt 4.Dylan Kobel 5.Randy Lieder open B: 1.Luke Tonsager 2.Logan Staudinger 3.Jason Zazoski 4.John Caldwell 5.Jared Georgeson +30B: 1.Jeremy Linge 2.Joseph Copley 3.Eric Keranen 4.Jerry Costello 5.Billy May +40B: 1.Joe Vadeboncoeur 2.Gary Walton 3.Karl Lueschow 4.Kurt Olsen 5.Richard Ziebell +50B: 1.Michael Carlson 2.Steven Novak 3.Phil Crick 4.Paul Schommer 5.Timothy Murphy 200C: 1.Darrin Froemming 2.Mitchell Thelen 3.Nehemiah Buchholz 4.Logan Kittock 5.Tyler Tedrick 250C: 1.Miguel Mahlich 2.Austin Hawk 3.Riley Plisek 4.Zach Wittmer 5.Matt Kramer open C: 1.Trey Waage 2.Jaime Forslund 3.Devon Forsberg 4.Tristan Waage 5.Mike Post +30C: 1.Jason Cherney 2.Andrew Falk 3.Dale Henkes 4.Charlie Wuollet 5.Christopher Munson +40C: 1.Gary Gibson 2.Mike Kolden 3.William Wachholder 4.Bert Powell 5.Keith Wiger +50C: 1.Ed Sowle 2.Dan Forslund 3.Michael Shupien 4.Randy Riley 5.Denver Harris masters: 1.Len Fazendin 2.Jim Erickson 3.Donald Krueger 4.Roger Radunz Women: 1.Mary Schreiner 2.Susan Voss 3.Jordan Grinhaug 4.Kelsey Grinhaug 5.Jessica Curtis

Junior: 1.Collin Maynard 2.Mason French (); 3.Dusty Ruggeberg 4.Hunter Fischer 5.Calvin Artmann Premier: 1.Collin Maynard 2.Colton Reschke 3.Jack Maki 4.Mason French 5.Alex Tweeton PeeWee: 1.Dalton Kittock 2.Kyle Magnuson 3.Brady Kittock 4.Ross Niewoehner 5.Jayme French Girls: 1.Miranda Tweeton 2.Sarah Stronczer macro: 1.Charlie Siebenaler 2.Travis Illies 3.Alex Artmann 4.Cora Reschke micro: 1.Lileeana O'Neil 2.Lucas Mccoy

mason French through the rocky and sandy two track to finish fourth in Premier.


open C off the line, #422 Bryce Telfer went on for the win.

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moto, and Densow rode at the back all moto after a hard first turn crash. 250C had fifteen riders come off the line in each moto, and right away the top three grabbed their positions and held on to the end... making it easy on the scoring team. Bryce Telfer put his Honda ahead of Logan

an’t get enough racing... well Gravity Park in Chilton, WI provided the opportunity to satisfy that desire on the expanded Fourth of July weekend. It kicked off on Friday, and then ramped up even more on Saturday afternoon with District 16 and Triplecross points. Practice and the first motos took place under natural lighting, then as the program progressed, the lights were turned on and racing continued into the evening. Nothing unusual here... as the facility runs a regular night time program, and is well set up to do so. The three event weekend was well received, and a lot of families elected to set up camp, and take it all in. On Saturday, the 250B class kicked off with DePere’s Easton Crevier jumping out to a quick lead. Shane Cooper slid into second early in the first lap, ahead of Ashley Densow. Crevier established a bit of a gap as he never looked back, and ran solid to the checkered flag. As the white flag came out, Dennis Ponton made his final pass of the moto, getting by Densow for third. Brady Schernick finished fifth. Ponton got off to a better start in the second moto and used that Bill Berger was fast, winning the Quad A class. advantage to get the moto win ahead of Crevier. Brendan Gille Telfer, and the two led Andrew Swienton to improved on his first moto seventh for third... the finish. John Bougnett was fourth all the good for fourth overall behind Shane Cooper way into the final lap before Dustin Hafen(2-5). Schernick wasn’t able to finish the stein managed to slip past. As clear cut as it

