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Vet riders on the line before the start. Ted Horn had the

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or the majority of the riders here today, this was something new... completely different, and a very cool way to finish off the 2010 season. This was a Sunset Ridge GP race, a mix of motocross, woods, open grass track, and best of all, long motos. This was a race... but it had a lighter feel to it. No pressure, just fun, and it showed on all the riders throughout the day’s classes. Mini riders right through to the guys that came out on their vintage bikes, a group that always seems to know how to put “having fun” as a first priority. While it may have been a little nippy in the morning, it quickly warmed up, and by midday most of the sweatshirts were left back in the pits as riders hit the track. After a parade lap to check everything out, the A and B class riders all took to the track, and Arkansaw’s Ozzy Barbaree led the way on his Suzuki. After a couple laps, Rock River/ Roost MX/ Answer backed Drew Yenerich took over and then held the lead to the end. Joseph Dalzell rode in the B class, but hung in with the A class riders all the way.

Dwayne Phillips having fun in the grass section

Second place B rider Zach Scott who Bob Hannah look also mixed it up with the A class rid- and bike. ers in both motos. Yenerich after winning the first moto, “It was good out there. The loop out in the back started kind of slippery, but it’s getting some ruts now. The grass and tight woods are getting better all the time so you can really start to rail it. This is my first time ever doing anything like this, and its a lot of fun. This will most likely be my last race around here before I go south and get ready for the supercross season.” but it didn’t matter much. I’ve never done a Yenerich won the second moto with relative hare scrambles, so this is my first time doing ease as Barbaree and Vaughn Mays (third in anything like this. I still think motocross is moto one) didn’t start. Wisconsin’s Brandon way better. The long races are great, I just Simes took his Yamaha to 5-2 finishes for secdon’t like woods, or the tight stuff.” ond overall ahead of Iowa’s Tyler Duncan (6Second place Collin Yenerich, “I thought it 3). Dalzell and Zont again went 1-2 in the B was pretty hard, and tight in the woods. I did class as Greg Sassi went 3-4 for third overall like the grass track. I always look forward to in the twelve rider class. the grass race at Red Bud, and for Sunset to It was fun seeing the mini riders, both on do something like this is awesome. I think 65’s and 85’s hitting the track. From the start this is something anyone can enjoy, and I of the first moto, with each lap you could see hope they keep doing it in the future. I think them get more comfortable in the grass and it will keep getting bigger. The woods were woods with each lap. Even in the back of the hard, and that pressures a lot of the kids, and pack, the riders looked like they were imI think they like that. The big open sections proving every lap. The different mix of riding were my favorite part of it all.” has to be a good thing for their learning curve. Suzuki mounted Kyle Nelson rode well for On his KTM, Zack Tatar won both motos for third, and was genuinely excited about the the 65cc overall ahead of Gina Grigoletti (3change of track and new experience. “The 2) and Reider Pistole (2-3). track was fun. I did one of these over at The 85cc class riders were really cooking, Byron, and liked it so I thought I would come and Chase Sexton was the best of the best, out and give this a try again. I really like taking both moto wins ahead of Logan Skthese, and if there was more of them I’d keep aggs. Jordan Mackiewicz (4-3) pushed Skgoing. I struggle in the woods, but that just aggs hard and they had a good race in both means I have to work harder and get better at motos. Damon Tatar (3-5) added to the exit.” citement as well. As may have been expected, the biggest The C class had eighteen riders, and close group of the day was in the +40 class. These racing all the way as the top three riders finguys have been around a while, and a day of ished in the same positions each moto. Takfun riding like this is just what they look foring the win in both motos, Jacob Grafelman ward to for capping off a good season. rode well, but seemed to struggle with some Twenty riders started the day, and in the first of the new terrain. “The woods were pretty moto Steven Perkins took this win. Keeping tight, but I got through them ok. I fell once him honest and fighting to the end, Andy Cole


Dalton Hancher in the grassy field.

finished second. That all changed in moto two, as Wisconsin’s Cole took the win ahead of Perkins for the overall. Scott Niewiadomski quietly snuck in for third in both motos while Iowa’s Joel Hall went 5-4 for fourth overall. Burton Lavens led the overall group in both motos as he won the +30 class going away. If you were paying any attention at all, you couldn’t help but get caught up in seeing the guys out in the Vintage class. They ran with the C riders, so they were mixed in with the current bikes, but seeing some of these old bikes (and a few old time riders) cut their way around the grass track was reminiscent of days long past. Everything about it screamed “FUN”. Sunset Ridge is well known for thier outstanding Midwest Vintage Motocross event, and this day gave us a little look at what this event brings out. The riders here really appreciate any chance they get to ride, and the smiles after the motos can’t help but drag you into their excitement. David Zigmont won both motos ahead of Ted Horn and Jameson Horn (son). Ted Horn fell back early in the

+40 class winner Andy Cole.

Dristin Beetz in the woods

first moto, but plugged away to make it a good race in moto one, almost catching Zigmont off guard. ‘84 Yamaha YZ250 rider Zigmont after the first moto, “I’m a Midwest Vintage MX guy, and we just finished our season, and I just love this track. It is by far my favorite track in the country. I also love riding in the woods, mix my favorite track in with woods, and this is simply awesome. My buddy here (Horn) caught me at the end. I was just riding, and all of a sudden I see this yellow flash behind me. I had to give it my all just to stay ahead of him there. The Pistoles did a great job getting all this ready, and I’m having a great time.” ‘78 Yamaha YZ250 rider Ted Horn had the look down as well as the good riding. Dressed in all yellow gear of the old days (Bob Hannah look and bike), he echoed many of the same thoughts as Zigmont about the day. “I like more riding for your money, and the old school motocross that was mixed in today. This was a lot of fun, and like the old days doing forty-five minutes

Gina Grigoletti in the 65cc class.

#41 Scott Niewiadomski #19 Jordan Mackiewicz #85 Kyle Lindahl #83 Brady Neys

plus two, we ran a long fun race. I just love the old bikes... and want to keep these things alive.” Speaking with Bob Pistole during the day, he was pleased with everything and really liked seeing everyone having a good race day that was at the same time pretty casual. When we asked if he planned on running more of these events in the future, he smiled, and said absolutely. No doubt that will be good news to a lot of riders looking for something different to mix it up next season. Results: 65cc: 1.Zack Tatar 2.Gina Grigoletti 3.Rieder Pistole 85cc: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Logan Skaggs 3.Jordan Mackiewicz 4.Damon Tatar 5.Dylan Boyd A: 1.Drew Yenerich 2.Brandon Simes 3.Tyler Duncan 4.Nick Neys 5.Cody Behrens B: 1.Joseph Dalzell 2.Zack Scott 3.Greg Sassi 4.Kyle Lindahl 5.Mark Brenny C: 1.Jacob Grafelman 2.Collin Yenerich 3.Kyle Nelson 4.Sean Eisen 5.Drew Jackson +30: 1.Burton Lavens 2.Kevin Milbach 3.Russ Moore 4.Leland Bragg +40: 1.Andy Cole 2.Steven Perkins 3.Scott Niewiadomski 4.Joel Hall 5.David Genung Vintage: 1.David Zigmont 2.Ted Horn 3.Jameson Horn 4.Con Erskine 5.Dwayne Phillips

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Champions honored at the AMA Racing Championship Banquet. The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) welcomed a full house of AMA Racing champions and their families, friends and fans to the Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, Nev., on Saturday, Nov. 20, for the AMA Racing Championship Banquet. The banquet celebrated racers' championship seasons and awarded a number of special awards that acknowledged the standout performances of a few top competitors. Hundreds of top competitors, in disciplines ranging from land-speed racing to motocross to woods racing and everything in between, received their national championship trophies and No. 1 plates at the AMA Racing Championship Banquet, presented by World of Powersports. Special awards included AMA Racing Athlete and Sportsman of the Year honors. The AMA Racing Athlete of the Year award was won by Charlie Mullins, the overall champion of the 2010 AMA Racing Rekluse National Enduro Championship Series, presented by Moose Racing. Mullins excelled in the 10-round series, winning six rounds, while also competing in the AMA-sanctioned Can-Am Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series, where he finished second in overall points to Josh Strang. "This is kind of a dream come true," Mullins said. "I never expected to win an award like this. It's a great honor, and I can't thank everybody enough. It's really special for me to win this." The AMA Racing Youth Rider of the Year was Jake Pinhancos. Jake won the national No. 1 plate in the 65 Stock (10-11) class at the AMA Racing Amateur National Motocross Championships. Pinhancos also won a World Championship in 2010. Jake led AMA Team USA to the overall win at the FIM Junior World MX Championship by taking the title in the Junior 65cc class. "The most fun and exciting thing is going to all these races, hanging out with my dad and mom and seeing all these riders have fun," Pinhancos said. "To go out there and win this award just means so much to me." When asked about his aspirations, Pinhancos wasn't afraid to set high goals. "I dream of being the next Ricky

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Premier rider Mitchell Thelen at the Trollhagen Hare Scrambles.


Trollhagen Hare Scrambles Dresser, Wisconsin - September 19 By Mike Pohl

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his day was highly anticipated by hundreds of riders throughout the season. It was the culmination of 2010 Norsemen Super Series. By time the sun had set, a brand new Yamaha YZ250F would be sitting in the garage of one very lucky rider. Eightytwo riders qualified for the random drawing. If you rode the Monticello Hare Scrambles, Akeley West Enduro, Mora Enduro and Trollhagen Hare Scrambles, your name was given a number that was written on a ping pong ball. Ping Pong ball number “10” was pulled from a rotating drum by Mike Larson, owner of Larsons Cycle. And the winner? Thirteen year old Premier rider Justin Buchta! The crowd roared its approval, as Justin sauntered to the stage with a grin that is probably still attached to his face. The fun didn’t stop there; riders who rode all four Norsemen events, and won their class were awarded personalized KLIM jackets. The YZ250F was donated by one of the pillars of our sport, Larsons Cycle. Outfitting the bike with lots of trick trail gear was Jay Waalen with Hyde Racing along with the Norsemen themselves. It was a class-act from start to finish and a day that will be remem-

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L-R: Mike Larson, Steve Danleius, and the bike winner Justin Buchta.

bered fondly by many. And speaking of the finish, Nate Ferderer took the checkered flag in the same convincing manner he’s been doing all year. Kyle Nelson led the first two laps and was 1:59 behind Ferderer at the checkered flag. Matt Stavish was just one second behind Nelson for third place. Tim Nienow and JD Friebel

brought up fourth and fifth places respectively. The course wound through the hills of the adjacent Trollhagen Ski resort. Temps were around 60, and once again, we lucked out with perfect trail conditions. No dust, no mud and ideal traction. But it was still a challenging ride. Some seriously deep sand tested


riders skill and stamina, especially on the last lap, which was a real groaner for those of us who maybe weren’t in the best condition. The course took a pounding throughout the day. By the last lap there were more bumps and deeper ruts, and thankfully the hills weren’t as difficult as last year. The A/B course was 11.5 miles long, the C course 9 miles and the kids course was 5 miles. Attendance was up nearly 50% from last year, with a total of 325 riders lining up on the starting grid. The big un-asked question is: will the Norsemen offer up a new bike in a Super Series in 2011? There are at least 81 riders out there who sure hope they do… Results: AA: 1.Nathan Ferderer 2.Kyle Nelson 3.Matthew Stavish 4.Tim Nienow 5.Jd Friebel Expert: 1.Dennis Lau 2.Ralph Feld 3.Jeffrey Young 4.Bobby Bretheim 200A: 1.Mitch Treichler 2.Jason Gerken 250A: 1.Calvin Castonguay 2.Giles Radtke 3.Robert Kau 4.Brandon Murphy 5.Brandon Hines Open A: 1.John Oelkers 2.Garrett Hansen 3.Robert Newport 4.Jake Hinkemeyer 5.Zachary Martinson +30A: 1.Michael Heuer 2.Paul Otto 3.Brandon Hansen 4.Dan Magnuson 5.Pat Adrian +40A: 1.Steve Swenson 2.Jay Waalen 3.Trent Mobraaten 4.Dan Funke 5.Steve Spencer +50A: 1.Dave Schreiner 2.Brett Grossmann 3.Kraig Anderson 4.Steve Reschke 5.Kent Schnaith 200B: 1.Tyler Pogreba 2.Frank Caballero 3.Jesse Caballero 4.Colton Koster 5.Kristi Grote 250B: 1.Luke Wilder 2.Alex Wink 3.Mitch Craven 4.Dan Liedahl 5.Jace Porter Open B: 1.Jonathan Banks 2.Brandon Melloon 3.John Niewoehner 4.Randy Imholte 5.Joseph Copley +30B: 1.Brad Kortbein 2.Chad Hawkins 3.Erik Anderson 4.Dan Wipper 5.Jesse Cameron +40B: 1.John Buechner 2.Joe Vadeboncoeur 3.Jason Heinen 4.David Voss 5.Harod Sand +50B: 1.Paul Schommer 2.Leon Imholte 200C: 1.Joe Neumann 2.Derek Severson 3.Ryan Sand 4.Mark Schreiner 5.Jonathan Acker 250C: 1.Tyler Wegner 2.Dylan Radtke 3.Austin Schreier 4.Alex Jurrens 5.Campbell Artmann Open C: 1.Cole Miller 2.Nate Tachery 3.Aaron Nyborg 4.Brain Wagner 5.Bradley Culpitt

Premier rider Mitchell Swensen.

+30C: 1.Justin Lokken 2.Jason Remer 3.Paul Weiss 4.Andy Goth 5.Eric Keranen +40C: 1.Michael Murphy 2.Tom Burns 3.John Tonsager 4.Steven Lindemer 5.Kurt Olsen +50C: 1.Gregory Karow 2.James Guse 3.Gary Janzen 4.Clifton Jenson +60: 1.Duane Nienow 2.Donald Krueger 3.Roger Radunz Junior: 1.Christopher Tomolillo 2.Austin Pogreba 3.Garrett Dahlin 4.Tanner Huotari 5.Dylan Kobel Women: 1.Valeri Schaleben 2.Elizabeth Schommer 3.Susan Voss 4.Amanda Johnson 5.Michelle Stukel Vintage: 1.Joseph Cartwright 2.Brandon Kunimura

3.Jorge Caballero Premier: 1.Austin Pogreba 2.Nicholas Swenson 3.Grant Hecht 4.Cole Kieffer 5.Christopher Tomolillo PeeWee: 1.Colton Reschke 2.Logan Kittock 3.Collin Maynard 4.Kyle Becker 5.Jack Tonsager Girls 9-15: 1.Kacey Johnson 2.Shaye Jenrich 3.Jessica Curtis 4.Katherine Vanderwerf 5.Sarah Stronczer Macro: 1.Dalton Kittock 2.Ross Niewoehner 3.Hunter Fischer 4.Brady Kittock 5.Salvin Artmann Micro: 1.Kyle Becker 2.Joseph Goth 3.Drew Anderson 4.Justin Buchta 5.Aundrea Artmann

Masters class rider Don Krueger.

Women’s class winner Valeri Schaleben.

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Bucky II Dual Sport fun for all

Speedy Pete emcees the auction and raffles.

Cross Plains, WI - October 23 By Gordon Lunde

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The route included a lot of beautiful riding.

ain can be the enemy of dual sport riders! It can make or break a good ride. After weeks of great weather, the skies opened up just enough the day before the Bucky II event to grease up the trails pretty well. The morning of the ride it was questionable as to how the trails would be since it was cool and still drizzly. There are a lot of elevation changes on this ride and rain can put a serious damper on it. The ride started at the American Legion Post 245 in Cross Plains, headquarters for the event. After a short tour on county roads, we entered the first off road section, a beautiful farm the club is allowed to use once a year for this ride. It also put the riders into their first test of the day. A steep down hill area led to a steep up hill climb and yes, the rain had made it incredibly slick. The rocks and tree roots in the trail made it more treacherous. Many riders couldn’t make the climb. At times there were five or six people stuck along the route to the top. After some time, with the line of riders backed up waiting to get through the area increasing, a decision was made to use a short cut out of this section. In the interest of time and safety, it had to be done. From that point the skies

relented and the sun made an occasional appearance and a steady breeze helped to dry things out. What a great reprieve! For the rest of the day, the ride became a very enjoyable tour through Dane county. Some 175 riders were signed up for the ride and about 160 actually took to the trails. The host group, the Madison Motorcycle Club, did a superb job in all respects for this second Bucky ride. Since last year’s event, even more land was allotted for our use by generous land owners in the area. It is partly to the club and riders credit. We were well behaved and respected the land we were allowed to use, so more land opened up this year. A huge thank you goes out to all of the land owners. Without their generosity, this ride would not happen. As the day progressed, we came upon more and more great properties and challenges. I heard nothing but praise for the route through the countryside. This area, west of Madison, WI, is simply gorgeous with some of the best motorcycling roads in the state. The club members put in an extreme amount of time and thought into the road routes and off road trails, and came up with a superb system for the day. The lunch stop was at the Wisconsin River Sportsman’s


Club and we were served a nice meal by the members. The ride into that area was a bit of a mess as we traversed a good ¼ mile of freshly plowed, soft, black earth at least a foot deep. Yeah, the bikes were a mess after that and rumor was that field had been recently fertilized. The ride after lunch continued through this beautiful countryside, and more great trails, finally ending back at the post for more activities. Dinner was included in the ride and the Sons of the American Legion did a superb job of it. After dinner there were There were a lot of smiles and some raffle drawings and happy riders at the event again. an auction of cycle related items, emceed by club money will help with medical and other member Speedy Pete Laubmeier. The usual needs from her accident. In a very unselfish bench racing and story telling of the day’s move, the winner of the 50/50 raffle, Randy ride continued in the downstairs bar of the Krits, who has been laid off work for hall after the festivities. months, donated his winnings back to the All of the money raised from the ride, family. The Legion bartenders even donated raffle and auction went to the current club their tips from the evening. It was an emopresident’s family. President Dan “Madtional evening for the family, the first time wrench” Mancl and family were on a sumLexi had been out of the house except for mer vacation when his wife, Lexi, fell and rehab and doctors visits. In the end some was paralyzed during a hiking trip. The

$5,000 was collected for the Mancl family! This ride is the brainchild and work of club member Dale “Crowbait” Kelter. His endless hours of work and monetary donations are principal in its success. Of course there is a lot of help from other club members, but Crowbait is the guy who makes it happen. Thank you also to all of our sponsors for the day: Moose Racing/ Parts Unlimited/ John Strangfeld, Madison Motorsports, Cross Plains American Legion, Latitude Graphics, UW Provisions, Englehart Center, Vetesnik Mad City Power Sports, Main Street Lanes, Boehnen Construction, SSE Construction, Cross Plains Motors, Street Eagle MC Rentals, Coach’s Club and Culver’s. Your contributions to the ride are truly appreciated. It’s becoming a ritual in my dual sport stories, to advise you if you want to attend the Bucky III event in 2011, get your entries in early! It fills up fast and you don’t want to miss it.

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Sims claims the Mooch title Columbus, Indiana - October 10 By David Dunnuck Photos by Cheryl Dunnuck

The mini course was routed through a significant section of single track trail, the motocross track and open terrain allowing the youth to experience quite a variety. Luke Chilman led the Super mini class around the

race, Austin Lee and Mike Witkowski charged hard through the first corner with Lee edging Witkowski for the dive into the woods. Keagen Lee jumped ahead of Witkowski on he fifth and final round of the Southern the first lap, but was unable to close in on Indiana Series was held in conAustin Lee. Witkowski regained secjuction with the Mooch MC event ond place on the second lap, but was in Greencastle, Indiana. A common unable to mount any significant chal... it was the sustained average speed of lenge to Lee the rest of the race. Austin theme this year in District 15 Harescramble racing is Dust, Dust, Dust! 24.54 mph by Daniel Sims that claimed victory Lee claimed the victory with The Peewee riders rode the grass Witkowski claiming second down by track, woods, and the motocross section 1:38 after five laps. of the property. Camden Feltner was Vincent Smith found himself in running good early in the race, leading Nate unfamiliar territory for the first time this seafirst turn and into the woods followed close Hughes until a mishap on the motocross secson. Kayden Young claimed the 65cc behind by Tyler Vore. Vore hung close tion allowed Hughes to take the lead and hold holeshot with Dawson Dunnuck right on his throughout the first lap, but appeared to have on for the Premix victory. The PeeWee Inrear tire and Smith mid pack. Young blew a sustained and injury and fell off the pace jector class was won by a hard charging Cadin corner on the first lap and Dunnuck claimed opening the door for Zach Dubois and Blake Alcorn. the lead. Dunnuck maintain the lead, building Rinsch to claim second and third. In the 85cc

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Overall winner Daniel Sims.


a 43 second advantage over Smith until late in the race. Dunnuck, feeling the pressure and knowing Smith was closing in, pushed a little too hard on the fourth lap and crashed allowing Smith to finally get into his all too familiar spot - the lead. Dunnuck held on for second place ahead of Young. After the race, Smith said he was a little confused during the race and he thought the rider board was messed up because it was showing him in second. The Big Bike starting lines had to be adjusted before the start due to the large turnout of A riders. In all, a total of 98 riders left the line hoping for a shot of clean air and avoiding the massive dust cloud which was looming ahead of them. The first lap of the course was shortened and routed toward

an area that was sure to separate the riders and hopefully reduce the dust. The first rider through the checkpoint at the end of the shortened lap was Daniel Sims followed by Jeff Cregg, Austin Shroyer, Nathan Sullivan and Anthony Wagler. At the end of lap two, we had a new leader, Jeff Cregg, turning it up a notch and taking the lead from Sims who trailed Cregg by 0:52. Spectators were seeing some great riding as they watched Sullivan come through the gates in third. Matthew Sims had turned up the throttle, and came through the checkpoint in fourth place ahead of Shroyer. During the third lap, Cregg suffered a mechanical failure ending his day of racing. Sullivan took over the lead, followed by Sims, trailing by 0:04. Shroyer, who was still in the game in third

place, was followed closely by Jordan Johns. Pushing to gain another spot was, Matthew Sims finishing lap three in fifth. At the checkered, Daniel Sims was in the lead after riding well, doing his best to ensure the lead didn't change on that final lap. The second place rider Sullivan was also running well, behind by 2:03. Johns blew through the chutes in the number three spot with Matthew Sims owning fourth. Rounding out the top five was Vet A rider, Cory Maryan. The last lap provided some riders with both the laps largest gains (and losses) - with John Coffman, moving up from thirty-fifth to the twenty-eighth spot overall - meanwhile David Dunnuck dropped 3 places from fourteenth to seventeenth after faltering on the final hill climb. In the end it was an awesome race with three different leaders battling to the end, but it was the sustained average speed of 24.54 mph by Daniel Sims that claimed victory over the efforts of Jeff Cregg, and Nathan Sullivan.

Results Hvy A: 1.Daniel Sims 2.Nathan Sullivan 3.Jordan Johns 4.Tyler Tischler 5.Bryan Dewar Vet A: 1.Cory Maryan 2.Brett Dubois 3.Matthew Davidson 4.Donnie Helterbrand Sr A: 1.Jeff Ford 2.David Dunnuck 3.Gordon Young 4.Rod Marshall 5.Timothy Trittin Hvy B: 1.Steve Endres 2.Travis Roberts 3.Dustin Hayes 4.Don Helterbrand Iii 5.Clay Sullivan Lht B: 1.Keagan Lee 2.Beau Lang 3.Joshua Anderson 4.Aaron Etter 5.Michael Trittin Vet B: 1.Toby Oltman 2.Steven Livingston 3.Shane Cree 4.Michael Young 5.Troy Pressnall Sr B: 1.Mark Ashley 2.Joe Williams 3.Ross Alcorn 4.David Warnsman 5.Todd Bennett Super Sr: 1.Donald Rainey 2.Matthew Yeiter 3.Michael Gilleran 4.Steve Lloyd 5.Phillip Soladine C: 1.Blake Bennett 2.Garth Shaner 3.William Major 4.Alan Petty 5.Zachary Gibbs SuperMini: 1.Luke Chilman 2.Zachary Dubois 3.Blake Rinsch 4.Colton Wilkes 5.Max Secrest 85cc: 1.Austin Lee 2.Michael Witkowski 3.Keagen Lee 4.Eric Douglass 5.Tanner Bartlett 65cc: 1.Vincent Smith 2.Dawson Dunnuck 3.Kayden Young 4.Langdon Feltner 5.Cameron Lee 50 Mix: 1.Nate Hughes 2.Camden Feltner 3.Colton Beavers 4.Garrett Mundy 5.Dean Sowder 50 Inj: 1.Cadin Alcorn 2.Kylan Pitman 3.Isaac Mull 4.Hanna Mull

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2011 kicks-off at Millville Millville, Minnesota - Oct. 10 By Rolfe Otterness

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ick Jackson and a host of other riders hit the Spring Creek track for one last time this year, getting a jump on the 2011 Super Series as this race counted towards next year’s points. Jackson was looking strong on his new Suzuki ride which was a move up to the 450s, and he took both moto wins in the Open class over Joe Perron. Some of the other riders that had a special day included Jerry Robin, winner of two 85cc classes and Jesse Kasowicz romping to overall wins in +25B and +30B. Riders were glad to see the Spring Creek track in decent shape after devastating floods hit hard in the area just two weeks earlier. The nearby towns of Zumbro Falls and Hammond sustained heavy damage and the track fared better, but required a lot of repair work to bring things back to a usable state. The Martin’s house was spared fortunately and John

Joe Perron took a couple of hard earned second place finishes.

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Matt Blaiser (43X), Kiel Bormann (53) and Ryan Stevenson duke it out in Vet A.

Martin and his crew fought

through a tough couple of weeks to put the track and grounds back in action. One of the things that was very noticeable for the race was the new, extremely loose and deep sand wash section resulting in some very tough to traverse whoops. Mike Riehm jumped out to an early lead in the first 250A moto with some pursuit by Brandon Stewart and Dylan Ziolkowski. Ziolkowski dropped back a few places on the second lap with Nathan Laporte pressuring and passing Bryce Craig and then Stewart to take over second before the halfway mark. Riehm maintained a fair margin over Laporte for the duration and took the win. Ziolkowski regained his composure after his early trouble and moved up to take third over Joe Perron who was closing at the flag. Fifth went to Craig. Moto two started out much better for Perron who swept into an early lead. Ziolkowski and Laporte started a duel over second which went on for the early

portion of the moto with Riehm closing in gradually on them. On the fourth lap there must have been some incident on the back section of the track as Riehm was in third right on Ziolkowski and Laporte had dropped back quite a bit. Riehm went to work on Ziolkowski and took him on the last lap for second. Stewart ran steady to take fourth with Tyler Duncan in fifth. Garrett Howard pulled a holeshot in the Open B class but was displaced by Zach Wallace before the end of lap one. Next to lead was Nick Carter who was there for about a lap until Derek Lilja managed to overtake him for command of the moto. Lilja was on a mission and pulled out a big gap over Carter to win by about 15 seconds at the checkered. Daniel Robin passed Nick Oeljen to moved into third at about the halfway point and took it on in for the rest of the race. Wallace ended up fourth with Howard in fifth. Wallace must have figured


something out for the next moto as he jumped out front early. Dan Robin sat on his tail for the first two laps but Lilja was moving up and pressured his way by on the third lap. Lilja took off in pursuit of Wallace with two laps to go and closed in for a challenge, but a mistake late in the moto dropped him back to third behind Robin. Dustin Therault and Nick Oeltjen rounded out the top five. Sterling Wold led early in moto one of the 65cc 7-11 class with Travis Frias and Josh Boaz putting on the pressure. Wold held on for a couple of laps but trouble hit him and he dropped back with Frias going in for the victory. Boaz scored a second with Pierce Knight third over Wold as the moto was wrapped up. Frias apparently enjoyed things our front so he launched into the lead in the next moto and led lap one with Boaz close behind. Knight moved up to hound him on the next lap as

Boaz dropped back. As the checkered ended the race, Frias took the win over Knight with Boaz in third and Wold once again in fourth. Results: 50cc 4-6: 1.Jayden Clough 2.Joshua Kisch 50cc 7-8: 1.Jaxon Opitz 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Dillon Nelson 4.Kyle Williams 5.Gavin Tilford 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Dillon Nelson 2.Trevin Nelson 3.Jake Luloff 4.Sam Peterson 5.Emma Rauner 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Trevin Nelson 2.Quinton Loughney 65cc 7-9: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Gavin Love 3.Aaron Boatman 4.Jeremiah Titus 5.Kaleb Carman 65cc 10-11: 1.Alex Ingalls 2.Pierce Knight 3.Payton Harrison 4.Austin Griffin 5.Joey Nielsen 65cc 7-11: 1.Travis Frias 2.Pierce Knight 3.Joshua Boaz 4.Sterling Wold 5.Payton Harrison 85cc 9-11: 1.Bailey Kroone 2.Alex Ingalls 3.Travis Frias 4.Charles Anderson 5.Pierce Knight 85cc 12-15: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Nolan Heppner 3.Dillon Cloyled 4.Alan Spaeth 5.Austin Anderson 85cc 9-12: 1.Dillon Cloyled 2.Bailey Kroone 3.Zach Harris 4.Alan Spaeth 5.Charles Anderson Supermini: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Nolan Heppner 3.Austin Anderson 4.Eli Bindert 5.Max Walburg

Travis Frias rips through the turn at the bottom of the downhill.

