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Fellow racer Jason Warner #606, has passed away

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ason Warner, of Eagle, Wisconsin died on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 with his loving and devoted wife by his side following a courageous battle with ALS, at the age of 42 years. He was born in Fayetteville, NC on November 11, 1971 the son of Wayne William Warner and Janice Ann Dix. On June 3, 2000 he married the love of his life Cyndy Brull in Milwaukee and together they shared 14 wonderful years. Jason loved motocross and his extended Aztalan Cycle Club Family. He enjoyed boating and being with his family and friends. Jason lived life to the fullest and was always full of fun and humor. His son Braden (age 12) was his pride and love and favorite motocross buddy. His daughter Chloe (age 5) was daddy’s little girl and joy of his life. He will always be remembered as a loving and great provider for his family. A memorial service was held on Friday, August 1, 2014, followed by a celebration of Jason’s life at the Anchor Inn, in Edgerton, WI, a favorite place of Jason’s while boating with his friends and family on the Rock River. Many family members, friends and several generations of his long time extended motocross family took part in the evening, just as Jason would have wanted. Godspeed our friend, you will be missed!

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Sunset Ridge Youth Regional Walnut, Illinois - June 21/ 22 By Josh Rud, More photos at www.ShiftOnePhotography.com

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he end of June kicked off the youth regional qualifier for the North Central region leading up to Loretta Lynn’s. This was the last step for youth riders, drawing riders in from all around the country. Some were injured, others had some bad luck at the earlier regionals, but regardless of the situation the competition was fierce. The week started off on Thursday with everyone getting settled in for the long weekend with practice sessions before the racing kicked off on Saturday for a three moto blast. Almost every class of the eighteen was completely packed with riders trying to get their ticket to the ranch, with several classes having more than forty riders leaving the excess to run qualifiers. Depending on the class in the North Central region, the top six will have a guaranteed spot in the forty-two rider gate at the ranch. The 50’s and the girls classes only have a thirty rider gate, so a few less would be advancing. This makes for some great competition with everyone out there in the hunt for the ticket to the Ranch. The track was in amazing shape all day Saturday, with a bit of rain coming through

involved with a down rider and broke his and some cloud cover later on to make things even better. The track crew pulled master cylinder off, front rotor, brake lever off a very organized schedule, getting the and several other issues. Talking with him first two motos including the heats all finafter the races on Saturday he said they ished in the first day, making it forty-four were going to do whatever they could to motos all together, finished. This left Sunget the parts together for Sunday. Fortuday morning being a quick eighteen races nately the incident happened after Superto finish off the weekend, allowing famimini 1 so coming back on Sunday he had lies a chance at an early start on long rides the bike back up and running and pulled home. off a third overall. Mason Kershaw also There were some of the heavy hitters at out of Illinois pulled off a sixth place as the track this weekend including Joey well. In the Women’s class it was a hard Crown, Mitchell Harrison and Ashton Hayes, just to name a few. Schoolboy 1 seen Benjamin Adamson out of Minnesota making it through with a fourth place overall. In Mini Sr Devin Stang out of Minnesota took second overall with Mason Husley (Illinois) battling hard for third overall. Coming out strong in Supermini 1, Gage Pace out of Channahon Illinois made it through after some serious issues in the second moto of Supermini 2, Jonah Geistler going to third giving him a DNF. He was in the first Mini sr 12-13 moto.

It was a fantastic weekend with full gates, great weather, and fast racing.


remy Kowalsky, KS 3.Gage Pace, IL 4.Jaden Wertz, IA 6.Mason Kershaw, IL Girls (9-13): 1.Linkin Sarauer, IA 2.Alyssa Cole, IL 3.Lexi Dyekman, MT 5.Alexa Duclos, WI 8.Sophia Hulsey, IL 9.Taylor Wirsing, MI 10.Elicca Stugelmeyer, ND 51 (4-6) Lim: 1.Kyler Knaack, IA 2.Ryder Thompson, IN 3.Aiden Enloe, MO 4.Grady Joens, IA 5.Deegan Vanvreede, WI 6.Austin Brodie, MI 9.Peyton Poker, WI 65 (10-11) Lim: 1.Brayden Bruce, WY 2.Gage Steburg, IA 3.Lane Fiser, KY 5.Brennan Wages, IL 6.Wyatt Liebeck, WI 65 (7-9) Lim: 1.Jayden Clough, MN 2.Ewan Krisch, IL 3.Edgar Lewis, IL 4.Johnny Weber, WI 5.Cayden Switzer, MI 6.Ethan Mcmahon, IA 7.Wyatt Mattson, IL 8.Avery Long, MN 9.Trevor Colip, IN 10.Eugene Wolff, WI super Mini 2 (13-16): 1.Joey Crown, MI 2.Kevin Moranz, KS 3.Wyatt Lyonsmith, ID 4.Eddie Norred Jr, WI 6.Devin Stang, MN 7.Mason Hulsey, IL 9.Angelo Molina, MI Women (14+): 1.Kennedy Lutz, SK 2.Alyssa Droog, SD 3.Jacqueline Riess, MN 4.Tina Carter, IN 5.Kennedy Kimmel, IL 8.Samantha Mandelke, IL 9.Haylee Peterman, IA 65 (7-11): 1.Brayden Bruce, WY 2.Christopher Blackmer, MI 3.Chase Prince, TN 5.Jordan Biese, WI 10.Wyatt Liebeck, WI 51 (4-6) shaft Driv: 1.Dylan Paris, CO 2.Kade Allsop, MT 3.Tucker HarkinsMI 5.Alex Holder, IN 8.Jayden Adams, WI 10.Cade Olberding, IA schlby 2 (13-16) B/C: 1.Mitchell Harrison, GA 2.Alec Mellick, TX 3.Dustin Winter, KS 4.Ashton Hayes, MI 6.Hunter Sayles, MI 9.Nick Schnagl, MN Girls (12-16): 1.Haylee Peterman, IA 2.Reagan Wheeler, MO 3.Hannah Stallbaumer, MO 5.Sommer Mills, MN 6.Kennedy Kimmel, IL 9.Alexa Duclos, WI 10.Mikayla Inman, MI Mini sr. 1 (12-13): 1.Mason Hulsey, IL 2.T J Uselman, TX 3.Gage Fisher, IA 5.Mitchell Nooyen, WI 7.Dawson Ryker, IL 8.Eddie Norred Jr, WI 10.Jonah Alexa Duclos finished ninth in the Girls 12-16 class.

battle over the three motos with Jacqueline Riess from Minnesota taking third overall and Kennedy Kimmel (Illinois) fifth overall. Mixing it up through-out the day in 85 (9-11) Limited, Landon Rapp out of Belle River, Illinois was able to hold to a sixth place overall for the weekend grabbing a ticket for the big race, also taking third overall in 85 (9-11). 65cc (10-11) Limited was out in force with Brennan Wages out of Illinois grabbing a fifth overall on his KTM. 65cc (7-9) saw Jayden Clough out of Elko, Minnesota taking first overall for the day with two wins and third, as well as Ewan Krisch from Mendota Illinois taking second. Edgar Lewis from Illinois as solid in third and Johnny Weber coming down from Wisconsin grabbed a fourth. The 50’s were out there strong today really showing the up and coming talent in the sport. In 51cc (7-8) Jett Burgessstevens out of Wood Dale, Illinois took home second overall. With so few spots moving on it was a tough battle for everyone out there. In Girls (9-13) Alyssa Cole from Ashley, Illinois made it through, taking second overall with two second places 6

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and a win in the second moto. It was a great weekend out at Sunset Ridge. They kept everything running like clock work, and everyone was extremely satisfied with track and the facilities. Everything was kept interesting through the long weekend with helicopter rides available and plenty of entertainment going on around the track. sunset Ridge - NC Youth Regional: schlby 1 B/C: 1.Hunter Braun, MI 2.Jeremi Williamson, MO 3.Dustin Winter, KS 4.Benjamin Adamson, MN 5.Brett Gourley, IN 6.Jake Fuerst, MI 7.Luke Hempen, IA 9.Jamison Duclos, WI 85 (9-11) Lim: 1.Branden Walther, TX 2.Gage Steburg, IA 3.Brayden Bruce, WY 6.Landon Rapp, IL 7.Stephen Hooker, MI 9.Patrick Murphy, IA 51 (7-8) Lim: 1.Ryder Mcnabb, MB 2.Jett Burgessstevens, IL 3.Preston Masciangelo, ON 4.Chase Carrasco, MI 5.James Clough, MN 8.Domenic Hegman, MN 9.Donavan Hanson, IA 10.Clay Fishback, IA Mini sr. 2 (12-14): 1.Gage Fisher, IA 2.Devin Stang, MN 3.Mason Hulsey, IL 5.Mitchell Nooyen, WI 7.Joshua Boaz, MN 51 (4-6) spec Ltd: 1.Dylan Paris, CO 2.Reed Harrison, GA 3.Kyler Knaack, IA 5.Clifton King, KY 6.Peyton Poker, WI 7.Tucker Harkins, MI 8.Dimetri Balko, MI 9.Breck Hughes, IA 10.Brady Karolevitz, MN 85 (9-11): 1.Branden Walther, TX 2.Brayden Bruce, WY 3.Landon Rapp, IL 5.Stephen Hooker, MI 7.Patrick Murphy, IA super Mini 1 (12-15): 1.Joey M. Crown, MI 2.Je-


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Wedron, Illinois - July 6 By Liz Jeffries

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t wasn’t fireworks, but engines that roared to life this Fourth of July weekend at the inaugural District 17 trials held at the Fox Valley Off-Road park, located near Wedron IL. It is a huge park with wide open fields and enough parking room to accommodate trailers and campers. Next to the fields there are acres of woods threaded with wide trails that provided every type of challenge that a rider could want. What also made this day special was that it was a joint event with a Gran Prix race, meaning there was a great mixture of riders of all kinds. The mix brought a real treat for everyone involved, and went over really well! The day started early to accommodate the knobby class riders who would later ride the GP. It was the first time I’d ever ridden a trials that was a dual event day, and it was fun getting to ride with all the different riders, to watch them maneuver the bigger bikes through the same novice lines I was riding. More than one commented on how this was their first time trying a trials, and how interesting it was. And the course could not have been more fun. With the help of Eric Miller from the Variety Motorcycle Club, Fox Valley OffRoad’s Travis Ward created a ‘loop’ that was ran off a gravel road running through the park. It had sections set up along each side of the road, each a mere ten or twenty 8

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feet away from the other. It class, and Tanner Whipple took the Youth was incredibly easy to maneuclass. The six rider novice class was won ver and super friendly to specby James Schuster. With the dual event tators. Also, the absence of a going on there were a lot of riders in the long loop meant that energy knobby class and it was Tito Nappi who could be saved for riding the rose to the top to take first with only two sections, which as a novice is points on the day. Kevin Huber won the one of my biggest worries. senior class, and Kent Franklin did the The novice lines had been same for Vintage. Brian Fore took Interset up with the knobby riders mediate with only seven points total for the in mind, with easy ins and day, and Advanced was won by Tony Danouts. Even with the rain the hoff. First in Expert class was Mike Cross week before, the mud was with only four points, and Champ was once manageable and the trialsmasagain won by David Rohrschneider. All in ters had done a great job all, a great day and a great success for the grooming the sections and first trials contest at Fox Valley Off-road! making them tricky, but rideResults: able. This novice was even Youth: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.Chasen Orme 3.Darrin able to get her first clean loop Herman Knobby: 1.Tito Nappi 2.Jesse Keith 3.Doug Propper ever! 4.Jeff Jack 5.Garrett Ward And it wasn’t just the Novice: 1.James Schuster 2.Larry Bever 3.Roy novices that were having a Clugs 4.Annmarie Cross 5.Liz Jeffries Women: 1.Autumn Franklin 2.Sarah Pranskunas blast. All the classes seemed 3.Allison Roland to be having fun. The sections Vintage: 1.Kent Franklin were all set up along a creek senior: 1.Kevin Huber Intermediate: 1.Brian Fore 2.Stephen Reed 3.Jacob bed, providing terrain that ranged from dirt Loer 4.Jarred Hall 5.Dylan Broll hills to mud puddles to rocky beds in the Advanced: 1.Tony Danhoff 2.Travis Ward 3.Garry water. Lines for all the classes seemed Gardner 4.Tim Freed 5.Matt Mcdonald expert: 1.Mike Cross 2.Dan Schaidel 3.Charles technical and tricky, but kept simple as Shanks 4.Ralph Littlefield 5.Tony Meo well, taking out the overly hard obstacles Champ: 1.David Rohrschneider 2.Alain Vanderwalle that can mean a long day of frustration for 3.Sven Bley 4.Dan Loer riders. Points were low and even a single dab could mean the difference between first and last. Yet this made for great competition, as riders had to truly focus on their technique and skills to make it through as clean as possible. About halfway through the trials the GP began, making for an interesting combination with the slow technical trials course and the roar of the racers as they ripped through the woods. The GP course was a combination of twisting woods, open fields, and a motocross portion complete with jumps. And just so they didn’t feel left out, the trials riders had their own ‘enduro section’ complete with large tractor tires and logs that they had to negotiate. All too soon the trials wrapped up and the points were tallied. Autumn Franklin took first for the Women’s Ralph Littlefield


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Short Track that almost wasn’t Lake Mills, Wisconsin - July 19

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he Aztalan Cycle Club short track crew is among the most experienced at track prep you’ll ever find. Even so, this perfect July evening race almost didn’t happen. What looked like a great track early in practice, started seeing the top layer of clay peal and break up in turns three and four, making for less than safe conditions. The crew quickly went back out... watering, packing and working to save the event. If they were not successful in fixing it all, the decision was already made to call the event... no way were they going to ask racers to ride on a less than right, and safe track. Success came, and the program all went on as everyone hoped it would. They turned a bad situation into a good one. Smaller classes wouldn’t run heats... saving time to get the program done on time (track curfew), but all the racers got to race! With the adjustment in the schedule, only the largest classes ran heat races. Quad A ran two heats, with Brett Durant holding off Chuck Calvert in the first for the win. Dousman, WI’s Elijah Stigler ran out front all the way in the second heat, ahead of Daniel Pohlhammer. In the final it was Stigler jumping into the lead and winning, as he often does. While the 50cc 4 stroke 4-8 class may have the slowest lap times on the track, due only to the rider size and little bikes... you would never know it from the enthusiasm of the crowd along the fence line. The cheering is continuous, and supporting of all the new riders as they pound away their laps. When it was done tonight, little Riley Busse had led all the way, ahead of Xander Figliuzzi, Ethan Ramsey and Bodie Fuller. Super Senior (+50) is al10

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track to eventually get around ways big enough to have heat Brian Frandsen for second. races, and there’s always some Fourth place was contested good riders to make for a very hard until the last lap when close show. In the opening Jake Mielke broke free of a heat, Michael Hunter was under pressure all the way from Mike Yogerst. Hunter rode smart lines, forcing Yogerst to look high through the first four laps, unsuccessfully. On the last lap Yogerst went low at the same time Hunter slipped just a little coming out of turn four, and that was all it took. Yogerst took the win. In the second heat, Daniel Vonmoos led all the way, with Jeff Chromy pulling up to his side each lap... leaving not an inch of room for any errors. Youth Four stroke riders Yogerst got a great jump to get ready for the start. lead the final. Hunter was in second until Vonmoos slipped past at the end Grafton, WI’s Ryan Weber looking good in the Open class. of the first lap. As the race proceeded, Vonmoos pushed Yogerst right to the end to finish second. With only a lap left, Chromy made a move stick to pass Hunter for third, and all four of the riders finished really close together. The “younger” +30 class riders put on a good show as well. Jeremy Deruyter left all the action behind, getting a good jump and leading to the end. Jim Kirshbaum used all the

four rider battle, and Jeffery Permanian finished fifth. The biggest field of the night, as expected, was also one of the most competitive,

Tyler Martin fends off elijah stigler in the Open Quad heat race. stigler turned the tables later, and won the main.


the Open class. Charlotte Kainz is always fast, much less when she gets out front off the start. In the first heat, everyone got to follow her through the first turns, and all the way to the checkered flag. Clayton Vonmoos, Daniel Murre and Jesse Janisch stayed tight behind her to the end. Corton Vande Zande won the next heat ahead of Blake Perry and Michael Van Langen. In the final, Janisch really had to work for the win, starting back in third, eventually passing VanLangen and Murre for the top spot at the end. The entire class of thirteen was close, and all fighting for positions - thrilling the spectators. Cole Anderson held on to a good start in his 65cc class. He was pushed early and late in the race by Theodore Bendykowski and Ezra Brusky. Anderson was back in the 85cc class, finishing third. Brady Lange led most of the race for the win, safely ahead of Loyal Prach. The 250cc class saw Parker Lange take the first heat race win ahead of Jim Kirschbaum. Behind them, Brooke Chromy and Daniel Vonmoos bounced off each other for over two laps before Vonmoos secured third for good. Clayton Vonmoos locked the lead down in the second heat and never looked back. Clayton Vonmoos took that momentum from the heat right into the main, grabbing the lead and never flinching. Michael Van Langen finished second ahead of a hard charging Lange and Jim Kirshbaum. Cody Funk rounded out the top five. For a race that almost didn’t happen, this one turned out to be very exciting. If fast racing wasn’t enough... as the Vintage bikes took to the line for their race, everything was put on hold as Short Track regular Bobby Reese got on one knee, and asked fellow racer Mia

Hunter to be his bride. We couldn’t hear the answer, but the excitement and huge smiles made the answer apparent to all.... congratulations to you both! Results: Quad 4-12.stk: 1.Ryan Kritz 2.Bodie Fuller 3.Zachary Busse 4.Ethan Ramsey 5.Makayla Martin 400cc Classic Quad: 1.Jeremy Czarapata 2.Anthony Pasklewicz 3.Keegan Reitz Quad A: 1.Elijah Stigler 2.Brett Durant 3.Daniel Pohlhammer 4.Chuck Calvert 5.Tony Daino Quad B: 1.Tyler Martin 2.Jordan Schwarm 3.Anthony Pasklewicz 4.Keegan Reitz 5.Aric Paskiewicz Quad C: 1.Jeremy Czarapata 2.Sonja Kohn Quad Open: 1.Elijah Stigler 2.Chuck Calvert 3.Tyler Martin 4.Aric Paskiewicz 5.Daniel Pohlhammer 50cc Four str 4-8: 1.Riley Busse 2.Xander Figliuzzi 3.Ethan Ramsey 4.Bodie Fuller #99 Jim Kirschbaum battles with Brian Frandsen in the +50: 1.Mike Yogerst 2.Daniel Vet class. They finished 2-3 behind Jeremy Deruyter Vonmoos 3.Jeff Chromy 4.Michael Hunter 5.John Lovas +30: 1.Jeremy Deruyter 2.Jim Kirschbaum 3.Brian Frandsen 4.Jake Mielke 5.Jeffery Permanian 50cc shaft 4-8: 1.Brad Ottenad 2.Riley Busse 3.Xander Figliuzzi 4.Ryder Skodras 5.Dameon Klingman Open: 1.Jesse Janisch 2.Daniel Murre 3.Michael Van Langen 4.Charlotte Kainz 5.Clayton Vonmoos 65cc 7-11: 1.Cole Andresen 2.Theodore Bendykowski 3.Ezra Brusky 4.Trevor Infalt 5.Zaria Martens 450 Pro: 1.Brock Schwarzenbacher 2.Morgen Mischler 3.Ian Steen Iii Twins/Vintage: 1.Daniel Murre 2.Robert Reese 3.Jeremy Deruyter 4.Mark Martinich 5.Todd Stauffer 85cc 7-15: 1.Brady Lange 2.Loyal Prach 3.Cole Andresen 4.Megan Funk 5.Trevor Infalt +40: 1.Sergius Figliuzzi 2.Jim Kirschbaum 3.Jack Kainz 4.Charles Dickenson Iii 5.Mike Yogerst 125-250cc: 1.Clayton Vonmoos 2.Michael Van Langen 3.Parker Lange 4.Jim Kirschbaum 5.Cody Funk Classics 250-400: 1.Charles Dickenson 2.Matthew Mcnall 3.George Patrick 4.Chuck Dickenson 5.Timothy Roenneburg 251-505: 1.Jesse Janisch 2.Charlotte Kainz 3.Clayton Vonmoos 4.Parker Lange 5.Michael Van Langen Racing pauses for Vintage rider Open Pro: 1.Brock Bobby Reese to surprise Mia Schwarzenbacher 2.Morgen hunter with a marriage proposal. Mischler 3.Ian Steen Iii CYCLE USA, August 2014

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Half Day at SPRING CREEK Millville, Minnesota, - June 22 By Keith McKenna

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other Nature pulled a fast one on the racers and fans in southern MN again as the first part of the Spring Creek Super Series, Round six weekend was stellar for racing, and the last portion was great for a fish, as the water came from the sky. More on that later. I hate Spring Creek MX Park.... said no one ever! And it showed as many many racers came out to get in a day of practice on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, to prepare for the following day’s race. Riders from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, South Dakota and Colorado, 458 entries in all.