was in the front of the pack... behind Hafenstein there were four riders constantly engaged in a fight to move up. In the end, Nicholas Randrup managed to top the others for sixth on his Kawasaki. Moto two was a perfect repeat for the top three riders, starting and ending just as they did in the previous moto. Rob’s Performance/ FMF backed Bryce Telfer after getting the win, “The track is great, and my holeshots have been wonderful. Having my brother behind me in both motos was fun, and it was just a good clean pair of motos. This is my first time here this year. We always ride Arkansaw, Aztalan and a couple other places, but this is fun. I love it here, and they’ve done a lot with the track.” Randrup made the best of that first moto fight, and crossed in fourth this time for fourth overall ahead of Keegan Cummins and Hafenstein. Bryce Telfer won the Open C class as well... leading all the way. Taylor Roloff of Neenah was second ahead of Nicholas Randrup. A late race charge by both Brady Bill and Chris Groenier helped them climb into the top five. Roloff settled for third in moto two behind Hafenstein, but still had second overall locked in. Haiden Waelchli swept both moto wins in the 85 9-11 class. In the first moto Aidan McCormick pulled the holeshot with Waelchli and Preston Maki right behind. Their first trip through the new whoop section was all Waelchli needed to take the lead. McCormick rode well to finish second, and Dana Hanna made a late move inside of Maki for third. Sam Forstner crossed in fifth.


50Sr rider Easton Block was really quick, winning both motos.


In the second moto, Forstner stepped it up and finished second ahead of McCormick while Hanna crossed the line in fourth after a rough moto. Ten +40 riders hit the track with the intent of having a good time, and showing the younger generations they could master the stadium style layout as well as anyone. Lyle Block got a little breathing room early ahead of Wayne Welzien, Tom Ferguson and Doug Forstner, but it didn’t last. Welzien and the others started jumping a few of the doubles they hadn’t on the opening lap, and were quickly all over Block. The top four stayed tight through each lap, then with two to go, Ferguson pulled a nice inside block on Welzien in a bowl turn for second. The last lap pass Ferguson pulled in the first moto had him energized before the second gate drop... hoping for a shot at the overall. He got a good jump, and pulled the holeshot with none other than Block at his side through the first couple sections of track. Forstner also had a better start, in front of Welzien. Ferguson saw his opportunity start to slip away when they hit the new whoop section the first time, and Block used the rougher side to get by and take the lead. From there the top four held tight and Block took the overall following two moto wins on his Suzuki. The second moto set the overalls... with Forstner third ahead of Welzien. Matt Fischer wrapped up fifth overall (5-5).

The 125Jr class is always quick to impress a crowd on a stadium style track. Right off the start Southeast Sales back Dennis Ponton dropped the hammer and never looked back. He led all the way, but never really pulled enough of a lead to relax as Easton Crevier was there looking for an opening all moto. Shane Cooper was in third, but eventually slid back to fifth as both Logan Telfer and then Andrew Swienton worked up mid moto. Ponton made his intent clear in the second moto as he pulled away for the win. After more close racing, the top five positions were all held by the same riders as they were in the first moto. Anthony Tamborino has been around a long time, and tonight he showed some of that experience on his way to winning both motos of the +45 class. Behind Tamborino, Racine’s Jim Middlebrook grabbed second in the first moto just ahead of Tommy Gerlach and Eric Sturm. Gerlach turned it around in the second moto getting ahead of Middlebrook when it counted for second in the moto, and overall. The 85cc 12-15 class delivered some of the night’s fastest, and closest racing. A good call was Sam Lenz through the new whoops in 125Jr. made by the track team in the first

+25B/C winner Jake Smith

moto. A re-start came after Dylan Densow slid out hard while leading on the first lap. He came across a rider in the track from the previous moto, and fell avoiding him. Something that shouldn’t happen, and the crew quickly stopped, and re-started the moto. Densow was hurting after the fall, but took it in stride. Starting from the far outside gate, he pushed hard into the first turn and came out in second behind the very quick Eddie Norred on his Yamaha. Norred had Densow glued to his rear fender through the entire opening lap. Sam Malcolm, Ronald Schmidt and Tommy Gerlach were having their own battle for third as well. As the laps counted down, Densow never let up, pushing Norred all the way. Norred after the moto, “Dylan went down in that first start, and I think that made a difference. He tried to get around me in the restart, but I held him off through the corner. He kept trying to block pass me in this one section, and we both had a good ride. I knew he was hurting and I doubt he was riding at his full potential. It was a great race though for sure. The track is fun, but you need good rhythm, and I haven’t ridden on anything like this for a long time. I haven’t been here in years, but I think the track is great, just different than what I am used to. I’ll get better at it. I would like to thank my mom and dad, as well as Rock River, and Sportland 2.” Norred did win the moto, and a sign of what this kid is all about, he pulled off after crossing the line, and high fived or acknowledged ever other rider coming off the track. Pretty classy for sure. CYCLE USA, August 2013