Michael Riehm took home gold with the 250A win.

Schlby 12-16: 1.Cody Williams 2.Brady Rhode 3.Coby Ockenga 4.Chaz Derocher 5.Dillon Carlson Jr 14-16: 1.Jeremy Martin 2.Zachary Williams 3.Tyler Allen 4.Brandon Riehm 5.Riley Kroone 14-24A: 1.Joe Perron 2.Nicholas Jackson 3.Ryan Orres 4.Clayton Olson 5.Timmy Mccoy 14-24B: 1.Tyler Allen 2.Brandon Riehm 3.Derek Hullett 4.Cody Breeden 5.Daniel Robin 14-24C: 1.Trent Kubes 2.Jordan Kasper 3.Clayton Bonnicksen 4.David Fischer 5.Mick Bender +25A: 1.Jesse Johnson 2.Kyle Love 3.Michael Luoma 4.Kiel Bormann 5.Scott Steinle +25B: 1.Jesse Kasowicz 2.Gabe Harrison 3.Edward Kruger 4.Travis Holst 5.Lucas Fox +25C: 1.Jamie Goskey 2.Luke Tjosvold 3.Tyler Dubord 4.Ryan Lofgren +30A: 1.Michael Luoma 2.Rick Amatuzio 3.Kyle Love 4.Rob Irving 5.Kiel Bormann +30B: 1.Jesse Kasowicz 2.Justin Peterson 3.Nathan Arndt 4.Paul Ruprecht 5.Timothy Walker +30C: 1.Joel Lenz 2.David Hintz 3.William Woog 4.David Ciaciura +40A: 1.Donald Bonnicksen 2.Scott Steinle 3.Rob Irving 4.Mark Lillemoen 5.Bryan Hansen +40B: 1.Jeff Ferrin 2.Christopher Brunholzl 3.Michael Janovsky 4.Bill Cunningham 5.Timothy Walker +40C: 1.Mark Liebeg 2.Joel Lenz 3.Dean Patterson 4.Jay Lundberg

+45A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Donald Bonnicksen 3.Boden Soderbeck 4.Rory Huntoon 5.Scott Cripps +45B/C: 1.Jeff Ferrin 2.Phil Miklo 3.Jeff Fischer 4.Bill Cunningham 5.Michael Janovsky +50: 1.Rory Huntoon 2.Jeff Sorensen 3.Richard Riehm 4.Gary Behrens 5.Paul Chyma +55: 1.James Johnson 2.Jerry Bumgardner 3.Rolfe Otterness +60: 1.Jerry Bumgardner Girls 9-13: 1.Jacqueline Riess 2.Toni Jahnz 3.Kyra Boaz 4.Grace Eiden 5.Sophia Johnson Women: 1.Cloe Spaeth 2.Lizz Turney 3.Rebecca Wright 4.Claire Cripps 5.Jacqueline Riess 125 2-Str: 1.Cody Williams 2.Coby Ockenga 3.Chaz Derocher 4.Lucas Hegna 5.Kade Rennich 250A: 1.Michael Riehm 2.Joe Perron 3.Dylan Ziolkowski 4.Brandon Stewart 5.Tyler Duncan 250B: 1.Cody Breeden 2.Brenton Barghahn 3.Brady Rhode 4.Zachary Wallace 5.Riley Kroone 250C: 1.Alex Anderson 2.Trent Kubes 3.Cole Harrington 4.Ty Hennessy 5.Ben Ferrin Open A: 1.Nicholas Jackson 2.Joe Perron 3.Ryan Orres 4.Jesse Johnson 5.Timmy Mccoy Open B: 1.Derek Lilja 2.Zachary Wallace 3.Daniel Robin 4.Dustin Therault 5.Nick Oeltjen Open C: 1.Tyler Gast 2.Alex Anderson 3.Cole Harrington 4.Clayton Bonnicksen 5.David Fischer CYCLE USA, December 2010

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Final D16 Flat Track of 2010 Lake Mills, Wisconsin - September 18 Photos by Donna Reinhardt-Saenz

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his was the last weekend for the District 16 flat track racing season. The day started out to be gloomy and wet, but as it progressed it became a decent night of racing. The well groomed track proved to be accident and injury free for the riders in both the heats and mains. To start out the night, there were six Youth Quad riders from the ages ranging from 4-12. Tyler Jirousek, from Mauston took the lead and finished the race the same way. All riders held their positions until the end, with Tyler Allen finishing second and Tyler Schrimpf third. Jirousek almost lost his lead in the final lap as he went high in turn four. At the end of the night, Jirousek was disqualified for quad issues. It was a delight to watch these youngsters in the 50cc 4-Stroke challenge each other in the eight lap main event. After the green flag whirled, Aaron Jahnke became the front runner. Jahnke pulled away from his competitors after a few laps, while Honda riders Brady Lange and Caden Demaa pressured each other to the end. Holding on to a distant fourth, fifth, and sixth place were Colton Witucki, Trevor Infalt, and Loyal Prach. They should all be very proud of what they accomplished this year. The Super Senior division consists of

DJ Slosser dominated the Quad B divisions.

the older generation riders, but they are so young at heart, being a big part of the races. Mike Yogerst, from Plymouth jetted off to an early lead and never looked back. Larry Piekos and Ronald Bean weren’t far behind, as these Yamaha riders had a fierce scuffle trying to capture the second position. Bean went wide on turn four midway through the main, which caused him to settle for third. It was hard to watch as the race leaders were

Charlotte Kainz and #5 Jacob Jesko side by side in the Youth 85cc class.

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combating and having to contend with lap traffic, but with smart riding, the wise veterans prevailed. The top five consisted of Yogerst, Bean, Piekos, Kenneth Pesz, and Rick Saenz, respectively. It wasn’t a good start for the Vets class as Ronald Bean and Andy Zipperer jumped at the green light. Kevin Kilkenny, from Milwaukee, grabbed the holeshot the second time around, while Dan Vrana was working hard to take the lead away. After lap three, Vrana’s wish came true and he then stayed tough to the finish. It was an even spread between the top five riders with Vrana taking first, followed by Kilkenny, Chris Baker, Bean, and Zipperer. The spectators had to keep their eyes on the track for the intense race as the ten Quad 4-Stroke B riders managed to show us all their true talent. DJ Slosser became the front runner as Scott Glynn wasted no time to get into second with Brett Durant in third as Kyle Jirousek rallied into fourth. Kasmiski, in fifth, traded positions several times with Jirousek, but failed to pass. At the end the hard charging Slosser won with his extensive lead, followed by Glynn, Durant, Jirousek, and Kasmiski. The 50cc Shaft class had some exciting action to observe. Caden “Silverbullet” Demaa had an edge tonight, which proved to be the one to beat. Demaa pulled away from his contenders, extending his lead right from the start. Ethan Jahnke was riding with a vengeance, trying to overtake the second spot rider held by Colton Witucki to no avail right up to the end. To no surprise the 250cc Open class


was amazing to watch. Robbie Treinen and David Schultz were out for revenge in this race as they were side by side. Treinen had the edge over Schultz, as he was trying to work that Honda to claim the win. Lucas Fox and Morgen Mischler challenged to stay with the two top contenders. Treinen led this fierce battle from start to finish and took the checkered lap while standing on his bike, with the crowd cheering in amazement. Schultz fought hard for second, with Fox and Mischler following. Hannah Lange was the only 125cc bike that night and as well as most other nights, so they combined her class with the Senior class. She is always waiting for some other others, so dust off those 125’s and join her. Senior rider Mike Yogerst started off with an early lead, but Terry Vestal was just biding time. Soon after, Vestal came up front to grab the first place mark. Yogerst managed to stay in second as Andy Zipperer finished third. Three rows of four quads each showed us one of the larger races of the evening in the Quad B Open. DJ Slosser blazed into the front when the green flag dropped with Dan Anderson, Brett Durant, and Jake Foti chasing him from close behind. Kyle Jirousek had machine problems on the first lap but wasted no time to get it back up and running. Tire to tire on the second last laps, Anderson and Durant battled for second, but Durant squeezed by to get ahead and Anderson had to settle for third. Slosser claimed the victory.

Young lady Charlotte Kainz showed up the boys in the 85cc division with her superior holeshot, while Jacob Jesko was pressuring Kainz to steal her first place spot. Hayden Zurn stalled his bike on the start line but still managed to keep up the pace with Mitchell Martinich after he got his bike in operation again. Kainz had a generous lead midway through the race to be awarded with the win. Jesko held on to second, Zurn snared third, while Martinich rallied in fourth. This impressive class was hard fought from the beginning of the season to the end, with the top riders battling for the championship points. One of them was Parker Lange, having to miss the last few races with a leg injury. Entertainment was enjoyed by all after the races concluded with a bonfire, story telling, laughter, and relaxation for the many overnight campers. Breakfast and beverages were served in the morning for another short track event, but was cancelled due to the overnight rainfall which caused a very muddy and slippery track. This marked the end of another marvelous season at Aztalan as the trucks and trailers headed out. Many of us were already starting to think about what next year will bring. Results: Quad Yth: 1.Tyler Allen 2.Tyler Schrimpf 3.Hunter Schultz 4.Nathan Newton 5.Spencer Beek 50cc 4-Str: 1.Aaron Jahnke 2.Brady Lange 3.Caden Demaa 4.Colton Witucki 5.Trevor Infalt Super Sr: 1.Mike Yogerst 2.Ronald Bean 3.Larry Piekos 4.Kenneth Pesz 5.Rick Saenz Vet: 1.Dan Vrana 2.Kevin Kilkenny

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Caden "Silverbullet" Demaa in victory lane. 3.Chris Baker 4.Ronald Bean 5.Andy Zipperer Quad 4-Str B: 1.DJ Slosser 2.Scott Glynn 3.Brett Durant 4.Kyle Jirousek 5.Brian Kasmiski Quad 4-Str A: 1.Rob Reitz 2.Daniel Pohlhammer 3.Cory Mahlum 4.TJ Owen 50cc Shaft: 1.Caden Demaa 2.Colton Witucki 3.Ethan Jahnke 4.Sutton Skodras 5.Ava Stobb Classics: 1.Matthew Mcnall 2.William Ferguson 3.Dick Mueller 4.Everett Vall 5.Chuck Dickenson Open Pro: 1.Kyle Weise 2.Mark Will 3.Sergius Figliuzzi Open 250: 1.Robby Treinen 2.David Schultz 3.Lucas Fox 4.Morgen Mischler 5.Mitchel Schultz 65cc: 1.Jacob Jesko 2.Aaron Jahnke 3.Hayden Zurn Quad 400B: 1.Jake Foti 2.Troy Gorton Twins/Vintage: 1.Ian Steen 2.Tony Giorno 3.Ronald Bean 4.Terry Vestal

5.Larry Piekos 250cc: 1.Morgen Mischler 2.Zachary Ryan 3.Alexia Hoffmann 4.Andrew Schleicher 5.Charlotte Kainz 85cc: 1.Charlotte Kainz 2.Jacob Jesko 3.Hayden Zurn 4.Mitchell Martinich Senior: 1.Terry Vestal 2.Mike Yogerst 3.Andy Zipperer 4.Brendan Grasser 5.Mark Schield Quad B Open: 1.DJ Slosser 2.Brett Durant 3.Dan Anderson 4.Jake Foti 5.Jeff Brown Quad A Open: 1.Rob Reitz 2.Cory Mahlum 3.Daniel Pohlhammer 505cc: 1.David Schultz 2.Robby Treinen 3.Lucas Fox 4.Mitchel Schultz 5.Chris Baker 125cc: 1.Hannah Lange Quad Dash: 1.Cory Mahlum 2.TJ Owen 450 Pro: 1.Kyle Weise 2.Mark Will 3.Sergius Figliuzzi

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Ziolkowski shines at Pine Ridge

125Jr class start.

Athelstane, Wisconsin - September 5 By Cody Wills

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othing like having your final race of the season be a Pro Am, but what better way to bring tons of people together and have a great time racing bikes. The day couldn’t have been any better. With this being a little later in Northern Wisconsin, sweatshirts were a preference in the early morning practice, but that led to a perfect temperature for the rest of the day. Grabbing the early lead in 250A moto one was none other than Ryan Gilbert on his 2011 KTM two stroke with Dustin Pulley, and A class new comer Hunter Nystrom in tow. By lap three Pulley moved his Yamaha into the lead. Pulley and Gilbert pulled a lead on the rest of the pack to end up one - two, but there was great battle behind them for third. Moving through the pack was Dylan Ziolkowski on his Honda to haunt Nystrom in third. Nystrom eventually

gave way to the hard charging Ziolkowski, but held on to fourth ahead of Dylan Narel. Moto two started with some drama on the first lap with the first and second place finishers

Dylan Ziolkowski had a big day including a win in Open A.

going down, making it a long road to the front of the twenty-two rider field. This put Andrew Tyrrell out front, and behind him was Pine Ridge local Craig Wallace, Travis Erdman and then the very fast Zach Coons in fourth. With so many new faces up front this moto was guaranteed to have some battles take place. By Lap four Coons moved to the lead, Tyrrell fell back to third and making an impressive move through the pack was Gilbert already up to second. Just like the first moto, Ziolkowski charged from mid pack to make his way into the top five. With Wallace and Erdman dropping out of the top five, it made room for Sam Long to make it into fifth after a tough first moto. Hard Pack ace Coons learned his way in the sand, winning the moto for second overall, as Gilbert finished second giving him the overall. Ziolkowski’s 3-4 scores gave him third. Dylan Narel got fourth overall with Nystrom an impressive fifth overall. The second Pro Am class of the day was 450A CYCLE USA, December 2010

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and moto one saw some good racing take place. Rounding the corner first was the Matt Maier followed by Adam Lock and Matt Menzer. Filtering out after one lap Menzer came around first, Zach Coons second, and Maier was in third. The lead didn’t last long for Menzer as Coons took over on lap two as Ryan Gilbert got by Maier on the next lap. Coons went down on lap four and by then Gilbert had moved into second and inherited the lead, with Menzer, and Maier in tow. Dylan Ziolkowski moved from mid pack to fourth on his 250f against the big 450s. On lap six Ziolkowski got by Maier, started to hound Menzer for second, and sure enough on the last lap Ziolkowski got by to finish second behind Gilbert. Kelly Brown finished fifth. Moto two finally saw Ziolkowski grab the holeshot, ride solid and check out. It seemed like this was just what he needed as he had been fast all day. On lap one behind Ziolkowski it was Brian Collins, Matt Kasper making a return to racing in 2010, and Dylan Narel. Maier moved into third with Menzer fourth. Coons eventually get by Menzer for fourth and held it. Also making it past Menzer for fifth was first moto winner Gilbert, who had troubles early. Ziolkowski went 2-1 for the overall as Collins went 7-2 for fourth behind Maier’s 4-3 for third. Gilbert wrapped up second overall with his 1-5.

250A class winner Ryan Gilbert

The most consistent in the Pro Am classes had to be Ryan Gilbert and Dylan Ziolkowski. Ryan won the 250A class and Dylan won the 450A class on his 250f none the less. I asked Dylan about his day, “First moto I got a pretty decent start like sixth and just worked my way to second. Then the second moto I got the holeshot and just tried to ride smooth and stay consistent.” Results: 50Jr: 1.Wyatt Liebeck 2.Luke Parker 3.Logan Joachim 4.Mitchell Malaney 5.Drake Dionne 50Sr: 1.Bailey Otis 2.John Bolvin 3.Dawson Lincoln 4.Rocco Gravedoni 5.Trenton Headson 125Jr: 1.Adam Reek 2.Colin Hass 3.Jacob Vaness 4.Kyle Hameister 5.Hunter Sayles +25A: 1.Dustin Pulley 2.Mathew Maier 3.Troy Lipka 4.Justin Engels 5.Brandon Duchow +25B: 1.Dylan Peterson 2.Adam Berry 3.Nicholas Hanson 4.Nick Nottle 5.Mark Zeidler +50: 1.Bradley Garland 2.Jay Kidd 3.Dale Lardinois 4.Mark Markee

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5.Mike Jazwiecki 250A: 1.Ryan Gilbert 2.Zach Coons 3.Dylan Ziolkowski 4.Dylan Narel 5.Hunter Nystrom 250B: 1.Kyle Sharkey 2.Colin Hass 3.Adam Reek 4.Marcus Markee 5.Nick Thomas 250C: 1.Brandon Barlament 2.Cole Kucera 3.Matt Livingston 4.Brittany Lemke 5.Tony Mencci 85Jr: 1.Taylor Brissette 2.Cole Thomson 3.Jack Lacount 4.Max Reckelberg 5.Austin Reckelberg +30A: 1.Troy Lipka 2.Darin Dionne 3.Randy Miller 4.Tom Nielsen 5.James Coons Unlim A: 1.Zach Coons 2.Brian Collins 3.Josh Vogels 4.Jesse Koth 5.Brian Christian Sportsman: 1.Cody Ciszewski 2.Marcus Markee 3.Matthew Tranetzke 4.Nick Thomas 5.Aaron Horack +30B/C: 1.Nick Nottle 2.Scott Young 3.Brad Baumann 4.Jake Gervais 5.Ryan Jorns 85Sr: 1.Jacob Vaness 2.Dakin Coons 3.Dennis Ponton 4.Hunter Sayles 5.Austin Childers 65: 1.Taylor Brissette 2.Michael Kerscher 3.Mitchell Nooyen 4.Justin Bink 5.Bailey Otis Open A: 1.Dylan Ziolkowski 2.Ryan Gilbert 3.Mathew Maier 4.Brian Collins 5.Matthew Menzer Open B: 1.Adam Reek 2.Kyle Sharkey 3.Aaron Remter 4.Jordan Millette 5.Ryan Kasper Open C: 1.Matt Livingston 2.Cole Kucera 3.Brett Ebben 4.Casey Pamperin 5.Daniel Datto Women: 1.Brittany Lemke 2.Heather Roach 3.Falen Narel 4.Sheena Haws 5.Shannon Markee +40: 1.James Coons 2.John Degrave 3.Tom Nielsen 4.Mike Anschutz Quad C: 1.Kenneth Lemberger 2.Tim Barker 3.Jacob Dobesh 4.Jonathan Pepin 5.Jared Tuominen Quad B: 1.Tanner Timblin 2.Samuel Rowe 3.Austin Grant 4.Taylor French 5.Eric Decker Quad A: 1.Daniel Woodruff 2.James Odovero 3.Tj Timblin 4.Christopher Mathias 5.Fredric Gygi


Red Wing finishes Hill Climb Season Red Wing, MN - Sept. 18/ 19 By Mike Nelson

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t was a pleasant fall weekend in Red Wing as the Indianhead Motorcycle Club hosted two days of climbing on their 320’ hill to wrap up the season for District 23. Once again the numbers were up with well over 200 entries showing up from all over the Midwest for their final chance to lock up, or take away a championship. With just six climbs to the season this doubleheader represented a third of the total points, and mathematically anything was still possible in most of the classes. Things kicked off with the

ATVs breaking in the still slick hill. It was manageable after the club did extensive work to get it ready after heavy rains earlier in the week. Rick Prebe was the first on the hill, and worked his way over the top with a fairly clean run of just over ten seconds. Will Shaw took the first round lead getting up the hill nearly a second faster than Prebe, and just a couple hundredths faster than current champion Tyler Clark. Conditions on the hill improved as the weekend progressed, and by the second round Prebe was able to shave a second and a half from his first round to take the lead. Shaw improved on his first run, but not enough to beat Prebe.

Andy Eichinger flies to victory and a district championship in the 125cc class

Clark came up for his second run looking to lock up another championship, and hit the hill with everything he had. Then the hill hit back as Clark got crossed up over the first breaker and crashed hard into the lip of the second breaker, flipping off the machine at the 100’ mark ending his season early. Clark’s first run held up for third place on the day and combined with his domination early in the season would help him claim another championship. Clark got some additional help from Zach Diercks who came back from a spectacular crash in Saturday’s competition to win Sunday, being the only ATV over the top in less than seven seconds. Diercks’ win would push Prebe and his championship hopes back to second place. Things were still pretty slick when the micro-minis took

to the hill for their first runs on Saturday. All of the riders settled for distance on that first run led by Davis Sunken and Macy Koester who both made threats at the top of the hill. The second round went better for all the riders with Sunken making it over the top in just under sixteen and a half seconds, and Koester flipping her bike just three feet short of the top lights. Current champion Casey Paider bettered both of them with his second run being the only other rider in the class of twelve to get over the top, and he did it in just under sixteen and a quarter seconds. The second day saw four of these young riders work their way over the top on both runs with Sunken taking the win over Paider followed by Kaden Funk and Bodee O’Neil. Sunday was also a big day for young Sarena Atherton in her first year of competition. This

Aaron Prebe on his way to a win Sunday for the championship. CYCLE USA, December 2010

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was her first time lining up for competition without her training wheels and she handled herself well going nearly twice as far as she had the day before with the training wheels still attached. Luke Cipala was one of a handful of riders to double up class wins for the weekend taking the top spot easily in the 65cc class both days. The other riders that scored doubles were Nathan Prebe in Mini Sr., Luke Parmeter in 4-Stroke, Nick Bronnenberg in 750, Will Shaw on his 4-Stroke ATV, and Casey Wood doubled up in the newly formed Women’s class.

Two classes that were up in the air coming into the weekend were the 125’s and 200’s. In the 125cc class, Logan Peterson was making a run at National Champion Andy Eichinger. Peterson took care of business Saturday edging out Eichinger by less than a tenth of a second to get the win, but Eichinger returned the favor Sunday to take the win and hold on for the championship. In the 200cc class Dylan Nichols came into the weekend with just a seven point lead on Nathan Prebe and with his win on Saturday, just needed to stay close on Sunday, and did so to hang on for his championship. An interesting story unfolded over the weekend in the 450cc class when current champion and leader Jared Gitter, who all but had the class won, showed up with a broken foot unable to compete. In a bold move to try to hang on to his lead, Gitter loaned his bike to veteran rider and friend Jay Sallstrom to try and eat up points and keep anyone from catching him. It seemd to be working well with Sallstrom riding to victory on Saturday, keeping anyone else from gaining max points and more importantly Gitter’s nearest competition, Aaron Prebe had a rare bad day and wound up eighth leaving Gitter with a twenty point lead going into Sunday. For Prebe it was simple, win and take the championship, take second and tie, less

than second and Gitter stays Champion for another year. Prebe wasn’t about to have another bad day and cranked off a run of 6.77 seconds to take the first round lead just a couple tenths faster than Sallstrom. Sallstrom shaved a tenth on his second run, but it wasn’t enough as Prebe’s time held for the win giving him the championship by just five points over Gitter. Finally, something that is fast becoming an end of season tradition, now in its third year, the club again worked up the far left side of the hill near the woods for the Open X competition. Officially this is an open exhibition class, but unofficially, it’s a non sanctioned, cash payback, open class, extreme competition allowing paddle tires, special fuels, and anything else these guys are crazy enough to ride. It’s a real treat for local spectators allowing them an opportunity to see some pro bikes and outrageous crashes as riders tackle this special track featuring a ten foot vertical wall cut into the hill that riders can either try to launch themselves over, climb over, or go around on the woods side sacrificing a ton of time. In action that included all three methods on ‘the wall’ and several wild rides, Jay Sallstrom came out on top just a tenth faster than Nick Bronnenberg. Thanks to all the riders and clubs for another great season. This year’s overall growth in numbers really tightened up the competition and made for some great action over the year. Hope to see you all back on the hills next season. Saturday Results: ATV: 1.Rick Prebe 2.William Shaw 3.Tyler Clark 4.Austin Welch 5.Ryan Johnson ATV 4-Str: 1.William Shaw 2.Austin Welch 3.Dion Welch 4.Jesse Yarrington 5.Michael Dosdall Micro: 1.Casey Paider 2.Davis Sunken 3.Macy Koester 4.Kaden Funk 5.Bodee O’Neil 65cc: 1.Luke Cipala 2.Braiden Henry 3.Casey Paider 4.Olivia Bach 5.Madison Welch Mini Jr.: 1.Marcus Koester 2.Luke Cipala 3.Olivia Bach 4.Casey Paider 5.Davis Sunken Mini Sr.: 1.Nathan Prebe 2.Logan Peterson 3.Dylan Nichols 4.Carson Curtis 5.Jason Laven 125cc: 1.Logan Peterson 2.Andy Eichinger 3.Casey Wood 4.Carson Curtis 5.Brad Marking 200cc: 1.Dylan Nichols 2.Nathan Prebe 3.Reed Lexvold 4.Jason Laven 5.Jeff Piontek

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250cc: 1.Logan Cipala 2.Jacob Prebe 3.Dylan Nichols 4.Marcus Winch 5.Aaron Prebe 450cc: 1.Jay Sallstrom 2.Mitch Koester 3.Jay Curtis 4.Eric Wheelwright 5.Marcus Winch 600cc: 1.Marcus Winch 2.Jay Sallstrom 3.Curt Sullivan 4.Nick Bronnenberg 5.Jacob Prebe 750cc: 1.Nick Bronnenberg 2.Luke Parmeter 3.Corey Danberry 4.Austin Welch 5.Mitch Koester Open: 1.Brent Stevenson 2.Logan Cipala 3.Jay Sallstrom 4.Brad Cain 5.Curt Sullivan 4-Stroke: 1.Luke Parmeter 2.Aaron Prebe 3.Eric Wheelwright 4.Zach DeGross 5.Alex Gerdes Senior: 1.Jay Curtis 2.Corey O’Neil 3.Brad Cain 4.Rick Prebe 5.Marty Peterson Super Sr: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Mel Piontek 3.Dave Byer 4.John Steinmetz 5.King Marking Women: 1.Casey Wood 2.Jessica Prebe 3.Nicole Bach 4.Gabrielle Prebe 5.Jesse Yarrington KOTH: 1.Nick Bronnenberg 2.Eric Wheelwright 3.Jay Sallstrom 4.Marcus Winch 5.Aaron Prebe OpenX: 1.Jay Sallstrom 2.Nick Bronnenberg 3.Brent Stevenson 4.Eric Wheelwright Sunday Results: ATV: 1.Zach Diercks 2.Rick Prebe 3.Willaim Shaw 4.Austin Welch 5.Ryan Johnson ATV 4-Str: 1.Willaim Shaw 2.Austin Welch 3.Jesse Yarrington 4.Dion Welch 5.Michael Dosdall Micro: 1.Davis Sunken 2.Casey Paider 3.Kaden Funk 4.Bodee O’Neil 5.Damion Huppert

65cc: 1.Luke Cipala 2.Casey Paider 3.Braiden Henry 4.Colton Landwer 5.Blake Atherton Mini Jr.: 1.Luke Cipala 2.Casey Paider 3.Davis Sunken 4.Dalton Nagel 5.Cody Atherton Mini Sr.: 1.Nathan Prebe 2.Logan Peterson 3.Jason Laven 4.Dylan Nichols 5.Carson Curtis 125cc: 1.Andy Eichinger 2.Logan Peterson 3.Jessica Prebe 4.Carson Curtis 5.Morgan Wheelwright 200cc: 1.Jason Laven 2.Nathan Prebe 3.Dylan Nichols 4.Reed Lexvold 5.Jeff Jack 250cc: 1.Luke Parmeter 2.Marcus Winch 3.Logan Cipala 4.Eric Wheelwright 5.Carson Curtis Tyler Clark takes a hard finish to his championsip season. 450cc: 1.Aaron Prebe 2.Jay Sallstrom 3.Alex Gerdes 3.Logan Cipala 4.Brent Stevenson 4.Eric Wheelwright 5.Marcus Winch 5.Curt Sullivan 600cc: 1.Logan Cipala 2.Jay Sall4-Stroke: 1.Luke Parmeter 2.Aaron strom 3.Curt Sullivan 4.Jacob Prebe Prebe 3.Eric Wheelwright 4.Alex 5.Marcus Winch Gerdes 5.Nate Redmann 750cc: 1.Nick Bronnenberg 2.Corey Senior: 1.Corey O’Neil 2.Darren DeDanberry 3.Luke Parmeter 4.Kaleb Gross 3.Brad Cain 4.Rick Prebe Northrup 5.Austin Welch 5.Jay Curtis Open: 1.Jay Sallstrom 2.Todd Cipala Super Sr: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Dave Byer

3.John Steinmetz 4.King Marking 5.Walter Krech Women: 1.Casey Wood 2.Jessica Prebe 3.Gabrielle Prebe 4.Jaclyn Gerdes 5.Morgan Wheelwright KOTH: 1.Todd Cipala 2.Jay Sallstrom 3.Marcus Winch 4.Logan Cipala 5.Jacob Prebe

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Hangtime closes 2010 Season Akron, Indiana - October 24 By Becky Stichter

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here were a few sprinkles in the morning, but with temperatures in the mid 60's and no wind, it was perfect racing weather. It was nice to have such pleasant weather for the last race of the season with Reads Racing. By racers' request, the morning series was run with a three moto format. Starting the action was the Quad B class. Wyatt Evans, mounted on a Honda, blasted out of the gates with the holeshot all three motos. He led the way each moto. Jason Fisher and Jason Terry rode hard, but Evans could not be stopped. Evans finished 1-1-1. In the 250C class there was a battle between the Klines. In the first two motos Suzuki rider, Jacob Kline took the lead, and wins, ahead of Todd Kline. In moto three Skyler Ringer was

back in action after crashing in practice. In moto three J. Kline was able to pull ahead of the other riders and finish 1-1-1. Ringer pushed from behind, but had to settle for a second place finish in this moto. Spyke's KTM rider Dakota Robins was on the track a lot today. He raced in three different classes and went 1-1-1 in all of them. His first win was in the Schoolboy 2 class. Levi Johnson rode well, but just couldn't catch Robins. Robins' second win was in the 250B class. Yamaha rider Kyle Biggins gave Robins a great challenge. Biggins got out of the gates ahead of Robins, and set the pace of the races. Robins was pressuring hard each lap and there was no room for error. Despite great racing from Biggins, Robins was able to get around him and cross the finish line first. The third win for Robins was in the Schoolboy 1 class.