Pinned through the mini track rhythm section, future champion #150 Aj Assen, bringing home third in 50cc 4-6.

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One of the biggest annual sporting events in Minnesota is the Monster energy AMA Pro-Motocross National that makes a swing through Southern MN every July, and the excitement building for that event was already obvious. I spoke to Wyatt McGrath and Wyatt is certainly a man-child on a mission. It will be a while before he graduates to the bigboy track but on this day, in the 50cc Premix class he predicted that he would “spray the champagne” (I mean the SunnyD juice box). The prediction came true, but not without a fight from Koby Turner, with Aj Assen from St Paul, to round out the top three spots. It is impressive when the Open A riders are on the track, but equally impressive is the Supermini and the 85cc classes. In those classes racers are between the ages of 9-13, and if you think the tenacity and skill set does not realize it’s full appetite for victory till the rider reaches his twenties... you’d be sorely mistaken. The top riders in the 85cc 9-12 class were fighting for the chance to lead the pack across the finish line. The one with the greatest level of tenacity on this day was Cambridge, MN resident KTM mounted #51, Josh Fedder coming in first with Gavin Janovsky from Elko nipping at his heels in second and Rochester, MN native Dillon Nelson clinching the bronze. Up to the line rolls the 14-24B wave with fourteen entries. A virtual “who’s who” of up and coming riders who will soon be giving the A riders fits. Who would rise to the top with names like Weir, Barnes, Rapp, Maus, Luther, Kienast and more. Chase Becker was the one to get chased by the rest of the field today. Blaze Best on his KTM, worked hard, but came up a little short. It was good spectating though as the top three were really airing it out. South Dakota resident Austin Kienast, always a favorite for the win, just couldn’t put it together today and settled into third ahead of Wisconsin’s Joseph Gomez. In the +40C racing, Jesse John could only manage a third place finish today. He probably was weighted down from consuming so much bar-b-cue the night before. I showed up in their camping spot on Saturday night, and they had the full spread out. There was so much meat on the grill, burgers, tenderloins, chix drummies, that all of it had to be enjoyed, ALL OF IT! There was Jesse, tongs in hand, the master chef grillin up a storm, all the while his lovely wife Angela was bringing out side dish after side dish, it was crazy. Those two have single handedly made motocross

Creek’s extreme elevation variations conin MN home for so many. Anyway, I dispired to make the course un-navigable by gress. In +40C Scot Adams from Isanti all but the most powerful bikes in the MN piloted his Kawasaki to the upper hands of the most skilled mud specialists. reaches of the podium following a comWith weather radar showing a second manding performance. Scott Robinson heavy front behind the first, the decision wheeled his Yamaha YZ250 into the secwas made to call it a day, ruining what was ond place slot. up till then a perfect race day. Twelve lovely ladies woke up on Sunday and put on their “race” face. #521Trisha Hoover wouldn’t be denied as she sliced her Honda CRF250 through the Minnesota bluff country with all the precision of a surgeon. #884 Falen Narel came over from across the river (WI) and she was ready for a fight. Narel and Hoover were going at it tooth-n-nail for the entire event, but Hoover had Narel’s measure today. Just a few seconds behind the leading duo came the hard charging Katy Vanderwerf. So, time for the “Premier” Open A class throw-down. Up to the line rolls a twenty-four rider gate, fast company all! School’s back in session as the top two finishers, both on Hondas, put on a riding clinic with the third place finisher Gavin Kadlec having a front row seat to watch. The two top riders in the class were none other than Plymouth MN resident Christian Craig and his neighbor from Hamel, Jerry Robin. A great day full of racing... right? Hardly, as right around the halfway mark in the day the skies broke open with buckets of rain coming down. The Wyatt McGrath won in 50cc Premix, 50cc Oil Injected and 50cc Multi speed 4-8. precipitation coupled with Spring

Matt Zebro #248 enjoying a short lived lead in the battle with Bruce Gates for the +25A victory. CYCLE USA, August 2014

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A big thanks have to go out to Royalty in Minnesota motocross, “King” John Martin and “Queen” Greta Martin, along

Women’s class rider Kari Cunningham

with the Quinns and the rest of the Spring Creek band of motocross misfits for putting on another first class racing event. Results: Bumblebees 4-8: 1.Brady Kirchner 2.Lucas Rowe 3.Parker Franlc 4.Daisy Harens 5.Jacobs Peters hornets 7-11: 1.Kameron Steindl 2.Ivy Pederson 3.Lily Johnson 4.Jake Adams 5.Trisha Goodenough Yellow Jackets 12-15: 1.Cooper Pederson 50cc 4-6: 1.Wyatt Mcgrath 2.Koby Turner 3.Aj Assen 4.Deegan Lewis 5.Grant Hepp 50cc 7-8: 1.Lance Bartylla 2.Gannon Blaiser 3.Ethan Rennie 4.Bryce Rauner 5.Trenton Goodenough 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Wyatt Mcgrath 2.Vincent Harens 3.Tayden Ludescher 4.Dj Heppding 5.Deegan Lewis 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Wyatt Mcgrath 2.Vincent Harens 3.Tayden Ludescher 4.Dj Carlson 5.Dj Heppding 65cc 7-11: 1.Trevin Nelson 2.Cameron Skaalerud 3.Tyler Van Atta 4.Jake Paige 5.Jesse Jacobsen 85cc 9-11: 1.Josh Fedder 2.Jaxon Opitz 3.Gavin Janovsky 4.Conner Klemenhagen 5.Drew Sampson 85cc 12-15: 1.Dawson Biermann 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Nick Frey 4.Zachary Polzin 5.Dalton Hein 85cc 9-12: 1.Josh Fedder 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Dillon Nelson 4.Jaxon Opitz 5.Aaron Boatman supermini: 1.Dawson Biermann 2.Dalton Hein 3.Aaron Boatman 4.Seth Carpenter 5.Zach Strecker schlby 12-16: 1.Maverick Engstrom 2.Austin Nelson 3.Justin Evans 4.Kole Lemcke 5.Blake Badker Jr 14-16: 1.Jordan Braaten 2.Nate Myers 3.Derek Anderson 4.Katherine Vanderwerf 5.John Downey 14-24A: 1.Christian Craig 2.Jerry Robin 3.Zack Williams 4.Gavin Kadlec 5.Joe Perron 14-24B: 1.Chase Becker 2.Blaze Best 3.Austin Kienast 4.Joseph Gomez Jr 5.Jordan Frericks 14-24C: 1.Charles Anderson 2.Travis Bartylla 3.Payton Harrison 4.Joseph Trom 5.Myles Kragenbring 25A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.Matt Zebro 3.Zachary Ehmke 4.Bryce Bernloehr 5.Tim Zebro +25B: 1.William Logan 2.Aaron Deer 3.Clint Carpenter 4.Kasey Stokman 5.Samuel Brummund

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Fox Valley Gran Prix weekend

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Wedron, Illinois - July 6 Photos by Don McDonald, Free Motopix

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aturday brought something new with Fox Valley Off Road's introduction of a one day Rider Training Camp. Mx Stuff4u's Tommy Hofmaster, along with Service Honda's Burton Lavens, Woodstock Ktm's riders Ryan Moss, and Chase Robinson descended on the weekend with the task of teaching others how to maneuver their dirt bikes. Tommy and Burton were there to handle the mx / sx duties while Ryan and Chase took the off-road side activities. Excellent weather and just under 100 students made for an excellent day. Corners, hills, logs, off-cambers, tree roots, stopping etc., it was all on the agenda. Starting the day at 10am, and breaking for lunch at 1pm then after it all, open riding til close. Sunday rolled in with rider's meeting call for the Trials group, many new to the sport as doing both events on this day was possible with the Gran Prix not starting til 11am. Rave revues of the new setup and process as this was the first Trials event ever held at FVOR. Never seeing this kind of riding in person before I was amazed at the balance and talent AMA District 17 trials riders have. Champ class, David Rohrschneider, won this class and watching some of the obstacles and technique he used to conquer test 16

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C class was likely the best racing of the 4 and 5, wow. It's not a race, day. Countryside Ktm/ Husqvarna’s Taiga no question there, but it's still Judd (1), Dylan Broll (314), Dougie Prophighly competitive in a much per (930) offered the classic example of different way. Riders watch three riders of different back grounds. each other in the sections, Judd, pure mx rider who has dabbled a bit and then see if they can better in off-road. Propper who is pure off-road, the last guy. The end of the just on a newer 150 Ktm. Broll who has event seen riders scrambling raced stadium, and HS along with now to get ready for the GP, and GP's, was on a Yamaha 250. Broll led others sitting around dismost of moto one, but made a mistake on cussing the day so far. the last lap letting both Propper and Judd At 11am it was time to rev by. Coming hard through the pack was the motors, get out the green, RCR's Garrett Ward on a KX100, just to white, and checkered flags add another flavor to this already interestfor some Gran Prix event racing battle. Ward was 100 yards away from ing. Ryan Moss, Chase the lead trio and found that the slick corner Robinson, Travis Ward, Anafter the barrels (finish line for the mx thony Krivi, Ryan Smith were on hand to do battle. This was some good racing, the home field advantage with Service Honda's Ward is always a factor, but again this race he was bested by a hard charging Robinson. Experience and staying off the ground kept Robinson seeing the checkers first today. Ward led many laps except the one that matters at the end. This action was all in the new A class, which pits Woods and MX riders who are A and AA in the same class. Krivi and Moss battled off and on all day, with the younger Krivi taking third and Moss fourth. Chase Robinson and Travis Ward battle.

Ryan Moss with the off-road class.


crowd) at the bottom of the hill gathered him up and down he went. Moto two, Judd was not to be denied. He and Propper went at it early with Broll getting a bad start and trying to come through the large field of riders. Judd put his Countryside Husky in the lead for good and won the moto, taking the overall, Broll this time held on to second for second overall. Propper went 1-5 for third and was lucky that so many in the C class were inconsistent. Spencer Neurohr went 53 taking fourth. Honorable mentions; WFO Promotions' Tanner Whipple went 2-1 in the 85/ Supermini class with a high speed pass in the back grass track section over Garrett Ward who settled with a 1-2 score. Whipple also beat up on the old guys in Thumper class, beating

Aj Waggoner and Darrel Carr. Michael Blaydes took fourth in his first ever two-wheel race. Fox Valley Off Road's first ever 4th of July double header weekend was a resounding success. The training camp on Saturday with the GP/ Trials combination Sunday was a

huge hit. Between the two days over 300 riders rode, camped, raced, and experienced new things, and most of all had a great time. GP Results: 122-Open: 1.Anthony Krivi 2.Ryan Smith 3.Jesse Keith 4.Aaron Henry 5.Travis Ward

14-29: 1.Chase Robinson 2.Ryan Smith 3.Blake Ryan 4.Jarred Hall 5.Mitchell Ternes +30A: 1.Ryan Moss 2.Burton Lavens 3.Jesse Keith 4.Paul Mitzelfelt 5.Steve Perkins +30B/C: 1.Jonathan Burge 2.Nolan Fritz 3.Brian Roland 4.Nick Grommes 5.Casey Rick +45A: 1.Gerhard Ward 2.Anthony Robinson 3.Tim Farrell 4.DJ Ryan 5.Gary Rohr +45B/C: 1.Jeff Oldenburg 2.Philip Huff 3.Doug Propper 4.Sam Esposito 5.Tim Halsmer 65cc: 1.Gavin Sienkiewicz 2.Micah Alleman 3.Nathan Young 4.Robert Lawrence 5.Colin Farrell 85-sM: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.Garrett Ward 3.Thor Rick 4.Alex Moss 5.Tyler Rohl A: 1.Chase Robinson 2.Travis Ward 3.Anthony Krivi 4.Ryan Moss 5.Luke Watters B: 1.Blake Ryan 2.Matthew McDonald 3.Tanner Rusk 4.Jonathan Burge 5.Chris Caballero C: 1.Taiga Judd 2.Dylan Broll 3.Doug Propper 4.Spencer Neurohr 5.Nathan Ming Thumper: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.A.J. Waggoner 3.Darrel Carr 4.Michael Blaydes 5.Lak Watters Vintage: 1.Brian Roland 2.Mark Caballero Women: 1.Kimberly Chandler 2.Autumn Torress 3.Danielle Wilkinson 4.Allison Roland 5.Kristy Roland

even log crossings are fun at the Fox Valley GP event.

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Bomber track fun at LTM If you can say anything about the SuperMini class, it was very green! The top eight riders were all on Kawasakis. The meanest of the green was Ashton Hollis who was placing lap times on par with many of the bigger bike classes. Hollis won both motos and the overall ahead of Chase Smothers. In the first moto Kawasaki rider Kole Medwid took third, but trouble in the second moto gave him a finish of sixteenth. Third in the second moto Troy Noland, and with a fourth earlier he grabbed third overall.

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Casey, Illinois - June 29 By James Pinckard

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ound four of the Grass Roots Motocross Series was held on a near perfect prepared track. The crew had the Bomber track in great shape, and kept it that way all day. Lincoln trail did a great job of keeping the races rolling all day and it was a great event. The Women’s class was very quick today. Riders from three states came to compete in this event, and in the first moto Suzuki rider Abby Davignon was flying, and took the moto win. Honda rider Holly Hill got second with Tina Carter-Speece third and Megan Moan fourth. With the drop of the gate for moto two it was again Davignon out front and trucking. Davignon went on to take the win as Hill fought for second all the way to the end, with Carter Speece third and Moan fourth. 250B class had new to the class, Women’s rider Megan Moan in it today. Moan, “I’ve been running the C class but it was a little wild sometimes with riders taking whatever line and crossing the track. It was time for me to move up, and riding with the B class will help me become a faster rider.” In the first moto Husky rider Brennon Kershaw showed the pack the fast way to the first turn and on the track. Kershaw had his two stroke on the pipe on his way to taking the first moto win with Kawasaki rider Aaron Carter second and Abby Davignon (Women’s class winner) third. In the second moto Kershaw again had things under control and won the moto. Second went to Kawasaki rider Ryan Crites, who finished fifth the first moto after having a rider stuck in the rear of his bike off the start. Crites finished third overall. Third for the second moto was Davignon and when matched with her third in the first moto gave her second overall.

Holly Hill took fourth in the class (4-5). Megan Moan finish ninth overall with scores of 8-9. Good job. A really fun class to watch for me was Open Beginner. No matter how fast you are going, if you have someone about the same speed with you on the track its a race! In the first moto Yamaha rider Bret Hooper jumped out front with a holeshot and took off. Kawasaki rider Bryan Fitzgerald was on the hunt, and stalked him around the track. Fitzgerald was coming strong and over the camel back he pulled alongside Hooper and the race to the next corner was on. When they got there Fitzgerald had the inside and made the pass for the lead. Fitzgerald held on for the moto win with Kawasaki rider Michael Hodges (who the announcer called Emig all day because he was #47) was third. In second moto it was the same as Fitzgerald took the win with Hopper second and “Emig” I mean Hodges third. Great to see we have new riders out enjoying our sport. The SuperMini class had eighteen riders! Abby Davignon won the Women’s class and then finished second in 250B.

Results: superMini: 1.Ashton Hollis 2.Chase Smothers 3.Troy Noland 4.Jacob Mcgee 5.Colby Tomlinson Women: 1.Abby Davignon 2.Holly Hill 3.Tina Carter-Speece 4.Megan Moan 5.Rollanda Johnson Open C: 1.Jesse Howard 2.Jacob Patton 3.Cody McDaniel 4.Landen Noggle 5.Ian Batson 50cc 4-8: 1.Wyatt Bobo 2.Daniel Starnes 3.Collin Lomax 4.Sidnee Mason 5.Brady Clark 50: 1.Clark Jones 2.Connor Moore 3.Brayden Hahn schlboy: 1.Ashton Hollis 2.Drake Bailey 3.Tyler Thompson 4.Chase Smothers 5.Troy Noland Mini 1: 1.Bobby Panarisi 2.Kole Medwid 3.Marshall Blythe 4.Logan Russell 5.Trevor Colip +40: 1.Chad Thompson 2.John Dixon 3.Bill Loy 4.Jason Kraus 5.Jackie Puntney +50: 1.Gary Adams 2.Mark Roberts 3.Rob Mills 4.Tony Ivie 5.Mike Hancock Vintage: 1.Brad Adams 2.Jay Brewer 3.Michael Bowles Open A: 1.Quentin Jones 2.Ronnie Ford 3.Cory Deadmond 4.Zach Warner 5.Keeze Carver Open B: 1. Bret Crites 2.Dane Morgan 3.Aaron Carter 4.Jared Mills 5.Tyler Hodson 250C: 1.Jesse Howard 2.Andrew Hughes 3.Ian Batson 4.Kyle Lamb 5.Landen Noggle +45: 1.Gary Adams 2.Stacy Stewart Open Beginner: 1.Bryan Fitzgerald 2.Bret Hooper 3.Michael Hodge 4.Tristan Dillow 5.Joe Wessel 250A: 1.Quentin Jones 2.Keeze Carver 3.Zach Warner 4.Matthew Bell 250B: 1.Brennon Kershaw 2.Abby Davignon 3.Ryan Crites 4.Holly Hill 5.Greg Dow 50Jr: 1.Devin Starnes 2.Kyden Jessup 50sr: 1.Zayden Mason 2.Gavin Batson 3.Wyatt Bobo 4.Andrew Hayhurst 5.Jeremy Frailey schlboy 2: 1.Dakota Welty 2.Ryan Crites 3.Trevor Frewtzel 4.Riley King 5.Hunter Weaver +25: 1.Ronnie Ford 2.Cory Deadmond 3.Jake Lustig 4.Michael Bender 5.Brian Huckstep +55: 1.Mark Roberts 2.Keith Huckstep 3.Michael Jobe 85Jr: 1.Marshall Blythe 2.Bobby Panarisi 3.Kole Medwid 4.Willam Singleton 5.Johnny Boneau JR 85sr: 1.Troy Noland 2.Jacob Mcgee 3.Gage Stear 4.Isaac Ellsworth 5.Chase Branon +30A: 1.Ronnie Ford 2.Kirt Monk 3.Dustin Lustig 4.Bill Loy 5.Shawn Kelley +30B: 1.John Dixon 2.Jackie Puntney 3.Chris Skelton 4.Perry Tomlinson 5.Jay Brewer 125cc: 1.Drake Bailey 2.Alexander Juelfs 3.Colton Phillips 4.Isaac Elsworth 5.Eric Holiday 14-24: 1.Bret Crites 2.Bage Noblitt 3.Abby Davignon 4.Jared Mills 5.Caleb Wadley 65Jr: 1.Trevor Colip 2.Zayden Mason 3.Briley Juelfs 4.Clayton Anderson 5.Gavin Batson CYCLE USA, August 2014

