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Two fast days at Riverside Winterset, Iowa - Sept 26/27 By Mark Bonnell Photos by Missi Thede

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interset Iowa’s Riverside Raceway hosted rounds 33 and 34 of The Iowa Motocross Championship Series on an unusually cold and damp late September weekend. Even with the unfavorable weather, there was a good amount of both racers and spectators on hand for the weekend. Saturday’s difficult track conditions made for some interesting and mixed results in several classes. In the +30B/C class, Mark Busby was able to get a good start in the first moto and work his way past Matt Morris, Doug Rothfus and Kurt Kness for the lead by the end of the second lap. Near the end of the third lap, Rothfus and Morris were having their own battle just behind the leaders. Jason Byers had some difficulty in the woods section of the track and lost several seconds

to the top five. Rothfus was able to work his way past Kness. At the end of the first moto it was Busby with the hard earned win ahead of Rothfus, and Kness was able to hold off Morris for third. Troy Pflughaupt rounded out the top five. In the second moto Pflughaupt got out front by the end of the long start area. Morris, Kness and Byers also had decent starts and were busy passing each other back and forth for most of the first lap. On the second lap, Byers was able to separate himself from Kness and Morris to go after the leader. On lap four Byers was able to get around Pflughaupt for the lead by braking later into a corner. Byers was first over the huge step-up and across the finishline. Pflughaupt crossed in second ahead of Kness. Rothfus and Busby rounded out the top five. The combined scoring gave Kness the overall win with his 33 finishes. Rothfus earned sec-

Dough Rothfus finished second in +30B/C on Saturday.

Mark Busby being chased by Jason Byers in +30B/C.

ond with his 2-4. Busby’s 1-5 was good enough for third place for the day while Byers’ 6-1 beat out Pflughaupt’s 5-2 for fourth overall. The 250cc classes had some of the best racing on Sunday. Devin Reed was forced to muscle his way into the lead in both motos of the 250A class ahead of Gavin Faith who finished a close second in both motos. Travis Hodges rode well and proved that consistency was the best way to earn the third place share of the prize money by going 4-3 8

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for the day. Colin Hickman led both motos at the start, but suffered bad luck and went down in both. Kody Pirie was able to get great starts in both 250B motos. Pirie faced a challenge in the first moto from Zavier Rhye and Tanner Oetting while moto two saw his main competition come from Kyle Walton and Kyle Grell. Rhye’s 2-3 finishes earned him second for the day ahead of Walton’s 5-2 moto finishes. Grell and Brian Jestrab rounded out the top five.


In the first moto of 250C, Douglas Oetting took over the lead on the last lap as Aaron Sparks forced moto leader Trevor Newton into a mistake in the back section of the track. Jake Harnish and Kevin Goette were fourth and fifth respectively. Moto two had entirely different finishes for all twenty-two riders. Michael Clark got an excellent start and was able to pull away from the rest of the field for the first three laps. Dillion Delong ran second until he was passed by Sparks at the start of lap three. Andrew Harter had a decent start and rode smart, eventually passing Delong for third. Harnish ran a solid fifth for most of the moto. Sparks earned the day’s win with his 2-1 scores ahead of Clark’s 6-2 finishes. Harnish rode a consistent 4-5 for third overall. Oetting’s 1-10 finishes earned him fourth ahead of Delong’s 9-4 finishes. Talk about an exciting class, and some crazy moto finishes. Saturday Results: +25A: 1.Ben Maier 2.Robert Palmer +25B/C: 1.Clark Newbury 2.Michael Clark 3.Randall Large +30B/C: 1.Kurt Kness 2.Doug Rothfus 3.Mark Busby 4.Jason Byers 5.Troy Pflughaupt +40A: 1.Bryant Ward 2.Ernest Peterman 3.Mark Bonnell +40B/C: 1.Mike Lewis 2.Keith Olson 3.Dennis Peck 4.Matt Morris 5.Jay Royer

125: 1.Zach Tyer 2.Mark Bonnell 3.Michael Larson 14-24A: 1.Jed Seeman 2.Danny Stephens 14-24B/C: 1.Bryce Craig 2.Corbin Fratzke 3.Chase Pearson 4.Sam Allison 250A: 1.Bobby Hanson 2.Danny Stephens 250B: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Brian Jestrab 3.Mason Kerr 4.Dylan Busby 5.Sam Allison 250C: 1.Michael Clark 2.Trevor Newton 3.Andrew Harter 4.Cody Ely 5.Cory Pestotnik 50Jr: 1.Jarrett Robinson 2.Paxton Jobe 50 Open: 1.Chase Cooper 2.Christian Farnsworth 3.Zack Frederick 4.Tyler Inman 5.Jacob Dakovich 50Sr: 1.Hunter Utsler 2.Dylan Smith 3.Christian Farnsworth 4.Chase Cooper 5.Tyler Inman 65Jr: 1.Tanner Vanelsen 2.Jaden Wertz 3.Hunter Utsler 4.Spencer Pelzer 5.Kaleb Konrad 65 Open: 1.Kaleb Konrad 2.Levi Trenary 65Sr: 1.Hayleer Peterman 2.Quentin Thompson 3.Zachary Harris 4.Damian Benson 5.Josh Crawford 85Jr: 1.Sam Tinkey 2.Keanan Tinkey 3.Tanner Vanelsen 4.Zachary Harris 5.Quentin Thompson 85Sr: 1.Brennan Myers 2.Travis Prier 3.Chase Stevenson 4.Taylor Simons 5.Jordan Harnish Non-Cur: 1.Luke Brinker Open A: 1.Anthony Wenck 2.Jed Seeman Open B: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Bryce Craig 3.Brian Jestrab 4.Clark Newbury Open C: 1.Michael Clark 2.Trevor Newton 3.Jordan Lytton 4.Andrew Harter 5.Dustin Roskop Schlby: 1.Brennan Myers 2.Kody Pirie 3.Mason Kerr 4.Spencer Chrismore 5.Corbin Fratzke SuperMini: 1.Chase Stevenson 2.Brennan Myers 3.Taylor Simons 4.Jordan Harnish 5.Travis Prier Women: 1.Rochelle Charnowski 2.Marissa Busby 3.Kayla Allers 4.Cheyanne Royer 5.Hailee Mcdonald

Quad 50: 1.Tristen Liebe 2.Taron Liebe 3.Dylan Seaton 4.Roderick Philipp 5.Bryce Wilson Quad 90 Shift: 1.Austin Timmins Quad 90 CVT: 1.Jesse Beukema Quad A: 1.John Benda 2.Dalton Hicks 3.Jamie Renken 4.Jacob Lawson Quad B: 1.Brandon Kunkel 2.Edward Brach 3.Scott Criswell 4.Dustin Drozd Quad C: 1.Ethan Dalton 2.Matt Beatty 3.Jason Ray 4.Roger Fitzgerald 5.Paige Harnish Quad 200: 1.Trenton Hood 2.Jjosh Beukema 3.Chas Nekola 4.Trey Sudbrock Quad Prod A: 1.Dalton Hicks 2.John Benda 3.Jamie Renken 4.Jacob Lawson Quad Prod B/C: 1.Doug Ockaman 2.Cody Moline 3.Brandon Kunkel Sunday Results: +25A: 1.Travis Hodges 2.Ben Maier 3.Scott Mericle 4.Robert Palmer 5.Josh Mcmullen +25B/C: 1.Michael Clark 2.Clark Newbury 3.David Harbold 4.Jonathan Fontana 5.Steve Debauche +30A: 1.Travis Hodges 2.Scott Mericle 3.Robert Palmer 4.Chad Karstens 5.Josh Mcmullen +30B/C: 1.Dave Doster 2.Kurt Kness 3.Jason Byers 4.Matt Morris 5.Troy Pflughaupt +40A: 1.Bryant Ward 2.Ernest Peterman 3.Mark Bonnell 4.Barry Ream 5.James Johnson +40B/C: 1.Dennis Peck 2.Jay Royer 3.Mike Lewis 4.Matt Morris 5.Keith Olson 125: 1.Tanner Oetting 2.Zach Tyer 3.Corey Jacobe 4.Reese Iversen 5.John Houston 14-24A: 1.Gavin Faith 2.Devin Reed 3.Ryan Simonton 4.Jordon Graham 5.Louie Reuskens 14-24B/C: 1.Chase Pearson 2.Bryce Craig 3.Ryan Christie 4.Sam Allison 5.Corbin Fratzke 250A: 1.Devin Reed 2.Gavin Faith 3.Travis Hodges 4.Colin Hickman 5.Danny Stephens 250B: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Zavier Rhye 3.Kyle Walton 4.Kyle Grell 5.Brian Jestrab 250C: 1.Aaron Sparks 2.Michael Clark 3.Jake Harnish 4.Douglas Oetting 5.Dillion Delong 50Jr: 1.Paxton Jobe 2.Gage Steburg 3.Jarrett Robinson 4.Jada Murphy 5.Carter Vanelsen 50 Open: 1.Hunter Utsler 2.Dylan Smith 3.Chase Cooper 4.Christian Farnsworth 5.Tyler Inman 50Sr: 1.Hunter Utsler 2.Dylan Smith 3.Tyler Inman 4.Chase Cooper 5.Zack Frederick 65Jr: 1.Tanner Vanelsen 2.Jaden Wertz 3.Hunter Utsler 4.Kaleb Konrad 5.Spencer Pelzer 65 Open: 1.Sam Wieben 2.Kaleb Konrad 65Sr: 1.Quentin Thompson 2.Zachary Harris 3.Cole Needham 4.Hayleer Peterman 5.Damian Benson 85Jr: 1.Sam Tinkey 2.Ryan Anzalbo 3.Cole Royer 4.Zachary Harris 5.Tanner Hatch 85Sr: 1.Brennan Myers 2.Chase Stevenson 3.Jordan Harnish 4.Travis Prier 5.Taylor Simons Non-Cur: 1.Denny Lytton 2.Luke Brinker 3.Duane Jeter Open A: 1.Gavin Faith 2.Devin Reed 3.Travis Hodges 4.Colin Hickman 5.Jed Seeman Open B: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Zavier Rhye 3.Bryce Craig 4.Klint Stapes 5.Kyle Walton Open C: 1.Douglas Oetting 2.Michael Clark 3.Andrew Harter 4.Dakota Anderson 5.Trevor Newton Schlby: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Tanner Oetting 3.Brennan Myers 4.Spencer Chrismore 5.Zach Tyer SuperMini: 1.Brennan Myers 2.Travis Prier 3.Taylor Simons 4.Chase Stevenson 5.Jordan Harnish Women: 1.Katelyn Mckenna 2.Kayla Allers 3.Marissa Busby 4.Cheyanne Royer 5.Amber Caudle

Jake Harnish airing it out in 250C. CYCLE USA, December 2009

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Des Moines Arenacross Des Moines, Iowa - November 7 By Michael Sierens

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he start of the Arenacross schedule has included Des Moines for several years, and the 2010 series was no exception. Des Moines was labeled a “Prequel” race due to the fact that the race did not award any points towards the 2010 championship series. That didn’t stop many of the top Arenacross riders from making the trip to the Midwest to race in the one night program, which included the 2009 Arenacross champion Jeff Gibson on his Honda, Kelly Smith on his KTM, and the Babbits Kawasaki team of Josh Demuth, Chad Johnson and Tyler Bowers. The first race of the night was the Arenacross Lites heat race. Kurt McCabe from Cedar Rapids, IA rocketed down the start with Cory Green and Devin Reed in tow. McCabe made it look easy as he led from wire to wire, building a good lead over Green and Travis Merrill. In Lites heat race two, Gavin Faith grabbed the holeshot in the tight left hander, just edging out Randy Woodring from Michigan. Dave Ginolfi tried to make an aggressive pass in the next corner for third place around Brian Foster and Kyle White but Foster rocketed around the outside and maintained his third place position. Ginolfi held strong and made the pass through the rhythm section to finally move into third place by the end of lap one. Up front Faith made it two for

two for Storm Lake Honda and for Iowa riders in the heat races. Foster and White both made it around Ginolfi by the checkers to move into third and fourth. The 65cc bikes were the next race on the track. This race was their main event as they competed in heat races earlier in the day to determine the night program. Trey Moore jumped out to an early lead with Bryce McLaud in second and Talon Kobush third. Moore quickly began to encounter lapped traffic in his second lap and allowed McLaud to close the gap to within a few bike lengths. Moore kept his cool and took the win, but the race for second came down to few bike lengths with McLaud beating Kobush at the checkers. The first of two Arenacross class heat races came to the gate. The first heat race featured a stacked deck of top tiered riders. Johnson, Smith, Demuth, Ames and Gibson rocketed off the gate towards the tight left. Kelly Smith grabbed the holeshot and entered the whoops out front. Chad Johnson, Jeff Gibson and Kurt McCabe followed Smith through the tricky whoops and towards the rhythm section. Johnson moved around Gibson and dropped in just behind Smith. Demuth was in fifth place after lap one before he blitzed the whoops and made the block pass into fourth ahead of McCabe. Johnson capitalized on a mistake by Smith through the whoops and moved into the lead. Once out front, Johnson put some valuable real estate

Kelly Smith (107) grabs the holeshot in his Arenacross heat race.

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between himself and the rest of the pack to take his first heat race win of the season. Demuth moved into the top three by the end. In the second heat race Gray Davenport pulled the holeshot in front of Robbie Reynard. Brandon Jesseman quickly put a block pass on Reynard to move into second as Devin Reed was picking his bike up in the first turn. Jesseman went down just after the whoop section and simply walked away from the bike, leaving it on the track in disgust, knowing his next race will be the LCQ. Tyler Bowers was easily the quickest rider on the track, and made his move to the lead by lap five. Davenport held on to second and Reynard put in a great ride to move back into third after dropping back to fifth place during the moto. A great addition to the Arenacross schedule during the Friday/Saturday program for 2010 is the 85cc class. This allows some older kids to be a part of the racing that the 65cc riders have enjoyed for several years. Brennan Myers led the pack of sixteen riders to the first turn. As Myers railed the outside line, Chase Stevenson slipped to the inside and took the lead through the whoop section. Brett McLaud was also able to get around Myers and the three moved away from Dillon Cloyed. The top riders in the 85cc class were doubling through the tricky rhythm section in front of the fans. The race win went to Stevenson followed by McLaud and Myers.


Kurt McCabe (#890) led his Arenacross Lites heat race from start to finish. He also won the Main event.

The Arenacross Lites main event was next to come to the gate. Heat race winners Kurt McCabe and Gavin Faith lined up in the front row ready for the gate drop. The thunder shook the stands as sixteen bikes rocketed down the start straight and into the first turn. Faith grabbed the holeshot just in front of McCabe with Brian Foster, Kyle White and Travis Merrill rounding out the top five as they worked their way through the whoop section. Faith went down on the opening lap, and McCabe picked up the lead over the catapult. Dave Ginolfi worked his way into fifth after having problems starting his bike on the line before the race. Just three laps in and McCabe was in checkout mode, putting a good gap on the pack. Cory Green sat comfortably in second while Ginolfi moved into fourth after passing Brian Foster halfway through the moto. McCabe led from start to finish to take the win. Green held on to a distant second with Ginolfi earning a hard fought third place. The Arenacross class main event had Kawasaki rider Gray Davenport grabbing the important holeshot with Kelly Smith second. Tyler Bowers was third as the pack worked their way through the whoop section for the first time. Gibson had a horrible start at the end of the pack on the opening lap. Bowers put a block pass on Smith to move into second place on lap number two. Demuth was in fourth place with his teammate Chad Johnson back in seventh. Bowers put pressure on Davenport until he made a mistake just after the rhythm section, handing the lead over. From there Bowers checked out and was leading until the race was red flagged. The referee Harv Whipple decided to red flag the race due to a downed rider in the rhythm section. Willy Browning went down hard while trying to triple into the section. Several of lead riders narrowly missed Browning and this forced

the officials to call a stop to the race. After reviewing the rulebook, they decided to restart the race with seven laps remaining. The running order at the beginning of the restart was Bowers, Demuth and Smith. The restart was a single file restart, something that doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t happen often in Arenacross. Chad Johnson took full advantage of the restart and moved himself around Smith with three laps left. Up front Bowers kept command of this race and took the win in front of Demuth and Johnson making it a Team Babbits Kawasaki sweep. Saturday Night Results: Arenacross Main: 1.Tyler Bowers 2.Josh Demuth 3.Chad Johnson 4.Kelly Smith 5.Teddy Maier 6.Jeff Gibson 7.Zach Ames 8.Robbie Reynard 9.Nathan Skaggs 10.Gray Davenport Arenacross Lites: 1.Kurtis McCabe 2.Cory Green 3.Dave Ginolfi 4.Devon Pilkington 5.Nick Jackson

6.Travis Merrill 7.Brian Foster 8.Devin Reed 9.Ronnie Hapner 10.Steven Squire 65cc 7-11: 1.Trey Moore 2.Bryce Mclaud 3.Talon Kobush 4.Jaryn Williams 5.Brandon Moore 6.Quentin Thompson 7.Jaden Ezra Wertz 8.Scki Rodites 9.Thomas Neumann 10.Tayler Grall 85cc 9-15: 1.Chase Stevenson 2.Brett Mclaud 3.Brennan Myers 4.Dillon Cloyed 5.Chad Saultz 6.Harry Van Der Weide 7.Anzaldo Ryan 8.Bryce Mclaud 9.Derrek Rogers 10.Austin Anderson Sunday Results: Expert: 1.Justin Grossnickle 2.Kyle White 3.Brian White 4.Ben Rio 5.Charlie Buffum Lites Interm: 1.Maxx Malatia 2.Zach Wallace 3.Tanner Oetting 4.Kane Kenkel 5.Klint Stapes 65cc 7-9: 1.Brandon Moore 2.Thomas Neumann 3.Eddie Norred 4.Shawn Thompson 5.Jacob Johnson Lites Nov: 1.Cole Hood 2.Douglas Oetting 3.Conner Robinson 4.Ryan Hughes 5.Austyn Powers +35: 1.Jack Lambert 2.Brian Chappell 3.Darrell Jackson 4.Greg Mcquerry 5.Troy Pflughaupt Girls 7-13: 1.Kayla Allers 2.Shae Harvey 3.Breanna Malak 4.Samantha Simons 5.Emily Woollums 50cc 4-6: 1.Gage Steburg 2.Brennan Wages 3.Matthew Surles-davis 4.Blane Simons 5.Kaden Parmley 85 Super Mini: 1.Brennan Myers 2.Chase Stevenson 3.Cody Breeden 4.Cole Hood 5.Chad Saultz AX Interm: 1.Zach Wallace 2.Erik Utech 3.Kody Pirie 4.Jeff Fisher 5.Kane Kenkel 85cc 7-11: 1.Trey Moore 2.Jaryn Williams 3.Bryce Mclaud 4.Dawson Newby 5.Cole Needham AX Nov: 1.Ryan Hughes 2.Matthew Swanberg 3.Troy Hetzner 4.Brett Paige 5.Zach Mcandrew 50cc 7-8: 1.Izaih Clark 2.Tayler Grall 3.Shawn Thompson 4.Jacob Riley 5.Lucas Filips +30: 1.Scott Mericle 2.William Guthrie 3.Darrell Jackson 4.Francis Craig 5.Josh Mcmullen 85cc 12-15: 1.Chase Stevenson 2.Brennan Myers 3.Logan Skaggs 4.Chad Saultz 5.Dillon Cloyed 16-24: 1.Justin Grossnickle 2.Charlie Buffum 3.Ben Rio 4.James Lambert 5.Coltan Ketelsen +25: 1.Scott Mericle 2.Robbie Pike 3.Josh Mcmullen 4.Brian Chappell 5.Garrett Shetterly 65cc10-11: 1.Trey Moore 2.Talon Kobush 3.Jaryn Williams 4.Bryce Mclaud 5.Jacob Lancaster Women: 1.Rochelle Charnowski 2.Kayla Allers 3.Lanaea Malak 4.Kaitlynn Comer 5.Shae Harvey Schlby: 1.Maxx Malatia 2.Jeff Fisher 3.Kody Pirie 4.Matt Peckham 5.Zach Wallace +40: 1.Jack Lambert 2.Larry Bank 3.George Stish 4.Andrew Malak Beginner: 1.David Lyons 2.Brandon Grace 3.Jacob Mcginnis 4.Connor Sturtz 5.Richard Wilson Pit Bike: 1.Adam Derry 2.Taylor Simons 3.Trent Meimann 4.Zaxston Hans 5.James Lambert

The 85cc bikes have joined the evening program. Chase Stevenson (#199) took the win with (11) Brett McLaud second and Brennan Myers third. All Iowa riders. CYCLE USA, December 2009

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The Bucky “Mud Sport” Ride Cross Plains, Wisconsin - October 24 By Gordon Lunde

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ain, a week of it before this event, but ride day was dry, finally, and looked set for some great fall riding in south central Wisconsin. The inaugural Bucky Dual Sport Ride was upon us. They say the slipperiest substance know to man is wet ice on wet ice. I would like this opportunity to disagree with that. Upon entering the off-road sections of this ride, I discovered a substance of which I have never encountered before. The organizers called it mud. I’d say more like mud mixed with motor oil, axle grease, and WD40. Traction was near non existent at some points, at others, just bad. I think I’m going to buy property out in the area and farm this stuff to sell as a lubricant. Slick conditions aside however, the ride was great. Sunny skies greeted us by noon and riders were shedding clothes at lunch like they just stopped at a nudist colony. I could have sold a ton of bungee cords at that point because people were looking for places to stash the extra clothing for the rest of the day. I think one of the club volunteers carried a lot of gear back to the starting point in a car. The Madison Motorcycle Club produced this little gem of a ride. This club has run enduros, hare scrambles, road rides, and for ’09, decided to add a dual sport event. I’m pretty sure this will be an annual ride not to be missed if the inaugural event is any indication of the fun to be had. All of the off road sections are on private property donated by the land owners for this occasion. Several of them are ex-racers and riders, and they convinced other land owners to allow the club the use of their properties as well. Many of the owners were out during the

You can't beat fall colors and twisty roads at a dual sport ride.

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A common scene... riders helping others along the way.

day to watch the riders and cheer them on. This area of the state is absolutely beautiful in the fall and provided some nice scenery all day. The off road sections were from the tops of the many ridges to the bottom of deep ravines, through and around corn and soy bean fields and prairies of wild grass.

Getting into and out of those ravines proved very interesting with the slick conditions. Many a rider went mud diving and many more did the walk alongside their bikes to progress up these slopes. There were surprisingly very few mud bogs or huge puddles, just thick, slimy stuff that clung to everything. I lost count of the riders who were digging mud out from the rear wheels and swing arms. Front tires acquired a layer of thick goo that made steering a real treat. The ride began at the Kerl-EndressBrannen, American Legion Post 245 in Cross Plains, Wisconsin, just a few miles west of Madison. A nice dinner was served up by post volunteers and the lower level bar provided fuel for bench racing that continued well into the evening. Proceeds from the ride were donated to the Sons of American Legion for a Veterans Memorial the post is building. Madison Motorsports and Moose racing donated many items that were awarded to riders after the evening meal and an impromptu trivia session provided goodies for some. So, the inaugural Bucky Dual Sport ride is history. Be sure to get your entry in early for the second annual ride next year, there is a limited number of entries taken, and you won’t want to miss it!


Peters Perfect at Hillclimb Finale Neoga, Illinois - September 19 By Bud Northrup

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he Central Illinois Motorcycle Club hosted the last hill climb of the 2009 season for AMA Districts 15 and 17. Matt Peters enjoyed a perfect night, winning all three classes he entered and taking the Fast Time of the Day award. Peters’ first win came in the 250cc class, where his 3.001 second first round ride would have been good for the win, but he beat that himself with an even better 2.981 second run on his CR250 in the second round. Joe McGurer was second with a 3.22 second effort with Dylan Brady third. In the 450cc class, Peters’ first round 2.756 second time had to hold up for him, as he crashed at 97 feet on his second run on his

KTM 380. That time was good for the win. Bobby Senn claimed second on his Yamaha with a 2.971 second ride with Dan Groth third. Peters set a fast time on his first ride in the 600cc class on his KX500 with a blistering 2.627 second clock stopper. This time held up for not only the class win, but also the fastest time of the night. ‘Fast Andy’ Fortner claimed second with a 2.693 second time on his Honda, with Josh Denson third. Joe McGurer enjoyed a double class win evening. He claimed the 85Sr class win with a 3.335 second time on his KX85, which was also good for the Youth Fast Time. His second win came in the 125cc class with a 3.346 second run, with ‘Dangerous’ Dylan Brady taking second on his Honda. In other youth class action, Reece Hutton won the 50cc class with Levi Peters second. Peters won the 65cc class with Andrew Fortner second, and Jarred Brown was the best of the 85Jr riders, with Clayton Hirsch second.

To All District 15 Members

Results: 50cc: 1.Reece Hutton 2.Levi Peters 3.Chase Banning 4.Brodie Bennett 5.Jedikiah Goering. 65cc: 1.Levi Peters 2.Andrew Fortner 3.Reece Hutton 4.Braden Young 5.Bradey Hazen. 85Jr: 1.Jarred Brown 2.Clayton Hirsch 3.D.J. Watson 4.Andrew Fortner 5.Levi Peters. 85Sr: 1.Joe McGurer. 125cc: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Dylan Brady. 200cc: 1.Kyle Galloway 2.Chris Senn 3.Lakota Ashworth. 250cc: 1.Matt Peters 2.Joe McGurer 3.Dylan Brady 4.Robert Fortner 5.Kodi Harnish. 450cc: 1.Matt Peters 2.Bobby Senn 3.Dan Groth 4.Andrew Groth 5.Brian Klett. 600cc: 1.Matt Peters 2.Andy Fortner 3.Josh Denson 4.Jared McKay 5.Andrew Groth. 600 4St: 1.Bobby Senn 2.Andrew Groth 3.Dan Groth 4.Gordon Green 5.Brian Klett. 750cc: 1.Paul Hillard. +40: 1.Mike Pulver 2.Mark Peters 3.Paul Hillard 4.Gordon Green 5.Steve Horath. +50: 1.Keith Klett 2.Steve Horath. 400 St: 1.Andy Fortner 2.Kyle Galloway 3.Troy Camerer 4.Mike Pulver 5.Bryan Goering. OPN St: 1.Mike Pulver 2.Josh Denson 3.Kyle Galloway 4.Chris Peters 5.Ronnie Bennett. Women: 1.Lakota Ashworth 2.Rebecca Lawson 3.Lauren Shafer 4.Alissa Harnish. Quad 2: 1.Paul Hillard. Quad 4: 1.Robert Fortner.

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Crossroads finally catches a break Mason, Illinois - November 8 By J. Gracey Photo courtesy of Phyllis Blume

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lame It On the Rain” was no longer the theme song for Crossroads MX the first weekend of November as they were able to pull off their highly anticipated, and twice delayed, Rider Appreciation Weekend. The weekend started off with a makeup race of the very popular Stateline Summer Series, in which Blake Miller was the overall winner and will receive a new EVS helmet. Riding was only half the fun as the weekend was filled with other activities such as pumpkin carving contests, coloring contests, and a costume contest. The Ninja Turtles were a hit, especially as they battled it out in the pit-bike race. Cowabunga Dudes! The evening didn’t slow down as the kids were into the relay races, costume contest and trick or treated in the pits by the light of a huge bon fire, as parents sat around the fire for an evening of laughter and relaxation. Sunday capped off the weekend with holeshot awards and giveaways. All of the 50cc riders received free t-shirts with their awards. Congratulations to Ben Butler, as we won the trailer Cling provided by Phyllis

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Blume Photography. A special thanks to R & R Powersports for the awards for the games and to Rucker’s Candy that supplied the treats. Crossroads

would like to thank all their sponsors for the 2009 season as they look forward to another year of family fun in 2010!


Dirt Riders’ Oakley Charity Event Oakley Illinois - November 8 By James Pinckard Photos by Kathleen Gepford

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erfect weather welcomed the riders to the 17th annual Oakley Dirt Riders charity event. With the a true mix of motocross, hare scrambles, enduro racers, along with riders that only attend this one special event, 130 plus came out for fun, and to support a good cause. Two car loads of toys, not to mention a good amount of cash was raised at this year’s event. Having fun with your friends, racing and riding dirt bikes just made it an even better day for everyone that attended! There was a separate tracks for the mini and big bikes a great idea. The first bikes to take to the woods were the 50 and the 65 riders. The standout of these two classes was 65cc rider Jason Gepford. Fresh off a year of

racing motocross, Gepford was on the Tim Wessing giving Chance his gas attacking the course and having fun first ever ride on a dirt bike. in the process. When I talked to him he told me “I like this race and raising the money and toys for the kids. Its exciting to help other kids get a Christmas present”. In the 50 class Dalton Garecht took the win. Taylor Clark took the overall in the Women’s class with Jared Hall taking the Mini overall. This race is for fun, but I think someone forgot to tell the leaders in the big bike classes. The A team of Daniel Janus and Jeffrey Kaylor took the overall in the team competition, but the overall for the event went to Ironman Lee Lankutis, who charged for three hours straight putting in the fastest times of the day. Being a “Team” race, one of the biggest classes of the day was the Father/Son race. This class is great fun and this year the combo of John Rhodes and Kendall Keele outpaced the others taking the win. I have to say look out for the Deman/Hebenstriet 4.Southard/Stunkel 5.Hall Perigo vlin team, Raymond and Justin looked great, A Ironman: 1.Lee Lankutis 2.Josh Decker 3.Pat Mcclure 4.Tom Burtle 5.Rick Anschutz and are sure to be a threat for the win next B Team: 1.Fehring/Marfell 2.Stinebaker/Gourley year. 3.Vieregge/Holmes 4.Schaal/ Daughtery Next year dust of the bike, bring some 5.Dozier/Schnirring B Ironman: 1.Tyson Roth 2.Abe Cyr 3.Todd Huston money and a toy for charity and come out and 4.Randy Peek 5.Joe Robinson have some fun while you help others... a real C Team: 1.Bickerton/Bickerton 2.Garecht/Marfell win-win no matter how you look at it. 3.Christensen/Britz 4.Drake/Thompson Results: 50: 1.Dalton Garecht 2.Jake Oelfke 3.Ella Oelfke 65: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Dalton Garecht 3.Michael Burtle Mini: 1.Jarred Hall 2.Jeff Gourley 3.Ty Kinkelaar 4.Braydon Pickerill Women: 1.Taylor Clark 2.Lean Oelfke 3.Garecht/Garecht 4.Marfell/Marfell A Team: 1. Janus/Kaylor 2.Reid/Wargo 3.Tober-

Big Brothers/Big Sisters program director Zach Shields and little brother David accepting a check for $1,500.

5.Good/Koons C Ironman: 1.David Oelfke 2.Dave Forbes 3.Ronald Sillings 4.Joe Henington 5.Jeff Chanely +40 Team: 1.Pickerill/Marfell 2.Garecht/Garecht 3.Donaldson/Weaver +50 Team: 1.Smith/Barger 2.Janus/Brunner 3.Catlin Gallop Father/Son: 1.Rhodes/Keele 2.Ty-Rick Kinkelaar 3.Raymond-Justin Devlin 4.Mark-Trevor Anschutz 5.Si-Corey Keith

Jay Hall at the riders meeting. CYCLE USA, December 2009

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Motokazie Awards Banquet Supercross Series winners.

New Prague, Minnesota - November 6 By Jamie Theis Photos by Leslie Vanderwerf

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otokazie had their end of the season awards banquet, November sixth at the Park Ballroom in New Prague. Close to 450 guests attended to watch 180 individual riders receive their Motokazie Motocross Series and Supercross Series awards, plus lots of great door prizes. Hitching Post Motorsports of the Twin Cities raffled off a 2008 Polaris Outlaw 525 to the supercross participants. Brady Nesbitt of Savage, MN, had his name drawn from over 633 entries. Waconia Powersports of Waconia, MN raffled off a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;09 DRZ70 to the motocross participants. Steve Schoenoff of Woodville, WI, had his name drawn as the lucky winner. In the Motokazie Motocross Series, which consisted of sixteen races spread out between the Elko, Kellogg and Mankato tracks, 175 awards were handed out along with 30 Championship jackets. The Motokazie Supercross Series, which was made up of twenty-three races held at county fairs across Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin, had 86 award winners. Motokazie would like to thank their 2009 sponsors: Ziegler Cat, Waconia Powersports, Hitching Post Motorsports, Delano Sports Center, Cities Edge Motorsports, Leosâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; South, Pro Kart and Cannon Falls HY. Supercross Series Champs: 50cc Oil Inj: 1.Gavin Tilford 2.Austin Kristiansen

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3.Cole Busch 4.Kyle Johnson 5.Kody Braun 50cc Chain: 1.Seth Carpenter 2.Aaron Blackstone 3.Pierce Bedell 4.Maxx Bedell 5.Edward Hajas 65cc 7-9: 1.Mitchell Bergstrom 2.Aaron Blackstone 3.Steven Hajas 4.Pierce Bedell 5.James Kerber 65cc 10-11: 1.Kyle Graf 2.Erik Busch 3.Josh Weis 4.Cody Wroe 5.Mitchell Bergstrom 85cc 7-11: 1.Erik Busch 2.Nick Swenson 3.Kyle Graf 4.Nathan Holm 5.Cody Wroe 85cc 12-15: 1.Reid Gerhardt 2.Trevor Archibald 3.Bo Schuette 5.Nicholas Holm 6.Hayden Meyer Open 80-105: 1.Reid Gerhardt 2.Trevor Archibald Lites C: 1.Jake Chmielewski 2.Reid Gerhardt 3.Tyler Doty 5.Alex Anderson Lites B: 1.Cody Slark 15-29 Open: 1.Cody Slark 2.Jake Chmielewski Open C: 1.Jake Chmielewski 2.Tyler Doty 3.Chris Mahlum Open B: 1.Cody Slark 2.Adam Kerber +30: 1.Norman Miesen 2.Dean Meyer 3.Marc Mikkelson 4.Matt Wellumson Pro: 1.Dan Riley 2.Brandon Davis Women: 1.Jacqueline Riess Mini Quad Stock: 1.Luke Radunz 2.Trace Bakke 3.Logan Radunz 4.Kyle Johnson 5.Calvin Jobe Mini Quad Prod: 1.Ben Nesbitt Jr. 2.Luke Radunz 3.Harlan Babineau Quad Sport: 1.Bo Schuette 2.Danielle Radunz 3.Dane Theisen Quad Open B: 1.Brady Nesbitt 2.Jeremy Boehne Quad Open A: 1.Chris Borning 2.Joe Niederer 3.Brad Schmidt 4.Kevin Horkey Motocross Series Champs: Premix 4-6: 1.Jaxon Opitz 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Gavin Tilford 4.Nick Paige 5.Dillon Nelson Premix 7-8: 1.Josh Boaz 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Toni Jahnz 4.Haley Greig 5.Aaron St.Sauver Oil Inj 4-8: 1.Gavin Tilford 2.Cade Downey 3.Nick Paige Single/Multispeed 4-8: 1.Gavin Janovsky 2.Cade Downey 3.Brennen Berends 4.Dillon Nelson 5.Paige Carlson 65cc 7-9: 1.Sterling Wold 2.Devin Stang 3.Josh Boaz 4.Cody Wichmann 6.Harrison Gulick

65cc 7-11: 1.Sterling Wold 2.Jack Martin 3.Devin Stang 6.Dylan Hess.8.Wesley Hill 65cc 10-11: 1.Hunter Yocom 2.Cody Wroe 3.Donavon Albers 5.Dylan Hess 6.Cameron Ziegler 85cc 9-11: 1.Mario Eiden 2.Ben Adamson 3.Cody Wroe 5.KJ Downey 6.Jacqueline Riess 85cc 9-12: 1.Max Royalty 2.Mario Eiden 3.Logan Hegna 4.Ben Adamson 5.Trevor Archibald 85cc 12-15: 1.Dylan Wolff 2.Max Royalty 3.Aaron Sperling 4.Bret Holland 5.Matt Hendrix Supermini: 1.Jacob Martin 2.Dylan Wolff 5.William Dorow Schlby: 1.Jacob Martin 2.Jake Burbach 3.Trevor Archibald 126-250Jr: 1.Jake Chmielewski 2.Trent Kubes

Brady Nesbitt won the new Polaris ATV.