Madison Johnson earning the win in the Women’s 65-85 class.

Dalton Packard winning the Schoolboy class.

Spyke's KTM rider Quinton Camp, and Derek Landry shot out of the gates well, but Robins pulled the throttle more and was able to take the lead. Once he was in front, there was no stopping him. Camp took the second place finish overall, and Landry finished third. Camp was able to pull out a win in the 125cc 2-stroke class. Dalton Packard and Camp came out of the gates bike to bike, but Camp was able to edge past and take the lead. Packard pressured Camp, but never found the opportunity to get around him. Camp was able to finish 1-1-1 and Packard went 2-2-2. Battling behind them for the third place finish were Derek Landry, Caden Roberts and Chris Trowbridge. Braden Groves, riding on a Suzuki, took home two first place finishes. He finished 1-11 in the Outlaw class and the 85cc (9-11) class. In the 85cc class Nick Raseta and Justin Stichter battled for second place. After the first moto, Raseta looked comfortable on the track and was able to finish with a second place overall. The Mini Quads had the

biggest class of the day, and they were there to take care of business. In the first moto Erik Havert took the holeshot. Grant Johnston was coming up behind him. Havert had begun to stretch out his lead and then had problems with his machine and DNF’ed. Johnston took advantage of this and moved into first place. Ethan Roth and Jordanne Stichter were coming up from behind, but couldn't catch Johnston. In the second and third motos Havert’s quad ran without any problems and he was able to finish first in those two motos. Johnston finished first overall. The weather was even better for the evening races and a good series was run. Skyler RInger was having better luck and took a first place finish in the 250C class. Jacob Kline won the first moto, but Ringer answered back in the second moto and crossed the finish line first. Dalton Packard seemed to like racing the evening races, and took home two firsts. He went 1-1 in both the 125cc 2stroke class and in Schoolboy 1. Kawasaki rider Madison CYCLE USA, December 2010

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Wyatt Evans topped the Quad B class.

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Johnson came out of the gates ahead of Jasmine Carunchia and Kellie Naulty in the Womens 65-85cc class. Johnson was able to hold the other riders off, finishing 1-1. The Mini Quad class was again the largest, as even more riders came for the evening race. There were some fast machines on the track. In the first moto Blake Sarver got out of the gates ahead of everyone with Jacob Clingaman pressuring hard from behind the entire moto. There were a few times when Clingaman tried to get around Sarver, but Sarver held him off and won. In the second moto, Clingaman got out of the gates first and Sarver had to eat his dust this moto. This time Sarver was the one applying the pressure, but couldn't find an opportunity to get around. Clingaman took first overall. Good racing guys! After a full day of racing there were special Halloween activities. Reads Racing supplied free pumpkins to all the kids. The kids had all day to carve their pumpkins and they were able to enter them in the pumpkin carving contest. The winner received a special Halloween trophy. Other trophies were given for the best cos-

tumes (split into age groups), best decorated pit area and best pet costume. During the special evening events there was a free chili pot available to everyone and birthday cake in celebration of Gary Klinger’s 11th birthday. There was also trick or treating for the kids. Since the weather was so great, the kids were able to run around and play after they were done. What a great evening of fun. Thanks to all of the Reads Racing staff for another great season of racing. Hope to see everyone out on the track again next season!!! Saturday Day race results: Quad B: 1.Wyatt Evans 2.Jason FIsher 3.Jason Terry Youth Quad: 1.Haley Davis 250C: 1.Jacob Kline 2.Todd Kline 3.Skyler Ringen 14/24: 1.Kyle Biggins Schoolboy 2: 1.Dakota Robins 2.Levi Johnson 50cc (7-8): 1.Adam Davis 50cc (4-8) inj: 1.Colton Camp 85cc (12-15): 1.Kodi Dreibelbeis 2.David Stanker Outlaw: 1.Braden Groves 2.Justin Stichter 3.Cody Fry +40: 1.Art Kreykes +60: 1.Charles Nice 2.Milton Cox 250B: 1.Dakota Robins 2.Kyle Biggins 3.Anthony Mann 125cc 2-str: 1.Quinton Camp 2.Dalton Packard 3.Derek Landry 4.Caden Roberts 5.Chris Trowbridge 50cc (4-6): 1.Colton Camp 65cc (7-9): 1.AJ Wrobel 65cc (10-11): 1.Konner Graddy 2.Shadd Miser

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Mini quad: 1.Grant Johnston 2.Jordanne Stichter 3.Ethan Roth 4.Kyle Terry 5.Erik Havert Mini Quad Jr.: 1.Koy Wagner Schoolboy 1: 1.Dakota Robins 2.Quinton Camp 3.Derek Landry 4.Erin Naulty +30B/C: 1.Felix Stanker Open A: 1.Adam Lock Open C: 1.Klay Biggins 2.Skyler Ringen Pitbike: 1.Konner Graddy Women 65-85: 1.Madison Johnson 2.Kellie Naulty 85cc (9-11): 1.Braden Groves 2.Nick Raseta 3.Justin Stichter 4.AJ Wrobel Saturday evening results: Quad A: 1.Michael Schooley Quad B: 1.Wyatt Evans 2.Shannon Roth 3.Jason Fisher 4.Jason Terry Youth quad: 1.Jacob Clingaman 50cc (7-8): 1.Dalton Edmondson 50cc (4-8) inj: 1.Colton Camp +30B/C: 1.Mark Martin 2.Felix Stanker 250B: 1.Anthony Mann 2.Dakota Robins 250C: 1.Sklyer Ringen 2.Jacob Dakota Robins chasing Kyle Biggins. Kline 3.Todd Kline 4.Jacob Shaw 65cc (10-11): 1.Konner Graddy 2.Shadd Miser 125 cc 2-stroke only: 1.Dalton Packard 2.Chris Supermini: 1.David Stanker Trowbridge 3.Caden Roberts 4.Derek Landry Schlby 1: 1.Dalton Packard 2.Chris Trowbridge Mini Quad: 1.Jacob Clingaman 2.Blake Sarver 3.Derek Landry 3.Erik Havert 4.Kade Wagner 5.Logan Stanfield +40: 1.Steve Helton 50cc open: 1.Dalton Edmondson +50: 1.Charles Nice2.Milton Cox 50cc (4-6): 1.Colton Camp Women 85-250: 1.Erin Naulty Pitbike: 1.Jasmine Carunchia Open B: 1.Art Kreykes 65cc (7-9): 1.AJ Wrobel

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2010 Season Rider Points Indiana State MX Series Top Finishers 125 Two Stroke 1.Dakota Robins ..........150 2.Willie Patton..............130 3.Quinton Camp ..........103 Open A 1.Zach Maley .................89 2.Rob Talbott..................86 Open B 1.Matt Dombrosky .......135 Open C 1.Matt Mcgill ................141 Schoolboy 2 1.James Cooper ..........125 2.Levi Johnson ..............92 3.Jake Truax ..................92 Youth Prod Quad 1.Haley Davis ..............141 2.Kris Marburger ..........107 Auto 1 1.Preston Barngrover ..145 2.Paden Hudson ..........135 3.Daniel Gibson ...........109 Auto 2 1.Connor McCormick ...140 2.Jake Osburn .............136 3.Kennan Leis................88 Auto 3 1.Daniel Gibson ...........150 2.Colton Camp.............125 3.Bradley Gibson ...........90 65 7-9 1.Thaine Boehme ........136 2.Evan Faucett ............121 3.Jake Osburn ...............81 65 10-11 1.Kraye Loft .................135 85 9-11 1.Jordan Parmley ........136 2.Kraye Loft ...................99 3.Trevor McCormick ......88 85 12-15 1.Connar Troyer...........145 2.Elijah Labordus .........113 3.Evan Denney ..............90 Supermini 1.Dakota Robbins ........150 2.Mason Brown ............110 3.Evan Denney ..............89 Schoolboy 1 1.Dakota Robbins ........150 2.Willie Patton..............130 3.Quinton Camp ..........103 14-24 1.Kyle Biggins ..............145 250A 1.Aaron Yoder ..............145 2.Zach Maley ...............107 250B 1.Kyle Biggins ..............150 2.Jesse Maley................86 3.Josh Ball .....................76 250C 1.Scott Swinford ..........140 2.Jake Truax ................129 3.Tanner Walters ..........113

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25+A 1.Aaron Yoder ..............150 25+B 1.Mike Brown ...............120 2.Frankie Spicer ..........104 30+A 1.John Baker ...............150 30+B 1.Michael Warmoth......150 2.Greg Archer ..............107 40+ 1.John Baker ...............150 2.Rob Talbott..................96 3.Ryan Marshall.............81 50+ 1.Charles Nice .............131 2.Art Kreykes .................98 Women 9-15 1.Erin Naulty ................140 Women 12 & over 1.Cady Pressler ...........150 Quad A 1.Shane Bolen .............150 2.Heath Bryan..............102 Quad B 1.Michael Schooley .....140 2.Lindsey Sandel ...........89 Mini Quad 1.Logan Stanfield.........124 2.Kade Wagner ............115 3.Jacob Clingaman ......103 Mini Quad Jr. 1.Koy Wagner ..............130

Motocross

Raw Season Points, final adjusted info not yet avail 125 Two Stroke Only  1.Dalton Packard .........366 2.Dakota Robins ..........360  3.Quinton Camp ..........307  4.Willie Patton..............293  5.Ryan Hoover.............222  6.Luke Kinkade ............192  7.Caden Roberts .........166  8.Scott Swinford ..........162  9.Brandon Schneider ...129  10.Austin Putchaven....124  Youth Prod Quad  1.Haley Davis ..............142 2.Kris Marburger ..........130  3.Justin Hoover ............114  4.Wyatt Evans................62  5.Brad Baldwin ..............36  5.Jacob French ..............36  7.James Sandel .............32  8.Drew Scott ..................24  9.Jacob Clingaman ........22  10.Matt Thular ...............18  Auto 3 (4-8)  1.Lucas Grounds .........195 2.Colton Camp.............154  3.Cameron Martin ........150  4.Landyn Iden ..............118  5.Daniel Gibson .............96  6.Braden Allen ...............80  7.Dominic Felty ..............66 

8.Bradley Gibson ...........62  9.Ranger Flinchum ........56  10.David Hagerman.......54  85 9-11  1.Jordan Parmley ........336 2.Evan Faucett ............240  3.Colton Crum .............202  4.Kraye Loft .................185  5.Trevor Mccormick .....144  6.Chandler Pitts ...........126  7.Jordan Schaendorf ...108  8.Matthew Carpenter ...100  9.Braden Groves ...........98  10.Tanner Gray ..............94  125 Youth  1.Dakota Robins ..........438 2.Dalton Packard .........305  3.Levi Johnson ............281  4.Quinton Camp ..........253  5.Ryan Hoover.............209  6.Willie Patton..............205  7.Derek Landry ............152  8.Dillon Finley ..............142  9.Caden Roberts ...........98  10.Jacob Behringer .......95  250 B  1.Anthony Mann ..........271 2.Dillon Ramey ............223  3.Shaine Slone ............172  4.Austin Wagner ..........170  5.Jeffrey Henson..........169  6.Kyle Biggins ..............148  7.Nicholas Velie ...........136  8.Joshua Struebig........121  9.Joshua Ball ...............114  10.Dillon Finley ............110  30+ A  1.Donald Baker ............110 2.Darick Stevens ...........87  3.Bryan Bowen ..............52  4.Jason Kloptowsky .......44  5.Sean Noland ...............40  6.Terry Strunk ................36  7.Robert Ray .................32  8.Abraham Porter ..........31  9.John Grewe ................25  9.Brett Cormier ..............25  50+  1.Bryan Bowen ............230 2.Art Kreykes ...............167  3.Charles Nice .............166  4.Milton Cox.................104  5.Tim Graves ...............103  6.Larry Witmer ...............96  7.Jerry Barber ................56  8.Donald Browning ........51  9.Jim Binder...................44  10.Terry Coby ................42  Quad A 1.Austin Shrock ...........132 2.Shane Bolen .............126  3.Heath Bryan................96  4.Robert Kintner ............95  5.Eric Lapato .................82  6.John Manning .............65  7.Scott Shelhart .............54  8.Christopher Porter ......44  9.Sonny Nemitz .............38  9.Daniel Colip ................38  9.Josh Jared ..................38  Mini Quad Jr. 1.Robert Bounds..........210 2.Bodie Derrer .............130  3.Taylor Hamman ..........80  4.Emily Bowyer ..............48  5.Derick Granberg .........44  6.Austin Bratcher ...........42 

7.Koy Wagner ................36  8.Collin Edwards............32  8.Joshua Graham ..........32  10.Brady Warmoth.........16  Open A  1.Rob Talbott ...............158 2.Brad Bowen ..............154  3.Donnie Cox ...............125  4.Camron Pressler .......116  5.Aaron Yoder................84  6.Adam Lock..................80  7.Travis Sewell ..............56  8.Kenneth Honn.............54  9.Zachary Maley ............52  10.James Thompson .....49  Auto 1 (4-6)  1.Preston Barngrover ..444 2.Paden Hudson ..........268  3.Schyler Altherr ..........232  4.Daniel Gibson ...........180  5.Colton Camp.............162  6.Kaden Parmley .........150  7.Lucas Grounds .........142  8.David Hagerman.......123  9.Jay Stevens ................80  10.Trevor Colip ..............78  65 7-9  1.Evan Faucett ............484 2.Justin Stichter ...........267  3.Colton Crum .............222  4.Thaine Boehme ........147  5.Daemien Vaughn ......143  6.Jacob Wagner...........123  7.Eddie Norred ............121  8.Jett Janowski ............114  9.Aj Wrobel ..................102  10.Jake Osburn .............98  85 12-15  1.Elijah Labordus .........229 2.Jake Rice ..................222  3.Evan Denney ............214  4.Nick Fleckner ............126  5.Connar Troyer...........122  6.Hunter Weaver............83  7.Auston Griffis ..............82  8.Derrick Bryant .............74  9.Keenan Mokma ..........73  10.Hunter Burnham .......71  14-24  1.Jake Truax ................109 2.Nate Stedman.............84  3.Austin Wagner ............80  4.Travis Morris ...............79  5.Kyle Biggins ................74  6.Eric Saunders .............62  7.Steven Penn ...............58  8.Chase Daugherty........57  9.Michael Kluga .............56  10.David Compton .........55  25+ A  1.Donnie Cox ...............150 2.James Thompson .......60  3.Dan Petrie...................57  4.Aaron Yoder................54  4.Kenneth Honn.............54  6.Michael Tomanek........46  7.Matt Bell......................45  8.Kirk Newman ..............38  9.Terry Coby ..................32  10.Nicholas Vaughn.......28  30+ B  1.Michael Warmoth......170 2.Randall Long ............124  3.Cory Robinson ..........102  4.Greg Coda Ii ...............83  5.Mike Hale....................72  6.Elijah Keen .................69 

7.Greg Archer ................62  8.Randy Wight ...............60  9.Kenneth Bowers .........54  9.Josh Carnes ...............54  Women 9-15  1.Madison Johnson .....226 2.Erin Naulty ................124  3.Lindsay Mason ...........96  4.Angelique Rees ..........90  5.Jasmine Carunchia .....84  6.Kristin Henson ............71  7.Lanaea Malak .............69  8.Mikayla Inman ............65  9.Danielle Girgoletti .......52  10.Cassandra Stephens 44  Quad B  1.Michael Schooley .....302 2.Sonny Nemitz ...........300  3.Lindsey Sandel .........179  4.Jacob Grover ............134  5.Travis Perry ..............121  6.Derek Kissinger.........113  7.Andy Balaz .................93  8.Peter Eckert ................76  9.Mike Bekel ..................62  10.Jeff Florian ................49  Open B  1.Matt Dombrosky........114 2.Gerald Kreykes ...........84  2.Nathyn Allen ...............84  4.Joshua Struebig..........82  5.Eric Farver ..................78  6.Samuel Miller ..............75  7.Nicholas Velie .............63  8.Jacob Rakowski..........62  8.Ricky Martinez ............62  10.Tyler Neros ...............58  Auto 2 (7-8)  1.Colyn Iden ................286 2.Connor Mccormick....209  3.Jake Osburn .............196  4.Bobby Panarisi .........135  5.Robert Bounds..........134  6.Kennan Leis..............130  6.Aidan Griffis ..............130  8.Adam Davis ..............127  9.Dalton Edmondson ...117  10.Damon Nadrasik .....101  65 10-11  1.Konner Graddy .........148 2.Kraye Loft .................133  3.Shadd Miser ..............111  4.Chandler Pitts .............58  5.Connor Brew...............42  6.Kellie Naulty................36  7.Jacob Cadick ..............35  8.Evan Faucett ..............32  9.Trenten Hobbs ............24  10.Adam Alman .............18  Supermini  1.Dakota Robins ..........273 2.Evan Denney ............226  3.Mason Brown............222  4.Josh Osby.................145  5.Jake Rice ..................140  6.Avery Gambill............117  7.Hunter Weaver............94  8.Elijah Labordus ...........89  9.Nick Fleckner ..............84  10.William Crossley Jr ...72  250 A  1.Kiefer Banter...............97 2.Shane Durham ...........61  3.Kody Kamm ................60  4.Aaron Yoder................54  5.Zachary Maley ............48  6.Eric Senk ....................43 


7.Eric Saunders .............40  8.Billy Larsen .................37  9.Michael Ross ..............36  10.Michael Tomanek......32  25 + B  1.Frankie Spicer ..........129 2.Nathan Glassford........76  3.Randall Long ..............74  4.Michael Warmoth........64  5.Mike Brown .................52  6.Dustin Parrish .............26  7.Mark Dombrosky ........22  8.Patrick Ross ...............18  9.Matt Joslin ..................16  9.Keith Bowen ...............16  40+  1.Donald Baker ............283 2.Rob Talbott ...............244  3.Bryan Bowen ............216  4.Terry Strunk ..............125  5.Sean Noland .............110  6.Howard Jabaay...........98  7.William Kirkpatrick ......74  8.Todd White..................71  9.Ryan Marshall.............62  10.Michael Warmoth......61  Women 12 & Over  1.Cady Pressler ...........238 2.Megan Moan.............123  3.Lanaea Malak .............87  4.Sami Sisinger .............82  4.Meghan Jordan...........82  6.Kelsey Nannenga .......44  7.Allison Vrba.................38  8.Krista Nelson ..............34  9.Melissa Morrow ..........32  10.Alexandra Ranft ........25  Mini Quad  1.Jacob Clingaman ......516 2.Blake Sarver .............400  3.Logan Stanfield.........336  4.Jordanne Stichter .....141  5.Chris Stanton ............119  6.Kade Wagner..............80  7.Ethan Roth..................51  8.Drake Edwads ............44  8.Kelsie Orr....................44  10.Max Maglio ...............43 

Hare Scrambles

Final Points HEAVY A 1.Nathan Sullivan ........330 2.Tyler Tischler ............325 3.Daniel Sims ..............297 4.Jordan Johns ............288 5.Jeff Cregg .................215 6.Christopher Bach ......205 7.William Wagner.........122 LIGHT A 1.Anthony Wagler ........402 2.Christopher Jewell ....147 3.David Quillen ............131 4.Matthew Sims ...........126 5.Austin Shroyer...........111 6.Ryan Haney ................85 7.Alex Witkowski............72 VETERAN A 1.Matthew Davidson ....321 2.Cory Maryan .............247 3.Donnie Helterbrand ..201 4.Zeke Smith ...............197 5.James Smith .............146

6.Andy Cregg...............145 7.Brett Dubois ..............116 SENIOR A 1.David Dunnuck .........344 2.Gordon Young...........267 3.Douglas Day .............264 4.Brian Temple.............186 5.Robert Kirchner ........181 6.Bartley Addis.............172 7.Robert Williams ........142 HEAVY B 1.Taylor Day.................384 2.Travis Roberts ..........351 3.Steve Endres ............337 4.Dakota Hatchett ........232 5.Matthew Hatchett......219 6.Joseph Dynes ...........134 7.Clay Sullivan .............130 LIGHT B 1.Matthew Sims ...........415 2.Keagen Lee ..............392 3.Alex Witkowski..........290 4.Jesse Parr ................233 5.Craig Foster ..............113 6.Thomas Wagner .........97 7.Shane Neafus .............91 VETERAN B 1.Toby Oltman .............360 2.Steven Livingston .....255 3.Troy Pressnall...........139 4.Justin Joseph ............110 5.Shane Cree ..............101 6.Ryan Brehab...............90 7.“Timothy Sullivan, Jr” ..83 SENIOR B 1.Mark Ashley ..............362 2.Timothy Trittin ...........301 3.David Warnsman ......243 4.Kevin Kruer ...............203 5.Brian Dewitt ..............132 6.Eric Voight ................124 7.Jose Simas ...............114 SUPER SENIOR 1.Matthew Yeiter ..........287 2.Phillip Soladine .........239 3.Donald Rainey ..........235 4.Kent Wagner.............200 5.Clay Scott .................186 6.Donald Schmidt ........184 7.Steve Lloyd ...............161 C - BEGINNER 1.John Coffman ...........286 2.Clay Moore ...............230 3.Garth Shaner ............154 4.Kendall Sierakowski .128 5.Trent Salyers ............102 6.Dustin Hayes ..............90 7.Jeremy Moore.............84 SUPER MINI 1.Luke Chilman............450 2.Zach Dubois .............386 3.Max Secrest..............275 4.Colton Wilkes............272 5.Tyler Vore .................240 6.Troy Davis.................196 7.Cole Moore ...............157 MINI 85 1.Michael Witkowski ....430 2.Keagen Lee ..............400 3.Eric Douglass ...........290 4.Tanner Bartlett ..........258 5.Austin Lee.................225 6.Austin Feltner ...........215 7.Jaden Smith..............176 MINI 65 1.Vincent Smith............450 2.Dawson Dunnuck .....352 3.Kayden Young ..........351 4.Langdon Feltner .......256 5.Cameron Lee ............239 6.Jake Hammond ........187 7.Jacob Mull ................161

PEEWEE PREMIX 1.Louden Feltner .........392 2.Camden Feltner ........254 3.Garrett Mundy...........240 4.Hunter Huser ............171 5.Colton Beavers .........149 6.Ethan Sowder ...........120 7.Nate Hughes .............110 PEEWEE INJECTED 1.Lance Maschino .......436 2.Isaac Mull .................321 3.Reed Day..................281 4.Kylan Pitman ............206 5.Brody Smith ..............176 6.Carson Reedy...........135 7.Hanna Mull .................88 QUAD A 1.Thomas Riley............144 2.Ryan Fleming............112 3.Ryan Klotz ................101 4.Ryan Lane ..................94 5.Donald Ockerman.......74 6.Parker Jones ..............66 7.Craig Bowman ............52 QUAD B 1.Braden Nichols .........159 2.Chris Shaw ...............143 3.Cody Gibbs ...............128 4.Chris Perigo ..............102 5.Ben Steury ..................95 6.Michael Zajdel ............81 7.Paul Forney ................76 QUAD C 1.Christopher Cleek .......92 2.Ed Harrell....................61 3.Damon Edwards .........57 4.Marcus Carlson ..........51 5.Jeremy Stark ..............50 6.Brent Livesay ..............46 7.Jacob Parker ..............43 7.Chad Muskopf ............43 MINI QUADS 1.Payton Fleming.........168 2.Jared Bean ...............138 3.Kellen Meyer.............121 4.Isaiah Silverthorn ......105 5.Bryson Clark .............101 6.Colben Steury .............96 7.Charlie Welch .............87

Hill Climb

Final Points 50cc 1.Levi Peters................450 2.Cline Garriott ............246 3.Checotah Benefiel ....243 4.Ian Brown .................207 5.Alivia Young ..............109 6.Blake Bowyer............104 7.Derick Bell ..................91 8.Brodie Bennett ............67 9.Lilah McGurer .............64 10.Landon Shoufler .......36 85Sr 1.Tonnie Pauley .............60 2.Kyle Slessman ............44 3.Kody Nettrour .............16 250cc 1.Matt Peters ...............400 2.Joseph McGurer .......358 3.Dylan Brady ..............272 4.Robert Fortner ..........216 5.Kodi Harnish .............212

6.Jon Creek .................197 7.Pat Sarver.................106 8.Kirk Gorsuch ...............97 9.Caleb Emory ...............66 10.Sheldon Truelove......58 750cc 1.Paul Hillard ...............281 2.Mike Sarver ..............278 3.Chris Senn ..................78 4.Charlie Baldridge ........21 Super Senior +50 1.Keith Klett .................367 2.Michael Bacon ..........179 3.Jeff Jack....................166 4.Randall Dillon .............34 5.Robert Woods.............33 6.Tim Weaver ................21 7.Roger Riddell ..............18 600cc 4-Stroke 1.Brian Klett .................289 2.Kirk Gorsuch .............171 3.Robert Senn .............152 4.Cody Jenner .............150 5.Kodi Harnish .............125 6.Alan Petty..................118 7.Dan Groth ...................80 8.Chris Senn ..................65 9.Michael Slessman ......26 10.John Williams ...........24 Women 1.Rebecca Lawson ......334 2.Kendra Herold ..........321 3.Blair Lawson .............307 4.Alissa Harnish...........229 5.Missy Dowers ...........105 6.Stephany Williams ......54 7.Kailea Duncan ............30 65cc 1.Levi Peters................407 2.Andrew Fortner .........322 3.Clint Garriott .............253 4.Reece Hutton............238 5.Cody Reece ..............133 6.Aaron Craig ..............107 7.Jonathon Brian ...........96 8.Braden Young .............81 9.Derick Bell ..................76 10.Christian Fitts............67 125cc 1.Joseph McGurer .......445 2.Lucas Learnard.........290 3.Blair Lawson .............202 4.Nick Fortner ................91 5.Kody Nettrour .............40 6.Missy Dowers .............21 6.Dylan Brady ................21 8.Randall Dillon .............18 9.Tim Weaver ................13 10.Jarred Dillon .............12 450cc 1.Matt Peters ...............389 2.Chris Senn ................214 3.Mike Sarver ..............190 4.Cody Jenner .............148 5.Robert Senn .............138 6.Kirk Gorsuch .............124 7.Dan Groth .................117 8.Dylan Brady ..............104 9.Alan Petty ...................28 10.Kodi Harnish .............27 Open 1.Brian Klett .................390 2.Roger Riddell ..............72 3.Jacob Tackitt ...............60 4.Damon Mayo ..............42 400cc Stock 1.Andy Fortner .............385 2.Michael Pulver ..........348 3.Kyle Galloway ...........347 4.Joseph Cook.............180 5.Kelly Brady ...............155 6.Mike Sarver ..............152 7.Sheldon Truelove......103

8.Justin Scott .................95 9.Troy Camerer..............90 10.Austin Bell.................82 2-Stroke Quad 1.Ryan Garriott ............330 2.Wade Garriott ...........242 3.Paul Hillard ...............235 4.Evan Zimmerman .....199 5.Alex Russell ................95 6.Scott Middleton ...........51 85cc Jr 1.Levi Peters................347 2.Jarred Brown ............337 3.Andrew Fortner .........289 4.Cole Garriott .............270 5.Reece Hutton............234 6.Eathen Bartenback ...140 7.Clay Bowyer..............118 8.Aaron Craig ..............102 9.Jonathon Brian ...........95 10.Christian Fitts............62 200cc 1.Chris Senn ................376 2.Kyle Galloway ...........371 3.Keith Klett .................247 4.Jeff Jack....................170 5.Jacob Tackitt .............145 6.Brian Shutt ................141 7.Austin Shutt ..............104 8.Bobby Walker .............82 9.Kendra Herold ............66 10.Josh Fleener .............44 600cc 1.Andy Fortner .............317 2.Matt Peters ...............261 3.Jon Creek .................256 4.Dylan Brady ..............253 5.Kyle Galloway ...........204 6.Cody Jenner .............154 7.Alan Petty..................114 8.Robert Senn ...............95 9.Scott Petty ..................93 10.Pat Sarver.................92 Senior +40 1.Andy Fortner .............435 2.Jon Creek .................333 3.Michael Pulver ..........301 4.Kelly Brady ...............200 5.Scott Petty ................187 6.Paul Hillard ...............136 7.Pat Sarver.................135 8.Michael Bacon ..........106 9.Jeff Jack......................96 10.John Colbert .............46 Open Stock 1.Michael Pulver ..........411 2.Joseph McGurer .......352 3.Alan Petty .................155 4.Roy Campbell .............54 5.Troy Camerer..............45 6.Greg Joy .....................42 7.Mitch Simmens ...........32 8.Trever Schneider ........30 9.Remington Duncan .....24 10.Braydon Bowlby........18 4-Stroke Quad 1.Jason Sosbe .............203 2.Marty Thayer.............130 3.Evan Zimmerman .......81 4.Derek Smith ................50 5.Jody Timmins..............30 6.Brian Shutt ..................18 7.Trevor Lawson ............16 8.Wade Yater .................15