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400 Plus at July Aztalan Lake Mills, Wisconsin - July 13 By Dave Hollub

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otocross in Wisconsin in July often means hot and humid, but this year the day started out mild (for July) with temperatures in the high 70s. When the predicted overnight rain didn’t hit, it was up to the track crew to get some water down and then the 400 plus entries headed out for practice. Practice set in some pretty good lines and watching them out there it was obvious today was going to be a great race day. Ben Blazek ripped out his first 50Sr. holeshot of the day with Nathan Postma and Ayden Price right on his rear fender. Blazek bobbled just enough to leave an opening for Price to slip into the lead before they hit the west end of the PeeWee track. Blazek had another bobble before the first lap was scored and slipped into the middle of the pack. Price looked like he was going to cruise to an easy win until he went down on lap three in the corner after the plateau. Noah Bindas now had the lead and held on for the win with Postma close behind. Blazek was charging hard and moved past Nolan Schweighardt on the last lap to grab third. Once again Blazek was first around the holeshot for moto two, then Price and Bindas slipped past before lap one was scored. Postma got by Blazek and held him

off to the finish. Bindas pushed his way past Price on lap two, then had his hands full holding him behind. Price pushed hard and in the last corner before the finish twisted the throttle all the way to take the win by less than a wheel. Bindas claimed the overall with a 1/2 day while Postma’s 2/3 was good for second, and Price (6/1) took the final podium spot. Bindas, “I was racing that number 127 and he tipped over and I took advantage of it and won the first moto. Second moto it was really close at the end but he just edged me out. I still got the first overall. I want to thank my Mom and Dad, and my brother because they have all been helping me practice and getting me faster.” Kirsten Raemisch had the Women’s class down pat today as she led every lap in her pre Loretta tune-up. Ashley Densow ran a solid second while Sierra Dortch settled into third. In moto one Alexa Duclos chased Jade Wennlund all moto and finally slipped into fourth on the final lap. In moto two Wennlund was able to hold off pressure from Duclos to claim fourth. When 65cc got their chance, Justin Oehlhof jumped out front right away and looked like he had the advantage as he opened up a small gap. On lap two and just after the plateau Oehlhof washed out his front end and went down, putting Elijah Tetzlaff out front. Oehlhof was back up and running before he lost any more posi-

Joe Dretzka won Open A and Unlimited A

tions but he couldn’t catch Tetzlaff before the finish. Aiden McCormick had settled into third and held off a mid moto challenge from Cole Godfrey. McCormick edged out Oehlhof for the moto two holeshot by dominating the tight inside line. Oehlhof was not going to be held back this moto, and by the time he hit the plateau the first time, he already had opened up a gap ahead of Brandon Martyniak. Spencer Hein made up for a ninth place first moto as he ran in third all moto. Noah Bindas was running fourth until he went down, putting Owen Haseleu in position to take the spot at the finish. Oehlhof (2/1) got the overall followed by Martyniak (4/2) and Tetzlaff (1/8). Mike Duclos got the jump out of the +40 moto one gate-drop and by the time lap two began he had Carl Hein and Marc Ottenad right on his rear wheel. Hein found a way around Duclos in the west end and by the time he went over the plateau had already opened up a little breathing room. Ottenad got around Duclos on the next lap and began running down Hein, finally making the pass just before the checkers flew. Frank Weiss got around Duclos on the final lap to claim third. Duclos was out front again in moto two but this time Hein was out front on the first trip over the plateau with Ottenad and Joe Schuster close behind. Ottenad was out front on the next lap. Hein held on in second with Schuster third while Duclos battling with Weiss for fourth. Weiss got around Duclos in the barn section on lap three, and by the time they took the checkers he was all over Schuster’s rear fender. A 1/1 day was good for Ottenad to take the overall.


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Dalton hein won 85cc (9-13)

Justin Wolf is also preparing for his August trip to Loretta’s, and today he was out front running hard in a couple of classes. When 250B got their first drop, Wolf grabbed a big holeshot but Eli Walters managed to get around him in the west end. Wolf tried various lines looking for an opening which he finally found near the end of lap two to slip back into the lead. While Wolf and Walters battled for the lead Mason Persha was cruising in third ahead of Cody Sigler. In moto two Wolf edged out Tyler Vacala for the holeshot by using the outside line and staying hard on the throttle. On their first trip over the plateau Wolf already had a gap on the rest of the class and continued to cruise out front. Sigler and Persha swapped positions a couple of times during the moto with Persha having the advantage at the checkers. Nick Czechowicz came back from a mid pack start and finished fourth just behind Sigler. Wolf also went 1/1 in Sportsman B/C to take that overall as well. Later Wolf commented, “I’ve got about two more weeks to Loretta’s, and I’ll be racing College B/C and 450B Stock. I am definitely looking forward to that and will hopefully do something good down there. Thanks to Sportland2, Mom and Dad, V Metals, EVS, MSR, TZR, Spectro, Williams Motorworks, all the Dretzka family, and everyone else for all the support and getting this far.”

Daniel Beck was and Brad Yde in a great showing of sportsout front as the manship ended his moto as he dropped his thirty-three rider bike and went to Blakey’s aid until he was 250C field hit the able to walk off the track. Braund and got first turn for moto around Schweighardt on lap three. Bowone, with Logan man got the overall with Wolf (2/3) second Telfer just half a bike and Braund (4/2) third. back. Telfer was out Jason Erdmann was out front at the +25A front quick but Jake holeshot and never looked back. Greg Garwood out jumped Hochmuth was putting pressure on him to take away the Jonathan Hartman for the first four laps, lead on the plateau, and then slipped into second. Hartman was and then checked out not ready to give up and retook second in once there. Taylor the barn section and now Scott Zont moved Hosta was putting into the mix. Zont and Hochmuth traded pressure on Telfer places a couple times on the final lap but until he began to slip when the checkers came out Zont had the into the pack midway advantage and finished in third. Zont powthrough lap two. ered down the start of moto two and James Burd had grabbed the holeshot but when they hit the moved into third by plateau Erdmann was in the lead with Zont the beginning of the and Hartman close behind. Erdmann third lap, and by the stayed out front to grab the win ahead of plateau he was right Zont and Hartman. on Telfer, but Telfer Mother Nature kept her part of the barheld on and finished gain by mixing in brief periods of sunshine second with Burd and tolerable temperature while the Aztaand then Craig lan crew kept the track in shape, and put Flancher right bedown water to keep the dust in check. hind. Garwood made up for a bad first Thanks to everyone that came out! moto start by grabbing the holeshot and then once again started gapping the field to an easy moto win. Hosta was second but Telfer passed him in the east end. Telfer and Flancher finished second and third while Burd made a last lap pass on Hosta to finish fourth. The overall went to Garwood with Telfer second and Flancher third. Andrew Bowman led +30B/C from the gatedrop of moto one to the moto two checkers as he ran away with the win. Greg Niles was second in moto one until he went down, handing it over to Thomas Wolf. Ben Schweighardt beat out Jeremy Braund for third with Troy Blakey finishing fifth. Schweighardt started moto two in second, being pushed hard by Blakey and Jeremy Braund. Blakey went down hard on lap two in front of the start straight, Carl hein finished 2nd overall in senior 40+


Daniel Beck (929) got the 250C moto 1 holeshot Aztalan Results 250A: 1.Scott Zont 2.Matthew Menzer 3.Kirsten Raemisch 4.William Menzel 5.Nicholas Pellmann 250B: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Mason Persha 3.Cody Sigler 4.Nicholas Czechowicz 5.Jeremy Smith 250C: 1.Jake Garwood 2.Logan Telfer 3.Craig Flancher 4.James Burd 5.Taylor Hosta sports B/C: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Jamison Duclos 3.Taylor Strauss 4.Mason Persha 5.Jake Garwood Open A: 1.Joseph Dretzka 2.Tylor Skodras 3.Timmy Baake 4.Jason Erdmann 5.Jonathan Hartman Open B: 1.Bryce telfer 2.Nate Knottnerus 3.Derek Muehlbauer 4.Ian Malinowski 5.Kail McCormack Women: 1.Kirsten Raemisch 2.Ashley Densow 3.Sierra Dortch 4.Jade Wennlund 5.Alexa Duclos Unlimited A: 1.Joseph Dretzka 2.Tylor Skodras 3.Timmy Baake 4.Maxwell Malkmus 5.Kirsten

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Raemisch +25A: 1.Jason Erdmann 2.Scott Zont 3.Jonathan Hartman 4.Greg Hochmuth 5.Aaron Stroebel +25B/C: 1.Dennis Roushia 2.Travis Schaefer 3.Jake Smith 4.Nate White 5.Thomas Wolf +30B/C: 1.Andy Bowman 2.Thomas Wolf 3.Jeremy Braund 4.Ben Schweighardt 5.Brian Sadlon +30A: 1.Greg Hochmuth 2.Karter Busse 3.Brad Johnson 4.Aaron Stroebel 5.Joe Schuster +40: 1.Marc Ottenad 2.Carl Hein 3.Frank Weiss 4.Joe Schuster 5.Mike Duclos +45: 1.Frank Weiss 2.Carl Hein 3.Tom Ferguson 4.Gregg White 5.John Malchow +50: 1.Kurt Andrews 2.Jeff Ramsay 3.Tim Boblin 4.Gregg White 5.Robert Edler 50Jr: 1.Riley Busse 2.Owen Blakey 3.Peyton Poker 4.Jayden Adams 5.Jayden Wolf

50sr: 1.Noah Bindas 2.Nathan Postma 3.Ayden Price 4.Benjamin Blazek 5.Nolan Schweighardt 65cc: 1.Justin Oehlhof 2.Brandon Martyniak 3.Elijah Tetzlaff 4.Owen Haseleu 5.Cole Godfrey 85cc (9-11): 1.Eugene Wolff 2.Dylan Duclos 3.Braden Warner 4.Elijah Tetzlaff 5.Brandon Martyniak 85cc (9-13): 1.Dalton Hein 2.Ronald Schmidt 3.Eugene Wolff 4.Braden Warner 5.Rory Schultz 85cc (12-15): 1.Eddie Norred 2.Dalton Hein 3.Tyler Gamble 4.Ronald Schmidt 5.Colton Parson 125Jr.: 1.Jamison Duclos 2.Mason Persha 3.Eddie Norred 4.Jared Feucht 5.Darren Feucht Non-Current: 1.Matthew Menzer 2.Paul Harding 3.Ian Malinowski 4.Jake Smith 5.Zachary Scheiber supermini: 1.Eddie Norred 2.Colton Parson 3.Seth Doeberlein 4.Dylan Densow 5.Dalton Hein


Taiga Judd pulling a huge holeshot in 250C.

Motosports Park Heating Up Byron, Illinois - July 20 By Josh Rud, More photos at www.ShiftOnePhotography.com

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his past weekend things got underway for the sixth round of the Nuke Series out at Motosports Park in Byron, Illinois. The first impressions of everyone hitting the track was that the dirt was in prime shape, and making some really good lines. Everyone was ina really up-beat mode, as usual. There was a great turnout and the weather was amazing. It was going to be another great day at Byron. Coming out in Supermini for their first moto Eddie Norred got off the line fast, taking over the lead from the get go and not looking back. Right behind him was Jake Fell and Mikey Billion, both on the hunt. Over the first jump into the right hander Dylan Denson snuck into the inside to take over third leaving Fell in second. Denson made it around Fell coming down the hill on the second lap with Billion following right behind him to move them both up a spot. Norred took the win with Denson and Billion rounding out the top three. In the second moto Norred took the win once again for the overall. Billion finished second overall with a second place finish and Denson was third in the moto and overall. +30B/C got underway a little later in the day with some cool battles going on. Blasting off the line was Randy Julseth taking the holeshot followed by Jason Edgerton

and Roland Gomez. Flying into the last turn before the finish line Edgerton had moved up to the front as Cory Lingle and Julseth were side-by-side, battling hard for second place. Hitting the sand Lingle pulled away to take over second while Gomez was able to take over third. Pushing hard through the laps, Gomez got around Lingle coming through the sweeper to take over second. Edgerton took the win followed by Gomez and Lingle. The second moto was a repeat of the first giving Edgerton the overall, Gomez second and Lingle following in third. Open A was a fast race as always with Ty Tyrrell out in full force, and grabbing the holeshot in the first moto leaving Andrew Thyberg and Arick Abraham behind as they hit the sweeper. Everyone was going hard as Eric Feuillerat was making up ground and caught up to Abraham. On the third lap Feuillerat was able to edward Lengwin on the

get an inside line and take over third while Tyrrell was stretching out a comfortable lead. Feuillerat was starting to make a push for second when the laps ran out. Once again the second moto was a mirrored finish, giving Tyrrell the overall with the sweep, Thyberg second and Feuillerat third for the day.

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250C was stacked as it usually is, having thirty riders start for a very busy race. Hitting the first turn hard Tiaga Judd got out front for the lead with Steve Simmons and Stuart Schwagerman all bunched up, heading into the first jump. Coming down from the right hander Schwagerman made his move to the inside taking over second, putting Simmons back to third. Schwagerman caught up to Judd in the sand, showing him a wheel, but Judd held him off. Meanwhile, behind them Simmons had bobbled and lost a few spots with Brandon Allen now moving into third place. On the third lap, after a great battle Schwagerman made it by Judd to take over the lead, then holding it for the win. In the second moto Schwagerman took the win again for the overall, Judd was second for second overall. Schoolboy was another big race with some great riding out there. Coming off the gates Chase Boykin took off to an early lead coming from the outside pulling hard into the sweeper with Jarred Berggren and Tiaga Judd right behind him. Over the first jump, Berggren was on it taking over the lead with Judd fighting Boykin for position. After several laps, almost out of nowhere Eddie Norred was flying through the pack, making up for a bad start and launched straight into second place with Boykin holding on to third. Berggren held on for the win with Norred and Boykin rounding out the podium. In the second moto Berggren took the win once again, grabbing the overall. Judd took over second place, taking second overall with a fourth place finish in the first moto. Norred settled into third overall with a 2-4 moto score. It was great day out at Motosports Park with the track crew working hard getting everything perfect for the race day. This left the track in great condition all day with only one real break in the action to give the track a little work. Things are moving right along this summer and it’s with no doubt it will get even better as the series moves into the final rounds. Get out and race, fall will be here before you know it, and we all know what follows that! Results 125cc: 1.Jarred Berggren 2.Stuart Schwagerman 3.Paxton Kerber 4.Chase Boykin 5.Kevin Popaeko 14-24: 1.Arick Abraham 2.Dylan Boyd 3.Chad West 4.Ben Ibianskas 5.Joseph Voegtle +25: 1.Andrew Thyberg 2.Eric Feuillerat 3.Tad Tyrrell 4.Ryan George 5.Justin Hager Open Mini 7-11: 1.Brandon Martyniak 2.Spencer Whitney 3.Gunner Schmidgall 4.Cameron Campbell 5.David Frawley superMini: 1.Eddie Norred 2.Michael Billon 3.Dylan Denson 4.Jake Fell 5.Ronald Schmidt +50: 1.Orville Kline 2.Joseph Voegtle 3.Steve Medcalf 4.Donald Hachmeister

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90cc 4-Wheel: 1.Jacob Lincoln 2.Marcus Misfeldt Women: 1.Kayla Miller 2.Kali Wald 3.Kimberly Mid3.Gavin Mortensen 4.Savannah Mortensen dlebrook 4.Emily Hooper 50cc (4-8): 1.Preston Zollers 2.Jayten Rempso +50B/C: 1.Scott Johnson 2.Charley Ohmstead 3.Hanz Eismueller 4.Kallin Thomas 5.Payton Wald 3.Pete Reitsch 4.William White 5.Peter Bugay 65 Beg: 1.Talan Zollers 2.Connor Pilon 3.Ty Jurg250C: 1.Stuart Schwagerman 2.Taiga Judd 3.Branersen 4.Evan Griffiths 5.Zachery Johnson Trail don Allen 4.Steve Simmons 5.Nicky Shelton Blazer: 1.James Waldren 85Jr: 1.John Perovic 2.Eugene Wolff 3.Brandon 50Jr: 1.Preston Zollers 2.Jayten Rempso 3.Kallin Martyniak 4.Cole Dekker 5.Spencer Whitney Thomas 4.Pat Lyon 85sr: 1.Eddie Norred 2.Ronald Schmidt 3.Robert 50sr: 1.Ian Murphy 2.Talan Zollers 3.Thomas Woj Lopez 4.Andrew Mueller 5.Jacob Croissant 250A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.William Menzel 250B: 1.Paxton Kerber 2.Chad West 3.Jake Peterson 4.Jason Obrien 5.Seth Kuss Open C: 1.Andrue Remley 2.Edward Kline 3.Klayton Fox 4.Bradley Kane 5.Adam White schlby (12-16): 1.Jarred Berggren 2.Taiga Judd 3.Eddie Norred 4.Chase Boykin 5.Jonathan Hrach +40: 1.Michael Namowicz 2.Joel Middlebrook Open A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Andrew Thyberg 3.Eric Feuillerat 4.William Menzel 5.Tad Tyrrell +55: 1.Todd White 2.Orville Kline 3.Steve Medcalf 4.Donald Hachmeister Vintage: 1.Bobby Fisher 2.Cory Lingle 3.Jake Fell 4.Josh Leatherby 5.Ryan Popaeko 65Jr: 1.Mario Lopez 2.Cole Godfrey 3.Luke Jackson 4.Gavin Batson 5.Thomas Wojtasow 65sr: 1.John Perovic 2.Zennon Shain 3.Cameron CampLuke Jackson leading #72 Mario Lopez and Cole Godfrey in 65Jr. bell 4.David Frawley 5.Andrew Voegtle Open B: 1.Ricki Williams 2.Steven Freund 3.Michael Prince 4.Garrett Deieso 5.Jeremy Barone schlby 2 (250F): 1.Ben Ibianskas 2.Rj Mackenzie 3.Nicky Shelton 4.Andrew Mueller 50 Unl-Legacy: 1.Deegan Cooley 2.Gavin Batson 3.Thomas Wojtasow 4.Hunter Savage 5.Landon Mccombs +30A: 1.Andrew Thyberg 2.Ryan George +30B/C: 1.Jason Edgerton 2.Roland Gomez 3.Cory Lingle 4.Michael Namowicz 5.Nick Deans 4- Wheel B: 1.Preston Norville 2.Ryan Mangold 3.Zachary Castleman 4.Steven Bickett 300cc 4-Wheel: 1.Nathan Knull 2.Marcus Misfeldt 3.Jacob Lincoln 4 -Wheel C: 1.Drake Koelling 2.Andrew Gapen 3.Justin Fravell stuart schwagerman on his way 4.Brian Shelato to winning the first moto in 125cc. 5.Calvin Smith