+40C: 1.Mark Broyles 2.Brian Albers 3.Barry Weinzirl 4.Mark Vanderwerf 5.Bob Hill +40B: 1.Richard Ziebell 2.Jon Holtz 3.Bill Cunningham 4.Steve Schoenoff +40A: 1.Brad Cunningham 2.Chuck Thompson 3.Mike Mineheine +45B/C: 1.Jon Holtz 2.Steve Schoenoff 4.Kevin Sheetz +45A: 1.Jerry Schulze 2.Mike Mineheine +50: 1.Jerry Schulze 2.Larry Ahlers 3.Dave Hencir +55: 1.Larry Ahlers

Motocross Series winners.

122-125 12+: 1.Lucas Hegna 2.Cory Holland Girls 9-13: 1.Jacqueline Riess 2.Kyra Boaz 3.Grace Eiden 4.Katie Vanderwerf 5.Ann Rysavy Women: 1.Rebecca Wright 2.Jessica Hansen 250B: 1.Sean Castle 2.Derek Hullett 3.Nathan Kohnke 5.Kevin Rodel 6.Chris Pietsch 250A: 1.Brandon Stewart 2.Joe Perron 3.James Carsten Open C: 1.Jeremy Dewall 2.Anthony Suarez 3.Mitchell Schoenoff 4.Brandon Wroe 5.Conner Cunningham Open B: 1.Nick Oeltjen 2.Sean Castle 3.Collin Cassem 4.Jake Burbach 5.Jeff Kline Open A: 1.Ben Graves 2.Joe Perron 3.Trent Hinrichs 14-24C: 1.Eric Evers 2.Jake Chmielewski 3.Mitchell Schoenoff 4.Mark Broyles Jr 5.Jeff Anderson

14-24B: 1.Jake Burbach 2.Nick Oeltjen 3.Collin Cassem 4.Nathan Kohnke 14-24A: 1.Brandon Stewart +25C: 1.Aaron Prebe 2.Beau Boerner 3.Caleb Bolton 4.Kyle Marks 5.Josh Creamer +25B: 1.Matt Dohrn 2.Jeff Kline 3.Josh Cherro 4.Joe Crosby 5.David O’Keeffe +25A: 1.Ben Graves 2.Levi McMains 4.Chuck Thompson +30C: 1.Joel Young 2.Taylor Carlson 3.Justin Schultz 4.Josh Creamer 5.Barry Weinzirl +30B: 1.Richard Ziebell 2.David O’Keeffe 3.Bill Cunningham 4.Kristopher Griese +30A: 1.Brad Cunningham 2.Levi McMains 4.Chuck Thompson

Steve Schoenoff won the new DRZ70.

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LTM Appreciation Weekend Casey, Illinois - October 18 By James Pinckard

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im Jackson said, “I just want to say thank you to all the riders who have come to the events this year. We’re trying to continue to make the facility better, with improvements like buildings and working on the track and trails”. This year’s appreciation weekend hosted a free meal for everyone at the track, aa well as a free style competition. There was also a bonfire, hay rides and other fun. During the day on Sunday Tim and a helper were out in the Mule spreading joy and giving prizes to almost everyone he came across. Saturday, the track was a mess with mud from the massive amount of rain that had dumped on this part of Illinois over the prior few days. By Sunday the crew had the track in great shape, as many were making the same comment, “I can’t believe how good they have the track after what it looked like yesterday”. Just goes to show what a lot of hard work can do. To no surprise, the 250C class was one of the biggest of the day. In the first moto Kaleb Graef took the holeshot and charged to the end to take the win. Yamaha rider Brandon Simes finished second with Joe Aumiller third. In the second moto there was a shakeup. At the checkered flag Simes took the win and overall as Aumiller finished second for the moto and third overall. Another rider putting in a great ride, and pocketing his share of points was Hall’s Cycles Husky rider Blake Young. Blake had been away from racing for a while, but is now back in full swing. In the +25 class Kawasaki rider Cory Deadmond didn’t give him a very warm welcome taking the first moto win ahead of Young and Eric Trigalet. In the second moto Young had his Husky on the move and took the win and overall ahead of Deadmond. Brown again put in a good ride for third. The race marked the end of another racing season at Lincoln Trail, and as the riders headed out the gate, many of us were already starting to think about next year. Results: 250C: 1.Brandon Simes 2.Kaleb Graef 3.Joseph Aumiller 4.Tyler Kirkman 5.Ace Camfield 85Jr: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Parker Smith 3.Chance Trigalet 4.Jake Carlson 5.Jayce Pennington 85Sr: 1.Zachary Loehr 2.Jacob Wever 3.Sam Shamie 4.Preston Pennington 5.Mason Brown

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250C class start. Open B: 1.Michael Norris 2.Zack Hoffman 3.Quentin Jones 4.Mitch Koebele 5.Trevin Simes Open A: 1.Justin Kelly 2.Dalton Foerster 3.Blake Young 4.John Gocken 5.Zack Hollingsworth 50Jr: 1.Brennan Wages 2.Alyssa Cole 3.Spencer Whitney 4.Radko Tomko 5.Edgar Lewis 50Sr: 1.Larry Smith 2.Devin Simsons 3.Tyler Collins 4.Jason Gepford 5.Carter Creedon Women: 1.Lanaea Malak 2.Sami Ahr Mini 1: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Jayce Pennington 3.Chance Trigalet 4.Trey Walters 5.Parker Smith Super Mini: 1.Zachary Loehr 2.Jacob Wever 3.Aaron Thompson 4.Jake Grafelman 5.Michael Humm +35: 1.Mark Hughes 2.Justin Schaal 3.Shawn McMurray +40: 1.Paul Mumper 2.Don Large 3.Scot Delmastro 4.James Holub 5.Brad Adams +25: 1.Blake Young 2.Cory Deadmon 3.Andrew Brown 4.Eric Trigalet 5.Joe Roberts Schlby: 1.Lane Parton 2.Sam Mattingly 3.Clayton

Blake Young with the +25 class.

Hackman 4.Preston Pennington 5.Ryan Lash 14-24: 1.Justin Kelly 2.Zack Hoffman 3.Trevin Simes 4.Chris Rourke 5.Darian Lindsay +55: 1.John Wagner 2.Gary Peak 65Sr: 1.Chance Trigalet 2.Daneille Grigoletti 3.Gage Noblitt 4.Nathan Elder 5.Jason Bruno 65Jr: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Jayce Pennington 3.Carter Gordon 4.Ren Dazey 5.Dawson Ryker +30A: 1.Andrew Brown 2.Eric Trigalet 3.Shane Cole 4.Joe Roberts 5.Jason Straight +30B: 1.Kelby Trowbridge 2.Joshua Denault 3.Eric Lawson 4.Jason Moore 5.Todd Kollar Vintage: 1.Harrison Athey 2.Zach Walton 3.Brad Adams 4.Karl Racine 5.Frank Bruno +50: 1.Orville Kline 2.Gary Peak 3.Larry Sterchi 3.Ken Felgar 4.Mark Dombrosky 250A: 1.Justin Kelly 2.Dalton Foerster 250B: 1.Quentin Jones 2.Zack Hoffman 3.Mitch Koebele 4.Cody McMurray 5.Darin Lindsay Open C: 1.Brandon Simes 2.Tyler Kirkman 3.Joseph Aumiller 4.Marshall Stennett 5.Kaleb Graef Girls 1.Daneille Grigoletti 2.KaylaMiller 3.Sami Ahr 4.Haley Ahr 5.Breanna Malak +45: 1.Don Large 2.Gary Peak 3.John Farley 4.Jeff Franklin 5.Jeffrey Griffith 125cc: 1.Michael Norris 2.Zachary Loehr 3.Harrison Athey 4.Sam Mattingly 5.Lane Parton 50cc Shaft: 1.Colton King 2.Edgar Lewis 3.Radko Tomko 4.Clayton Anderson 5.Brooklyn Loy Quad A: 1.James Black 2.Justin Daugherty 3.Ronald Henderson 4.Joel Cooprider 5.Kevin Pocrnich Quad B: 1.Ross Medlin 2.Devin Fisher 3.Trent Auten 4.Shane Cornwell 5.Shawn Rissler Quad C: 1.Ryan Wade 2.Wyatt Halfhill 3.Shelby Thompson 4.Mason Muchow 5.Mike Meador Quad 300: 1.Jacob Lynch 2.Skyler Goff 3.Cameron Reynolds Quad 90: 1.Austin Warren 2.Joey Burba 3.Grayson Wolf 4.Ben Belangee 5.Beth Belangee


Race 2 A Cure event brings extra activities Akron, Indiana - October 10 By Becky Stichter

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wo special events took place at Hangtime Saturday morning. It was the eighth annual Women's championship, and the second annual Race 2 A Cure event. Money for cancer research was raised by having a bake sale, auction, track walk, and the sales of special pink t-shirts. For the Women's championship, seven extra classes were added. Girlyz Clothing Company sponsored the championship, and the winner in each of these classes won a $100 gift certificate. These classes were ran in addition to a regular schedule, making room for everyone to get in on the morningâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fun. Gabrielle Morton was the winner in the girls 65-85cc class. In the first moto the track was muddy and slick. She went out and showed us she wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t afraid to ride in some mud. For the second moto the track was much drier, and she looked more comfortable. Lindsey Sandel took the win in the adult Women's Quad class. She ran 1-1 against Danielle Kopsho. Sandel coasted through both motos without any problems. Kopsho had some difficulty with one of the corners in the second moto, but was able to finish. The Girls Mini Quad class had more riders, and put on a good race. In the first moto Haley Davis was running in first, with Abby Bowyer and Maddison Guyer hot on her trail. The challenge between Davis and Bowyer was heating up, and then Davis' quad broke, ending her racing for the day. Bowyer finished in first with Guyer second. In the second moto, Guyer blasted out of the gates and was on a mission! You could

see the determination in the way she was riding. Bowyer was right behind her. Every time that Bowyer threatened to take the lead, Guyer answered back, and she held off Bowyer to take the win. Jennifer Reutebuch won the Women's 85-105cc class. She also competed in the Pit bike class. Megan Moan won in the Women's 85-250cc class, and also competed in the 250C class. One other Women's class that was added was the Beginner class. This class gave some of the track moms a chance to try their hand at racing. Stephanie Kirkpatrick was one of the beginners who took the challenge. At the gate before the first moto she was very nervous. At the end of the moto she said, "that was exhilarating!" and was all smiles. She was more relaxed for the second moto and looked like she was having fun. When she was all done she commented that she gained a new perspective of what her son and husband face each time they race. She was glad she had taken, and survived the challenge! Results, Saturday morning: +30A: 1.Nicholas Jones 250B: 1.Braxton Grose 2.Chase Daugherty 3.Michael Gasaway 4.Cruz Vazquez 250C: 1.Michael Wesselman 2.Megan Moan 3.Nick Martin Open C: 1.Hunter Kreft 2.Nick Lundgreen 3.Paul Johnson 4.Cody Cook 5.Thomas Keough +25A: 1.Blakley Jones +40: 1.William Kirkpatrick Open A: 1.Brad Kopsho 125cc 2-str: 1.Dakota Robins 2.Sach Copeland 3.Derek Landry 4.Scott Swinford Youth: 1.Derek Landry 14-24: 1.Dakota Robins 2.Chase Daugherty 3.Devin Winters 4.Michael Gasaway 5.Zach Copeland Supermini: 1.Dakota Robins 2.Cody Mcculloch 3.Cameron West 4.Ryan Combs 5.Dalton Packard Outlaw: 1.John Boyle

85 (9-11): 1.John Boyle 2.Jordan Parmley 3.Trevor Brewer 85 (12-15): 1.Cody Mcculloch 2.Cameron West 3.Dalton Packard 4.Chris Trowbridge 5.Ryan Combs 65 (7-9) : 1.Alex Morton 2.Gabrielle Morton 50 (7-8): 1.Alex Morton 2.Jake Osburn 3.Adam Davis 50 (4-6): 1.Cayden Heckman 2.Paden Hudson 3.Kennan Leis 4.Daniel Gibson 50 (4-8 inj): 1.Kennan Leis 2.Paden Hudson Pitbike: 1.Zachary Jones 2.Jennifer Reutebuch 3.Larry Klinger Quad A: 1.Eric Lapato 2.Matthew Forrest Quad B: 1.Adam Barth 2.Dustin Stanley 3.Cameron Barth 4.Andy Furnas Blaster Yth: 1. Wyatt Evans 2.Lindsey Sandel Quad Mini: 1.Logan Stanfield 2.Abby Bowyer 3.Blake Sarver 4.Maddison Johnson 5.Jordanne Stichter Quad Women Adult: 1.Lindsey Sandel 2.Daniell Kopsho Quad Women Mini: 1. Maddison Guyer 2.Abby Bowyer 3.Jordanne Stichter 4.Haley Davis Women 85-250cc: 1.Megan Moan Women 85-105: 1.Jennifer Reutebuch Women 65-85: 1.Gabrielle Morton Beginner Women: 1.Becky Stichter 2.Stephanie Kirkpatrick 3.Dawn Leis 4.Jamie Hudson 5.Abby Bowyer

Lindsey Sandel won her class.

Maddison Guyer leading off the gate.

Gabrielle Morton taking on some muddy conditions. CYCLE USA, December 2009

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Byron closes ‘09 Vet Series I Byron, Illinois - October 4

t may have been a day later that anticipated, but this was the finale event of the 2009 Racer-X Vet Series, and for those in attendance, it was going to be a great day no matter what. Vet riders typically have a positive outlook on every chance they have to go racing, and in particular at an event that is all about “Vet” racing. Motosports Park’s round of the vet series was originally scheduled to open the series back in the beginning of the season. Having been rained out, it was now closing the series. In the days leading up to the race, rain again played into the mix, and the event was pushed back from Saturday to run on Sunday. Attendance was down, a sure sign that the riders that often travel great dis-

tances were scared off. Those that did show up were treated to a well prepped track, along with a great day of racing.... exactly what riders have come to expect from Motosports Park. The event still had riders from six states, and two guys from Canada. Multiple classes often ran together, either combined, or with multiple gate drops. It made for a nice efficient day. Taking to the track first was the +25 class, and Minnesota’s Ben Graves was quick to establish himself as a front runner. Not to go un-noticed, before the first lap was finished Michael Wendricks made an outside sweeping pass to take the lead. Wendricks had the speed to potentially get the win, but only a half a lap later he went down, dropping back to third behind Brad Flament. Once back out front, Graves rode smart and took a comfortable win. Wendricks charged back to second in the final lap to keep his hopes for an overall alive.

On the track with +25 was the +35A and +45A class riders. +35A was a family affair as Indiana’s Dean Stover took both moto wins ahead of David Stover, both riding Suzukis. Roy Nafzger led Thomas Dretzka around in both +45 motos for the overall. Jeff Patel Jr and Greg Mellinger went 3-4 on their KTM’s in both motos. In the second +25A moto Graves again got the important holeshot while Wendricks had his work cut out for himself. +35 rider Dean Stover had beat him through the first turn and even though they were riding in separate classes, Stover had to push hard in the early laps. As they started the second lap Wendricks had a clear track to try and catch Graves, and trying he was. He was able to close the gap, but Graves just wicked it up a bit more, and kept Wendricks back far enough to reduce any real threat... and take the moto and overall wins. Flament finished third. The +55 class had ten riders from five states going for the gold. Wisconsin’s Lynn Meyer put his Honda into the lead off the start in

Bob Lewis finished the Series second in the +60 class.

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Nick Lazzaretto went 3-2 for third in +50. Lynn Meyer went 1-1 for the +55 class win.

moto one, and while Indiana’s Tim Graves kept him honest, the two never really tangled and rode off to finish with the two top spots at the checkered flag. Behind them Gary Peak rode hard to finish third after getting pushed by Minnesota’s Harold Gooch. David Antolak finished fifth after swapping spots a couple times with Jerry Bumgardner. Meyer was able to repeat his performance and ride off to a clean win in moto two, leaving any action behind. Gary Peak and Tim Graves are far from strangers on the track after years of running in the vet classes together. After getting beat in the first moto, Peak turned the tables and finished second ahead of

Graves this time for second overall. Antolak finished fourth ahead of Gooch. The third event of the day had two B classes leaving the line together. Andy Heinecke led the +25 riders with Ontario, Canada’s Julian Lapointe all over his rear wheel, looking for a way around. It didn’t take long for Lapointe to make his move and then go on for the win. Mike Lafranco worked his way up to grab second late in the moto as Heinecke finished third. Darrin Hill led the +35 riders until the other Canadian, Matt Hansford worked past Chris Grosskreuz, and then into the lead by midmoto. Hill held onto second. Lapointe made it look easy in

Dan Haydin swept both motos in +45B.

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second lap finished. Lazzaretto found a way around Dunn next and then rode off to finish second. Patel was slow to regain his first moto momentum, but eventually picked up the pace and passed Dunn to finish third. In a mixed up set of moto’s, Patel’s late moto pass (over Dunn) gave him the overall (1-3) as Behrens was second overall (4-1) ahead of Lazzaretto’s (3-2) and Dunn’s (2-4). Had Patel not made that pass, it would have been a four way tie for the win, with Patel ending up fourth overall. While there were still a few races remaining on the 2009 Motosports Park schedule, this event seemed like a season finale. Even with the small turnout, the feel around the pits was as satisfying as any well run late season race. Everyone was happy to get in a great day of racing, and the vet crowd was as appreciative as ever of Aaron Vincer’s super efforts to give them a great day. Job well done!

Dean Stover took both the +35A and +40A class wins.

the second moto while Heinecke held on for second (3-2), and second overall. Lafranco had problems and finished back in sixth while John Medcalf (5-3) claimed third overall. Frank Dunn had the jump on the +45B class in moto one until he snubbed his motor, and let Dan Hayden take over the number one spot. Once in the lead, Hayden couldn’t be stopped, and took the win. Dunn recovered for second ahead of Mike Halder and Indiana’s Ed Lovely. The top three, all from Wisconsin, finished in the same order in moto two as well. David Stover was back in the +40A class. In the first moto Roy Nafzger pulled the early lead off the start. As the riders made their way into the back section in lap two, Stover made his way around Nafzger to take over. Dean Stover was running third, and they finished in that order. Stover rode off with the second moto win as well, but this time it was Dretzka finally finding his pace to finish the moto second, ahead of Nafzger and Dean Stover. Nafzger’s 24

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2-3 motos was still good for second overall. The +50 class had a dozen riders come off the gate for moto one with Hanover, IL’s Jeff Patel taking the holeshot on his KTM. Frank Dunn battled for a while with Nick Lazzaretto before finally getting a little breathing room in second. Meantime, Patel was slowly inching away for what eventually became a start to finish win. Gary Behrens finished fourth ahead of Greg Mellinger and Tim Boblin. Everything changed in the second moto as Behrens was out to make his trip from LaCrosse, WI worth as much as possible. He grabbed the holeshot, just edging out Dunn and first moto winner Patel. Lazzaretto was also on the gas, and after bouncing from one side of the track to the other looking for a way around Patel, he made a pass stick on the second lap to take over third. Behrens continued in the lead and opened a small distance as that

Motosports Park Results: +25A: 1.Ben Graves 2.Michael Wendricks 3.Brad Flament 4.Jeff Patel +35A: 1.Dean Stover 2.David Stover 3.Everett Dahlberg 4.Brian Mccanna +45A: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.Thomas Dretzka 3.Jeff Patel Sr 4.Greg Mellinger 5.Steve Medcalf +55: 1.Lynn Meyer 2.Gary Peak 3.Tim Graves 4.Dave Antolak 5.Harold Gooch +25B: 1.Julian Lapointe 2.Andy Heinecke 3.John Medcalf 4.Mike Lafranco 5.Robert Manke +35B: 1.Matt Hansford 2.Darrin Hill 3.Chris Grosskreuz +45B: 1.Dan Haydin 2.Frank Dunn 3.Mike Halder 4.Jay Calkins 5.Steven Arndt +30A: 1.Brad Flament 2.Everett Dahlberg 3.Jeff Patel Jr +40A: 1.David Stover 2.Roy Nafzger 3.Thomas Dretzka 4.Dean Stover +30B: 1.Julian Lapointe 2.Matt Hansford 3.Mike Lafranco 4.Andy Heinecke 5.Evan Schnoll +40B: 1.Brian Bonner 2.David Yurko 3.Andrew Bussen 4.Chris Grosskreuz 5.Jay Calkins +50: 1.Jeff Patel Sr 2.Gary Behrens 3.Nick Lazzaretto 4.Frank Dunn 5.Greg Mellinger +60: 1.Gary Peak 2.Tim Graves 3.Mark Thompson 4.Michael Lambert 5.Robert Woldt +25 Women: 1.Jolene Graves +25C: 1.Adam White +30C: 1.Doug Breese Series Final Points Standings: +25A: 1.Ben Graves 2.Brad Flament 3.Jeff Patel Jr +25B: 1.Julian Lapointe 2.Andy Heinecke 3.Robert Manke +30A: 1.Chad Cunningham 2.Brad Flament 3.Jeff Patel Jr +30B: 1.Julian Lapointe 2.Matt Hansford 3.Andy Heinecke +35A: 1.Chad Cunningham 2.David Stover 3.Dean Stover +35B: 1.Matt Hansford 2.Darrin Hill 3.Todd Christiansen +40A: 1.David Stover 2.Dean Stover 3.Roy Nafzger +40B: 1.David Yurko 2.Brian Bonner 3.Andrew Bussen +45A: 1.Jeff Patel 2.Roy Nafzger 3.Thomas Dretzka +45B: 1.Dan Haydin 2.Frank Dunn 3.Jay Calkins +50: 1.Michael Gilleran 2.Frank Dunn 3.Gary Behrens +55: 1.Tim Graves 2.Lynn Meyer 3.Harold Gooch +60: 1.Tim Graves 2.Bob Lewis 3.Don Hachmeister +25 Women: 1.Jolene Graves 2.Sandy Heilman 3.Kirsten Raemisch


Indianaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s David Stover in +35A at Motosports Park.


Strom stomps ‘em at Spring Creek Millville, Minnesota - October 11 By Rolfe Otterness

Luke Hempen (22x) and Mateo Johnson battling on their 65s.

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he 2010 Spring Creek Super Series launched as the last race of calender year 2009. Tayva Strom made her ‘10 debut a great one as she battled with the wild Shayanna Wilson for the win in the Girls 913 class, prevailing with two moto wins. Wilson led early in moto one, with Strom close behind for the first half of the moto. Strom put out a big effort and took over for the rest of the race. Jacqueline Riess and Kyra Boaz filled out the top four. Wilson shot out front again in moto two, but Strom took command on lap two, then went on for the win. Wilson couldn’t retake the lead and settled in for second. Reiss and Boaz repeated their first moto performances. These girls, and the rest of the hearty souls that partook of the fine sport of motocross enjoyed a nice cool fall day to finish off ‘09. The early morning temperature was below freezing and jackets and heavy gloves were a must for practice. By mid-afternoon it warmed up to semi tolerable, almost tropical compared to how the day started. About 260 entries pounded the track to get a jump on their season points over their more wimpy competitors who took a pass. Younger competitors were on a bit of a sugar-hangover as they got to do some early trick-or-treating after the awards ceremonies of the night before. Trey Moore of Center Point, Iowa put on a show in the 65cc 10-11 class. He holeshotted moto one and ran smoothly out front for the duration to take the win over Mateo Johnson and Luke Hempen. Alex Ingall managed to snare fourth over Austin Nelson. Moore absconded with moto two while Hempen and Johnson swapped first moto positions and ended up with second and third respectively.

Scott Steinle roosting the pack in +45A.

Nelson got the better of Ingall this time out and secured fourth overall with his 5-4 score. Jumping up a bit in the age scale to the mighty +45A class, Scott Steinle motored into the lead as the old boys ripped through turn one. David Spizman, sporting his new #7N, earned as a result of his summer vacation at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch, settled into pursuit with Donny Bonnicksen and Scott Cripps providing moral support. Steinle was not to be denied, and swept all the opposition with his determined ride. Moto two showed Spizman’s starting abilities were up to the task as he roosted into the lead. Steinle hounded Spizman closely for most of the moto, but Spizman prevailed for the victory. Bonnicksen retook third once

again and Lonny Brown displaced Cripps for fourth this time around. Gavin Faith showed that he would have mastery of the Open A class as he rounded turn one and sped off from the pack. Clayton Olson laid claim on the number two spot early in the race, and all was going well until he was disrupted in his quest by the ruts right before the tabletop finish line jump on lap three. James Ziolkowski inherited second and held on to the flag with Nathen Laporte finishing right on his tail. Olson recovered for fourth over Jeremy Hullett. Faith charged out front in moto two and was never seriously challenged. Action in the moto was provided by a three-way tussle with Laporte, Olson and Ziolkowski running in a tight formation. Ziolkowski made the most of the opportunity and held second at the flag with Olson and Laporte following. Hullett once again maintained fifth for the duration. Results: 50cc 4-6: 1.Gavin Tilford 2.Dillon Nelson 3.Conner Klemenhagen 4.Jake Vandal 50cc 7-8: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Jaxon Opitz 3.Max Earley 4.Kyle Williams 5.Drew Vandal 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Conner Klemenhagen 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Gavin Tilford 2.Dillon Nelson 3.Joshua Kisch 4.Jordan Opitz 65cc 7-9: 1.Brandon Moore 2.Maverick Engstrom 3.Bailey Kroone 4.Harrison Gulick 5.Joshua Boaz 65cc 10-11: 1.Trey Moore 2.Luke Hempen 3.Mateo Johnson 4.Austin Nelson 5.Alex Ingalls


Shayanna Wilson and Cloe Spaeth running in Supermini. 65cc 7-11: 1.Brandon Moore 2.Luke Hempen 3.Maverick Engstrom 4.Bailey Kroone 5.Payton Harrison 85cc 9-11: 1.Trey Moore 2.Alan Spaeth 3.Mateo Johnson 4.Luke Hempen 5.Devin Stang 85cc 12-15: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Henry Miller 3.Tyler Willing 4.Blaze Best 5.Josiah Hempen 85cc 9-12: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Henry Miller 3.Trey Moore 4.Alan Spaeth 5.Joseph Trom Supermini: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Henry Miller 3.Cody Williams 4.Tyler Willing 5.Blake Raskovich Schlby 12-16: 1.Joseph Dalzell 2.Brenton Barghahn 3.Dwight Dillon 4.Brady Rhode 5.Keenan Strom Jr 14-16: 1.Riley Kroone 2.Keenan Strom 3.Logan Lewis 4.Erik Dartsch 14-24A: 1.Gavin Faith 2.Dustin Harguth 3.Clay-

ton Olson 14-24B: 1.Bryce Backaus 2.Kurtis Endres 3.Matthew Zebro 4.Nathan Kohnke 5.Jeremy Dewall 14-24C: 1.Logan Lewis 2.Aaron Lindahl 3.Alexander Linders 4.Jessica Hadler 5.Jake Andrist +25A: 1.Michael Luoma 2.Timothy Zebro 3.Kiel Bormann 4.Scott Steinle 5.Mathew Dohrn +25B: 1.Chase Sellers 2.Gabe Harrison 3.Edward Kruger 4.Nathan Arndt 5.Justin Otto +30A: 1.Michael Luoma 2.Timothy Zebro 3.Kiel Bormann 4.Patrick Mcnamara +30B: 1.Nathan Arndt 2.Samuel Fattig 3.Justin Otto 4.Michael

Janovsky +30C: 1.Joel Lenz 2.Dean Patterson 3.Jay Lundberg +40A: 1.Patrick Mcnamara 2.Jay Mercill 3.Scott Steinle 4.David Spizman 5.Donald Bonnicksen +40B: 1.Brad Davis 2.James Lichliter 3.Jeff Fischer 4.Michael Janovsky 5.Timothy Walker +40C: 1.Jay Watts 2.Joel Lenz 3.Raymond Riedl 4.Mitchell Trom 5.Bob Hill +45A: 1.David Spizman 2.Scott Steinle 3.Donald Bonnicksen 4.Scott Cripps 5.Lonny Brown +45B/C: 1.James Lichliter 2.Jeff Fischer 3.Jay Watts 4.Michael Janovsky 5.Jay Calkins +50: 1.Lonny Brown 2.Gary Behrens 3.Jerry Dillon 4.Lynn Meyer 5.Vince Linders +55: 1.Lynn Meyer 2.Jerry Bumgardner 3.Mike Quinn Sr +60: 1.Mike Quinn Sr Girls 9-13: 1.Tayva Strom 2.Shayanna Wilson 3.Jacqueline Riess 4.Kyra Boaz 5.Kourtney Trautner Women: 1.Kayla Solheid 2.Jessica Hadler 3.Tayva Strom 4.Shayanna Wilson 5.Rebecca Wright 125cc 2-Str 12+: 1.Tyler Kuntz 2.Brady Rhode 3.Cody Breeden 4.Lucas Hegna 5.Brenton Barghahn 250A: 1.Gavin Faith 2.Dustin Harguth 3.Chad Johnson 4.Jeremy Hullett 250B: 1.Bryce Backaus 2.Kurtis Endres 3.Dwight Dillon 4.Riley Kroone 5.Kenneth Hempen Jr. 250C: 1.Tanner Anderson 2.Blake Raskovich 3.Blake Dixon 4.Ryan Schusted 5.Jake Andrist Open A: 1.Gavin Faith 2.James Ziolkowski 3.Clayton Olson 4.Nathen Laporte 5.Jeremy Hullett Open B: 1.Bryce Backaus 2.Dwight Dillon 3.Matthew Zebro 4.Kenneth Hempen Jr. 5.Jeremy Dewall Open C: 1.Tanner Anderson 2.Aaron Lindahl 3.Cody Steuck 4.Alexander Linders 5.Mark Zeidler

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Southfork Appreciation Day Taylorville, Illinois - Oct. 11 By James Pinckard

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ppreciation day at Southfork Dirt Riders is always filled with great games and prizes for everyone. Kids and adults won money, pop, and other prizes from games and drawings. Leroy stated, “I just wanted to say thank to everyone who came out to race with us this year, and I hope to just make things better for them and their families while they are at the races.” If I was to have guessed in advance of toady’s race, there would have been no way I would have expected they would race this weekend. It started to rain on Tuesday and didn’t let up until Friday. With some other area moto tracks not running, and with the Branson National becoming a boat race, riders made their way to Southfork and found that the crew packed the track before the rain and did not work it until Sunday morning, and in my opinion it was the best track we had all year! It was rough, and rutted with two or three lines in each corner, true motocross! One rider who has to appreciate being back at the track after missing most of the season was Zach Loehr. Back up to speed, Loehr swept all six motos he entered - taking the moto and overall wins in the 85Sr, SuperMini and 125. Another rider who has been missing from the local races is Suzuki rider Kyle Corman. “I have been racing the Nationals. I plan on riding the East coast Supercross and outdoor Nationals in 2010.” Corman easily set the fastest lap time of the day, and swept every moto he was in as well as the overall for the Open A, 250A and Four-stroke. With Kawasaki giving support to all the rounds of the Midwest Best Series, two Kawasaki riders who also swept their classes, Theodore Pauli (Open and 250B), and David Espinoza (+25 and +30A) took home some extra reward. The other bike company 32

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that supports the series is Husqvarna. In the +50 class Mark Rubenstein traded moto scores with Honda rider Rod Burger, giving Husky rider the overall win. Some of the best racing of the day came in the +40 class as Suzuki rider Gary Adams took the first moto win with Yamaha rider Kenny Bollmeier second. Third went to Todd Huston. In the second moto Bollmeier rocketed to the front of the pack taking the moto and overall win. Adams couldn’t match the pace and had to settle for second. Putting in a great race for the day after spending some time off with a sore knee, Huston took third in the moto and overall. Results 50cc (4-8): 1.Clayton Adams 2.Brett Ford 3.Spencer Whitney 4.Edgar Lewis 5.Ewan Krisch 50Jr: 1.Clayton Adams 2.Brett Ford 3.Spencer Whitney 4.Cole Dekker 5.Edgar Lewis . 50Sr: 1.Larry Smith 2.Joshua Johnson 3.Devin Simonson 4.Jacob Johnson 5.Joshua Franklin 65Jr: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Jason Gepford 3.Noah Watts 4.Devin Simonson 5.Jacob Johnson 65Sr: 1.Allison Walton 2.Jackson

Zach Loehr made a big impression winning six motos for three overalls.

+50 class winner Mark Rubenstein on his trick Husqvarna.


Miller 3.Gage Henson 85Jr: 1.Gaige Wallace 2.Bink Lewis 3.Carter Gordon 4.Parker Smith 5.Jacob Carlson 85Sr: 1.Zachary Loehr 2.Jacob Grafelman 3.Brian Krohn 4.Logan Skaggs 5.Keeze Carver Super Mini: 1.Zachary Loehr 2.Logan Skaggs 3.Jacob Grafelman 4.Gabriel Petri 5.Brett Bratsch Schlby: 1.Kyle Baum 2.Ryan Lash 3.Clayton Hackman 4.Anthony Ward 125cc: 1.Zachary Loehr 2.Ryan Lash 3.Anthony Ward 4.Tanner Smith 5.Clayton Hackman Open A: 1.Kyle Corman 2.Justin Freund 3.Adam Gulley 4.Aaron Gulley 5.Anthony Krivi Open B: 1.Theodore Pauli 2.Justin Brockman 3.Cody Vanbuskirk 4.Quentin Jones 5.Nick Neys Open C: 1.Hank Greenwalt 2.Gage Braley 3.Derrek Williams 4.Richard Cox 5.Luke Shafer 250A: 1.Kyle Corman 2.Aaron Gulley 3.Adam Gulley 4.Justin Freund 250B: 1.Theodore Pauli 2.Cody Vanbuskirk 3.Quentin Jones 4.Nick Neys 5.Kevin Westart 250C: 1.Dalton Abbott 2.Hank Greenwalt 3.Travis Walker 4.Luke Shafer 5.Gabriel Petri 14-24: 1.Cody Vanbuskirk 2.Ben Elson 3.Robert Pearson 4.Aaron Davis +25: 1.David Espinoza 2.Kenny Bollmeier 3.Cory Deadmond 4.Blake Young (Hus) 5.Jordan Krisch +30A: 1.David Espinoza 2.Kenny Bollmeier 3.Aric Walton +30B: 1.Terry Winterbauer 2.Donnie Henson 3.Eric Lawson 4.Todd Kollar

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Fun Valley Finale a Winner Montezuma, Iowa - October 17 By Mark Bonnell Photos by Missi Thede

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un Valley Moto-X held their last weekend of racing for the 2009 season on October 17th and 18th. This year’s month of October has proven to cold, and also one of the wettest on record. The temperatures slowly worked their way into the high 40’s on Friday and looked to hit the balmy mid 50’s and Saturday. This was enough to get the racers excited about getting one last chance to race the unique circuit. The weekend weather lived up to the forecast and allowed for great track conditions and exciting racing both days. In Saturday’s Supermini class, Brennon Myers got a great jump out of the gate to put his Honda in front by over three bike lengths by the time the riders made their way to the top portion of the track. Jordan Harnish, Taylor Simons and Travis Prier were close behind as the class flew over the huge uphill doubles. Chase Stevenson was the fastest rider in the whoops, and worked his way into third place by the end of the tricky section. As the pack of screaming Superminis headed for the fin-

Travis Prier in the second moto.