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We were set for a great second moto showdown but it didn’t happen as Norred didn’t start the moto. Densow never let up after grabbing the holeshot, and ran super fast right to the checkered flag. Malcolm and Schmidt both moved up a spot from the first moto as well, while Kendra Randrup finished fourth ahead of Gerlach (5-5 for fourth overall). The night ended on the well lit track... and everyone’s attention turned to getting a good night’s rest before the second day of big racing came Sunday. With the free race on Friday, then back to back District 16/Triplecross events on Saturday and Sunday, it was a perfect way to spend the long holiday weekend. results: Women: 1.Kendra Randrup 2.Sierra Heindl 3.Kendra Tutt 4.Shayna Worden 5.Dana Hanna 125Jr: 1.Dennis Ponton 2.Easton Crevier 3.Logan Telfer 4.Andrew Swienton 5.Shane Cooper Quad A: 1.Bill Berger 2.Judd Skubal 3.Tim Barker 50Jr 4-6: 1.Ayden Price 2.Kaiden Snyder 3.Kaden Cronick 4.Kayden Berger 5.Grant Neubauer 50Sr: 1.Easton Block 2.Owen Hase-

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Andrea Berger finished second in Quad B/C. leu 3.Aidan Colombo 4.Dyllan Young 5.Hannah Densow +40: 1.Lyle Block 2.Tom Ferguson 3.Doug Forstner 4.Wayne Welzien 5.Matt Fischer 250A: 1.Kyle Hameister

85 9-11: 1.Haiden Waelchli 2.Aidan Mccormick 3.Sam Forstner 4.Dana Hanna 5.Preston Maki open B: 1.Blake Bocek 2.Austin Hamburgur 3.Jake Smith open C: 1.Bryce Telfer 2.Taylor Roloff 3.Nicholas Randrup 4.Dustin

Hafenstein 5.Chris Groenier +30A: 1.Dale Neubauer 2.Daniel Lopez +30B/C: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Matt Fischer 3.Jeff Ramsay 4.Tommy Gerlach 5.Jim Middlebrook 85 9-13: 1.Eddie Norred 2.Ronald Schmidt 3.Dane Klinger 4.Devin Blume 5.Tommy Gerlach +25B/C: 1.Jake Smith 2.Kurt Dubord 3.Tom Farchione 4.Jeremy Jacobs 5.Samuel Burhop +25A: 1.Jeremy Kuhn 2.Travis Grendzinsk Sports B/C: 1.Tom Perryman 2.Jeremy Smith 3.Brady Schernick 65 7-11: 1.Haiden Waelchli 2.Aidan Mccormick 3.Hunter Swienton 4.Sam Forstner 5.Gage Neubauer Supermini 12-16: 1.Dylan Densow 2.Sam Malcolm 3.Michael Wiggins 4.Maxwell Mayer 5.Kyle Sundberg +45: 1.Anthony Tamborino 2.Tommy Gerlach 3.Jim Middlebrook 4.Eric Sturm 5.Paul Geibl open A: 1.Jeremy Kuhn 2.Kyle Hameister 3.Travis Grendzinsk 4.Tyler Stoll +50: 1.Jeff Ramsay 2.Wayne Slagle 3.Wayne Welzien 4.Glen Brandemuehl 5.Dale Lardinois Quad B/C: 1.Gabe Dommer 2.Andrea Berger 3.Kevin Klinger 85 12-15: 1.Dylan Densow 2.Sam Malcolm 3.Ronald Schmidt 4.Tommy Gerlach 5.Kendra Randrup 250B: 1.Easton Crevier 2.Dennis Ponton 3.Shane Cooper 4.Brendan Gille 5.Jeremy Smith 250C: 1.Bryce Telfer 2.Logan Telfer 3.Andrew Swienton 4.Nicholas Randrup 5.Dustin Hafenstein


2013 D16 Events 8 14 15 21 22 28

TT ST TT ST ST TT

Antigo Wheels .........................Antigo Beaver Cycle..........................Atwater Beaver Cycle .........................Atwater Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills Gravity Park ...........................Chilton