4th of July Weekend in Chilton moto went down in the first corner. He got up though and made a comeback to finish strong in fourth. Logan Kresal who finished sixth in moto one took advantage of the start mess and finished in second. Lornson who also slipped through for another third, and it was good for second overall. Mini 85 (9-13) also had another crazy start with a pileup in the first corner. Dane Klinger and Eugene Wolff made it through clean though to create a great battle for the lead. The two duked it out through the entire first moto, before Klinger came out on top. Sam Forstner held steady in third, with Devin Blume and Preston Maki following. Saturday night Women’s class winner Ashley Densow. In the second moto Klinger got the start again Chilton, Wisconsin - July 5 and pulled away with Wolff trailing. It was By Sam Forstner a battle for third with Keano Medved, who istrict 16 motocross on the 4th of crashed in the first moto leading the group. July weekend was hosted by GravBehind him were Blume, Forstner, and ity Park USA in Chilton, WisconMaki. Midway through the moto sin, and they presented a great and Blume made a mistake, giving enjoyable double-header weekend. On Sataway his fourth place position, urday there was a District 16 points race and settling behind Maki for sixth. under the gleaming lights followed by anThe top five overall was Klinger, other points race on Sunday. The Gravity Wolff, Forstner, Medved, and track crew poured on the water in practice Maki. to make for a really good race track during Racing action went until about the motos, which led to great racing for the 11pm Saturday night, but with the spectators. later start on Sunday it didn’t The Peewee Jr. racers put on a great show seem to affect any of the riders exfor the crowd with awesome battles cept for maybe some of the senior throughout the track. In the first moto it riders that were past their bedtime. was Brody Barth from Seymour, WI The double-header weekend was pulling the holeshot, and never looking great for Gravity thanks to prep back. #926 Blake Duchateau had the two work and super weather! It was a Cobras of Garrett Lornson and Carson thrilling weekend for all, and one Syverson beat off the start. He maintained that many will want to duplicate his position through the race with almost no again. flaws, as the three held their positions to the Saturday Night Results: end of the moto. 125Jr: 1.Sam Malcolm 2.Andrew SwienMoto two started with mayhem in the ton 3.Marco Gravedoni 4.Devin Blume first corner, with half the field taking a dirt 5.Tommy Gerlach Quad A: 1.Brandon Laabs 2.Josh Mcsample. It didn’t stop Barth from getting clelland 3.Jacob Powell the holeshot and pulling away to get an50Jr 4-6: 1.Brody Barth 2.Garrett Lornother win for the overall. Unfortunately, son 3.Blake Duchateau 4.Logan Kresal 5.Carson Syverson Duchateau who placed second in the first

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Schweighardt 3.Aidan Colombo 4.Benjamin Blazek 5.Kaiden Snyder +40: 1.Doug Forstner 2.Jeff Ramsay 3.Tom Ferguson 4.Tommy Gerlach 5.Glen Brandemuehl 250A: 1.Kyle Hameister 2.Erik Utech 3.Chase Nystrom 85cc 9-11: 1.Eugene Wolff 2.Rocco Gravedoni 3.Preston Maki 4.Hunter Swienton 5.Seth Bennett Open B: 1.Danielle West 2.Antonio Gravedoni 3.Eric Leach 4.Bryce Telfer 5.Jeremy Smith Open C: 1.Logan Telfer 2.Sawyer Schmidtman 3.Jacob Lepak 4.John Bougnett 5.Matthew Kissner +30A: 1.Matt Stratton +30B/C: 1.Jeremy Braund 2.Matthew Kissner 3.Gabe Kohlmeyer 4.Dave Bickel 5.Paul Geibl 85cc 9-13: 1.Dane Klinger 2.Eugene Wolff 3.Sam Forstner 4.Keano Medved 5.Preston Maki +25B/C: 1.Eli Siordia 2.Tom Perryman 3.Travis Kallenbach 4.Samuel Burhop 5.Matthew Kohlmeyer +25A: 1.Travis Erdmann 2.Matt Stratton Sports B/C 14-24: 1.Bryce Telfer 2.Eric Leach 3.Taylor Roloff 4.Jeremy Smith 5.Nicholas Randrup 65cc 7-11: 1.Rocco Gravedoni 2.Diesel Bosin 3.Reed Klinger 4.Owen Haseleu 5.Sam Mayer Supermini 12-16: 1.Tommy Gerlach 2.Sam Malcolm 3.Marco Gravedoni 4.Maxwell Mayer 5.Kendra Randrup +45: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Tommy Gerlach 3.Paul Geibl 4.Glen Brandemuehl Open A: 1.Erik Utech 2.Kyle Hameister 3.Travis Erdmann 4.Chase Nystrom +50: 1.Jeffrey Mclain 2.Jeff Ramsay 3.Glen Brandemuehl 4.John Meehan Quad B/C: 1.Gabe Dommer 2.Aidan Blades 3.Kevin Klinger 4.Jeremy Berger 5.Randall Victory 85cc 12-15: 1.Tyler Gamble 2.Keano Medved 3.Maxwell Mayer 4.Brandon Wendt 5.Devin Blume Women: 1.Ashley Densow 2.Kaylen Pellmann 3.Kendra Randrup 4.Mariah Lacount 5.Angeleah Gravedoni 250B: 1.Danielle West 2.Nicholas Randrup 3.Antonio Gravedoni 4.Jeremy Smith 5.Tyler Murrie 250C: 1.Logan Telfer 2.Jacob Lepak 3.Clint Hoftiezer 4.John Bougnett 5.Jared Wiedow

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Woodstock SX Taking Off! Woodstock, Illinois - July 11

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acing in Woodstock Illinois was reintroduced at the McHenry County Fairgrounds last year. Many years ago the same group running races at Lake Geneva (WI) also ran a few events here. After a successful 2013 kick-off season, the group running the events, based out of Woodstock KTM, quickly joined up with AMA District 17, and the events have been getting better all the time. More riders... smoother schedule, track tweaks each race, all leading to the great racing we saw this mid-July Friday night. It is cool, and hopefully here to stay for a long time. The events are so close to the WI/ IL state line, that a large portion of the rider base is coming from Wisconsin. The Vet class riders kicked off the night’s main events, as +30A rider Benjamin Booher put his Honda into the lead off the start. James Rossi was glued to his rear fender through the first two laps, before slipping by in front of the spectator whoops section. Rossi put a couple bike lengths on Booher, holding the lead to take the win.

250B start; Chad West with the holeshot, #78 Alex Rozboril, #91 Anthony Wallace.

Allen Marugg finished third. In +30B, Jason Edgerton led Tom Farchione from start to finish, as Thomas Conroy and James Wehrman finished third and fourth ahead of Travis Larson. Race winner Edgerton was the only non Wisconsin rider in the top five, coming over from Oakwood Park, IL. The 85Jr and Sr classes ran together, and after some great action in the earlier heat race, Tommy Fortune (85Jr) and Reid Runkel (85Sr) continued their bat-

Lindenhurst, IL’s Steven Minkus in the large 250C class.

tle in the main. While racing in different divisions, they were surely fighting over bragging rights. Fortune spent much of the heat race behind Runkel before a late race pass. In the main, Fortune got out front and held off early pressure from Runkel to take his class and overall win. Alex Moss finished second in the 85Sr class while Elijah Tetzlaff, Hunter Billingsley and Trace Franzke filled the lead group in 85Sr. Deegan Cooley was unstoppable in the 50Sr class, leading out of the first turn, and never looking back. Evan Griffiths pushed his Cobra to second as close race took place behind him. Reilly Crisp got the best of Colby Clem in the heat race for third, but that changed in the final. Clem had his hands full, but held on to the position each lap of the main while Crisp bounced across the track trying to get by.

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Mikah Carpenter, Landon Freund and Shane Larson took their battle for the 50Jr class win right down to the last lap. All riding KTM’s, they finished in that same order in the eleven rider class. By the time the bigger bikes returned to the track, the stands had filled with spectators, and everyone was ready for more great racing. The fifteen 250B riders definitely provided that entertainment. Chad West got a good jump and railed out of the first turn in the lead, with Alex Rozboril and Anthony Wallace leading the pack. Rozboril and Wallace tangled at the end of the first lap and only Wallace came out of it... Mean time, Justin Wolf and Ian Malinowski had worked their way up to fourth and fifth. Wolf had the right line to get past Wallace as he pulled clear of Rozboril, taking over second. West was still leading. It took until the last lap, but Wolf found a way to grab the lead and come from behind win. Second place finisher West, “I got a really good jump and held it into the corner. This is my first B race after running C all year. I wanted to move up and ride with the faster guys. I knew Justin was there and how good he is. I held on as long as I could before he got me in the double-double. I’m still pumped with second in my first race, I couldn’t ask for anything bet-

ter. I’d really like to thank my parents, Tom Zont, Gaerne and Fly.” Sportland 2/ EVS/ TZR/ Williams Moto Werxs/ Spectro back Wolf, “My start wasn’t very good, and I had to work my up. I tried to move as quick as possible. I ended up making the pass for the lead on the last lap, and it was awesome. The entire program (at Woodstock) is even better than last year. This is your typical styled fair race... tight, and a lot of fun.” Wallace finished third with Malinowski fourth, just ahead of Thomas Kraepin. Both 250 and Open C had enough riders to split them into multiple classes. In the first 250C class, Taiga Judd took the win on his KTM, ahead of Jared Burba and Jordan Roxworthy. In 250C-2, Nickolas Lorenz led early. Brandon Allen was pushing hard for a pass, and after the two rode side-by-side for half a lap dragging

bars, Allen got to an inside line that worked. Lorenz never gave him an inch to the end, but couldn’t find his way back into the lead. Blake Bauer ran in third, as Bradley Kane made a late race past Tony Storniolo for fourth. Allen, “I was second off the start, but after a few close laps I got him on the inside and then held him off. I’ve raced against him (Lorenz) before, and he’s

Vaughn Mays leads Scott Zont and Travis Sewell on his way to winning Open A.

James Wehrman in +30B is one of the many that grew up under the lights in near by Lake Geneva.

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ories of old times racing at Lake Geneva tough. You have to work for it. I got it as a kid, and I’m happy to get this win. I done this time. I love racing here. It is really want to thank Southeast Sales, if it close to home, and so much fun to do.” wasn’t for John and everyone there I Open C-1 winner, Nickolas Lorenz, “I wouldn’t be racing.” got a great start. I had a rider on me for a In Open B, Justin Wolf was back, and while (Jake Garwood), but then got a little after a three lap battle with Ryan Robinroom and went on for the win. Maximilson, he got into the lead and held it to the lian Richter finished third ahead of Kallob end. Robinson, “It was good out there... Kite and Bradley Kane. we had Sportland 2 riders in the top two In 250A Scott Zont led off the gate with fighting for the win. We are buddies, and heavy hitters pushing him right away. he got me on about the third lap, but it is Travis Sewell, and Maxx Malatia were all good, that’s racing. The track is great. second and third. Zont had a great line They know what they are doing, and over a small double-double section after the finish line, being the only rider to quad in. While it gained a little time, they were close enough the rest of the lap that it was anyone’s race. They were running so hard mistakes were bound to happen. Sewell stuffed his way past Zont, then Zont blew a berm and Malatia was into second, bringing Cameron Lansing with him into third. Sewell was next to make a mistake, dropping to third. Winner, BWR Engines backed Malatia, “I’m wore out. Everyone was running so hard that when they made any mistake I was ready and got around them. I saw it coming, and it worked.” Malatia’s hopes of repeating in the Open A class ended just after the start where a crash tore the bars off his bike. Genoa City, WI’s Vaughn Mays put his KTM out front, and then held off huge efforts by Anthony Edgerton charging to third in 65Jr. Zont, then Travis Sewell, Woodstock is where it’s at.” as they looked to move up. In the end, We caught up with Woodstock KTM Lansing finished third after a last lap pass owner Doug Jackson after the race, and on Zont, and Sewell had to settle for a asked what motivated him to gather a team close second. Sewell was on brand new, and make the racing possible. Jackson, “It fresh out of the crate 2015 KTM’s from is hard to describe our real passion for this Woodstock KTM. Pretty impressive rides sport... and how deep it goes. My brother on bikes that were essentially still being Dan and I grew up as kids racing out in broken in. Lake Geneva, Friday nights under the Mays, “I had some serious pressure lights, and that was just so awesome. from Travis. I rode some great laps after When I came back to the area fifteen years the start and came through with the win. I ago for the Harley store, I kept driving tend to like big outdoor tracks more, but past the fairgrounds here, and always racing here brings back some great mem-

thinking... someday I want to bring that kind of racing back. When we got the KTM dealership in place a couple years ago, we also went to work to put this in place. This works great for the fair board, and the community is really behind it. The racers and families love having this, and it is getting better all the time.” We would have to agree... the racing was great. Everyone was having a good time, and as someone who lived through the Lake Geneva days, it really felt like old times. The bikes have a different sound to them, but all the smiles and racing under the lights brought back great memories. Results: 250A: 1.Maxx Malatia 2.Cameron Lansing 3.Travis Sewell 4.Scott Zont 5.Vaughn Mays Open B: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Ryan Robinson 3.Austin Teer 4.Daniel Kraemer 5.Jake Kaiser Open C: 1.Nickolas Lorenz 2.Jake Garwood 3.Maximillian Richter 4.Kallob Kite 5.Bradley Kane 250B: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Chad West 3.Anthony Wallace 4.Ian Malinowski 5.Thomas Kraepin 250C: 1.Taiga Judd 2.Jared Burba 3.Jordan Roxworthy 4.Alex Oerkfitz 5.Alex Bindas 50JR: 1.Mikah Carpenter 2.Landon Freund 3.Shane Larson 4.Joseph Henry 5.Owen Bills 50Sr: 1.Deegan Cooley 2.Evan Griffiths 3.Colby Clem 4.Reilly Crisp 5.Robert Gibson 65Jr: 1.Elijah Tetzlaff 2.Deegan Cooley 3.Anthony Edgerton 4.Wyatt Mattson 5.Ryder Beth 65Sr: 1.Hunter Billingsley 2.Brooke Kennebeck 3.Zachary Brunner 4.Wyatt Brock 5.Jacob Coleman 85Jr: 1.Tommy Fortune 2.Elijah Tetzlaff 3.Hunter Billingsley 4.Trace Franzke 85Sr: 1.Reid Runkel 2.Alex Moss 125 2-Stroke: 1.Anthony Wallace 2.Chad Boss 3.Kevin Popaeko 4.Ian Malinowski 5.Robert Feller Pit Bike: 1.Kevin Popaeko 2.Ryan Popaeko 3.Jonathan Schwantz 4.Brian Petersen 5.Bobby Mckay Open A: 1.Vaughn Mays 2.Travis Sewell 3.Cameron Lansing 4.Scott Zont 5.Brian Krohn 250C (2): 1.Brandon Allen 2.Nickolas Lorenz 3.Blake Bauer 4.Bradley Kane 5.Tony Storniolo Open Mini: 1.Tommy Fortune Jr 2.Reid Runkel 3.Ryder Beth 4.Anthony Edgerton 5.Aaron Colletti +30A: 1.James Rossi 2.Benjamin Booher 3.Allen Marugg 4.Matthew Carpenter +30B/C: 1.Jason Edgerton 2.Tom Farchione 3.Thomas Conroy 4.James Wehrman 5.Travis Larson Vintage: 1.Jon Schubert 2.Doug Jackson 3.Kenneth Luebke Women: 1.Ashleigh Newmarker Open C (2): 1.Brandon Allen 2.Alex Larson 3.Jared Burba 4.Tyler Sidders 5.Jordan Roxworthy

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BIG Night at Jordan SX Jordan, Minnesota - July 11 By Jamie Theis

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pproximately 225 entries turned out for the second annual Mid-Season Championship at Jordan Supercross on July 11th. Several great sponsors provided prizes for the winners of each class along with a $1200 pro purse. Once again the Motokazie crew put in their sweat and hard work to get the track in prime racing condition. An extra special part of the evening was a two moto pit bike race that

drew twenty-two pit bikers for some bar banging action. Back to racing after a three and a half year break was Blake Dungey of Chaska, MN. Blake was an up and coming amateur racer, part of the infamous Dungey family, but had to take a leave of absence from racing due to health reasons. Well, that three year break didn’t seem to have slowed him down much. At the drop of the Pro class gate, Dungey had a good start but fell in a corner, pushing him back to eighth place. By lap two he’d already moved his way up to forth; and by the third lap he was in third place where he would finish. The heat finish order was: Joe Perron of Elko, Justin Craft of Ham Lake, Dungey, Nick Jackson, Cody

Slark, Marcus Winch, Ryan Orres, Logan Marzahn, Dylan Wolff, Colton Arneson, and Brett Mclaud of Cedar Rapids, IA. In the Pro race main event, Dungey took the holeshot and held the lead the entire eight lap race. The action in the main event fell to the back of the pack, with Orres working his way up from a seventh place start to a forth place finish. Slark also had a tough main event, with a ninth place start, he had to fight his way up to seventh. The main event finish order was: Dungey, Perron, Jackson, Orres, Winch, Wolff, Slark, Craft, Arneson, and Mclaud. The 450C class had a great turnout with 16 riders. In the heat race it was Levi Buckley with the holeshot and lead. Cody Wroe was hot on his tail, followed by Seth Fischer on his Kawasaki. Buckley crashed on the third lap in front of Wroe, which allowed Fischer to take the lead. The heat race finish order was: Fischer, Wroe, Cameron Klehr, Max Hennes, Mitch Kopp, Bret Holland, Marcus Klehr, and Adam Olson. Cody Wroe was second in both 250 and 450C.

Nick Jackson flying high to a second in the Pro class.


The 450C main event race did not see much change in order with the exception of Johnny Kreuser. Kreuser had a third place start; but tipped over in the third lap to finish in tenth. The 450C main event finish order saw Fischer, Wroe, Holland, Cameron Klehr, Olson fill out the top five. Motokazie would like to thank their sponsors: Ziegler Cat, Minnesota National Guard, 401 Manufacturing, Strider bikes, Coates RV and Ace Trailer Sales. Results: Motokazie: 7/11/14: 50cc Oil Inj: 1.Vincent Harens 2.Logan Holtz 3.Kai Morgan 4.Eli Krech 50cc Premix: 1.James Clough 2.Dustin White 3.Caleb Bohlman 4.Kyren Sunken 5.Evan Sherman Shift & Shaft: 1.Christian Berg 2.Lance Geis 3.Lincoln Bolton 4.Cody Bohlman 65cc 7-9: 1.Jayden Clough 2.James Clough 3nolyn Hempel 4.Timmy Kristiansen 5.Noah Miesen 65cc 10-11: 1.Gavin Janovsky 2.Gage Krech 3.Chase Hazlett 4.Richie Conover 5.Davis Sunken 85cc 7-11: 1.Jayden Clough 2.Austin Kristiansen 3.Gavin Janovsky 4.Gage

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Krech 5.Walker Krampitz 85cc 12-15: 1.Kaleb Carman 2.Nick Frey 3.Alex Damlow 4.Jacob Mertens

5.Jake Johnson Open 80cc-105cc: 1.Kaleb Carman 2.Austin Kristiansen 3.Jacob Mertens

Blaine, MN’s Gage Krech went 2-2 in the 65cc 7-9 class.