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soon suffered from a severe case of headshake ish-line, Stevenson used the outside line to get and hit the ground. Prier’s crash handed third past Harnish for second. Myers stretched his place to Simons, who was riding very well lead to seven seconds by he end of the second and looked to have the speed of the leaders. lap. Stevenson dug deep and slowly caught Stevenson was able to get within a second of Myers, but then Myers slid out and suddenly Myers on lap three, and the two were never found himself on the ground. He struggled to more than a second apart for the rest of the quickly get up and going as Stevenson made moto. In the end, it was Myers with the moto the pass. At the checkered flag it was Stevenand overall wins for the day. Stevenson son with Myers only seconds behind. Harnish crossed in a close second. Simons finished crossed the finish-line in a solid third place as third, but was beat out for the day by HarPrier and Simons rounded out the top five. nish’s 3-4 finishes. Allers rounded out the top Moto two in Supermini left the starting five with consistent 6-5 moto finishes. line just as the sun came out from behind the The rest of the weekend proved to be clouds. Myers once again nailed the start, filled with many more exciting races and only this time, Prier was right behind him. something for everyone to enjoy. The Fun Prier made a move for the lead by diving to Valley Moto-X crew even fed everyone Satthe inside in the first corner and went up the urday night, and provided entertainment for huge uphill section right next to Myers. Sithe many campers to enjoy. It was a great seamons and Stevenson were running third and son and from the sound of it, next year will be fourth. Kayla Allers suffered from a crash just even bigger. as the pack was starting to thin out and had some trouble getting back underway. As the first lap came to a close, Stevenson was Jordan Harnish and Taylor Simon once again able to make a going up the uphill triple. couple of quick passes into second behind Myers. Prier crossed the line in third, but


Saturday Results: 125 Open: 1.Chase Stevenson 2.Mark Bonnell 3.Kyle Barry 4.Cory Pestotnik 14-24B/C: 1.Mick Hesse 2.John Mc Nulty +25B/C: 1.Leland Bragg 2.Tim Mohror +25A: 1.Trent Meimann 250A: 1.Gavin Faith 2.Colin Hickman 3.Ty Tyrrell 4.Nick Bass 5.Maxwell Akerman 250B: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Shay Moore 3.Dylan Busby 4.Mick Hesse 5.John Mc Nulty 250C: 1.Jacob Harnish 2.Kevin Goette 3.Dakota Anderson 4.Kane Crawford 5.Cory Pestotnik +30A: 1.Barry Ream 2.Jim Johnson +30B/C: 1.Matt Morris 2.Jason Byers 3.Troy Pflughaupt 4.Mark Busby 5.Loren Miller +40B/C: 1.Matt Morris 2.Keith Olson 3.Anthony Gage 4.Joseph Seip 5.Dave Jackson +40A: 1.Bryant Ward 2.Barry Ream 3.Ernest Peterman 4.Jim Johnson 5.Mark Bonnell 50Jr: 1.Paxton Jobe 2.Jada Murphy 50Sr: 1.Hunter Utsler 2.Dylan Smith 3.Blake Hoag 4.Chase Cooper 5.Christian Farnsworth 65Jr: 1.Scki Rodites 2.Hunter Utsler 3.Kaleb Konrad 4.Dylan Smith 5.Kian Mc Keag 65Sr: 1.Quentin Thompson 2.Haylee Peterman 3.Damian Benson 85Jr: 1.Sam Tinkey 2.Keanan Tinkey 3.Damian Benson 4.Cass Mc Keag 5.Scki Rodites 85Sr: 1.Chase Stevenson 2.Brennon Myers 3.Travis Prier 4.Taylor Simons 5.Josh Crawford Open A: 1.Gavin Faith 2.Colin Hickman 3.Ty Tyrrell 4.Jed Seeman 5.Ryan Simonton Open B: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Shay Moore 3.Leland Bragg 4.Brian Jestrab 5.John McNulty Open C: 1.Dakota Anderson 2.Cody Ely 3.Dustin Roskop 4.Daniel Honderd 5.Joshua Davidson Schlby: 1.Brennon Myers 2.Kody Pirie 3.Jacob Harnish 4.Kevin Goette 5.Kyle Barry SuperMini: 1.Brennon Myers 2.Chase Stevenson 3.Jordan Harnish 4.Taylor Simons 5.Kayla Allers Women: 1.Marissa Busby 2.Marissa Cozine 3.Kayla Allers 4.Hailee Mc Donald 5.Ashley Prier Quad 50: 1.Tristen Liebe 2.Taron Liebe 3.Dylan Sereg 4.Bryce Wilson 5.Roderick Philipp Quad 90 CVT: 1.Brandon Hoag 2.Chance Nekola 3.Jessica Pelock Quad 90 Open: 1.Casey Beaver 2.Tanner Gipple 3.Sidney Roorda 4.Sam Steckly 5.Sky Volkamer Quad A Open: 1.Cameron Reimers 2.Dalton Hicks 3.James Mc Naul 4.Charlie Weber 5.Jacob Lawson Quad A Prod: 1.Cameron Reimers 2.Dalton Hicks 3.James McNaul 4.Charlie Weber 5.Jacob Lawson Quad B Open: 1.Spencer Roorda 2.Scott Criswell 3.Dustin Drozd 4.Christopher Hyle 5.Brandon Kunkel Quad B/C Prod: 1.Brandon Kunkel 2.Blake Kinney 3.Doug Ockerman Quad C Open: 1.Jason Ray 2.Randy Holliday 3.Andrew Johannes 4.Ryan Montgomery 5.Doug Ockerman Quad Jr: 1.Trenton Hood 2.Austin Voorhees

Brennon Myers on his way to Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s SuperMini class win.


we would like to congratulate all our team riders on their outstanding 2009 seasons! D17 Hare Scrambles

D17 Motocross

AA 1st Lee Lankutis 9th Daniel Janus Open A 1st Kyleer Vance 3rd Jeffrey Kaylor 4th Derek Toberman 8th Jay Hall +30 A 1st Clint Pherigo 2nd Oscar Rodriguez 5th Tim Farrell 10th John Ryan +40 A 3rd James Schmidt 5th Thomas Burtle 9th Raymond Devlin 86-200 B 1st Joshua Fehring 3rd Scott Sexton 7th Keagan Schmidt 8th Sean Sexton 201-Open B 4th Jerrod Marfell 6th Shane Harmon +30 B 1st Randy Southard +40 B 3rd Andy Garecht 6th Robert Marfell +50 8th Si Keith 201-Open C 2nd Steve Daniels 4th Justin Cox 85cc 7th Jarred Hall 50cc (7-8 yrs) 4th Dalton Garecht 9th Michael Burtle Women 1st Chelsea Marfell 4th Paige Garecht

14-24 10th Andy Jones +25 & Open A 1st Blake Young +40 1st Don Large +45 1st Don Large 8th Steve Kerber D17 Enduro AA 9th Daniel Janus 200 B 1st Chris Welch 4th Jeff Koniak 250 A 1st Dave Edsall 2nd Dan Ryan Open A 8th Jeff Kaylor Open B 1st Michael Westhoff Vet A 5th Tim Farrell 7th George Bolek 10th Terry Gerken Senior A 1st John Ryan 5th Dave Dupree 9th DJ Ryan 10th Darren Morgan Senior B 9th Charles Hoormann

ISDE Silver Medal & BJEC AA 2nd Lars Valin

D22 Enduro AA 1st Daniel Janus

D14&15 Enduro 250A 1st Michael Jolly


District 17 HS Championship Wedron, Illinois - October 4 By Nikki Dixon

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everal days of rain led up to the Fox Valley Off-Road Championship race, which was also the District 17 Hare Scramble Championship race. The track crew worked extra hard to drain as much as possible, scrape mud, and lay out a “flatter” course than normal, for the 240 rider turnout to enjoy. The 65 Beginner class started off the day with their parade lap, while the quads lined up in the west starting area. Both the early races found some mud, but the trails tacked up nicely for the rest of the day. For the big bike race, the C classes and +50 raced the normal 90 minutes, but the A and B classes ran for two hours at this championship round. Thirty quads kicked off the race day, with A-rider Shane Gaunt picking up a big holeshot in the first row start, and staying clean through the first turn, followed by +35 riders Kevin Johnson and James Hanchett. Gaunt dropped back to 27th overall at the first checkpoint. Johnson was out front as they completed the first lap, trailed by Hanchett, and A-riders Scott Burkitt and Roger Swim. Johnson led all riders until lap three, when Arider Swim became the overall leader, and stayed out front for the rest of the muddy eight lap race. Gaunt recovered to log the three fastest laps of the race for a second place finish in the A class. In +35, Johnson led the nine-rider class from start to finish, winning by over eight minutes. Hanchett ran second until lap six, when he had a problematic lap to finish his day. Bradley Holder took over second, and held the position to the checkered flag, completing all eight laps. Tony Kisper, Michael Lowry, and Dan Siener wrapped up the top five, all finished seven laps. David Johnson had the Quad B holeshot, followed by Andre Topper and Cody Toal. At the first checkpoint, Toal led the way, followed by Todd McGuire, Topper, Johnson, and Clayton Curce. Toal led until lap four,

when Johnson turned an 11:37 lap to move from third to first. Johnson stayed out front until a rough lap seven dropped him back to third. Toal regained the lead on his way to the checkered flag. Topper finished on the lead lap for second, followed by Johnson and Curce. Brandon Haly led the twelverider Quad C class into the woods, with Jake Black and Brandon Chapman in tow. Haly was still the leader at the first checkpoint, although Riley Brueggren was just five seconds back. Brueggren was the new leader as they completed the next lap, with Haly right on his rear tires through the checkpoint. Brueggren strung together eight consistent laps to inch away for the win, while Haly held on to the second spot. Chapman rounded out the top three, and was the final rider to complete eight laps. The nineteen rider 65 Beginner class took on a fresh course, as Aspen Park picked up the holeshot over Bryce Otterbach, Tanner Whipple, Doug Propper, and Nick Christman. Park was still out front at the first checkpoint, followed by Propper, Otterbach, Christman, and Haydon Schmidt, as the young riders navigated the slick course. Propper took over the lead on lap two, as he turned a 2:58 which was the fastest lap of the race. Schmidt moved into second, followed by Whipple, Justin Carr, and Colten Zuidema, as Park and Otterbach lost several spots. Propper had the slick course dialed, as he turned nine consistent laps to stay out front for the win. Zuidema was on the move, as he reeled in the second spot by lap four, and held onto the runner-up position to the checkers. Otterbach was as far back as tenth, but charged back up to third by the finish.

The quad riders get ready to kick off the race day.

+50 Rider Wally Mika was the only rider to win all five rounds at Fox Valley in ‘09.

Zuidema’s second place finish was enough to earn him the FVOR Championship. Travis Ward led the 85cc class as they completed the first lap, with nearly a minute gap back to Colt Converse, who was followed by Devon Frederick, Logan Kelly, and Riley Schuhler. Converse closed in on Ward’s rear wheel by lap four. They blazed through the trail over the final four laps, with Ward lead-


The 65 Beginner class getting final instructions.

ing by less than five seconds. The last lap was the fastest for both riders. Joey Fortune charged from seventh place on the first lap to finish third, and had the fastest individual lap times on four of the seven laps. After winning his first Thumper hare scramble at the previous race, Nicholas Broll led wire-to-wire at the championship round for his second win in a row. Broll had a twenty-two second lead at the first checkpoint, followed by John Conley, Scott Dixon, Mark Spizzirri, and David Hayes. Spizzirri had clutch problems on lap two, as he dropped back to seventh. Dean Holmstrom had bike problems, ending his race day. Spizzirri caught back up to Dixon mid-race, and the two diced for a lap, until Spizzirri logged the fastest lap of the race to move into third. Broll was unchallenged all race as he picked up a big win. Conley finished second, followed by Spizzirri who was just 20 seconds back at the checkered flag. Dixon held off a hard charge from Chris Hymers on the final three laps to finish fourth.

117 riders lined up in the west starting area for the big bike race. Shane Klimek led the AA class, and all riders, through the first checkpoint, followed by Jeremy Ott, and 86Open A riders Derek Toberman and Kyleer Vance. AA rider Trey Verado logged the fastest lap of the day on lap two, with an 11:53, to move into second, almost a minute behind Klimek. Verado continued to chip away at Klimekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lead over the first five laps, and moved into the lead at the end of lap five, with Klimek less than a second behind. Klimek regained the lead on the next lap, but Verado moved out front again on lap seven, and opened up a small lead over Klimek in the next three laps. Verado didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t register on the final lap, dropping him back to fifth overall, and handing the win to Klimek. Lee Lankutis, Ott, and David Stickel rounded out the top four in the two hour race, and all finished ten laps. The 86-Open A class had a solid turnout with twelve riders. Toberman and Vance led as they completed the first lap, just three sec-

onds apart, trailed by Rick Kinkelaar, Mike Capodre, and Timothy Reid. Vance took over the lead on lap two, as he clocked a 12:38, which was the fastest lap of the class. Vance consistently turned laps in the 12-minute range for all 10 laps to capture the win. Toberman held onto the second spot the whole race, and Jeff Kaylor rallied from a sixth place on lap one to finish third. Jeff Snedecore reeled in Kinkelaar for fourth. In +40A, Kenny Otterbach led at the first checkpoint, with Don Raschke one second back, while Jim Perry, James Wancket, and Thomas Burtle were running top five. Raschke moved out front on lap two, and battled with Otterbach for the first four laps, turning almost identical lap times. But Raschke opened up a one minute lead on lap five, and sprinted ahead in the two hour race to take the

Grant Bodmer finished second in 86-200C.

Tanner Whipple ran away with the 50 Senior win, leading all 10 laps. CYCLE USA, December 2009

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David Johnson led three laps in Quad B, and ended up third.

Dalton Garecht finished fourth in 50Sr.

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win, and was the only +40A rider to finish 10 laps. Otterbach, Burtle, and Wancket held their positions the whole race, while James Schmidt charged up from as far back as ninth, to wrap up the top five. John Horn charged into the +40B lead on the first lap, with Gregory Gourley three seconds back at the first checkpoint. Horn led Gourley again at the end of lap two, but Gourley took the lead on lap three. Gourley pushed ahead for a big win. Horn was in second through lap five, but didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t register on the transponder for the rest of the race. Robert Marfell caught and passed Steve Pickerill on the final lap for second, with Pickerill, Andy Garecht, and William Morsley completing the top five. Gary Peterson grabbed the holeshot in the +50 class, chased by Don Carqueville. Wally Mika went to work on the first lap to pass into the lead, just two seconds in front of Peterson at the first checkpoint. Mika and Peterson stayed close for the first few laps, until Mika starting pulling away for the win. Peterson secured second, followed by Carqueville in third. Rick Mahrt reeled in Steven Pawlak and David Moose to finish fourth, and Moose wrapped up the top five, all finishing on the lead lap. Mikaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s win made him the only rider to win all five rounds at the 2009 Fox Valley Off Road series. +30C had a solid turnout with seventeen riders. Doug Propper nailed the dead engine start to pull a big holeshot, followed by Matt Wamhoff. A couple of riders went down right before the first turn, including race favorite Steve Perkins. Brian Smith was the leader at the first checkpoint, chased by Ryan Gukewelle, Perkins, Propper, and Wamhoff. Smith stayed out front until lap four, when Gukewelle took over the lead. Gukewelle put it two 14:13 laps at the end of the race to secure the win, followed by Perkins and Smith. Bryan Clucas led the 201Open C class as they completed the first lap, with Steven Daniels just four seconds back. Clucas pulled ahead on lap two, and turned consistent laps to stay in

front for the win. On the final lap, Daniels logged the fastest lap of the class, but still finished a minute behind Clucas. Dustin Thompson rallied from an eight place on the first two laps to move into third on the final lap, and finish in front of Jason Drake. Results (*FVOR series Champion): 50Jr: 1.Jake Oelfke 2.Micah Alleman 3.Kyle Green* 4.Carter Holder 5.Ella Oelfke 50Sr: 1.Tanner Whipple* 2.Eli Otterbach 3.Luke Wamhoff 4.Dalton Garecht 5.Garrett Ward 65 Beg: 1.Doug Propper 2.Colten Zuidema* 3.Bryce Otterbach 4.Aspen Park 5.Tanner Whipple 65cc: 1.Mason Schuler* 2.Cody Barnes 3.Ronnie Beach 4.Matthew McDonald 5.Braxton Bill 85cc: 1.Travis Ward* 2.Colt Converse 3.Joey Fortune 4.Devon Frederick 5.Riley Schuhler AA: 1.Shane Klimek 2.2.Lee Lankutis 3.Jeremy Ott 4.David Stickel 5.Trey Verado* 86-Open A: 1.Kyleer Vance 2.Derek Toberman 3.Jeff Kaylor* 4.Jeff Snedecor 5.Rick Kinkelaar 86-200B: 1.Alec Perry 2.Ben Schmidt 3.Jay Capodice 4.Scott Sexton* 5.Joshua Fehring 201-Open B: 1.Alec Bill* 2.Shane Harmon 3.Jerrod Marfell 4.Travis Held 5.Scott Liebenberg 86-200C: 1.JJ Cones* 2.Grant Bodmer 3.Roy Clucas 4.Jordan Bill 5.Nicholas Broll 201-Open C: 1.Bryan Clucas* 2.Steven Daniels 3.Dustin Thompson 4.Jason Drake 5.Chris Wells +30A: 1.Clinton Pherigo* 2.Tim Farrell 3.Ron Beach 4.Oscar Rodriguez 5.Patrick McClure +30B: 1.Randy Southard 2.Jerry Oksas 3.Mark Ficek 4.Brian Roland* 5.Todd Brough +30C: 1.Ryan Gukewelle 2.Steve Perkins* 3.Brian Smith 4.Matt Wamhoff 5.John McCarrens +40A: 1.Don Raschke* 2.Kenneth Otterbach 3.Thomas Burtle 4.James Wancket 5.James Schmidt +40B: 1.Gregory Gourley* 2.Robert Marfell 3.Steve Pickerill 4.Andy Garecht 5.William Morsley +50: 1.Wally Mika* 2.Gary Peterson 3.Don Carqueville 4.Rick Mahrt 5.David Moose Thumper: 1.Nicholas Broll 2.John Conley 3.Mark Spizzirri* 4.Scott Dixon 5.Chris Hymer Vintage: 1.Ted Horn* 2.Kurt Stuart 3.Scott McKay Women: 1.Chelsea Marfell* 2.Veronica Martin 3.Hannah Keith 4.Nikki Dixon 5.Taylor Clark Quad A: 1.Roger Swim 2.Shane Gaunt 3.Scott Burkitt* Quad B: 1.Cody Toal 2.Andre Topper* 3.David Johnson 4.Clayton Curce 5.Todd McGuire Quad C: 1.Riley Brueggren 2.Brandon Haly 3.Brandon Chapman 4.Jason Noble 5.Jacob Bill Quad +35: 1.Kevin Johnson* 2.Bradley Holder 3.Tony Kispert 4.Michael Lowry 5.Dan Siener


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Mayhem strikes the Single Shock XR Championships start. By Bart Newman Buchanan, Michigan - October 18

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he 20th Annual Throttle Jockey Grass Race at RedBud was one to remember as a ton of riders - young, old, fast and not so fast all came out for a run at one of the most unique events in the country. And many of them left the trophy line with a smile and an armload of prizes, gathered and provided by Throttle Jockey. Nearly 750 entrants pulled in behind the gate for a little fall fun. On the big track it was Nick Vaughn showing some blazing speed taking a pair of wins in the +25 class over James Thompson and Corey Parlin. The XR races were once again king on the little track; in Twin Shock action it was Ronnie Weatherholt who crossed the finish line with the lead while in the Single Shock race it was young gun Michael Donzal grabbing the gold. The Grass Race would not be complete without the Widowmaker class, a gate full of once-a-year racers anxious to put in their two motos for 2009. Mostly it is just a bunch of Tim Ritchie’s buddies, and RedBud sponsors looking for a chance to have a little fun and moto with RedBud’s track man. Fast guy Darrick Stevens (1-1) took the win ahead of Carl Bowling (2-2) and Gregg Watson (7-3) which was no small feat as the top ten in moto one were forced to start moto two backwards. In the Twin Shock XR class it was Jeff Venekamp that would pull the pack around turn one but he had company as Weatherholt, in full retro LaRocco MSR gear, put the #56 Honda on the inside of turn one and went to work with Mark Hartig in pursuit. Venekamp was quick from the get go but Weatherholt was coming off a podium finish in the single shock class and wanted to improve on that finish. Weatherholt made his move and took the 42

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lead for his first wins in many tries in XR Championships. Third place was Michael Donzal who along with Grandfather John Sams logged nearly 600 miles to run the XR classes! Jay Wagner finished fourth, one spot ahead of Curtis Hedges who rounded out the top five. When the gate dropped on the Single Shock class all hell broke loose as Rui Azevedo got a great jump off the gate and got under the elbow of “Mad” Mike Butler, lifting the front wheel of the parts peddler’s XR off the ground. The resulting chain reaction took out fellow favorites Ron Kleckner and Jay Wagner. Donzal used this to his advantage as the young speedster was alone out front. Azevedo (son of XR Championship founder Oscar Azevedo) battled with Weatherholt for the last three laps as Weatherholt was able to recover well from the collateral damage of the early moto mealy. The RedBud Grass race was hands down one of the most fun events of the 2009 season. A different track layout each season, a huge rider turnout and a reunion-like atmosphere continue to fuel the tradition; this race seems to gain momentum with each season. The legend of Connie Feist continues as the Indiana speedsters took the overall in two of the three vet classes he entered, including one over the author of this story. He passed me in both +45 motos, feet on the pegs, standing up and going inside of me each time - humiliating. I am sure that the Throttle Jockey boys and the rest of us old school fans will be back in 2010 for the 21st running of the Grass Race. Have a great winter, and we’ll see you in the spring.

Results: 125B/C: 1.Logan Dubbs 2.Brian Nelson 3.Joey Suges 4.Travis Jabaay 5.Jeff Walker 14-24: 1.Eric Senk 2.Eric Saunders 3.Brett Wagner 4.Christopher Bach 5.Matt Bell +25: 1.Nicholas Vaughn 2.James Thompson 3.Corey Parlin 4.Kirk Newman 5.Casey Wood 250A: 1.Gregory Durivage 2.Dustin Pulley 3.Eric Saunders 4.Tyler Phend 5.Ean Hescher 250B: 1.Eric Senk 2.Matt Hillsburg 3.Travis Davidson 4.Zack Scott 5.Austin Wagner 250C: 1.Jeffrey Thode 2.Dominic Belardinella 3.Trent Faber 4.Matt Swetland 5.Ryan Hastings +30: 1.John Grewe 2.Corey Parlin 3.Darick Stevens 4.Steven Mcqueen 5.Matt Davis +35: 1.Connie Feist 2.Jay Wagner 3.Bryan Hoffman 4.Scott Kirkpatrick 5.Aaron Tobias +40: 1.John E Grewe 2.Connie Feist 3.Bart Newman 4.Bryan Hoffman 5.Scott Kirkpatrick +45: 1.Connie Feist 2.Bart Newman 3.Rick Walsworth 4.Todd Flickinger 5.Robert Wagner 50Jr.Non Points: 1.Jared Stombaugh 2.Caleb Hoffman 3.Jay Stevens 50Jr.: 1.Damon Nadrasik 2.Kaden Parmley 3.Colin Brady 4.Ryan Essenburg 5.Preston Barngrover 50 Sr. Non Pts: 1.Coby Dean 2.Adam Martin 50Sr.: 1.Thomas Neumann 2.Zachary Mcclenny 3.Beans Tilma 4.Eric Essenburg 5.Daemien Vaughn 50 Trail: 1.Shayne Reisinger 2.Cullen Vanekamp 3.Nicholas Boyd 4.Logan Vass 5.Caleb Brady 50+: 1.Larry Witmer 2.David Benson 3.Rick Walsworth 4.Jeff Patel Sr 5.James Binder 50ss 4-8: 1.Kaden Parmley 2.Gregory Stewart 3.Cameron Martin 4.Sylas Wendel +60: 1.William Stephenson 2.Jim Adent 3.David Buzalski 65 7-11: 1.Ashton Hayes 2.Matthew Carpenter 3.Brandon Caldwell 4.Dylan Sands 5.Jake Weems 65 7-9: 1.Jett Janowski 2.Mason Schaendorf 3.Braden Groves 4.Darius Comfort 5.Thomas Neumann 65 Beg: 1.Logan Vass 2.Chase Hanson 3.Bronson Jensen 85 9-13: 1.Jacob Williamson 2.Ashton Hayes 3.Rody Schroyer 4.Hunter Burnham 5.Brandon Caldwell 85 Beg: 1.Evan Nightingale 2.Aaron Dean 85C: 1.Travis Winter 2.Alex Lantz 3.Jake Weems 4.Kyle Zuccarini 5.Billy Wilhoit 85Jr.: 1.Jacob Williamson 2.Ashton Hayes 3.Hunter


Burnham 4.Michael Witkowski 5.Matthew Carpenter 85Sr.: 1.Jacob Behringer 2.Rody Schroyer 3.Sean Miller 4.Alex Witkowski 5.Matt Klann Evolution: 1.Chad Pistol 2.Steven Baginski 3.Frank Croley 4.Ryan Follmar 5.Daniel Carlton Innovation: 1.Allan Doneth 2.Rui Azevedo 3.Frank Croley 4.Jay Wagner 5.Taylor Crambell NonCur: 1.Kenneth Alderden 2.Thomas Zielinski Jr 3.Joshua Lenz 4.Monty Craven 5.Rick Gorney Open A: 1.Christopher Bach 2.Gregory Durivage 3.Dustin Pulley 4.James Thompson 5.Eric Saunders Open B: 1.Eric Senk 2.Matt Hillsburg 3.Asa Vandermolen 4.Kirk Newman 5.Rui Azevedo Open C: 1.Mitchell Highbaugh 2.Dominic Belardinella 3.Ryan Hastings 4.Tyler Grewe 5.Brandon Bragg Open D: 1.Curt Zimmer 2.Chris Merrill 3.Garry Oliver 4.Terry Jamieson 5.Samuel Spaulding Schlby 1: 1.Dillon Finley 2.Jeff Walker 3.Bailey Haefner 4.Logan Dubbs 5.Jacob Behringer Schoolboy 2: 1.Dillon Finley 2.Kyle Hillsburg 3.Jarred Williams 4.Nathyn Allen 5.Tyler Redmon

SuperMini: 1.Connar Troyer 2.Sean Miller 3.Travis Bassage 4.Joey Shelton 5.Lindsay Mason Trailblazer Jr.: 1.Anna Kirkpatrick 2.Trey Pinks Trail Sr.: 1.Damon Manning 2.Jeffrey Venekamp Vet Sport: 1.Paul McCoy 2.Robert Rau 3.Christian Rau 4.Michael Jenks 5.Michael Bladecki Vintage 74 & 0lder: 1.Eric Muffley 2.Aaron Williams 3.Kevin Stone 4.Steven Baginski 5.Tom Male Vintage Schlby: 1.Bryan Wanke Widowmaker: 1.Darrick Stevens 2.Carl Bowling 3.Gregg Watson 4.Jeff Hazdra 5.Chris Hayes Wobbler Adv: 1.Brayden Rebey 2.Rylan Rebey Wobbler: 1.Casey Miller 2.Ryan Burns 3.Madolyn Smith 4.Dominic Felty 5.Tory Subart Women Jr.: 1.Lindsay Mason 2.Lindsey Ryzewski 3.Katie Haefner Women Sr.: 1.Meghan Jordan 2.Sami Sisinger 3.Ashlee Sokalski 4.Cady Van Cura 5.Kelci Bassage

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RGN riders in the starting gate.

Lake Mills, WI - October 10 By Dave Hollub

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ztalan Cycle Club was again invaded by the hardcore and sometimes wacky Regional Grand National riders as they staged the eighth leg of their ten event series. This time it was motocross, and after a morning warming up during the open practice, they slipped into the starting gates. The one common factor whenever the RGN series shows up is you never really know what to expect to see out on the track. Since the series offers bonus points to the riders that compete in each event on the same bike, I was watching for the 500 pound 100 horsepower KTM 950 Adventure piloted by Craig Johnson. He maneuvered that beast through the harescrambles course in July, and sure enough there he was in the gate for a go at moto. Sitting there alongside the more conventional ‘dirt bikes’ this beast looked like

the ugly stepchild, but soon Johnson was going to show it could perform the required duties today. Unfortunately when the gate dropped Johnson was passed by many of the conventional bikes but he held his own, finishing the race. For those unfamiliar with the RGN, here is the concept of the series (from the website at www.rgnrace.com) “A few years back Juan the Migrant and Caveman Dave were looking over the various racing schedules for the coming summer, and they thought: "Wouldn't it be cool if racing wasn't so specialized, and racers raced a variety of events, like back in the day with the Grand Nationals?" Back then to earn the #1 plate a rider had to compete in many events, including dirt track and road racing. This idea then expanded into our current format which is basically, one of every kind of moto race available. So we have now a series comprised of eleven events, all of which are inexpensive and accessible.”

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Dual Sportin’ at The Big woods 200 Wabeno, Wisconsin - September 26/26 By Gordon Lunde

The Wabeno fairgrounds fill up over the day and evening until most of the grounds are all in northern Wisconsin is a great time covered with tents, campers, to celebrate the outdoors and motorcymotor homes, travel trailers and cling. There’s no better way to do that motorcycles of every brand and than join the 120 plus riders in the Big Woods size. The local motels fill up 200 dual sport ride. with riders and, of course, the Friday is fun day. You can ride all the several bars on Main St. (State local roads and trails all day on your own. Of Hwy 32) are full of riders plancourse if you do talk nice to the organizers, ning the next days’ assault on they may just get you an early roll chart or trails and friends. GPS coordinates to follow the planned route KTM Motorcycles for Saturday. brought their full line of off road/dual sport bikes again this year and provided demo rides on Friday at Mark Charlton’s Our dedicated vintage rider does a little fine tuning. land, just outside of town. Many people took advantage of to climb. Several large rocks in the middle of this opportunity to ride all the KTM toys. the hill left riders with few options to make Saturday morning started with riders’ the grade. A few in my group got caught up in meeting where John Newton laid out the day’s the middle with rear tires unable to grip the activities, suggestions, and warnings. He reslick rocks. This caused a bit of a back up as minded the riders that we all needed to behave other riders had to dismount and help riders out on the trails, respect nature and the land in front of them. All part of the fun and chalowners that allow us to use their properties for lenge everyone expects and looks forward to. this ride. With only a little rain Friday evening, the After the meeting, everyone headed for warnings of large mud holes proved to be their machines and got ready to venture out false. The dry weather we have been experiinto the north woods and Nicolet National encing this year and the past couple of years Forest. Friday night the skies opened just has taken some of the “extra” fun out of this enough to grease up some sections of the trail. event. A good mud bog does wonders to keep Of course, the very first single track we hit the riders entertained and challenged. was slimy stuff which caused several riders to Lunch on the trail Saturday was again This is a rider-friendly go down. held at the Silver Cliff American Legion fund events that everyone can The first hero section turned out to be the raiser/chili feed. This is a great stop to sample enjoy. My lovely bride Laurel sure did. most difficult, having a nice rock covered hill some of the 30 chilis cooked up by legion supporters. They have it all, beef, steak, venison, buffalo, elk, bear, chicken, spicy and mild, about any chili you could ask for is here. The entry to the Big Woods includes Saturday lunch, Saturday evening steak dinner and Sunday morning breakfast. The afternoon ride continued through this beautiful area with a great mix of paved roads, fire roads, two track, single track, and at points, it seemed like no track. All great fun to ride and dice with your friends. The folks from BMW of Milwaukee attended with a couple of their latest offerings for off-road riding, namely the 450X, F650GS and an F800GS. The bikes drew much attention from fellow riders wherever they were parked. At the end of the day, with bikes parked, the fun began at the fairgrounds. A splendid rib eye steak dinner was served and the bar was busy keeping these thirsty travelers sated. Perhaps a few too much so, but that’s all part of the The scenic back roads are at times, just as enjoyable as any trails.

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As is the Ride for Research in spring, this run is also a fund raiser and the club donated $2,000, split between the Wabeno Police Dept. Canine Unit and the local food pantry. I hope to see you in Spring 2010 for the Ride For Research! John Erdman runs the new BMW 450X through some fresh trail.

Milwaukee BMW displayed some new iron.

party. An auction and raffles kept everyone busy for several hours and a lot of people walked away with some very nice prizes. Of course, the mandatory campfire roared into life later in the evening to take a little chill out of the air and kept people mesmerized with flame watching into the wee hours of Sunday morning. One can only imagine the ride stories floating around that group……. Sunday morning is not Sunday without the breakfast served at the local church. The group of ladies serves up a grand breakfast for us and uses the proceeds to send a group of

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students to a camp each year. Sunday’s ride is a bit more relaxed than Saturday’s (that’s a good thing), but still a great time through gorgeous countryside with fall colors in full splendor. If you haven’t tried dual sport riding yet, you need to get out and join a run like this. It’s well organized, fun, and you’re sure to make new friends over the weekend. As one of the riders with me (this being his first event) stated, “ I can see how a guy can get hooked on this stuff real easy.” Congratulations to Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders for another super “Big Woods 200!”

