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Special Events July 15......Dist 17 Motocross July 21..Racer-X Vet Series

Special day for vet riders... expanded classes, see web

Friday July 20th vet practice session 3-7pm

Aug 4/5........Midwest VMX Weekend 1st Annual “1617MX” Reunion race District 16-17 Reunion race celebrating our mx history Vintage motocross, some modern and extra Vet classes

Aug 5........AMA limited modern class race We added more modern bike classes so everyone can be part of the fun

Your tion Destina t a For Gre d an Riding ! Big Fun

Aug 26 Dist 17 Motocross

District 17 Bonus Points & Great River Series event

Sept 29....Bikes only this weekend.... Dist 17 MX Sept 30.........Pro-Am Race/ D17 MX Huge event - Pro Am classes and all D17 Bike Classes

Oct 6.......................Midwest VMX MX Vintage classes with a good mix of modern classes

Oct 7..............................Grand Prix Long motos, mix of grass track, woods, and MX.

Oct 21 .............Dist 17 Motocross Great River Series event

Open Riding See website for dates/ more information Scheduled practice dates feature a GROOMED track with flaggers and EMT’s on site!! Call hotline 815-379-9534 for Wednesday practice info.

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Sat Aug. 4th - Full VMX Vintage Race on grass track Vintage classes, as well as a few fun modern bike classes so everyone can ride the grass track

Sat Aug. 4th - Open Practice From 4-6:00 On The Big Track $10 Open Ride to kick-off the 1617 Reunion

Sat Aug. 4th - 1617 Reunion Party begins at 6PM

Special guest, barbeque/ corn boil, vintage bike display, great family evening, only $10 person

Sunday Aug. 5th - Special Race Day!

Full VMX vintage class schedule PLUS AMA sanctioned limited modern class race program on the motocross track!

Sunday Race Classes: +25, +30A, +40 - CASH Payback! +30B/C, Schoolboy, College boy 65cc Open, 85cc Open - Trophy classes VMX Vintage classes

This will be a very cool day as the classic vintage classes run with our most popular modern bikes classes on the big track! Something for everyone! Don’t miss this one!

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TRACKSIDE Volume 21, #5 - July 2012

From the Back of the Pack By Mike Quinn, D23 Chairman

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It has been a couple of months since I have written anything. This has been one of the busiest springs I’ve experienced. It looks to be slowing somewhat. Our numbers for the early events have been a little higher than last year. This is good and I hope a sign of us getting back to where we were prior to the economic crunch. Our membership numbers are just a bit ahead of last year at this time so again we are hopeful we will see this trend continue. All of you out there that have street bikes, put aside Saturday the 22nd of September. A few of us are putting together the First Annual Ride for Rights tour. We will have a route through the beautiful Bluff Country of Southeast Minnesota. The proceeds will go to our legislative fund which supports lobbyist and legislative efforts. D23 is the only organization in MN that has a lobbyist working for the rights of motorcycle riders and racers. Look for more info in the near future. I would also like to take a few sentences to pay tribute to and honor one our members that passed away recently. Dale Howard was a late comer to our sport. He started racing and attending events with his son Garret about eighteen months ago. In that time Dale became a hard core racer at heart, and gave the sport everything he had. He was fun, dedicated and a sincere family man. For those that knew him and had the pleasure of spending time with him he will be sorely missed. Our hearts and prayers go out to his sons and new grandchild. We will miss his smiling face at the tracks and in the pits. On The Cover:

#48 Trey Johnson and Morgen Mischler battle at the Aztalan Short Track Saturday night, June 16th. Photo by Cycle USA

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July 2012 Contributors Thank you! Mike Nelson Bruce Currie Kevin Northrup Rose Dorcey Rolfe Otterness Neil Dornik Martha Peters Pete Emme Tracy Petrack Troy Fisher Michael Pohl Doug Forstner Josh Rud Dave Hollub Becky Stichter Rose Kruse Bert Sumner Gordon Lunde Missi Thede Laurel Lunde Cody Wills Tim McBride 6 CYCLE USA, July 2012