4.Nick Frey 5.Jake Johnson 250C: 1.Seth Fishcer 2.Cody Wroe 3.Nick Heinen 4.Donovan Wigen 5.Adam Olson 250B: 1.Walker Kruse 2.Trevor Archibald 3.Josh Weis 4.Nicholas Swenson 5.John Matejka 450C: 1.Seth Fischer 2.Cody Wroe 3.Bret Holland 4.Cameron Klehr 5.Adam Olson 450B: 1.Jeff Doege 2.Wyatt Krampitz 3.Mitch Hallet 4.John Matejka 5.Timmy Kerber Pro: 1.Blake Dungey 2.Joe Perron 3.Nick Jackson 4.Ryan Orres 5.Marcus Winch 15-29 Open: 1.Wyatt Krampitz 2.Jeff Doege 3.Sebastian Lee 4.Brandon Beranek 5.Colton Neuharth +30: 1.Brian McCarthy 2.Levi McMains 3.Rob Kniss 4.Gene Miller 5.Scott Nuss Women: 1.Jacqueline Riess Mini Quad Stk: 1.Cooper Huson 2.Logan Radunz 3.Rachel Sorenson 4.Anthony Thurk 5.Lexi Johnson Mini Quad Prod: 1.Vinny Callahan 2.Riley Brooks 3.Nicholas Huson Quad Sport: 1.Dylan O'flanagan 2.Kyle Johnson 3.Jack Berdan 4.Robbie Sorenson Quad Open B: 1.Luke Radunz 2.Chris Bertrand 3.Calvin Jobe Quad Open A: 1.Bo Schuette Pit Bike: 1.Kyle Ryman 2.Gary Stoudt 3.Wes Frandrup 4.Brent Zeien 5.Jacob Mertens Open Beg (D): 1.Rusty Hewitt 2.Gavin Held 3.Levi Nelson 4.Jay Nelson 5.Adam RoldanBurba 4.Tyler Sidders 5.Jordan Roxworthy


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Fast Racing at Crossroads MX Mason, Illinois - July 20 By James Pinckard

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rossroads MX hosted round five of the Grass Roots Motocross Championship. With tracks in the series from three states it drew riders from four states to race. It’s good to see our District 17 tracks involved in events like this because it draws riders to find out how good Motocross is in our district. The lack of rain kept the Crossroads crew on their toes this event, but they did a great job providing a safe and fun track to race. The Crossroads layout is great, and if you have not made the trip there you should. Even with the temperatures on the warm side, the racing was hot! One class that was in the mode was65Jr. This class is the first “clutch” class for young riders, and you would expect the riders to be more… well learning the trade. This wasn’t the case today, these riders had great style and were flying! In the first moto Cobra rider Edgar Lewis had the start he needed, but Cobra rider Brock Carter Toal finished third in 50Sr, and also raced in 65Jr. Lassiter didn’t wait long and made around the track, and these riders were the pass for the lead after the downhill doudoing just that. In the first moto Husky ble. Lassiter was on the gas and took the rider Jakob Payne took the win with Honda moto win with Lewis second. Kawasaki rider Destin Juelfs second and Alexander rider Jacob Snodgrass also put in a great Juelfs third on his Suzuki. In the second ride for third. In the second moto Lassiter moto Payne again had his Husky on the had things under control and styled his way pipe, taking the win. Behind Payne it was to the moto and overall win. Lewis took the battle of the Jeulfs with Alexander finsecond with Snodgrass third for the moto ishing second in the moto and overall and and overall. top bragging rights. Destin put in a great The 125 class, well there’s just something ride for third in the moto and overall. cool about the sound of the 125’s cranking The biggest class of the day was 250C, and it is always full of action. Yamaha rider Damon Evans took both moto wins and the overall, but it wasn’t without having to work for it. Evans rode hard and had to pass his way to the front. In the first moto Honda Part of the +30B pack diving into turn one.

rider Jacob Hill finished second with Dakota Welty third. In the second moto Ethan Royer took second and with his fourth in the first moto he walked away with second overall. Third in the second moto was husky rider Jakob Payne, but having trouble in the first moto left him with thirteenth overall. Third overall went to Hill who finished sixth the second moto. There was a chance for anyone to place anywhere, it just shows how close and great the racing is in this class. The +30 classes are becoming one of the biggest of the day. They are also great classes to race and watch. In +30A Kawasaki rider Denny Dooley took the first moto win. In the second moto Dooley again was out front and riding with grace. If you ever get a chance to watch Dooley ride, do it, he has perfect style and many riders could learn some stuff just by watching. Monk is no slacker and he kept Dooley on his toes and finished right behind him both motos for second overall. Third overall went to Husky rider Shawn Kelley with his third in the second moto. Crossroads, continued on page 42 CYCLE USA, August 2014

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Berm Benders Civil Series Race Brook Park, Minnesota - June 29 By Keith McKenna

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he day dawned sunny and warm for Round five of the 2014 Civil Series. Finally, a great day with perfect conditions for the MN motocross masses to get out and enjoy a sweet day of racing, camaraderie and food. With heavy rain earlier in the week, certain areas in the pits would have been better for a skimboarding contest, but the race track was in as good of condition as one could ask for. It was mint! The 250B racers pulled to the first gate of the day with perennial favorites Austin Kienast and Tommy Coon looking to come out on top, but the #221 Yamaha ridden by Daniel Benham would be a denier in the class, finishing 2-1 to Kienast’s 1-2. Coon hung on to the

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bronze prize at day’s end. 50cc 4-8 Premix was an all KTM affair with Jake Bostrom Jr going 1-1 on his #67 mosquito repeller and Kaden Tabaka being forced to settled for second. Lukas Mill finished third. The bright future of motocross in MN can be seen in the 85cc 9-12 group. There’s some fast company wrapped up within. Today the field was stacked with talent as the #233 KTM of Eagan, Minnesota’s Josh Boaz topped the field after an epic scrap with another KTM mounted future star, #51 Josh Fedder. Nick Paige was looking to make an all KTM podium, but was just edged out by Yamaha mounted Aaron Boatman. Honestly, at the drop of the gate, any of the top five finishers could have made it to the top step. Winner Boaz also took top honors in the Supermini class with

Third place 85cc 9-11 finisher Nick Paige through BBR’s sand wash.


Boatman wheeling his Yamaha to second place. The Women’s class but with some talent lined up as well. Sommer Mills was tiptop, going 1-1 against fellow Honda rider Kyra Boaz. Mariah Braastad spoiled the red rider party by slotting her Suzuki into the third place finish in both motos, closely followed by Anndi Ertel. In the +50 class, #23 Ray Riedl was tapping into his inner speed en-route to a win over the Suzuki of Michael Rapp with Mark Speldrick wheeling his Kawasaki across the line for third. When the gate dropped in the +25A class, Matt Zebro was intent on using the power and engineering of his #248 CRF450 to get to the top spot. He had to work hard for the gold though, as both Chas Kadlec and Mark Arends really wanted to put another stamp in the history books of BBRMX. Today Zebro had all the bases covered, going 1-1 while Kadlec and Arends traded the next two spots in the motos to round out the podium, with Kadlec taking the silver. Next up to the gate was the 250C class. The brand on top was that of one Danny Cobenais who hopped the river to come over from Prescott, WI and lay down the law. He would head the class, having to fight like Rocky Balboa to pull it off. His very competent opponent Chad Pekkala came from the port town of Duluth, MN -

50cc 4-8 winner, Gunner Kenowski.

on his Yamaha YZ250F. It wasn’t decided who would come out on top till the checkered flag flew. Lee Gardner from nearby Mora rounded out the award winners. The fences were filled with all in attendance when the 250A riders lined up on either side of the dog house. When the gate fell, Kawasaki mounted Jake Loberg took off, with Red rider Kody Graba in tow. Loberg would string together seamless laps on a heavily rutted surface that was becoming very dusty in the afternoon heat and wind. Graba ought in vain to reel in the first place Loberg, all the while the KTM of third place Spencer Henrikson would be seen hounding the rear wheel of Graba like a crazed Kamikaze warrior. In the end, the day’s racing was fast and safe, and everybody went home with their racing hunger satisfied. As always a huge thanks go out to all the staff and volunteers that make the racing possible everywhere. Also, thanks to the paramedics and first responders that always

come out. Thanks have to go out to Kurt and Kelli Caswell, for all the work you do to make the BBR facility a first class racing venue. You two are like Mom and Dad when we are at the track. When you are around, everything’s just as it should be. Results: 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Jacob Bostrom Jr 2.Holton Hanson 50cc 4-6: 1.Jacob Bostrom Jr 2.Kaden Tabaka 3.Lukas Mill 4.Gunnar Larson 50cc 7-8: 1.Gunnar Kenowski 2.Caleb Bohlman 3.Stephen Klar 4.Mason Hay 65cc 7-9: 1.Avery Long 2.Jake Paige 3.Brandon Nelson 4.Jesse Jacabsen 5.Domenic Hegman 65cc 10-11: 1.Isaac Bishop 85cc 9-11: 1.Josh Fedder 2.Jaxon Opitz 3.Nick Paige 4.Chase Webber 5.Curtis Biorn 85cc 9-12: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Josh Fedder 3.Aaron Boatman 4.Nick Paige 5.Jaxon Opitz 85cc 12-15: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Zach Strecker 4.Cole Hay 5.Tyler Melby Supermini: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Jake Bresnahan 4.Zach Strecker 5.Cole Hay Schlby 12-16: 1.Justin Evans 2.Jordan Lindquist Girls 9-12: 1.Ashley Rasmussen 14-16: 1.Grayson Ferencik

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Berm Bender results continued 125cc: 1.Daniel Benham Jr 2.Justin Evans 3.Chad Pekkala 4.Garrett Montgomery 5.Jaysen Breitzmann 65cc 7-11: 1.Avery Long 2.Brandon Nelson 3.Tyler Vanatta 4.Jake Paige 5.Domenic Hegman

250A: 1.Jake Loberg 2.Kody Graba 3.Spencer Henrikson 4.Trevor Lind 250B: 1.Daniel Benham Jr 2.Austin Kienast 3.Tommy Coon 4.Jacob Blanshan 5.Austin Rasmussen 250C: 1.Danny Cobenais 2.Chad Pekkala 3.Lee Gardner 4.Gabe Wiggins 5.Mariah Braastad

+30C Riders #27 Trevor Fjosne pushing Chad Vonbank wide.

Crossroads, continued from page 39 The 30A/B class was the second biggest class of the day! In the first moto Matthew Wilson had his white Honda out front as he sailed to the win. Honda rider Kyle Miller finished second with Perry Tomlinson third. In the second moto Wilson again had his Honda at the front, pulling a big lead to a win for the moto and overall. Miller found himself back in the pack and went to work, passing his way through the

pack for second in the moto and overall. Third for the moto went to Ronnie Meisenheimer who’s score of 5-3 edged out the 3-6 for Tomlinson who finished fourth overall. Results: 50cc 4-8: 1.Briley Viviano 2.Daniel Starnes 3.Sidnee Mason 4.Devin Starnes 50Jr: 1.Briley Viviano 2.Issac Snodgrass 3.Devin Starnes 50Sr: 1.Jacob Snodgrass 2.Zayden Mason 3.Carter Toal 4.Andrew hayhurst 5.Daniel Starnes 65Jr: 1.Brock Lassiter 2.Edgar Lewis 3.Jacob Snodgrass 4.Zayden Mason 5.Clayton Anderson 65Sr: 1.Josh Pipkin

250C start with #512 Jacob Hill getting the holeshot.

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14-24A: 1.Blake Waller 14-24B: 1.Austin Kienast 2.Tommy Coon 3.Jordan Rapp 4.Austin Rasmussen 5.Alex Buckman 14-24C: 1.Danny Cobenais 2.Jake Vondrasek 3.Garrett Montgomery 4.Grayson Ferencik 5.Adam Volkmann +25A: 1.Matt Zebro 2.Chas Kadlec 3.Mark Arends 4.Courtney Sampson +25B: 1.Biill Logan 2.Jesse Spangler 3.Jamie Koch 4.Justin Hatcher +25C: 1.Trevor Fjosne 2.Chad Vonbank 3.Chad Finckbone 4.Nick Leaf 5.Chris Alberg +30A: 1.Mark Arends 2.Chas Kadlec 3.Courtney Sampson +30B: 1.Bill Logan 2.Jamie Koch 3.Ryan Rouillard 4.Justin Hatcher +30C: 1.Chad Finckbone 2.Trevor Fjosne 3.Nick Leaf 4.Chad Vonbank 5.Kevin Arcand +40A: 1.Frank Jackson 2.Martin Melby 3.Norman Miesen +40B: 1.Ryan Rouillard 2.Raymond Riedl 3.Brad Allen Davis 4.Tim Walker 5.Steve Tate +40C: 1.Jesse John 2.Shawn Marten +45A: 1.Daniel Benham 2.Martin Melby 3.Norman Miesen +45: 1.Raymond Riedl 2.Brad Allen Davis 3.Tim Walker 4.Steve Tate 5.Michael Rapp +50: 1.Raymond Riedl 2.Michael Rapp 3.Mark Speldrick Women: 1.Sommer Mills 2.Kyra Boaz 3.Mariah Braastad 4.Anndi Ertel Open A: 1.Jake Loberg 2.Scott Jendro 3.Kody Graba 4.Matt Zebro 5.Blake Waller Open B: 1.Austin Kienast 2.Jacob Blanshan 3.Kyle Erickson Open C: 1.Jake Vondrasek 2.Chris Paskey 3.Kenneth Benham 4.Frank Jackson 5.Chad Benh Girls Sr 12-16: 1.Kyra Boaz 50cc Open 4-8: 1.Brady Karolevitz 2.Jacob

85Jr: 1.Landon Rapp 2.Kole Medwid 3.Colin Marler 4.Brett Greenley 5.Marshall Blythe 85Sr: 1.Skyler Leaf 2.Troy Noland 3.Isaac Ellsworth 4.Jacob Mcgee 5.Derick Bell Super Mini: 1.Ashton Hollis 2.Skyler Leaf 3.Troy Noland 4.Jacob Mcgee 5.Chara Dewet Schlboy: 1.Damon Evans 2.Joey Sapienza 3.Dawson Chesnut 4.Ashton Hollis Schlboy 2: 1.Dakota Welty 2.Trevor Frewtzel 3.Ryan Crites 4.Brock Pingel 5.Jared Pipkin 125cc: 1.Jakob Payne 2.Alexander Juelfs 3.Destin Juelfs 4.Jason Gepford 5.Destin Mcdonald Open A: 1.Quentin Jones 2.Cory Deadmond 3.Anthony Krivi 4.Keeze Carver 5.Joey Crain Open B: 1.Bret Crites 2.Cody Hunt

3.Dane Morgan 4.Brock Aleshire 5.Bryce Cox Open C: 1.Andrew Hughes 2.Kyle Miller 3.Cody Mcdaniel 4.Ethan Chesnut 5.Jacob Hill 250A: 1.Quentin Jones 2.Chris Tracy 3.Anthony Krivi 4.Keeze Carver 250B: 1.Joey Sapienza 2.Ryan Crites 3.Brennon Kershaw 4.Trevor Renko 5.Bryce Cox 250C: 1.Damon Evans 2.Ethan Royer 3.Jacob Hill 4.Dakota Welty 5.Gage Noblitt 14-24: 1.Bret Crites 2.Kody Lorenz 3.Gage Noblitt 4.Brock Aleshire 5.Ben Ivie +25: 1.Cory Deadmond 2.Dennis Dooley 3.Brisn Huckstep 4.Michael Henry 5.David Estes +30B/C: 1.Mathew Wilson 2.Kyle Miller 3.Ronnie Meisenheimer 4.Perry Tomlinson 5.Jesse Ruffner +40: 1.Paul Young 2.Mark Schmidgall 3.Bill Loy 4.Billy Viviano +45: 1.Paul Willis 2.Paul Mumper 3.Gary Adams 4.Darrin Crook 5.Paul Young +50: 1.Paul Willis 2.Gary Adams 3.James Pinckard 4.Tony Ivie +55: 1.Keith Huckstep 2.Gerald Harrison 3.Rodney Wiley Women: 1.Taylor Kistler Vintage: 1.Michael Kistler 2.Ryan Russell 3.Micheal Bowles Mini 1: 1.Landon Rapp 2.Brett Greenley 3.Brock Lassiter 4.Colin Marler 5.Kole Medwid Open Begin: 1.Tristan Dillow 2.Trevor Young 3.Bret Hooper 4.Ryan Cunningham 5.Trey Hyde 50 PeeWee: 1.Clark Jones 2.Connor Moore 3.Bradyn Hahn 4.Brayden Cox


D17 Championship Hillclimb third again. Levi Peters got his first win in 85Sr with a fine 4.634 second first round, which was also good for the Youth Fast Time award. Derick Bell was second with Dillon Johnson third. Levi’s second win came in the 200cc class. His first round time was only 1/1,000 of a second quicker than Morgan Wheelwright, who carded a 4.221 second on her second ride. Levi responded with a 3.995 second time on his second time to take a convincing win, with Brian Shutt third. Wade Schultz claimed his first win class with a sizzling 3.706 second run in the second round to take the class win, and snatch the Overall Fast Time award from Joe McGurer. Steve Shafer was second on his Harley.

65cc and 85r riders; Lilah McGurer, Brodie Bennet, Mitch Moran, Jaydn Aliprandini

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he Pleasure Riders Motorcycle Club hosted the 2014 Illinois/ D17 State Championship Hillclimb at their club grounds near Cayuga, Indiana on June 29, with a regular points paying event the night before. Joe McGurer and Eric Wheelwright were triple winners, with Brodie Bennett, Levi Peters, and Wade Schultz claiming two titles each. McGurer’s first win came in the 600cc class. His first round 3.847 second time on the 155 foot three stage hill would have been good for the win, but he wanted the Fast Time award and sailed over the top in 3.787 seconds on his second ride to move up on the Fast Time bubble, slipping under Eric Wheelwright. Joe did win the class, but lost out on the fast time award, as Wade Schultz flew his big Suzuki four banger over in a sizzling 3.706 seconds on his second ride in the Open class. Matt Peters and Jared McKay were second and third in the 600cc class. McGurer’s second win came in the Open Stock class where he again had the two best times in the class, posting a 4.188 second time on his first ride and following it with a 4.087 second run. Mike Pulver was second in 4.288 seconds with Tate Pearson third.

McGurer did have the satisfaction of beating Schultz in the one run King of the Hill class for the ten fastest riders of the day. Schultz sailed over in a good 3.938 seconds, but McGurer flew his KX500 over in 3.807 seconds to take the coveted King award. Eric Wheelwright was third with a 3.989 second run. Wheelwright had an excellent day, winning the 250cc, 450cc and 600cc Four Stroke classes. His first round 3.878 second time in the 250cc class was good for that win, with McGurer second in 3.930 seconds and Matt Peters third. Eric used his super fast KTM450 to win both the 450cc and 600cc Four Stroke classes. His 3.838 second first round ride in the 450cc class was good for that class win, and also fast time to that point of the day. Kirk Gorsuch was fast with a 3.874 second time for second place with Chris Brown close behind him with a 3.888 second time. Wheelwright continued his fast running in the 600cc Four Stroke class with a 3.840 second time on his first ride, with Gorsuch again close behind him in 3.892 seconds. Troy Camerer was third. In Youth class action, Brodie Bennett claimed the wins in both the 65cc and 85Jr classes. His 5.102 second run was good for the 65cc class win with Kane Brown second and Jaydn Aliprandini third. He posted a 5.006 second time to win the 85Jr class with Mitch Moran second and Aliprandini

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Schultz returned in the +40 class with a 3.886 second first round ride for that win, barely ahead of Eric Wheelwright, still running fast with a 3.900 second time for second place. Andy Fortner was close behind Wheelwright with a 3.935 second time for third place. Other State Champions were Kane Brown (50cc), Morgan Wheelwright (Women’s), Jacob Bell (125cc), Paul Hillard (750cc), Mike Pulver (Super Senior), Andy Fortner (400cc Stock), Kieven Hillard (2-stroke Quad), and Andy Doke (4-stroke Quad). Sunday State Championship: 50cc: 1.Kane Brown. 65cc: 1.Brodie Bennett 2.Kane Brown 3.Jaydn Aliprandini 4.Mitch Moran 5.Gage Wilson. 85Jr: 1.Brodie Bennett 2.Mitch Moran 3.Jaydn Aliprandini 4.Lilah McGurer. 85Sr: 1.Levi Peters 2.Derick Bell 3.Dalton Johnson 4.Emily Schultz 5.Andrew Fortner. Women: 1.Morgan Wheelwright 2.Shay Ashworth 3.Lauren Shafer 4.Shelby Shafer 5.Ali Harnish. 125cc: 1.Jacob Bell 2.Andrew Fortner 3.Levi Peters 4.Emily Schultz 5.Morgan Wheelwright. 200cc: 1.Levi Peters 2.Morgan Wheelwright 3.Brian Shutt 4.Derick Bell 5.Dillon Hill. 250cc: 1.Eric Wheelwright 2.Joe McGurer 3.Matt Peters 4.Jacob Bell 5.Andy Fortner. 450cc: 1.Eric Wheelwright 2.Kirk Gorsuch 3.Chris Brown 4.Dylan Brady 5.Troy Camerer. 600 4St: 1.Eric Wheelwright 2.Matt Peters 3.Kirk Gorsuch 4.Troy Camerer 5.Bastin Casey. 600cc: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Matt Peters 3.Jared

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McKay 4.Wade Schultz 5.Andy Fortner. 750cc: 1.Paul Hillard. Open: 1.Wade Schultz 2.Steve Shafer. +40: 1.Wade Schultz 2.Eric Wheelwright 3.Andy Fortner 4.Mike Pulver 5.Matt Peters. +50: 1.Mike Pulver 2.Mark Peters 3.Mark Dunbar 4.Tom Rollins 5.Steve Shafer. 400St: 1.Andy Fortner 2.Chris Brown 3.Troy

Camerer 4.Mike Pulver 5.Jamie Peters. OPN St: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Mike Pulver 3.Tate Pearson 4.Eric Comer 5.Steve Bell. QD-2: 1.Kieven Hillard 2.Paul Hillard. QD-4: 1.Andy Doke 2.Troy Camerer. KOTH: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Wade Schultz 3.Eric Wheelwright 4.Chris Brown 5.Kyle Galloway.