Motocross

www.amadistrict16.com Dates subject to change November Meetings & Banquet 8 District 16 MX Meeting..................Wis. Dells 9 D16 Annual Meeting/Banquet.......Wis. Dells

Enduro

Points will not be awarded for youth events. Two throw outs will be allowed for 2013 TBD Date delayed SEWER........Adams, WI August 10 Hill and Gully Riders.......Roselawn, IN 11 Hill and Gully Riders.......Roselawn, IN 24 *Yth Straight Arrow ER .........Duquette, MN 25 Straight Arrow ER .........Duquette, MN November 3 End Riders M/C.................Goshen, IN

Dirt Track

August 11 TT Antigo Wheels..........................Antigo 17 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 18 ST Aztalan Cycle......................Lake Mills 24 ST Beaver Cycle..........................Atwater September 7 ST Antigo Wheels..........................Antigo

* = D16 Points NQ = No Quads August 10 * Valley Raceway Inc .....Crystal Falls MI 11 * Valley Raceway Inc .....Crystal Falls MI 11 *NQ Aztalan Cycle Club ..............Lake Mills 17 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 17 * Sugar Maple Mx ..................Hill Point 18 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 18 * Sugar Maple Mx ..................Hill Point 23 CMJ-I94 .................................Hustler 24 CMJ-I95 .................................Hustler 24 * Gravity Park USA ....................Chilton 25 *NQ Fantasy Moto ........................Tigerton September 1 *NQ Pine Ridge Raceway...........Athelstane AMA Pro-Am 7 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club ..............Lake Mills Mike Gaborsky Senior Race 8 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club ..............Lake Mills AMA Pro-Am 15 NQ Fantasy Moto ........................Tigerton AMA Pro-Am 21 *NQ Pine Ridge Raceway...........Athelstane 29 * Sugar Maple Mx ..................Hill Point October 5 NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 6 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 13 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club ..............Lake Mills

Hare Scrambles

August 18 Midwest Enduro Riders ......Stone Lake 25 Forest City Riders.................Byron, IL September 15 Sugar Maple MX ...................Hillpoint 29 Rapid Angels ......................WI Rapids

Dual Sports

September 28/29 WI Dual Sport Riders .............Wabeno October 20 Kettle Moraine Sprt Rdrs........Allenton 26 Madison M/C...................Cross Plains 27 Forest City Riders ...........Leaf River, IL

Trials Events

September 21-22 WOTA .......................Black River Falls October 5-6 WOTA ...................................Mauston

District 16 Officers:

President, Todd Ellingson........................715-451-1168 V. President, Joe Stoppleworth................920-579-2372 Secretary, Judy Sumner .........................262-754-0686 Treasurer, Erin Aune...............................262-895-2469 Registration, Erin Aune...........................262-895-2469 Dist.Legislative Off. Mike Schwarzenbacher ..........................920-319-6889

Referees and Pointskeepers:

Dirt Track, Danny Vrana.........................262-689-2842 Enduro, Curt Shomberg..........................608-438-6960 Hare Scram, Bill Sheppard......................608-921-9833 Hillclimb, Mike Bronk.............................715-325-4034 Motocross, Dave Arva ............................262-255-2291 Road, Brett Lobajeski.............................920-922-4091 Trials, Dave Schigoda .............................262-424-3582

Clubs and Promoters

Antigo Wheels .............................715-623-1133 Arkansas Creek Cycle Club...........715-285-5679 Aztalan Cycle Club.......................414-297-9367 Beaver Cycle Club........................920-419-2863 CMJ Raceway ..............................608-220-6853 DeGrave Motorsports Park...........906-466-7272 Door County Fair Association........920-309-0623 DVR Enterprise ............................262-689-2842 Fantasy Moto ..............................920-419-2863 Gravity Park USA ........................920-378-3864 Kettle Moraine Sports Riders........262-689-2842 Madison M/C ..............................608-220-5564 Marshfield T & T Riders................715-384-4555 Midwest Off Road Trail Riders ......715-743-4132 Pine Ridge Raceway ....................715-856-6612 Range Moto-X.............................906-231-7733 Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club.......715-421-5038 Rib Mountain Riders ....................715-573-4934 Southeast Wisconsin End Riders....262-930-0358 Southeastern Short Trackers.........262-754-0686 Sugar Camp Area Racing .............715-272-1101 Sugar Maple MX..........................608-393-8812 UP Sandstormers.........................906-228-7010 Valley Raceway Inc......................906-236-3345 Valley Springs MC Club ................715-594-3726 Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders.........920-213-9030 Wisconsin Observed Trials ............319-624-2003 X-Mas Family Motorsports ...........906-202-2681 Associate Members Forest City Riders M/C ..........(IL) 815-624-6535 Fox Valley Off-Road..............(IL) 815-539-9021 Grand Kankakee Trail Riders .(IL) 708-949-0999 Hawkeye Motorcycle Club............608-763-2821 Hill And Gully.......................(IN) 630-798-4645 Riders M/C ..........................(IN) 574-248-2544 Straight Arrow End Riders ...(MN) 651-456-0224