Announcements, personal stuff, and.... Also watch the web site closely as there will be several fund raising events coming up so our community can help his sons meet unexpected expenses. Godspeed Dale, somehow I can see you up there turning the clouds into triples. Whatever you ride and race, enjoy every minute of it. Stay in shape and stay alert, especially if you ride on the road. I’m hoping to see each of you on the tracks, trails and roads of Minnesota before the end of the 2012 season. Ride hard. Mike Sunset Ridge MX to host First Annual 1617 Motocross Reunion The history of Motocross in Districts 16 & 17 will be celebrated on August 4th at Sunset Ridge MX, Walnut Illinois. The 1617MX Reunion has been a dream of many riders/racers for several years, and the dream is finally coming together. On Saturday August 4th, in conjunction with the 2012 Midwest VMX Series, a reunion of Motocrossers, both past and present, will come together to share stories and relive memories of days gone by. The day will include a full Midwest VMX Vintage Race on the grass track, a two hour open practice on the Motocross track, followed by the reunion party. There will be special guests, a BBQ and corn boil and a vintage bike display, with family fun for all ages! All this followed by more racing on Sunday using the big (regular) mx track. Classes will be available for all riders both days, bikes and minis. For more information visit sunsetridgemx.com, contact Woody Graves@woodysvintagegp@gmail.com or Cory Anderson@coryanderson1958@gmail.com.

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Peters’ Perfect at D15 Championship Neoga, Illinois - June 10 By Bud Northrup Photos by Martha Peters

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he Peters family enjoyed an incredible day at the 2012 District 15/ Indiana State Hill Climb Championship race on June 10th. Matt Peters won all three classes he entered and took the Overall Fast Time award, while his son Levi claimed both youth classes he entered, and also took the Youth Fast Time award. Matt claimed his Fast Time on his first ride in the Senior class on his KX500, slipping under Cody Jenner by 1/1,000 of a second. Jenner had posted a 2.321 second time to take the first round lead in the 600cc class and set the fast time to that point. Incredibly, Peters and Jenner also tied for first place with 2.439 second rides in the 450cc class, with Peters winning the tiebreaker ride with a 2.361 second high flying ride on his KTM380. Jenner’s win in the 600cc class was also tight as Joe McGurer was only 6/1,000 of a second behind him. Great racing at Neoga! Matt’s third win came in the 250cc class where he found himself behind both Marty

50cc class podium: Brodie Bennett, Olivia Young, and Jaydn Aliprandini.

Steinacher, who posted the first round lead with a 2.597 second run, and Joe McGurer. In the second round, McGurer slipped under Steinacher, then Jon Creek moved into the lead with a 2.530 second time. Peters held the throttle on his Honda just a bit longer, however, and flew over in 2.480 seconds, taking the class championship and setting up the possibility of a perfect championship day. Meanwhile, son Levi Peters had already claimed his perfect day. Levi took his first win in the 65cc youth class with a 3.392 second first round ride. Lilah McGurer was second on her Kawasaki in 3.566 seconds, having to defeat Gage Stear in a tiebreaker ride for second place. Levi also needed only one ride to take the 85Jr class championship. His 3.253 second first round time held up for the class win as well as taking the Youth Fast Time trophy. Jedikiah Goering claimed second in that class. In the 50cc class Alivia Young took the class championship. Jacob Bell took the 85Sr class win. Lakota ‘Shay’ Ashworth was the Women’s class winner with Ali Harnish and Lilah McGurer second and third.