Hillclimbing family - Lauren, Shelby and Steve Shafer.

April 27......(Bikes & Quads) Galesburg MC Aug. 30.................(Quads Only) Muddy Waters Aug. 31............................(Bikes Only) Muddy Waters Sept. 14.......................(Bikes & Quads) Galesburg MC Sept. 20.....................(Bikes & Quads) Muddy Waters Sept. 21...........................(Bikes & Quads) Tri-City MC Oct. 5.................................(Bikes & Quads) Tri-City MC

Little Fast Andy Fortner, 5th in 85Sr.

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Sugar Maple gets “one” done Hill Point, Wisconsin - June 28 By Dave Hollub

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he pattern so far this summer has been hot and humid or torrential downpours, so as the weekend approached everyone had their fingers crossed for some good weather. Friday about 50 riders showed up at Sugar Maple MX to test themselves and their equipment as they got ready for a District 16 points doubleheader. As usual Jason Erdmann prepped the track to perfection, and Saturday morning 240 entries were ready to head out for practice. When racing started everyone knew the track would be fast and rough. Justin Oehlhof got a huge jump when the gate dropped for 65cc and soon had a good sized lead on the rest of the class. Aidan McCormick was running second with Mitchell Malaney and Gage Neubauer close behind. By the time lap one was over, Malaney had edged in front of McCormick. Each lap put Malaney closer to Oehlhof until on lap three he was in striking distance. Malaney slipped by Oehlhof and held on for the win. In moto two Oehlhof again was first through the holeshot but this time had both Malaney and McCormick right on his rear wheel. Malaney went to work right away and was out front by the time they passed the scoring tower to complete the first lap. Malaney never looked

Sam Forstner finished 4th overall in 85cc (9-13)

back the rest of the moto. Oehlhof held on in a solid second while McCormick cruised in third. Malaney’s 1/1 day was perfect for the overall with Oehlhof (2/2) second. Ty Tyrrell was pretty much untouchable today in the A classes as he won all four of his motos. In Open A he was out front from the gate drop and after some first lap pressure from Arick Abraham and Kyle Hameister, he opened up a gap then cruised to an +40 class winner Doug Forstner easy win. Colton the time the white flag was out he had Karl got a bad start and was fifth the first worked his way up to fourth with Benjamin time around the Daytona corner, but passed Schweighardt close behind. In moto two one rider right after and then poured on the Ferguson got a better start coming around throttle. By the time he hit the rollers Karl the holeshot in fourth and he held off preswas past Hameister and then caught Abrasure from Stephen Lombardo and Matt ham before the scoring zone. Karl pushed Price. hard but couldn’t close in on Tyrrell. Tyler Gamble was out front in SuperHameister moved into third with Kyle mini on lap one with Max Early and Bailey Koosmann finishing right Otis close behind. Otis managed to grab behind. In moto two Tyrrell some extra traction out of the Daytona and was out front again, but this slipped past Early. Colton Parson had time Karl was on his rear charged through the pack and by the time wheel right away. Abraham he hit the ski jump he was leading them all was running third only to be with Early now in second and Seth Doepassed by Hameister in the berlein third. Early was challenging Parrollers on the west end. son, and as they came out of Hollub’s Karl pressured Tyrrell for Hollow Early jumped into the lead. Parson the first couple of laps bewent down mid lap and was back in sixth fore Tyrrell again opened before he was up and running again. up a gap. Tyrrell was first Ronald Schmidt slipped past Otis on the overall while a 2/2 day put white flag to capture third for the moto beKarl in second and Hameishind Doeberlein. ter finished with his 3/3 Early came out fast as he led moto two day. from gate drop to checkers. Parson held on Andrew Bowman had a to second after fighting off pressure the first runaway day with the Vet two laps from Doeberlein. He closed in on B/C class as he led both Early but couldn’t get the momentum to motos from start to finish. make a pass. A 1/1 day gave Early the Ted Coplien ran second overall with Doeberlein (2/3) second and with Troy Blakey putting Parson (5/2) third. pressure on him from third. Early, “I had a great time out there today, Tom Ferguson was buried the track was perfect. Second moto I pulled at the back of the pack after the holeshot and got away. In 85 12-15 I the moto one start, but by CYCLE USA, August 2014

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pulled the holeshot both motos and won them both. Thanks to Rod’s Right On Powersports, Southeast Sales, my Mom and Dad, Bond Drywall Supply, KTM, Moto 192, JM Suspension, and Early Drywall. Also my Great Grandma, she just passed away but she got to see me race when she was 100 years old, I miss her.” Kendra Tutt had a good sized lead around the Daytona corner on lap one of Women’s first moto. Dawn Cox was in second with Haley Leonhardt and Dana Hanna close behind. Cora Leonhardt was on the move after a poor start, and by the midway point of the first lap had passed both Hanna and

Haley Leonhardt. Cox was able to close in on Tutt, but no matter how much pressure she applied, Tutt stayed out front. Tutt was again leading off the moto two holeshot, but this time Cox was right on her back wheel looking for a way around. Haley and Cora Leonhardt were once again battling but Haley Leonhardt was forced out with a mechanical. Cora Leonhardt took over third with Hanna in fourth. Cox was able to slip past Tutt before lap two was scored and then held on to the lead to the checkers, despite constant pressure from Tutt. Moto math gave Cox the overall with her 2/1 day while Tutt (1/2) was second and Cora

Leonhardt (3/3) was third. Jeff Mclain was out front of the Senior +50 class at the holeshot, but lost his front end in a rut and went down. Jeff Ramsay took over the lead and by the time Mclain was back up he was at the back of the pack. Ed Smulders started out in fourth but moved up a spot as he passed Bob Brown in the roller section. On the next time through the rollers Doug Ninneman slipped past Brown but they both were now being pushed by a hard charging Mclain as he quickly moved through the pack. Mclain was charging, and by the time he rounded the Daytona on lap three he was into third and closing in on Smulders. When the white flag flew Mclain was into second but couldn’t catch Ramsay in the remaining time. Ramsay grabbed the moto two holeshot but Mclain was soon out front and had opened enough breathing room that he cruised to the eventual moto win. Ramsay held on in second with Smulders and then Ninneman finishing the top four. The overall went to Mclain with a 2/1 day while Ramsay (1/2) was second. When the gate dropped for 250B Austin Hamburgur edged out Mat Herrington for the holeshot, and Eric Anderson

was just ahead of Nicholas Czechowicz. Herrington got the lead when Hamburgur went down in the corner just before the rollers on lap two. Herrington cruised to the moto win while Anderson successfully held off Czechowicz. Hamburgur was again at the front in moto two. Herrington was being pushed hard by Czechowicz and Anderson was in striking distance back in fourth. Herrington and Czechowicz caught up to Hamburger midway through lap three but were unable to get past him. Herrington (1/2) took the overall with Czechowicz (3/3) second and Anderson (2/4) on the final step. With twenty-one riders lined up for 250C it looked to be an exciting race and in the end lived up to that. Max Steinhorst jumped into the lead off the start but by the time he hit the #3 jump Keegan Cummins and Brady Bill were running right on his rear fender. Bill made his move on Cummins and then passed Steinhorst in the east end. The three were still close enough to toss a blanket over until Steinhorst and Cummins went down after the rollers. Cummins was out for the day and Steinhorst was forced to limp to the finish at the rear of the pack. Trever

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Deedon took over second with Logan Telfer and Hunter Schueller following close behind at the finish. Schueller got the jump in moto two and came around with Bill and Deedon right behind him. Bill made a pass stick on their first trip through the rhythm section by the road and he immediately started building a gap on everyone. Deedon was now working on getting past Schueller sticking a wheel in but just couldn’t make a pass stick until late in lap two. Telfer also got past Schueller. A perfect 1/1 day was what Bill needed for the overall as Deedon (2/2) finished second and Telfer (3/3) claimed the third spot. The racers finished Saturday looking forward to another day of racing on Sunday. Unfortunately the torrential rains returned at about midnight and washed away any chance of having a rideable track. Results: 126Jr.: 1.Trever Deedon 2.Brady Bill 3.Seth Doeberlein 4.Max Steinhorst 5.Clayton Rankin Sports B/C: 1.Bryce Telfer 2.Brady Bill 3.Eric Leach 4.Taylor Roloff 5.Clayton Rankin Women: 1.Dawn Cox 2.Kendra Tutt 3.Cora Leonhardt 4.Dana Hanna 5.Andi Bowman 65cc: 1.Mitchell Malaney 2.Justin Oehlhof 2.Aidan McCormick 4.Cole Godfrey 5.Gage Neubauer 85cc (9-11): 1.Aidan McCormick 2.Rory Schultz 3.Kevin Gollubske 4.Preston Maki 5.Dylan Knoch 85cc (12-15): 1.Max Early 2.Tyler Gamble 3.Ronald Schmidt 4.Bailey Otis 5.Colton Parson

85cc (9-13): 1.Tristin Woolf 2.Devin Blume 3.Justin Oehlhof 4.Sam Forstner 5.Rory Schultz 85cc Open: 1.Mitchell Malaney 2.Luke Vanlyssel 3.Cole Godfrey 4.Gage Neubauer 5.Jackson Oehlhof Supermini: 1.Max Early 2.Seth Doeberlein 3.Colton Parson 4.Bailey Otis 5.Ronald Schmidt 50Jr: 1.Peyton Poker 2.Deegan Vanvreede 3.Owen Blakey 4.Lance Torp 5.Carson Syverson 50Sr: 1.Ayden Price 2.Nolan Schweighardt 3.Nathan Postma 4.Aidan Colombo 5.Kaiden Snyder +25A: 1.Kirsten Raemisch 2.Travis Grendzinsk +25B/C: 1.Brandon Miller 2.Tom Perryman 3.Eli Siordia 4.Stephen Lombardo 5.Stanley Ward +30B/C: 1.Andy Bowman 2.Ted Coplien Jr. 3.Troy Blakey 4.Tom Ferguson 5.Randy Scott +40: 1.Doug Forstner 2.Troy Blakey 3.Jeff Ramsay 4.Tom Ferguson 5.Tony Kalies +50: 1.Jeffrey Mclain 2.Jeff Ramsay 3.Edward Smulders 4.Doug Ninneman 5.Glen Brandemuehl Kendra Tutt finished second overall in Women’s Non-cur: 1.Hunter Schueller 2.Austin Collins 3.Tyler Dinkle Open C: 1.Brady Bill 2.Logan Telfer 3.Matthew 4.Zachary Scheiber 5.Sam Gorski Mowery 4.Dylan Apuli 5.Ben Kurtzweill Quad A: 1.Ryan Mientke 2.Josh McClelland 250A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Kyle Hameister 3.Kyle KoosQuad C: 1.Cade Furgason mann 4.Kirsten Raemisch +30A: 1.Cody Wills 250B: 1.Mat Herrington 2.Nicholas Czechowicz Open A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Colton Karl 3.Kyle Hameister 3.Eric Anderson 4.Austin Hamburger 5.Jacob 4.Kirsten Raemisch 5.Kyle Koosmann Schiller Open B: 1.Bryce Telfer 2.Mat Herrington 3.Austin 250C: 1.Brady Bill 2.Trever Deedon 3.Logan Telfer Hamburger 4.Eric Leach 5.Aaron Fargen 4.Hunter Schueller 5.Matthew Mowery

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Fox Valley D16/17 Hare Scrambles Wedron, Illinois - July 20 Photos by Andrew Shaw & Don McDonald

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umors around the web were that a couple fast boys were in the area and doing a local hare scrambles race. Unlike many internet rumors, this one turned out to be true. Jason Thomas and Mike Heresco showed up, they both are nationally ranked off-road racers with impressive accomplishments. But like any race, no matter how much hype there is, they have to strap on the helmet, start their machine and compete like all the rest. Stacked. This is what many were talking about around the pits. Thirteen AA riders and a dozen Open A riders - all raring to go. Standing at the barrels the first group of riders coming through was the second line! Meaning half of the A class was ahead of AA, which started first. All hell broke loose as we all knew something wasn't going right, but after that wave of riders came and went it was clear that six had found a trail they shouldn't

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have. Jason Thomas (97) was first through as the leader (discounting the 6) with Mark Heresco (98) on his heels. Local hot rod Chase Robinson was in the mix, and last year’s District 17 AA Champion Austin Wells was right behind. Ryan Moss, Shane Klimek, Matt Dissell, District 16's fast Jd Friebel, Robert Kau, Kyler Vance and D17’s Travis Ward. It was abundantly clear the fast boys came to win, setting a blistering pace that only Robinson was able to keep up with at the beginning. But like any endurance type of race, things started to change. Thomas who arguably the fastest person down Rock Creek that we have ever seen was experiencing some kind of ignition issues and after pulling a forty second lead in three laps, he returned back to the truck for repairs. This left Heresco and Chase Robinson to do battle. Robinson wasn't intimidated with the newcomer’s stardom, and rode hard to take over the lead. Heresco wasn't going to have the local keep him out of the lead either. All the time, there was some excellent racing going on clear back to tenth place! Wells hit the dirt dropping back, allowing Moss, Dissel, and Klimek to jump on that opportunity. Klimek slowly got his Suzuki hooking up and pulling away, leaving Moss, Dissell and Wells to push each other. Ward and Kyler Vance were also pushing to get back towards the front. Dissell also started his trek to the front. First displacing Ward, then Moss, and looking to reel in Wells. Late in the race the leaders were neck and neck,

Robinson and Heresco side by side no one giving an inch. At the end Heresco capitalized on a last lap miscue by Robinson and won by fifty seconds. After that the rest of the top eight were less then twenty seconds apart from one position to another. After almost two hours this is almost unheard of. Consistency today was clear, and they all rode solid. District 16's JD Friebel was also in the first corner pile up, who then charged to a top ten position. This entire day was about some solid riders competing and doing exceptionally well. Garrett Ward pulled the SuperMini holeshot, and Tanner Whipple did the same in his 85cc class. They were staggered by thirty seconds. Ward led for a while and seemed to slow, while Whipple was charging through Supermini riders. Colton Zuidema was uncharacteristically blowing corners and making mistakes. Ward took the win in Supermini over Zuidema, but was thirty seconds behind Whipple. Whipple showed excellent follow through and commitment to racing til the end, and not being distracted. Women's class which runs in the morning with the kids has been one of the strongest classes out of all of them at FVOR. RCR's Kim Chandler returning late last year, Service Honda's Nikki Dixon who now has an adorable little girl watching mommy, and Autumn Torres (435) who has stepped it up to shine with the best of them. The Roland family, Allison, Autumn Franklin, and Kristy Roland this mother daughter trio has been a main stay in the class for a few years. Katie Parker in the mix and returning from softball tournaments Kelly Christman. Briann Stocklen (formerly Stiles) known for MX and Sx. Noticeably absent after an injury Gretchen Orme who was actually scoring the event. Racing in this class was intense. Missy Northon holeshots the class, with

SuperMini holeshot with Garrett Ward leading.


Christman and Dixon right there, while Parker, Stocklen got hung up with a downed rider in the first turn. Chandler pushed hard

Ryan Moss and Shane Klimek.

the first lap to take the lead. Now the race is on, each making miscues letting the other pass then returning the favor. Someplace on the east side Stocklen got off course and did what they call a "hot lap" which is much faster then any of the others. Losing that lap shuffled the top four and Chandler won with Dixon and Torres filling the podium. Looks like as this season progresses there will be some solid racing in the Women's class, and it will fun to see how it all plays out. Quad classes have been running with a solid twenty riders lately which is up dramatically. +30 class had Brad Holder return to battle with the dual class rider Brian Wittersheim. (Brian also rides an afternoon bike class). Today Holder was hard to handle and won going away. Wittersheim was the other +30 rider to manage nine laps as Kevin Johnson came in with eight. It was another successful race at FVOR. Not record numbers, but solid counts in most classes. Next events at Fox Valley Off Road is rnd 4 HS in August and the grand finale in September with a GP/HS double header. Results: Open C: 1.Jacob Poulos 2.Adam Dhamer 3.Robert Cook 4.Nathan Hennenfant 5.Marko Lazarevic Open B: 1.Nate Hornung 2.Andrew Gore 3.Mitch Ternes 4.Nolan Fritz 5.Ben Kortbein +30A: 1.Jesse Keith 2.Lee Orme 3.Jay Hall +30B: 1.Jeremy Walker 2.Mark Brenny 3.Dean Herman 4.Jason Kedzie 5.Steve Roof +30C: 1.Dan Hutson 2.Scott Liebenberg 3.Casey

Rick 4.Darren Buffo 5.Casey Shatters +40A: 1.Jeff Snedecor 2.Don Raschke 3.Randy Southard 4.Kenny Otterbach 5.Carl Jahns +40B: 1.Brian Roland 2.Karl Lueschon 3.Doug Propper 4.Kelly Rickgaver 5.Tom Deort 50Jr: 1.Reece Frankford 2.Darrin Herman 3.Mason Wise 4.Kamdyn Ming 5.Regan Doerr 50Sr: 1.Jhak Walker 2.Cole Morgan 3.Rex Valek 4.Chasen Orme 5.Glover Kadon +50A: 1.Gregory Gourley 2.Rick Mahrt 3.Thomas Burtle 4.Kevin Finefield 5.Steve Bland +50B: 1.Glen Kaszynski 2.Dale Buffo 3.Philip Huff 4.Andy Garecht 5.Jeff Oldenburg 65 Beg: 1.Lake Plowman 2.Jhak Walker 3.Metz Nathan 4.Trevor Keogh 5.Nathan Young 65cc: 1.Gavin Sienkiewiez 2.Easton Morgan 3.Brock Lueschow 4.Chase Michaelis Dnf.Jayson Crawford 85cc: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.Rylan Frankford 3.Conner Mabus 4.Thor Rick 5.Alex Moss 200C: 1.Doug Ii Propper 2.Colten Zuidema 3.Tyler Cloyd 4.Garrett Ward 5.Brenden Lawrenz 250B: 1.Mason Schuhler 2.Ronnie Beach 3.Blake Ryan 4.Matthew Mcdonald 5.Alex Parks Open A: 1.Ben Schmidt 2.Bren Raschke 3.Jarred Hall 4.Frank Cabllero 5.Keagan Schmidt AA: 1.Mark Heresco 2.Chase Robinson 3.Shane Klimek 4.Austin Wells 5.Matt Dissell SuperMini: 1.Garrett Ward 2.Colten Zuidema 3.Brenden Lawrenz 4.Eli Otterbach 5.Robert Bland Thumper: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.Alex Moss 3.Rick Schroder Vintage: 1.Brian Roland 2.Jay Hall 3.Mark Caballero 4.Shane Myers 5.Daniel Hulsey Women: 1.Kim Chandler 2.Nikki Dixon 3.Autumn Torres 4.Briann Stocken 5.Katie Parker 4-Wheel 30: 1.Brad Holder 2.Bryan Wittersheim 3.Kevin Johnson 4.Daniel Siener 5.Mike Fox 4-Wheel A: 1.Chris Breitwieser 2.Jerrod Thomas 4-Wheel B: 1.Ed Gimenez 2.Joe Nemitz 3.Scott Cammork 4-Wheel C: 1.Winston Lorentz 2.Spencer Crist 3.Austin Lorentz 4.Sean Coyle 5.Ben Zelhart

2 DAYS of OFFROAD FUN! Springfield Armory Silver Dollar Off-road Extravaganza

Day 1 – Dual Sport (Bikes must be street legal) Saturday,

Lots of Door Prizes

Sept. 27

First Bike Out: 9am Sign Up: Friday Night 5pm to 7pm, Saturday 7am to Noon • 2 Loops - Approx 40 Miles/Loop • Lunch Provided • Info www.wfopromotions.com/EnduroDualSport/DualSport.htm

Day 2 – Enduro (No Time Keeping Required) Sunday,

Sept. 28

Key Time: 10am Sign Up: Saturday Night 5pm to 7pm, Sunday 7am to 9:30am • 2 Loops - Approx 30 Miles/Loop • Head/ Tail Light Required • D16/D17 Points • Info www.wfopromotions.com/EnduroDualSport/Enduro.htm

Additional Information: The start will be arrowed from Colona, IL I-80 exit #7 Primitive camping available More info: Call 309-714-0233 Email: troybink@theinter.com

Event Sponsors

All Proceeds to benefit the Honor Flight Network Breakfast & Lunch available both days CYCLE USA, August 2014

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Baraboo Trials Baraboo, Wisconsin - July 19/20 By Kevin Huber Photos by Barb Castle-Hackett Shari Huber

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he Mente farm on Mountain Road, just west of Baraboo, Wisconsin is home of some of the most challenging Trials terrain in the Midwest. Trials Master Jim Voigtlander took full advantage of the numerous rocks to set up the July 19th and 20th events, that took the riders and equipment to their limits. The most experienced riders compete in the Champ Class. Dave Rohrschneider (the 2014 National Trials champion in the +50 class) used his superior skills to take first place both days. In the Expert class Bryan Moenssen came out on top both days. The Advanced class had Rob Walters taking the top spot on Saturday. Rob was competing in his second event since being away from the sport more than thirty years. He endured some equipment challenges, like a split rear tire half way thru the event. Dave Rohrschneider was there shortly after it happened and jumped in to help him change it using a spare he had in his trailer. Rob later stated, “There are not too many sports where a national champion will take the time to fix a newbies problems�. On Sunday Ryan Rivenbergh topped his sister, Kailey by only two points to take the Advanced class win. The Intermediate class was topped both days by twelve year old Mitch Littlefield. He is improving his skills fast, and will be one to watch in the next few years.