District 15 Enduro Points were not yet available at time of publishing

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Trials

Champ 1.Alain Vandewalle........203 2.Noel Smage ...............107 3.Rick Condron .............102 4.Pat Doll ........................80 Expert 1.Ralph Littlefield ..........197 2.Dave Jelinek ..............173 3.Bryan Moenssen..........71 4.Paul Philbrik.................40 Advanced 1.Kevin Huber ...............170 2.Mike French ...............137 3.Dan Cotter .................136 4.Patrick Mullarkey .........96 5.Robert Voss .................77 Intermediate 1.Andy Hackett .............149 2.James Paley ..............139 3.Kent Franklin..............138 4.James Voigtlander......116 5.Adam Graham .............59 Novice 1.Mike Mauritz ..............230 2.Shawn Mauritz ...........187 3.Ken Koch ...................159 4.David Gunn................108 5.Janice Wallerich...........58 Women 1.Janice Wallerich...........88 Vintage 1. David Gunn...............100 2.Tom Littlefield...............32 Junior 1.Mitchell Littlefield .........40 Youth 1.Cory Wallerich............188 2.McCoy Georgeson.....107 3.Mason French..............97 4.Luke Littlefield..............80 5.Mitchell Littlefield .........67

Hill Climb

Micro Mini 1.Kaden Funk .................53 2.Casey Paider ...............50 3.Bodee Oneil .................30 4.Damion Huppert...........29 5.Tyson Haas..................10 65cc 1.Casey Paider ...............56 2.Kaden Funk .................30 Mini Jr 1.Luke Cipala..................50 2.Casey Paider ...............46 Mini Sr 1.Nathan Prebe...............76

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2.Logan Peterson ...........68 3.Taylor Oneil..................46 4.Bradley Marking...........30 5.Chris Varga ..................20 125 1.Andy Eichinger.............61 2.Mel Piontek ..................58 3.Jessica Prebe ..............55 4.Gabrielle Prebe............46 5.Logan Peterson ...........37 600 1.Luke Parmeter .............63 2.Kirk Mueller..................43 3.Jacob Prebe.................36 4.Brian Kinney ................25 5.Kurt Krohmer ...............24 750 1.Kirk Mueller..................56 2.Luke Parmeter .............55 3.Chad Meyer .................35 4.Tod Parmeter ...............23 5.Tc Allen ........................18 Open 1.Kirk Mueller..................60 2.Dave Jelinek ................24 3.Mike Bronk...................23 4.Josh Mueller ................20 5.Tc Allen ........................19 Stock 0-400 1.Jack Paquette ..............76 2.Dennis Sussek.............69 3.Glen Thompson ...........42 4.Bill Paider.....................30 5.Justin Kinney ...............26 KOTH 1.Kirk Mueller..................40 2.Luke Parmeter .............37 3.Aaron Prebe.................33 4.Jacob Prebe.................27 5.Corey Oneil..................20 200 1.Reed Lexvold...............67 2.Nathan Prebe...............66 3.Mel Piontek ..................42 4.Jeff Jack.......................40 5.Benjamin Parmeter ......32 250 1.Luke Parmeter .............80 2.Jacob Prebe.................48 3.Aaron Prebe.................48 4.Jeff Piontek ..................39 5.Kirk Mueller..................29 450 1.Aaron Prebe.................69 2.Luke Parmeter .............53 3.Corey Oneil..................27 4.Jessica Prebe ..............26 5.Rick Parmeter ..............17 86-600 4-stroke 1.Aaron Prebe.................76 2.Luke Parmeter .............54 3.Corey Oneil..................47 4.Kurt Krohmer ...............24 5.Alex Gerdes .................17 Sr 1.Rick Prebe ...................40 2.Brian Kinney ................34 3.Rick Parmeter ..............32 4.Corey Oneil..................31 5.Jack Paquette ..............25 Stock 401- up 1.Rick Prebe ...................46 2.Peter Voss ...................29 3.Kirk Mueller..................20 4.Garret Graf...................20 5.Logan Peterson ...........18

Motocross

125JR 1.Jacob Vaness.............922 2.Colin Hass .................813 3.Dennis Ponton III .......546 4.Logan Fleischman .....447 5.Adam Reek ................425 6.Noah Picard ...............417 7.AJ Meidl .....................357 8.Kyle Hameister ..........323 9.Nicholas Randrup ......290 10.Tylor Skodras...........285 250 A 1.Nathen Laporte ..........523 2.Dylan Narel ................438 3.Dustin Pulley..............352 4.Marshall Maas ...........334 5.Eric Palosaari.............333 6.Matthew Menzer ........315 7.Joshua Mc Cole .........305 8.Dylan Ziolkowski ........301 9.Zach Coons ...............265 10.Sam Long ................238 250 B 1.Colin Hass .................595 2.Jordan Millette ...........481 3.Hunter Nystrom..........479 4.William Menzel...........459 5.Cody Fredrick ............372 6.Zack Masch ...............363 7.Marcus Markee ..........325 8.Adam Reek ................318 9.Aaron Remter ............304 10.Kyle Sharkey............288 250 C 1.Cole Kucera ...............691 2.Shane Scott ...............661 3.Jason Kidd .................628 4.Jamie Nixon ...............492 5.Brandon Barlament....379 6.AJ Meidl .....................339 7.Matt Livingston...........295 8.Brad Barrette .............278 9.Jordan Orr..................266 10.Daniel Datto .............260 +25A 1.Cody Wills..................458 2.Jason Heindl ..............436 3.Aaron Stroebel...........356 4.Matthew Maier ...........330 5.Ben Bernard...............275 6.Matt Albrecht..............261 7.Jesse Zambon ...........191 8.Daniel Gray................170 9.Kristopher Dubiel .......167 10.Cody Haglund ..........166 +25B 1.Dylan Peterson ..........579 2.Jake Gervais..............488 3.Jeff Ramsay ...............386 4.Lance Lincoln.............299 5.Joseph Snell Jr. .........271 6.Justin Ericson ............265 7.Sheena Haws ............239 8.Ryan Kasch ...............236 9.Troy Fisher.................223 10.Andy Heinecke.........209 65 7-11 1.Kendra Randrup ........983 2.Brady Bill....................826

3.Mitchell Nooyen .........556 4.Taylor Brissette ..........499 5.Michael Kerscher .......382 6.Pete Paddock ............381 7.Dylan Densow............377 8.Joseph Obert Walton .354 9.Hunter Sayles ............347 10.Blake Hansen ..........343 85JR 9-11 1.Brady Bill....................801 2.Taylor Brissette ..........530 3.Dylan Densow............441 4.Pete Paddock ............372 5.Hunter Sayles ............342 6.Matt Swortzel .............279 7.Jordan Schiller ...........277 8.Blake Hansen ............261 9.Michael Childers ........245 10.Cole Thomson..........232 85SR 12-15 1.Jacob Vaness...........1040 2.Dennis Ponton III .......974 3.Jack Hendrick ............647 4.Robert Renkas II........453 5.Brandon Barlament....440 6.Jordan Schiller ...........397 7.Tyler Koehler..............366 8.Austin Childers...........361 9.Anton Kerschner ........358 10.Blake Bocek.............303 OPEN A 1.Dustin Pulley..............566 2.Nathen Laporte ..........522 3.Dylan Narel ................372 4.Eric Uren....................359 5.Matthew Menzer ........352 6.Marshall Maas ...........348 7.Travis Grendzinski .....286 8.Zach Coons ...............272 9.Dylan Ziolkowski ........258 10.Vaughn Mays ...........247 OPEN B 1.Jordan Millette ...........549 2.Aaron Horack.............466 3.Zack Masch ...............393 4.Jacob Wunderlich ......383 5.Logan Poupore ..........363 6.Kyle Sharkey..............360 7.Matthew Meyers ........321 8.Lyle Keeble ................311 9.Cody Ciszewski .........309 10.Cody Fredrick ..........287 OPEN C 1.Tyler Stoll ...................975 2.Cole Kucera ...............662 3.Matt Kohlmeyer..........400 4.Jason Kidd .................382 5.Matt Livingston...........327 6.Ethan Uren.................317 7.Daniel Datto ...............297 8.Bill Marklein ...............295 9.Trevor Hofstetter ........288 10.Tyler Klos .................255 50JR 4-6 1.Wyatt Liebeck ............803 2.Logan Joachim ..........678 3.Trenton Headson .......597 4.Luke Parker ...............564 5.Rylee Schiller.............557 6.Luke Vanlyssel ...........527 7.Braeden Overman .....378 8.Mitchell Malaney ........374 9.Jordon Biese..............316 10.Eugene Wolff ...........306 50SR 7-8 1.Bailey Otis..................888 2.John Boivin ................760 3.Max Earley.................529 4.Dylan Downs..............496 5.Dawson Lincoln .........449 6.Mitchell Nooyen .........445 7.Kody Cronick .............434 8.Carter Biese...............381

9.D.J. Gritzmacher........316 10.Kevin Gollubske.......262 QUAD A 1.Fredric Gygi ...............495 2.James O’Dovero ........395 3.Judd Skubal ...............316 4.Daniel Woodruff .........261 5.Chris Mathias.............244 6.Travis Berro ...............237 7.Alex Berndt ................204 8.Nicholas Swan ...........191 9.Jay Mittlestaedt..........150 10.Roderic Bolstad .......140 QUAD B 1.Tom Ginter .................461 2.Andrew Schrank ........282 3.Tommy Ponton...........256 4.Justin Grant ...............238 5.Jesse Sommers .........158 6.Brad Neitzel ...............125 7.Travis Ziembo ............119 8.Jason Wery ................113 9.Aaron Pravechek........110 10.Kevin Klinger..............89 QUAD C 1.Ben Hughes ...............521 2.Jonathan Pepin..........497 3.Tim Barker .................369 4.Dustin Bennish...........244 5.Rowdy Jinsky.............236 6.Jared Tuominen .........202 7.Blaine Hansen ...........172 8.James Pecher............170 9.Tyler Pape..................128 10.Seth Olson ...............124 SENIOR 40+ 1.John DeGrave............748 2.Frank Weiss ...............682 3.Mike Themel ..............401 4.Jeff Ramsay ...............377 5.Tim May .....................320 6.Mike Barta..................308 7.Mike Anschutz............288 8.Greg Bink...................285 9.Mike Schram..............281 10.Matt Bronk ...............262 SENIOR 50+ 1.Jay Kidd .....................758 2.Tim May .....................622 3.Mike Barta..................503 4.Dale Lardinois............488 5.Mark Markee..............420 6.Mike Jazwiecki...........389 7.John Dubiel................310 8.John Meehan .............291 9.Rick Haws..................271 10.Paul Williquette ........213 SPORTSMAN B/C 1.Tyler Stoll ...................608 2.William Menzel...........566 3.Aaron Horack.............555 4.Hunter Nystrom..........507 5.Marcus Markee ..........412 6.Cody Ciszewski .........376 7.Logan Poupore ..........362 8.Matthew Meyers ........320 9.Benjamin Mainville.....318 10.Travis Tabalske ........250 A 30+ 1.Darin Dionne..............652 2.Frank Weiss ...............602 3.Jason Heindl ..............461 4.Cory Croschere..........406 5.Matt Albrecht..............268 6.Karter Busse ..............231 7.Chris Junkans ............204 8.Troy Lipka ..................192 9.Dale Neubauer...........191 10.James Coons...........182 B 30+ 1.Robert Renkas...........534 2.Jake Gervais..............504 3.Tim Randrup ..............384


4.Tammy Flemming ......339 5.Scott Young Jr............292 6.Lance Lincoln.............282 7.Andy Heinecke...........222 8.Jason Childers ...........207 9.Lance Dehne .............198 10.Thomas Wolf............192 WOMEN 1.Kendra Randrup ........905 2.Brittany Lemke...........605 3.Ashley Densow ..........544 4.Amanda Nadboralski .472 5.Tammy Flemming ......423 6.Sierra Dortch..............420 7.Falen Narel ................417 8.Sheena Haws ............379 9.Chardae Tovar ...........278 10.Jessica Swan...........234

Dirt Track

4-Stroke Quad A 1.Corey Mahlum ...........172 2.Daniel Pohlhammer ...107 3.Rob Rietz .....................76 4.Wayne Richter .............63 5.Chuck Calvert ..............51 6.Tj Owen .......................51 7.Tony Daino...................33 8.Matt Schmitz ................30 Open Quad A 1.Corey Mahlum ...........177 2.Daniel Pohlhammer .....94 3.Rob Rietz .....................89 4.Wayne Richter .............65 5.Chuck Calvert ..............50 6.Tj Owen .......................40 7.Tony Daino...................36 8.Jermy Hunt ..................35 400cc B 1.Troy Gorton................202 2.Jacob Foti ..................176 3.Jesse Smoody .............85 4.Scott Glynn ..................45 5.Alex Lovas ...................24 6.Tim Day........................13 7.John Klingham .............11 4-Stroke Quad B 1.Joseph Day................200 2.Jacob Foti ..................170 3.Brain Kasmiski ...........139 4.Kyle Jiousek.................89 5.Peter Day.....................78 6.Stuart Hunt...................78 7.Ted Engler....................70 8.DJ Slosser ...................60 Open Quad B 1.Joseph Day................205 2.Kyle Jirousek .............157 3.Brian Kasmiski ...........129 4.Jake Foti.....................115 5.Stuart Hunt...................88 6.Ted Engler....................69 7.Brett Durant .................49 8.Peter Day.....................49 Youth Quad 1.Tyler Allen ..................253 2.Tyler Schrimpf............228 3.Hunter Schultz ...........162 4.Tyler Jirousek.............144 5.Nathen Newton ..........128 6.Spencer Beek ..............85

7.Robert Lewis................52 8.Mitchell Bignell.............42 4-Stroke 50cc 1.Brady Lange ..............239 2.Aaron Jahnke.............232 3.Caden Demaa ............118 4.Sam Mayer.................117 5.Devin Massie ...............98 6.Colton Witucki..............89 7.Rhyer Smit ...................88 8.Loyal Prach..................68 85cc 1.Charlotte Kainz ..........257 2.Jacob Jesko...............249 3.Parker Lange..............211 4.Mitchell Martinich .......165 5.Hayden Zurn ................51 6.Jordan Houpt ...............40 7.Samuel Wolf.................32 8.Alec Muth .....................11 505cc 1.David Schultz.............233 2.Robert Trienen ...........126 3.Chris Baker ..................85 4.Mitchel Schultz.............73 5.Quinn Mischler.............66 6.Logan Demaa ..............59 7.Trey Johnson ...............57 8.Ian Steen .....................55 Vets 1.Lee Johnson ..............169 2.Danny Vrana ..............151 3.Chris Baker ................116 4.Terry Vestal ................112 5.Andy Zipperer ..............71 6.Kevin Kilkenny .............66 7.Ryan Callies.................53 8.Eric Mischler ................20 50cc 1.Caden Demaa............237 2.Ethan Jahnke.............182 3.Sam Mayer ................144 4.Colton Witucki............124 5.Emmett Sund ...............52 6.Brazton Callies.............47 7.Sutton Skodras ............39 8.Joe Bedker...................37 125cc 1.Hannah Lange ...........216 2.Parker Lange ...............20 Open 1.David Schultz.............212 2.Ian Steen ...................148 3.Robert Trienen ...........115 4.Morgen Mischler ..........97 5.Alexia Hoffman.............67 6.Drew Schleicher...........62 7.Trey Johnson ...............58 8.Logan Demaa ..............58 Senior 1.Terry Vestal ................196 2.Brendan Grasser .......153 3.Andy Zipperer ............107 4.Jack Kainz .................100 5.Mike Yogerst ................92 6.Robert Harterink ..........89 7.Mark Schield ................40 8.Marvin Wollschlager.....37 Vintage 1.Ian Steen ...................171 2.Lee Johnson ..............171 3.Ron Bean...................129 4.Mark Martinich ...........129 5.Daniel Murre ..............124 6.Ken Pesz .....................78 7.Larry Piekos.................68 8.Billy Vrana....................66 65cc 1.Jacob Jesko...............290 2.Aaron Jahnke.............186 3.Keegan Harterink.........89 4.Hayden Zurn ................55 5.Jacob Trosper ..............52

6.Samuel Wolf.................49 7.Brady Warmka .............46 8.Connor Sullivan ...........34 250cc 1.Morgan Mischler.........211 2.Alexia Hoffmann.........198 3.Zachary Ryan ............138 4.Drew Schleicher.........134 5.Patrick Tratar .............127 6.Julieanna Grasser........84 7.Charlotte Kainz ............68 8.Keegan Fitsgerald........60 Classic 250 1.William Ferguson .......140 2.Dick Mueller ...............112 3.Matthew McNall .........101 4.John Lovas ..................94 5.Shane Sullivan.............78 6.William Berger .............73 7.Everett DuVall ..............62 8.Chuck Dickenson.........36 Super Senior 1.Ron Bean...................240 2.Mike Yogerst ..............170 3.Ken Pesz ...................138 4.Larry Piekos...............124 5.Chuck Dickenson.........58 6.Al Sumner ....................54 7.Rick Saenz...................40 8.Carmie Thompson .......37

Road/ Dual Spt

Road 1.Joe Shafel....................30 2.Ken Schuck..................17 3.Jorge Caballero ...........15 4.Andrew Jensen ............10 5.Phil Terry ........................9 6.Brian Mullane.................7 7.Howard Schuck..............6 Buddy rider 1.Brian Mullane...............15 2.Al Sumner ....................15 Passenger 1.Judy Sumner................15 Dual Sport 1.Brett Lobajeski .............56 2.Cory Clark....................30 3.Gordon Lunde..............28 4.Duane Baer..................19 5.Alex Bub ......................10 6.Scott Snell....................10 7.Mark Charlton ................9

Hare Scrambles

AA 1.Jd Friebel ...................276 2.Mat Herrington ...........252 3.Scott Daubert.............180

4.Pete Laubmeier..........116 5.John Strangfeld............81 6.Ryan Moss...................37 7.Brian Messerschmidt ...37 8.Tony Montgomery ........32 8.Eric Uren......................32 A 1.Robert Kau.................257 2.Mark Sheppard ..........204 3.Andrew Storbeck .......105 4.Scott Snell....................52 5.Joe Chwala ..................49 6.Joseph Barr .................48 7.J Skenandore...............47 B 1.Frank Caballero .........230 2.Corey Pederson.........194 3.Jesse Caballero .........186 4.Steve Roof .................155 5.Jacob Zyhowski .........101 6.Curt Shomberg ..........100 7.Nathan Zinzow.............61 8.James Marietta ............46 9.Gary Gibson.................36 10.David Lieble ...............30 +40 1.John Buechner...........260 2.Joe Vadeboncoeur .....231 3.Roger Springborn ......156 4.Richard Pederson ......119 5.Wolf Neuwirth...............79 6.Dean Hagemann..........75 7.Carl Jahns....................72 8.Kenneth Soczka...........51 9.Bradley Kortbein ..........42 10.Kelly Rickbauer..........42 C 1.Austin Schreier ..........281 2.Scott Rohlfing ............218 3.Brad Albers ................127 4.Dylan Kobel .................98 5.William Ries .................86 6.Danny Bilansky ............82 7.Scott Langer ................80 8.Bradley Culpitt .............61 9.Brian Blank ..................53 10.Taylor Galbraith..........53 +50 1.Paul Bloyer ................247 2.Tony Merlik .................118 3.Mike Jazwiecki.............66 4.Noel Smage .................55 5.William Hutson.............55 6.Duane Eller ..................30 7.Bill Brown.....................25 50cc 1.Hunter Fischer ...........290 2.Travis Bloyer ..............178 3.Preston Maki................55 4.Autumn Czappa ...........25 4.Heiden Waelchli ...........25 85cc 1.Dylan Kobel ...............285 2.Hunter Neuwirth.........228 3.Bryce Ries .................106 4.Ben Kortbein ..............101 5.Wyatt Westpfahl...........71 6.Hunter Grunow ............57 6.Mason French..............57 65cc 1.Hunter Fischer ...........140 2.Hunter French..............60 3.Jonah Dowd.................30 3.Noah Laedtke ..............30 Women 1.Amy Fischer...............231 2.Amanda Nadboralski .170 3.Becky Hayes..............157 4.Amanda Johnson.........60 4.Carley Whitehourse .....60 Vintage A 1.Jorge Caballero .........175 2.Craig Hayes ...............170

3.John Montgomery ........51 Vintage B 1.Jorge Caballero ...........60 2.Joe Bauer ....................30

Enduro

GRAND CHAMP Pete Laubmeier 250-OPEN A 1.Ryan Moss.................191 2.Pete Laubmeier .........178 3.Brian Niehaus ............127 4.Jd Friebel .....................50 5.Ben Bernard.................30 6.Steve Vendenboogart ..30 7.Matt Harrington ............21 VET A 1.Heath Drone ..............216 2.John Strangfeld............55 3.Steve Laituri.................51 4.Andy Jensen ................35 SENIOR A 1.Brian Breci .................123 2.Jeff Magowan...............88 3.Pete Caron...................83 4.Mike Multerer ...............70 5.Frank Shepeck.............41 6.Mark Huesdens............35 7.Craig Hayes .................25 SUPER SENIOR 1.Bruce Mueller .............115 2.Duane Eller ..................60 3.Nick Zambon................59 4.Jack Drummond...........53 5.Rick Kaczmarowski......47 6.John Montgomery ........21 MASTERS 1.Ken Schuck..................60 0-200B 1.Rich Liberty................170 2.Stan Szlachciuk .......160 3.Phillip Zambon .............76 4.Steve Kaczmarowski ...65 250-OPEN B 1.Kris Bunker ................189 2.Curt Shomberg ..........146 3.Mark Coyne ...............108 4.Paul Parker ..................93 5.Bill Brazinger................35 6.Jon Wilson ...................16 VET B 1.Dan Mancl....................67 2.Steve Kobasic..............30 3.Bradford Liberty ...........15 SENIOR B 1.Mike Oboyle.................41 2.Brian Mullane...............35 3.Kelly Rickgauer............30 4.Scott Benkert ...............21 5.Brian Lawrence............21 6.Charlie Buse ................12 7.Wolf Nuewrith...............18 C CLASS 1.Brett Drew..................135 2.Brad Albers ................109 3.Richard Tom.................72 4.Scott Rohlfing ..............64 5.Kyle Robertson ............60 6.Travis Schadler ............55 7.Brian Blank ..................35 CYCLE USA, December 2010

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Bach debuts Beta Culver, Indiana - October 17 By David Dunnuck

an early lead, but Lee reeled him back in on the second lap and pushed hard to stay with he last of four Plymouth Blackhawks Witkowski throughout the race. MC Hare Scrambles held Sunday OcWitkowski ultimately prevailed, tober 17th was also the 3rd and last but only by a margin of 0:07. round of the Hoosier Series for 2010. While Vincent Smith got a good the Plymouth Blackhawks sandy conditions start in the 65cc field along with will typically soak up the rain and make for every other rider, except Dawson terrific corners, no such rain had fallen leadDunnuck. Dunnuck hung back on ing up to the event. the line kicking after stalling on Mike Witkowski has been ever impresthe launch from the line. Smith sive in the sandy conditions at Plymouth, but had a 0:20 lead on Kayden Young Luke Chilman, Keagen Lee and Zach Dubois with Dunnuck lurking another have been lurking close behind at every event. 0:15 behind Young near the end of This event proved to be the time for Chilman the first lap. The smaller 65cc to showcase his talented riding skills and abilbikes appears to be struggling in ity. Chilman charged out ahead of the Supersome of the loose sandy corners, Mini pack and never looked back, landing the but the riders soon adapted and youth overall victory for the first time this started working through the back year at the sandy track. It was apparent that of the 85cc and SuperMini riders. Chilman was pushing his Kawasaki to the The margin would not change limits as he was laying it over sideways railmuch between the top three riders ing out of the woods into a slight uphill power with Smith walking away with anline run. Witkowski appeared to be on track other 1st place trophy. for another 85cc run-away, but Keagen Lee There was some added exhad different plans. Witkowski pulled out to citement on the starting line of the Big Bike race. The District 15 Heavy A points race is destined to go down to the wire which drew all the big guns who are vying for that championship. In addition, Rookie GNCC standout Chris Bach decided to show up and race on his new BETA, which he has signed to race with in the 2011 GNCC series. Daniel Sims jumped out in front of the pack, but had Tyler Tischler running beside his rear tire as they exited the dusty field and headed into the woods. At the half way mark of the first lap, Sims still had the lead, but Bach was knocking on his door after successfully getting by Tischler. Bach and Tischler both got past Sims by the end of the first lap, but Sims was still in the Keagan Lee charging to hunt. It was appar-

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Overall winner, Chris Bach on his Beta

Second in Super Mini, Zach Dubois.


ent from some of the struggles, that the loose sand corners were affecting some of the big bike riders as well. Vet A rider Cory Maryan was flopped off his bike early in the race, but came back to take the Vet A victory after getting back on the wheel of Brett Dubois. Back in the Heavy B class, a top three race was as close as it gets. Taylor Day, Steve Endre and Travis Roberts swapped back and forth throughout the race until Day finally prevailed at the end. The final time gap between the three was less than 1:10 at the checkered flag with Roberts outpacing Endre by 0:14. In the hunt for the overall, Bach was pulling away with an impressive lead by the third lap with Sims charging hard in second and Tischler rounding out the top three. Bach suffered a flat tire and had to back off the pace allowing Sims and Tischler to close the slightly close the gap. Back in fourth place, Nathan Sullivan was quietly and smoothly closing in on Tischler. A fuel stop by Tischler allowed Sullivan to get him into his sights and that was all it took. By the last lap, Bach’s flat tire had completely come off the rim significantly slowing his ability to charge forward. Sims and Sullivan maintained their efforts, but fell just short of a major upset. Chris Bach got the overall win by a mere 0:06 over Sims with Sullivan coming through in third just 0:14 behind Sims.

Results: Hvy A: 1.Christopher Bach 2.Daniel Sims 3.Nathan Sullivan 4.Tyler Tishler 5.Jordan Johns Vet A: 1.Cory Maryan 2.Matthew Davidson 3.Troy Smith 4.Donnie Helterbrand 5.Brett Dubois Sr A: 1.Robert Williams 2.Patrick Flynn 3.Douglas Day 4.Gordon Young 5.Todd Walsworth Hvy B: 1.Taylor Day 2.Travis Roberts 3.Steve Endres 4.Donnie Helterbrand Iii 5.Jake Salisbury Lht B: 1.Keagen Lee 2.Caleb Fritz 3.Brian Dewitt 4.Tyler Vore Vet B: 1.Rudy Austin 2.Adam Krumanaker 3.Robert Micco 4.Curtis Meyer 5.Steven Livingston Sr B: 1.Brian Nannenga 2.Kurt Bauer 3.Steven Wenino 4.David Warnsman 5.Brian Dewitt Super Sr: 1.Paul Bucher 2.Matthew Yeiter 3.Larry Gibson 4.Phillip Soladine 5.Richard Allen C: 1.Kyle Bennett 2.Anthony Hesh 3.Dakota Young 4.Jake Spratley 5.Ryan Arnett Daniel Sims (468) and Tyler SuperMini: 1.Luke Chilman Tischler fight for the early advantage. 2.Zachary Dubois 3.Colton Wilkes 4.Max Secrest 5.DerDunnuck 4.Langdon Feltner 5.Cameron Lee rik Smits 50Mix: 1.Logan White 2.Louden Feltner 3.Garrett 85: 1.Michael Witkowski 2.Keagen Lee 3.Eric DouMundy glass 4.Tyler Darmon 5.Tanner Bartlett 50Inj: 1.Lance Maschino 2.Brett Krumanaker 65: 1.Vincent Smith 2.Kayden Young 3.Dawson

Congratulations and Thank You! Top Honors captured by our team MOTOCROSS 25+ 3rd Blake Young 45+ 4th Steve Kerber ENDURO 250 A 2nd Dan Ryan 3rd Jeff Kaylor 6th Derek Toberman Vet A 8th Rick Ingold 10th Ryan Duff

Open A 5th Darren Morgan 6th DJ Ryan 8th George Bolek 10th Tim Reid Senior A 2nd Dave Edsall 7th Jay Hall 10th Dave Dupree 200 B 3rd Jeff Koniak 5th Chris Welch

Hall's Cycles would like to thank all of the riders and supporters for their patronage this past season. We wish everyone a safe and happy Holiday season. Jay, Raymond, Jeff, Brian, Steve, Clint, Tammy and Bob Open B 6th Michael Westhoff Senior B 4th John Hardin HARE SCRAMBLES AA 2nd Kyleer Vance 7th Jeffrey Kaylor 8th Daniel Janus Open A 3rd Scott Sexton 30 A 3rd Randy Southard

9th Ryan Duff 40 A 3rd Thomas Burtle 6th Robert Marfell 10th Raymond Devlin 86-200 B 4th Keagan Schmidt 201-Open B 8th Jerrod Marfell 10th Justin Cox 30 B 3rd Doug Ogden

40 B 2nd Andy Garecht 201-Open C 3rd Mike Norris 4th Nathan Schmid Super Mini 2nd Jarred Hall 65cc Beginner 5th Michael Burtle 6th Dalton Garecht 50cc (7-8 yrs) 7th Dalton Garecht

Women 3rd Paige Garecht 10th Tammy Hall BJEC AA, & Silver Medal ISDE 1st Lars Valin OMA A Light 2nd Daniel Janus

Special Thanks for our District Champions MOTOCROSS

ENDURO

125cc & Schoolboy Paxton Kerber 250A Blake Young

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Sunset Ridge MX’s 2010 finale Walnut, Illinois-October 10 By Jennifer Kenyon Photos by Missi Thede

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t’s true; all good things must come to an end. Unfortunately this is all too familiar with the motocross season in the Midwest. Sunset Ridge held its final District 17 motocross race of the year, bringing in riders from all over the area to enjoy racing the track one last time for the 2010 season. Drew Yenerich of New Lenox, Illinois, hammered down on his Rock River backed Yamaha to take a first overall in the 250A class, and second in 450A. Yenerich shot out of the gate in moto one of Open to capture the holeshot over guys like Greg Braet, Tyler Mcewen, and Kevin Markwardt. Mcewen gave Yenerich a run for his money in the first few laps of the race, leaving Yenerich with no room for mistakes. Greg Braet of Milan, Illinois had a bad start in moto one, but moved his way into the third position behind Mcewen with Iowa’s Devin Reed chasing behind. Markwardt settled into fifth after tiring out midway through the moto. In moto two, Markwardt shot off the gate on his Venning Motorsports Honda, putting himself a good distance away from the others on the first lap. Yenerich slid out in the inside line after the downhill, causing him to lose a few spots. Mcewen slowly caught up to Markwardt, passing him on the third lap to take over the lead. Markwardt was looking pretty tired, and not long after Braet moved

Greg Braet won both +25 and +30A as well as finishing third in Open A.