Levi and Matt Peters both scored a “perfect” day, winning all classes entered and taking the day’s Fast Time awards. Championship Results: 50cc: 1.Alivia Young 2.Brodie Bennett 3.Jaydn Aliprandini. 65cc: 1.Levi Peters 2.Lilah McGurer 3.Gage Stear 4.Jedikiah Goering 5.Derick Bell. 85Jr: 1.Levi Peters 2.Jedikiah Goering 3.Derick Bell 4.Gage Stear 5.Jonathon Brian. 85Sr: 1.Jacob Bell 2.Dakota Brian 3.Reece Hutton 4.Clayton Hirsch 5.Ali Harnish. Women: 1.Lakota Ashworth 2.Ali Harnish 3.Lilah McGurer 4.Liz Klett 5.Stacey Morris. 125cc: 1.Kyle Galloway 2.Lucas Learnard 3.Marty Steinacher. 200cc: 1.Brian Shutt. 250cc: 1.Matt Peters 2.Jon Creek 3.Joe McGurer 4.Marty Steinacher 5.Jarred Brown. 450cc: 1.Matt Peters 2.Cody Jenner 3.Chuck Mathewson 4.Kirk Gorsuch 5.Andrew Groth. 600cc: 1.Cody Jenner 2.Joe McGurer 3.Troy Camerer 4.Andy Fortner 5.Jared McKay. 600 4St: 1.Cody Jenner 2.Chuck Mathewson 3.Kirk Gorsuch 4.Troy Camerer 5.Andrew Groth. OPN: 1.Al Petty 2.Brian Klett. +40: 1.Matt Peters 2.Andy Fortner 3.Scott Petty 4.Jon Creek 5.Kelly Brady. +50: 1.Scott Petty 2.Mark Peters 3.Keith Klett. 400 St: 1.Kyle Galloway 2.Troy Camerer 3.Andy Fortner 4.Robby Noyes 5.Kodi Harnish. Opn St: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Steve Bell. QD-2: 1.Paul Hillard 2.Evan Zimmerman. QD-4: 1.Jody Timmins 2.Jeff Ramey.

Sunday Results: 50cc: 1.Brodie Bennett 2.Jaydn Aliprandini 3.Kody Groth. 65cc: 1.Derick Bell 2.Levi Peters 3.Brodie Bennett 4.Gage Stear 5.Andrew Fortner. 85Jr: 1.Jon Brian 2.Levi Peters 3.Andrew Fortner 4.Jed Goering 5.Derick Bell. 85Sr: 1.Skyler Rohr 2.Jacob Bell 3.Dakota Watson 4.Reece Hutton 5.Clay Hirsch. Women: 1.Shay Ashworth 2.Lilah McGurer 3.Ali Harnish 4.Liz Klett 5.Stacey Morris. 125cc: 1.Lucas Learnard 2.Kyle Galloway. 200cc: 1.Brian Shutt 2.Shay Ashworth. 250cc: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Jon Creek 3.Matt Peters 4.Robert Fortner 5.Marty Steinacher. 450cc: 1.Josh Denson 2.Cody Jenner 3.Matt Peters 4.Dan Groth 5.Dylan Brady. 600cc: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Jared McKay 3.Dan Groth 4.Josh Denson 5.Bobby Senn. 600 4St: 1.Cody Jenner 2.Kirk Gorsuch 3.Dan Groth 4.Troy Camerer 5.Chuck Mathewson. OPN: 1.Brian Klett. +40: 1.Matt Peters 2.Mike Pulver 3.Jon Creek 4.Andy Fortner. +50: 1.Mark Peters 2.Keith Klett. 400 St: 1.Andy Fortner 2.Sheldon Truelove 3.Kyle Galloway 4.Troy Camerer 5.Mike Pulver. Opn St: 1.Ben Elson 2.Joe McGurer 3.Mike Pulver 4.Steve Bell. Qd-4: 1.Jeff Ramey.

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Another winning day in Mankato Mankato, Minnesota - June 3 By Dusty Rose

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ith a hazy sky above the motocross track near Mankato, the racers had parked their trailers, opened the doors and unloaded their bikes. They hoped for a rain free day. Many anxious riders were ready to rip a holeshot, maneuver their way through the motocross track and grab the checkered flag on this first Sunday in June. When the gates dropped for the Open A class, Luke Routh found himself in the lead position as Nathan Kohnke, Bryce Bernloehr and James Carsten raced each other through the first couple turns and up through the woods. After one lap, Kohnke and Carsten to close for comfort fighting. Kohnke cranked the throttle and snuck by Routh for the lead. Then as they came into sight from the trees, Carsten had also passed Routh to take over second place. Kohnke kept it fast and furious and took the checkered flag with Carsten on his tail and Routh grabbing third. In the second moto, Routh once again