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The Novice class winners were Jay Parmeter on Saturday and Bill Poth on Sunday. Skip Check took the Vintage class win both days. After the big boys and girls finished, an introductory youth competition was held. They had their own course and drew a large spectator crowd. Weston Poth took home a big trophy for the Gas Motor class and Bryton Clark took home the Electric Motor trophy. Results: Saturday Results: Champ 1.Dave Rohrschneider 2.Alain Vandewalle 3) Noel Smage Expert: 1.Bryan Moenssen 2.Ryan Rohrschneider 3.Ralph Littlefield Advanced: 1.Rob Walters 2.Jake Poth 3.Dave Schigoda 4.Keith Johnson Exhibition: Tom Littlefield, Jeff Franklin, Kevin Huber Intermediate: 1.Mitch Littlefield 2.Scott Bauer 3.William Check 4.Dave Johnson 5.Jeremy Voigtlander Exhibition: Andy Hackett, Jim Voigtlander, JD Shults Novice 1.Jay Parmeter 2.Bill Poth Exhibition: Tito Nappi, Ken Kock Vintage: 1.Skip Check Sunday Results: Champ: 1.Dave Rohrschneider 2.Lukas Gillespie 3.Noel Smage 4.Ryan Rohrschneider Expert: 1.Bryan Moenssen 2.Ralph Littlefield 3.Greg Sassi 4.Tony Damhoff 5.Jim Altemus Advanced: 1.Ryan Rivenburgh 2.Kailey Rivenburgh 3.Pete Laubmeier 4.Keith Johnson 5.Jake Poth

Ryan Richebourg in Advanced on Sunday. Exhibition: Tom Littlefield, Dave Schigoda, Jeff Franklin, Kevin Huber Intermediate: 1.Mitch Littlefield 2.William Check 3.Scott Bauer 4. Homer Weber 5.Dave Johnson Exhibition: Andy Hackett DNF:Dave Gunn Novice: 1.Bill Poth Vintage: 1.Skip Check

Expert rider Bryan Monessen.


2014 D16 Events Trials August

23 UMTA ...........................Thielman, MN 24 UMTA ...........................Thielman, MN September 6 WOTA ...................................Mauston 7 WOTA ...................................Mauston 20 WOTA .......................Black River Falls 21 WOTA .......................Black River Falls

Hillclimb August www.amadistrict16.com Dates subject to change

Motocross * = D16 Points NQ = No Quads

August 9 * Valley Raceway ..........Crystal Falls MI 10 * Valley Raceway ..........Crystal Falls MI 10 *NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills 16 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 17 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 22 CMJ-I94 ..................................Hustler 23 CMJ-I94 ..................................Hustler 23 NQ Fantasy Moto........................Tigerton 24 *NQ Fantasy Moto........................Tigerton 31 *NQ Pine Ridge Raceway ..........Athelstane AMA Pro-Am September 7 *NQ Arkansaw Creek C/C...........Arkansaw 13 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills Mike Gaborsky Senior Race 14 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills 21 NQ Fantasy Moto........................Tigerton AMA Pro-Am 27 * Sugar Maple Mx ..................Hill Point 28 * Sugar Maple Mx ..................Hill Point October 4 NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 5 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 12 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills Memorial Race

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Valley Springs M/C Club........Bay City AMA Grand Championship

Enduro August

9 Hill & Gully Riders .........Roselawn, IN 10 Hill & Gully Riders ..........Roselawn IN 24 Straight Arrow ER .........Duquette, MN September 7 SE WI Enduro Riders................Adams 28 WFO Promotions ..............Geneseo, IL November (2015 points) 2 Riders M/C .................Goshen, IN

Dual Sports September

27/28 WI Dual Sport Riders .............Wabeno October 19 Kettle Moraine Sprt Rdrs .......Allenton 25 Madison M/C ..................Cross Plains

Annual Meetings Banquet

November 7 District 16 MX Meeting ........Wis. Dells 8 Annual Meeting/Banquet ...Wis. Dells Information to be announced in September for reservations, tickets and lodging.

Associate Members Forest City Riders M/C ..........(IL) 815-624-6535 Fox Valley Off-Road..............(IL) 815-539-9021 Grand Kankakee Trail Riders .(IL) 708-269-9754 Hill And Gully.......................(IN) 708-261-3433 Indianhead MC Club............(MN) 651-764-1220 Riders M/C ..........................(IN) 574-248-2544 Straight Arrow End Riders ...(MN) 651-456-0224

Clubs and Promoters

District 16 Officers:

Arkansas Creek Cycle Club...........715-285-5679 Aztalan Cycle Club.......................414-265-1582 Beaver Cycle Club........................920-319-6889 CMJ Raceway ..............................608-220-6853 DeGrave Motorsports Park...........906-466-7272 Door County Fair Association........920-746-7126 Fantasy Moto ..............................920-419-2863 Gravity Park USA ........................920-378-3864 Kettle Moraine Sports Riders........262-334-1743 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.............................906-369-2558 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 Maple MX..........................608-393-8812 UP Sandstormers.........................906-869-6724 Valley Raceway Inc......................906-367-0987 Valley Springs MC Club ................715-594-3726 Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders.........920-209-2317 Wisconsin Observed Trials ............319-624-2003 X-Mas Family Motorsports ...........906-202-2681

President, Todd Ellingson........................715-451-1168 V. President, Joe Stoppleworth................920-579-2372 Secretary, Judy Sumner .........................262-754-0686 Treasurer, Ken Schuck ............................608-873-9854 Registration, Erin Aune...........................414-331-6254 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, Karl Lueschow ....................608-347-0519 Hillclimb, Mike Bronk.............................715-325-4034 Motocross, Dave Arva ............................262-255-2291 Dual Sport, Brett Lobajeski.....................920-922-4091 Trials, Kevin Huber.................................262-424-3581

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August 17 MOTR................................Stone Lake 24 Forest City Riders.................Byron, IL September 21 Rapid Angels MC Club.........WI Rapids

Dirt Track August

16 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 17 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 23 ST Beaver Cycle ..........................Atwater September 6 ST SSTs......................................Oshkosh 13 ST Beaver Cycle ..........................Atwater 14 TT Beaver Cycle .........................Atwater 20 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 21 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 28 Raindate for Arkansas CYCLE USA, August 2014

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2014 Championships 20 Moto Pro Inc.................... Wedron 28 Variety Riders .................. LaSalle October 26 Canton M/C ..................... Canton

Dirt Track All have semi pro and youth classes.

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Enduro September

7 CC SE WI Enduro Riders ....Adams, WI 14 Nat Muddobbers M/C ........Upland, IN 21 Des Moines ER..........Winterset, IA 28 WFO Promotions ............ Geneseo October 19 Cahokia Creek Dirt Rid White City Tba CC Little Egypt M/C............... Marion November 2 Riders M/C .................Goshen, IN

Gran Prix August

23 Motosports Park................. Byron September 1 LTM.................................... Casey

NQ= No Quad classes August 9 TT Splinter Creek............. Fosterburg 16 ST, NQ Galesburg M/C ........... Galesburg 17 TT Peoria M/C....................... Peoria Grand National 23 ST Lamoine Ramblers ......... Macomb 29 ST, NQ IMDA ......................... Springfield 31 TT CIMC................................. Neoga September 1 TT CIMC................................. Neoga 7 1/2 Splinter Creek..............Jerseyville 14 ST Pekin M/C ......................... Pekin

Dual Sports September

27 WFO Promotions ............ Geneseo November 2 Brush Poppers................. Sterling

Trials All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes.

August 10 NITRO.................................. Lena 24 Variety Riders .................. Ottawa September 27 Peoria M/C Club ............... Peoria 28 Peoria M/C Club ............... Peoria October 19 NITRO .......................... Pearl City

Hare Scrambles

All have semi pro, amateur & youth classes. Q= Quad classes included, B= Bonus points August 17 Q Fox Valley Off Road......... Wedron 24 B Motosports/FCR/WFO........ Byron 30 Q, B Splintercreek .............. Fosterburg 31 B Splintercreek .............. Fosterburg September 7 Q WFO...................................... TBA 21 Q, B Fox Valley Off Road......... Wedron October 12 Q WFO............................. Plainview National

Non Points Paying Events:

June 29 Dirt Riders ....................... Oakley November 2 Team DIRT RIDERS..................... Oakley 9 Team BET ............................... Belleville 9 Team LTM.................................... Casey 16 Team CRMX................................ Mason 23 Team CCDR........................... White City

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PA= ProAm. Q only = Quad classes only August 10 NQ 4-P Promotions................. Walnut 17 Motosports Park................. Byron 24 NQ MC Motopark ............... Mt Carroll 24 B Pleasure Riders MC .....Cayuga, IN 30 Q Only, B Muddy Waters.......... East Moline 31 NQ, B Muddy Waters ........... East Moline 31 NQ LTM.................................... Casey 31 Motosports Park................. Byron September 6 Quad Only 4-P Promotions ............ Walnut 6 NQ Ki Tracks.......................... Oregon 7 NQ, B Ki Tracks.......................... Oregon 7 Q Only, B 4-P Promotions ............... Walnut 7 NQ, PA Crossroads MX .................. Mason 13 Q Only Splinter Creek............. Fosterburg 14 Galesburg MC.............. Galesburg 14 NQ LTM.................................... Casey 20 Muddy Waters ........... East Moline 21 Motosports Park................. Byron 21 B Tri-City MC.................. Coal Valley 27 NQ 4-P Promotions................. Walnut 28 NQ, B 4-P Promotions................. Walnut October 5 NQ Ki Tracks.......................... Oregon 5 Tri-City MC.................. Coal Valley 12 B Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 12 NQ Crossroads MX .................. Mason 19 4-P Promotions................. Walnut 25 NQ LTM.................................... Casey 26 NQ, B LTM.................................... Casey 26 Motosports Park................. Byron November 2 Muddy Waters ........... East Moline

EGG Hunts August

31 Variety Riders .................. Ottawa October 5 Variety Riders .................. Ottawa

Hill Climb NQ= No quad classes, some events run at night.

All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes. August 23 NQ Cahokia Creek Dirt Rid White City 24 Belleville Enduro Team.. Belleville 30 Central Illinois M/C....... Belleville 31 Central Illinois M/C....... Belleville September 6 Pleasure Riders M/C ...Cayuga, IN 7 Pleasure Riders M/C ...Cayuga, IN 13 King City Dirt Riders ... Mt. Vernon

Stadium MX NQ= No Quad classes, B= Bonus points,

PA= ProAm, All run limited classes, and usually into the night, check with promoter for times August 9 B Stateline..................... Pecatonica 9 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 12 Stateline..................... Pecatonica

16 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 22 Woodstock .................. Woodstock 23 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 29 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota September 6 Stateline..................... Pecatonica 12 Woodstock .................. Woodstock 13 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota 19 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 20 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 20 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 27 NQ, B Moto Pro Inc...................Mendota October 4 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 11 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota 17 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 18 B Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 31 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles

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 Kane County Ultracross ..........................630-333-2477 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 Woodstock Racing..................................815-337-3511 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, Ray Praskunas.............................815-388-9630


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August 23 Straight Arrows ......................Duquette 24 Straight Arrows ......................Duquette

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Motocross

August 10 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 10 Berm Benders..............................Mora 17 MotoKazie..............................Mankato 17 MotoCity ..............................Little Falls 24 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 24 RTW Promos........................Cambridge 31 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 31 Berm Benders..............................Mora September 1 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 1 Berm Benders..............................Mora 7 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 7 Echo Valley...........................Brookston 14 MotoCity ...................................Staples 14 Straight Arrows...................Grantsburg 21 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 21 MotoCity ..............................Little Falls 28 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 28 RTW Promos........................Cambridge

Non-Point MX Races

October 5 Berm Benders..............................Mora 5 Echo Valley...........................Brookston 12 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 12 MotoCity ...................................Staples

Hillclimb

August 16 Valley Springs MC ..............Bay City, WI Non-Points, National 17 Valley Springs MC ..............Bay City, WI Non-Points, National 23 Kayto Cycle Club.....................Mankato 24 Flying Dutchman....................New Ulm

Flat Track

August 16 TT North Central DT .................Hutchinson September 14 TT Norsemen MC......................Cambridge 20 ST Flying Dutchmen....................New Ulm 21 ST Flying Dutchmen....................New Ulm

District 23 Elected Officers

Chairman, Mike Quinn.........................507-288-2612 mquinn4@charter.net 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 Duane Nienow ......................................952-213-3840 dnienow1@comcast.net Recognition Chair, Owen Riess ...........952-240-3020 Webmaster, Bayley Boehlke...............612-616-9053 Membership David Wessling......................................612-385-8254 david_wessling@comcast.net

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

Class Representatives: MX 50cc MICRO, Clay Olson...................763-226-5767 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 125cc 2-Stroke/Junior/Schoolboy Dave Ingalls..........................................612-868-5769 MX 14-24, Greg Aspros .........................218-821-5969 MX +25/30, Mark Becker.....................630-640-8267 MX +40/45/50/55/60, Kevin Sheetz...952-567-3614 MX Women/Girls, Trisha Hoover............763-486-2428 MX Quad, Cory Otte ..............................320-583-1994 Dirt Track, Bayley Boehlke ....................612-616-9053 Hill Climb, Kaleb Northrup.....................952-210-8208

Tim Cain ..............................................651-442-3888 Enduro, Dan Banks ...............................612-282-5383 Yth Hare Scram & Enduro, Jim Artman...763-656-3866 Hare Scrambles, Paul Otto.....................763-229-1177 Jessica Noaeill.......................................651-587-4435 Road, John Otto ....................................952-445-2942

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 Indianhead Cycle Club ...........................651-764-1220 Kato Cycle Club .....................................612-866-0257 Midway Recreation Park........................952-601-1169 Motocity Raceway .................................218-894-2826 Motokazie ............................................952-601-1169 Norsemen Motorcycle Club.....................952-881-3840 North Central Dirt Track.........................612-616-9053 Paul Bunyan Forest Riders.....................218-739-5252 Range Riders ........................................218-341-9691 RM Promotions .....................................218-894-2826 RTW Race Promo/Cambridge.................218-894-2826 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders.................651-277-1047 Twin Cities Trail Riders ...........................612-965-8618 Valley Springs MC..................................651-380-2351 District 16 clubs with D23 events: Arkansaw Cycle Park.............................715-285-5679 CMJ Raceway........................................608-220-6853

Quad Motocross

August 24 RTW Promos........................Cambridge September 28 RTW Promos........................Cambridge

Trail Ride

September 6 Golden Eagles........................Thielman 7 Golden Eagles........................Thielman 27 Twin Cities TR ....................Huntersville 28 Twin Cities TR ....................Huntersville October 18 Paul Bunyan FR .........................Akeley 19 Paul Bunyan FR .........................Akeley

Adventure-Dual Sport

September 27 Norsemen MC ...................Danbury, WI

Hare Scramble

August 17 MOTR............................Stone Lake, WI September 14 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 21 Norsemen MC ......................Trollhagen October 5 Staples .....................................Staples 12 Golden Eagles........................Mazeppa

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Sugg Retail $21.95

$

Cyan/Heather

Black

Neon Yellow Brick/Heather

Splendor T-Shirt

22.99

Sugg Retail $24.95

$

Red

Blue

Black

Grey

Grid

Long Sleeve

25.

Sugg Retail $27.95

$

Dapper

99

Button Up

37.99

Sugg Retail $39.95

$ Black

White

Felt

Green/Blue

Blue/Tan

Flex Fit

22.99

Sugg Retail $24.95

$

Red/Black

Blue/White

Brown/Tan

Black/Grey

Charcoal/ Grey

Raglan Black

Zip Hoodie

Blue/Grey

64.99

Sugg Retail $69.95

Brown/Black

$

Foam

Trucker

18.99

Sugg Retail $19.95

$

Teal/Orange

Burgundy/ Grey

Red/White

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Casuals

11

Crossing

Lock Up

T-Shirt

14.99

T-Shirt

14.

Sugg Retail $22.00

$

Sugg Retail $22.00

$

99

Blue

Black

Black

Wreath

Luck

T-Shirt

14.

Sugg Retail $22.00

$

Black

99

14.

Sugg Retail $22.00

$

Shorts

Black

Red

Racer

T-Shirt

99

Black

Star

T-Shirt

T-Shirt

14.

Sugg Retail $22.00

$

14.99

Sugg Retail $22.00

99

$

Slambozo

Essex

Cargo Shorts Sugg Retail From $56.50

Shorts Sugg Retail From $39.50

Charcoal Heather

Black Pinstripe

Black

Black

Machina

Board Shorts

29.

Sugg Retail $62.50

$

Overhead

99

Board Shorts Sugg Retail From $39.50

Tracker

46.

$

Orange

Blue

Acid Green

Heptad

Board Shorts Sugg Retail $52.00

Black

Blue

Walk Shorts

46.99

Sugg Retail $52.00

99

$ Camo

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Charcoal

Khaki

Black

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Casuals

12

T-Shirts

Call!!