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Jeremy Pogliano finished second in the 125cc class.

his way around as well. After going down, Yenerich rode like a madman, quickly gaining positions. However, he didn’t have enough time to get around Mcewen who was riding a pretty solid pace out front. Yenerich took the second overall with 1-2 and Mcewen took the first with 2-1. Braet was third overall followed by Reed and Markwardt. Travis Jabaay of Crete, Illinois had a good day of racing, taking home the win in both the Schoolboy and 125cc classes. Jabaay got off to a great start in moto one of 125cc, with Jeremy Pogliano and Jake Cinkus close behind. Evan Toland and Brain Haines went back and forth to stay inside the top five. Cinkus and Pogliano had a good battle for the second place position and Cinkus edged out Pogliano to grab the spot. Moto two saw Jabaay and Cinkus up front once again. Cinkus went down in the corner after the downhill, causing him to lose a few spots before getting his bike started again. Cinkus had some continued bad luck as he went down two more times

in moto two, but still managed to pass his way into the third place spot. Jabaay opened up a pretty big lead on the rest of the pack as Pogliano pushed to catch up. Haines and Golas were close behind Cinkus but couldn’t capitalize on his mistakes, giving Cinkus the third overall, Haines fourth and Golas fifth. Jabaay took home the overall with Pogliano in second. Nick Wallace has been on fire ever since he moved up to the 85Sr class in August. Wallace grabbed the holeshot in moto one followed by Damon Tatar of New Lenox, Illinois and Danielle Grigoletti of Elwood. Grigoletti, who also rides in the Girls class, was showing the boys that girls are nothing to mess with as she pressured Tatar for the second position. Tyler Scott and Jonathan Warner chased Grigoletti in the first moto but couldn’t find the speed to get around her. The second 85Sr moto saw Wallace shoot out for another holeshot with Tatar and Grigoletti close behind. Grigoletti once again put the pressure on Tatar, working hard to capitalize on any mistakes. After a ninth place finish in moto one, Jimmy Epifiano put in a great ride, finishing inside the top five behind Tyler Scott. Wallace went on to take the victory with Tatar finishing second and Grigoletti third. The 50cc (4-8) class had quite the turnout with ten riders, which is partly because of the smaller-scale pee wee track that Sunset Ridge offers for the younger riders. Ryder Schnowske of Cambridge, Illinois got off to a great start followed by Brayden Peet and Brett Aimone. Peet and Aimone didn’t let Schnowske too far out of their sights, though.


Deegen Cooley of Mchenry, Illinois was battling it out with Ethan Jackson of Washington, Illinois for a position inside of the top five. Good job to all the riders on a great 2010 season! Sunset Ridge did an amazing job of providing us with a great track and an all-around fun time at the races! Results: 50cc (4-8): 1.Ryder Schnowske 2.Brayden Peet 3.Brett Aimone 4.Deegen Cooley 5.Ethan Jackson 50Jr: 1.Ryder Schnowske 2.Joe Quest 3.Deegen Cooley 50Sr: 1.Kaile Williams 2.Kaleb Fulscher 3.Cole Dekker 4.Colton King 5.Nathan Gowe 65Jr: 1.Eddie Norred 2.Kaile Williams 3.Noah Taylor 4.Jacob Anderson 5.Robert Copenharve 65Sr: 1.Zack Tatar 2.Gina Grigoletti 85Jr: 1.Zack Tatar 2.Jono Mandelke 3.Eddie Norred 4.Seth Beutke 5.Wade Schnowske 85Sr: 1.Nick Wallace 2.Damon Tatar 3.Danielle Grigoletti 4.Tyler Scott 5.Jonathan Warner SuperMini: 1.Jonathan Warner 2.Nick Wallace 3.Tyler Scott 4.Samantha Mandelke 5.Wheeler Charmichael Schlby: 1.Travis Jabaay 2.Evan Toland 3.Zack Scott 4.Brian Haines 125cc: 1.Travis Jabaay 2.Jeremy Pogliano 3.Jake Cinkus 4.Brian Haines 5.Dan Golas Open A: 1.Tyler Mcewen 2.Drew

Yenerich 3.Greg Braet 4.Devin Reed 5.Kevin Markwardt Open B: 1.Chad Jeralds 2.Trevor Cook 3.Shaun Staunton 4.Chad Lindahl 5.Jeremy Smith 250A: 1.Drew Yenerich 2.Tyler Mcewen 3.Andrew Tyrrell 4.Devin Reed 5.Joseph Smutny 250B: 1.Malachi Messenger 2.Zack Scott 3.John Pogliano 4.Steven Ceithamer 5.Reid Janson 250C: 1.Nick Inman 2.Adam Petnuch 3.Cody Ruschke 4.Cody Alexander 5.Travis Johnson 14-24: 1.John Pogliano 2.Malachi Messenger 3.Broc Pagni 4.Zack Scott 5.Cory Catalani +25: 1.Greg Braet 2.Jason Kloptowski 3.Chad Lindahl 4.Jeff Patel 5.William Grothaus +30A: 1.Greg Braet 2.Jason Kloptowski 3.Ed Williams 4.Joshua Pistole 5.David Stover +40: 1.Tim Filippi 2.David Stover 3.Howard Jabaay 4.Theron Maring 5.Jason Dollas +45: 1.Howard Jabaay 2.Jeff Patel 3.Al Schmidt 4.Jason Dollas 5.Jeff Curtis +50: 1.Jeff Manning Women: 1.Samantha Mandelke 2.Shaelee Harvey 3.Danielle Wilkinson Girls: 1.Danielle Grigoletti 2.Melissa Flanagan 3.Madison Mandelke 4.Taylor Neys Quad A: 1.Jesse Barnes 2.Derek Halsey 3.Justin Medine 4.Kyle White 5.Jacob Conroy Quad B: 1.Nick Crow 2.Bryce Klenk 3.Kelby Inskeep 4.Mark Dekker 5.Jim Oakes Quad C: 1.Scott Gilbert 2.Mason Muchow 3.Guy Frison 4.Patrick Dugal

Nick Wallace won the 85Sr class. 5.Christopher Barnes Quad 90: 1.Brody Lyall 2.Cyler Jackson 3.Joey Burba Quad 300: 1.Zack Kaczmarzyk 2.Jordon Thiel 3.Matt Truhlar 4.Jeremy Raupp 5.Josey Rumburg Vintage: 1.Brett Wilkinson 2.Robert Flanagan 3.Blake Kingen 4.Brian Clark 65 Beg: 1.Hunter Davis 2.Colton King 3.Joe Quest

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he Kettle Moraine Sport Riders hosted another great dual sport ride in the Washington and Ozaukee county Wisconsin area. The ride encompassed part of the Kettle Moraine State Forest and its wonderful back roads. All the off-road sections are privately owned tracts of land. They ranged from back yards to farms to huge wooded areas, and even private moto tracks. A lot of creativity went into the ride plan-

Halloween spirit of the month. The cut off limit of entries came and passed quickly, and the club decided to let everyone in as over 150 riders joined in the ride. The over-booked field didn’t seem to present any problems though as all went off well and riders were spaced out pretty well through the day. A lunch was served by WOHVA, the Wisconsin Off Road Vehicle Association and dinner by KMSR. Some good bench racing followed and plans were made for the next big ride. Kettle Moraine Sport Riders and all of the riders in this event thank the land owners for sharing their wonderful properties.

ning and set up. Drop offs seemed to be the word for the day as there were steep downhill trails in many areas. The dry conditions made for some hairy hills as people locked up and sliding down rather than using engine braking and lighter use of the brakes. Dust and the absence of wind were major players in the day’s ride as some areas were just plain dust bowls. Vision was so limited in some areas you had to back off or stop completely and let an area clear before pro-

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Aztalan finishes in grand fashion Lake Mills, Wisconsin - October 10 By Dave Hollub

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nseasonably warm weather in mid October had a great deal to do with 575 entries showing up for the final Aztalan race of 2010. The morning dawned bright and warm leaving everyone there knowing the racing was going to be fast and exciting. The track crew had performed to the usual level of excellence they have shown all season as they had the track ready to race. First out of the gate was the PeeWee Jr. class and Luke Parker was out front as they rounded the holeshot in moto one. Jordan Biese was quick to work his way into second and chase Parker down on the final lap to grab the moto win. Rylee Schiller held on finishing third despite challenges from Aidan McCormick. Parker was fast into the holeshot in moto two, but this time Biese got a good enough jump that he was able to steal the lead on lap one. Parker went down just before the scoring tower on lap one and fell out of contention for the podium, and Biese cruised to an easy win. Schiller moved into second place when Parker went down and for the next lap fought off a hard charg-

ing Spencer Hein. Hein got passed by Johnny Weber and McCormick on lap three as he bobbled a bit in the barn section. Weber rode hard and on lap three closed in on Schiller almost getting his wheel in to make a pass. Schiller defended and finished in second with Weber close behind. Biese (1/1) took the overall with Schiller (3/2) in second and McCormick (4/4) finishing up the podium. Chris Himes powered his Honda down the start and grabbed the +25A holeshot with Matthew Maier right on his rear wheel. Maier had Tyler Smulders right on him as they hit the plateau and Smulders was able to jump past into second over the gator pit. Smulders was on the move and on the second lap he was out front. Smulders opened up enough breathing room that he wasn’t challenged before the checkers flew. Himes held off Maier until the fourth lap when Maier found the room to slip past. In moto two Himes again grabbed the holeshot but this time he was flanked by Smulders and Paul Philbrick. Himes went down in the west end and Smulders moved out front with Maier second. Frank Weiss was in third and Philbrick was holding on to fourth. Before the lap ended Philbrick

bobbled letting both Mark Marescalco and Brian McCanna get past. Everyone held their spots until lap four when Smulders slipped back to fifth leaving Maier out front to the checkers. McCanna was also working on Marescalco and as the moto was closing down finally moved up to grab the third spot at the checkers. Kaylen Pellmann launched her new KTM off the gate and led the Women’s class around the holeshot with Ashley Densow close behind. Pellmann cruised to an easy moto win with Densow and Haylee Marescalco following. Jade Wennlund Sierra Dortch had a running battle for fourth but in the end Wennlund had the edge. In moto two Densow was out front but just as she hit the holeshot corner Pellmann found an extra burst of power and slipped outside to take the lead. Once again Pellmann cruised to the moto win as Densow was being pushed hard by Marescalco. Wennlund had to fight off a hard charging Tammy Flemming, and as the checkers flew Wennlund grabbed another fourth place finish. Pellmann (1/1) won the overall with Densow (2/2) second and Marescalco (3/3) third. Tom Dretzka grabbed the +50 moto

Kody Kamm grabs the 250A holeshot in moto one on his way to three A class overalls.


one holeshot with Tim (L-R) Steve Frye, Kelly Ruhnke, Marge Ruhnke, Eli Tetzlaff, Boblin sliding in right beEric Tetzlaff (bike raffle winner) Patrick Ruhnke. hind. Dretzka quickly opened up a gap as Boblin was being pushed by Richard Crouthers. On lap three Boblin was able to pull away enough to get some breathing room. Michael Barta was now starting to chase Crouthers down but couldn’t catch him before the checkers flew. Dretzka repeated his holeshot and gone routine again in moto two. Crouthers was second over the plateau with Barta and Allen Brhely close behind. Brhely soon had William Holzapfel and Boblin on his rear wheel. Boblin was on the move and by the second trip over the plateau he had moved up to third with Barta pushing him hard. Boblin held on for a third place finish. His 1/1 day earned Dretzka the top step on the podium with Crouthers (3/2) one step down and Boblin (2/3) finishing up ish. Brad Yde was holding third until he the podium. bobbled on the west end and fell back into Andy Heinecke led the thirty-nine mid pack leaving the opening for Keath +30B/C riders onto the track in moto one Pusch. Bubba Bunders made a lap four but Dwight Ingalls was first over the charge and diced his way from ninth up to plateau on lap one. Heinecke didn’t give fourth by the time the checkers flew on up and for the next two laps he was right moto one. there trying every line he could find trying Heinecke edged out Jeremy Martens to slip back into the lead. Heinecke finally for the moto two holeshot and by the time made a pass that stuck midway through lap he hit the plateau had a small gap on the three and then held on out front to the finclass. Yde was in second with pressure

Luke Zimmerman gets cheered on by his dad in Open C

from Martens and Pusch. Pusch was able to jump past Martens on lap two over the gator pit to take away third. Yde now had Pusch and Ingalls right on him with Bunders close behind. It looked like that was going to be the final positions until Yde went down on the East end leaving him with a mid pack finish again. Heinecke took the overall while Ingalls and Pusch finished up the top three. Kody Kamm led the class out onto the track in Unlimited A moto one and then held off an early challenge from Joseph Dretzka. By the start of lap three Kamm had opened up enough of a lead that he could cruise the rest of the race. Zach Coons was running third before going down on the east end and slipping back into mid pack. Vaughn Mays moved up into third with challenges first by Dale Kathan and then Scott Zont. As the moto was coming to an end Zont was pushing Mays hard but couldn’t get into position to make the pass. Kamm took the moto two holeshot and once again was able to stay out front. Coons was in second with Dretzka right behind his rear fender. Next time over the plateau Dretzka had moved into second in front of Coons. The running battle for second pushed the two riders close enough to Kamm that he now had to defend his lines in the corners for most of lap three and four before once again opening a lead to take the moto win. Kamm continued his A class domination as he went 1/1 in both Open A and 250A to seal both overalls as well. October at Aztalan is the Schuessler/ Leonard Memorial Race dedicated to two young races that lost their battles with cancer, and this year another young rider was honored. Robert Vitullo set up a raffle in honor of Chris Ruhnke who was lost to the motocross community after a tragic accident this summer. The raffle proceeds went to fund a program to help learning disabled kids in Chris’s memory. The grand prize was a 2010 KX250F which was won by Eric Tetzlaff. Thanks to Midwest Action CYCLE USA, December 2010

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Joseph Vitullo in 50Sr.

Cycles, SF Performance, and all the other sponsors of this great tribute. Thanks also to everyone that took advantage of a fantastic day of weather and racing action, and came out for the final race of Aztalan Cycle Club’s 2010 season. The club appreciates the fact that we were a part of your season and we look forward to seeing everyone again in 2011.

Tylor Skodras took the overalls for Open B, 250B, and 125 Jr. Dortch 50Jr: 1.Jordan Biese 2.Rylee Schiller 3.Aidan McUnlim A: 1.Kody Kamm 2.Joseph Dretzka 3.Scott Cormick 4.Johnny Weber 5.Elijah Tetzlaff Zont 4.Vaughn Mays 5.Zach Coons 50Sr: 1.Braden Warner 2.Brody Spiekerman +25A: 1.Matthew Maier 2.Frank Weiss 3.Tylor 3.James Schmeling 4.Dylan Downs 5.Kane HarpSmulders 4.Mark Marescalco 5.Brian McCanna ster +25+ B/C: 1.Corey Caby 2.Jarrett Kimball 3.Andy 65cc: 1.Dylan Densow 2.Brady Bill 3.Kendra RanHeinecke 4.Jeff Ramsay 5.Benjamin Schweighardt drup 4.Jimmy Weber 5.Simon Walters 85Jr: 1.Brady Bill 2.Dylan Densow 3.Stephen +30B/C: 1.Andy Heinecke 2.Dwight Ingalls Myra 4.Simon Walters 5.Isaac Mancini 3.Keath Pusch 4.Bubba Bunders 5.David Blazek 85Sr: 1.Dakin Coons 2.Jordan Schiller 3.Jason +30A: 1.Karter Busse 2.Frank Weiss 3.Eron EzMack 4.Tristin Toney 5.Jack Hendrick erins 4.Mark Marescalco 5.Thomas Dretzka 125Jr: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Joshua Philbrick +40: 1.Frank Weiss 2.Joe Schuster 3.Dwight In3.Mitchell McConnell 4.James Burd 5.Bryce Telfer galls 4.Christopher Josephsen 5.Bubba Bunders NonCur: 1.Brandon Marescalco 2.Aaron Miller +45: 1.Frank Weiss 2.Thomas Dretzka 3.William 3.Scott Biese 4.Ian Malinowski 5.Mat Herrington Holzapfel 4.Daryl Willing 5.Tim Boblin Super Mini: 1.Jason Mack 2.Austen Madison 3.Taylor Strauss 4.Cody Graham 5.Billy Holzapfel +50: 1.Thomas Dretzka 2.Richard Crouthers 3.Tim Boblin 4.Michael Barta 5.William Holzapfel

Results: 250A: 1.Kody Kamm 2.Zach Coons 3.Joseph Dretzka 4.Ryan Hughson 5.Matthew Menzer 250B: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Brandon Marescalco 30 Justin Wolf 4.William Menzel 5.Jake Angove 250C1: 1.Robert Stambolic 2.Robert Vitullo 3.Matt Paderta 4.Trevor Orr 5.Riley Telfer 250C2: 1.Jason Bernhardt 20 Jeremy Noreen 3.Kyle Kilday 4.Kenny Ehredt 5.Haylee Marescalco Sportsman B/C: 1.Joshua Philbrick 2.Lukas Cobian 3.Matthew Meyers 4.Jake Angove 5.William Menzel Open A: 1.Kody Kamm 2.Joseph Dretzka 3.Zach Coons 4.Scott Zont 5.Vaughn Mays Open B: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Brennen Marshall 3.Lukas Cobian 4.Brandon Clifford 5.Cody Wolf Open C1: 1.Trevor Orr 2.David Peterson 3.Mike Key 4.Robert Vitullo 5.Kyle Whysol Open C2: 1.Jason Bernhardt 2.Jordan Orr 3.Riley Telfer 4.Robert Manke 5.Ian Malinowski Women: 1.Kaylen Pellmann 2.Ashley Densow 3.Haylee Marescalco 4.Jade Luke Parker (27) takes his second holeshot of the day in 50Jr. Wennlund 5.Sierra

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Mike Barta in the +40 class at Aztalan.


Sullivan seals the deal at finale Gosport, Indiana - November 6 By David Dunnuck

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ound four of the all new Mid America XC series, which joined forces with AMA District 15 was held on Saturday November 6th near Gosport, Indiana. In addition to being the final round of the MAXC series, this event marked the conclusion to the 2010 District 15 Hare Scramble Series. The PeeWee racers were provided a unique parade lap giving them a sneak peek at the course which rolled through the wooded terrain, and covered a small portion of the grass rack. Lance Maschino maintained his winning ways completing fifteen laps, two laps ahead of a hard riding second place Isaac Mull. Louden Feltner eventually won the PreMix race but faced a significant challenge from Ethan Sowder who led up until the eighth lap. The Mini riders were the first group to hit the track which presented them with wide open grass tracks and corn fields followed by a great flowing woods course. Luke Chilman pulled away early in the event securing an impressive Super Mini victory. Austin Lee and Keagen Lee hooked up for a very intense race early on in the 85cc class. Austin quickly pulled away setting his sights on Chilman up in the Super Mini class. Lee eventually caught Chilman and the two of them traded places until the white flag was shown. Chilman washed out in a grass track corner allowing Lee to put enough distance to secure the overall youth victory. Vincent Smith came into the 65cc race sporting an undefeated record, and only needed this one last race to finish a perfect season. While Smith had 1st place in the D15 series locked up, the battle for second was as close as it gets. Kayden Young came into this event with a three point lead over Dawson Dunnuck meaning Dunnuck had to gain four points on Young to take second place in the series. While Smith pulled away to a comfortable lead, Dunnuck and Young rode wheel to wheel early in the race. A missed corner by Young late in the first lap allowed Dunnuck to take over second place and put a gap on Young. Young was struggling with cold fingers preventing him from getting into his groove while Dunnuck pulled away and claim the second place spot in the race and the D15 series while Young maintained second in the MAXC series. The large payouts and unique tracks provided by MAXC have been pulling in some high powered riders this year. Big names such as Chris Bach, Marty Michaels, 46

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Jeff Cregg, Chris Douglass, Nathan Sullivan, Tyler Tischler, Daniel Sims and many others showed up looking for the victory and coveted check. Chris Bach was mounting his new Beta Factory ride after finishing a strong fifth this year in the GNCC upon his KTM. The green flagged dropped and the front row worked their way through the switch backs before falling into a single file line at the opening to the woods trail. A bad start found Bach trailing the pack into the woods. At the end of the first lap, the pit boards all communicated to the racers that Bach was out with a blown motor and they had a legitimate shot at the win. Just like the 65cc D15 series points battle, the Heavy A class had its own battle for the series championship. Tyler Tischler had a small lead over last year’s defending champion Nathan Sullivan. Steven Squire came through in the lead at the end of the first lap with Sullivan following close with Tischler back in fourth. Sullivan continued to push hard and took over the lead on the second lap with Jeff Cregg moving from fifth up to second. Cregg took the lead on the third lap followed by Sullivan, Squire, Chris Douglas and Marty Michaels. Sullivan held on to second until the end of the fifth lap when he gave way to Douglas. Meanwhile, Tischler was in seventh place, needing to make a move if he was going to hold onto the D15 Heavy A championship. On the last and final lap, Cregg poured it on extending his lead over Douglas to 0:57 at the checkered flag. Squire, Sullivan and Daniel Sims all came charging into the finish wanting that third place spot. A little too much bumping left Sullivan with the tail end, but good enough to claim the 2010 D15 Hare Scramble Heavy A Championship over Tischler. Cregg said the track was sweet and he was very pleased with this victory since it was his first race on his new ‘10 Yamaha YZ450. Results Hvy A: 1.Jeff Cregg 2.Christopher Douglas 3.Steven Squire 4.Daniel Sims 5.Nathan Sullivan Vet A: 1.Cory Maryan 2.David Mcwilliams 3.Matthew Davidson 4.Donnie Helterbrand Sr A: 1.Brian Temple 2.Rod Marshall 3.David Dunnuck 4.Rob Kirchner 5.Timothy Trittin Hvy B: 1.Wes Harris 2.Travis Roberts 3.Don Helterbrand Iii 4.Zachary Sanders 5.Steve Endres Lht B: 1.Keagan Lee 2.Jb Love Vet B: 1.Ryan Brehab 2.Toby Oltman 3.Randy Martin 4.Steven Livingston Sr B: 1.Eric Voight 2.Bill Boyd 3.David

Williams 4.Kevin Kruer 5.Bill Boggs Sup Sr: 1.Clay Scott 2.Marvin Popp 3.Matthew Yeiter 4.Jim Douglas 5.Steve Lloyd C: 1.Corey Garriott 2.Nick Mitchell 3.Colton Wilkes 4.Clay Moore 5.Austin Mason SuperMini: 1.Luke Chilman 2.Max Secrest 3.Johnny Schoolcraft 4.Cole Moore 5.Troy Davis 85: 1.Austin Lee 2.Keagan Lee 3.Eric Douglass 4.Tate Guerrettaz 5.Tanner Bartlett 65: 1.Vincent Smith 2.Dawson Dunnuck 3.Kayden Young 4.Charlie Welch 5.Cameron Lee 50 Mix: 1.Louden Feltner 2.Ethan Sowder 3.Garrett Mundy 4.Kylan Pitman 50 Inj: 1.Lance Maschino 2.Isaac Mull 3.Chase Howard 4.Jack Brewer

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2010 Season Rider Points

Hill Climb

50cc 1.Levi Peters................510 2.Brodie Bennett ..........333 3.Checotah Benefiel ....291 4.Derick Bell ................203 5.Sydney Brian ..............97 6.Kasdee Ryan ..............96 7.Nikyah Dawson...........74 85Sr. 1.Matthew Gocken.......150 2.Austin Shelton ............55 3.Kirklund Davis.............30 3.Dan Winberg...............30 250cc 1.Matt Peters ...............451 2.Joseph McGurer .......415 3.Dylan Brady ..............299 4.Danny Schuman .......244 5.Kodi Harnish .............242 6.Kirk Gorsuch .............236 7.Robert Fortner ..........229 750cc 1.Mike Sarver ..............338 2.Paul Hillard ...............276 3.Mark Goodman ...........80 4.Chris Senn ..................78 5.Lloyd Haas..................55 6.Andrew Groth .............15 6.Robert Bobby Senn ....15 Super Senior +50 1.Keith Klett .................381 2.Tom Rollins ...............238 3.Jeff Jack....................191 4.Michael Bacon ..........179 5.Dave Fridley..............117 6.Jim Allen....................110 7.Kenneth McCorkhill ..108 600cc 4-Stroke 1.Kirk Gorsuch .............333 2.Brian Klett .................304 3.Robert Senn .............287 4.Cody Jenner .............180 5.Matthew Gillespie .....156 6.Dan Groth .................143 7.Kodi Harnish .............134 Women 1.Lakota Ashworth .......410 2.Rebecca Lawson ......389 3.Kendra Herold ..........350 4.Alissa Harnish...........271 65cc 1.Levi Peters................467 2.Andrew Fortner .........354 3.Reece Hutton............263 4.Aaron Craig ..............245 5.Jonathon Brian .........237 6.Braden Young ...........202 7.Charles Helfrich ........128 125cc 1.Joseph McGurer .......495 2.Lucas Learnard.........345 3.Austin Shelton ............76 4.Lonnie Estes ...............76 5.Tre Niko Roark............67 6.Josh Peterson.............50

7.Dylan Brady ................21 450cc 1.Matt Peters ...............436 2.Kirk Gorsuch .............349 3.Mike Sarver ..............224 4.Chris Senn ................217 5.Danny Schuman .......216 6.Dan Groth .................215 7.Robert Senn .............206 Open 1.Brian Klett .................420 2.Lloyd Haas..................50 3.Butch Fetters ..............30 4.Kevin Tinsley ..............18 4.Nick Isotov ..................18 400cc Stock 1.Andy Fortner .............430 2.Kyle Galloway ...........405 3.Troy Camerer............390 4.Michael Pulver ..........383 5.Joseph Cook.............203 6.Mike Sarver ..............166 7.Kelly Brady ...............164 2-Stroke Quad 1.Paul Hillard ...............244 2.Troy Ramey ................29 3.Jeff Ramey..................18 85Jr. 1.Jarred Brown ............397 2.Levi Peters................372 3.Andrew Fortner .........324 4.Reece Hutton............264 5.Aaron Craig ..............228 6.Clayton Hirsch ..........135 7.Jonathon Brian .........128 200cc 1.Chris Senn ................434 2.Kyle Galloway ...........411 3.Lakota Ashworth .......265 4.Keith Klett .................263 5.Jeff Jack....................195 6.Brian Shutt ................140 7.Kendra Herold ............81 600cc 1.Andy Fortner .............350 2.Matt Peters ...............304 3.Troy Camerer............288 4.Jon Creek .................285 5.Dylan Brady ..............279 6.Kyle Galloway ...........234 7.Danny Schuman .......216 Senior +40 1.Andy Fortner .............485 2.Jon Creek .................372 3.Michael Pulver ..........351 4.Kelly Brady ...............231 5.Mark Peters ..............221 6.Scott Petty ................169 7.Pat Sarver.................149 Open Stock 1.Michael Pulver ..........471 2.Joseph McGurer .......391 3.Brandon Bennett.......202 4.Josh Denson.............153 5.Troy Camerer............142 6.Chris Peters ..............102 7.John Michael Gocken .92 4-Stroke Quad 1.Jeff Ramey................120 2.Aharon Croy ...............21 3.Brian Shutt ..................18