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snatched the holeshot with the two Hondas of Kohnke and Carsten close behind. Carsten wasted no time and passed both Kohnke and Routh. In lap four, back in the woods, Kohnke tried some different lines and more throttle and swiftly took the lead, once again claiming the checkered flag, as Carsten took second and Bryce Bernloehr from Savage, MN, came from behind and rushed in for third. In the Schoolboy 12-16 class Walker Kruse from Janesville, MN came off the line and captured the holeshot for the first moto start. Joseph Trom and Joe Jorgensen were hot on his back tire. Emerging from the tree line and down the big hill, Kruse maintained the lead. After three laps, Kruse riding his 125cc KTM, opened up a good lead James Carsten rode to and had a second overall in Open A. wide open all he could, but Wroe held him off. Kruse, path to the checkered flag. Wroe and Flintrop go one-two-three through Trom held on for second. the finish line. Back in the woods, Brad Moto two began with Kruse, Wroe and Bauer passed Jorgensen Flintrop working their way through turns one and crossed the finish line and two, then up the step up and out of sight for third place. into the trees. Descending the big hill, the The gated dropped in three riders sailed over the triple and careened moto two and Kruse for a through turn fourteen. Kruse gradually pulled second time sped out to the away and captured the checkered flag first holeshot followed by Bauer with Wroe and Flintrop taking second and and Jorgensen. Kruse exethird. cuted a flawless race and Kruse commented, “I had a pretty good once more took the checkday, winning both the Schoolboy and Superered flag. Bauer from River mini classes. I’d like to thank Kruse InsulaFalls, WI seized second tion, Froehlich Towing, Berry Pallets, Kruse place. Jorgensen and Trom Cut Wood, HyVee, Starr Cycle, Curtis Mainslapped plastics in the last tenance, Jorgensen Bro’s, Inc., Lindeland turn with Jorgensen winFarms, Motokazie and my family.” ning out for third. No hard By the end of the motocross races the feelings though, as they sun appeared, the racers packed up their bikes gave each other the thumbs and closed the trailer doors. Riders bid each up and headed back to their other good bye and headed home with trailers. thoughts of where the motocross races are Kruse’s impressive next weekend, and how Monday through Friday continued in the Superday are going to be so-o-o-o-o long. mini class he gunned it and managed to take the Results: holeshot. Cody Wroe set250A: 1.Ben Graves 2.James Carsten tled into second followed 250B: 1.Blake Raskovich 2.Kyle Ohnsorg 3.Bryce Werner 4.Alexander Linders 5.Walker Kruse by Tom Flintrop from 250C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Jeffrey Doege 3.Zach AnWaseca, MN. As the race derson 4.Tyler Schmiesing 5.Brandon Beranek progressed so did Kruse, +30A: 1.Luke Routh 2.Adam Koch 3.Adam Johnson 4.Levi Mcmains 5.Darwin Frideres pulling out to a six second +30B: 1.Craig Danberry 2.Josh Cherro 3.Jason lead. Flintrop was giving it Remer 4.Joel Young 5.Josh Neutgens