Hill Climb

September 1 Valley Springs M/C Club ..................Bay City

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2013 D17 Events

www.amadistrict17.com Dates subject to change

Motocross Director: Gerhard Ward NQ= No Quad classes, B= Bonus points, PA= ProAm, NL= Night, Limited classes. All have semi pro, amateur & youth classes except where indicated Q only, (Quad classes only) August 9 NL Pleasure Riders MC...............Georgetown 11 B Muddy Waters.......................East Moline 10 Pleasure Riders MC................Cayuga, IN 11 NQ Pleasure Riders MC................Cayuga, IN 18 Crossroads MX..............................Mason 18 B Tri-City MC.............................Coal Valley 18 Motosports Park............................Byron 25 NQ, B 4-P Promotions............................Walnut September 1 NQ, B Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey 1 Motosports Park............................Byron 2 NQ Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey 8 Tri-City MC.............................Coal Valley 8 NQ KI Tracks.....................................Oregon 15 Galesburg MC .........................Galesburg 15 NQ, PA Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey 22 Crossroads MX..............................Mason 22 Muddy Waters.......................East Moline 22 NQ KI Tracks.....................................Oregon

28 Q only Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey 4-P Promotions............................Walnut 28 NQ 29 Q Only, BLincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey 29 NQ, PA 4-P Promotions............................Walnut October 5 4-P Promotions............................Walnut 4-P Promotions............................Walnut 6 13 B Joliet Motosports...................Wilmington 13 Crossroads MX..............................Mason Muddy Waters.......................East Moline 13 19 B for Q Pleasure Riders MC................Cayuga, IN 20 NQ, B Pleasure Riders MC................Cayuga, IN 20 4-P Promotions............................Walnut 26 Q Only Splintercreek .........................Fosterburg 26 NQ Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey 27 NQ Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey Motosports Park............................Byron 27 November 3 Muddy Waters.......................East Moline

21 28 PA October 5 19 26 November 2

October 5 Vet

All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes. August 18 Variety Riders ............................................Ottawa September 8 Nitro ......................................................Lena October 27 Nitro ....................................................Byron

CC= Closed Course August 10 Hill and Gully Riders ...........Roselawn, IN 11 Hill and Gully Riders ...........Roselawn, IN Little Egypt MC ............................Marion 18 September 8 Des Moines ER ....................Winterset, IA 29 WFO Promotions........................Geneseo October 13 Muddobbers M/C ...................Upland, IN 20 Cahokia Creek DR...................White City November 3 Riders M/C............................Goshen, IN

Stadium Motocross Director: Gerhard Ward

Gran Prix Director: Ryan Moss

NQ= No Quad classes, B= Bonus points, PA= ProAm, All run limited classes, and usually into the night, check with promoter for times August 10 Stateline ................................Pecatonica 13 Stateline ................................Pecatonica 17 Moto Pro Inc. ............................Mendota 24 B Joliet Motosports...................Wilmington September 7 Joliet Motosports...................Wilmington 14 Moto Pro Inc. ............................Mendota

Q= Includes Quad classes August 31 Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey September 7 WFO .........................................Atkinson October 6 Motosports Park............................Byron 13 KI Tracks.....................................Oregon 19 Moto Pro Inc...............................Wedron 27 Canton M/C.................................Canton

Non Point paying events

Motosports Park............................Byron

Trials Director: Dan Loer

Joliet Motosports...................Wilmington Moto Pro Inc. ............................Mendota Joliet Motosports...................Wilmington Joliet Motosports...................Wilmington Joliet Motosports...................Wilmington Joliet Motosports...................Wilmington