Motocross

Best 18/24 125cc 1.Paxton Kerber...........460 2.Clayton Hackman .....396 3.Tristan Smith.............391 4.Derek Rice ................248 5.Zachary Loehr ..........240 6.Ricki Williams ...........236 7.Jake Peterson...........196 8.Kyle Baum ................175 9.Derrick Boyd .............161 10.Evan Toland ............139 14-24 1.Michael DennisII .......323 2.Conner Robinson......184 3.Ryan Smith ...............180 4.Steven Ceithamer .....114 5.John Pogliano ...........113 6.Nick Inman................100 7.Zack Scott...................94 8.Aaron Davis ................92 9.Dustin Weber ..............90 10.Benjamin Elson.........87 25+ 1.Joe Roberts ..............440 2.Brian Kooistra ...........306 3.Blake Young..............252 4.Greg Braet ................231 5.Jeremy Smith............210 6.Jason Kloptowsky .....156 7.Mark Brenny .............151 8.James Tracy .............150 9.Shawn Kelley ............145 10.Tim White................108 250 A 1.Blake Young..............200 2.Dalton Foerster .........181 3.Charlie Buffum ..........167 4.Daniel Sanders .........162 5.James Hays ..............134 6.Ryan Poulter .............100 7.Nick Neys ...................98 8.Quentin Jones ............97 9.Cody McMurray ..........82 10.Justin Hager .............77 250 B 1.Kenny Felgar ............415 2.Joseph Aumiller ........328 3.Joel Rittenhouse .......282 4.Reid Janson..............215 5.Derrick Boyd .............196 6.Dalton Abbott ............171 7.Zack Scott.................168 8.John Pogliano ...........168 9.Mason Flatness ........163 10.Cory Catalani ..........162 250 C 1.Conner Robinson......606 2.Brandon Nordmeyer .476 3.Alexander Ashworth..444 4.Michael DennisII .......423 5.Cody Willenborg .......383 6.Cody Gunnell ............282 7.Nicolas Falk ..............269 8.Kyle Campbell ..........256

9.Nathan Alcorn ...........244 10.Travis Johnson........211 30+ A 1.Joe Roberts ..............403 2.Eric Trigalet...............222 3.Josh Denault.............214 4.Greg Braet ................176 5.Jason Kloptowsky .....172 6.Jeff Patel Jr ...............118 7.Roy Nafzger ..............112 8.Theron Maring...........112 9.Tim White..................107 10.Nick Spierowski ........86 30+ B/C 1.Todd Marquette.........390 2.David Genung...........326 3.Jeremy Barone .........234 4.Jason Moore .............228 5.Randy Julseth ...........189 6.Shawn McMurray......183 7.Chris Nodurft ............180 8.Eric Claussen ...........178 9.Randy Peek ..............165 10.Brent Stewart ..........142 40+ 1.Andy Kooistra ...........462 2.Larry Rybak ..............423 3.Darrin Crook .............240 4.John Stiles ................228 5.Roy Nafzger..............206 6.Chris Nodurft ............177 7.Tim Filips ..................174 8.Theron Maring ..........156 9.Brent Stewart ............155 10.Todd Huston ...........138 45+ 1.Orville Kline ..............578 2.Andy Kooistra ...........501 3.Roy Bittner ................458 4.Steven Kerber...........424 5.Jeff Franklin ..............392 6.Scott Campbell .........342 7.John Stiles ................290 8.Jeffrey Curtis.............227 9.Roy Nafzger..............220 10.Michael Bailey ........212 4-Wheel 300 1.Jordan Thiel ..............342 2.Duncan Fincher ........260 3.Josey Rumburg ........203 4.Anthony Mauer .........149 5.William FeurtIV .........135 6.Tyler Mauer ...............119 7.Joey Meyer .................72 8.Matthew Truhlar ..........56 9.Chloe Buerster............24 10.Bobbie Auten ..............7 4-Wheel 90 1.Joey Burba ...............443 2.Jeffrey Ondrey ..........303 3.Austin Warren ...........278 4.Brody Lyall ................274 5.Cyler Jackson ...........268 6.Drake Koelling ..........156 7.Tyler Chesser ...........126 8.Bobbie Auten ..............40 9.Seth Conway ..............40 10.Chloe Buerster..........34 4-Wheel A 1.Kevin Pocrnich..........466 2.Derek Halsey ............307 3.Ronald Henderson....268 4.Drew Jackson ...........205 5.Michael May .............205 6.Michael Clewley........167 7.Ethan Pickard ...........160 8.Ryan McClelland ......120 9.Jerrod Staake............113

10.Jason Wehrli .............96 4-Wheel B 1.Jeffrey Agnew ...........417 2.Ryan Wade ...............382 3.Shane Cornwell ........263 4.Mark Dekker .............246 5.Shawn Long..............195 6.Marshall Fischlein .....167 7.Nicholas Glod ...........133 8.Wyatt Halfhill.............120 9.Hans Schmidt .............59 10.Kelby Inskeep ...........59 4-Wheel C 1.Sam Mette ................505 2.Katie Mette ...............365 3.Mason Muchow ........341 4.Bart Reed .................306 5.Scott Gilbert ..............270 6.Tyler Devall ...............241 7.Tim Rumburg ............230 8.Guy Frison ................224 9.Shelby Thompson.....189 10.Craig Fyfe ...............161 50 Jr 1.Brennan Wages ........524 2.Ewan Krisch..............349 3.Clayton Anderson .....263 4.Edgar Lewis ..............219 5.Mario Lopez ..............180 6.Ryder Schnowske.....170 7.Colson Crouch ..........164 8.Cooper Bayliff ...........147 9.Alyssa Cole...............140 10.Harley Lopez ..........121 50 Sr 1.Joshua Franklin ........560 2.Adam Funk ...............462 3.Tyler Collins ..............444 4.Brayden Childress ....366 5.Kaile Williams ...........320 6.Kaleb Fulscher..........289 7.Cole Dekker ..............267 8.Kash Schnowske ......256 9.Lucas Filips...............253 10.Colton King .............251 50+ 1.Orville Kline ..............582 2.Roy Bittner ................459 3.Kenneth Felgar .........341 4.Andy Kooistra ...........230 5.Henry Whitmarsh ......212 6.Larry Sterchi .............207 7.Nick Lazzaretto .........168 8.Rodney Burger..........114 9.Steven Medcalf .........109 10.Jeff Patel Sr ............107 50cc 4-8 1.Colson Crouch ..........422 2.Clayton Anderson .....403 3.Edgar Lewis ..............328 4.Kash Schnowske ......226 5.Ryder Schnowske.....222 6.Cooper Bayliff ...........185 7.Caaden Trapp ...........181 8.Mario Lopez ..............164 9.Harley Lopez ............134 10.Ross Petty ..............133 55+ 1.Gary Shewhart..........464 2.Loren Cook ...............342 3.John Wagner ............303 4.Steven Medcalf .........188 5.Don Hachmeister ......160 6.Dave Antolak ............136 7.William White ............129 8.Brian McNamara .......115 9.Dave Ostrem ..............80 10.Greg Mellinger ..........40 CYCLE USA, December 2010

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65 Jr 1.Jason Gepford ..........545 2.Tyler Collins ..............392 3.Adam Funk ...............320 4.Aiden Kaiser .............280 5.Joshua Franklin ........262 6.Dawson Ryker ..........253 7.Kaile Williams ...........250 8.Tyson Coon ..............245 9.Kaleb Fulscher..........236 10.Brayden Childress ..195 65 Sr 1.Jeremy Rybak...........502 2.Jacob Lancaster .......318 3.Chase Sexton ...........290 4.Taiga Judd ................254 5.Drew Boyer ...............247 6.Anthony Wallace.......226 7.Brody Beck ...............197 8.Jarred Berggren........172 9.Zack Tatar .................164 10.Noah Watts .............136 85 Jr 1.Parker Smith .............627 2.Jeremy Rybak...........403 3.Jason Gepford ..........383 4.Chase Sexton ...........340 5.Ethan Moore .............338 6.Carter Gordon...........326 7.Jacob Lancaster .......319 8.Anthony Wallace.......238 9.Taiga Judd ................231 10.Alex Funk................226 85 Sr 1.Eddie Kline ...............481 2.Keeze Carver............480 3.Clayton Jameson ......443 4.Cameron Rybak........403 5.Jordan Mackiewicz ...357 6.Lucky Favre ..............323 7.Gage Noblitt..............302 8.David McClain ..........270 9.Jonathan Warner ......268 10.Ausitn Claussen......251 Girls 1.Kayla Miller ...............432 2.Taylor Neys ...............109 3.Danielle Grigoletti .......80 4.Trinity Fuller ................75 5.Kayla Stickler ..............50 6.Breanna Malak ...........42 7.Lanaea Malak .............39 8.Rachel Gutish .............34 9.Bayli Copeland ...........18 10.Madison Mandelke ...13 Open A 1.Anthony Krivi ............208 2.Greg Braet ................194 3.Charlie Buffum ..........193 4.Dalton Foerster .........146 5.James Tracy .............136 6.Jason Kloptowsky .....128 7.James Garrett ...........123 8.Ryan Poulter .............122 9.Ryan Smith ...............121 10.Kyle Corman ...........120 Open B 1.Kenny Felgar ............333 2.Joseph Aumiller ........308 3.Joel Rittenhouse .......223 4.Cory Catalani ............197 5.Reid Janson..............190 6.Tyler Kirkman............170 7.Jeremy Smith............146 8.Kevin Westart ...........143 9.Quentin Jones ..........125 10.Richard Cox ............121 Open C 1.Conner Robinson......609 2.Alexander Ashworth..482 3.Brandon Nordmeyer .267 4.Nick Stiles .................258 5.Aaron Carter .............236

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CYCLE USA, December 2010

6.Nicolas Falk ..............225 7.Trent Hartke..............220 8.Dylan Hendricks .......219 9.Jeremy Barone .........202 10.Cody Gunnell ..........198 Schoolboy 1.Paxton Kerber...........460 2.Keeze Carver............304 3.Jake Peterson...........161 4.Evan Toland ..............144 5.Thomas Garrett ........136 6.Derrick Boyd .............117 7.Aaron Thompson ......115 8.Kyle Nelson ................76 9.Zachary Loehr ............70 10.Weston Seifert ..........59 Super Mini 1.Keeze Carver............529 2.Brennan Stanfield .....405 3.Cameron Rybak........405 4.Clayton Jameson ......385 5.Jordan Mackiewicz ...340 6.Lucky Favre ..............321 7.Gage Noblitt..............286 8.Jonathan Warner ......262 9.David McClain ..........227 10.Alexander Nagy ......200 Vintage 1.Gary Shewhart..........416 2.Frank Bruno ..............247 3.David Baraconi .........206 4.Keith Zersen .............161 5.Kurtis Rizzolo............137 6.Rowland Peddie .......132 7.Nicholas Branning ......87 8.Kevin VanArsdale .......84 9.Bill Eungard ................82 10.Robert Flanagan .......73 Women 1.Kayla Miller ...............509 2.Shay Trisler...............288 3.Kyleigh McLaughlin ..246 4.Shaelee Harvey ........193 5.Brittany Newman ........97 6.Lanaea Malak .............63 7.Alyssa Haling ..............62 8.Brianna Mahon ...........60 9.Rachel Gutish .............51 10.Brittany Curelo ..........40

Stadium

Best 12/15 125cc 1.Paul Gerke................237 2.Ricki Williams ...........208 3.Matt Mellott ...............199 4.Robbie Hyson ...........187 5.John Kenney.............156 6.Jordan Mackiewicz ...106 7.Tyler Simpkins ..........103 14-24 1.Stephen Stocklen .....221 2.Dennis Morsch Jr......209 3.Jon Williams .............172 4.Tony Spizzirri ............131 5.Matt Hammond ...........76 6.Matt Rohlfing ..............73 7.Joshua Stevenson ......39 25+ 1.Paul Gerke................223 2.Brian White ...............174

3.Jason Skudrna..........141 4.Jim Cherry ................137 5.Jesse Keith ...............109 6.Chad Johnson ............71 7.Paul Cherry.................65 250 A 1.Maxx Malatia ............154 2.Brian White ...............109 3.Kevin Markwardt .......100 4.Justin Kelly .................90 5.Scott Zont ...................80 6.Jonathan Six ...............71 7.Ryan Poulter ...............52 250 B 1.Stephen Stocklen .....238 2.Kyle Poska................174 3.Dennis Morsch Jr......164 4.Jake Cook.................164 5.Jon Williams .............163 6.Alex White ................143 7.Cory Catalani ............138 250 C 1.August Miksys ..........293 2.Dane Donegan .........239 3.Matt Rohlfing ............210 4.Colton Beard.............201 5.JT Fox.......................127 6.Justin Hove ...............109 7.Garrett Mitchell ...........96 30+ A 1.Jim Cherry ................243 2.Karl Racine ...............163 3.Skee Hartmann.........158 4.David Hayes .............125 5.Burton Lavens ............92 6.Scott Holmes ..............76 7.Jason Urban ...............75 30+ B/C 1.Troy Quest ................284 2.Greg Pollak ...............276 3.Peter Witkowski ........222 4.Brian Carey...............180 5.Brett Wilkinson..........160 6.Kevin Quest ..............121 7.Tom Neurohr .............108 4-Wheel A 1.Justin Medine ...........197 2.Jeremy Beetz............171 3.Jason Wehrli .............157 4.Adam Koehler ...........122 5.Neil Hambly ..............107 6.Mark Hambly ............106 7.Charlie Snow ..............97 4-Wheel B 1.Shawn Long..............172 2.Charles Torres ..........135 3.Ben Koehler ..............120 4.Dillan Boeke ...............77 5.Joe Vinachi .................74 6.Devin Krontz ...............71 7.Kyle White ..................66 4-Wheel C 1.Brandon Chapman ...223 2.Kyle Monk .................180 3.Ted Loomis ...............141 4.Clayton Feldott .........123 5.Daren DeWitt ..............80 6.Kevin Johnson ............49 7.John Mutz ...................36 50 Jr 1.Ewan Krisch..............265 2.Joseph Quest ...........178 3.James McDannel ......175 4.Kevin Huddleston .....174 5.Noah Miller ...............143 6.Radko Tomko............128 7.Cooper Bayliff ...........101 50 Sr 1.Kaile Williams ...........235 2.Thor Rick ..................195 3.Shawn Thompson JR192 4.Travis Wilkinson........175 5.Parker Vanslyke........173

6.Ethan Etes ................134 7.Joey Gura ...................57 50cc 4-8 1.Travis Wilkinson........277 2.Hunter Gudyka .........263 3.Kevin Huddleston .....234 4.Joshua Tanner ..........207 5.Micah Alleman ..........138 6.Cooper Bayliff ...........134 7.Radko Tomko............133 65 Jr 1.Noah Taylor...............290 2.Shane Reilly .............239 3.Shawn Thompson JR203 4.Kaile Williams ...........186 5.Matthew McDannel ...169 6.Aiden Kaiser .............158 7.Parker Vanslyke........128 65 Sr 1.Chase Sexton ...........210 2.Vinny Cragin .............190 3.Taiga Judd ................175 4.Cody Barnes .............173 5.Jaeden Willett ...........117 6.Anthony Wallace.........68 7.Gina Grigoletti.............18 85 Jr 1.Dylan Boyd ...............259 2.Troy Mead.................228 3.Justin Carr ................214 4.Cody Barnes .............202 5.Taiga Judd ................173 6.Chase Sexton ...........153 7.Noah Taylor...............129 85 Sr 1.Logan Skaggs...........288 2.Brian Krohn...............229 3.Jordan Mackiewicz ...205 4.Trent Poska ..............155 5.Keagan Cook ............140 6.Joey Fortune.............127 7.Damon Quest............110 Girls 1.Kayla Miller ...............161 2.Kelly Christman ..........77 3.Danielle Grigoletti .......30 Open A 1.Maxx Malatia ............188 2.Kevin Markwardt .......141 3.Justin Kelly ...............101 4.Scott Zont .................100 5.Kyle White ................100 6.Brian White .................97 7.Jared Schudel.............48 Open B 1.Ricki Williams ...........203 2.Dennis Morsch Jr......200 3.Cory Catalani ............147 4.Jason Skudrna..........131 5.Jesse Keith ...............121 6.Ryan George ..............79 7.Cody Siler ...................60 Open C 1.August Miksys ..........276 2.Dane Donegan .........218 3.Garrett Mitchell..........113 4.JT Fox.......................104 5.Andrew Friebele .........81 6.Justin Hove .................79 7.Kevin Quest ................79 Super Mini 1.Logan Skaggs...........266 2.Jordan Mackiewicz ...189 3.Brian Krohn...............183 4.Robbie Hyson ...........179 5.Trent Poska ..............132 6.Joey Fortune.............101 7.Damon Quest .............94 Women 1.April Roper................249 2.Kayla Miller ...............248 3.Kimberly Chandler ....209 4.Danielle Wilkinson ....178

5.Ashley Wilkinson ........93 6.Hannah Keith ..............83 7.Kelly Christman ..........82

Enduro

Overall A 1.Jeff Fredette..............216 2.Ryan Moss................176 3.Kiel Mueller ...............115 4.Heath Drone..............112 5.Brian Neihaus .............99 6.John Ryan ..................89 7.Pete Laubmeier ..........84 Overall B 1.Micah Statler.............139 2.Austin Sanders ...........92 3.Curt Schomberg .........92 4.Clinton Pherigo ...........91 5.Dave Scott ..................87 6.Tim Graf......................76 7.John Hardin ................76 AA 1.Jeff Fredette..............259 2.Ryan Moss................227 3.Heath Drone .............158 4.Keil Mueller ...............156 5.Brian Niehaus ...........142 6.Pete Laubmeier ........105 7.Scott Ragland ...........100 C 1.Nick Graf...................151 2.Gregory Cooke .........148 3.Nick Eckermann .......147 4.Paul Mumford Sr. ........93 5.Jeremy Rodda ............87 6.John Carlsen .............30 7.Nathan Crane .............27 200 B 1.Stan Szlachciuk ........218 2.Steven Pawlak ............46 3.Jeff Koniak ..................44 4.Darren Fesco ..............30 5.Chris Welch ................18 250 A 1.Joel Meters ...............212 2.Dan Ryan..................157 3.Jeff Kaylor...................89 4.Ben Shafer..................48 5.Chase Robinson .........48 6.Derek Toberman .........24 7.Scott Mertes ...............13 250 B 1.Curt Shomberg .........168 2.Byron Stalter .............138 3.Danny Nelson .............13 Open A 1.Travis Held................208 2.Brian Breci ................199 3.Bryan Kalaher ...........181 4.Tom Elliott .................160 5.Darren Morgan..........112 6.DJ Ryan ......................81 7.Jeff Goss.....................62 Open B 1.Micah Statler.............231 2.Austin Sanders .........153 3.Tom Vanplew.............114 4.Dean Fiene ...............108 5.Michael Veld .............101 6.Michael Westhoff ........60 7.Andy Bolek .................45


Vet A 1.Rob McGee ..............187 2.Roger Devore ...........122 3.Jason Kauzlarich ......133 4.John Stichnoth ............91 5.Nathan Rebman .........76 6.Kris Ness ....................30 7.Paul Mitzelfelt .............27 Vet B 1.Clinton Pherigo .........151 2.Kurt Marsan ..............141 3.Kenneth Mckeever....105 4.Ryan Gusewelle .........56 5.Laine Stevens .............37 6.Charles Cunningham ..30 7.Jaroyay Cemy.............21 Senior A 1.John Ryan ................232 2.Dave Edsall ..............227 3.Bryan Dixon ..............131 4.Tony Robinson ..........131 5.Jeff Snedecor..............79 6.Don Raschke ..............62 7.Jay Hall .......................44 Senior B 1.Tim Graf....................184 2.Dave Scott ................184 3.Bill Elliot ....................147 4.John Hardin ..............133 5.Dennis Sanders ........113 6.Vern Scholl ...............100 7.Jeffrey Mueller ............61 Super Senior 1.Tom Graf, ..................218 2.Richard Mertes .........164 3.Paul Biggerstaff ........126 4.Bruce Mueller .............76 5.Steve Mitorat ..............73 6.Donald Carqueville .....40 7.Steven Pawlak ............30 Masters 1.Layton Erickson ........221 2.Ron Less...................115 3.Greg Moss ..................30

Hare Scrambles

Best 18 201-Open B 1.Steve Daniels ...........585 2.Brett Holmes .............412 3.Andrew Porter...........404 4.Patrick Lunde............252 5.William Miller ............213 6.Chad Jankowski .......208 7.Dustin Thompson......153 8.Jerrod Marfell............135 9.Jordan Bill .................127 10.Justin Cox ...............121 201-Open C 1.Matthew Walsh .........570 2.Devon Fredrick .........530 3.Mike Norris ...............315 4.Nathan Schmid .........295 5.Patrick Moose ...........234 6.Nolan Fritz ................228 7.Nicholas Eckermann.227 8.Dustin Schaill ............147 9.Cody Fortman ...........127 10.Lucas Cupp ............109 30+ A 1.Clinton Pherigo .........557

2.Patrick McClure ........513 3.Randy Southard........302 4.Brian Roland .............285 5.Oscar Rodriguez.......248 6.Steve Blender ...........189 7.Richard Vieregge ......120 8.Travis Held ................119 9.Ryan Duff ..................114 30+ B 1.Shane Harmon .........547 2.JJ Cones...................465 3.Doug Ogden .............401 4.Jason Drake .............391 5.Matt Wamhoff ...........346 6.Jerimy Hanlin ............319 7.Paul Helms ...............319 8.Darold Johnson ........295 9.Charles Cunningham 221 10.Brian Smith .............153 30+ C 1.John McCarrens .......380 2.Dean Herman ...........293 3.Shawn Alleman .........226 4.Adam Cater ..............216 5.Brian Carpenter ........162 6.Brandon Norris .........126 7.Jon Kunzle ................105 8.Jerry McCaughin ......102 9.Sam Adkisson .............91 10.Martin Plumb ............90 4 Wheel 30+ A\B 1.Kim Muzzarelli ..........504 2.Kevin Johnson ..........346 3.Daniel Burkitt ............241 4.Donald Loehr ............170 5.Bradley Holder ..........166 6.Shane HigginBotham158 7.Tony Kispert ..............136 8.Michael Lowry...........135 9.Tim Storey ................104 10.Dan Siener................91 4 Wheel A 1.Cody Toal..................334 2.Shane Gaunt ............260 3.Greg Atkins ...............234 4.Cody Smith ...............160 5.Scott Burkitt ..............139 6.Jason Schrock ..........113 7.Daniel Pell ................109 8.Michael Dickson .......101 9.Riley Brueggman ......100 10.Zachary Haggerty .....92 4 Wheel B 1.Riley Brueggman ......525 2.Todd McGuire ...........234 3.Jacob Bill ..................205 4.Brandon Haley ..........153 5.Arthur Hirata .............133 6.David Johnson ..........116 7.Roger Lewellen .........111 8.Mike Davis ..................97 9.Jeffrey Zimmerman.....55 10.Jeremy Beetz............49 4 Wheel C 1.Brandon Chapman ...494 2.Nick Toal ...................351 3.Craig Young ..............337 4.Calvin Young.............332 5.Joseph Schmid .........226 6.Kelly Skeffington .......156 7.Jake Jochim..............143 8.Tyler Cottrell .............130 9.Christopher Barnes...126 10.Blake Woodruff .......115 40+ A 1.Jay Hall .....................541 2.Gregory Gourley .......506 3.Thomas Burtle ..........350 4.Jim Perry ..................285 5.Erik Olson .................260 6.Robert Marfell ...........186 7.Steven Pickerill .........180 8.Kenny Otterbach.......175

9.Don Raschke ............161 10.Raymond Devlin .....156 40+ B 1.Steve Perkins ...........595 2.Andy Garecht............508 3.Joel Huggins .............420 4.Douglas Propper.......410 5.William Horsley .........408 6.Ed Howard ................407 7.Larry Fredrick ...........267 8.Brian Doughty ...........204 9.Anthony Leone .........147 10.Kevin Ellis ...............143 50+ 1.Wally Mika ................581 2.Rick Mahrt ................534 3.David Moose.............448 4.Ken Matway ..............288 5.Gerhard Ward ...........262 6.Donald Carqueville ...253 7.Gary Peterson ..........239 8.Jeff Whittington .........192 9.Glen Kaszynski .........183 10.Richard Mertes .......150 50cc (4-6 yrs) 1.Josh Cecil .................429 2.Micah Alleman ..........337 3.Elijah Berryman ........210 4.Eli Dever ...................207 5.Evan Leech...............185 6.Mason Greve ............147 7.Joshua Tanner ............99 8.Jason Bahnik ..............59 9.Tyrell Lesley................21 10.Carter Holder ............18 50cc (7-8 yrs) 1.Tanner Whipple.........595 2.Kale Cline .................549 3.TJ Nees ....................382 4.Jason Pelka ..............378 5.Allison Roland...........268 6.John McClain ............180 7.Dalton Garecht .........153 8.Matthew Horseman...117 9.Elliot Key...................104 10.James Adkisson........77 65cc 1.Colton Brough...........522 2.Luke Wamhoff...........426 3.Blake Ryan ...............347 4.Douglas PropperII.....338 5.Mason Schuhler........325 6.Colten Zuidema ........212 7.Logan Wren ..............177 8.Ronnie Beach ...........120 9.Bryce Otterbach..........97 10.Cody Barnes .............96 65cc Beginner 1.Tanner Whipple.........549 2.Jacob McCarrens .....446 3.Garrett Ward .............417 4.Kolton Featherston ...392 5.Michael Burtle ...........367 6.Dalton Garecht .........283 7.Mitchel Edmeier ........268 8.Brenden Lawrenz .....210 9.Douglas PropperII.....199 10.TJ Nees ..................190 85cc 1.Dalton Brough...........510 2.Jeff Gourley ..............480 3.Matthew McDonald ...438 4.Payton Carey ............426 5.Riley Schuhler ..........316 6.Jon Adkisson ............313 7.Ross Perry ................280 8.Braxton Bill ...............250 9.Aspen Park ...............147 10.Alyssa Kispert .........126 86-200 B 1.Cody Bollinger ..........555 2.Grant Bodmer ...........498 3.Katlin Helms .............469

4.Keagan Schmidt........117 5.Anthony Biagi ...........106 6.Jordan Bill .................102 7.Nicholas Broll..............91 8.Anthony Gittings .........75 9.Travis Ward.................30 10.Patrick Doughty ........26 86-200 C 1.Travis Ward...............596 2.Aaron Henry .............541 3.Nolan Schuhler .........271 4.Schaffer Finney.........233 5.Randi Bailey .............205 6.Ethan Olson ..............169 7.Tanner Rusk .............161 8.Braxton Bill ...............158 9.Nate Hornung ...........156 10.Logan Kelly .............140 86-Open A 1.Timothy Reid.............605 2.Alec Perry .................367 3.Scott Sexton .............308 4.Alec Bill .....................299 5.Dustin McDonald ......224 6.Devin Bertrand..........173 7.Benjamin Schmidt.....159 8.Brandon Whipple ......140 9.Jesse Keith ...............133 10.John Siekmann .......125 AA 1.Dan Burgard .............551 2.Kyleer Vance.............525 3.Steven Willis .............259 4.Austin Wells ..............257 5.Ryan Lenth ...............234 6.Matt Dissell ...............232 7.Jeffrey Kaylor............204 8.Daniel Janus .............196 9.Rick Kinkelaar...........170 10.Matthew Westlake ..135 11.Derek Toberman......114 Super Mini 1.Nate Hornung ...........552 2.Jarred Hall ................506 3.Logan Kelly ...............478 4.Joey Fortune.............420 5.Tanner Rusk .............386 6.Luke Kelly .................353 7.Cody Rossmiller .......246 8.Colt Converse ...........235 9.Ty Kinkelaar ..............168 10.Jeffery Foltz ............148 Women 1.Taylor Clark...............605 2.Nikki Dixon................558 3.Paige Garecht...........368 4.Kimberly Chandler ....259 5.Autumn Franklin .......236 6.Kristy Roland ............164 7.Kelly Christman ........164 8.Hannah Keith ............132 9.Andrea Goodin ...........63 10.Tammy Hall ...............56

Dirt Track

125cc 1.James Taber ...............10 250cc 1.Alex Felland ..............364 2.Springer DeRosear ...209 3.Molly Terry ................203

4.Kole King ..................201 5.Allyx Camp ...............171 6.Brianna Hazen ..........148 7.Megan Powell ...........113 450cc 1.Joshua Blazek ..........241 2.Kole King ..................194 3.Dustin Cassidy..........142 4.Erich Voitel................137 5.Clayton Clark ............124 6.Steven Sandoval ......122 7.Taylor Roberts ............81 50 Chain 1.Kash Schnowske ......315 2.Chase Banning .........252 3.Tristin Grove .............195 4.Parker Robinson .......142 5.Braiden Cox ..............129 6.Landon Miller ............110 7.Landon Drowns ..........41 50 Shaft 1.Parker Robinson .......312 2.James Taber .............207 3.Landon Drowns ........193 4.Blaine Root ...............168 5.Adelle Rolofson ........126 6.Brayden Brown ...........74 7.Quentin Friday ............64 65cc 1.Tyler Mink .................329 2.Morgan Monroe ........309 3.Tanner Felland ..........286 4.Trent McVey..............259 5.Chase Banning .........198 6.Richard Kent .............154 7.Alex Sandoval...........142 76-125 4 stk 1.Ryan Sandoval .........200 2.Bryce Hazen .............194 3.Morgan Monroe ..........13 4.Chase Wright ..............10 85cc 1.Blake Claeys.............383 2.Tanner Felland ..........297 3.Rooks DeRosear ......177 4.Morgan Monroe ........160 5.Turner Roberts............95 6.Tyler Mink ...................65 7.Trent McVey................61 86-160cc 1.Chase Wright ............398 2.Brianna Hazen ..........262 3.Gary RolofsonIII........238 4.Trent McVey..............232 5.Allyx Camp ...............193 6.Alex Felland ..............169 7.Molly Terry ................103 Open 1.Joshua Blazek ..........184 2.Kole King ..................163 3.Erich Voitel................163 4.Steven Sandoval ......132 5.Dustin Cassidy..........108 6.Molly Terry ..................77 7.Tyler Jones .................56 Open Quad 1.Ryan Kaufman ..........237 2.Mitch Stein ................219 3.Daniel Davis .............170 4.Skyler Lingenfelter ....111 5.Paul Schmidt ............100 6.Shane Tucker .............77 7.Neil Johnson ...............59 Sen 40+ 1.Greg Donley .............298 2.Tony Watkins ............273 3.Ted Arkebayer...........182 4.John Powell ..............126 5.Ricky York .................117 6.Dave Newlin..............112 7.Gary Ash ...................110