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Summers 5.Zach Strecker +40A: 1.Darwin Frideres 2.Norman Miesen 3.Eric Sette 4.Steve Annen 5.Chuck Thompson +40B: 1.Sean Robertson 2.Jeff Schreurs 3.Bill Cunningham 4.Raymond Riedl 5.John Dahlen +40C: 1.John Grommersch 2.John Berends 3.Cory Wiltse 4.Randall Ross 5.Mitch Trom 125 12+: 1.Kyle Ohnsorg 2.Trevor Archibald 3.Joe Jorgensen 4.Corey Jahnke 5.Beau Boerner Open C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Corey Danberry 3.Zach Anderson 4.Brad Bauer 5.Daniel Hansen Open D: 1.Zachery Wiltse 65cc 7-9: 1.Dillon Nelson 2.Austin Kristiansen 3.Cole Summers 4.Walker Krampitz 5.Kyle Johnson 65cc 10-11: 1.Kaleb Carman 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Zach Strecker 4.Zack Sherman 5.Austin Stewart Schlby 12-16: 1.Walker Kruse 2.Brad Bauer 3.Joseph Trom 4.Joe Jorgensen 5.Bret Holland +30C: 1.Rob Vanderhof 2.Jerrod Remer 3.John Grommersch 4.Ryan Rouillard 5.Josh Creamer +50: 1.Mike Mineheine 2.Lee Arntz 3.Dave Hencir 4.John Dahlen Women 12+: 1.Anna Flintrop 2.Jessica Hansen 3.Allison Larson 4.Sophia Johnson 5.Katie Vanderwerf Premix 7-8: 1.Timmy Kristiansen 2.Nolyn Hempel 3.Dillon Nelson 4.Cole Marsolek 5.Jevaun Nygren Premix 4-6: 1.Mccoy Leger 2.Braxton Kragenbring 50cc Multi-spd: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Mccoy Leger 3.Ethan Rennie 4.Lacey Carlson 5.Ryan Sheetz 50cc Shaft: 1.Logan Holtz 50cc Inj: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Mccoy Leger

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Fun Valley Season Opener Montezuma, Iowa - May 26 By Missi Thede & Tracy Petrak Photos by Missi Thede

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un plus warm temps equaled a perfect weekend for the opener at Fun Valley in Montezuma. Everyone was anxious to get on the track to check out the changes, and get their opportunity at the new hairpin holeshot. First on the gate was the 1424 B/C class with nine anxious riders ready to get the weekend underway. Grabbing the holeshot was Dylan Busby with Jake Harnish and Chase Conis right behind. Chase Juhl made his way past Harnish but Harnish took his position back during the last lap, keeping it tight to the end with Juhl still in pursuit. Second moto saw Busby take the lead with Harnish on his tail and Juhl in third. Busby stretched his lead and Juhl quickly passed into second with Conis in fourth. The next lap Conis moved on Harnish taking the third to the finish. Overall for the day was Busby, Conis, Juhl and Harnish. The next class off the gate was Quad 90 CVT. Gage Beebe took the holeshot and led throughout the race, leaving the

battle to the others. Cody Spiegelhalter, Austin Hayes and Roderick Philipp kept it close throughout the race with Philipp swapping spots with Hayes through the double-doubles. Hayes worked his way up to Spiegelhalter over the double after the finish line. Spiegelhalter kept running hard and maintained his second spot as Hayes and Philipp were trying to get an edge on him. With the last lap the finish was decided - Beebe took it home while Hayes and Spiegelhalter battled to the wire through the rollers and over the finish line for a #308 Tyler Davis and John Benda in the photo finish with Hayes tak- Quad A Production class second moto. ing second. lead while Conrad Schipper, In the second moto Beebe Zach Wallace and Kody Pirie again took the lead. Philipp and manned second through fourth Spiegelhalter were next into the during the second lap. Dalton uphill whoops section. Hayes Brandel gained on Pirie as Schipmade his move into third. Beebe per had a setback dropping him had mechanical issues and back to fifth. The first moto win Philipp took over the lead for the went to Brommel ahead of Walwin. Overall for the day was lace, Brandel and Pirie in fourth. Hayes, Philipp and Spiegelhalter. The second moto had In the Open A class Ben Brommel in the lead again with Brommel took the holeshot with Brandel second and Schipper everyone else trying to not get third. Wallace soon assumed caught up in the tight hairpin second place with Pirie in third turn. Brommel maintained his and they finished that way. With a perfect HOT day on Saturday, the excitement, and beautiful weather continued to Sunday’s event. This was a great day to open the long weekend, and Fun Valley season.

#813 Ben Cooper and Stone Schildroth battle in 250C.