Dual Sport Director: Ryan Moss September 28 WFO Promotions........................Geneseo October 27 Forest City Riders....................Leaf River November Brush Poppers ............................Sterling 3

Enduro Director: Ryan Moss

Dirt Track Director: Stan Camp All have semi pro and youth classes. NQ= No Quad classes August 10 ST, NQ Galesburg M/C .......................Galesburg 17 TT Lamoine....................................Macomb 30 ST IMDA.....................................Springfield ST State Championship September 1 TT CIMC............................................Neoga 2 TT CIMC............................................Neoga 14 ST Pekin M/C.....................................Pekin

Hare Scrambles Director Director Jay Hall All have semi pro, amateur & youth classes except where indicated Q only, (Quad classes only) Q= Quad classes, B= Bonus points August 17 Q Only, BSplintercreek .........................Fosterburg 18 B Splintercreek .........................Fosterburg 25 B Motosports/FCR/WFO ...................Byron September 1 Q, B Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey 8 Q, B WFO .........................................Atkinson 22 Q, B Fox Valley Off Road....................Wedron October 6 Q WFO .........................................Geneseo 20 Q Fox Valley Off Road....................Wedron

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Team Races & Non Points Events November 3 Team 3 Team 17 Team 24 Team

Dirt Riders Inc .............................Oakley B.E.T..........................................Bellville Lincoln Trail Motosports .................Casey CCDR......................................White City

Hill Climb Director: Matt Peters NQ= No quad classes, some events run at night. All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes. August 10 NQ Cahokia Creek DR...................White City State Championship D-17 Card Required 24 NQ Rock River Riders M/C.....................Polo Central Illinois M/C ......................Neoga 31 September 1 Central Illinois M/C ......................Neoga King City Dirt Riders...............Mt. Vernon 7 8 King City Dirt Riders...............Mt. Vernon Pleasure Riders M/C..............Cayuga, IN 14 15 Pleasure Riders M/C..............Cayuga, IN

Dist 17 Clubs & Promoters

4P Promotions, Inc.................................815-379-9534 Belleville Enduro Team...........................618-277-3478 Brush Poppers M/C................................815-622-4099 Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders ......................618-946-4316 Canton MC Club .....................................309-202-1144 Cetral Illinois MC....................................217-234-2505 Crossroads MX.......................................618-686-2769 Des Moines Enduro Riders ......................515-480-2477 Dirt Rider, Inc. .......................................217-789-0107 Forest City Riders M/C ...........................815-624-6535 Galesburg M/C ......................................309-344-1714 Grand Kankakee Trail Rid ......................708-946-0999 Hill and Gully M/C.................................708-424-1969 IMDA .........................................217-753-8866 Joliet Motosports Park ...........................815-476-7433 Ki Tracks .........................................815-732-3073 King City Dirt Riders...............................618-266-7208 Lamoine Ramblers M/C .........................309-837-9436 Lincoln Trail Motosports..........................217-932-2041 M.C. Moto Park......................................815-541-1209 Moto Pro, Inc.........................................815-539-9021 Motosports Enterprises ...........................815-234-2271 Muddy Waters .......................................309-948-1560 N.I.T.R.O .........................................815-335-2749 Pekin M/C .........................................309-231-4945 Pleasure Riders M/C ..............................217-247-2216 Riders M/C .........................................574-209-1234 Rock River Riders M/C ...........................815-645-2351 Splinter Creek Dirt Riders.......................618-977-5587 Stateline MX .........................................815-275-6686 Tri-City M/C, Inc. ...................................309-799-9449 Variety Riders M/C ................................815-434-3669 WFO Promotions....................................309-314-3343

District 17 Officers:

E-mail addresses at the D17 web site President, AJ Waggoner .........................219-696-1873 V. President, Bill Tuman Treasurer, Patty Ward ............................815-539-9021 Secretary, Don Hachmeister ...................815-978-5471 Card Processor, Patty Ward.....................815-539-9021 Road, George Barrington .......................630-530-4810 ABATE, William Rigsby............................309-962-2236

Event Directors: Enduro & GP, Ryan Moss ........................815-624-6535 Hare Scrambles, Jay Hall .......................217-566-3735 Hillclimb, Matt Peters.............................217-895-3067 Dirt Track, Stan Camp ............................309-208-6735 MX & SX, Gerhard Ward.........................815-539-9021 Trials, Dan Loer .....................................309-243-7693