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very decade or so a new product is introduced that truly makes a difference to the sport. Usually it is some device or modification that helps improve your riding. But the truly significant ones in my opinion are those that help reduce injuries, or the severity of an injury. Chest protectors and knee braces were among the first, then came the neck brace and now we have the helmet Eject system. This system is highly effective based on my experiences this season. Having used it on more than one occasion, I am convinced that we saved at least two racers from severe and life changing injuries. What on earth is a helmet eject system? Simply put it is a small mylar bag that is folded flat and inserted in the top of your helmet with an air tube that comes out the lower rear or side of the helmet. In the event of a crash, if we are at all concerned about a neck injury we can inflate the bag with air via bulb pump or CO2, and it will force the helmet up off of the head with out emergency personnel having to move the head or neck at all. As you all know if a helmet fits correctly it takes effort and force to get it on and to take it off. In the presence of neck injury the force necessary to remove a helmet can and has caused further damage to the spinal column. This simple device eliminates the need to tug off a helmet, helping assure no additional

damage is done to the injured racer. Designed by a racer, this product is one of the most revolutionary products to be introduced to the racer. Currently there is a nation wide training program being implemented to introduce all paramedic, and EMT’s to the use of the product. There is a proposal before the AMA congress that would mandate the training and use of the device for all medical personnel at AMA sanctioned events. It is required to be installed in the helmet of every Pro Motocross racer at AMA events. To me that makes the statement that this is a valuable safety feature. Another plus to the helmet Eject system is its cost. At approximately $60 it may be the most inexpensive modification you ever buy. Add to that the reduction in serious injury, and it almost becomes a no - brainer, as to having the system installed. As a racer and licensed

health care provider I am in a good position to evaluate, use, and determine the usefulness of products such as this. In my three decades of racing and riding, the Eject system and neck brace are by far the most significant advances we have seen to reduce severe injury. We all love this sport with a passion, but as Chad Reed says “you have to be in the race to be in contention.” This product can make the difference between returning to ride another day or never riding again. It is available at full service motorcycle shops or accessory shops nation wide. By Michael Quinn CRNA MNA Chairman AMA District 23

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Aztalan beats cold to finish season Lake Mills, WI - October 11 By Dave Hollub

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here was frost on the ground as some diehard racers crawled out of their tents and began preparing for practice come Sunday morning. As usual, once the first bikes fired up and began heading for the start of practice everyone began warming up in anticipation of the day’s racing. By the time practice was over the temperature had climbed above freezing. The Non Current class was first to take the gate drop for big bikes, and William Menzel was first to round the holeshot with Kevin Kruchten right on his back wheel. As everyone hit the plateau on lap one it was Tom Ferguson now in second and Kruchten third. In the barn section Ferguson made his move and slipped out front and began putting a little breathing room behind him. Kruchten now began closing in on Menzel, but he just couldn’t find an opening to get by. Ferguson took the win with Menzel second. In moto two Ferguson grabbed the holeshot, and right away started to gain some room Chelsey Bill riding well in the Women’s class.

on the rest of the class. Menzel was running second, but Kruchten got by on lap two and soon Robby Laurin was running third with Ryan Kasch and Sean Kennedy close behind. In the West section on lap three Kasch found an opening and got by Laurin to take third place to the finish. Ferguson (1/1) took the overall win with Kruchten (3/2) second and Laurin (4/4) third. As Unlimited A rolled down the start straight it was Brad Behrens out front with Ryan Hughson on the inside and Joseph Dretzka on the outside. Dretzka slipped back in the pack, but Hughson was all over Behrens as they came over the plateau on lap one. Despite Hughson shoving a wheel in every chance he got, Behrens held onto the lead. Jason Erd-

Matthew Meyers in Sportsman B/C.

mann was running third, then Dretzka fought his way into third and was closing on the leaders by the end of the second lap. On lap three the top three were all airborne together over the plateau with Behrens defending every line as best he could. On lap four Hughson jumped past Behrens, and into the lead. Dretzka slipped past Behrens in the barn section to hunt Hughson. Dretzka made it past Hughson on the white flag lap and held the lead to the finish. Scott Zont had the advantage off the start in moto two narrowly beating Dretzka onto the track. Behrens was able to slip in from a fourth place holeshot position to take the lead right away. Dret-

zka got by Behrens midway through lap two and started pulling away. Hughson was now in third with Zont close behind. At the end of lap three, Zont got by Hughson and then by Behrens to grab second. Dretzka took the moto win as well as the overall with Behrens (3/3) in second and Hughson (2/4) third overall. When Women’s class hit the track Kirsten Raemisch was first around the holeshot with Brittany Curelo charging hard just behind her. Raemisch began distancing herself from the rest of the class. Ashley Densow was holding third in front of Chardee Tovar and Jade Wennlund. On their third lap Sierra Dortch was closing in on Wennlund, and then in the scoring area she made her move to fifth. By the end of the race Dortch had also caught and passed Tovar to finish fourth. In moto two Raemisch was again there to grab the holeshot, this time with Wennlund in second. Densow was into second quickly. Curelo had gone down and was at the back. The battles tightened on lap two as Densow was in front of Raemisch and CYCLE USA, December 2009

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Tom Ferguson (#728) grabs the Non-Current moto two holeshot.

Dortch was challenging Wennlund for third. On lap three Raemisch retook the lead and Dortch got by Wennlund. Then on lap four Densow went down leaving second wide open for Dortch and the hard charging Curelo had moved up into third place. Raemisch was first to the checkers. The overall win went to Raemisch (1/1), Curelo (2/3) took second, and Dortch (4/2) finished up the podium. The +50 class just never seems to show their age and slow down, with today being a perfect example as Tim Boblin grabbed the moto one holeshot. Allen Brhely was second around the corner followed closely by Daniel

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Glowacki. Midway through lap one Dietmar Cobian had moved into third place with Edward Mehring now in fourth. On lap three Cobian began feeling solid challenges from both Mehring and Greg Niles. Mehring found a slot to slip past in the west section and took over third while Niles moved into position on Cobianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rear wheel. By the time everyone came past the start straight on lap four it was Mehring, Niles, and then Cobian all within a few bike lengths. The moto two holeshot belonged to Brhely, but Boblin quickly moved out front. As they came over the plateau it was Boblin, Brhely, and Niles. Cobian moved past Niles on lap two and the running order stayed the same to the finish. Boblin took the overall with 1/1 finishes, while Brhely (2/2) took a solid second and Cobian grabbed third overall. Joshua Philbrick launched his Yamaha around the holeshot first to take the Sportsman B/C moto one. On the first flight over the plateau Trevin Simes was second and Kyle Dunkin third. Kyle Olson in fourth, was feeling pressure from Todd Waege and

Cody Behrens. By the start of lap two Dunkin began going to work on Simes, sticking a wheel in on him in every corner. Simes did not let up and defended each advance to hang on to second to the finish. Behrens moved into fourth in the west section on lap three, then held off Waege to the finish. Nate Mierzwa took a big holeshot in moto two followed by Dunkin. Waege was quick to take away the lead but by the time he came around the start straight on lap two Dunkin was bar to bar with him. Over the next double Dunkin got the extra traction and jumped into the lead. Behrens was now closing in and by the third trip over the plateau he was out front. Behrens (4/1) took a hard fought overall with Dunkin (3/2) second and Simes (2/3) third. In Senior +40 Frank Weiss edged out Thomas Dretzka for the moto one holeshot. As two longtime Aztalan members, both of these riders know every fast line on the track, and Dretzka was using them all trying to get past. Weiss countered every move Dretzka made and held on to the lead to the finish of moto one. Meanwhile Michael Namowicz was running third but soon Tom Ferguson was pushing his way past, where he would stay for the next couple of laps. Paul Marescalco made a mid air pass on his first trip over the plateau to take the fourth slot and then set out after Ferguson. On lap two both Ferguson and Marescalco were in the air at the same time and Ferguson now had his hands full holding off Marescalco while trying to close the gap between him and the leaders. On lap three in the east end Marescalco finally slipped into third where he stayed to the finish.


The holeshot for moto two went to Dretzka with Kris Grosskreuz second and Weiss third. This moto belonged to Dretzka as it was Weiss’s turn to try every line to get by into the lead. Grosskreuz was running a solid third until Jeff Ramsey found the fast line through the rhythm section leading and made the pass. Marescalco got by Grosskreuz and then started chasing Ramsey, finally getting by. Dretzka took the moto two win as well as the overall. The October race at Aztalan is the Schuessler/ Leonard Memorial which is dedicated to two young riders that lost their battles with cancer and this year it hit home as long time member and club MX Referee Pete Degrand begins his battle with the disease. Motosports Factory sponsored a raffle of a helmet and jersey signed by many of the racers at

the AMA Millville National and the funds raised were presented to Degrand to help in his battle. Ever the dedicated official, Degrand was present to conduct the riders’ meeting, and watch some of the racing early in the day. It was obvious Degrand was itching to be out there banging bars, and everyone is looking forward to his return to the track as soon as possible. As the final race of the season, Aztalan wants to thank everyone that came out this year, whether as short trackers, harescramblers, motocrossers, or fans... because without you the club wouldn’t exist. Aztalan is also hoping everyone is putting us on their schedule for 2010, and wants you to know the racing will be even better than ever. See you next year!!

Matthew McGrath shows the colors in Open A.

Dalton Hein went 1/1 to take the 50Sr. overall.

Results: 250A: 1.Scott Zont 2.Sam Long 3.Brad Behrens 4.Joseph Dretzka 5.Jason Erdmann 250B: 1.Joshua Philbrick 2.Tylor Skodras 3.William Lafon 4.Kyle Pallin 5.Kyle Olson 250C-1: 1.Zachary Masch 2.Brandon Simes 3.Justin Williams 4.Dylan Denruiter 5.Cody Sikorski 250C-2: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Cameron Cochran 3.Ryan Hinners 4.AJ Meidl 5.Maxwell Malkmus Sports B/C: 1.Cody Behrens 2.Kyle Dunkin 3.Trevin Simes 4.Todd Waege 5.Kyle Olson Open A: 1.Sam Long 2.Joseph Dretzka 3.Jason Erdmann 4.Joshua Marescalco 5.Matthew McGrath Open B: 1.Trevin Simes 2.Cody Behrens 3.Todd Waege 4.Matthew Meyers 5.Ryan Cox Open C: 1.Zachary Masch 2.Brandon Simes 3.Ryan Hinners 4.Tyler Stoll 5.Eli Siordia Women: 1.Kirsten Raemisch 2.Brittany Curelo 3.Sierra Dortch 4.Chardee Tovar 5.Brenda Garland Unlimited A: 1.Joseph Dretzka 2.Brad Behrens 3.Ryan Hughson 4.Scott Zont 5.Jason Erdmann +25A: 1.Karter Busse 2.Jason Warner 3.Matt Albrecht 4.Frank Weiss 5.Chris Barriere +25B: 1.James Kruse 2.Kevin Kruchten 3.Gabe Kohlmeyer 4.Benjamin Schweighardt 5.Michael Cox +30B: 1.James Kruse 2.Aaron Miller

3.Keath Pusch 4.Michael Namowicz 5.Kevin Kruchten +35A: 1.Jason Warner 2.Frank Weiss 3.Thomas Dretzka 4.Mark Marescalco 5.Tom Ferguson +40: 1.Thomas Dretzka 2.Frank Weiss 3.Paul Marescalco 4.Jeff Ramsay 5.Brian Terry +45: 1.Thomas Dretzka 2.Jeff Ramsey 3.Tim Boblin 4.Mike Halder 5.George Tabalske +50: 1.Tim Boblin 2.Allen Brhely 3.Dietmar Cobian 4.Greg Niles 5.Edward Mehring 50Jr.: 1.Kane Harpster 2.James Schmeling 3.Luke Parker 4.Braden Warner 5.Jason Waki 50Sr.: 1.Dalton Hein 2.Jacob Chroge 3.Mitchell Nooyen 4.Brady Harbort 5.Seth Doeberlein 65: 1.Jamison DuClos 2.Tristin Toney 3.Stephen Myra 4.Zack Szohr 5.Brady Bill 85Jr: 1.Jamison DuClos 2.Bryce Telfer 3.Tristin Toney 4.Brady Bill 5.Cody Graham 85Sr.: 1.Andy Kost 2.Justin Wolf 3.Dustin Sikorski 4.Jake Seipel 5.Maxwell Malkmus 125Jr: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Andy Kost 3.Cameron Cochran 4.Jonathon Kraemer 5.Cody Fredrick Non-Cur: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Kevin Kruchten 3.Robby Laurin 4.Sean Kennedy 5.William Menzel

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Midwest VMX slides into Sunset ridge Walnut, Illinois - October 10 By Jim Ryan

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ain, rain, rain, and then cold was the forecast for the week leading up to the season finale for the 2009 Sunrise Chevrolet Midwest VMX Championship at the fabled â&#x20AC;&#x153;Grass Track of Sunset Ridgeâ&#x20AC;?. The rains cleared out on Friday, followed by a partly cloudy race morning on Saturday with temperatures around freezing. Brrr! If that wasn't enough to give you pause, a couple of the racers buried their vehicles in the pits upon Clint Landis grabs a big holeshot. arrival. We're here to do spending too much time sideways! The long what?! However, our racers are a tough (thick travel and modern riders had a speed, brake headed) tribe and once our gracious host and corner fest as they spent the whole race dragged the hapless participants out of the on terra somewhat firma. mire and away from their fires, we were able The girls came out to play although to get underway. points leader Becky Hayes was out with a Turnout was good, with the usual susbroken hand from a bar bashing bruhaha pects and some new faces attending including while she and hubby Crazy Fast Craig were Dave Zigmont, a VMX'er all the way from Atat the ISDT in Ohio. Cymantha Corey took lanta GA, who kept telling us about a nice dry advantage of her absence and finished 1/1 in race he attended the prior weekend with sunher races. Jarett Winder returned to mix it up shine and 75 degrees, blah, blah, blah. with Jon Landis but his knee was still giving Jan Pistole and her crack team of sign up him grief so he wasn't 100%. specialists quickly whipped our bunch into The Anderson Army made the trek from order while track maestro Bob Pistole anasoaked St Louis to have Richard (Anderson) lyzed the layout and decided the creek and flat the Husky Hearted successfully defend his titrack jump sections were out because it was tles for another year. Cody (Anderson) hanjust too wet. This made for a shorter track dled his classes, Rob Landis gave him a run which was made up for by adding laps. After for it, but his 250f wasn't up to Cody's 2 a parade lap to get a groove into the new secsmoke. Watch out Pop, someone's going to be tions, the riders started to rip it up and mix in stumping for a 450. Philip (Anderson) was the mud. There's nothing quite like a wet grass able to cruise to his title in Modern Schooltrack to test your traction! boy. In true old school fashion, the start was Mike Hogan and Eric Bullard were flaphand on helmet which is a great equalizer (unping their jaws and flinging the mud from less you have an auto clutch, you know who start to finish with Hogan cleaning up. If Eric you are!). would have only made one more race..... The vintage riders had the early advanClint Landis was as stylish as ever, even tage with lower bikes and less power. They though he switched from Red to Yellow, takwere able to make good lap times without ing two 2/2's. Sometimes that rock and roll

lifestyle will get you. We'll give him slack in one of those because our Grand National Champ Sean Eisen ditched school to come back and open a can of Whoop A** on Clint. Paul Jensen took a break from catching babies to grab a couple of 1/1's on the highly modified fire breathing SL125 and to trench a moat around the track with the XR500 (that's 500 pounds). Speaking of babies, Robert Zacks, who was doing his Ironman imitation running three classes and spending a half hour kicking a 430 Husky, will need all of his endurance as he is expecting his first kid at the end of the month. Who has a car seat we can mount on his Penton? As the day cooled off so did the riders. We all had to save some energy for the awards banquet. We closed up shop at the track, again a wonderful event hosted by the Pistole's of Sunset Ridge, and set our sights on the restaurant. Our grand group of motorcycle misfits descended on Konz in Walnut, IL to put on the feedbags, continue tall tales and await the year-end trophies. Mitch Winder, president of Midwest VMX, was the MC for the night, handling the season recap with help from his questionable assistant Jarrett. They gave out a barn full of door prizes, enough for everyone and then some. The prizes this year were

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rington. provided by Mike Hogan of Sunrise Evo/Revo 40+ Exp: 1.Jack Tayor Chev, Craig Maasdam of Fastrax 2.Clint Landis 3.Dave Edsall Motorsports, Western Power Evo/Revo 40+ Inter: 1.Mitch Winder 2.Chris Erskine Sports, Fly Racing and Metal Evo/Revo 50+ Exp: 1.John Bacher. Medics. A quick shout out and Evo/Revo 50+ Inter: 1.Leroy Weaver thanks to our other series sponsors, 2.Barry Eisen 3.Ron Garrington. Evo/Revo Exp: 1.Craig Hayes Keytime Motorsports and Duffy’s Evo/Revo Inter: 1.Richard Anderson. Collectable Cars. Evo 125 Inter: 1.Don Johnson. Class champions were Evo 250 Exp: 1.Sean Eisen 2.Clint Landis. crowned with some of our more Evo 250 Inter: 1.John Hardin 2.Tim dedicated racers claiming two or Smith 3.Richard Anderson 4.Eric three titles. Trophies were provided Bullard. by Jake's Garage. Our “Newest Evo500 Exp: 1.Craig Hayes 2.Dave Edsall 3.Paul Jensen. Oldest” racer, Ron Garrington, after Evo 500 Inter: 1.Robert Zacks spending the season racing against 2.Brian Fowler. guys 10 -15 years younger than Rob Landis and Cody Anderson having fun on the grass track. Grand Nat: 1.Craig Hayes 2.Paul Jensen. him, found himself with a new class Inno Inter: 1.David Zigmont 2.Mark and a championship to boot! Let's talked one last piece of trash and wandered Caballero 3.Michael Corey. hope that next year he can drag some of his Innovation Open Age Int.: 1.Jim Swinson. into the off season to lick their wounds, reMod 250B: 1.Cody Anderson 2.Rob Landis 3.Eric buddies out to the races. He's proof that mobuild their steeds, convince themselves they Schachter 4.Jarod Groves. torcycles keep you young! would have won “if only...” and get ready for Mod Nov: 1.Brad Gilbertson 2.Patrick Rosenow We have a special award for what we the next campaign. 3.Mark Eisen 4.Don Gilberton Mod Open B: 1.David Raffl. consider the person who most represents what Thanks again to all the racers, you guys Mod Schlby: 1.Phillip Anderson 2.Jon Landis we stand for at Midwest VMX. A racer who and gals made this racing season possible! 3.Chris Caballero is a true sportsman, always willing to help The opening of the 2010 season is just around Revo Hvy Exp: 1.Cody Anderson Revo Hvy Inter: 1.David Zigmont 2.Matt Prater. others, be it on the track, in the pits, wherever, the corner. For more information please visit Vint 125 Exp: 1.Paul Jensen. whenever. This person is chosen by the racour website at midwestvmx.org. Vint 250 Exp: 1.Paul Jensen. ers, so it is a true honor. This season, the Vint 250 Inter: 1.Brian Fowler 2.Tim Smith 3.Robert Results: Zacks 4.Con Erskine Sportsman of the Year was given to Paul +30A: 1.Greg Vroman Vint 40+ Inter: 1.Robert Zacks Jensen. Well done Dr Paul!! You set the bar +30B: 1.Mike Hogan 2.Eric Bullard 3.Jarod Groves Vint 50+ Inter: 1.Ron Garrington 2.Gregg Ross 4.Eric Schachter pretty high for next year. Vint Nov: 1.Jeff Jarnagin 2.Mark Eisen 3.Jack +40A: 1.Greg Vroman As with all good things, the 2009 season Walcher. +40B: 1.Brian Fowler 2.David Raffl 3.Mike Hogan. Women: 1.Cymantha Corey. had to end. Friends said their goodbyes, +50B: 1.Jim Swinson 2.Chuck Doose 3.Ron GarYth Lites: 1.Jarrett Winder.

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Southfork concludes their season Taylorville, Illinois - Nov. 1 By James Pinckard

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ome this early November Sunday morning, I would have bet that there was no way you could race at Southfork. Central Illinois had been pounded with rain for a week straight, and most of the other tracks had already cancelled. When I walked onto the track I couldn’t believe it was near perfect! The dirt was soft and roost ready, not even sticking to the bikes. For those who didn’t make the trip to race, you sure should have. While we were getting ready to ride we found out that Pam Wentzel, mother of long time racer Alex had passed away unexpected on Saturday. Everyone’s thoughts and prayers are with you Alex. The biggest class of the day was my +45 class. In the first moto Hall’s Cycles - Husky rider Don Large took the holeshot and moto win. Honda rider Rod Burger took second with Yamaha rider Jeff Franklin third. In the

second moto Large again took the holeshot, as well as the moto and overall win showing why it looks for sure he will be the AMA District 17 champion. Behind Large, Burger was riding as hard as he could in second, but Franklin was on the hunt. Lap after lap Franklin edged closer. Going up the uphill jump Franklin made a mistake, going off the track, giving Burger some breathing room for second overall. Behind them it was as it always is, close racing between Joe Voegtle, Steve Kerber and Mark Rubenstein. Another class with great racing was the Girls’ class. Suzuki rider Kayla Miller is fast. She was on the gas taking the win with Honda rider Breanna Malak second and Victoria Kezerle third. In the second moto it was more of the same with Miller winning the moto and overall. Malak again put in a good consistent ride for second. Two riders who had their best races of the year were Aaron Davis and Aric Walton. Both

Kayla Miller on her way to the overall in the Girls class.

have worked hard all year, and today was their day. Waldo finished fourth in Open A, and won both +30A and the +35. Davis was in near perfect form, and style. The result of all his hard work was a win in the Open B and the 1424 classes. With the fall of the checkered flag on the last moto it marked the end of the 2009 motocross season at Southfork, and for now we can only wait for the start of he ‘10 season.

Steve Kerber and Joe Voegtle in the +45 class.

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Results 50cc (4-8): 1.Brett Ford 2.Edgar Lewis 3.Andrew Voegtl 4.Jacob Hammond 50Jr: 1.Edgar Lewis 2.Zoe Weiss 3.Jacob Hammond 50Sr: 1.Larry Smith 2.Joshua Franklin 3.Brett Ford 65Jr: 1.Carter Gordon 2.Noah Watts 3.Ryan Weiss 4.Brett Ford 85Jr: 1.Carter Gordon 2.Parker Smith 3.Joseph Voegtle 4.Cameron Rybak 5.Noah Watts 85Sr: 1.Blake Mccombs 2.Paxton Kerber 3.Steven Miller 4.Alex Thompson 5.Drew Swales Super Mini: 1.Gabriel Petri 2.Blake Mccombs 3.Alex Thompson Schoolboy: 1.Clayton Hack-

man 2.Anthony Ward 3.Kyle Baum 4.Ryan Lash 125cc: 1.Kyle Baum 2.Anthony Ward 3.Ryan Lash 4.Clayton Hackman 5.Logan Dennis Open A: 1.Kyle Corman 2.Anthony Krivi 3.Paden Feagans 4.Aric Walton Open B: 1.Aaron Davis 2.Randy Peek Open C: 1.Joseph Jones 2.Austin Storm 3.Matt Bolyard 4.Derek Allbright 250C: 1.Joseph Jones 2.Austin Storm 3.Travis Johnson 14-24: 1.Aaron Davis 2.Richard Lagle +30A: 1.Aric Walton +30B: 1.Kelby Trowbridge 2.Terry Winterbauer 3.Randy Peek 4.Eric Lawson +40: 1.Todd Huston 2.Don Large 3.Jeff Petri 4.Rod Burger +45: 1.Don Large 2.Rod Burger 3.Jeff Franklin 4.Joseph Voegtle 5.Steven Kerber +50: 1.Mark Rubenstein Women: 1.Lanaea Malak Girls: 1.Kayla Miller 2.Breanna Malak 3.Victoria Kezerle 4.Lanaea Malak 4-Stroke: 1.Kyle Corman 2.Anthony Krivi Quad 90: 1.Austin Warren Quad A: 1.Jerrod Staake Quad C: 1.Ryan Edwards 2.Brandon Warren 3.Austin Farmer +35: 1.Aric Walton 2.Terry Winterbauer 3.Todd Huston Mini 1: 1.Carter Gordon 2.Parker Smith 3.Noah Watts +55: 1.Gary Shewhart 2.John Wagner 250D: 1.Gabriel Petri 2.George Marcure 3.Bryce Cox 4.Richard Lagle 5.Brett Cox


Riverside closes D22 season Winterset, Iowa - Oct. 31 By Mark Bonnell

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fter being forced to cancel the prior two weekends, Riverside Raceway was able to hold the final race of the 2009 Iowa State Motocross Championship Series on the last available day of the season, which also happened to be Halloween. Even the six and a half inches of rain that the track received in the previous week didn’t dampen the spirits of the die-hard motocross racers and fans that took the day off from trick or treating to enjoy the mild weather. The rain that the area had received in the previous two weeks forced the track crew to scrape the top foot of mud from the track and do their best to work with what was left. The surface that was left behind worked into loamy, traction filled straights, rutted, multi-lined corners and a rough and fast sand section. Many said it was the best track of the season, and everyone seemed to be enjoying the unique conditions. It was a very special race for two reasons. The first being the fact that the year-end awards were going to be handed out during intermission, the second reason was that this was the Bob Palmer Memorial Race. After the last of the first motos ended, a special two lap ride of remembrance and honor for the late Bob Palmer took to the track led by Bob’s son Rob. It was a very special moment for all in attendance with Rob leading over 100 riders of all ages around the track on Bob’s well known #971 Honda. It was an awesome sight as the riders slowly came over the finish-line tabletop and congregated around Rob at the finish-line for many photos. Next on the schedule was the year-end awards ceremony for Riverside Raceway’s track championship. Everyone was invited to the sign-up area for the event. Ti-Lube’s Joe Murphy and Tony Wenck were also on hand to award the 2009 Top Gun Champions with special awards. Between the huge trophies from Riverside Raceway, the unique Track Champion awards honoring both Bob Palmer and Terry Chumbley and the Ti-Lube awards, most everyone walked away with their hands full. It was also announced that there would be even more special activities after the conclusion of the races, including a dinner.

The second set of motos were exciting with great racing and several multi-class winners including Hunter Utsler who won the 50Sr., 50cc Open and 65Jr. classes. Other multi-class winners included Tanner Oetting in 250B and Open B, Brandon Kunkle in Quad B and Quad B/C Production, Devin Reed in 250A and Open A, and Brennan Myers in the Schoolboy and Super mini classes. With great weather, excellent racing, a wonderful tribute to Bob Palmer, a classy awards ceremony and a free dinner, it was a near perfect day. Sunday was the perfect end to a long season with a day of open practice that was free to all who raced on Saturday, great weather and great friendship. The Riverside Raceway crew went above and beyond any expectations on this, the final weekend of the season. Results: +25A: 1.Trent Neimann 2.Chance Shetterly +25B/C: 1.Clark Newbury +30A: 1.Anthony Wenck 2.Robert Palmer 3.Marvin Henriksen 4.James Johnson +30B/C: 1.Kurt Kness 2.James Kerr 3.Joe Murphy +40A: 1.Daniel Breeden 2.Marvin Henriksen 3.Mark Bonnell 4.James Johnson +40B/C: 1.Dennis Peck 2.Denny Lytton 3.Joe Murphy 125: 1.Cody Breeden 2.Michael Larson 3.Mark Bonnell 14-24B/C: 1.Sam Allison 250A: 1.Devin Reed 2.Daniel Gifford 3.Michael Sharp 250B: 1.Tanner Oetting 2.Kody Pirie 3.Dylan Busby 4.Spencer Chrismore 5.Mason Kerr 250C: 1.Douglas Oetting 2.Roy Mcninch 3.Kevin Goette 4.Dakota Anderson 5.Aaron Sparks

50Jr: 1.Paxton Jobe 50 Open: 1.Hunter Utsler 2.Jacob Dakovich 3.Rylie Thompson 50Sr: 1.Hunter Utsler 2.Blake Hoag 3.Dylan Smith 4.Chase Cooper 5.Jacob Dakovich 65 Jr: 1.Hunter Utsler 2.Dylan Smith 3.Spencer Pelzer 4.Chase Cooper 5.Christian Farnsworth 65 Open: 1.Kaleb Konrad 2.Sam Wieben 65Sr: 1.Quentin Thompson 2.Kaleb Konrad 3.Damian Benson 4.Sam Wieben 85Jr: 1.Damian Benson 2.Quentin Thompson 3.Nickolas Jorgensen 4.Brian Neuenkirk 5.Sam Wieben 85Sr: 1.Brennan Myers 2.Justin Beach 3.Dylan Duvall Non-Cur: 1.Duane Jeter Open A: 1.Devin Reed 2.Jed Seeman 3.Daniel Gifford 4.Michael Sharp 5.Chance Shetterly Open B: 1.Tanner Oetting 2.Kody Pirie 3.Clark Newbury Open C: 1.Jordan Lytton 2.Douglas Oetting 3.Roy Mcninch 4.Dakota Anderson 5.Dustin Wickett Schlby (12-16): 1.Brennan Myers 2.Spencer Chrismore 3.Mason Kerr 4.Michael Larson 5.Kevin Goette Super Mini 12-16: 1.Brennan Myers 2.Cody Breeden 3.Taylor Simons 4.Brian Neuenkirk 5.Dylan Duvall Women: 1.Hailee Mcdonald Quad 50: 1.Taron Liebe 2.Dylan Seaton 3.Roderick Philipp 4.Traxton Liebe 5.Tristen Liebe Quad 90 Shift: 1.Sidney Roorda 2.Sky Volkamer Quad 90 CVT: 1.Brandon Hoag 2.Chance Nekola 3.Jessica Pelock Quad A: 1.Dalton Hicks 2.James Mcnaul 3.Jacob Lawson Quad B: 1.Brandon Kunkel 2.Dustin Drozd Quad C: 1.Ethan Dalton 2.Ryan Montgomery 3.Roger Fitzgerald 4.Robert Noble Quad Jr. 200: 1.Chas Nekola Quad Prod A: 1.Jacob Lawson 2.Dalton Hicks 3.James Mcnaul Quad Prod B/C: 1.Brandon Kunkel 2.Doug Ockaman

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Final Points HEAVY A: 1.Nathan Sullivan ........295 2.Jordan Johns ............257 3.Jeff Cregg .................175 4.Jake Fiddler ..............145 5.John Robbins............108 6.Zachary Nash .............99 7.Duell Murphy ..............88 8.John Chaille ................88 9.Austin Shroyer ............86 10.Christopher Bach ......85 LIGHT A: 1.Ryan Haney ..............270 2.Tyler Tischler ............262 3.Daniel Sims ..............206 4.Derrik Allen ...............161 5.Christopher Jewell ....137 6.Evan Chaille .............106 7.Wade Thiesen.............71 8.Matt Findley ................59 9.Clinton Vogel ..............42 10.Logan Chilman .........30 VETERAN A: 1.Zeke Smith ...............184 2.Brett Dubois ..............149 3.Scott Kirchoff ............135 4.Matthew Davidson ....124 5.Andy Cregg ...............111 6.Mark Jones ...............103 7.Donnie Helterbrand ....93 8.Nick Tannehill..............81 9.Andy Helton ................68 10.Don Becktell .............63 SENIOR A: 1.David Dunnuck .........365 2.Robert Williams ........338 3.Scott Rugenstein ......216 4.Douglas Day .............211 5.Robert Kirchner ........164 6.Patrick Flynn .............135 7.Troy Lee....................131 8.Dan Scales ...............109 9.Paul Guy ...................105 10.Craig Moore ............105 HEAVY B: 1.William Wagner.........225 2.Travis Roberts ..........160 3.Cory Bartlett..............142 4.Clayton Erb ...............139 5.Travis Perry ..............124 6.Brandon Rinsch ........112 7.Kyle Oberlin ..............102 8.Jonathan Waggoner .100 9.Casey Trout ..............100 10.Matthew Allender ......98 LIGHT B: 1.Andrew Hardin ..........397 2.Anthony Wagler ........266 3.Derek Vleck ..............228 4.Dakota Hatchett ........169 5.Bernie Baker .............154 6.Ryan Morphew .........136 7.Thomas Wagner .......110 8.Matthew Sims .............94 9.Justin Brinn .................93 10.Craig Foster ..............91 VETERAN B: 1.Scott Johnson ...........318 2.Toby Oltman .............238 3.Brian Bennett ............132 4.Abe Cyr.......................90

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5.Jeff Martin ...................72 6.Mike Bogan.................71 7.Shane Cree ................65 8.James Riley ................50 9.Ryan Mottinger ...........43 10.Timothy “Sullivan, Jr” 42 SENIOR B: 1.Timothy Trittin ...........268 2.Russell Fulton ...........243 3.Bryan Wedmore........192 4.Jose Simas ...............161 5.Rik Smits ..................145 6.Kevin Kruer ...............125 7.Rob Jordan ...............110 8.Brian Dewitt ..............107 9.Clay Scott .................101 10.Brad Myers ...............97 SUPER SENIOR: 1.Marvin Popp .............326 2.Donald Schmidt ........294 3.Donald Rainey ..........255 4.Brad Demott .............133 5.Matthew Yeiter ..........126 6.Carl Pruett ................122 7.Larry Gibson ...............86 8.Steve Lloyd .................58 9.Gary Jones .................57 10.Steven Pawlak ..........57 C - BEGINNER: 1.Bryan Lemmon .........308 2.Ryan Brehob.............180 3.David Warnsman ......142 4.Dalton Cross .............106 5.Cole Orman ................90 6.Logan Mccullough ......89 7.Joseph Dynes .............88 8.Joshua Patton.............87 9.Adam Gray .................73 10.Steven Livingston .....62 SUPER MINI: 1.Clay Sullivan .............353 2.Matthew Hatchett......342 3.Larry Freund .............314 4.Nick Schneider .........148 5.Shane Neafus .............91 6.Colton Wilkes..............70 7.Michael Norris.............55 8.Aaron Etter .................44 9.Wolfgang Huser ..........41 10.Nathanial Eversman .31 85cc: 1.Luke Chilman............368 2.Keagen Lee ..............340 3.Taylor Day.................333 4.Alex Witkowski..........313 5.Jesse Parr ................189 6.Austin Lee.................157 7.Zach Dubois .............153 8.Jaden Smith..............120 9.Barak Mooneyham....113 10.Tanner Bartlett ..........99 65cc: 1.Michael Witkowski ....450 2.Vincent Smith............316 3.Tate Guerrettaz .........283 4.Dawson Dunnuck .....279 5.Eric Douglass ...........229 6.Kayden Young ..........177 7.Cameron Lee ............169 8.Taylor Nash...............126 9.John Henry Robinson122 10.Langdon Feltner......110 PEEWEE PREMIX: 1.Langdon Feltner .......450 2.Caleb Hancock .........324 3.Tanner Guerrettaz.....286 4.Sam Hall ...................134 5.Joshua Pyne .............117 6.Hunter Huser ............101 7.Colton Beavers ...........94 8.Camden Feltner ..........93 9.Garrett Russell............39 10.Logan White .............39