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SS 50+ 1.Bob Crosby ...............246 2.David York ................225 3.Joe Baggott ..............187 4.Mark Sheppard .........115 5.Jerry Cheney ............109 6.Rick Clark ...................78 7.Randall Senneff ..........69 Vet 30+ 1.Richard Kent .............268 2.Gary Rolofson...........209 3.Lance Kent ...............170 4.John Powell ..............141 5.James Spencer.........134 6.Tony Watkins ..............96 7.Tom McCarthy ............46 Vintage 1.James Spencer.........266 2.Ted Arkebayer...........246 3.Robert Root ..............180 4.Jerry Cheney ..............99 5.Joe Baggott ................87 6.James Spencer...........78 7.Dan Reichert...............63

Trials

Top 8 Finishes Expert 1.Alain VandeWalle......148 2.David Rohrschneider 120 3.Mike Tinkham............110 4.Dan Loer .....................79 5.Tim Harker ..................42 Sportsman 1.Ralph Littlefield .........202 2.Eric Miller ..................146 3.Charlie Shanks .........130 4.Anthony Meo ..............97 5.Brian Runyard.............90 Advanced 1.Eric Cunningham ......270 2.Kevin Huber ..............178 3.Mike Brent ................155 4.Greg Floyd ..................73 5.John Brent ..................61 Intermediate 1.Kent Franklin ............242 2.Jeff Franklin ..............188 3.Tim Pickett ................167 4.Heath Drone .............163 5.Jake Wroblewski.......109 Novice 1.Shawn Mauritz ..........242 2.Tito Nappi .................227 3.Mike Mauritz .............186 4.Chris Key ..................113 5.David Gunn.................82 Youth 1.Elliot Key...................138 2.Jacob Loer ................115 3.Ryan Rohrschneider ...30 Women 1.Kathy Haselton .........230 2.Jennifer Maupin ........170 3.Janice Wallerich........162 4.Patti Meo ..................125 Vintage 1.Brian Runyard...........120 2.Clark Runyard.............50 3.Roy Clugg ...................44 4.Tom Gillespie ..............18

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5.David Gunn.................15 Senior 1.Dan Maupin ..............170 2.Alan Evans .................30 2.Jim Schaidle ...............30

Enduro

Award Winners Enduro Champion Nathan Ferderer AA 1.Craig Holasek 2.Tim Nienow 3.Brian Hasslen 200A 1.Mitch Treichler 2.Doug Latvala 3.Ryan Haferbecker 250A 1.Giles Radtke 2.Nathan Zambon 3.Zach Martinson Open A 1.Jake Hinkemeyer 2.Brandon Hansen 3.Shawn Gerulli Vet A 1.Garret hansen 2.Joe Cartwright 3.Pat Adrian 4.Jason Goth Senior A 1.Jay Waalen 2.Robert Fletcher 3.Kraig hinkemeyer 4.Steve Reschke 5.Brian Grote Super Senior A 1.Bill Slominski 2.Dave Schreiner 3.Brett Grossman 200B 1.Tyler Pogreba 2.Robert Maki 250B 1.Josh Kilgore 2.John Schmalenberg Open B 1.Randy Imholte 2.Jonathan Banks 3.Joseph Copley Vet B 1.Jace Porter 2.James Landini 3.Jamie Kilgore 4.Matt Stukel 5.Kevin Huffnagle Senior B 1.David Voss 2.Mike Pohl 3.Rick Becker 4.Charles Niedzielski 5.Valerie Schlaben Super Senior B 1.Wynn Earlewine 2.Leon Imholte 3.Paul Schommer Junior 1.Austin Pogreba 2.Mitchell Thelen 3.Ryan Sanborn 200 C 1.James Kittock 2.Mark Schreiner 3.David Schlueter

4.Mitchel Sand 5.Derek Severson 250 C 1.Dylan Radtke Open C Vet C 1.Daniel Banks 2.Juston Beach Senior C. 1.Tom Burns 2.Thomas Stronczer 3.Dennis Lau Sr 4.Richard Mauel 5.Alan Wallner 6.Mark Vanderwerf Masters 1.Duane Nienow 2.Donald Krueger 3.Len Fazendin Women 1.Kristi Grote 2.Wassana Kiewnoi 3.Mary Schreiner

Hare Scrambles

Award Winners Hare Scramble Champion 1.Nathan Ferderer AA 1.Kyle Nelson 2.Dylan Debel 3.Tim Nienow 4.Jeff Colbert 5.Craig Holasek A Expert 1.Dennis Lau 2.Jeffrey Young 3.Ralph Feld 200 A 1.Jason Gerken 2.Mitch Treichler 250 A 1.Nathan Zambon 2.Calvin Castonguay 3.Giles Radtke Open A 1.Garrett Hansen 2.Robert Newport 3.Jake Hinkemeyer Vet A 1.Paul Otto 2.Dan Magnuson 3.Brandon Hansen 4.Scott Reschke Senior A 1.Dan Illies 2.Jay Waalen 3.Dave Grunklee 4.Trent Mobraaten 5.Allen Jenrich 6.Brian D Grote Super Senior A 1.Brett Grossmann 2.Dave Schreiner 3.Kraig Anderson Junior 1.Austin Pogreba 2.Christopher Tomolillo 3.Tanner Huotari 4.Nicholas Swenson 5.Mitchell Thelen 6.Devin Winter 7.Luke Tonsager 8.Chaz Herzog

200B 1.Tyler Pogreba 2.Duncan Maclachlan 3.Colton Koster 4.Kristi Grote 250 B 1.Luke Wilder 2.Jaymes Smith 3.Mitch Craven 4.Cole Lewis 5.Jace Porter 6.Derrick Ruggeberg 7.Jeff Leusman 8.Randy Lieder 9.Trevor Honstrom Open B 1.John Niewoehner 2.Randy Imholte 3.Joseph Copley 4.Jonathan Banks Vet B 1.Chad Hawkins 2.Brad Kortbein 3.Erick Anderson 4.Dan Wipper 5.Matt Stukel 6.Ryan Munsterman 7.Chris Moore 8.Dean Bertram Senior B 1.Jason Heinen 2.David Voss 3.Harold Sand 4.Russell Theis 5.Gary Walton 6.Michael Pohl 7.Mark Ziliak Super Senior B 1.Wynn Earlewine 2.Leon Imholte 3.Paul Schommer 200C 1.Ryan Sand 2.Mark Schreiner 3.James Kittock 4.Mary Schreiner 5.Mitchell Sand 250C 1.Drey Lacroix 2.Dylan Radtke 3.Tyler Wegner Open C 1.Nate Tacheny Vet C 1.Jastin Lokken 2.Mark Mcgaa 3.Vittorio Tomolillo 4.Daniel Banks 5.Juston Beach Senior C 1.Michael Murphy 2.Tom Burns 3.Dennis Lau Sr 4.Alan Wallner 5.Darry Ruggeberg 6.Mark Vanderwerf Super Senior C 1.Steven Novak 2.Gregory Karow 3.Clifton Jenson Masters 1.Duane Nienow 2.Len Fazendin 3.Donald Krueger Women 1.Valerie Schaleben 2.Elizabeth Schommer 3.Alysa stukel 4.Michelle Stukel Quad 90cc Stk 9-13 1.Jayden Terrell.............160 2.Zachary Pocquette.....152

Quad Sport A. 1.Bron Badavinac .........177 2.Andrew Snyder ..........170 3.Riley Snyder ..............135 Quad Sport B. 1.Joel Bade...................206 2.Steven Eischens ........158 3.Kyle Moeller ...............132 Quad Sport C 1.Mike Nelson ...............196 2.Curt Zimmerman........178 Utility 1.Jeff Nelson .................150 Quad Women 1.Kolay Eischens ..........175

Hare Scrambles

Youth Cross Country Enduro: Premier 1.Austin Pogreba ..........145 2.Mitchell Thelen.............99 3.Craig Behun.................93 4.Ryan Sandborn............82 5.Nicholas Swenson .......81 6.Joey Buchta .................80 7.Chaz Herzog................79 8.John Maki ....................76 9.Travis Mathwig.............76 10.Charles Pohl ..............35 Peewee 1.Collin Maynard...........145 2.Colton Reschke .........121 3.Logan Kittock ...............17 4.Kyler Becker ..............103 5.Jack Maki.....................86 6.Brady Kittock................58 7.Dalton Kittock...............43 Girls 1.Kacey Johnson ..........150 2.Ally Mathwig...............125 3.Sarah Stronczer.........103 4.Katherine Vanderwerf ..81 Macro 1.Grady Haferbecker.....114 2.Tyler McDougall .........105 3.Jayme French ............101 4.Brady Kittock................97 5.Dalton Kittock...............85 6.Emma Anderson ..........80 Micro 1.Kyle Becker................150 2.Cheyenne Abear ........108 3.Drew Anderson ..........107 4.Joseph Goth ................90 5.Justin Buchta ...............71 6.Noah Sandborn............69 7.Colton Banks ...............52 8.Philip Keenan...............47 9.Courtney Anderson ......46 10.Keith Rother...............45 Hare Scrambles: Premier 1.Austin Pogreba ..........182 2.Nicholas Swenson .....181 3.Christopher Tomolillo.120 4.Colton Davis...............112 5.Cole Kieffer ................105 6.Michell Thelen............101 7.Nicholas Holm..............91 8.Ben Kortbein ................86 9.Gary Stoudt..................72 10.Tanner Huotari ...........69


Peewee 1.Collin Maynard...........200 2.Colton Reschke .........186 3.Logan Kittock .............164 4.Jack Maki ...................115 5.Ross Niewoehner ......107 6.Brady Kittock................79 7.Mason Theis ................78 8.Dalton Kittock...............78 Girls 1.Kacey Johnson ..........210 2.Shaye Jenrich ............173 3.Jessica Curtis ............152 4.Katherine Vanderwerf 123 5.Jordan Grinhaug ........107 Macro 1.Ross niewoehner .......200 2.Kyle Magnuson ..........165 3.Brady Kittock..............121 4.Dalton Kittock .............116 5.Mason Theis ..............100 6.Chanler Lokken............95 7.Dylan Winter ................94 8.Salvin Artmann.............93 9.Jayme French ..............89 10.Emma Anderson ........89 Micro 1.Joseph Goth ..............190 2.Drew Anderson ..........168 3.Aundrea Artmann.......133 4.Justin Buchta..............118 5.Keith Rother ...............116 6.Madison Herzog...........87 7.Courtney Anderson ......82 8.Kaylee Rother ..............74 9.Ryder Gerulli................65 10.Colton Banks .............43

3.David Darsow ..............64 Open Twin 1.Mark Harris ..................47 250 A 1.Dustin Paul ..................77 2.Elliot Darsow................66 3.Riley Rasmusson.........47 Open A Amateur 1.Dustin Paul.................112 2.Zachary Zemanovic ...106 4.Geoff Thistle.................51 Open B 1.Elliot Darsow................94 2.Zack Stromberg ...........54 3.Tommy Minster ............46 4.Dan Bailey ...................43 Open Semi Pro 1.Josh Koch ....................94 2.Rich Delak ...................64 3.Conner Anderson.........56 4.Dan Jacobson..............52 450 A 1.Cale Langland............100 2.Tony Hauer ..................91 3.Zachary Zemanovic .....90 450 Semi Pro 1.Josh Koch ..................102 2.Conner Anderson.........57 3.Rich Delak ...................46 Quad Mini 50/70 1.Zane Laney..................54 2.Emik Hauer ..................49 Quad Mini 90 1.Brennan Marshall.........60 Quad Youth Sport 1.Ben Jenkins .................77 2.Brennan Marshall.........44 Quad Vet 30+ 1.Nick Allen .....................80 3.Timm Golly...................41

Flat Track

Award Winners 50cc Stock Chain 1.Mason Grecula ..........101 3.Ty Valland ....................64 4.Jacob Anderson ...........60 5.Amelea Hauer..............59 50cc Shift & Shaft 2.Amelea Hauer..............87 3.Preston Langland.........81 5.Ben Minster..................51 65cc Mini 1.Reece Valland..............63 85cc Mini 2.Zach Bailey ..................31 MadDog 1.Lee Ganske .................89 Vet 30+ 1.Randy Thistle ...............82 2.Verdeen Langland........81 Senior 40+ 1.Randy Thistle .............117 3.Tony Hauer ..................98 4.Ron Bystrom ................69 Master 50+ 1.Randy Thistle .............150 2.David Darsow ..............69 3.Mike Schmidt ...............69 4.Ron Bystrom ................60 600 Vintage 1.Lee Ganske .................98 2.Mike Schmidt ...............72

Quad Open Pro 1.Nick Allen .....................93 2.Andrew Wendorff .........91 3.Matt Ernhart .................57 Quad Open Pro/AM 1.Nick Allen ...................116 2.Andrew Wendorff .........79 3.Matt Ernhart .................60

Hill Climb

Award Winners Micro Mini 4-8 1.Davis Sunken.............135 2.Casey Paider..............112 3.Kaden Funk .................99 4.Bodee O’Neil................65 5.Damion Huppert...........61 6.Colton Landwer............52 7.macy Koester...............43 8.Leigha Grussendorf .....42 9.Cody Paider .................32 65cc 7-11 1.Luke Cipala................150 2.Braiden Nichols..........101 3.Casey Paider ...............81 4.Davis Sunken...............68 5.Olivia Bach...................62 6.Colton Landwer............61 7.Madison Welch ............50 8.Blake Atherton .............47 9.Kaden Funk .................41 10.Dalton Nagel ..............40

Mini Jr. 7-11 1.Luke Cipala................145 2.Casey Paider ...............92 3.Olivia Bach...................85 4.Marcus Koester............65 5.Cody Atherton ..............65 6.Blake Atherton .............64 7.Madison Welch ............56 8.Davis Sunken...............54 9.Dalton Nagel ................43 10.Tricia Garcia...............20 Mini Sr. 12-15 1.Nathan Prebe.............141 2.Logan Peterson ..........111 3.Dylan Nichols...............90 125 1.Andy Eichinger ...........111 2.Logan Peterson .........104 3.Jessica Abraham .........95 4.Gabrielle Prebe............78 Senior 1.Brad Cain ...................110 2.Corey O’Neil .............103. 3.Rick Prebe ..................84. 4.Todd Cipala.................59. Super Senior 1.Jeff Jack....................120. 2.Dave Byer ...................99. 3.Walter Krech ...............95. ATV 1.Tyler Clark .................111. 2.Rick Prebe ................103. 3.William Shaw ..............76. 4.Austin Welch ...............68. King of the Hill 1.Jay Sallstrom ..............97. 2.Nick Bronnenberg ........88 3.Jacob Prebe.................83 4.Marcus Winch ..............67 5.Todd Cipala..................58

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200 1.Dylan Nichols .............119 2.Nathan Prebe .............111 3.Jason Laven ................98 250 1.Marcus Winch ............128 2.Logan cipala ..............104 3.Luke Parmeter ...........102 4.Aaron Prebe.................70 450 1.Aaron Prebe.................99 2.Jared Gitter ..................95 3.Eric Wheelwright..........80 4.Marcus Winch ..............76 5.Jason Bach ..................47 600 1.Marcus Winch ............112 2.Jay Sallstrom ...............97 3.Jacob Prebe.................77 4.Jared Gitter ..................63 5.Logan Cipala................59 6.Brent Stevensen ..........57 750 1.Luke Parmeter............117 2.Nick Bronnenberg ......107 3.Corey Danberry .........104 Four Stroke 1.Luke Parmeter ...........120 2.Aaron Prebe...............109 3.Eric Wheelwright..........86 4.Jared Gitter ..................79 5.Jason Bach ..................53 .Brent stevensen.............45 Open 1.Brent Stevensen ........105 2.Brad Cain.....................84 3.Jay Sallstrom ...............81 4.Curtis Sullivan..............60

Quad MX

Award Winners 50cc Stk Lmd 4-8 1.Christopher Leaym ....294 2.Alex Sleyster..............266 3.Nathaniel Otte............246 4.Isaac Teigan...............230 5.Madison Nevala .........218 70cc CVT Prod 6-11 1.Bodie Swanson..........291 2.Caden Anderson ........281 3.ethan Aune.................246 4.Sloan Pittman ............232 5.Austin Nevala.............222 6.Evan Teigen ...............200 70cc Mod 6-11 1.Ryan Anderson ..........225 90cc Rec Limited 8-15 1.Sloan Pittman ............300 2.Jenna Hagemann ......251 3.Ryan Vessey..............170 90cc CVT Production 8-15 1.Aaron Johnson...........286 2.Dominic Bartell...........253 3.Beau Tibbetts.............233 4.Caden Anderson ........212 5.Gavin Rowland ..........209 6.Nick Otte ....................194 7.Chancellor Sprague ...182 8.Keegan Linsmeier......155 90cc Mod 8-15 1.Ryan Trout .................280 2.Remington Guthman..251 3.Jacob Hagemann.......183 4.Luke Tyler ..................182 Youth Production 13-15 1.Cole Keough ..............300

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2.Cody Ditzig ................252 3.Matt Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Mara ...............194 Open A 1.Mike Barnhart ............275 2.Luke Waxon ...............212 3.Nicholas Waxon .........180 Open B 1.Robert Winkelman .....242 Open C 1.Wade Reinke .............276 16-24 1.Mark Olejnichak .........258 2.Nicholas Waxon .........232 3.Luke Waxon ...............206 4.Brent Zeien ................179 Quad 25+ 1.Trevor Fjosne.............285 30+ 1.David Gordon.............297 2.Roderic Bolstad .........263 3.Jason Graski..............244 35+ 1.David Gordon.............288 2.Roderic Bolstad .........283 3.Jim Meyer ..................248 2-Stroke 1.Thomas Mrozek .........222 Quad Production 450 A 1.Mike Barnhart ............276 2.Mark Olejnichak .........250 3.Zachery Benson.........206 Production 450 B 1.Robert Winkelman .....249 2.Zack Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Mara ..............220 3.Jason Graski..............189 Production 450 C 1.Wade Reinke .............254 2.Tyler Bakken ..............234 3.Kenny Mcgowan ........221 Girls 13-17 1.Reminton Guthman....300 2.Amanda Thayer .........270 3.Jacy Sleyster .............166 Women 1.Tyler Bakken ..............289 2.Haylie Benson............268 3.Crystal wilson.............250 Utility 1.Daren Rahn ...............300

Motocross

Award Winners 50cc Multispeed 4-8 1.Dillon Nelson..............350 2.Walker Krampitz.........341 3.Zach Strecker ............338 4.Addison Uselman.......326 5.Domenic Hegman ......302 6.Jake Paige .................277 7.Riley Rainer ...............257 8.Trevin Nelson.............249 9.Austin Thilmany .........238 10.Paige Carlson ..........215 50cc Oil Injected 4-8 1.Connor Klemenhagen350 2.Walker Krampitz.........330 3.Addison Uselman.......305 4.Domenic Hegman ......289 5.Beau Engstrom ..........277 6.Colin Zygmuntowski...258 50cc Premix 4-6 1.Gavin Tilford...............344 2.Connor Klemenhagen326 3.Dillon Nelson..............326 4.Drew Sampson ..........312

5.Joshua Kisch .............288 50cc Premix 7-8 1.Josh Boaz ..................350 2.Jaxon Opitz................315 3.Gavin Janovsky .........302 4.Ezra Engstrom ...........299 5.Zach Strecker ............283 7.Kaden Degenhardt.....254 8.Nick Paige..................247 9.Jackson Lindberg.......238 10.Jesse Bergstrom......224 65cc 7-9 1.Pierce Knight .............341 2.Maverick Engstrom ....338 3.Josh Boaz ..................323 4.Travis Frias ................322 5.Austin Griffin ..............296 6.TJ Uselman................286 7.Haley Greig................247 8.Aaron Boatman..........241 9.Aaron Blackstone.......233 Supermini 1.Jerry Robin ................341 3.Wyatt Krampitz ..........273 4.Shayanna Wilson.......261 5.Bret Holland ...............250 Schoolboy 12-16 1.Mitchell Masters.........327 2.Dayton Konecny ........312 3.Tucker Mills................290 4.William Dorow............284 5.Aaron Sperling ...........251 Junior 14-16 1.Adam Maxfield ...........307 3.Kayla Solheid.............248 14-24 A 1.Timmy McCoy ............306 2.Josh Virnig .................267 14-24 B 1.Connor Ahlers ............299 2.Troy Soderman ..........280 3.Nate Kohnke ..............253 4.Daniel Robin ..............249 5.William Doane............242 6.Christopher Janzig.....242 7.Lance Vargo...............234 14-24 C 1.Ryan Schusted ..........350 2.Mitchell Jendro...........309 3.Jacob Andrist .............309 4.Cameron Linge ..........273 7.Ryan Neiss ................186 8.Tyler Bowers ..............184 9.Jesse Beaver .............179 25+ A 1.Scott Jendro...............347 2.Frank Jackson ..........317 3.Tim Zebro...................306 4.Sheldon Fratzke.........289 5.Chas Kadlec ..............269 6.James Phillippi...........250 8.Chuck Thompson.......242 9.Scott Steinle...............226 40+ Senior C 1.Raymond Riedl ..........335 2.Bob Hill ......................332 3.Robert Tjoens ............312 4.Mark Speldrick ...........309 5.Mike Rapp..................291 45+ A 1.Scott Steinle...............350 2.Brad Erickson ............336 3.Mark Deal ..................329 45+ B/C 1.Jeff Johnson...............350 2.Craig Cherrington ......350 3.John Cram .................322 4.Bill Cunningham.........320 5.Raymond Riedl ..........279 6.Mike Rapp..................267 50+ Super Senior 1.Mark Deal ..................350 2.Jack Parenteau..........341

3.Jeff Sorensen.............326 4.John Dahlen...............264 5.dave Hencir................262 7.Kevin Nelsen..............239 55+ 1.Steve Ahlers...............344 Girls 9-13 1.Jacqueline Riess........328 2.Kyra Boaz ..................319 3.Toni Jahnz..................294 4.Sophia Johnson .........274 Women 1.Jessica Hadler ...........350 2.Kayla Solheid.............334 3.Shayanna Wilson .......311 4.Amber Vargo ..............292 122cc-125cc 2-Stroke 1.Mitchell Masters.........341 2.Lucas Hegna..............300 3.William Dorow............258 4.Corey Jahnke.............251 5.Logan Hegna .............247 7.Aaron Sperling ...........223 Open C 1.John Weir...................321 2.Mitchell Jendro...........315 3.Mitchell Koester .........299 4.Hunter Ersbo..............252 5.Kyle Meier..................245 6.Tyler Degenhardt .......184 9.Jesse Beaver .............174 65cc 10-11 1.Nic-o Phaneuf ............344 2.Kole Lemcke ..............316 3.Mitchell Bergstrom .....311 4.Devin Stang ...............291 5.Wesley Hill .................281 6.Austin Nelson.............280 7.Cody Wichmann ........242 65cc 7-11 1.Pierce Knight .............344 2.Travis Frias ................329 3.Austin Griffin ..............307 4.TJ Uselman................296 5.Austin Nelson.............252 6.Aaron Boatman..........251 7.Aaron Blackstone.......250 9.Haley Greig................229 10.Liam Urban ..............219 85cc 9-11 1.Noah McPherson .......350 2.Benjamin Adamson....345 3.Mateo Johnson ..........274 4.Jeremiah Lindberg .....262 5.Pierce Knight .............250 6.Kole Lemcke ..............247 7.Frank Jackson Jr .......246 8.KJ Downey.................241 85cc 9-12 1.Jerry Robin ................350 2.Nick Schnagl..............335 3.Benjamin adamson ....305 4.Noah McPherson .......299 5.Justin Evans ..............264 6.Joseph Trom ..............253 7.Mateo Johnson ..........252 8.Brett Fields.................246 10.George Hodkinson...235 85cc 12-15 1.Jerry Robin ................347 2.Nick Schnagl..............324 3.Wyatt Krampitz ..........385 5.Brett Fields.................280 6.Justin Evans ..............255 8.George Hodkinson.....240 9.Jarod Stefan ..............236 10.Bret Holland .............216 25+ B 1.Shane Faust ..............341 2.Ryan Smoluch ...........339 3.Joseph Stumne..........290 4.Beau Boerner.............256

25+ C 1.Travis Holst ................350 2.Justin Hatcher............323 3.Josh Neutgens...........287 4.Ryan Lofgren .............255 30 +Vet A 1.Frank Jackson ...........341 2.Tim Zebro...................327 3.Chad Luhman ............290 4.James Phillippi...........281 5.Brad Cunningham......277 7.Chuck Thompson.......264 9.Levi McMains.............228 30+ Vet B 1.Shane Faust ..............350 2.Ryan Smoluch ...........347 3.Matt Ludescher ..........310 30+ Vet C 1.Dan Hegman..............338 2.Tony Schimmel ..........321 3.Justin Hatcher............313 4.Raymond Riedl ..........309 6.Daniel Grochowski.....280 7.Peter Urban ...............255 8.Jesse John.................222 9.Robert Tjoens ............219 40+ Senior A 1.Scott Steinle...............347 2.Brad Cunningham......327 3.Chuck Thompson.......324 4.Jack Parenteau..........290 40+ Senior B 1.Craig Cherrington ......329 2.Mark Broyles Sr .........316 3.Jeff Johnson...............306 4.John Cram .................304 5.Erick Rockstad...........291 6.Bill Cunningham.........286 250 A 1.Jake Loberg ...............345 2.Scott Jendro...............310 4.Brandon Stewart ........266 5.Cody Breitbach ..........257 6.Gavin Kadlec .............250 7.Chas Kadlec ..............238 250 B 1.Nate Kohnke ..............274 2.Conner Cunningham..249 3.Cade Fossum ............248 4.William Doane............244 5.Trevor Lind.................230 6.Sawyer Brownlee.......221 7.Nicholas Carter ..........217 8.Sean Castle ...............209 10.Troy Soderman ........193 250 C 1.Ryan Schusted ..........350 2.Adam Maxfield ...........330 3.Mitchell Jendro...........292 4.Mitchell Koester .........279 5.Jacob Andrist .............268 6.John Weir...................255 7.Tomi Lutz ...................247 8.Hunter Ersbo..............233 Open A 1.Joshua Sorensen.......338 2.Scott Jendro...............323 3.Jake Loberg ...............313 4.Gavin Kadlec .............249 5.Brandon Stewart ........238 7.Cody Breitbach ..........230 8.Timmy McCoy ............207 9.Chad Luhman ............206 Open B 1.Connor Ahlers ............315 2.Conner Cunningham..254 3.Cade Fossum ............246 4.William Doane............244 5.Nicholas Carter ..........237 6.Lance Vargo...............237 8.Daniel Robin ..............230 9.Christopher Janzig.....226 10.Sean Castle .............214


www.ia-district22.com www.amadistrict15.org District 15 Officers

President, Jim Cooper............................317-856-6250 Vice President, Vicki Jones .....................574-453-3550 Secretary, Judy Jones ............................260-665-9743 Treasurer, Donna Griffis.........................260-637-5416 Rider Rep– North Mike Brown ...............317-243-2712 Rider Rep – South, Jerry Barber ...........812-346-6070 IT Coordinator, Vicki Jones .....................574-453-3550

Referees

Clubs and Promoters

www.amadistrict16.com District 16 Officers:

President, Ron Blazek ...........................262-542-7572 V. President, Todd Ellingson....................715-712-0068 Secretary, Judy Sumner.........................262-754-0686 Treasurer, Erin Aune ..............................262-895-2469 Registration, Erin Aune..........................262-895-2469

Referees And Pointskeepers:

North MX, Duane Griffis .......................260-417-5447 Steve Labordus......................................765-282-2907 South MX, Danny Pridemore.................812-849-0998 Terrie Barber.........................................812-346-6070 Enduro, David Tripp...............................219-575-7277 Hillclimb, Scott Petty..............................317-718-7225 Harescramble, Scott Sims.......................765-720-7429 ATV, Jeff Florian ....................................765-497-9914

Atv, Rob Reitz .......................................920-602-0851 Dirt Track, Danny Vrana ........................262-689-2842 Enduro, Pete Laubmeier ........................608-795-2484 Hare Scram, Bill Sheppard.....................608-921-9833 Hillclimb, Mike Bronk............................715-325-4034 Motocross, Dave Arva............................262-255-2291 Road, Brett Lobajeski ............................920-922-4091 Trials, Dave Schigoda ............................262-243-5250