Saturday May 26 Results: 14-24B/C: 1.Dylan Busby 2.Chase Conis 3.Chase Juhl 4.Jacob Harnish 5.Kevin Goette Quad 90 CVT: 1.Austin Hayes 2.Roderick Philipp 3.Cody Spiegelhalter 4.Gage Beebe +25A: 1.Michael Steven +30A: 1.Jared Curry 2.Chad Karstens 3.Scott McBurney +30B/C: 1.Michael Tremmel 2.Bryce VanWyngarden Quad A: 1.Zachary Harris 2.Dalton Hicks 3.Sean Taylor 4.Benji Lorenz 5.John Benda Women: 1.Marissa Busby 2.Darcy Goette 3.Kaylea Stoker Schlby: 1.Wade Brommel 2.Aaron Miller Open B 1.Chase Conis 2.Josh Crawford 3.Jacob Harnish Open C: 1.Drew Peterson 2.Stone Schildroth 3.Zakary Kraft 4.Ben Cooper 5.Kane Crawford 50Sr: 1.Gage Steburg 2.Isaac Moyle

3.Zane Brownsberger 4.James Orres 5.Eli Hoversten 50Jr: 1.Kaiden Knaack 2.Kyler Knaack 3.Tyler Lee 4.Carter Birkenholtz 5.Gage Brock Quad 50: 1.Cody Spiegelhalter 2.Logan Rathbun Quad 90 Opn: 1.Sky Volkamer 2.Gage Beebe Open A: 1.Ben Brommel 2.Zachary Wallace 3.Kody Pirie 4.Dalton Brandel 5.Chad Karstens Quad B: 1.Austin Voorhees 2.Zach Davis 3.Casey Beaver 4.Gramm Meyer +40B/C: 1.Jeff Fisher 2.Nicole Weis 3.Cole Seip 4.Michael Petrak 5.Christopher Chadek Quad A Prod: 1.Dalton Hicks 2.Sean Taylor 3.Tyler Davis 4.John Benda 5.Zachary Harris 65Jr: 1.Gage Steburg 2.Maliq Mccaleb 3.Jada Murphy 4.Paxton Jobe 5.Isaac Moyle 65Sr: 1.Ruger Brown 2.Tristan Bell 3.Clay Van Wyk 4.Jay Marcotte 5.Zack Frederick Quad Jr: 1.Sky Volkamer Quad B/C Prod: 1.Austin Voorhees 2.Casey Beaver 3.Gramm Meyer Quad C 1.Josh Beukema 2.Brian Clark 125: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Aaron Miller 3.Brennan Hanson 4.Cody Seaton 5.Adam Deregnier 85Sr: 1.Travis Larson 2.Cass McKeag 3.Justin Wallace 4.Dane Balzer 5.Reece Kruse 250A: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Conrad Schipper 3.Dalton Brandel 4.Zachary Wallace 85Jr: 1.Maliq Mccaleb 2.Tristan Bell 3.Clay Van Wyk 4.Kian Mc Keag 5.Ruger Brown 250C: 1.Chad Jochems 2.Drew Peterson 3.Dillon Nall 4.Ben Cooper 5.Stone Schildroth SuperMini: 1.Travis Larson 2.Justin Wallace 3.Andrew Mueller Jr 4.Reece Kruse 5.Spencer Dede 250B: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Wade Brommel 3.Chase Juhl 4.Nick Ryan 5.Dakota Anderson CYCLE USA, July 2012

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Vance Cruises at Fox Valley Wedron, Illinois - June 24 By trackman Photos by Tanya

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other nature can be a evil, with weeks on end and not a drop of rain in site, she chooses to tease us with large clouds and spectacular radar offerings, only to not give it up. Five events have happened in the last six months or so at Fox Valley, all with rain during or before the event, even though the rest of weeks have gone without rain. This event went the other way. The big non-event was dark clouds and not a drop. Dust was the result and anyone who rides off-road knows that it can get very sketchy fast if you can't see. As the day wore on, well there wasn't a clean truck in the parking lot. Starting off the day was the 65 Beginner and the SuperMini, 85's and 65cc classes. The 65 Beginner class headed off on to a special course, much of it newly cut virgin trail that has