PEEWEE INJECTED: 1.Jacob Stark...............445 2.Louden Feltner .........386 3.Isaac Mull .................197 4.Lance Maschino .......142 5.Brody Smith ..............129 6.Carson Reedy...........103 7.Kylan Pitman ..............97 8.Eli Wellman.................66 9.Chris Ensign ...............46 10.Reed Day..................39 QUAD A: 1.Mike Clark...................84 2.Tye Cambe .................82 3.Jon Swanson ..............82 4.Ryan Klotz ..................81 5.Thomas Riley..............70 6.Ryan Fleming .............57 7.Shane Davan ..............50 8.Randy Shilling.............30 9.Shane Nash ................30 10.Justin Sullivan...........15 QUAD B: 1.Kim Cox ......................76 2.Ben Steury ..................70 3.Braden Nichols ...........68 4.Lonny Meyer ...............64 5.Paul Forney ................58 6.Shawn Montgomery....49 7.Chris Shaw .................43 8.Shawn Nash ...............43 9.Brian Meyer ................43 10.Keil Kauffman ...........34 QUAD C: 1.Blaine Gross ...............85 2.Brandon Bumbaugh....72 3.Frank Gross ................61 4.Casey Jack .................55 5.Andrew Hochstetler ....40 6.Adam Fisher ...............31 7.Chris Lockhart ............30 8.Justin Scott .................28 9.Arick Cannon ..............21 10.Travis Juif .................21 MINI QUADS: 1.Travis Pettit...............120 2.Payton Fleming.........100 3.Tyler Cambe ...............64 4.Dylan Noble ................56 5.Shelby Fleming ...........55 6.Kellen Meyer...............54 7.Jared Bean .................52 8.Justyn Wade ...............52 9.Mackenzie Scott .........52 10.Isaiah Silverthorn ......38 :

Hoosier HS Championship

HEAVY A: 1.Nathan Sullivan ..........68 2.Jordan Johns ..............58 3.Jeff Cregg ...................30 4.Matt Zeiler...................30 5.John Maschino ...........30 LIGHT A: 1.Tyler Tischler ..............76 2.Derrik Allen .................56 3.Daniel Sims ................50 4.Ryan Haney ................49 5.Christopher Jewell ......41 6.Logan Chilman ...........30 7.Evan Chaille ...............21 VETERAN A:

1.Jammie Campbell .......30 2.Chad Smith .................30 3.Nick Tannehill..............30 4.Scott Kirchoff ..............25 5.Andy Helton ................25 SENIOR A: 1.Robert Kirchner ..........66 2.David Dunnuck ...........64 3.Robert Williams ..........61 4.Paul Guy .....................30 5.Gordon Young.............28 HEAVY B: 1.William Wagner...........45 2.Clayton Erb .................43 3.Kyle Oberlin ................31 4.Austin Sanders ...........30 5.Dirk Richards ..............30 LIGHT B: 1.Andrew Hardin ............55 2.Dakota Hatchett ..........50 3.Derek Vleck ................49 4.Bernie Baker ...............49 5.Ryan Morphew ...........30 VETERAN B: 1.Scott Johnson .............76 2.Brian Bennett ..............50 3.Donald Peirick ............30 4.Douglas Hodgdon .......30 5.Jeff Martin ...................21 SENIOR B: 1.Timothy Trittin .............60 2.Russell Fulton .............48 3.Bryan Wedmore..........31 4.Howard Jabaay...........30 5.Brad Myers .................30 SUPER SENIOR: 1.Donald Rainey ............85 2.Marvin Popp ...............43 3.Donald Schmidt ..........39 4.Matthew Yeiter ............30 5.Carl Pruett ..................25 C - BEGINNER: 1.Bryan Lemmon ...........67 2.Ryan Brehob...............43 3.Joshua Patton.............37 4.Joseph Dynes .............32 5.Josh Keys ...................30 SUPER MINI: 1.Clay Sullivan ...............81 2.Matthew Hatchett........75 3.Larry Freund ...............69 4.Nick Schneider ...........21 5.Shane Neafus .............18 85cc: 1.Taylor Day...................71 2.Luke Chilman..............63 3.Alex Witkowski............62 4.Keagen Lee ................61 5.Jesse Parr ..................33 65cc: 1.Michael Witkowski ......90 2.Tate Guerrettaz ...........63 3.Vincent Smith..............59 4.Eric Douglass .............50 5.Kayden Young ............35 PEEWEE PREMIX: 1.Langdon Feltner .........90 2.Caleb Hancock ...........60 3.Tanner Guerrettaz.......46 4.Sam Hall .....................43 5.Colton Beavers ...........31 PEEWEE INJECTED: 1.Jacob Stark.................90 2.Louden Feltner ...........75 3.Isaac Mull ...................39 4.Carson Reedy.............21 5.Lance Maschino .........18 QUAD A: 1.Ryan Klotz ..................51 2.Mike Clark...................41 3.Tye Cambe .................39 4.Jon Swanson ..............36 5.Thomas Riley..............35

QUAD B: 1.Braden Nichols ...........60 2.Shawn Montgomery....37 3.Ben Steury ..................34 4.Kim Cox ......................31 5.Lonny Meyer ...............31 QUAD C: 1.Brandon Bumbaugh....51 2.Frank Gross ................43 3.Blaine Gross ...............39 4.Adam Fisher ...............31 5.Casey Jack .................30 MINI QUADS: 1.Travis Pettit.................60 2.Payton Fleming...........50 3.Jared Bean .................39 4.Isaiah Silverthorn ........30 5.Kellen Meyer...............29

Motocross State Race Champions

Auto 1 (4-6) 1.Andrew Eycheson.....150 2.Aidan Griffis ..............104 3.Preston Barngrover ....91 Auto 2 (7-8) 1.Jeffery Herrell ...........150 2.Corbin Moore ............126 3.Jake Osburn .............101 Auto 3 (4-8) 1.Andrew Eytcheson....150 2.Daniel Gibson ...........121 3.Hunter Anthony .........102 65 7-9 1.Braden S Groves ......140 2.Chandler Pitts ...........118 3.Connor Brew .............110 65 10-11 1.Auston Griffis ............150 2.Kraye Loft .................106 3.Isaac Kopsho ..............88 85 9-11 1.Auston Griffis ............150 2.Jacob White ..............121 3.Braden Groves ...........99 85-12-15 1.Elijah Lobordus .........117 2.Corey Kays ...............113 3.Mason Brown ............110 Supermini 1.Dakota Robins ..........150 2.Tyler Phillips .............126 3.Willie Patton..............109 Schoolboy 1.Dakota Robins ..........150 2.Willie Patton..............125 3.Quinton Camp ............93 125 2 Stroke 1.Tanner Hobbs............116 2.Steven Penn .............110 3.Scott Swinford ............96 14-24 1.Matt Schneider .........150 2.Blake Niccum..............94 3.James “Bo” Cooper ....91 250A 1.Aaron Yoder ..............126 2.Kiefer Banter .............117 250B 1.Nick Kersey ..............126 2.Austin Crouch ...........104 3.Cady Pressler .............85


250C 1.Matt Brown ...............121 2..Cruz Vazquez ............89 25+A 1.John Baker ...............150 2.Aaron Yoder ..............121 3.Blake Jones ................84 25+B 1.Michael Corbin..........145 2.Nathan Glassford ......111 3.Mike Brown .................96 30+A 1.John Baker ...............150 2.Kerry Pulley ................87 30+B 1.Michael Warmoth......136 2.Jason Kersting ..........135 3.Terry Coby ..................89 40+ 1.Kerry Pulley ..............103 2.Brad Kopsho ...............92 50+ 1.Steven Yoder ............150 2.Terry Coby ................121 3.Milton Cox...................99 Open A 1.Matt Schneider .........145 2.Blake Niccum..............97 3.Aaron Yoder ................80 Open B 1.Nick Kersey ..............135 2.Braxton Grose ............95 3.Phillip Hernandez .......91 3.Jacob Rakowski..........91 Open C 1.Bryce Land ...............138 2.Joel Nichols...............113 3.Brad Nelson ................53 Women 9-15 1.Madison Johnson .....150 2.Jasmine Carunchia ...125 3.Cassidy Butler ..........102 Women 12 & Over 1.Cady Pressler ...........150 Quad A 1.Austin Shrock ...........145 2.Dan Colip ..................113 3.Carl Watson ..............102 Quad B 1.Sonny Nemitz ...........136 2.Michael Schooley......110 Mini Quad 1.Blake Sarver .............117 2.Logan Stanfield.........104 3.Brogan Guyer .............85 Mini Quad Jr 1.Emily Bowyer ............145 2.Joshua Graham ........105 Productions Quad 1.Wyatt Evans..............150 2.Lindsey Sandel .........125 3.James Sandel ...........100

Motocross

Raw, Season Total Points Quad Youth Production: 1.Wyatt D. Evans .........266 2.Lindsey J. Sandel .....210 3.James R. Sandel.......116 4.Mitch Mercer ...............54 5.Christopher Magilo .....53 6.Ryder Moore ...............50 7.Anthony Lesniak .........40 8.Austin Lesniak ............29

9.Brad Baldwin ..............25 10.Brock Hollinger .........20 Auto 1 (4-6): 1.Preston Barngrover ..340 2.Paden Hudson ..........268 3.Aidan D. Griffis..........250 4.Andrew Eytcheson....236 5.Cayden Heckman .....207 6.Trevor Colip ..............180 7.Braden J. Allen .........177 8.Kaden R. Parmley ....135 9.Colton Camp.............131 Auto 2 (7-8): 1.Seth Anderson ..........318 2.Jake Osburn .............272 3.Jeffery L. Herrell .......233 4.Connor Mccormick....209 5.Adam Davis ..............176 6.Corbin J. Moore ........168 7.Colyn Iden ................152 8.Daemien N. Vaughn..138 9.Jacob A. Wagner.......115 10.Seth Orr ..................100 Auto 3 (4-8): 1.Hunter Anthony .........273 2.Andrew Eytcheson....260 3.Kennan S. Leis .........250 4.Colton Camp.............187 5.Braden J. Allen .........132 6.Daniel J. Gibson........114 7.Landyn Iden ..............114 8.Kaden R. Parmley .....111 9.Cayden Heckman .......60 10.Austen Hubbard........52 65 7-9: 1.Chandler Pitts ...........511 2.Braden S. Groves .....314 3.Connor Brew.............224 4.Justin Stichter ...........216 5.Jett Janowski ............168 6.Colton Crum .............127 7.Trenton G. Hobbs .....123 8.Anthony Wallace.......121 9.Darius Comfort..........112 10.Alex A. Ransom ........96 65 10-11: 1.Isaac S. Kopsho .......312 2.Jarred A. Wright ........228 3.Kraye Loft .................228 4.Jagg J. Nunez...........170 5.Auston Griffis ............142 6.Kaleb Mcdonald ........107 7.Cooper Reed ..............85 8.Cody Fry .....................64 9.Dallas Davis................59 10.Drew Hileman ...........50 85 9-11: 1.Jordan Parmley.........711 2.Isaac S. Kopsho .......344 3.Jacob L. White ..........260 4.Jagg J. Nunez...........243 5.Auston Griffis ............238 6.Jarred A. Wright ........217 7.Derrick Bryant ...........188 8.Braden S. Groves .....187 9.Tanner F. Gray ..........160 10.Trevor Mccormick ...142 85 12-15: 1.Dalton R. Packard ....460 2.Elijah G. Labordus ....405 3.William T. Crossley Jr372 4.Mason A. Brown .......305 5.Caden C. Roberts .....245 6.Jake T. Rice ..............209 7.Chris Trowbridge ......196 8.Brandon M. Brace.....180 9.Ryan Hoover.............164 10.Ryan Combs ...........139 Supermini 12-16: 1.Dakota S. Robins......322 2.Tyler R. Phillips .........203 3.Dalton R. Packard ....197 4.Quinton Camp ..........153

5.Caden C. Roberts .....121 6.Ryan Combs .............120 7.Jake T. Rice ..............108 8.Elijah G. Labordus ......96 9.Jared Wisler................95 10.Corey S. Kays...........87 Schoolboy 12-16: 1.Dakota S. Robins......403 2.Quinton Camp ..........274 3.Levi Johnson ............177 4.Willie Patton..............158 5.Klay E. Biggins .........102 6.Scott Swinford ..........100 7.Jeffrey A. Henson .......90 8.Nathyn Allen ...............85 9.Derek Landry ..............85 10.Steven Penn .............85 125 2 Stroke Only: 1.Dakota S. Robins......542 2.Scott Swinford ..........518 3.Quinton Camp ..........238 4.Steven Penn .............201 5.Tanner Hobbs ...........166 6.Ross Warner.............138 7.Willie Patton ..............115 8.Dalton R. Packard.....114 9.Evan Barngrover .......113 10.Cody Baker .............109 14-24: 1.Devin Winters ...........233 2.Matt Schneider .........220 3.Connor M. Cowles ....185 4.Chase Daugherty......160 5.Blake R. Niccum .......153 6.Dakota S. Robins......151 7.Joey Higgins .............131 8.James B. Cooper ......100 9.Kyle W. Biggins...........94 10.Eric G. Saunders ......88 250 A: 1.Kiefer K. Banter ........124 2.Douglas S. Roberts ....76 3.Matt Schneider ...........72 4.Steven A. Squire .........61 5.Aaron S. Yoder ...........56 6.Tyler S. Lock ...............52 7.Chris Scott ..................40 8.Brett Wagner...............39 9.Ivon W. Hays ..............38 10.Billy E. Larsen...........34 250 B: 1.Chase Daugherty......285 2.Nick Kersey ..............255 3.Braxton M. Grose .....226 4.Erek Kidney ..............213 5.Nathyn Allen .............187 6.Kyle W. Biggins.........180 7.Jacob P. Rakowski....164 8.Skylar Johnson .........154 9.Tyler Neal .................153 10.Austin J. Crouch .....150 250 C: 1.Michael Wesselman..410 2.Cruz Vazquez ...........321 3.Matt Brown ...............187 4.Ryan Hastings ..........155 5.Nathan Karth ............120 6.Todd Kline .................106 7.Evan Barngrover.......106 8.David M. Conway .......80 9.Sami Sisinger .............79 10.Jake Truax ................77 25+ A: 1.Donald J. Baker ........192 2.James T. Thompson..118 3.Aaron S. Yoder..........116 4.Sean Noland ...............78 5.Nicholas A. Vaughn.....75 6.Derrick D. Dewitt.........71 7.Blakley M. Jones ........58 8.Thomas Barron ...........44 9.Mitchell W. Corbin.......42 10.Bobby Goodman.......40

25 + B: 1.Frankie Spicer ..........174 2.Donnie R. Cox ..........134 3.Michael R. Corbin .....104 4.Nathan Glassford........70 5.Jason Kersting ............56 6.Randall B. Long ..........32 7.Mike Brown .................30 8.Bobby Goodman.........26 9.Michael E. Jones ........26 10.Chris A. Schroeder ...24 30+ A: 1.Donald J. Baker ........228 2.Sean Noland ...............88 3.Joe Subart Jr ..............53 4.Bryan Hoffman............46 5.John E. Grewe ............45 6.Abraham Porter ..........45 7.Nick Jones ..................44 8.Kerry Pulley ................44 9.Michael B. Faulk .........41 10.William Kirkpatrick ....38 30+ B: 1.Jason Kersting ..........218 2.Michael Warmoth......170 3.Michael D. Catherson .91 4.Michael Bladecki.........90 5.Terry L. Coby ..............83 6.Rick Booher ................70 7.Sasha Culp Rinaldo ....67 8.Josh M. Carnes ..........60 9.Matt T. Carunchia........52 10.Michael E. Jones ......42 40+: 1.Brad S. Kopsho ........298 2.William Kirkpatrick ....191 3.Sean Noland .............190 4.David Lindsey ...........102 5.Kerry Pulley ................96 6.Bryan Hoffman............94 7.Michael Warmoth........92 8.Terry Strunk ................92 9.Joe Subart Jr ..............80 10.Mike Brown ...............74 50+: 1.Milton Cox.................143 2.Larry L. Witmer .........124 3.Terry L. Coby ............121 4.Tim S. Graves...........104 5.Steven W. Yoder .........76 6.Charles L. Nice ...........76 7.Monty Craven .............54 8.Mark Dombrosky ........52 9.Randy Frye .................50 10.Steve Henry ..............48 Open A: 1.Brad S. Kopsho ........207 2.Matt Schneider .........200 3.Adam W. Lock ..........146 4.Aaron S. Yoder .........108 5.Blake R. Niccum .......101 6.Danny S. Caudill .......100 7.James T. Thompson ...88 8.Shane M. Sewell.........61 9.Steven A. Squire .........59 10.Camron Pressler.......50 Open B: 1.Braxton M. Grose .....224 2.Joey Higgins .............115 3.Nick Kersey...............114 4.Eric Senk ..................106 5.Jacob P. Rakowski......94 6.Samuel A. Miller..........84 7.Connor M. Cowles ......81 8.Brad Sordelet..............76 9.Eric G. Saunders ........74 10.Stephen Ricks ..........72 Open C: 1.Michael Wesselman..242 2.Joel Nichols ..............105 3.Mitchell Highbaugh .....96 4.Ryan Hastings ............80 5.Nathan Karth ..............71

6.Dominic Belardinella ...71 7.David M. Conway .......66 8.Jake Truax ..................66 9.Bryce Land .................64 10.Bryant A. Goodman ..62 Women 9-15: 1.Madison A. Johnson .300 2.Megan Moan .............118 3.Jasmine Carunchia ...114 4.Lindsay Mason ...........74 5.Angelique Rees ..........73 6.Melanie Strode ...........42 7.Cassidy M. Butler .......36 8.Samantha Hamilton ....30 9.Mikayla Inman ............24 10.Kristin Henson ..........24 Women 12 & Over: 1.Megan Moan.............200 2.Cady Pressler ...........200 3.Sami Sisinger ...........123 4.Meghan B. Jordan ....106 5.Jessica Bryant ............52 6.Sasha Culp Rinaldo ....50 7.Allison Vrba.................34 8.Nicole M. Ernsberger ..26 9.Elissa M. Grzincic .......24 10.Susan M. Mclemore..22 Quad A: 1.Austin A. Shrock .......185 2.Dan Colip ..................176 3.Matthew Forrest........128 4.Eric P. Lapato............109 5.Carl Watson ..............108 6.Adam P. Smith ............82 7.Kipp Arnold .................80 8.Landon D. Smith .........74 9.Joshua R. Strominski..70 10.Neil Likens ................62 Quad B: 1.Michael Schooley .....492 2.Sonny J. Nemitz .......410 3.Landon M. Glass ......198 4.Patrick Nicodemous..129 5.Dustin Stanley...........114 6.Andy Balaz ...............106 7.Matthew Sanders........92 8.Ethan Rutherford ........88 9.Austin Stephens .........88 10.George Balaz............87 Mini Quad: 1.Blake Sarver .............590 2.Logan Stanfield.........520 3.Brogan Guyer ...........419 4.Maddison Guyer .......267 5.Haley N. Davis ..........260 6.Abby R. Bowyer ........179 7.Kade R. Wagner .......166 8.Kyle Brewster ...........139 9.Chris D. Stanton .......129 10.Jordanne Stichter....117 Mini Quad Jr. 4-11: 1.Robert Bounds..........298 2.Emily F. Bowyer ........170 3.Kaden Polito ...............92 4.Koy Wagner ................62 5.Joshua Graham ..........46 6.Elijah Sutton ...............30 7.Isaiah Sutton...............28

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Hill Climb

Final Points 50cc: 1.Levi Peters................400 2.Reece Hutton............353 3.Checotah Benefiel ....196 4.Cline Garriott ............164 5.Jaeda Petty...............156 6.Rylee Dowers............118 85cc Sr.: 1.Joseph McGurer .......360 2.Austin Shelton ............75 3.Amber Fraedrich .........25 4.Marshall Dillon ............21 5.Kody Nettrouer ...........18 250cc: 1.Matt Peters ...............396 2.Joseph McGurer .......299 3.Dylan Brady ..............258 4.Caleb Emory .............152 5.Robert Fortner ..........148 750cc: 1.Paul Hillard ...............400 2.Andy Fast Fortner .....255 Super Senior +50: 1.Steve Horath.............304 2.Keith Klett .................292 3.Michael Bacon ............90 4.Roger Riddell ..............71 5.Kevin Bud Northrup ....49 600cc 4-Stroke: 1.Gordon Green...........289 2.Brian Klett .................281 3.Alan Petty .................163 4.Erik Guglielmi .............32 Women (Exhibition): 1.Rebecca Lawson ......319 2.Blair Lawson .............277 3.Missy Dowers ...........180 85cc Jr.: 1.Dakota J. Watson .....401 2.Eathen Bartenback ...289 3.Jarred Brown ............216 4.Andrew Fortner .........180 5.Cole Garriott .............157 200cc: 1.Kyle Galloway ...........390 2.Keith Klett .................263 3.Austin Shutt ................50 4.Michael Nelson ...........36 5.Jeff Jack......................30 600cc: 1.Andy Fast Fortner .....344 2.Matt Peters ...............328 3.Dylan Brady ..............227 4.Scott Petty ................213 5.Alan Petty..................211 6.Cody Jenner .............146 Senior +40: 1.Michael Pulver ..........390 2.Paul Hillard ...............343 3.Scott Petty ................332 4.Gordon Green...........104 5.Michael Bacon ............46 Open Stock: 1.Michael Pulver ..........380 2.Kyle Galloway ...........348 3.Alan Petty .................171 4.Tom Ke Brown ............82 5.Joseph McGurer .........39 4-Stroke Quad: 1.Marty Thayer.............410 2.Jeff Ramey................356

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3.Robert Fortner ..........260 4.Jim Mahan ................188 5.Jason Sosbe .............118 65cc: 1.Levi Peters................400 2.Andrew Fortner .........320 3.Reece Hutton............286 4.Clint Garriott .............225 5.Danny Baldwin............18 125cc: 1.Joseph McGurer .......420 2.Dylan Brady ..............343 3.Steve E. Laughlin .......25 4.Jarred Dillon ...............21 5.Trevor Winship............18 450cc: 1.Matt Peters ...............378 2.Gordon Green...........235 3.Brian Klett .................233 4.Mark Schroeder ........113 5.Cody Jenner ...............80 Open: 1.Robert J. Watson ......156 2.Roger Riddell ............115 3.Cody Jenner ...............55 4.Richard D. Miller .........30 4.Andy Fast Fortner .......30 400cc Stock: 1.Andy Fast Fortner .....368 2.Kyle Galloway ...........349 3.Michael Pulver ..........309 4.Mark Schroeder ........177 5.Alan Petty .................136 6.Gordon Green...........125 7.Kyle Lashley..............113 2-Stroke Quad: 1.Evan Zimmerman .....385 2.Paul Hillard ...............365 3.Ryan Garriott ............184 4.Alex Russell ..............174 5.Wade Garriott ...........148 6.Jamie Peters.............147 7.Jim Mahan ................117

4.Joey Adkisson............101 5.James Voigtlander .......72 NOVICE: 1.Jeff Franklin ...............253 2.Kenneth Koch ............191 3.Jake Wroblewski..........50 4.Anthony Antoine ..........42 5.Dennis Pacha ..............37 YOUTH: 1.Luke Littlefield............225 2.Jacob Miller ...............185 3.Jacob Loer.................183 4.Clayton Cooling ...........79 WOMEN: 1.Jennifer Maupin .........270 2.Kathy Haselton ..........101 3.Sara Pranskunas .........60 4.Patti Meo .....................57 5.Jessica Weikert ...........25 VINTAGE: 1.Donald Engelbretson .196 2.Roy Clugg..................103 3.Brian Runyard..............30 4.Clark Runyard..............25 4.Greg Floyd...................25 5.Jacob Weikert..............21 SENIOR: 1.Dan Maupin ...............260 2.Alan Evans ................140 3.Tim Detwiler.................30

Motocross

Trials EXPERT: 1.Dan Loer....................229 2.Tim Harker .................212 3.David Rohrschneider .180 4.Alain VandeWalle.......123 5.Dave Montgomery .......79 SPORTSMAN: 1.Ralph Littlefield ..........229 2.Charlie Shanks ..........102 3.Anthony Meo ...............97 4.Tom Littlefield...............94 5.Tom Bledsoe................90 ADVANCED: 1.Andrew Gore .............200 2.Mike Brent .................130 3.Greg Floyd...................67 4.Mike French.................37 5.Anthony Meo ...............30 INTERMEDIATE: 1.Eric Cunningham .......240 2.Kevin Huber...............191 3.Kent Franklin .............188

Final 18/24 Points: 125cc: 1.Tanner Smith .............398 2.Anthony Ward ............337 3.Lane Parton ...............317 4.Ryan Lash .................284 5.Scot DelMastro ..........282 6.Cody Gunnell.............260 7.Clayton Hackman ......217 8.Joseph Aumiller .........206 9.Ricki Williams ............200 10.Evan Toland.............177 14-24: 1.Charlie Buffum...........370 2.Trevin Simes..............349 3.Ryan Smith ................219 4.Aaron Davis ...............218 5.William Buerster ........183 6.Adam Tarara ..............154 7.Levi Kipp....................150 8.Zack Scott..................150 9.Steven Ceithamer......143 10.Andy Jones..............135 25+: 1.Blake Young...............447 2.Jason Straight............312 3.Jason Kloptowsky......236 4.Leland Bragg .............214 5.Alec Marshall .............181 6.Richard Ivey III...........158 7.Aric Walton ................145 8.Eric Trigalet................133 9.Greg Braet .................123 10.Mark Brenny ............122

250 A: 1.Justin Kelly ................214 2.Ryan Poulter..............190 3.Dalton Foerster..........187 4.Kyle Corman..............125 5.Jonathan Six ..............113 6.Anthony Krivi .............106 7.Paden Feagans ...........98 8.Adam Tarara ................94 9.James Garrett..............79 10.Daniel Sanders ..........78 250 B: 1.Nick Neys ..................423 2.Kenny Felgar .............282 3.Kevin Westart ............245 4.Thomas Garrett .........232 5.Ryan Verachtert.........219 6.Nicholas Latour..........213 7.Maxx Malatia .............208 8.Quentin Jones ...........202 9.Cody McMurray .........187 10.David Howard ..........173 250 C: 1.Brandon Simes ..........576 2.Trey Clark ..................385 3.Shaun Staunton.........255 4.Reid Janson...............239 5.Dalton Abbott .............231 6.Brock Aleshire............218 7.Luke Shafer ...............214 8.Joseph Aumiller .........209 9.Andrew Truhlar ..........197 10.Blake Copeland .......189 30+ A: 1.Jason Straight............393 2.Eric Trigalet................378 3.James Holub..............274 4.Jason Kloptowsky......243 5.Mike Sullivan .............215 6.Aaron Copeland.........204 7.Aric Walton ................187 8.Ricky Klinkow ............109 9.Jeff Patel Jr................103 10.Robert Carter.............96 30+ B: 1.Kelby Trowbridge.......469 2.Eric Lawson ...............376 3.Todd Kollar.................359 4.Josh Denault..............330 5.Brent Stewart.............278 6.David Genung............252 7.Donnie Henson..........178 8.Todd Marquette..........153 9.Jeremy Barone ..........127 10.JR Zollers ................123 40+: 1.Don Large..................459 2.James Holub..............418 3.Larry Rybak ...............391 4.Michael Westbrook ....274 5.Andy Kooistra ............272 6.Rick Grebner .............258 7.John Stiles .................234 8.Brent Stewart.............217 9.Roy Nafzger...............214 10.Scot DelMastro ........207 45+: 1.Don Large..................527 2.Andy Kooistra ............332 3.David Thomas ...........314 4.Michael Westbrook ....287 5.John Stiles .................280 6.Roy Nafzger...............229 7.Rick Grebner .............220 8.Scot DelMastro ..........215 9.Steven Kerber............213 10.Orville Kline .............178 4-Wheel 300: 1.Jacob Lynch ..............267 2.Skyler Goff.................260 3.Joey Meyer ................126 4.Jacob Ruemelin .........119 5.Matthew Truhlar .........112

4-Wheel 90: 1.Austin Warren ............450 2.Joey Burba ................332 3.William McKee...........308 4.Josey Rumburg .........259 5.Brody Lyall .................258 6.Drake Koelling ...........248 7.William Feurt4............238 8.Cheyanne Hitchcock..216 9.Brianna Crowe...........201 10.Dakota Hitchcock.....197 4-Wheel A: 1.Michael Clewley.........323 2.Alex Nowlan...............199 3.James Black ..............195 4.Ronald Henderson.....167 5.Ethan Pickard ............139 6.Derek Halsey .............124 7.Justin Medine ............103 8.Kyle Hall ....................100 9.John Biddle II...............82 10.Dustin Birchfield.........78 4-Wheel B: 1.Devin Fisher ..............275 2.Shawn Rissler............271 3.Shane Cornwell .........229 4.Kyler Meuris...............143 5.Trent Auten ................117 6.Paul Schaal .................87 7.Jeffrey Agnew ..............73 8.Ryan Shull ...................47 9.Kelby Hartman.............46 10.Dane Lomax ..............40 4-Wheel C: 1.Ryan Wade ................450 2.Christopher Plunk ......276 3.Wyatt Halfhill..............242 4.Guy Frison .................240 5.Tim Rumburg .............236 6.Brandon Warren ........229 7.Bart Reed ..................209 8.William Feurt3............198 9.Nicholas Sergi ...........174 10.Nicholas Glod ..........168 50 Jr: 1.Brennan Wages .........618 2.Spencer Whitney .......413 3.Nico Wallace..............300 4.Radko Tomko.............262 5.Brayden Childress .....156 6.CJ Kuhter...................120 7.Joey Vitullo.................111 8.Kash Schnowske .......106 9.Braden Walters ..........105 10.James McDannel.......87 50 Sr: 1.Devin Simonson ........484 2.Jason Gepford ...........449 3.Larry Smith ................419 4.Tyler Collins ...............375 5.Adam Funk ................300 6.Lucas Filips................282 7.Robert Copenharve ...279 8.Kaleb Fulscher...........275 9.Robbie Lopez ............212 10.Brayden Childress ...205 50+: 1.Orville Kline ...............521 2.David Thomas ...........309 3.Kenneth Felgar ..........250 4.Ronald Downen .........200 5.Nick Lazzaretto..........139 6.William Ziesk .............129 7.Todd White.................128 8.Rodney Burger...........117 9.Randy Trowbridge ......111 10.Steven Medcalf........106 50cc 4-8: 1.Brennan Wages .........566 2.Colton King ................459 3.Kash Schnowske .......352 4.Radko Tomko.............319 5.Mario Lopez...............263


6.Clayton Anderson ......250 7.Harley Lopez .............215 8.Ross Petty .................171 9.Cooper Bayliff ............137 10.Evan Krisch .............132 55+: 1.Loren Cook ................398 2.John Wagner .............331 3.Gary Shewhart...........330 4.Don Hachmeister.......108 5.Dave Antolak ...............97 65 Jr: 1.Chase Sexton ............551 2.Carter Gordon............491 3.Jeremy Rybak............448 4.Jason Gepford ...........389 5.Drew Boyer................373 6.Jayce Pennington ......341 7.Anthony Wallace........314 8.Devin Simonson ........298 9.Jacob Lancaster ........290 10.Noah Watts ..............253 65 Sr: 1.Danielle Grigoletti ......467 2.Chance Trigalet .........402 3.Gage Noblitt...............298 4.Chad Saultz ...............230 5.Jason Bruno ..............208 6.Allison Walton ............192 7.Jason Mack ...............179 8.Tyler Scott..................166 9.Tanner VanDeVeer ....162 10.Byron Downen .........152 85 Jr: 1.Parker Smith..............560 2.Jake Carlson..............443 3.Cameron Rybak.........391 4.Carter Gordon............377 5.Chance Trigalet .........362 6.Gage Noblitt...............310 7.Lucky Favre ...............286 8.Dalton Hancher..........230 9.Taylor McLaughlin......230 10.Trey Walters ............225 85 Sr: 1.Keeze Carver.............528 2.Jacob Grafelman .......384 3.Jordan Mackiewicz ....366 4.Eddie Kline ................328 5.Michael Dennis ..........316 6.Jacob Wever..............301 7.Preston Pennington ...269 8.Dylan Clephane .........266 9.Alexander Nagy .........265 10.Paxton Kerber..........212 Girls: 1.Kayla Miller ................530 2.Danielle Grigoletti ......517 3.Taylor Neys ................311 4.Shaelee Harvey .........156 5.Breanna Malak ..........141 6.Lanaea Malak ............124 7.Kali Wald ...................108 Open A: 1.Blake Young...............363 2.Charlie Buffum...........281 3.Ryan Poulter..............234 4.Dalton Foerster..........210 5.Ryan Smith ................179 6.Jason Kloptowsky......167 7.Anthony Krivi .............164 8.Justin Kelly ................144 9.Kyle Corman..............131 10.Kirt Monk .................121 Open B: 1.Trevin Simes..............332 2.Dustin Anderson ........256 3.Nick Neys ..................245 4.Kevin Westart ............235 5.Quentin Jones ...........219 6.Aaron Davis ...............200 7.Nicholas Latour..........195 8.Ryan Verachtert.........193

9.William Buerster ........192 10.Leland Bragg ...........181 Open C: 1.Brandon Simes ..........509 2.Derrek Williams .........332 3.Todd Kollar.................307 4.Luke Shafer ...............251 5.Shaun Staunton.........246 6.Nathan McKeag.........200 7.Blake Copeland .........192 8.Joseph Aumiller .........188 9.Kelby Trowbridge.......177 10.Richard Cox.............176 Schoolboy: 1.Clayton Hackman ......327 2.Thomas Garrett .........323 3.Ryan Lash .................290 4.Keeze Carver.............276 5.Evan Toland...............198 6.Zack Scott..................186 7.Joseph Dalzell ...........162 8.Joseph Aumiller .........156 9.Reese Miller...............149 10.David Howard ..........136 Super Mini: 1.Keeze Carver.............502 2.Jacob Grafelman .......335 3.Jacob Wever..............306 4.Jordan Mackiewicz ....302 5.Dylan Clephane .........254 6.Michael Dennis ..........247 7.Alexander Nagy .........237 8.Preston Pennington ...218 9.Aaron Thompson .......216 10.Cody Williams..........215 Vintage: 1.Frank Bruno...............243 2.Karl Racine ................214 3.Kurtis Rizzolo.............141 4.Matt Guderjan..............90 5.Pete Reitsch ................82 6.David Genung..............74 7.Zach Walton ................60 8.Gus Wahl .....................42 9.Brett Wilkinson.............40 10.Amanada Wald ..........39 Women: 1.Lanaea Malak ............243 2.Kyleigh McLaughlin ...198 3.Elisa Lunde................140 4.Shaelee Harvey .........118 5.Amanada Wald ............78 6.Jennifer Kenyon...........58 7.Whitney Miller ..............56 8.Brianna Mahon ............50 9.Kali Wald .....................40 10.Sami Ahr ....................37

Stadium MX

Final 12/15 Points: 125cc: 1.Matt Mellott ................181 2.Tyler Knowlton ...........142 3.Ricki Williams ............133 4.Reese Miller...............120 5.Anthony Goggin...........54 6.Justin Kelly ..................53 7.John Kenney................47 14-24: 1.Collin Licastro ............177