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Motocross August

MotoKazie.............................................Kellog 11 11 MotoCity ..............................................Staples 18 Spring Creek MX .................................Millville RTW Promos...................................Cambridge 18 25 MotoKazie.............................................Kellog 25 Berm Benders .........................................Mora September 1 MotoKazie.............................................Kellog Berm Benders .........................................Mora 1 2 MotoKazie.............................................Kellog 2 Berm Benders .........................................Mora Spring Creek MX .................................Millville 8 8 MotoCity ..............................................Staples 15 Hurricane Hills ..................................Mazeppa 15 Echo Valley......................................Brookston 22 MotoKazie.............................................Kellog 22 MotoCity..........................................Little Falls 22 SAER..............................................Grantsburg 29 Spring Creek MX .................................Millville 29 MotoCity ..............................................Staples October 6 MotoKazie.............................................Kellog 6 Echo Valley......................................Brookston 6 Berm Benders .........................................Mora 13 Spring Creek MX .................................Millville 13 MotoCity ..............................................Staples

Quad MX August

11 MotoCity ..............................................Staples 18 RTW Promos...................................Cambridge September 8 MotoCity ..............................................Staples 29 MotoCity ..............................................Staples

18 MOTR.............................................Stone Lake September 15 Spring Creek MX .................................Millville October Moto City .............................................Staples 6 13 Golden Eagles MC .............................Mazeppa

Enduro August 10 11 24 25

Paul Bunyan FR (Yth Only) ...........Akeley East Paul Bunyan FR ..............................Akeley Eas Straight Arrows (Yth Only) ...............Duquette Straight Arrows .................................Duquette

Trail Ride September

Golden Eagles MC .............................Theilman 7 8 Golden Eagles MC .............................Theilman Twin Cities TR................................Huntersville 21 22 Twin Cities TR................................Huntersville October Paul Bunyan FR ....................................Akeley 19 20 Paul Bunyan FR ....................................Akeley

Hillclimb August

24 Kato Cycle Club..................................Mankato 25 Flying Dutchman...............................New Ulm September 1 Valley Springs MC .........................Bay City, WI

Road/Dual Sport

August 10 D23 Rights ride ..........St. Paul or Spring Creek 11 D23 Rights ride ..........St. Paul or Spring Creek September 28 Norseman Dual Spt......................Danbury, WI

Dirt Track August

17 North Central Dirt Track....McLeod Cty Frgrnds 25 NNorth Central Dirt Track .....................Ogilvie September 15 Norseman ......................................Cambridge

21 22

Flying Dutchman MC .........................New Ulm Flying Dutchman MC .........................New Ulm

District 23 Club and Promoters

Berm Benders Inc..................................320-679-2582 Echo Valley ...........................................218-348-4754 Flying Dutchmen...................................507-388-1671 Golden Eagles .......................................715-307-0936 Hi-Winders............................................507-753-2779 Hurricane Hills MX Park ........................507-843-5154 Indianhead Cycle Club ...........................651-764-1220 Kato Cycle Club .....................................612-860-6436 Midway Recreation Park........................952-601-1169 Motocity Raceway .................................218-894-2826 Motokazie ............................................952-601-1169 Norsemen Motorcycle Club.....................763-263-5835 North Central Dirt Track.........................612-865-2661 Northern Trail Riders .............................218-741-3344 Northern Lites.......................................218-828-4766 On Track Promotions .............................612-328-4109 Paul Bunyan Forest Riders.....................651-746-4104 Range Riders ........................................218-327-5336 River Valley Enduro Riders.....................763-682-1778 Rough Riders Quad Club........................952-465-8868 RM Promotions .....................................218-894-2826 RTW Race Promo/Cambridge.................218-894-2826 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders.................612-827-3412 Twin Cities Trail Riders ...........................952-442-3260 Veterans Ride Inc ..................................651-260-7204 Wisconsin District 16: Arkansaw Cycle Park.............................715-285-5679 CMJ Raceway........................................608-220-6853 Valley Springs .......................................612-345-4376