Sugg Retail $22.00 to $26.00

Black

Black

Moto & Destroy

Navy

Premix Posse

Cali Gold T-Shirt

T-Shirt

Grey

Black

Golden State

Black

God Save

Thrashed T-Shirt

White

T-Shirt

Black Grey

T-Shirt

Black

Excited

T-Shirt

Navy

T-Shirt

Black

White

Like Clockwork

EC Lifer T-Shirt

Premium T

Dys Punk T-Shirt

White

Black

Throwback

T-Shirt

Going Ape

Premium T

Black

Black

White

Blend

Black

Premium T

Rolling Thunder

Black

T-Shirt

Vintage

Navy

T-Shirt

Burger Joint T-Shirt

Black

Black Cat T-Shirt

Icon Red

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Green/yellow

Navy/Red

Grey

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Shoes

13 Motion Elite

Motion Select

64.

Sugg Retail $85.00

$

69.99

Sugg Retail $95.00

$

99 Red

Orange/White

Snow Camo

Featherlite 2

69.99

Sugg Retail $100.00

$

White/Green/ Black

Black/Orange Black/Orange

Motion Scrub

59.99

Motion Elite

64.

Sugg Retail $95.00

$

Sugg Retail $79.00

$

99 White/Red/ Black

Serial

29.

Court G

39.99

Sugg Retail $60.00

Sugg Retail $65.00

$

$

Black/ Flo-Orange

44.99

99

29.99

$

Black/ White

39.99

Sugg Retail $60.00

Black/ White

$

$

34.99 29.

$

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Black/ White

Net

$

Sugg Retail $80.00

Snapback Sugg Retail $28.00

$

Villain

35.99

White/Black

Sugg Retail $50.00

Black/ Red

Spartan Hi

Thrashed

Black

Stag

Sugg Retail $75.00

Snapback Sugg Retail $28.00

34.99

Sugg Retail $65.00

Sugg Retail $55.00

Sugg Retail $55.00

Moto 1st

Patrol

Gatsby

Court G

$

Day Glo Green

Black/ Monogram

Villain

99

24.99

Sugg Retail $50.00

White/ Lime

on orders over $99

$

White/ Plaid

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Youth Casuals

14

Atomic Orange

Live 4 Moto

Foe

T-Shirt

18.

Sugg Retail $19.95

$

T-Shirt

99

Sugg Retail $18.00

Toddler

Red

Trick Tank

Atomic Orange

Sugg Retail $18.00

Work Bench

Call!!

Sugg Retail $18.00

T-Shirt

Call!!

Sugg Retail $18.00

Sugg Retail $18.00

Navy

Black

Black

Excited T-Shirt

T-Shirt

Call!!

T-Shirt

Black

Sugg Retail $18.00

Premix Posse

Black

Fazer

T-Shirt

Black

Sugg Retail $16.00

Black

Adrenalize

T-Shirt

Sugg Retail $18.00

Blue

Black

Black

Badge T-shirt

15.

Sugg Retail $18.00

$

Vandal

99 Green

Black

Blue

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $39.50

Black

Court G Shoe

22.

Sugg Retail $45.00

$

Typical

99

Flex Fit Sugg Retail $26.50

Black/Green

Character

22.

$

Lil Rebel

Seat Grab

Shoe

Sugg Retail $45.00

Dark Fatigue

Flex Fit

99

19.99

Sugg Retail $21.95

$ Black/Yellow

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Grey The Mullisha Flex Fit

22.99

Sugg Retail $26.00

$

Tag

Onesies

18.99

Sugg Retail $22.00

$

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Womens Casuals

15

Polka Pop

Scout

Sugg Retail $22.50

Sugg Retail $29.50

Tank

Tank

White Wild Cherry

Black

Miss Clean

Lock Down

Sugg Retail $18.50

Sugg Retail $32.50

Shirt

Crop Tank

Black

Lemonade

White

Direct

Clouded

Sugg Retail $26.50

Sugg Retail $28.50

Black

V-Neck

Ringer

Wild Cherry

Heather Grey Wild Cherry Ultra Violet

Villain V-Neck

Sugg Retail $22.50

Wild Cherry

White

Faded

Long Sleeve Sugg Retail $28.50

Black

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Sea Spray

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16 Built to Thrill T-Shirt

21.99

Sugg Retail $25.00

$

White

Black

Sound City Tank

31.

Sugg Retail $36.00

$

Black

Light My Fire

Shhh

Sugg Retail $42.00

Sugg Retail $36.00

Top

Dress

99

37.99 $31.99

$

Red

Label

Long Sleeve

24.

Sugg Retail $28.00

$

99

Freeway

Kiss Kiss

Drop Neck

Drop Neck

22.

Sugg Retail $25.00

$

22.99

Sugg Retail $25.00

99

$

Black White

Mojave

Logo

T-Shirt

T-Shirt

22.99

Sugg Retail $24.95

18.99

Sugg Retail $19.95

$

Black

$

Teal

Yellow

Corporate

Miss Ronnie Mac

T-Shirt

22.99

Red

Black

Teal

Sugg Retail $24.95

$

White

Tank

White

Black Pink

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$ Teal

on orders over $99

22.99

Sugg Retail $26.00

White

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17

Premium Blend

Crest

Call!!

Braap White

T-Shirt

T-Shirt

Black

Call!!

T-Shirt

Black

Sugg Retail $26.00

Sugg Retail $26.00

Grey

Sweatshirts

Unruly

Heritage

Sugg Retail $46.50

Sugg Retail $69.50

Pullover

Call!! Sugg Retail $26.00

Zip Hoodie

Black

Dimension Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $59.50

Black

Black

Black

Heritage

Spiral

Sugg Retail $56.50

Sugg Retail $59.50

Pullover

Pullover

Black

Heart of Stone

Laced

Pullover

54.

Sugg Retail $59.95

$

99

White

Wild Cherry

Much Love Zip Hoodie

Zip Hoodie

Black

36.

Sugg Retail $42.00

$ Turquoise

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46.99

Sugg Retail $54.00

99

$ Black

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Sweatshirts

18

Classic Don Zip Hoodie

43.99

X-Cross

Sugg Retail $49.95

$

Zip Hoodie

43.99

Sugg Retail $49.95

$

Black Black

Grey

Grey

Footwear Visionary Boot

59.99

Sugg Retail $66.00

$

Black

Black/White

White/Pink

Destroyer Shoe

29.99

Sugg Retail $65.00

$

Snapback

19.

Sugg Retail $22.00

$

19.99 $29.99 Sugg Retail $50.00

Sugg Retail $40.00

$

Wild Dove

Grand Pom

Grand Sherpa Scarf

Sugg Retail $28.50

Sugg Retail $44.50

Black

Black/Pink

Kickstart

Venom

Snapback

17.99

Shoe

Slipper

Beanie

99

Beanie

17.99

Sugg Retail $20.00

Onesies

17.99

Sugg Retail $20.00

$

Black

Black

Amorous

Beanie

Sugg Retail $20.00

$

Chelsea TX

Villain

Hats & Beanies Glam

Navy

$ Grey

Grey

Bitter Sweet

Wild Chid Onesie

21.99

Sugg Retail $25.00

$

I-Phone5 Cover

17.99

Lil Rebel

18.

Sugg Retail $20.00

$

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$

99

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Backpacks & More

19

Shock

Backpack

Lockdown Cinch

Sugg Retail $59.50

Sugg Retail $19.50

Wild Cherry

Lilac

Dark Fatigue

Wild Cherry

Head Turn

Energize

Cinch

Backpack

Sugg Retail $19.50

Sugg Retail $49.50

Iced Wild Cherry

Anarchy

Back Pack

36.

Sugg Retail $42.00

$

99

Lilac

Iced

Dark Fatigue

Spirited

Spark

Back Pack

36.

Sugg Retail $40.00

$ Black

Purse

99

Sugg Retail $54.50

Black

Pants

Vicioius Purse

37.99

Black

Sugg Retail $42.00

$

Black

Requiem Purse

38.

Sugg Retail $44.00

$

Grand

Lanyard

99

Requiem

Sugg Retail $19.50

Black

22.

Sugg Retail $26.00

$

Driven

Lanyard

Wallet

9.

Sugg Retail $10.00

$

99 Black

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Red

Black

Heritage

Prominence

Sugg Retail $44.50

Sugg Retail $46.50

Pants

Pants

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New For 2015

21

Fuel V-2

Sweat-X Mirror

59.99

Sugg Retail $65.00

$

Vertical Hold

Pastrana Charcoal

Battalion

Yellow Archive

White/Blue

Acid

Red Archive

Revival

Blue Burnout

Black

Orange Poolside

Intake

Sweat-X Clear

59.

Sugg Retail $65.00

$

99

Black

Red Archive

White/Blue

Red Archive

White/Blue

Includes Roll Offs

Fuel V2

Sweat-X - Clear

59.99

Sugg Retail $65.00

$

Black Includes Roll Offs

Fuel V-1

Mirror Lens

White

Black

35.99

Red

Blue

Sugg Retail $40.00

$

Fatigue

Acid

Neon Orange

MX Adventure

More Smith Gogggles Online Bright Pink

Fuel V1

Blue Woven

Green Trace

Yellow Trace

Clear Lens

22.99

Sugg Retail $25.00

$

Bright Pink Woven

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Orange Audit

Red Audit

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Youth Braces:

GPX 5.5

369.

$

GPX 5.5JR

00

299.00

$ Black

Red

Black

Leatt GPX 5.5 Neck Brace:

• Totally new chassis design made of fiberglass reinforced polyamide • New helmet rim striking platform for increased head and helmet feedom of motion • 5 way adjustability • Sliding front and rear SureFit adjusters to ensure optimum fit • 4 angle rear thoracic strut adjustments fits more body shapes • Adjustable over the shoulder height for optimizing freedom of motion for different neck lengths and helmet rim profiles • Sculptured, split front for improved comfort and fit • New and improved, CoreFlex split rear thoracic strut is more comfortable and designed to work with the body’s natural movements • Thoracic rear strut is engineered to snap off before applying excessive pressure to the back • New and improved low profile open / close system incorporating a spring loaded push-button • Easy to use emergency release mechanism for injured riders • Engineered collarbone cutout to help keep your helmet and brace away from your most fragile bones • Injected foam padding on upper surface is more durable, easier to clean and designed to accommodate custom sticker kits • Air flow ribs in the padding ensure optimum ventilation • Folding rear thoracic strut for easier packing • Free, optional, clear chest strap included • CE certified as Personal Protective Equipment 89/686/EEC • Two adult and one junior size

Orange

Black/Green

White

C-Frame

599.00

$

PAIR

Leatt C-Frame Knee Brace:

Orange

New 6.5 Brace Available Soon!

5.5 Pro HD

219.00

$

• Designed to reduce ACL, MCL, and Meniscus injuries while not sacrificing comfort • Three-point force distribution • Super stiff C-arm mono hinge construction • Leatt InteliLink hinge with double pivot points • Adjustable soft lockout, low profile shin pad • Separate brace sock with a molded CE impact approved patella cup • Designed to work better with natural movement of the knee, fit different leg shapes better, including better boot fit, and also last longer with better hinge design

Black

Leatt 5.5 Pro HD:

• The back/Front of protector meets the highest back and front impact CE approval • Integrating, multilayer flank protection area • Removable, bio-foam upper arm roost guards • Extremely high impact testing results achieved by use of Leatt’s new 3DF foam in front and back • Fits over or under the jersey • 47 ventilation slots for maximum cooling • Hard shell outer shield made of High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE) • Adult size fits riders from approx. (150 to 190 lbs) XXL size fits riders approx. (190 to 240lbs) BraceOn™ strap system attaches the protector to the neck brace yet provides independent movement of body, brace and chest protector

5.5 Pro Lite White

Youth Braces:

169.00

$

White

More New Leatt Products Arriving Soon

Leatt Fusion 2.0 Youth Neck Brace:

• Neck and Torso protection • Engineered fracture point on rear thoracic strut designed to snap off in an emergency • Collarbone cut out helps protect your most fragile bones • Neck brace structure made of fiberglass reinforced polyamide resin • Leatt 3DF AirFit impact foam for premium body protection and ventilation • Extra Flank padding • 3 dimensional designed for perfect fit • Light weight • Easy to use, no-tool, sizing adjustments, and Velcro closures allow a precise fit • 2 Junior sizes fits riders approx: S/M 105-125cm tall (3ft 5” – 4ft 1”) L/XL 125-150cm tall (4ft 1” – 4ft 11”)

Black

Black

Green

Fusion 2.0 Jr Protector

249.00

$

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Red

White

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New For 2015

24

ogen r d y H Lite Jersey

39.99

Sugg Retail $44.95

$

Pant

134.99

Black/Hi-Vis

Black/Red

Black/Blue

Black/White

Green/Orange

Sugg Retail $149.95

$

Lite Glove

19.99

Sugg Retail $21.95

$

More Colors Available Online!! ution l o v E Jersey

44.99

Sugg Retail $49.95

$

Youth - $44.99 Pant

154.99

Sugg Retail $169.95

$

Clean Black/Orange

Clean Black/Grey Spark Black/Blue

Spark White/Red

Spark Black/Hi-Vis Spark Black/Teal

Youth - $154.99

Evolution Glove

33.99

Sugg Retail $36.95

$

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New For 2015

25

F2 Carbon Fast Back

289.99

Sugg Retail $319.95

$

FLY F2 Carbon

Blue/Black

Black/White

• SNELL M2010, DOT Approved For USA • Composite Construction Shell – outer shell is constructed using aircraft grade woven carbon fiber and Kevlar® composite materials • Dual Density EPS Liner • Multi-Port Air Induction Cooling System – eleven (11) intake and four (4) exhaust vents create massive airflow to keep your head cool • Flow Through EPS And Comfort Liner Air System - EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) and comfort liner align to maximize airflow • Quick Release Washable Comfort Liner and Cheek Pads • Custom Molded Rubber Trim With Nose Guard

Orange/Black

Black/Hi-Viz

F2 Carbon Acetylene

Teal/Orange

Kinetic Impulse

99.99

289.

Sugg Retail $319.95

$

99

Red/Blue White/Red

Sugg Retail $109.95

$

Youth - $89.99 FLY F2 Kinetic Helmet:

• DOT Approved - other standards include AS (Australian). Meets or exceeds all the toughest safety standards on the market • Poly Alloy Shell - combination of high strength poly materials create a durable light weight shell • Dual Density EPS Liner - two layers of EPS (Expanded Polystyrene), one softer one slightly harder, combine to provide more progressive impact absorption • Hi-flow Mouthpiece - designed with a cool style and plenty of air flow • Plush Quick Snap Removable Liner and Cheek Pads - keep you looking clean and help extend the life of your helmet • High Volume Vents - ten (10) massive vents aligned with EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) channels flow air through the helmet. Large exhaust vents eliminate heat build up

Purple/Black

Matte White/ Black

Matte Black/ Grey

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Black/Orange

Red/Black

Blue/Black

Air

Helmet

Midnight 2

Sugg Retail $330 to $350 Troy Lee Designs Air Helmet:

• Unique and technologically advanced Aerospace carbon / composite shell construction. • Meets SNELL, U.S. DOT and ECE standards. • Aggressive, hi-flow plastic mouth vent provides increased airflow. • Stylized nose guard aids in roost protection. • Adjustable Vortex visor allows for custom height placement. • Machined cross-top aluminum visor screws. • In-molded brow air intake vents allow premium ventilation. • Multi-level Internal Ventilation System is built into the liner for increased airflow. • Removable, replaceable and washable CoolMax comfort liner. • Bold TLD graphics with diamond tough UV clear top coat. • Drawstring style helmet bag included

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Charge White/Blue

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New For 2015

26

SE-3 Helmet

Sugg Retail $495 to $550

Team LTD Yellow

Troy Lee Designs SE3

• Unique and technologically advanced Aerospace carbon / composite shell construction. • Meets SNELL M2010, DOT FMVSS • Dual density Shock Pad System. Dual density EPS liner. • Quick release cheek pads for aid in emergency helmet removal. • Removable, replaceable and washable comfort liner features CoolMax™ and Dri-Lex™. • Aggressive plastic top scoop and mouthpiece designs allows more airflow through helmet. • Comes with 2 adjustable Vortex visors that feature single point adjustability for custom height placement. • Machined cross-top titanium visor screws for reduced weight. • In-molded brow air intake system. • SE3 helmet bag included.

Galaxy Black/Yellow

Team Carbon White

New Air Helmet See Page 25

One Shot Red

One Shot Black/White

ro SE-P Jersey

Sugg Retail $65.00

Pant

Sugg Retail $185.00

SE PRO Glove Sugg Retail $32.00

Available Online!! Course Yellow

Checker Black/Red

Course White

White/Orange

- Air P G Jersey

Sugg Retail $46.00

Pant

Sugg Retail $138.00

Air Glove Sugg Retail $29.00

Available Online!!

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Galaxy Black/Yellow

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Cheetah Black/White

Astro White

Astro Yellow

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28 Atom Helmet:

Atom Array

Call!! Sugg Retail $170.00

• Excellent strength to weight ration polycarbonate alloy shell • Superior impact absorption with protective crown • Increased cooling from flow thru ventilation • Easily cleaned removable liner and cheek pads • Plush comfort liner • Enhanced visibility and great goggle fitment • Weight 2.98 lbs (1350g)

Red

Green/Navy

Orange/Cyan

m

Ato

Jersey

Call!!

Sugg Retail $35.00 to $40.00

Lines Navy Red

Rockstar™

Ato

Lines Green/Yellow

Forma Grey

Forma Black

m

Pant

Call!!

Sugg Retail $100.00 to $120.00

m Ato ted Ven

m Ato e Lit Jersey

Call!!

Jersey

Sugg Retail $35.00

m Ato e Lit

Call!! Sugg Retail $35.00

Charge Red

Charge Navy/Yellow

Pant

m Ato ted Ven

Orange/Cyan

Pant

Call!! Sugg Retail $110.00

Call!! Sugg Retail $100.00

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29 Gamma Camber

Call!! Sugg Retail $275 to $400

Navy/Cyan

Red

Black/Grey

One Industries Gamma Helmet:

• Engineered Shell for optimal strength to weight ratio • Superior impact protection with progressive energy absorbing inserts • Increased cooling from flow-through ventilation • MIPS - low friction layer on some models • Plush comfort with moisture management layer • Large peripheral visibilty - Great goggle fitment • ECE/DOT - 1325g

Gam

ma

Jersey

Erupt White/Blue

Call!! Sugg Retail $55.00

Gam

Erupt Black/Yellow

Block Cyan

Block Grey

a

Pant

Call!! Sugg Retail $165.00

m Ato h t You Helmet

or Vap

Call!! Sugg Retail $100.00

Jersey

Call!! Sugg Retail $60.00

Tint

CMYK

or Vap

Call!! Sugg Retail $32.00

Call!! Sugg Retail $185.00

Green/Violet

m Ato th You Jersey

Pant

Navy/Cyan

Lux Navy/Cyan

Lux Green/Violet

Pant

Call!! Sugg Retail $85.00

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New For 2015

io Fact

n

Jersey

Sugg Retail $54.95

Pant

Camo Red

Sugg Retail $169.95

Camo Red

Mainline Blue

Mainline Black/White Mainline Black/White

Mainline Blue

Faction Glove Sugg Retail $34.95

e Strik Jersey

Sugg Retail $44.95

Pant

Sugg Retail $129.95

Stripes Black

Stripes Blue

Army Camo

ArmyPurple

Army Cyan

Strike Glove Sugg Retail $26.95

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2014 Gear Closeouts

31 Element Glove

14.99

Sugg Retail $19.99

Element

Bob’s Sale Price

$

Jersey

19.99

Sugg Retail $24.99

Bob’s Sale Price

$

Black/White

Orange/Black

Pink./Black

Element Pant

54.99

Sugg Retail $79.95

Bob’s Sale Price

$

Defender

2.5 Camber

59.99

Sugg Retail $120.00

Bob’s Sale Price

Kinetic

Evolution

Jersey

Jersey

24.99

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