2.Matt Hammond ..........165 3.Kyle Entwistle ............130 4.Jon Williams...............112 5.Brian Stibernick..........110 6.Reese Miller...............106 7.Maxx Malatia .............103 25+: 1.Jason Kloptowsky......189 2.Paul Gerke.................165 3.Burton Lavens ...........155 4.Everett Dahlberg........126 5.Jim Cherry .................100 6.Jason Skudrna.............94 7.Bill Chrisos...................82 250 A: 1.Derek Whitney ...........163 2.Justin Kelly .................111 3.Kyle White ...................99 4.Roy Horton ..................97 5.Justin Baker.................79 6.Wayne Weyker ............76 7.Brian White ..................65 250 B: 1.Maxx Malatia .............192 2.Matt Hammond ..........171 3.Collin Licastro ............161 4.Kyle Entwistle ............131 5.Jody Walker ...............117 6.Jon Williams...............116 7.Dennis Morsch Jr.......101 250 C: 1.Joseph Ahern.............265 2.Seth Kuss ..................184 3.Kyle Poska.................129 4.Cole Johns.................125 5.Garrett Mitchell ..........119 6.Alex Kahne ................104 7.Jake Seibert.................93 30+ A: 1.Jason Kloptowsky......196 2.Burton Lavens ...........192 3.Everett Dahlberg........141 4.John Conley.................87 5.Skee Hartmann............87 6.Steve Perkins ..............76 7.Chad Stanko................67 30+ B: 1.Jeffrey Evensen.........205 2.Ryan Moss.................170 3.Troy Quest .................165 4.Peter Witkowski .........140 5.Brian Goodin................99 6.Brett Wilkinson.............95 7.Frank Licastro..............76 4-Wheel A: 1.Charlie Snow .............174 2.Jeremy Beetz.............152 3.Jason Wehrli..............139 4.Justin Medine ............131 5.Neil Hambly ...............102 6.Mark Hambly ...............91 7.John Biddle II...............69 4-Wheel B: 1.Adam Koehler............169 2.Morgan Carter .............99 3.Kyle Hall ......................66 4.Ben Koehler.................53 5.Marty Frieling...............37 6.Seth Fligge ..................29 7.Kyle Dick......................13 4-Wheel C: 1.Charles Torres ...........182 2.Shawn Parpart...........167 3.Joe Vinachi ................132 4.Kevin Johnson ...........116 5.Clayton Feldott ............53 6.Derek Eiten..................51 7.Tim Storey ...................24 50 Jr: 1.Nico Wallace..............192 2.Travis Wilkinson ........149 3.Radko Tomko.............144 4.James McDannel.........97

5.CJ Kuhter.....................78 6.Brennan Wages ...........26 7.Evan Krisch .................19 50 Sr: 1.Robert Copenharve ...320 2.Tyler Evensen............219 3.Shawn Thompson JR 205 4.Shane Reilly ..............188 5.Nolan Dickinson.........177 6.Matthew McDannel....152 7.Joey Gura ....................94 50cc 4-8: 1.Nolan Dickinson.........310 2.Travis Wilkinson ........201 3.Radko Tomko.............180 4.Garrett Ward ..............168 5.Travis Kukla ...............143 6.Parker Vanslyke.........106 7.Travis Pollard...............89 8.Evan Krisch .................62 9.Brock Krska .................54 10.Ethan Eslinger ...........53 65 Jr: 1.Anthony Wallace........258 2.Robert Copenharve ...212 3.Jarred Berggren.........191 4.Dylan Boyd ................181 5.Noah Taylor ...............158 6.Chase Sexton ............150 7.Shawn Thompson......120 8.Shane Reilly...............112 9.Colin Daugherty.........109 10.Matthew McDannel..104 65 Sr: 1.Danielle Grigoletti ......232 2.Troy Mead .................156 3.Keagan Cook.............152 4.Austin Kukla...............132 5.Chad Saultz ...............126 6.Vinny Cragin ..............124 7.RJ Mackenzie ............104 85 Jr: 1.Nick Wallace ..............254 2.Anthony Wallace........220 3.Dylan Boyd ................191 4.Kyle Moore ................163 5.Justin Carr .................137 6.Jarred Berggren.........133 7.Mitch Cerda ...............113 85 Sr: 1.Robbie Hyson ............261 2.Logan Skaggs............221 3.Jordan Mackiewicz ....197 4.Kody Smith ................176 5.Brian Krohn................159 6.Tyler Simpkins ...........144 7.Sam Shamie ..............115 Girls: 1.Danielle Grigoletti ......222 2.Kayla Miller ................192 3.Kelly Christman..........115 4.Lanaea Malak ..............66 5.Taylor Neys..................63 6.Breanna Malak ............41 7.Alexandra Kassal.........21 Open A: 1.Derek Whitney ...........157 2.Kyle White ...................96 3.Roy Horton ..................92 4.Justin Kelly ..................86 5.Brian White ..................76 6.Justin Baker.................69 7.James Garrett..............55 Open B: 1.Matt Hammond ..........186 2.Dennis Morsch Jr.......161 3.Zeno Molteni..............150 4.Jesse Keith ................109 5.Erik Utech ....................92 6.Ricki Williams ..............70 7.Jason Skudrna.............62 Open C: 1.Joseph Ahern.............203

2.Jake Cook..................174 3.Seth Kuss ..................161 4.Garrett Mitchell ..........103 5.Alex Kahne ..................99 6.Jake Seibert.................85 7.Kyle Sommer ...............67 Super Mini: 1.Robbie Hyson ............228 2.Logan Skaggs............196 3.Tanner Porter.............171 4.Jordan Mackiewicz ....147 5.Kody Smith ................141 6.Sam Shamie ..............131 7.Tyler Simpkins ...........124 Women: 1.April Roper.................220 2.Kimberly Chandler .....153 3.Hannah Keith.............120 4.Danielle Wilkinson .....120 5.Lanaea Malak ............105 6.Kelly Christman ...........93 7.Elisa Lunde..................81

Enduro

Overall A: 1.Jeff Fredette ..............175 2.Kiel Mueller................131 3.Ryan Moss.................119 4.Pete Laubmeier ...........87 5.Brian Neihaus ..............85 6.Heath Drone ................56 7.Jared Parker ................50 Overall B: 1.Chris Welch ...............120 2.Travis Held ..................81 3.Brad Knisely ................79 4.Michael Westhoff .........73 5.Curt Schomberg ..........57 6.Dennis Sanders ...........53 7.Michael Veld ................53 AA: 1.Jeff Fredette ..............180 2.Keil Mueller................132 3.Ryan Moss.................131 4.Brian Niehaus ..............99 5.Pete Laubmeier ...........92 6.Jared Parker ................81 7.Heath Drone ................69 C: 1.Ryan Gusewelle ..........80 2.Nathan Crane ..............74 3.Nick Graf......................66 4.Jaroslay Cerny.............30 5.Frank Caballero ...........30 6.Joey Frey.....................25 7.Kurt Marsan .................21 200 B: 1.Chris Welch ...............135 2.Christophe Ray..........122 3.Stan Szlachciuk .........115 4.Jeff Koniak.................104 250 A: 1.Dave Edsall ...............149 2.Dan Ryan...................121 3.Scott Mertes...............110 Open A: 1.Brian Breci .................134 2.Tom Elliott ....................97 3.Jeff Snedecor ..............67 4.Stan Redell ..................36 CYCLE USA, December 2009

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5.Wes Donaldson ...........30 6.Radek Bahnik ..............25 7.Joel Mertes ..................14 Open B: 1.Michael Westhoff .......138 2.Travis Held ................123 3.Curt Shomberg ..........110 4.Michael Veld ................84 5.Tom Vanplew ...............75 6.Dean Fiene ..................42 7.Adam Vanopdorp.........30 Vet A: 1.Joel Mertes ................142 2.Paul Mitzelfelt ..............91 3.Roger Devore ..............73 4.Rob McGee .................43 5.Tim Farrel ....................34 6.Jozef Janas .................31 7.George Bolek...............30 Vet B: 1.Kenneth Mckeever.......74 2.Jason Mccorkle............48 3.Thomas Miller ..............46 4.Matt Reynolds..............30 5.Steve Leinback ............25 6.Roger Austin ................21 7.Jason Flynn .................15 Senior A: 1.John Ryan .................133 2.Bryan Dixon .................89 3.Larry Bergquist ............66 4.Scott Ragland ..............63 5.Dean Lukey .................61 6.Dave Dupree ...............55 7.Don Raschke ...............46 Senior B: 1.Bill Elliot .....................134 2.Tim Graf.....................121 3.Brad Knisely ................78 4.Dennis Sanders ...........74 5.Jeffrey Mueller .............62 6.Tim Ryan .....................46 7.John Kalkirtz ................42 Super Senior: 1.Tom Graf, Jr ...............110 2.Richard Mertes ............97 3.Steven Pawlak.............44 4.Bruce Mueller ..............40 5.Duane Eller..................25 6.Gary Peterson .............25 7.John Dameron .............18 Masters: 1.Layton Erickson .........115 2.Mike Brubaker .............25

Hare Scramble

Best 18 201-Open B: 1.Alec Bill......................607 2.Timothy Heath ...........433 3.Spencer Burke...........380 4.Jerrod Marfell.............355 5.Brandon Whipple .......332 6.Shane Harmon ..........293 7.Travis Held ................138 8.Alexander Bradfield ...124 9.Brandon Frizzo ..........109 10.Blake Diesser ..........105 201-Open C: 1.Bryan Clucas .............660

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2.Steve Daniels ............605 3.Andrew Porter............431 4.Justin Cox..................421 5.Dustin Thompson ......364 6.Jason Drake ..............362 7.Thomas Albin.............270 8.Chris Wells ................217 9.S.J. Seghi ..................211 10.Justin Newell ...........189 30+ A: 1.Clinton Pherigo ..........630 2.Oscar Rodriguez........493 3.Patrick McClure .........457 4.Ron Beach.................386 5.Tim Farrell .................287 6.Jason Kauzlarich .......207 7.John Stichnoth...........159 8.Mark Jones ................121 9.Ivan Banga.................112 10.John Ryan .................86 30+ B: 1.Randy Southard.........574 2.Brian Roland..............509 3.Doug Ogden ..............387 4.Terry Virgil..................349 5.Steve Sanders ...........262 6.Jerry Oksas ...............257 7.Richard Vieregge.......216 8.Paul Helms ................205 9.Jason Kedzie .............181 10.Todd Brough ............179 30+ C: 1.Steve Perkins ............600 2.Anthony Leone ..........389 3.Shawn Hayes ............363 4.Matt Wamhoff ............348 5.Douglas Propper........335 6.Brian Doughty............332 7.Kevin Striegel ............174 8.Brian Smith ................147 9.David Oelfke ..............142 10.Ryan Gusewelle ......125 4 Wheel 35+: 1.Bradley Holder ...........411 2.Kevin Johnson ...........396 3.Daniel Burkitt .............241 4.Tony Kispert...............210 5.Michael Lowry............153 6.Tim Storey..................115 7.James Hanchett .........111 4 Wheel A: 1.Roger Swim ...............308 2.Jason Williams...........210 3.Shane Gaunt .............195 4.Curt DeMay ...............158 5.Scott Burkitt ...............157 6.Nick Sutton ..................59 7.Jason Noble.................42 4 Wheel B: 1.Cody Toal...................416 2.Brandon Hibberd .......282 3.David Johnson...........278 4.Michael Waggoner.....229 5.Andre Topper .............190 6.Todd McGuire ............179 7.Brian Chastain ...........171 4 Wheel C: 1.Riley Brueggman .......457 2.Jacob Bill ...................363 3.Cody Smith ................288 4.Brandon Haley...........282 5.David Singleton .........199 6.Jake Black .................179 7.Jason Noble...............177 8.Brandon Chapman ....171 9.Dean Black ................157 10.Douglas Edmeier .....138 40+ A: 1.Kenny Otterbach........600 2.Jim Perry ...................433 3.James Schmidt ..........313 4.Don Raschke .............293 5.Thomas Burtle ...........267

6.John Henry ................179 7.Ken Matway...............156 8.James Wancket .........145 9.Raymond Devlin ........145 10.Neal Haarman .........108 40+ B: 1.Gregory Gourley ........655 2.Steven Pickerill ..........486 3.Andy Garecht.............457 4.Joel Huggins..............399 5.Ed Howard.................374 6.Robert Marfell ............373 7.Larry Fredrick ............368 8.William Horsley..........340 9.John Horn ..................200 10.Brian Fowler ............178 50+: 1.Donald Carqueville ....566 2.Rick Mahrt .................457 3.David Moose..............442 4.Wally Mika .................424 5.Gerhard Ward ............395 6.Gary Peterson ...........388 7.Robert Mitchell...........222 8.Si Keith ......................158 9.Gary Hutchens...........119 10.Richard Mertes ........115 50cc (4-6 yrs): 1.Jake Oelfke................459 2.TJ Nees .....................380 3.Ella Oelfke .................208 4.Kyle Green.................134 5.Carter Holder ...............93 6.James Adkisson...........67 7.Nathan Metz ................30 50cc (7-8 yrs): 1.Tanner Whipple..........640 2.Elijah Otterbach .........581 3.Garrett Ward ..............458 4.Dalton Garecht ..........439 5.Luke Wamhoff............417 6.Jason Pelka ...............386 7.Tallon Blaise ..............368 8.Allison Roland............345 9.Michael Burtle............152 10.John McClain...........128 65cc: 1.Ronnie Beach ............592 2.Matthew McDonald....519 3.Colton Brough............494 4.Braxton Bill ................460 5.Cody Barnes..............382 6.Mason Schuhler.........365 7.Cody Kennedy ...........225 8.Ty Kinkelaar ...............111 9.Braden Housenga......100 10.Ben Jones..................98 65cc Beginner: 1.Bryce Otterbach.........588 2.Colten Zuidema .........492 3.Aspen Park ................441 4.Douglas Propper II.....397 5.Garrett Ward ..............378 6.Ethan Blaise ..............347 7.Haydon Schmidt ........284 8.Tanner Whipple..........282 9.Autumn Franklin ........247 10.Kolton Featherston ..182 85cc: 1.Travis Ward ...............565 2.Devon Fredrick ..........504 3.Dalton Brough............491 4.Nate Hornung ............398 5.Colt Converse............389 6.Jeff Gourley ...............330 7.Jarred Hall .................312 8.Tanner Rusk ..............304 9.Ty Kinkelaar...............272 10.Logan Kelly..............270 86-200 B: 1.Joshua Fehring..........598 2.Alec Perry ..................548 3.Scott Sexton ..............511

4.Benjamin Schmidt......361 5.Katlin Helms ..............224 6.Jay Capodice.............208 7.Keagan Schmidt ........201 86-200 C: 1.JJ Cones....................645 2.Grant Bodmer ............630 3.Roy Clucas ................445 4.Jordan Bill..................409 5.Cody Bollinger ...........304 6.Jake Seibert...............215 7.Tyler Sanders ............134 8.Nicholas Broll .............111 9.Dylan Broll ...................82 10.Schaffer Finney .........77 86-Open A: 1.Kyleer Vance .............625 2.Rick Kinkelaar............565 3.Jeffrey Kaylor.............359 4.Derek Toberman ........352 5.Timothy Reid .............325 6.Dustin McDonald .......314 7.Austin Wells...............272 8.Jay Hall......................262 9.Jeffrey Snedecor .......182 10.Jesse Keith ..............166 AA: 1.Lee Lankutis ..............608 2.Trey Verardo ..............488 3.Nolan Whitesell..........345 4.Ryan Lenth ................288 5.Matt Capodice ...........180 6.Scott Ragland ............176 7.Steven Willis ..............150 8.Dan Burgard ..............138 9.Daniel Janus ..............115 10.Jeremy Smith...........104 Women: 1.Chelsea Marfell..........636 2.Veronica Martin..........630 3.Taylor Clark................521 4.Paige Garecht............406 5.LeaAnn Oelfke...........281 6.Hannah Keith.............215 7.Nikki Dixon.................197 8.Colleen Ahrendsen ....161 9.Makia Hoormann .......134 10.Kelly Christman .........97

Dirt Track

Best 24 125cc: 1.Alex Felland ...............110 2.Molly Terry ...................27 3.Bryant Harsy................23 4.Turner Roberts ............20 5.Erich Voitel...................11 6.William Kent.................11 7.Trent McVey ..................9 250cc: 1.Springer DeRosear....355 2.Kole King ...................336 3.Taylor Roberts ...........204 4.Joshua Blazek ...........202 5.Steven Sandoval .......164 6.Molly Terry .................147 7.Alex Felland.................86 450cc: 1.Dustin Cassidy...........335 2.Joshua Blazek ...........195 3.Adam Camp...............168

4.Chas Rice ..................111 5.Chad Richey ................85 6.Jason Johnson ............82 7.Erich Voitel...................78 50 Chain: 1.Chase Banning ..........332 2.Richard Kent..............202 3.Clayton Archdale .......195 4.Alex Sandoval............179 5.Damon Deweese .........98 6.Shane Obanion............94 7.Dallas Daniels..............86 50 Shaft: 1.Chase Banning ..........380 2.Brady Hazen..............364 3.Cale Voitel .................107 4.Joestela Willis..............99 5.Dallas Daniels..............96 6.James Taber ................89 7.Tyrail Grayson .............88 505cc: 1.Chas Rice ....................42 2.Joshua Blazek .............30 3.Richard Kent................28 4.Levi Mayer .....................4 5.John Poorman ...............3 65cc: 1.Trent McVey ..............314 2.Turner Roberts ..........278 3.Tanner Felland...........262 4.Rooks DeRosear .......237 5.Tyler Mink ..................222 6.Chase Wright.............120 7.Shane Obanion............36 76-125 4 stk: 1.Bryce Hazen ..............357 2.Brianna Hazen...........331 3.Trent McVey ..............284 4.Tanner Felland...........235 5.Ryan Sandoval ..........137 6.Chase Wright.............127 7.William Kent...............122 85cc: 1.Alex Felland...............367 2.Blake Claeys..............270 3.Turner Roberts ..........228 4.Bryce Hazen ..............224 5.Allyx Camp ................198 6.Gary RolofsonIII.........192 7.William Kent...............191 86-160cc: 1.Allyx Camp ................263 2.Brianna Hazen ...........211 3.Gary RolofsonIII.........128 4.Kole King .....................63 5.William Kent.................39 6.Kyle Vaughn ................33 7.Steven Sandoval .........23 91-300Quad: 1.Skyler Lingenfelter.......26 2.Ryan Kaufman.............10 Open: 1.Dustin Cassidy...........246 2.Joshua Blazek ...........193 3.Adam Camp...............181 4.Steven Sandoval .......131 5.Taylor Roberts............119 6.Chas Rice ....................69 7.Erich Voitel...................37 Open Quad: 1.Ryan Kaufman...........150 2.Mitch Stein...................53 3.Daniel Davis ................44 4.Ben Cripe.....................35 5.Robert Kelly .................20 6.Damon Brown..............20 7.Patrick Odell ................17 Sen 40+: 1.Thomas Dolan ...........236 2.Ricky York..................193 3.Greg Donley ..............185 4.Ted Arkebayer............159 5.Stan Camp.................142


6.Tom McCarthy ...........127 7.Tony Rulli ...................124 SS 50+: 1.Bob Crosby................266 2.David York .................193 3.Thomas Dolan ...........179 4.Jerry Cheney .............116 5.Joe Baggott .................90 6.Randy Blackwell ..........66 7.Randall Senneff ...........56 Vet 30+: 1.Lance Kent ................274 2.Richard Kent..............210 3.Tom McCarthy ...........148 4.Dave DeWeese .........131 5.Justin Caves ................48 6.Russ Meinders.............42 7.Tracy Jones .................29 Vintage: 1.Gary Rolofson............240 2.Gaylan Oros ..............223 3.Mike Caves................174 4.Dustin Sievers ...........142 5.Jerry Cheney .............132 6.Tom Fisher.................128 7.Ted Arkebayer..............83

Hill Climb 50cc: 1.Levi Peters.................485 2.Reece Hutton.............418 3.Chase Banning ..........293 4.Checotah Benefiel .....242 5.Braden Young ............230 6.John Brian .................168 7.Jaeda Petty................155 85cc Sr.: 1.Joseph McGurer ........330 2.Austin Shelton ...........130 250cc: 1.Matt Peters ................481 2.Dylan Brady ...............314 3.Danny Schuman ........313 4.Joseph McGurer ........281 5.Kodi Harnish ..............200 6.Robert Fortner ...........187 7.Caleb Emory..............152 750cc: 1.Paul Hillard ................465 2.Andy Fortner.............335 3.Robert Senn .............214 4.Chris Senn.................194 5.Mike Sarver ...............134 6.Lloyd Haas...................60 7.Chris Meyer .................26 Super Senior +50: 1.Jim Allen ....................386 2.Keith Klett ..................321 3.Steve Horath..............302 4.Tom Rollins ................178 5.Randal Trosper ..........150 6.Michael Bacon ...........145 7.Alan Hoskins................85 600cc 4-Stroke: 1.Gordon Green............317

2.Brian Klett ..................295 3.Dan Groth ..................292 4.Robert Senn .............240 5.Andrew Groth ............214 6.Alan Petty ..................160 7.Chris Peters...............160 Women (Exhibition): 1.Rebecca Lawson .......355 2.Lakota Ashworth ........262 3.Carissa Harwell .........214 4.Lauren Shafer..............57 5.Alissa Harnish..............43 65cc: 1.Levi Peters.................477 2.Andrew Fortner..........390 3.Reece Hutton.............337 4.Alissa Harnish............238 5.Braden Young ..............98 6.Tori Daniels..................83 7.Garett Holycross..........81 125cc: 1.Dylan Brady ...............419 2.Joseph McGurer ........390 3.Carissa Harwell .........172 4.Lonnie Estes ..............116 5.Chad Altfillisch ...........106 6.Matt Altfillisch.............106 7.Glen Poppen................36 450cc: 1.Matt Peters ................468 2.Danny Schuman ........357 3.Dan Groth ..................283 4.Gordon Green............254 5.Brian Klett ..................250 6.Andrew Groth ............137 7.Mark Schroeder .........112 Open: 1.Robert J. Watson .......177 2.Steve Shafer................85 2.Bobby Walker ..............85 4.Cody Jenner ................55 5.Lloyd Haas...................50 6.Andy Fortner...............30 7.Butch Fetters ...............25 400cc Stock: 1.Kyle Galloway............421 2.Andy Fortner..............418 3.Michael Pulver ...........361 4.Mark Schroeder .........177 5.Gordon Green............138 6.Alan Petty ..................124 7.Troy Camerer ..............91 2-Stroke Quad: 1.Paul Hillard ................334 2.Wade Garriott ............141 3.Jim Mahan .................119 4.Jeff Ramey ..................60 5.Michael Clark...............32 6.Don Richardson...........31 7.Cody Jenner ................18 85cc Jr.: 1.Dakota J. Watson ......477 2.Jarred Brown .............228 3.Eathen Bartenback ....209 4.Jeremiah Lyday .........206 5.Andrew Fortner..........143 6.Clayton Hirsch ...........109 7.Levi Peters...................16 200cc: 1.Kyle Galloway............461 2.Chris Senn.................365 3.Keith Klett ..................280 4.Lakota Ashworth ........103 5.Robin Senn..................43

6.Jeff Jack ......................30 7.Keegan Bohannon.......16 600cc: 1.Matt Peters ................417 2.Andy Fortner.............400 3.Dylan Brady ...............278 4.Danny Schuman ........260 5.Alan Petty ..................217 6.Butch Fetters .............205 7.Scott Petty .................189 Senior +40: 1.Michael Pulver ...........452 2.Paul Hillard ................393 3.Scott Petty .................337 4.Mark Peters ...............239 5.Randal Trosper ..........144 6.Tom Rollins ................141 7.Gordon Green............120 Open Stock: 1.Michael Pulver ...........438 2.Kyle Galloway............427 3.Alan Petty ..................171 4.Mike Sarver .................70 5.Erik Guglielmi ..............65 6.John Colbert ................51 7.Paul Hackbarth ............50 4-Stroke Quad: 1.Jeff Ramey ................335 2.Robert Fortner ...........244

Motocross

Championship Award Winners Best 22 finishes 50 Jr: 1.Kaden Mohror ...........434 2.Gage Steburg............129 50 SR.: 1.Hunter E. Utsler.........544 2.Chase Cooper ...........454 3.Dylan M. Smith..........444 4.Blake Hoag................431 5.Christian Farnsworth .314 6.Zach S. Zimmerman..306 7.Keaton Zimmerman...295 8.Zack Frederick ..........272 9.Colby D. Roskop .......270 65Jr: 1.Scki Rodites ..............521 2.Hunter E. Utsler.........471 3.Kaleb P. Konrad.........411 4.Kian M. Mckeag ........220 5.Chase Cooper ...........217 6.Dylan M. Smith..........216 65 Sr: 1.Quentin Thompson....492 2.Haylee R. Peterman..487 3.Damian Benson.........401 4.Sam Wieben..............365 5.Bryce F. Mclaud.........290 85 Jr: 1.Sam Tinkey ...............471 2.Keanan Tinkey ..........405 3.Brian M. Neuenkirk....358 4.Quentin T. Thompson 277 5.Brock A. Donaldson...271

6.Cass N. Mckeag........248 7.Sam Wieben..............187 85 Sr: 1.Brennon Myers..........498 2.Jordan L. Harnish......484 3.Taylor J. Simons........435 4.Jacob Falck ...............387 5.Kayla L. Allers ...........298 6.Travis J. Prier ............279 7.Justin Beach..............274 8.Chase E. Stevenson .266 Super Mini: 1.Brennon Myers..........529 2.Jordan L. Harnish......431 3.Taylor J. Simons........421 4.Jacob Falck ...............324 5.Chase E. Stevenson .296 6.Travis J. Prier ............275 7.Lukas A. Rick ............263 School Boy: 1.Brennon Myers..........470 2.Jake J. Harnish .........407 3.Kody K. Pirie .............386 4.Kevin A. Goette .........373 Quad 50: 1.Taron Liebe ...............393 2.Roderick L. Philipp ....391 3.Tristen Liebe..............344 4.Bryce A. Wilson .........324 5.Lauren Wilson ...........269 6.Dylan Sereg ..............234 7.Traxton Liebe ............218 Quad 90 Cvt: 1.Chance Nekola..........458 2.Jessica Pelock ..........447 3.Brandon Hoag ...........443 4.Syndee Steckly .........265 Quad 90 Open : 1.Sidney I. Roorda .......457 2.Sam P. Steckly ..........336 3.Tiffany Taylor .............309 4.Sky R. Volkamer........296 5.Brady J. Losure .........291 6.Cole A. Borowiak.......198 Quad Jr: 1.Casey Beaver............494 2.Trey R. Sudbrock ......165 14-24 B/C: 1.Bryce A. Craig ...........330 2.Corbin D. Fratzke ......295 3.Mick Hesse................199 4.Sam C. Allison...........155 25+ A: 1.Austin Raubs.............335 2.Trent P. Neimann.......245 3.Justin Vanmaaren .....231 4.Robert W. Palmer......198 5.Scott W. Mericle ........143 25+ B/C: 1.Randall Large............407 30+ A: 1.Todd Walton ..............483 2.Barry Ream ...............304 3.Robert W. Palmer......232 4.Scott W. Mericle ........148 30+ B/C: 1.Matt R. Morris............442 2.Troy Pflughaupt .........423 3.Mark R. Busby...........388 40+ A: 1.Barry Ream ...............512 2.Bryant M. Ward .........507 3.Ernest C. Peterman...440 4.Mark Bonnell .............332 40+ B/C: 1.Matt R. Morris............497 2.Anthony W. Gage ......412 3.Michael Petrak ..........315

4.Chris Chadek ............298 5.Keith P. Olson............274 6.Erwin C. Clark ...........203 Women: 1.Marissa Busby...........514 2.Kayla L. Allers ...........447 3.Rochelle Charnowski 442 4.Hailee R. Mcdonald...407 5.Marissa N. Cozine.....305 6.Ashley Prier...............287 125: 1.Corey E. Jacobe........452 2.Mark Bonnell .............317 3.Michael G. Larson .....286 4.Chase E. Stevenson .162 250A: 1.Todd Walton ..............456 2.Bobby L. Hanson.......358 3.Gavin Faith................259 4.Danny Stephens........234 250B: 1.Kody K. Pirie .............403 2.Brian L. Jestrab .........394 3.Shay M. Moore..........318 4.Dylan A. Busby..........295 5.Corey E. Jacobe........260 250C: 1.Jake J. Harnish .........485 2.Michael Clark ............442 3.Kevin A. Goette .........384 4.Dakota Anderson.......307 5.Conrad Schipper .......212 Open A: 1.Jed W. Seeman.........349 2.Todd Walton ..............326 3.Austin Raubs.............324 5.Gavin Faith................262 Open B: 1.Kody K. Pirie .............417 2.Brian L. Jestrab .........410 3.Bryce A. Craig ...........296 4.Shay M. Moore..........275 Open C: 1.Michael Clark ............459 2.Dakota Anderson.......349 3.Dustin D. Roskop ......336 4.Conrad Schipper .......208 5.Matt Banks ................193 Quad A: 1.Cameron T. Reimers..411 2.Dalton Hicks ..............320 3.Jacob A. Lawson .......304 4.James Mc Naul .........299 5.John A. Benda...........196 Quad B: 1.Jamie Renken ...........454 2.Scott R. Criswell........397 3.Dustin Drozd .............363 4.Brandon D. Kunkel ....362 Quad C: 1.Justin Mcdonald ........382 2.Jason A. Ray .............347 3.Randy Holliday ..........316 Quad A Prod: 1.Cameron T. Reimers .444 2.Jacob A. Lawson .......323 3.Dalton Hicks ..............317 4.James Mc Naul .........292 5.John A. Benda...........217 Quad B/C Prod: 1.Jamie Renken ...........475 2.Cody Moline ..............209 3.Doug E. Ockerman....173 4.Brandon D. Kunkel ....169

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Road/Dual Sport DUAL SPORT: 1.Brad Eggum.................53 2.Brett Lobajeski .............49 3.Duane Baer..................38 4.Gordon Lunde..............37 5.Frank Lucia ..................27 6.Steve Wise...................24 7.Brad Kortbein.................8 8.Mike Weidmeyer ............7 8.John Bradley..................7 ROAD: Solo Class: 1.Joe Shafel....................40 2.Ken Schuck..................28 3.James Barsal ..............18 4.Phillip Terry ..................15 5.Dale Kelter .....................8 6.John Troia ......................5 7.Curt Shomberg ..............5 8.Andrew Jensen ..............4 Buddy Rider: 1.James Welch ...............40 2.Al Sumner ....................15 Passenger: 1.Maureen Welch............40 2.Judy Sumner................15

Motocross Final, best 44 motos 125JR: 1.Jacob Vaness.............840 2.Tyler Stoll ...................772 3.Colin Hass .................591 4.Adam Reek ................579 5.Jamie Nixon ...............465 6.Colton Greaves..........456 7.Cody Fredrick ............436 8.Arthur Woller ..............391 9.Alex Williams .............355 10.Blake Bocek.............350 250 A: 1.Jesse Koth .................609 2.Dustin Pulley..............542 3.Ben Peterson .............434 4.Brandon Crevier.........369 5.Nathen Laporte ..........344 6.Sam Long ..................302 7.Travis Grendzinski .....294 8.Jake Zeugner.............281 9.Andrew Lieders..........277

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10.Aaron Stroebel.........254 250 B: 1.Joshua Mc Cole .........694 2.Jacob Wunderlich ......590 3.Adam Reek ................484 4.Josh Kruit...................413 5.Marshall Maas ...........375 6.Colton Greaves..........355 7.Marcus Markee ..........306 8.Cody Warren..............290 9.Dillon Kau ..................276 10.Daniel Gray..............247 250 C: 1.Aaron Horack.............703 2.William Menzel...........619 3.Seth Fuller .................494 4.Cody Sikorski.............468 5.Ryan Lamarch ...........412 6.Casey Collegron ........330 7.Alex Williams..............311 8.Jamie Nixon ...............302 9.Derek Denruiter .........282 10.Derek Busse ............264 +25A: 1.Justin Engels .............694 2.Jason Heindl ..............575 3.Aaron Stroebel...........373 4.Devin Haws................344 5.Cody Wills ..................311 6.Craig Wallace.............279 7.David Osterman.........239 8.Chris Junkans ............209 9.David Rock ................202 10.Jeremy Hackbarth....200 +25B: 1.Brian Christian ...........913 2.Gabe Kohlmeyer........788 3.Cody Haglund ............472 4.Tommy Olson.............306 5.Joseph Snell Jr. .........286 6.Greg Niles..................270 7.Eric Derlein ................184 8.Kevin Luedtke ............180 9.Justin Pampuch .........178 10.Andy Heinecke.........158 65 7-11: 1.Dennis Ponton III .....1058 2.Brady Bill....................872 3.Max Steinhorst...........755 4.Dylan Densow............728 5.Taylor Brissette ..........587 6.Hunter Sayles ............497 7.Kadin Ahrndt ..............422 8.Kendra Randrup ........414 9.Mitchell Nooyen .........377 10.Trytan Stewart..........308 85JR 9-11: 1.Dennis Ponton III .....1031 2.Brady Bill....................734 3.Logan Fleischman .....715 4.Keegan Cummins ......649 5.Tyler Koehler..............592 6.Tommykole Olson ......520 7.Max Steinhorst...........467 8.Austin Childers...........379 9.Cody Graham ............371 10.Noah Picard .............351 85SR 12-15: 1.Jacob Vaness...........1059 2.Dustin Sikorski ...........884 3.Colin Hass .................714 4.Jack Hendrick ............685 5.Blake Bocek...............549 6.Ashley Densow ..........541

7.Tristan Alloway...........505 8.Jeremiah Lemke ........420 9.Robert Renkas II........401 10.Tye Renkas..............353 OPEN A: 1.Jesse Koth .................627 2.Dustin Pulley..............553 3.Ben Peterson .............409 4.Dylan Koth .................386 5.Sam Long ..................344 6.Jason Erdmann..........324 7.Dylan Narel ................289 8.Jake Zeugner.............284 9.Travis Grendzinski .....270 10.Brandon Crevier.......262 OPEN B: 1.Joshua Mc Cole .........653 2.Jacob Wunderlich ......618 3.Brian Christian ...........579 4.Cody Ciszewski .........498 5.Marshall Maas ...........464 6.Gabe Kohlmeyer........440 7.Colton Karl .................369 8.Daniel Gray................248 9.Kurt Dubord ...............246 10.Matthew Meyers ......229 OPEN C: 1.Tyler Stoll ...................908 2.Seth Fuller .................646 3.Jed Foltz ....................363 4.Ryan Cox ...................349 5.Dale Minkler...............345 6.Joe Hinze...................338 7.Cody Steuck ..............324 8.Matt Kohlmeyer..........255 9.Brett Ebben................250 10.Cole Kucera .............230 50JR 4-6: 1.Josh Merten .............1123 2.John Boivin ................981 3.Dylan Downs..............728 4.Taylor Luxem .............672 5.Makayla Carpio..........456 6.Kolin Olsen ................447 7.Trenton Headson .......353 8.Autumn Czappa .........352 9.Logan Joachim ..........335 10.Carter Biese.............266 50SR 7-8: 1.Dylan Densow..........1073 2.Bailey Otis..................804 3.Mitchell Nooyen .........802 4.Kadin Ahrndt ..............769 5.Jack Wojahn ..............751 6.Bryce Hansen ............427 7.Keano Medved...........385 8.Brady Harbort ............380 9.Dane Klinger ..............360 10.Eddie Norred Jr........275 QUAD A: 1.Roderic Bolstad .........595 2.James Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dovero ........371 3.Judd Skubal ...............336 4.Jesse Breivogel .........242 5.Daniel Woodruff .........233 6.Matt Mullen ................217 7.Tony Myslicki..............174 8.Chris Mathias.............171 9.David Behrens Jr .......169 10.Cody Walesh............153 QUAD B: 1.Alex Berndt ................646 2.Jonathan Routhieaux.390 3.Kyle Olsen .................263