District 23 Elected Officers

Chairman, Mike Quinn.........................507-288-2612 mquinn401@gmail.com Vice Chairman, Leslie Vanderwerf.......952-469-3841 lvanderwerf@frontiernet.net Treasurer, Karen Umphress .................612-965-8619 karen@tnkent.com MX Vice Chairman, MarkVanderwerf.952-469-3841 tzracer46@hotmail.com Government Relations Tom & Karen Umphress .........................612-965-8618 tom@tnkent.com Trail Rider Vice Chairman Darrick Anderson ..................................612-834-0575 danderso11@comcast.net Banquet Chair, Owen Riess .................952-240-3020 Webmaster, Tawnia Stukel..................612-968-3418

D23 AMA Congressman

Off Road, Al Mathwig ............................952-881-3840 Competition, Dale Broughton.................651-429-4786 Road, Tom Umphress.............................612-965-8618 ATV, Mike Quinn....................................507-288-2612 AMA Off Road Congressman Emeritus Dale Greenwald ....................................763-560-9283

2013 Class Representatives MX 50cc MICRO, Brad Gulick ................715-426-5732 Greta Martin .......................................507-753-2779 MX MINI Classes, Steve Boatman ...........612-418-7275 Spencer Kadlec...................................218-270-0423 MX 250, Scott Cripps ............................320-587-7134 Dale Kadlec.........................................218.894.2826 MX Open, Mike Quinn Jr........................507-254-9554 Karla Broughton .................................651-429-4786 125 Jr/Schoolboy, David Wessling .........612-385-8284 MX 14-24, Greg Aspros .........................218-821-5969 MX 40+/45+/50+/55+/60+ Kevin Sheetz.........................................612-655-2744 MX Women/Girls, Kelly Caswell 320-679-2582 MX Quad, Jim Meyer............................612-987-3057 MX Mini Quad, Cory Otte......................320-583-1994 Dirt Track, Bayley Boehlke ...................612-616-9053 Hill Climb, Kaleb Northrup.....................952-210-8208 Enduro, Ralph Feld................................320-685-7879 Jonathan Banks ..................................651-462-7315 MN Youth Hare Scramble & Enduro Jim Artman...........................................763-656-3866 Hare Scrambles, Paul Otto.....................763-229-1177 Jessica Noaeill.....................................651-587-4435 Road, John Otto ....................................952-445-2942

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Motocross

Q = events include Quad classes August 11 Q Mason City MX.............................Mason City September 1 Q Fun Valley Moto X.......................Montezuma 14 Q Riverside Raceway..........................Winterset 15 Q Riverside Raceway..........................Winterset 21 New Hartford Racing................New Hartford 22 New Hartford Racing................New Hartford 29 Q Fun Valley Moto X.......................Montezuma

August 25 Burlington Valley Dusters...... Mount Pleasant September 15 New Hartford Racing................New Hartford

Enduro

September 8 Des Moines Enduro Riders...............Winterset October 6 CC Riders Motorcycle Club ..................Bartlett

Clubs and Promoters

Burlington Valley Dusters ......................319-754-7308 CC Riders Motorcycle Club Inc.................712-313-0256 Central Iowa Enduro Riders....................515-795-3992 Cedar Valley Trail Riders ........................319-363-7800 Des Moines Enduro Riders......................515-210-2289 Fun Valley MX.......................................641-623-3456

Mason City MX......................................641-430-2425 New Hartford Racing.............................319-885-6469 Riverside Raceway ................................515-266-7509 Turkey Scratch Enduro Riders.................641-660-1326

District 22 Officers:

President, Mark D. Bonnell ....................515-208-6169 Motocross Group Officers Treasurer, Stacy Stephens ......................641-877-6068 Membership Director, Lenah Walton .......319-242-4108 Points Steward, James McNaul...............641-990-0529

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KTm 105 Supermini: Premium condition rebuilt bike in 2012 (‘07 frame), complete new ’12 engine/clutch (only 45 min. use) including case, bearings, crank, cylinder, piston, head, plates/springs, ‘12 Excel black wheel set w/orange hubs, ‘12 FC suspension, FMF, Hinson, V-Force, ProTaper, Renthal. $3100 obo. KTm 112 Supermini JmS mod: New ‘12 JMS performance “National Spec” mod engine (it rips!) new case, bearings, crank, cylin-

der, piston, billet head (only 3.5 hrs). Rebuilt bike in 2012 (‘07 frame), new clutch (only 1.5 hrs.), ‘12 Excel black wheel set w/orange hubs, ‘12 FC suspension, Vortex, FMF, Hinson, V-Force, ProTaper. $3850 obo. Bill, 612- 803-5993



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