D15 Points Keepers

Clubs and Promoters

MX, Debbie Williams..............................765-833-2362 Enduro, David Tripp...............................219-879-0416 Harescramble, Dave Dunnuck ................812-345-6085 Hillclimb, Gordon Green.........................217-469-2672

District 15 Clubs/Promoters

Buzzard M/C ........................................989-539-6406 Badlands ..............................................765)762-2981 Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders......................314-267-4630 Central IL MC ........................................217-234-2505 D&D Motorsports...................................574-893-1649 DIRT ....................................................317-371-5530 Forest City Riders...................................815-765-2511 Fulton Co Fairgrounds............................574-893-1649 G&S Motoplex.......................................260-637-5416 Goshen Ironhorsemen ...........................574-262-5209 Grand Kankakee Trail Riders..................219-992-3048 Hangtime..............................................574-893-1649 Hill & Gully Riders .................................708-424-1969 Hoosier Hilltoppers ................................502-713-3495 Hoosier Trail Riders................................812-327-4737 King City Dirt Riders ..............................618-266-7208 Lansing MC ...........................................231-229-4504 Leisure Time GP.....................................317-897-6232 Michigan Off Road.................................817-896-9757 Midway Motosports Park........................812-849-0023 Mooch, MC ............................................765-631-1965 Motoland ..............................................219-988-6686 Muddobbers..........................................765-998-2236 Pleasure Riders MC................................217-662-2508 Plymouth Blackhawks............................574-259-0103 Red Bud Competition .............................269-695-6405 Riders MC..............................................574-642-4701 Saddleback East ....................................502-327-8936 StoneyLonesome ...................................812-342-4411 Sweet 16 Motocross...............................574-893-1649 Treaty City ............................................937-548-7197 Trojan ...................................................574-893-1649 Wabash Cannonball ...............................260-982-7938 Wildcat Creek MX ..................................765-379-2482

Arkansas Creek Cycle Club.....................715-285-5679 Aztalan Cycle Club.................................414-297-9367 Beaver Cycle Club .................................920-887-8425 Big Bear Trax........................................715-674-7802 CMJ Raceway........................................608-220-6853 Fantasy Moto........................................920-419-2863 Gravity Park USA ..................................920-378-3864 Hawkeye M/C Club ...............................608-763-2821 Kettle Moraine Sports Riders..................262-334-1743 Madison M/C ........................................608-219-8967 Manitowoc Area OHV Club .....................920-565-4534 Marathon Off-Road ATC/MC ..................715-212-6340 Marshfield T & T Riders..........................715-384-4555 Midwest Off Road Trail Riders ................715-743-4132 Pine Ridge Raceway ..............................715-856-6612 Range Moto-X.......................................906-482-6429 Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club ................715-421-5038 Road Wolf Productions...........................715-785-8025 Southeastern Short Trackers ..................262-754-0686 Sports & Competition.............................920-465-1200 Sugar Camp Area Racing .......................715-272-1101 Sugar Maple MX ...................................608-393-8812 UP Sandstormers...................................906-228-7010 Valley Raceway Inc................................906-875-0269 Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders...................920-350-2030 Wisconsin Observed Trials ......................608-875-5645 Zambon's MX Park ...............................906-420-2794

Cedar Valley Trail Riders ........................319-363-7800 Fun Valley MX.......................................641-623-3456 New Hartford Racing.............................319-885-6469 Riverside Raceway ................................515-266-7509

www.amadistrict17.com Clubs & Promoters

4P Promotions, Inc.................................815-379-9534 Belleville Enduro Team...........................618-779-1452 Brush Poppers M/C................................815-622-4099 Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders ......................618-946-4316 Central Illinois M/C................................217-234-2505 Crossroads MX.......................................618-686-2769 Des Moines Enduro Riders ......................515-480-2477 Dirt Rider, Inc. .......................................217-789-0107 Forest City Riders M/C ...........................815-765-2511 Galesburg M/C ......................................309-344-1714 Grand Kankakee Trail Rid ......................708-946-0999 Hill and Gully M/C.................................708-424-1969 IMDA .........................................217-753-8866 Jerseypine Cruisers M/C.........................630-530-4810 Joliet Motosports Park ...........................815-476-7433 King City Dirt Riders...............................618-266-7208 Lamoine Ramblers M/C .........................309-837-9436 Lincoln Trail Motosports..........................217-932-2041 Little Egypt Off-Road Inc. .......................618-252-2062 M&M Racing .........................................309-342-7222 M.C. Moto Park......................................815-541-1209 Midwest Off-Road Riders .......................815-434-0209 Moto Club On Ice ...................................219-374-7680 Moto Pro, Inc.........................................815-539-9021 Motosports Enterprises ...........................815-234-2271 Muddobbers M/C...................................765-998-2236 Muddy Waters Motorsports.....................563-529-6106 N.I.T.R.O .........................................630-690-1625 Pekin M/C .........................................309-231-4945 Peoria M/C / Aux..................................309-697-4981 Pleasure Riders M/C ..............................217-477-3191 Ride For The Cure ..................................309-244-7360 Riders M/C .........................................574-209-1234 Rock River Riders M/C ...........................815-946-2183 South Fork Dirt Riders............................217-237-4752 Splinter Creek Dirt Riders.......................618-977-5587 Tri-City M/C, Inc. ...................................309-799-9449 Turkey Scratch Enduro Rid......................641-660-1326 Variety Riders M/C ................................815-434-3669 WFO Promotions....................................309-314-3343

District 17 Officers:

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

Event Directors:

www.midwestvmx.org Midwest VMX .......................................319-366-3916 4245 Fox Meadow Drive SE Cedar Rapids, IA 52403 Director, Mitch Winder.........bultaco206@hotmail .com Membership Director Chuck Doose ..............................cldoose@comcast.net

Enduro, Ryan Moss...............................815-624-6535 Hare Scrambles, Jay Hall .......................217-566-3735 Hillclimb,Gordon Green ........................217-469-2672 Dirt Track, Stan Camp ............................309-647-9285 MX & SX, Gerhard Ward.........................815-539-9021 Trials, Dan Loer .....................................309-243-7693

District 22 Officers:

President, Mark D. Bonnell ....................515-208-6169 Treasurer, Larry Bever...........................515-277-1284 Points Webmaster, Drew Brandt .............641-521-3972 Motocross Group Officers Treasurer, Stacy Stephens ......................641-877-6068 Membership Director, Cathy Johnson......641-784-6121 Mem Assistant, Jim Johnson ..................641-784-6121 Points Steward, James McNaul...............641-990-0529 Webmaster, Missi Thede.........................641-781-9195

www.armca.org District 23 Club and Promoters

ARC Racing...........................................651-324-7827 Berm Benders Inc .................................320-679-2582 Echo Valley...........................................218-348-4754 Flying Dutchmen ..................................507-327-8341 Golden Eagles.......................................715-307-0936 Hi-Winders ...........................................507-753-2779 Hurricane Hills MX Park........................507-843-5154 Indianhead Cycle Club...........................651-345-4376 Kato Cycle Club.....................................612-866-0257 Midway Recreation Park .......................952-601-1169 Minnesota Wings, Inc............................763-360-6044 Motocity Raceway.................................218-894-2826 Motokazie............................................952-601-1169 Norsemen Motorcycle Club....................763-753-2287 North Central Dirt Track ........................612-865-2661 Northern Lites ......................................218-828-4766 On Track Promotions.............................612-328-4109 Paul Bunyan Forest Riders ....................651-746-4104 Range Riders........................................218-327-5336 River Valley Enduro Riders ....................763-682-1778 Rough Riders Quad Club .......................952-465-8868 RM Promotions.....................................218-894-2826 RTW Race Promo/Cambridge ................320-980-4419 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders ................612-827-3412 Twin Cities Trail Riders...........................612-965-8618 Veterans Ride Inc..................................651-260-7204 Wisconsin District 16: Arkansaw Cycle Park ............................715-285-5679 CMJ Raceway .......................................608-220-6853

District 23 Elected Officers

Chairman, Mike Quinn..........................507-288-2612 Vice Chairman, Jim Nelson....................651-351-2046 Treasurer, Karen Umphress ...................612-965-8619 MX Vice Chairman Chip Donaho ........................................651-451-8401 Government Relations Tom & Karen Umphress ........................612-965-8618 Trail Rider Vice Chairman James Landini ......................................612-559-9134 Banquet Chair, Mark Becker..................715-386-2780 Webmaster, Bob Jenson ........................218-205-6059 CYCLE USA, December 2010

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Quads double at Hurricane Hills Mazeppa, MN - September 5/ 6 By Mike Nelson

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t was a gorgeous Labor Day weekend in Mazeppa, Minnesota, and with the season winding down, the majority of the district points battles were already locked up. For many of the riders that turned out it was all about enjoying some seat time on a beautiful weekend. That said, with two separate days of competition, the weekend was all business for those still trying to lock up or take away a championship. Young Bodie Swanson used the weekend to leapfrog Caden Anderson for the 70cc CVT lead in the District standings. Swanson and Anderson finished one-two in their first moto of the weekend, but Anderson ran into some trouble and fell to the back of the pack in the second moto dropping him to fourth overall on the day. In the first moto of the second day, Swanson and Anderson

were right back at each other with Swanson again taking the edge in another one-two finish ahead of the rest of the class. Swanson finished the weekend out with a clean sweep of the class earning max points towards his eventual season championship. When it came to making a clean sweep of the weekend, Swanson wasn’t alone. Christopher Leaym got a sweep of his own in the 50cc Stock class for the weekend, taking all four motos ahead of Alex Sleyster, Isaac Teigen and others. Leaym had the season championship locked up coming in, and spent the weekend tearing up his favorite track in his final season

Christopher Leaym gives a victory pump on his way to a weekend sweep.

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on his 50. Next year he will have to move up to a bigger machine. Tyler Bakken also had a great weekend sweeping all four motos in Women’s class competition, leading each race start to finish ahead of Haylie Benson and Crystal Wilson. Mike Barnhart had to settle for three out of four for his weekend in the 450 class finishing with a first and second for the two days. Barnhart came in with the championship already wrapped up for the season and was just out for some fun with a bit of a gentlemen’s agreement that the A riders wouldn’t press each other this weekend. Barnhart looked to be on his way to a clean sweep when Mark Olejnichak decided in the final race of the weekend that he was tired of following Barnhart. Ole’ took after him and got the win in that final race earning top points for the second day. Overall it was a great weekend for racing, bragging and some light hearted ribbing. Thanks again to the Gray’s and the rest of the staff at Hurricane Hills for all their hard work in

putting on another great weekend of racing. Sunday Results: 50 Stk: 1.Christopher Leaym 2.Alex Sleyster 3.Nathaniel Otte 4.Isaac Teigen 5.Madison Nevala 70cc CVT: 1.Bodie Swanson 2.Sloan Pittman 3.Ethan Aune 4.Caden Anderson 5.Evan Teigen 90cc CVT: 1.Aaron Johnson 2.Caden Anderson 3.Dominic Bartell 4.Nick Otte 5.Gavin Rowland 90cc Mod: 1.Ryan Trout 2.Tyler Mack 3.Remington Guthman 90cc Rec Ltd: 1.Sloan Pittman 2.Ethan Poch Yth Prod: 1.Cole Keough 2.Brett Klewer Youth Sport: 1.Michael Hartigan Girls Yth Sport: 1.Remington Guthman 2.Amanda Thayer 3.Jacy Sleyster 16-24: 1.Nick Waxon 2.Brent Zeien 3.Mark Olejnichak 4.Robert Winkelman 5.Luke Waxon +25: 1.Roderic Bolstad +30: 1.David Gordon 2.Roderic Bolstad 3.Jason Graski +35: 1.Roderic Bolstad 2.David Gordon 3.Jim Meyer 4.Jim Tibbetts 5.Dale Thayer 450A: 1.Mike Barnhart 2.Mark Olejnichak 3.Jonathan Sedelbauer 450B: 1.Robert Winkelman 2.Zach Omara 3.Jake Tyler 4.Jason Graski 5.Kyle Johnson 450C: 1.Wade Reincke 2.Nick Waldbilling 3.Kenny McGowan 4.Jonathan Sleyster Open A: 1.Nick Waxon 2.Luke Waxon 3.Jonathan Sedelbauer


Open C: 1.Lucas Walkington 2.Seth Hertel 2-Str: 1.Tom Mrozek Women: 1.Tyler Bakken 2.Haylie Benson 3.Crystal Wilson 4.Allyson Westfield 5.Nichole Christenson Monday Results: 50 Stk: 1.Christopher Leaym 2.Alex Sleyster 3.Gabriel Guenther 4.Isaac Teigen 5.Nathaniel Otte 70cc CVT: 1.Bodie Swanson 2.Sloan Pittman 3.Ethan Aune 4.Caden Anderson 5.Austin Nevala 90cc CVT: 1.Aaron Johnson 2.Caden Anderson 3.Dominic Bartell 4.Gavin Rowland 5.Nick Otte 90cc Mod: 1.Ryan Trout 90cc Rec Ltd: 1.Sloan Pittman Youth Prod: 1.Cole Keough Youth Spt: 1.Michael Hartigan Girls Yth Spt: 1.Amanda Thayer 2.Jacy Sleyster 16-24: 1.Mark Olejnichak 2.Luke Waxon 3.Nick Waxon 4.Zachery Benson +25: 1.Roderic Bolstad +30: 1.David Gordon 2.Roderic Bolstad 3.Jason Graski +35: 1.David Gordon 2.Roderic Bolstad 3.Jim Meyer 4.Dale Thayer 450A: 1.Mark Olejnichak 2.Mike Barnhart 3.Zachery Benson 450B: 1.Jake Tyler 2.Jeremy Boehne 3.Zach Omara 4.Jonathan Sleyster 5.Jason Graski 450C: 1.Nick Waldbilling 2.Wade Reincke 3.Kenny McGowan OpenA: 1.Luke Waxon OpenC: 1.Seth Hertel 2.Lucas Walkington Utility: 1.Tyler Hewett Women: 1.Tyler Bakken 2.Haylie Benson 3.Crystal Wilson 4.Nichole Christensen

Tyler Bakken stays ahead of Haylie Benson in the Women’s class.

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Yellowstone Adventure

By Mike Quinn, D23 Chairman

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ne of the best parts of any vacation is the planning. In our case this was our year to take a trip out west with our road bikes and tour Yellowstone. We finalized our decision and chose the dates in October of 2009. My idea of a road trip is a very loose agenda, follow the road and see where it takes us. Little did I know that the female half of the other couple is a totally neurotic plan it down to the minute and seconds NASA type of planner. I arrived at my house after work a month later to find this couple seated at my kitchen table with a six foot high stack of brochures on Yellowstone. We are talking park tours, restaurant stops, canoeing, horseback riding and maybe even a Buffalo hunt. It took me a couple of hours, two pizzas, a ton of diet Dew, and folding on the park tour to convince her that this was a bike riding trip. We would take day trips and tour Wyoming, Yellowstone Park, Grand Teton National Park and into Montana. Our plans went something like this. Spend the week of July 4th in Grant Village in the southern part of Yellowstone Park and take day rides into the surrounding areas. So much to see and so little time to see it all. So come June we prep our trailer which takes a couple of nights to arrange so we can fit the two road bikes into it. You are probably thinking a real rider would ride his mount all the way out there but our wives werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t buying 58

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that. No way they were going to spend that long in the saddle. We awaken Friday morning July 2nd to deep blue cloudless skies, and my friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ultra Classic idling loudly in my drive way at T minus 60 minutes. So we load the bikes in the trailer and hop into the old ford pickup and head west on interstate 90. As we travel west on 90 the temperature starts to climb and the wind picks up. The old pick up is starting to struggle with the load, the heat and the gale force head

wind. It has been just long enough since I have headed for the hills that I had forgotten how bad the heat and wind in South Dakota are. Had it rained it would have been rated a category 5 hurricane. By the time we get to Wall Drug the truck is only pulling 30 miles an hour and that is with the a/c off and us broiling like lobsters under the withering sun. The temperature is up to 106 at this point. Winds are gusting up to fifty miles per hour so we call it a day and stay in Wall. While in Wall we eat at the infamous Wall Drug, do a little shopping and pick out some really nice politically incorrect t-shirts as souvenirs. At this point we are still excited about getting to the park, seeing the sights and riding the mountains, but I am having doubts about the truck getting us there with the transmission problems we have had on day one. Morning two we get up to a beautiful day, no clouds, moderate temp, and virtually no wind. After a quick stop at a Ford dealership in Rapid City they assure the tranny is ok and it was all the heat and wind that caused our problem. They tell me this happens to us all the time. Leery as I am we continue and find they must have been right because by the end of Saturday we find ourselves checking into our Grant Village Lodge rooms. The park really is beautiful and it turns out that Lake Yellowstone is huge, second in size only to Lake Tahoe among all mountain lakes. The other thing we learn is that even though it is July, the climate is not just moderate, it is very cool to cold at this altitude. Sunday morning July 4th starts with a bus tour of the park. As you probably picked


on by now this was not very high on my list of things to do. As it turns out I recommend this tour to anyone going to Yellowstone. I couldn’t believe how much we learned about the geography, geology, wild life and history of the park. It was well worth the time we spent and we did get to see Old Faithful erupt. This Park is massive encompassing some 2.2 million acres, and is reputed to be the first National Park in the US. We conclude the day with dinner at the village restaurant and make our plans for Monday. I am now getting really excited. Monday we are going north through the Lemur Valley and highway 212 through the Beartooth Pass. This is a ride I have been planning on taking for over decade. An absolutely majestic, breath taking, looking over the edge of three thousand foot cliffs ride into the village of Red Lodge, Montana. Returning to the park through via Cody, Wy and the Chief Joseph highway. Touring on a road bike is special because you do not just see an area, you experience the area by being in the open. Monday morning we have a quick breakfast, add a few layers of clothing, put on the chaps, and head north for Lemur pass. Temperature is cool but reasonable. By the two hour mark we are climbing in elevation and there is quite a bit of snow still in the ditches up here. I am really glad my wife and I brought enough warm clothing for this particular ride as it is now what I would consider cold. The temp is around 35 to 37 degrees at this altitude. The speed limit in the park is 45 mph, although it is rare that we even maintain that speed with all the tourists stopping to take pictures of the scenery. As we slowly wind our way up into the mountains taking curve after curve I keep a close eye on my mirror to make sure our partners are always there with us. I am torn between looking at the scenery and paying attention to piloting the bike. It is one of the more incredible experiences of my life. And then I notice that the head light for our partners bike is no longer behind us. I slow down even more and wait for them to catch up. When they don’t I get that very sick nasty feeling in my gut that something has gone wrong. I really don’t want to be up here in the mountains doing maintenance on a bike. I find an overlook and pull over. We wait a few more minutes still no partner in sight. We turn around and head back the way we came and sure enough we find them. It seems Bill missed a curve and went off the road. Thankfully it was the right curve and they went into the mountain side once off the road. The sight is crowded with people, the rangers and medics have already been

called so I assess the damage to persons and machines and conclude that our ride for the day is over. It turns out that Bill has a broken wrist and sore knee. His wife is bruised but otherwise in good shape. She apparently landed on top of him using him as a cushion obviously accounting for his injuries and her lack of them. And who says chivalry is dead. The rest of the day is taken up following the ambulance to the aid station and then a trip to Jackson Wyoming Hospital where they fix Bill’s wrist and knee. At this point things aren’t looking too bad. All we have left for challenges are wedging Bill with all of his plaster and knee bracing into the pick up for the ride home, and of course going back up to Yellowstone to retrieve his bike. My idea was to load Bill’s bike in the trailer and duct tape him to it for the trip home so he could at least say he rode home. Needless

to say this idea was vetoed very quickly by both of our wives. They have lost their sense of adventure (and humor) by this point. As luck would have it Mayo Clinic solved our problem for us by sending an air ambulance out to Jackson to get Bill back home (talk about a great benefit of working for them) so all my wife and I had left to do was go back to Yellowstone load the broken bike and drive home. Even this turned out to be an interesting endeavor. We head up to Canyon Village from Grant Village as this is where they towed the bike. Being this will be my last chance to ride we decide I will ride my bike and my wife will follow with the truck and trailer. As we are cruising along I miss a turn (I am big on taking scenic routes) and we end up back at Old Faithful for a second time. So of course we back track, find the right road, and start the trek up to Canyon. By this time a one hour trip has been turned into a three hour trip and my wife has totally lost her

sense of humor. As we near Canyon Village traffic comes to a total standstill. Stopped cars for as far as we can see. It is like the San Diego Freeway minus all the extra lanes. As we inch our way along the cause of the tie up becomes apparent. We have come across a herd of Buffalo and they are not going to be hurried into crossing the road. Creeping along the highway I am looking at hundreds of buffalo and thinking about how big an animal they really are. 2000 pounds of muscle and bone, they can jump a six foot fence from a standstill, and run fairly fast too. They really are a fascinating animal and they are getting very close to me as I sit on my bike waiting my turn to get past the crossing. I finally get to the crossing area and it looks like I will be able to motor right on through with no problems. Wrong again. The people in the truck ahead of me decide they want a few more close up photos of momma buffalo and her calf. This probably would be pretty cool if I hadn’t been sitting out in the open on a bike six feet from a curious calf with momma standing guard. The calf decides to get real curious and heads straight for me with momma in tow. At this point I am ready to kill the driver in the truck ahead of me as he is still taking pictures while the distance between me and buffalo shrinks. The calf is only a few feet from me staring at me and momma is by this time eyeballing me real serious like. I am looking for an escape route, cussing out the people in front of me, making up new prayers and trying to keep my undies clean and dry all at the same time. Just as I am starting to inch my way off the road the calf turns the other way and wanders toward the opposite ditch. The people in front of me finally start moving so I am off, talk about stress relief. We finally get to Canyon Village get his bike loaded and start the long drive home. The trip home was totally uneventful which we were both ready for as you might imagine. Would we do it again? In a heartbeat. We never came close to seeing all that we wanted to. Our friends are on the mend and talking about a return trip. We definitely learned a lot about the area and about being prepared for a trip in the mountains. I will always remember how quickly the temperature dropped at altitude. In the end I am convinced that Bill was not dressed near warm enough and got hypothermic causing the accident. The only real change for us is that at our age we have moved the return trip to Yellowstone from our TO DO list to our Bucket list. It will happen again. Let me know if you would like to join us for the adventure. CYCLE USA, December 2010

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Midwest VMX Season ends

Riders wait for the start of the Hare Scrambles event.

Walnut, Illinois - October 9 By Clint Landis

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idwest VMX completed the 2010 season at Sunset Ridge MX, finishing the year with record attendance, and featuring both hare scramble and motocross races on this sunny October Saturday. This was the third full season for Midwest VMX which offers an eight race series in MN, IA and Illinois tracks featuring both vintage and modern classes on tracks set-up for vintage friendly racing (no whoops and big gap jumps). It was a great 2010 for the new series with record attendance throughout the year, and cooperative weather at all events. Be sure to take a look at midwestvmx.com for the 2011 schedule in late December and come out and give the series a try! Back to the races. We started a beautiful October 9 Saturday with a hare scrambles track put together by Craig Hayes and track owner Bob Pistole. The track was met with amazing reviews and provided a great opportunity to run a vintage friendly hare scramble on either a vintage or modern bike. In the Modern A class, Mark Spizzirri (dad) won the overall and defeated Tony Spizzirri (son) who was running a close second but a flat tire moved him back to a fifth place finish. Mike McConaughy ran a solid race for second followed by Scott Lindahl in third and Gary Lingbeck in fourth. Meanwhile, Modern B was won by young Jarrett Winder on a Suzuki followed by Brian Fowler on a Yamaha. Modern C was won by Nathan McKeag. In Vintage A, class architect Craig Hayes got the win with Gene Wolstenholm placing second. Vintage B was won by Robert Garcia and Vintage C by Becky Hayes. Following the hare scrambles, the motocross races kicked in as the temperatures warmed up. Sunset Ridge created an MX track that combined both a grass and traditional motocross layout - creating some very competitive racing. It’s sure fun to have a track where you can hit 5th gear (or 6th for

some) wide open - mixed in with some great berms, sweepers, table tops and rollers. And the up hill sand section provided the greatest challenge where positions changed frequently as consistency was hard to achieve on this difficult obstacle. In the 14/24 class, Tony Spizzirri came away with the overall (2-1) but not without some strong competition from brothers Rob and Jon Landis who finished 2nd and 3rd overall. In the most hotly contested class, Vintage +50B, Gary Lingbeck came away with the win on his Kawasaki, followed by Dave Shumway and Tom Heger, both on Husky’s. It was great to see Ron Garrington again as he posted wins in the Vintage +60B and Evo/Revo +60B classes. He continues to prove that motocross isn’t only a great sport, but something you can do well into your 60’s and 70’s. Finally, David Zigmont posted the most class wins of the day bringing home first place in Innovation Heavyweight A, Lightweight A and Revolution Lightweight A – congratulations David. The night finished with a fantastic dinner and awards banquet at the Walnut Country Club. It was our best turnout ever, and the night mc’d by Mitch Winder, offered great food, door prizes for all attendants, year-end awards and some great bench racing. And, the Iowa riders - self described as the “MOFIA” kept the energy high with their celebrations and challenges to the Illinois riders for 2011! Thanks again for all the track owners and riders for supporting the Midwest VMX series in 2010 and making it our best year ever. We look forward to an even better 2011! Motocross Results: 14/24: 1.Tony Spizzirri 2.Rob Landis 3.Jon Landis 4.Brad Figel 50cc: 1.Sam Eisen 85cc: 1.Logan Housenga 2.Braden Housenga Evo/Revo +40A: 1.Clint Landis Evo/Revo +40B: 1.Brian Fowler 2.Robert Garcia Evo/Revo +50A: 1.Gene Wolstenholm Evo/Revo +50B: 1.Jim Swinson Evo/Revo +60B: 1.Ron Garrington Evo/Revo Open A: 1.Shane Housenga 2.Craig Hayes

Evo Hvy A: 1.Cody Anderson 2.Paul Jensen 3.John Heger Evo Hvy B: 1.Richard Anderson 2.Tim Smith Evo Lht B: 1.Christopher Dostal 2.Phillip Fuhlman 3.Dwayne Phillips Evo Nov: 1.Terry Wright 2.Clint Schreiber 3.Mitchell Smith Inno Hvy A: 1.David Zigmont 2.John Bacher Inno Lht A: 1.David Zigmont Inno Nov: 1.Keith Tovey 2.Patrick Rosenow Inno B: 1.Jim Swinson Mod 250A: 1.Tony Spizzirri Mod 250B: 1.Lonnie Netzel 2.Brad Netzel Mod 250C: 1.Nathan Mckeag 2.Taylor Tovey 3.Austin Hrubec 4.Ed Figel Mod +30B: 1.Eric Bullard 2.Jeff Hrubec Mod +40A: 1.Scott Lindahl 2.Ron Daugherty Mod +40B: 1.Eric Haigh 2.Randy Smith 3.Jeff Hrubec 4.Mitch Winder Mod +50A: 1.Scott Lindahl Mod +50B: 1.Dave Shumway 2.Duane Jeter Modern C: 1.Joel Mckeag 2.Derek Pistole 3.Brad Figel 4.Austin Hrubec Revo Hvy A: 1.Shane Housenga 2.Gene Wolstenholm 3.Matthew Prater Revo Lht A: 1.David Zigmont Revo Lht B: 1.Robert Garcia Revo Nov: 1.Mark Eisen Vint +40B: 1.Robert Zacks 2.Curt Krieger 3.Paul Pellett Vint +50A: 1.Michael Lenz 2.Craig Brandt Vint +50B: 1.Gary Lingbeck 2.Dave Shumway 3.Tom Heger 4.Lonnie Netzel 5.Michael Corey Vint +60B: 1.Ron Garrington Vint Hvy A: 1.Joshua Lenz 2.Paul Jensen Vint Hvy B: 1.Robert Zacks 2.Jeffrey Jarnagin 3.Adam Bayliss Vint Lht A: 1.Paul Jensen Vint Lht B: 1.Jeffrey Jarnagin Vint Nov: 1.Terry Wright 2.Jack Walcher 3.Randy Thompson Vint Open A: 1.Joshua Lenz Vint Open B: 1.Robert Zacks Women: 1.Becky Hayes 2.Cymantha Corey 3.Amy Caballero 12/16 Schlby: 1.Phillip Anderson 2.Jarrett Winder Evo/Revo B: 1.Richard Anderson Hare Scrambles Results: Modern A: 1.Mark Spizzirri 2.Mike Mcconaughy 3.Scott Lindahl 4.Gary Lingbeck 5.Tony Spizzirri Mod B: 1.Jarrett Winder 2.Brian Fowler 3.Adam Bayliss 4.Eric Haigh 5.Chris Dostal Mod C: 1.Nathan McKeag 2.Joel McKeag 3.Chris Caballero 4.Paul Pellett 5.Ron Garrington Vintage A: 1.Craig Hayes 2.Gene Wolstenholm 3.Paul Jensen 4.Ron Daugherty Vint B: 1.Robert Garcia 2.Mark Caballero 3.Jeff Jarnagin 4.Robert Zacks Vint C: 1.Becky Hayes 2.Mark


David Zigmont had a great day, winning three classes.


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