4.Kevin Klinger..............236 5.Chad Falk ..................229 6.John Adams ...............196 7.Tanner Timblin ...........190 8.Pat Lacenski ..............174 9.Richard Schierl ..........153 10.Jason Haugrud ........137 QUAD C: 1.Dylan Guindon ...........516 2.Nicholas Swan ...........489 3.Tom Ginter .................429 4.Tyler Johnson ............232 5.Walter Remic Iii..........195 6.James Faccio.............188 7.Jonathan Pepin..........171 8.Jim Daniel ..................141 9.Zach Forsman............138 10.Craig French ............127 SENIOR 40+: 1.Darin Perryman..........821 2.John Degrave ............650 3.Greg Bink...................530 4.Lonnie Urban .............475 5.Rick Williams .............408 6.Mike Frankini .............315 7.George Tabalske........284 8.Robert Johnson Jr .....266 9.Jeff Ramsay ...............259 10.Pete Emme ..............236 SENIOR 50+: 1.Dale Lardinois..........1026 2.Gregory Britton ..........637 3.Mark Markee..............473 4.Paul Williquette ..........435 5.Rick Haws..................429 6.Kenton Price ..............396 7.Mike Barta..................362 8.John Meehan .............276 9.Doug Baumann..........219 10.Randy Britton ...........198 SPORTSMAN B/C: 1.Zach Hinze.................588 2.Josh Kruit...................407 3.Cody Warren..............379 4.Cody Ciszewski .........372 5.Brennen Marshall.......307 6.Casey Millette ............284 7.Dillon Kau ..................279 8.Colton Karl .................270 9.Todd Waege...............269 10.Marcus Markee ........235 VETA 35+: 1.Jason Heindl ..............638 2.Cory Croschere..........574 3.Thomas Dretzka ........249 4.David Rock ................233 5.Frank Weiss ...............132 6.Bryan Rusch ..............126 7.Mike Frankini..............114 8.Eric Tetzlaff ................108 9.Lyle Block.....................91 10.Jason Warner.............90 VETB 30+: 1.Kc Bowman................808 2.Robert Renkas...........603 3.Tim Randrup ..............525 4.Darin Dionne..............425 5.Tommy Olson.............425 6.Jesse Nicholas...........406 7.Jason Childers ...........283 8.Craigg Nickerson .......247 9.Jake Gervais..............244 10.Scott Graham...........243

WOMEN: 1.Ashley Densow ........1050 2.Stephanie Hinze ........781 3.Brittany Lemke...........617 4.Falen Narel ................515 5.Chelsey Bill ................507 6.Sierra Dortch..............413 7.Jessica Swan.............412 8.Sheena Haws ............330 9.Priscilla Gasch ...........288 10.Shannon Markee .....240

Dirt Track

Final 4-Stroke: 1.Chad C. Jesko ...........301 2.Cory Mahlum .............251 3.Matt Schmitz ..............117 4.Rob Reitz .....................86 5.Brian Kasmiski .............52 6.Stuart Hunt...................52 7.Andrew Garvey ............41 Quad A: 1.Jeremy Hunt ..............221 2.Rob Reitz ...................119 3.Ray Manion ................118 4.Brady Schultz...............52 5.Kasey Pierce................36 6.Brandon Leis................20 7.Wayne Richter .............20 Open: 1.Jeremy Hunt ..............192 2.Cory Mahlum .............157 3.Ray Manion................126 4.Rob Reitz ...................121 5.Matt Schmitz ..............115 6.Bryan A. Welch ............99 7.Brady Schultz...............49 Quad B: 1.Chad C. Jesko ...........315 2.Cory Mahlum .............259 3.Matt Schmitz ..............103 4.Philip Manion ...............82 5.Joseph Day..................78 6.Tarin Cottone ...............73 7.Daniel Pohlhammer .....65 Youth: 1.Peyton Hall ................282 2.Spencer L. Beek ........256 3.Tyler Schrimpf............230 4.Jesse J. Shaudvitis ....185 5.Hunter A. Schultz .......183 6.Nathan Newton ............97 7.Mitchel Bignell..............88 XR50: 1.Aaron Jahnke.............346 2.Brady Lange ..............259 3.Keegan Harterink.......230 4.Caden Demaa............140 5.Bradley Warmka ........108 6.Jacob Trosper ..............76 7.Hayden Zurn ................64 85cc: 1.Andrew Schleicher.....274 2.Parker Lange .............259


3.Charlotte Kainz ..........236 4.Jacob Jesko...............235 5.Mitchel Martinich..........95 6.Austin Reifsnider..........50 7.Alec Muth.....................31 505cc: 1.David Schultz.............273 2.Ian Steen ...................226 3.Rob Treinen................114 4.Chris Champine .........106 5.Mark Schnettler............87 6.Mitchel Schultz.............73 7.Quinn Mischler.............67 Vets: 1.Danny Vrana ..............191 2.Kevin Kilkenny............114 3.Matthew Barksdale ....104 4.Terry Vestal ..................60 5.Brian Zurn ....................60 6.David Kilkenny .............46 7.Pat Lamb .....................41 65cc: 1.Jacob Jesko...............348 2.Parker Lange .............293 3.Sam Wolf ...................202 4.Keegan Harterink.........97 5.Maxwell Mayer.............51 6.Ali Sowieja ...................38 7.Austin Reifsnider..........24 250cc: 1.Alexia Hoffmann.........229 2.Jesse Walton .............150 3.Trey Johnson .............134 4.Julieanna Grasser ......118 5.Quinn Mischler.............85 6.Morgan Mischler ..........78 7.Patrick Tratar ...............73 Vintage+Twins: 1.Mark Martinich ...........285 2.Ronald Bean ..............127 3.Erich Olson ................100 4.Kenneth Pesz ..............56 5.Mark Snyder ................24 6.Pat Bean ......................20 7.Lee Johnson ................16 Super Senior: 1.Ronald Bean ..............232 2.Kenneth Pesz ............130 3.Rick Saenz...................84 4.Gerald Blasczyk...........76 5.Larry Thompson...........75 6.Al Sumner ....................58 7.Steve Prisk...................52 50cc: 1.Aaron Jahnke.............352 2.Caden Demaa............228 3.Hayden Zurn ................72 4.Sam Mayer ..................66 5.Colton Zurn ..................44 6.Keegan Harterink.........32 7.Kane Harpster..............24 125cc: 1.Morgan Mischler ..........36 2.Ian Malinowski .............20 3.Samantha Steen ..........16 Open: 1.Ian Steen ...................239 2.David Schultz.............228 3.Robert Treinen ...........133 4.Alexia Hoffmann.........115 5.Trey Johnson ...............99 6.Chris Champine ...........81 7.Mark Schnettler............80 8.Jesse Walton ...............79

Senior: 1.Marvin Wollschlager...203 2.Jack Kainz .................198 3.Brendan Grasser .......167 4.Terry Vestal ................127 5.Pat Lamb .....................56 6.Michael Duvall .............24 7.Steven Duvall...............21 8.Patrick Ryder ...............21

50cc: 1.Autumn Czappa ........110 2.Hunter Fischer ............90 3.Rylee Schiller ..............42 4.Evan Bjorge ................30

Hill Climb: Hare Scrambles AA: 1.Jd Friebel ..................140 2.John Strangfeld ...........94 3.Brian Messerschmidt ..91 4.Scott Daubert ..............85 5.Ben Bernard ................64 6.Nathan Ferderer .........60 7.Pete Laubmeier ..........55 A: 1.Ondrej Mertlik ...........130 2.Robert Kau ..................78 3.Jake Gervais ...............66 4.Shane Donovan ..........51 5.David Rock .................30 5.Dillon Kau ...................30 5.Brian Terry ...................30 B: 1.Mark Sheppard .........167 2.Andrew Storbeck ......164 3.Ryan Fredericks ........115 4.Frank Caballero ........104 5.Steve Roof ..................95 6.Joe Chwala .................88 7.Joe Bauer ...................87 C: 1.Corey Pederson ........198 2.J Skenandore ............147 3.Jacob Zyhowski .........111 4.Zachariah Skenandore 78 5.Jared Brereton ............76 6.William Ries ................57 7.Brad Albers .................56 +50: 1.Paul Bloyer ...............200 2.Mike Jazwiecki ..........154 3.Gerald Blasczyk ........135 4.Jorge Caballero ..........66 5.Jack Drummond ..........51 6.Michael Franklini .........30 7.Rick Kaczmarowski .....25 Women: 1.Amy Fischer ................90 2.Kimberly Kaczmarowski 30 85cc: 1.Dylan Kobel ..............188 2.Ben Kortbein .............143 3.Scott Rohlfing .............80 4.Alex Mccorkle .............62 5.Zachary Herfindahl .....60 6.Bryce Ries ..................58 7.Sawyer Mancl .............54

Micro Mini: 1.Autumn Czappa .............7 2.Tyson Haas....................4 65cc: 1.Nathan Prebe...............53 2.Taylor O’neil .................47 3.Luke Cipala..................32 4.Cody Atherton ..............18 5.Blake Atherton .............15 Mini Jr: 1.Nathan Prebe...............50 2.Taylor O’neil .................33 3.Bradley Marking...........20 4.Loran Cipala ................19 5.Jordan Schiller .............16 Mini Sr: 1.Mitchell Koester ...........46 2.Logan Cipala................29 3.Andy Eichinger.............28 4.Logan Peterson ...........20 5.Marc Cain ....................20 125: 1.Lukas Eichinger ...........56 2.Mel Piontek ..................41 3.Jessica Prebe ..............36 4.Logan Cipala................32 5.Jaclyn Gerdes..............29 200: 1.Jacob Prebe.................40 2.Jeff Jack.......................25 3.Mel Piontek ..................21 4.Jaclyn Gerdes ..............11 5.Jeff Pointek ..................10 250: 1.Aaron Prebe.................56 2.Jacob Prebe.................42 3.Mitchell Koester ...........34 4.Luke Parmeter .............33 5.Jeff Piontek ..................27 450: 1.Aaron Prebe.................48 2.Corey O’neil .................22 3.Travis Rolph.................14 4.Jared Gitter ..................11 5.Mike Bronk ...................11 600: 1.Kirk Mueller..................33 2.Todd Cipala..................28 3.Luke Parmeter .............27 4.Corey O’neil .................20 5.Rick Parmeter ..............20 750: 1.Tod Parmeter ...............31 2.Kirk Mueller..................26 3.Chad Meyer .................22 4.Todd Cipala..................20 5.Tc Allen ........................13

Open: 1.Kirk Mueller..................40 2.Brad Cain.....................36 3.Todd Cipala..................20 4.Dave Jelinek ................20 5.Steve Atherton .............17 86-600 4-stroke: 1.Aaron Prebe.................48 2.Luke Parmeter .............39 3.Travis Rolph.................21 4.Jared Gitter ..................20 5.Corey O’neil .................20 Stock 0-400: 1.Mitchell Koester ...........56 2.Dennis Sussek.............48 3.Logan Cipala................46 4.Jack Paquette ..............31 5.Glen Thompson ...........26 Stock 401- up: 1.Rick Prebe ...................42 2.Jeff Jack.......................38 3.Todd Ellingson .............20 4.Garrette Graf................20 5.Tod Parmeter ...............17 Sr: 1.Rick Prebe ...................37 2.Brad Cain.....................34 3.Rick Parmeter ..............28 4.Mike Bronk...................25 5.Darren Degross ...........23 80-Open: 1.Aaron Prebe.................37 2.Kirk Mueller..................30 3.Todd Cipala..................29 4.Toby Muller ..................16 5.Luke Parmeter .............15

1.Nick Zambon..............128 2.Jack Drummond...........81 3.Jorge Caballero ...........47 4.John Montgomery ........40 5.Mark Charlton ..............39 250-Open A: 1.Pete Laubmeier .........177 2.Ryan Moss.................163 3.Kiel Mueller ................110 4.JD Friebel ....................33 5.Ben Bernard.................29 200A 1.Brian Gray....................60 250-Open B: 1.Curt Shomberg ............84 2.Bobby Kau ...................83 3.Andrew Storbeck .........30 4.Clem Hofman...............21 5.Dylan Schnieder ..........15 C class: 1.Travis Shadler..............46 2.Rebeckha Less ............42 3.Frank Caballero ...........30 4.Nels Curnow ................30 5.Zach Herfindahl ...........30 Masters: 1.Ken Schuck..................50 2.Greg Moss ...................30 0-200B 1.Stan Szlachciuk .........127 2.Rich Liberty..................66 3.Steven Kaczmarkowski58 4.Adam Less...................30 5.Tom Schmelzer ............25

Observed Trials Enduro Vet A 1.Heath Drone ..............162 2.Scott Hoffman ............122 3.Andrew Jensen ............64 4.Brian Terry....................35 5.John Strangfeld............30 Vet B: 1.Steve Laituri.................81 2.Curt Shomberg ............58 3.Dan Mancl....................30 4.Joe Bauer ....................29 5.Bill Bragenzer ..............28 Senior A: 1.Brian Breci .................126 2.Pete Caron...................53 3.Craig Hayes .................35 4.Rob Houts....................26 5.Ken Soczka..................25 Senior B: 1.Jeff Magowan.............123 2.John Buechner ...........117 3.Joe Vandeboncoeur .....23 4.Gordon Robare ............21 5.Jim Blau .......................18 Super Sr:

CHAMP (A): 1.Rick Condron .............196 2.Noel Smage .................80 3.Pat Doll ........................32 EXPERT (B): 1.Pat Doll ......................256 2.Bryan Moenssen........148 3.Ralph Littlefield ............78 ADVANCED (C): 1.Homer Weber.............239 2.Dan Cotter .................152 3.Andrew Findlay ............80 INTERMEDIATE (D): 1.John Archer................202 3.Patrick Mullarkey .......200 2.Kevin Huber ...............193 4.James Voigtlander .....185 5.Tom Littlefield...............80 NOVICE (E): 1.Ken Koch ...................296 2.David Gunn..................20 VINTAGE: 1.David Gunn..................80 YOUTH: 1.Luke Littlefield............160 2.Cory Wallerich............152

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Kyle Nelson finished third overall... good enough to secure the seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s championship.

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Graves wins D23 Final Hare Scrambles Mazeppa, Minnesota - October 11 By Mike Pohl

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he final Hare Scrambles of District 23’s 2009 season took place on Sunday, October 11 at Hurricane Hills Raceway in Mazeppa, Minnesota. The event was hosted by the good folks at the Golden Eagles Cycle Club. It was a day of decision, as the 2009 Championship would be determined by the outcome. This was one cold day for a Hare Scrambles. Twenty four degrees greeted the Mini riders in the morning. The pits looked like a bomb had been detonated: bikes, cars and trucks parked all over the place, but no people. Everyone was inside their vehicles staying warm! If there had been snow on the ground, it would have made a great day for snowmobile race. No matter; the riders in D23 are made of sturdy stuff and 173 of them were rewarded with what turned out to be perfect trail conditions. The soil had just that right mix of moisture, giving superb traction. It was like riding with Velcro tires. Well, sort of. Anyway, the cold, dense air made the engines run crisp and strong. A water crossing added some splish-splash and made for some nice photo ops. The C class rode a seven mile loop and

the A/B riders took a nine mile hike through the rolling southern Minnesota countryside. Riders were launched onto the MX course with a genuine MX starting gate; no hands on your head. AA riders Peter Graves and Matt Stavish fought an intense battle, start to finish. A look at their laps times shows just how close things were, and Graves took the win by Peter Graves on his way to the big overall win. only seven seconds. Kyle Nelson finished Results: third, just forty-one seconds behind Stavish, AA: 1.Peter Graves 2.Mathew Stavish 3.Kyle Nelwith young gun Nate Ferderer only seven secson 4.Nathan Ferderer 5.Dylan Debel 200A: 1.Daniel Michaels 2.Brian Hasslen onds back in fourth. 250A: 1.Jeff Colbert 2.Parker Thilmony 3.Dennis “The trail conditions were great. On the Lau 4.Bobby Bretheim 5.Nathan Zambon final lap things got a little beat up in a few Open A: 1.Shawn Gerolli Vet A: 1.Paul Otto 2.Jesse Thelen 3.Sean Mowry places, but not bad”, said tenth place finisher 4.Dave Schreiner 5.Scott Bigalke Paul Reschke. Senior A: 1.Robert Lane 2.Joeseph Zierman 3.John “This was the epitome of what a Hare Smith 4.Michael Roen 5.Jay Waalen Super Sr A: 1.Robert Swift 2.Kraig Anderson 3.Matt Scrambles should be. Lots of varied terrain Wittlief 4.Steve Reschke 5.Harold Gooch and a great variety of trails. I don't think the 200B: 1.Duncan Maclachlan 2.Tyler Pogreba four of us (Graves, Nelson, Ferderer) were 250B: 1.Nick Oeltjen 2.Luke Wilder 3.Jaymes Smith 4.Brett Fazendin 5.Dan Liedahl ever more than 60 seconds apart. It was a fun, Vet B: 1.Matthew Stukel 2.Dan Wipper 3.Jesse fun race”, said long time off-road legend Matt Cameron 4.Chris Moore 5.Kevin Hufnagle Stavish. But the decision was made; third Senior B: 1.Wynn Earlewine 2.David Voss 3.Harod Sand 4.Bradley Kortbein 5.Daniel Turner place finisher Kyle Nelson brought home 200 C: 1.Derrick Ruggeberg 2.Brock Stone 3.Kristi enough points to take the championship over Grote 4.Mitchell Sand 5.Tyler Wegner Graves; just twelve points separated these two 250C: 1.Randy Imholte 2.Randy Lieder 3.Mitch fastest-of-the-fastest men in the woods. Craven 4.Dylan Radtke 5.Erik Martinson Mary Schreiner hits the water crossing in the C class.

Open C: 1.Brandon Melloon 2.Nate Meyer 3.John Niewoehner 4.Jon Belanger 5.Steven Novak Vet C: 1.Chad Hawkins 2.Russ Theis 3.Eric Keranen 4.Joel Mindermann 5.Ben Magnuson Senior C: 1.Nickolas Tierney 2.David Skoog 3.Leon Imholte 4.Jeff Bracken 5.Tom Burns Masters C: 1.Len Fazendin 2.Donald Krueger 3.James Gunderson Women C: 1.Mary Schreiner 2.Angela Grell 3.Elizabeth Schommer 4.Allison Larson 5.Alysa Stukel Junior C: 1.Corry Davis 2.Drey Lacroix 3.Austin Pogreba 4.Susan Voss 5.Christopher Tomolillo X- Rider C: 1.Boden Soderbeck 2.Jim Olson 3.Gaylord Pahl 4.Mike Brumm 5.Chad Curtis

Senior B rider David Voss finished second. CYCLE USA, December 2009

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Motocross

Top Finishers 50cc Multi Speed 4-8: 1.Gavin Janovsky .........350 2.Torsten Strom ............338 3.Cade Downey ............306 4.Zach Strecker ............283 5.Domenic Hegman......278 6.Dillon Nelson .............250 7.Brennen Berends.......240 8.Kayla Caswell ............238 9.Riley Rainer ...............198 10.Gavin Tilford ............195 50cc Oil Injected 4-8: 1.Gavin Tilford ..............350 2.Torsten Strom ............329 3.Maximus Edmonson ..299 4.Addison Uselman ......294 5.Cade Downey ............293 6.Nick Paige .................237 7.Connor Klemenhagen213 8.Beau Engstrom..........169 9.Xavier Anderson ........151 10.Jana Leger...............130 50cc Pre Mix 4-6: 1.Jaxon Opitz................350 2.Jeffery Lilienthal.........350 3.Jackson Lindberg ......320 4.Gavin Janovsky .........320 5.Gavin Tilford ..............315 6.Dillon Nelson .............277 7.Maximus Edmonson ..237 8.Nick Paige .................214 9.Connor Klemenhagen205 10.Kyle Williams............111 50cc Pre Mix 7-8: 1.Travis Frias ................347 2.Joshua Boaz..............347 3.Pierce Knight .............344 4.Kaleb A. Carmen .......277 5.Aaron Boatman..........274 6.Austin D. Griffin .........243 7.Haley J. Greig............237 8.Toni Jahnz .................227 9.Tj Uselman ................216 10.Aaron St Sauver ......216 85cc 12-15: 1.Brandon Riehm..........344 2.Max Royalty...............344 3.Dylan Wolff ................308 4.Tucker Mills ...............287 5.Matt Hendrix ..............271 6.Blake Miller ................233 7.William Dorow............215 8.Bret Holland...............192 9.Blaze Best .................186 10.Devin Donaho..........178 85cc 9-12: 1.Max Royalty...............350 2.Jerry L. Robin ............339 3.Nick C. Schnagl .........323 4.Henry D. Miller...........321 5.Gavin R. Wilkins ........291 6.Brent Quigley.............257 7.Samuel J. Wise..........248 8.Matt Hendrix ..............235 9.George Hodkinson.....219 10.Mario Eiden .............217 Supermini: 1.Brandon J. Riehm......341

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2.Mike Evjen .................300 3.Jacob Martin ..............297 4.Sawyer Brownlee.......278 5.Blake Miller ................261 6.William Dorow............245 7.Tucker Mills ...............240 8.Sam Kemp.................235 9.Brady J. Rhode..........224 10.Spencer Henrikson ..193 Schoolboy 12-16: 1.Zach Bromenschenkel.335 2.Shane Rhode.............307 3.Keenan Strom............304 4.Jacob Burbach...........292 5.John R. Tate ..............266 6.Sawyer Brownlee.......265 7.Mitchell Masters.........257 8.Brady J. Rhode..........232 9.Jacob Martin ..............225 10.Kurt Endres..............189 25+ A: 1.Sheldon J. Fratzke.....350 2.Ben Graves................336 3.Robert Kohl................299 4.Levi W. Mcmains .......270 5.James Phillippi...........268 6.Chuck Thompson ......251 7.Tim Zebro ..................250 8.Jared Anderson .........187 9.Phillip H. Haas ...........139 10.Patrick Mcnamara....100 25+ B: 1.Mathew J. Dohrn .......341 2.Chas Kadlec ..............341 3.Joseph Stumne..........306 4.Jeff Kline....................295 5.Jamie Koch................270 6.Joe Crosby ................252 7.Jeremy Dunagan .......241 8.Dave Okeeffe.............213 9.Joshua Cherro ...........208 10.Andy R. Odencrans .176 25+ C: 1.Aaron Prebe ..............347 2.Shawn Rafftery ..........306 3.Beau Boerner ............304 4.Jacob Ham ................275 5.Colin Carpenter .........258 6.Caleb Bolton ..............254 7.Kyle Marks.................250 8.Josh Creamer ............163 9.William Wells .............140 10.Ryan Smoluch .........139 30+ Vet A: 1.Robert Kohl................337 2.Tim Zebro ..................290 3.Levi W. Mcmains .......281 4.Chuck Thompson ......260 5.Tony Ulrich.................244 6.Brad Cunningham......234 7.Craig S. Johnson .......203 8.Jared Anderson .........197 9.Kyle Love...................183 10.Josh Patzoldt ...........177 40+ Senior C: 1.Mark Broyles Sr. ........350 2.Barry Weinzirl ............304 3.Suad Hodzic ..............299 4.Mark Speldrick...........276 5.Brian Van Vickle ........241 6.Mitchell Trom .............225 7.Kevin Lysdahl ............218 8.Brian Albers ...............178 9.Craig Hultgren ...........170 10.Dave Wessling.........154 45+ A: 1.Mike Mineheine .........350 2.Jerry M. Schulze........325 3.Daniel Deutsch ..........212 4.Scott Cripps ...............204 5.Lee J. Arntz................172 6.Donald Bonnicksen....144 7.Mark Deal ..................128

8.Scott Steinle ..............125 9.Brian Perreault...........119 10.Jerry Dillon...............113 45+ B/C: 1.Theodore P. Schulte ..336 2.Mark Speldrick...........306 3.Steven Schoenoff ......282 4.James N. Lichliter ......247 5.Jon Holtz....................240 6.Mike Rapp .................198 7.Dave Wessling...........162 8.Robert Anderson........155 9.Jeff Ramsay...............149 10.Jeffrey Schreurs ......139 50+ Super Senior: 1.Jerry M. Schulze........350 2.Steve Ahlers ..............333 3.Larry J. Ahlers............283 4.Jack E. Parenteau .....250 5.Dave Hencir...............240 6.Douglas Stacklie........192 7.Craig Cherrington ......191 8.Jerry Dillon.................176 9.Chris Fournie .............138 10.Randy Saeger..........133 122-125cc 2-stroke 12+: 1.Shane Rhode.............344 2.Keenan Strom............318 3.Lucas Hegna .............290 4.Kyle Swenson............254 5.Kayla Solheid.............240 6.Ross Thompson ........237 7.Cory Holland..............237 8.Mitchell Masters.........217 9.Blake L. Kretzman .....210 10.John R. Tate ............200 250 A: 1.Spencer Kadlec .........305 2.Joe Perron .................249 3.Cody Breitbach ..........237 4.Scott Jendro ..............195 5.Dalton J. Carlson .......192 6.Bruce L. Dehn............191 7.John G. Dehn ............176 8.Sheldon Fratzke ........171 9.Brandon Stewart........150 10.James Carsten ........150 250 B: 1.Jake Loberg...............347 2.Chas Kadlec ..............269 3.Matt Kline...................255 4.Kurt Endres................233 5.Dustin Fore ................228 6.Timmy Mccoy ............227 7.Zack J. Williams.........214 8.Kevin J. Rodel ...........210 9.Sean Castle ...............200 10.Aaron Felegy ...........200 250C: 1.Jeremy Dewall ...........335 2.Zachary E. Trout ........292 3.Chad Reed ................289 4.John R. Tate ..............271 5.Troy Soderman ..........258 6.Donald Zitur ...............239 7.Samuel Peterson .......232 8.Jacob Chmielewski....223 9.Chris Tomczyk ...........202 10.Mitchell Jendro ........193 65cc 7-9: 1.Noah Mcpherson .......350 2.Sterling Wold .............326 3.Mateo A. Johnson......313 4.Maverick Engstrom....296 5.Travis Frias ................296 6.Pierce Knight .............296 7.Joshua Boaz..............263 8.Austin D. Griffin .........245 9.Alex Ingalls ................226 10.Harrison Gulick ........219 65cc 10-11: 1.Jeremiah Lindberg.....332 2.Gavin R. Wilkins ........319

3.Hunter Yocom ............295 4.Benjamin Adamson....266 5.Cody Wroe.................266 6.Trey Spreeman ..........243 7.Grayson Ferencik ......243 8.Zachary Bailey...........243 9.Bradon Weinstein ......213 10.Hunter Teichrib ........207 65cc 7-11: 1.Sterling Wold .............318 2.Brady Miska...............313 3.Pierce Knight .............306 4.Jack Martin ................291 5.Maverick Engstrom....271 6.Harrison Gulick ..........215 7.Devin Stang ...............203 8.Austin D. Griffin .........200 9.Alex Ingalls ................199 10.Zachary Bailey.........167 85cc 9-11: 1.Jerry L. Robin ............350 2.Nick C. Schnagl .........338 3.Henry D. Miller...........335 4.Gavin R. Wilkins ........329 5.Benjamin Adamson....304 6.Mario Eiden ...............270 7.Noah Mcpherson .......268 8.Samuel J. Wise..........266 9.Justin Evans ..............261 10.Aaron R. Lindell .......251 Junior 14-16: 1.Jake Loberg...............347 2.Tyler Allen ..................322 3.Zach Bromenschenkel.294 4.Derek Hullett..............288 5.Dustin Fore ................282 6.Jacob Chmielewski....238 7.Zack J. Williams.........232 8.Jeremy Nathe ............176 9.Trenton Kubes ...........172 10.Mccoy Oldenburg ....163 14-24 A: 1.Storm Johnson ..........303 2.Cody Breitbach ..........298 3.Spencer Kadlec .........205 4.Korey W. Beach.........203 5.Brandon Stewart........171 6.Dan Holmes...............127 7.Gavin Faith ................119 8.Neil Ehrenberg...........108 9.Trevor Tuma ..............106 10.Nicholas Jackson.....104 14-24B: 1.Connor Ahlers............322 2.John Wessling ...........235 3.Jacob Burbach...........223 4.Nick Oeltjen ...............222 5.Aaron Felegy .............221 6.Daniel Robin ..............207 7.Clayton R. Olson .......203 8.Nicholas J. Carter ......198 9.Tyler Allen ..................194 10.Nate Kohnke............183 14-24C: 1.Eric J. Evers ..............350 2.Lance Vargo ..............332 3.Mark Broyles Jr..........278 4.Troy Soderman ..........270 5.Chad Reed ................260 6.Jacob Chmielewski....258 7.Mitchell Schoenoff .....246 8.Ryan W. Schusted .....228 9.Mitchell D. Jendro......228 10.Sean Anderson ........199 30+ Vet B: 1.Richard Ziebell...........317 2.Jamie Koch................309 3.Jeremy Dunagan .......261 4.Chris Nelson ..............250 5.Bill J. Cunningham.....236 6.Dave Okeeffe.............234 7.Christopher Salisbury 169 8.Matt R. Ludescher .....142

9.Kurt Caswell ..............139 10.Robert Rainer ..........137 30+ Vet C: 1.Erick Rockstad...........324 2.Barry Weinzirl ............314 3.Jon Josephson ..........309 4.Shawn Rafftery ..........300 5.Justin Miska...............281 6.Joel Young .................267 7.Peter Urban ...............243 8.Taylor Carlson............232 9.David Hintz ................215 10.Josh Creamer ..........185 40+ Senior A: 1.Chuck Thompson ......342 2.Tony Ulrich.................316 3.Mike Mineheine .........304 4.Rod Matheson ...........299 5.Brad Cunningham......295 6.Jack E. Parenteau .....202 7.Daniel Deutsch ..........171 8.David Spizman ..........159 9.Lee J. Arntz................153 10.Steve Ahlers ............150 40+ Senior B: 1.Richard Ziebell...........344 2.Theodore Schulte ......286 3.Bill Cunningham ........283 4.Steven Schoenoff ......237 5.James N. Lichliter ......208 6.Jon Holtz....................200 7.John A. Cram.............189 8.Todd Mcilroy ..............183 9.Richard J. Blaser .......178 10.Paul A. Ruprecht......156 55+: 1.Larry J. Ahlers............344 2.Robert Anderson........188 3.Michael Quinn............184 4.Lynn D. Meyer ...........161 5.Jerry Bumgardner......105 6.Danny Buckwalter........72 7.Tim S. Graves..............50 8.Douglas Stacklie..........25 9.Timothy Williams .........25 10.Brian Karlsbroten.......25 60+: 1.Michael Quinn............169 2.Tim S. Graves............100 3.Randolph Driewer........22 Girls 9-13: 1.Shayanna Wilson.......350 2.Tayva Strom...............332 3.Jacqueline Riess .......329 4.Nicole Evjen...............316 5.Sommer Mills .............311 6.Kyra Boaz ..................300 7.Sophia Johnson.........299 8.Emma Miller...............253 9.Arianna Reed.............219 10.Kacey Johnson ........208 Women: 1.Kayla Solheid.............347 2.Shayanna Wilson.......316 3.Rebecca Wright .........297 4.Nicole Evjen...............291 5.Amber Vargo..............291 6.Jessica Hansen .........265 7.Kala Swenson............264 8.Claire Cripps..............210 9.Mikayla Quinn............204 10.Tayva Strom.............198 Open A: 1.Spencer Kadlec .........326 2.Scott Jendro ..............225 3.Storm Johnson ..........209 4.Cody Breitbach ..........201 5.Dalton J. Carlson .......196 6.Joe Perron .................196 7.Trent Hinrichs ............192 8.John G. Dehn ............191 9.Bruce L. Dehn............188 10.Ben Graves..............174


Open B: 1.Jake Loberg...............350 2.Timmy Mccoy ............287 3.Connor Ahlers............282 4.Matt Kline...................250 5.John Wessling ...........232 6.Josh Virnig.................220 7.Nick Oeltjen ...............212 8.Sean Castle ...............206 9.Matthew T. Zebro.......198 10.Clayton R. Olson .....189 Open C: 1.Jeremy Dewall ...........341 2.Lance Vargo ..............308 3.Kyle Swenson............307 4.Anthony Suarez .........265 5.Eric J. Evers ..............261 6.Donald Zitur ...............245 7.Mitchell Schoenoff .....239 8.Mark Broyles Jr..........224 9.Cole Felland ..............197 10.Casey Hultgren........191

Quad MX

Quad 50cc Stk Lim 4-8 1.Jenna Hagemann ......294 2.Logan Radunz ...........279 3.Christopher Leaym ....251 4.Alex Sleyster..............214 5.Isaac Teigan ..............214 6.Madison Nevala.........187 7.Jayse Hicks .................70 Quad 70cc Prod 6-11 1.Ryan Anderson ..........276 2.Caden Anderson........271 3.Dominic Bartell ..........249 4.Ethan Aune ................229 5.Evan Teigen...............202 6.Austin Nevala ............166 7.Dallin J. Weise...........160 Quad 70cc Mod 6-11: 1.Noah R. Mickelson ....295 2.Gunner Tebow .............72 3.Steven Shake ..............25 4.Taron Liebe..................22 5.Cole Shake ..................22 Quad 90cc Stk 8-15: 1.Luke Radunz .............300 2.Gavin Rowland ..........267 3.Ryan Vessey..............219 4.Chancellor Sprague...210 5.Jacy Sleyster .............192 6.Andrew Gage...............82 7.Ezra Wells ...................56 Quad 16-24: 1.Mark Olejnichak.........260 2.Brent K. Zeien............180 3.Ryan Jeurissen..........176 4.Jon Diethelm..............119 5.Christopher R. Plantz ..94 6.Parker Wewerka ..........94 7.Raymond Posterick .....75 Quad 25+: 1.Trevor Fjosne ............286 2.Benjamin J. Hergert...213 3.Ryan Rivers ...............192 4.Justin Bolinger .............85 5.Ben Bettis ....................47 6.Chad Mondeau ............42 7.Tony Ranallo................42

Quad 30+ 1.Mike Barnhart ............300 2.Zeb Kittelson..............260 3.Jason Graski..............250 4.Jason Rinn...................36 5.Jim Meyer ....................36 6.Chad Rafferty ..............34 7.Brandon Lenk ..............22 Quad 35+: 1.Jim Meyer ..................263 2.Jollienne Mrozek........213 3.Dale Thayer ...............208 4.Thomas Mrozek.........166 5.David Gordon ..............97 6.Claude Leaym .............82 7.Roger J. Brown............50 Quad Prod 450C: 1.Adam Johnsen...........227 2.Nick W. Grabe ...........226 3.Kent Messing.............181 4.Jake Tyler ..................170 5.Nathaniel Peterson ....166 6.Wade Reinke .............144 7.Brandt Sylvestre ........132 Quad Open A 1.Darren Lee.................254 2.Brent K. Zeien............187 3.Jeremy R. Tulenchik ..167 4.Jon Diethelm..............153 5.Ryan Jeurissen..........127 6.Kyle Golberg ..............114 7.Kyle J. Ryman ...........107 Quad Open B 1.Derek Sack ................266 2.Luke Waxon...............255 3.Jonathan Sanoski ......115 4.Drey Bauer ..................92 5.Russell Strack..............70 6.Tony M. Myslicki ..........67 7.Jeffrey Evenson...........67 Quad Open C: 1.Nick W. Grabe ...........249 2.Brock Westfield..........238 3.Wade Reinke .............192 4.Sam Anton .................174 5.Jon Judge ..................137 6.Nick Volby ..................118 7.Jake Tyler ....................90 Quad 90cc Prod 8-15: 1.Tyler Mack .................300 2.Alexander Gillette ......249 3.Luke Radunz .............237 4.Keegan Linsmeier......219 5.Amanda Thayer .........208 6.Dominic Bartell ..........189 7.Kaleb Cornwell ..........168 Quad 90cc Mod 8-15: 1.Haedyn Mickelson .....286 2.Ryan A. Trout.............236 3.Remington Guthman .230 4.Michael Hartigan........223 5.Luke Tyler ..................217 6.Jacob Hagemann ......141 7.Matt Omara..................80 Quad Youth Prod 13-15: 1.Zack Omara...............288 2.Cole A. Keough..........239 3.Jonathan Sleyster......158 4.Casey Glaser.............155 5.Cody Skelly................136 6.Nicholas Waxon.........134 7.Kain Hatton..................91 Quad Youth Sport 13-15: 1.Cody Skelly................144 2.Nicholas Waxon.........139 3.Cody Ditzig ................136 4.Allyson Westfield .........92 5.Jonathan Sleyster........70 6.Bo Schuette .................42 7.Samuel Rowe ..............25 Quad 2-stroke: 1.Russell Strack............280 2.Tim Brown .................205

3.Thomas Mrozek.........183 4.David Wicklund..........176 5.Zac W. Baker ...............50 6.Chris Stangel ...............25 7.Nathan Fuller ...............25 Quad Prod 450cc Lim: 1.Chad Rafferty ............194 2.Mathew J. Stumpf........50 3.Mark Reed ...................25 Quad Prod 450 A: 1.Darren Lee.................238 2.Jeremy R. Tulenchik ..170 3.Kyle Golberg ..............114 4.Mike Barnhart ............106 5.Christopher R. Plantz ..91 6.Mark Olejnichak...........73 7.Dalton M. Hicks ...........47 Quad Prod 450B: 1.Mike Barnhart ............266 2.Luke Waxon...............229 3.Michael Byers ............215 4.Jason Graski..............189 5.Ryan Rivers ...............133 6.Anthony Beaubien .....117 7.Devin Spindler ...........114 Quad Women: 1.Jollienne Mrozek........271 2.Danielle Radunz ........260 3.Crystal Wilson............228 4.Tyler Bakken..............164 5.Allyson Westfield .......162 6.Haylie Benson ...........125 7.Jennifer Brown.............83 Quad Utility: 1.Robert Milliman..........277 2.Daren Rahn ...............274 3.Tyler Hewitt................220 4.Alex Wells....................68 5.Jeremy R. Tulenchik ....50 6.Darren Lee...................25 7.Lynn Sather .................25

Enduro

AA 1.Craig Holasek ............150 2.Tim Nienow................134 3.Nathan Ferderer ........119 4.Todd Mathwig.............116 5.Joe Martinson ............112 6.Ralph Feld .................108 7.Paul Reschke ..............96 8.Justin Williamson.........57 9.Garrett Hansen ............35 10.Curt Plzak ..................21 200A 1.Jake Hinkemeyer.......143 2.Douglas Latvala.........129 3.Rex Greenwald ..........116 4.Mitchell Treichler........103 5.Jim Pogreba ................88 6.Ryan Haferbecker........52 7.Patrick Feal..................25 8.Adam Barlow ...............25 9.Mike Koch....................21 10.Steve Berker..............14 250A 1.Giles Radtke ..............125 2.Jeff Colbert ................124 3.Nathan Zambon...........93 4.Todd Treichler ..............76

5.Parker Thilmony ..........51 6.Joshua Stangel............41 7.Dan Larson ..................35 8.Nicholas Kluge.............21 9.David Sternisha ...........18 Open A 1.Brian Hasslen ............145 2.Alex Martinson...........132 3.Brian Grote ................124 4.Brandon Hansen..........99 5.John Oelkers ...............60 6.Jason Albers ................39 7.Trevor Anderson ..........34 8.Pete Laubmeier ...........30 9.Marc Haldeman ...........16 10.Erik Floen ..................15 Vet A 1.Jesse Thelen .............132 2.Pat Adrian ..................120 3.Michael Heuer............115 4.Sean Mowry...............109 5.Mike Prom ...................98 6.Jason Goth ..................87 7.Sean Gerolli.................62 8.Dave Schreiner............51 9.Paul Niedzielski ...........35 10.Craig Johnson ...........31 Senior A 1.Kraig Hinkemeyer ......145 2.Jay Waalen ................104 3.Rob Martinson ...........104 4.John Smith.................100 5.Jerry Morgan ...............65 6.Dave Grunklee.............58 7.Michael Reschke .........53 8.Kevin Hamann .............35 9.Joe Berscheid..............35 10.Tim Danelius..............33 Sup Sen A 1.Robert Swift ...............155 2.Kraig Anderson ..........126 3.Kent Schnaith ............100 4.Steve Danelius ............80 5.Kenton Goble...............75 6.Brandon Radel.............54 7.Ray Cole......................51 8.Mike Tollerud ...............46 9.John Steinmetz............41 10.Todd Score ................36 200B 1.Raymond Nelson .......140 2.Christopher Hillman .....71 3.Jake Pelach .................66 4.Grant Wing ..................55 5.Mitchell Watson ...........46 6.Alex Wink.....................37 7.Duncan Maclachlan .....25 8.Michael Johnson..........25 9.Patrick Fiegen..............18 250B 1.Brandon Hines...........140 2.Zach Martinson..........136 3.Ben Slater....................94 4.John Schmalenberg.....75 5.Matthew Flamm ...........63 6.Jason Aylsworth...........63 7.Jacob Quast ................53 8.Joshua Kilgore.............43 9.Tyler Salzer..................35 10.Kevin Burns ...............30 Open B 1.Joseph Copley...........123 2.Budy Rudy ...................95 3.James Keenan.............87 4.Craig Dye.....................60 5.Jasper Kleinjan III ........43 6.Charles Vincent ...........36 7.Josh Jack.....................35 8.Steven Fiegen .............25 9.Andrew Johnson..........25 Vet B 1.Matt Verdoljak............127 2.Matthew Stukel ..........121

3.James Landini............113 4.Jamie Kilgore.............102 5.Jace Porter ..................85 6.Andrew Gunderson......76 7.Ray Davis ....................35 8.Shawn Makarrall..........50 9.Jeffrey Klein.................45 10.Kevin Hufnagle ..........35 Senior B 1.David Voss.................133 2.Dale Sanborn.............129 3.Michael Pohl ..............107 4.Tim Pelach.................101 5.Barry Flamm ................84 6.Wynn Earlewine...........77 7.Jeff Terrio .....................72 8.Gary Carpenter............61 9.Rick Becker .................60 10.Robert Maki ...............52 Sup Sen B 1.Paul Schommer .........155 2.Steven Olson .............111 3.Don Hansen.................85 4.Duane Nienow .............77 8.Ken Fastner .................60 5.Fred Holm....................35 6.Scott Simonson ...........35 7.Todd Johnson ..............25 200C 1.David Schlueter .........133 2.Jennie Carpenter .......104 3.Nick Tollerud ................60 4.Anthony Burg...............60 5.Dean Traver.................56 6.Ryan Sand...................56 7.Mitchell Sand ...............35 8.Kyle Schaber ...............30 9.William Eisenschenk....30 10.Kurt Eisenschenk.......25 250C 1.Terry Malloy ...............140 2.Justin Mergen ............120 3.Jacob Adler..................73 4.Dylan Radtke ...............55 5.Eric Gillitzer .................51 6.Brandyn Pelphrey ........46 7.Casey Hetzel ...............35 8.Kyle Wold ....................32 9.Jeffery Roy ..................25 10.Michael Weber...........21 OpenC 1.Miguel Mendoza ........104 2.Paul Schmalenberg ...103 3.Jonathan Banks...........51 4.Matthew Vongroven.....51 5.Mark Clemmons ..........41 6.Justin Beach ................32 7.Dustin Smith ................30 8.Michael Severin ...........25 9.Monte Manske .............21 10.Jon Belanger .............21 VetC 1.Bill Spaulding.............106 2.Andy Waples ...............96 3.Erik Anderson ..............73 4.Brett Walrath................71 5.Brian Lundstrom ..........60 6.Joel Artmann................51 7.Dan Hoffman ...............32 8.Edward Hutcheson ......29 9.Jeff Tillman ..................25 10.Eric Keranen..............25 SeniorC 1.Gary Walton...............129 2.Thomas Stronczer .......99 3.Tom Burns ...................93 4.Mark Vanderwerf .........72 5.Richard Mauel .............62 6.Ben Wing .....................51 7.Dennis Lau ..................50 8.Alan Wallner ................42 9.Brad Voight ..................41 10.Joe Miller ...................35 CYCLE USA, December 2009

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Sup SenC 1.Ron Peterson.............155 2.Martin Nelson ..............86 3.Ross Peterson .............55 4.John Treichler ..............51 5.Ronald Reum...............46 6.Chris Nowak Sr............32 7.Joseph Felt ..................25 8.Bruce Ona ...................21 9.Gregory Karow ............21 10.Thomas Roskoski ......18 Junior 1.Tyler Pogreba ............140 2.Austin Pogreba ..........135 3.John Maki ....................46 4.Jacob Nelson...............42 5.Alexander Wallner .......41 6.Corry Davis..................33 7.Gavin Clemmons .........33 8.Erik Lund .....................21 9.Susan Voss..................21 10.Campbell Artmann .....18 Masters 1.Steve Reschke ..........155 2.Max Bradley...............140 3.Don Krueger ..............120 4.Corky Atchison.............67 5.Len Fazendin...............56 Womens A 1.Kristi Grote.................146 2.Mary Schreiner ..........140 3.Elizabeth Schommer .128 4.Sarah Mauel ..............109 5.Alysa Stukel.................82 6.Valeri Schaleben..........65 7.Marissa Carpenter .......56 8.Sarah Sander ..............50 9.Tawnia Stukel ..............46 10.Brianna Bernhardt .....13

Hare Scrambles

AA: 1.Kyle Nelson ...............195 2.Peter Graves .............177 3.Dylan Debel ...............166 4.Nathan Ferderer ........160 5.Craig Holasek ............126 6.Tim Nienow................126 7.Mathew Stavish .........124 8.Curt Plzak ..................114 9.Aaron Peterson..........113 10.Kevin Plzak..............100 200A: 1.Daniel Michaels .........210 2.Brian Hasslen ............195 3.Bobby Bretheim .........112 4.Jake Hinkemeyer.........81 5.Adam Barlow ...............40 6.Chad Plzak ..................18 7.Shane Donovan...........16 8.Mitchell Treichler..........15 9.Chad Grinhaug ............14 10.Steve Berkver ............13 250A: 1.Parker Thilmony ........200 2.Jeff Colbert ................197 3.Robert Lane IV ..........182 4.Dennis Lau Jr ............158 5.Andy Foley.................155 6.David Sternisha .........131 7.Nathan Zambon...........82

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8.Nicholas Kluge.............67 9.Calvin Castonguay ......60 10.Lee Erickson..............53 Open A: 1.Erik Floen ..................176 2.Brandon Hansen........173 3.Jason Gerken ..............95 4.Brian D Grote...............72 5.John Oelkers ...............60 6.Alex Martinson.............55 7.Shawn Gerolli ..............45 8.BJ Hall .........................30 9.Ondrej Mertlik ..............25 10.Charles Forrest..........21 Vet A: 1.Paul Otto....................210 2.Quentin Blomberg......188 3.Dave Schreiner..........158 4.Dan Magnuson ..........156 5.Sean Mowry...............134 6.Jesse Thelen .............132 7.Curt Curtis ..................111 8.Joseph Cartwright......104 9.Paul Niedzielski ...........90 10.Jason Goth ................89 Senior A: 1.Robert Lane...............215 2.John Smith.................173 3.Scott Reschke ...........130 4.Michael Roen.............126 5.Jay Waalen ................117 6.Tim Danelius................78 7.Dan Illies......................76 8.Joseph Zierman...........76 9.Dave Grunklee.............61 10.Michael Reschke .......50 SSr A: 1.Robert Swift ...............215 2.Kraig Anderson ..........188 3.Steve Reschke ..........173 4.Steve Danelius ..........156 5.Paul Bloyer ................112 6.Harold Gooch ..............78 7.Ray Cole......................72 8.Kent Schnaith ..............69 9.Mark Fontaine..............25 10.Matt Wittlief................21 200B: 1.Dan Juhnke ...............210 2.Duncan MacLachlan..186 3.Jeremy Peterson .......153 4.Raymond Nelson .......149 5.Mitchell Watson ...........74 6.Tom Grosser ................71 7.Tyrel Reeves................66 8.Jake Pelach .................36 9.Michael Johnson..........31 10.Chris Hillman .............25 250B: 1.Rory Lindeberg ..........210 2.Luke Wilder................186 3.Jason Aylsworth.........159 4.Cole Lewis .................122 5.Dean Bertram ............105 6.Brett Fazendin ...........105 7.Kevin Burns .................87 8.Macintosh McGrew......66 9.Craig Dye.....................58 10.Alexander Evenson ...55 Open B: 1.Jaymes Smith ............196 2.Jess Fazendin ...........122 3.Buddy Rudy .................71 4.Joseph Copley.............60 5.Mark Sheppard ............55 6.Kevin Burns .................51 7.Brody Scmitz ...............48 8.Jim Curtis.....................44 9.Dustin Johnson............30 10.Nick Oeltjen ...............30 Vet B: 1.Nathan Dodge ...........188 2.James Landini ...........160

3.Matthew Stukel ..........154 4.Chris Moore ...............133 5.Kevin Hufnagle ..........120 6.Bob Jenson..................93 7.Jason Heinen...............82 8.Michael Musenbrock....73 9.Jace Porter ..................68 10.Jeff Davis...................65 Senior B: 1.Allen Jenrich ..............179 2.Wynn EarleWine........148 3.Rodney Lewis ............138 4.Harold Sand...............129 5.David Voss.................127 6.Jeff Leusman .............116 7.John Newberry ..........109 8.Michael Pohl ................73 9.Jamie Bauer ................55 10.John Buechner ..........55 SSR B: 1.Paul Schommer .........210 2.John Simonson............85 3.Richard Hinz ................68 4.Steven Olson ...............56 5.Todd Johnson ..............46 6.Scott McElfresh ...........46 7.John Metz ....................42 8.Ron Peterson...............30 9.Thomas Haglof ............25 10.Mike Jazwiecki...........18 200C: 1.Derrick Ruggeberg ....192 2.Colton Koster.............189 3.Kristi Grote.................173 4.Ryan Sand.................139 5.Tyler Wegner .............123 6.David Schlueter .........117 7.Brock Stone ..............108 8.Mitchell Sand .............100 9.Michael Sulgrove .........89 10.Dean Traver...............85 250C: 1.Casey Hetzel .............155 2.Randy Lieder .............139 3.Randy Imholte ...........135 4.Mitch Craven..............114 5.Nathan Stebbins ..........95 6.Paul Kahring ................91 7.Erik Martinson..............91 8.Alex Jurrens.................65 9.Nick Stamschror ..........60 10.Corey Pederson.........55 Open C: 1.Anthony Riester .........206 2.Brandon Melloon .......180 3.Nick Tacheny .............158 4.John Niewoehner.......155 5.Steven Novak ............102 6.Dustin Smith ................90 7.Nate Tacheny...............68 8.Kyle Rafshol ................44 9.Paul Schmalenberg .....44 10.Quinten Maslonlcowski 38 Vet C: 1.Alex Freeman ............210 2.Erik Anderson ............148 3.Jason McCoy.............109 4.Brian Lundstrom ........101 5.John Doran ..................90 6.Russell Theis ...............77 7.Ben Magnuson ............75 8.John Tonsager .............74 9.Chris Palmer................73 10.Kurt Olsen..................60 Senior C: 1.Craig Martinson .........191 2.David Skoog .............182 3.Jeff Bracken...............146 4.Leon Imholte..............135 5.Tom Burns .................133 6.Nickolas Tierney ........106 7.Dennis Lau Sr. ...........103 8.Darry Ruggeberg .........97

9.David Larson ...............80 10.Gary Janzen ..............68 SSr C: 1.Ron Peterson.............210 2.Gregory Karow ..........196 3.Kurt Seeman..............133 4.Clifton Jenson ............113 5.Thomas Roskoski ........33 6.Don Saunders..............25 7.Gerald Blasczyk...........25 8.James Guse ................25 9.Randy Riley .................21 10.Jeff Morrow................21 Masters: 1.Len Fazendin.............205 2.Jim Erickson ..............166 3.Donald Krueger .........163 4.James Gunderson .....133 5.Max Bradley...............125 6.Thomas Bigalke...........21 Womens: 1.Mary Schreiner ..........205 2.Angela Grell...............196 3.Elizabeth Schommer .159 4.Alysa Stukel...............139 5.Allison Larson ............130 6.Meagan Maclver ..........97 7.Michelle Stukel ............75 8.Shanna Lewis ..............56 9.Valeri Schaleben..........50 10.Jessica Hansen .........31 Junior: 1.Tyler Pogreba ............210 2.Austin Pogreba ..........167 3.Drey Lacroix ..............129 4.Susan Voss................120 5.Corry Davis ................116 6.Luke Tonsager .............60 7.Christopher Tomolillo ...46 8.Gavin Clemmons .........36 9.Jacob Nelson...............32 10.Mitchell Thelen ..........29

Youth Cross Crountry Hare Scramble

Premier: 1.Tyler Pogreba ............205 2.Austin Pogreba ..........156 3.Drey LaCroix..............152 4.Luke Tonsager ...........145 5.Nicholas Swenson .....130 6.Tanner Huotari .............99 7.John Maki ....................80 8.Jacob Nelson...............60 9.Corry Davis..................55 Peewee: 1.Christopher Tomolillo .205 2.Chaz Herzog..............172 3.Mitchell Thelen ..........164 4.Devin Winter ..............150 5.Colton Reschke .........107 6.Dusty Ruggeberg.........92 7.Blake Johnson .............88 8.Ross Niewoehner ........77 9.Casey Vakich...............68 10.Collin Maynard...........49 Girls: 1.Susan Voss................210 2.Shaye Jenrich............180

3.Jessica Curtis ............135 4.Michelle Stukel...........114 5.Ally Mathwig ................87 6.Katherine Vanderwerf ..87 7.Heather Leusman ........64 8.Kacey Johnson ............18 9.Rachel Pohl .................18 10.Erin Becker ................14 Macro: 1.Devon Jirik.................210 2.Jack Maki...................160 3.Nicholas Goth ............105 4.Kaden Funk .................94 5.Isaac Watson ...............85 6.Jayne French...............51 7.Bren Elleson ................47 8.Willie Shanahan...........37 9.Joshua Daniel..............25 10.Andrew Major ............25 Micro: 1.Kyle Magnuson..........200 2.Ross Niewoehner ......172 3.Trevor Stromgren ......127 4.Tyler McDougall.........106 5.Emma Anderson ..........76 6.Calvin Artmann ............71 7.Drew Anderson ............68 8.Madison Herzog ..........67 9.Cheyenne Cox.............66 10.Austin McCoy ............63

Youth Enduro

Premier: 1.Tyler Pogreba ............150 2.Austin Pogreba ..........125 3.John Maki ....................96 4.Ryan Sanborn..............92 5.Brandon Daas..............30 6.Erik Lund .....................21 7.Nate Lawrence ............21 8.Ian Blair .......................21 9.Nicholas Swenson .......18 10.Nick Hillestad.............18 Peewee: 1.Chaz Herzog..............140 2.Mitchell Thelen ..........131 3.Collin Maynard...........115 4.Colton Reschke ...........86 5.Kyle Becker .................79 6.Travis Mathwig ............78 7.Jack Maki.....................42 8.Charles Pohl ................37 9.Van Johnson................31 10.Nathan Adrian............30 Girls: 1.Susan Voss................150 2.Michelle Stukel ..........125 3.Erin Becker ................103 4.Allison Mathwig............88 5.Kacey Johnson ............63 6.Katherine Vanderwerf ..63 7.Shye Makarrall.............29 8.Rachel Pohl .................16 Macro: 1.Jack Maki...................150 2.Jayme French............100 3.Max Charlsen ..............25 Micro: 1.Erin Becker ................150 2.Kyle Becker ...............125 3.Cheyenne Abear..........96 4.Grady Haferbecker ......81 5.Philip Keenan ..............57 6.Emma Anderson ..........44 7.Drew Anderson ............41 8.Keith Rother.................38 9.Tyler McDougall...........34 10.Cheyenne Cox...........29


Quad Hare Scramble

Quad 90cc 9-13 1.Zach Pocquette ........ 140 2.Jayden Terrell ........... 106 3.Sara Zweber ................68 4.Chloe Zweber ..............63 5.Keegan Crawford.........60 Quad Sport A 1.Andrew Snyder ......... 166 2.Bron Badavinac .........126 3.Kenny Mccauley ..........80 4.Michael Lueck..............39 5.Jerry Costello...............30 Quad Sport B 1.Riley Snyder ..............171 2.Andrew Terrell............159 3.Steven Eischens........132 4.Jonathon Bischoff ........86 5.Christopher Zweber .....69 Quad Sport C 1.Tyler Kraft ..................136 2.James Phillipsen........117 3.Timothy Moeller..........111 4.Mike Nelson.................95 5.Tyler Rust ....................70 Quad Senior 1.Rob Badavinac ..........150 2.Kenneth Snyder.........145 3.Steve Rust ...................86 4.Mark Reed ...................54 5.Patrick Jewison............53 Quad Utility 1.Leo Faykes ................170 2.Jeff Nelson.................141 3.Ryan Barness ..............30 4.Jason Beyer.................25 5.Andrew L. Wendorff .....25 Quad Women 1.Kolay Eischens ..........125 2.Rachel Balduc .............60

Flat Track

Quad Mini 50cc: 1.Emik Hauer................109 2.Ryan Seubert...............41 3.Sloan Pittman ..............27 4.Tucker Rath .................20 5.Vaala Pittman ..............13 6.Asiah Jenkins...............11 7.Cameron Beaulieu.......10 Quad Mini 71-90cc: 1.Brennan Marshall ......163 2.Traeton Simon .............81 3.Brandon Petrich...........60 4.Payton Hall ..................32 5.Ryan Seubert...............31

6.Sloan Pittman ..............29 7.Zachary Raab ..............13 Quad 91-200cc: 1.Brennan Marshall ......120 2.Traeton Simon .............53 3.Brandon Petrich...........24 4.Zachary Raab ..............11 Quad Women: 1.Chelsea Doherty..........30 2.Deanna Natterstad ........7 Quad Beginner: 1.Casey Bowman ...........20 2.Clint Zeug ....................10 Quad Open A ProAm: 1.Nick Allen...................170 2.Andrew Wendorff .......121 3.Michael Walters ...........84 4.Jacob Townsend..........72 5.Mark Barth ...................61 6.Daryl Rath....................60 7.Patrick Edmonds .........53 0-51cc Oil Injected: 1.Amelea Hauer............100 2.Will Larson...................71 3.Mason Grecula ............65 4.Joshua Fedder.............49 5.Nick lindberg................46 6.Lyeyton Monk ..............41 7.Treaton Simon .............39 65cc Mini: 1.Jayden Meier ...............10 2.Zachary Bailey.............10 85cc 7-15: 1.Elliot Darsow................75 2.Rochelle Paul ..............37 3.Cole Liimetainen..........16 4.Tevin Liimetainen .........11 5.Bryce Brethorst............10 6.Jayden Meier ...............10 7.Joseph Trom................10 85cc Open: 1.Elliot Darsow................41 2.Bryce Brethorst..............7 125 4-stroke: 1.Ricky Peterson ............34 2.Madison Hook..............10 3.Casey Larson ..............10 4.Phyllis Peterson...........10 5.Nicole Elliott.................10 6.Justin Gustofson............7 7.Joey Buchta...................7 Master 50+: 1.Ronald Bystrom .........200 2.Jeff Ellison .................121 3.Mike Schmidt .............115 4.Mark Nelson ..............106 5.Tom Fox Bob Kohner...79 6.Gerry Thrune ...............64 7.Jon Markeson ..............57 Vintage Twin: 1.Mark Harris ..................86 2.Jon Markeson ..............60 3.Randy Thistle...............46 4.Billy Hofemiester..........46 5.Adam Schmidt .............33 6.Rick Peterson Sr..........32 7.Daniel Bryan ................20 Open A Amateur: 1.Cole Anderson ..........225 2.Dustin Paul ................140 3.Tim Zemanovic ..........119 4.Rick Washek..............107 5.Dan Jacobson..............78 6.Andrew Hook ...............62 7.Jake Leclair .................47 Open Semi Pro: 1.Josh Koch..................160 2.Nick Mataya...............125 3.Kevin Anderson .........102 4.Tim Zemanovic ............82 5.Jacob Mataya ..............81 6.Conner Anderson ........75 7.Cole Anderson .............24

450 Semi Pro: 1.Josh Koch..................137 2.Nick Mataya ...............118 3.Kevin Anderson ...........77 4.Conner Anderson ........74 5.Jacob Mataya ..............69 6.Jake Leclair .................44 7.Tim Zemanovic ............31 Quad Open A: 1.Nick Allen ...................113 2.Michael Walters ...........70 3.Daryl Rath....................60 4.Patrick Edmonds .........59 5.Mark Barth ...................52 6.Matt Ernhart.................45 7.Ben Bettis ....................36 Quad Open B: 1.Andrew Wendorff .......136 2.Bradey Mackin.............80 3.James Doherty ............71 4.John Johnson ..............48 5.Jake Geib ....................30 6.Keith Saumer...............29 7.Kip Rieder....................27 Quad Vet 30+: 1.Matt Earnhart...............26 2.John Johnson ..............21 3.Jon Reineciens ............20 0-51cc Stock Chain: 1.Will Larson .................110 2.Joshua Fedder.............73 3.Nate Minster ................58 4.Reece Valland .............57 5.Levi Waschek ..............41 6.Jake Anderson.............39 7.Andrew Haberman.......37 126-200 4-Str A Mad Dog: 1.Mark Nelson ..............133 2.Marty Mataya.............126 3.Rick Waschek ............123 4.Lee Ganske .................97 5.Tom Fox.......................96 6.Paul Koch ....................89 7.Jon Markeson ..............51 Vet 30+: 1.Tim Zemanovic ..........113 2.Rich Delak .................109 3.Rick Waschek ............104 4.Tony Hauer ..................99 5.Kurt Boehlke ................51 6.Verdeen Langland .......16 7.Jeff Johnson ................11 Senior 40+: 1.Rick Waschek ............176 2.Lee Ganske ...............114 3.Ronald Bystrom .........107 4.Kurt Boehlke ................61 5.Daniel Jacobson ..........59 6.Wayne Lindberg ..........53 7.Mark Harris .................49 600cc Vintage A Am: 1.Lee Ganske ...............213 2.Jeff Ellison .................139 3.Mike Schmidt .............126 4.David Darsow ..............82 5.Tom Fox.......................73 6.Mike Malin ...................71 7.Mark Nelson ................64 250 A: 1.Cole Anderson ..........199 2.Dustin Paul ................145 3.Dan Jacobson............115 4.Matt Elliot.....................55 5.Cale Langland .............45 6.Delia Langland.............36 7.Riley Rasmusson.........32 Open B Amateur: 1.Dan Jacobson..............57

2.Robert Rooney ............45 3.Doug Dammen ............40 4.Chuck Vincent .............36 5.Craig Dye.....................32 6.Wayne Lindberg ..........27 7.Brett Terchila................20 450 A: 1.Rich Delak .................110 2.Jacob Leclair .............109 3.Tony Hauer ................106 4.Cole Anderson .............86 5.Matt Ellison ..................55 6.Jayson Beal .................40 7.Zach Zemanovic ..........38

Hillclimb

Micro Mini 4-8 1.Casey Paider .............120 2.Olivia Bach ..................88 3.Colton Landwer ...........75 4.Bodee O’neil ................63 5.Davis L Sunken ...........60 6.Hayley Bach ................54 7.Macy Koester...............49 65cc 7-11 1.Nathan Prebe ............150 2.Luke Cipala................100 3.Taylor O’neil.................94 4.Jason Laven ................73 5.Morgan Wheelwright....68 6.Cody Atherton..............52 7.Blake Atherton .............50 Mini Jr. 7-11 1.Nathan Prebe ............150 2.Jason Laven ..............113 3.Taylor O’neil.................80 4.Morgan Wheelwright....72 5.Luke Cipala..................58 6.Olivia Bach ..................32 7.Colton J Exner .............29 Mini Sr. 12-15 1.Dylan Nichols.............112 2.Logan Peterson .........109 3.Andy Eichinger ..........108 4.Carson Curtis...............74 5.Mitchell Koester ...........61 6.Marc Cain ....................56 7.Joshua C Anderson .....23 600 1.Marcus Winch............103 2.Zachary Degross .........82 3.Jared Gitter..................72 4.Steve Cain ...................72 5.Corey Danberry ...........56 6.Luke Parmeter .............53 7.Jay D Sallstrom ...........52 750 1.Corey Danberry..........111 2.Kaleb Northrup ............90 3.Tod Parmeter ...............49 4.Jordan Bakke...............26 5.Nick Bronnenberg........25 6.Adam Schmidt .............22 7.Bryce Werner...............20 Four Stroke 1.Jared Gitter................145 2.Luke Parmeter .............95

3.Eric Wheelwright..........80 4.Aaron Prebe ................76 5.Nate Redmann ............63 6.Corey O’neil.................59 7.Jason Bach..................53 Open 1.Brad Cain...................105 2.Corey Danberry .........104 3.Steve Atherton .............73 4.Jay D Sallstrom ...........62 5.Todd Cipala..................50 6.Kaleb Northrup ............39 7.Dave Byer....................35 125 1.Jessica Prebe ............118 2.Logan Cipala .............101 3.Andy Eichinger ..........100 4.Alex Gerdes.................64 5.Logan Peterson ...........62 6.Gabrielle Prebe............61 7.Charlie Cain.................48 200 1.Dylan Nichols.............140 2.Jacob Prebe ..............126 3.Jeff Jack ......................87 4.Jaclyn Gerdes..............76 5.Kyle A Ohnsorg............20 250 1.Jacob Prebe...............116 2.Marcus Winch............104 3.Aaron Prebe ................97 4.Steve Cain ...................78 5.Luke Parmeter .............72 6.Eric Wheelwright..........60 7.Mitchell Koester ...........56 450 1.Jared Gitter................133 2.Eric Wheelwright........105 3.Aaron Prebe ................85 4.Marcus Winch..............76 5.Corey O’neil.................59 6.Nate Redmann ............52 7.Jason Bach..................52 Senior 1.Tim Cain.....................119 2.Brad Cain...................109 3.Darren Degross ...........95 4.Rick Prebe ...................72 5.Rick Parmeter..............70 6.Dan Mcmurlyn .............59 7.Marty Peterson ............50 Super Senior 1.Tim Cain ....................150 2.Jeff Jack.....................116 3.Dave Byer....................90 4.Walter Krech ................62 5.Greg Schmidt...............36 6.Rick Wiltscheck............11 7.Darwin Vos...................11 ATV 1.Stephen Clark............130 2.Tyler Clark ...................19 3.Zach Diercks................87 4.Steve Atherton .............60 5.Josh Perry ...................54 6.Rick Prebe ...................50 7.Gerald Bauer ...............49 King of the Hill 1.Jared Gitter..................84 2.Corey Danberry ...........84 3.Marcus Winch..............62 4.Jay D Sallstrom ...........56 5.Todd Cipala..................41 6.Steve Cain ...................41 7.Eric Wheelwright..........38

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JB 90 Mod MX race quad 85cc 2-stroke Suzuki motor, 450R Honda suspension, Motowoz shocks, aftermarket everything! MUST SEE! $10,000 Firm, MN, 507-3815574 Pete ‘08 Honda CRF450 Bike ridden 15 times! Bought new this year. Crashed and broke pelvis. Pro-Action Suspension with only 3 rides on it! 612-298-3993 $4990 b/o ‘03 Yamaha YZ450F low hours, very clean, new tires, chain & sprockets. Pro tapers, FMF exhaust. Will set suspension up for purchaser. $2750 obo. Matt 815341-1035

’07 Kawasaki KX85 Pro-taper bars, VForce reeds, Pro Circuit silencer. Fast smooth power. Low hours, very nice $1700 Mpls, MN 612-296-2929 03/06 KTM 125sx great shape new motor/ everything. Race ready. Riverton, Illinois 217-816-6496 call for more info ‘06 Honda CR85R. Renegade suspension/ spings, FMF pipe/ silencer. V Force reeds, quick adjust clutch perch, very clean. Fast, needs nothing $1650 obo. 260-349-8382.

‘06 Yamaha YZ125. All new plastic, top end, handlebars, grips, fork seals, chain and sprockets, rear brake pads, and chain guard. Very nice. $2300. 260-450-2593 '05 Honda CRF450R. Race ready condition. Lots of extras. $2500 obo. Earlham (central) IA. 515-783-8160 or beaver2829@yahoo.com for photos.

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‘84 Honda XL600R 11k miles, runs/needs valve job, trade Mustang 2.3L Coupe roller or Suzuki TS bike pkg. Call jeff 262308-4117

‘04 Kawasaki KX250, great shape, fresh top end. Renthal bars. $2,250 obo. Warrens, WI. 608-567-9328.

‘05 KTM65 Good condition, extra parts, ready to race, new top end, runs great, son just grew. Allen 765-215-0668 $1500 obo. ‘04, 26' Gooseneck Enclosed Trailer. Living space and bike storage. Shower, sink, toilet. Includes 2004 and 2007 KX85’s. Parts bike and barely used newer bike. Call for details 715-797-2702. '06 DRR 50 Quad, after market tires & rims, nerf bars, Fox float shocks. Excellent condition $2500 218-825-8690. Brainerd, MN.

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'06 KTM 50SX Pro Senior, never raced, new condition, 3hrs on bike at most, must see, $1750 firm 319-830-4531

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‘08 Honda CRF450R, great condition, recent top end rebuild, newer o-ring chain & rear sprocket. Elgin, IL $3,600. 847-4891662



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