been cut by a enthusiastic sixteen year old and his brother. Nice pine trees, with a few apple trees to dodge were the order of the day. Blake Phelps led the way with Conner Mabus and Jay Pelka in tow. A few corners and some rubbin looked to be in the favor of Pelka taking the lead and winning. Mabus ended in second ahead of Phelps. SuperMini was hotly contested by Matt McDonald (245) and Braxton Bill (269). They were the first to attack the new log which was in place the last event, but with all the mud wasn't attempted by many. Flawlessly they skirted the 30'' something inch log with ease. In fact not to be out done, 85cc class rider Mason Schuhler (301) was making that log look pretty easy. McDonald kept on the gas and slowly pulled away at the end of this hour dash. Schuhler who has a strangle hold on FVOR race events wasn't challenged this day, and raced on to the win in the 85cc class.

John Conley struggles with the log crossing as Nick Blacklaw takes it all in, maybe with a little teasing at the same time...

65cc saw the Thor Rick rocket out into the lead with Garrett Ward and Tanner Whipple both hot on his heels. Ward passed Rick and led many laps til a tree didn't move and planted him on the ground. "WFO's" own Tanner Whipple had gained a lot of time on Ward, taking advantage of his crash and went on for the win. Ward finished second and Eli Otterbach took home third. Morning big bike racers lined up for the dusty start and Sam Mertes (649) shook off the

morning sluggishness and found himself in the lead. The almost Super Sr Wally Mika isn't ready just yet to allow some "new kid" to run up front. On the start of the second lap Mertes hiccupped and Mika rocketed by. Duane Martin, Dave Moose, and Joe Pearson all kept the leaders honest, and rode an excellent race. DJ Ryan kept the rest of the Geritol group honest and took third overall, and second in +50B. The question of the day was how many 50 something year olds could bench press thier

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motorcycle over the log at one time. From the photos we seen at least three at a time! Determination, commitment, and desire sounds like the right terms to describe these guys. The Thumper class is made up of a bunch of guys that like to race/ play on 150cc or less air cooled machines. Fox Valley Cycles’ John Conley and RCR's Nick Blacklaw have battled many times. Today was no different, Conley passing Blacklaw on the log. Next lap Blacklaw returns the favor with a little look back. Bet the fun will continue next month. Vince Ternes rocked the big C class. Not to mention his finish line log stuff which could be darn near a "circus" act over the log. He managed to save it a few times, not all the time. Ternes rode a strong race and did well as the highest finishing C class rider in the morning group. Other very strong notables in the C classes, Mason Schuhler, Jacob McCarrens, rode to top fifteen overall. Afternoon big bikes had a run-a-way with Kyler Vance just railing the first lap to get a lead he would never yield. Cody Bollinger, the hero from the last FVOR event started way back, banging out lap after lap to reel in his competition. By the end of the first hour he had came from twelfth to the top four. Vance still holding a commanding lead,

left only Travis Ward and Matt Dissell in Bollinger's way. Ward did a fairly high speed get off around the top field and Dissell did a little tip over to give up their positions to the charging Bollinger. Grant Bodmer ran a solid strong race finishing second in the A class, and fifth overall. Up and comer Riley Schuhler along with his brother Nolan hammered out some really strong laps and well Riley was the top B rider in the afternoon group. His lap times not far off the A class range. Next up at Fox Valley Off Road, District 17 and District 16 co-point race in July. Hit up the website for information. Today's race went well on a flowing course, and with a schedule that went smoothly. Results: 201-Open B: 1.Riley Schuhler 2.Nolan Schuhler 3.Peter Mordarski 4.Logan Kelly 5.Nate Hornung 201-Open C: 1.Mitch Ternes 2.Eric Knight 3.Jeff Butewschoen 4.Dylan Broll 5.Randy Anderson +30A: 1.Jesse Keith 2.Tim Damron +30B: 1.Jerimy Hanlin 2.Nick Blacklaw 3.Luke Kaszynski 4.Brian Smith 5.Kyle Stinebaker +30C: 1.Lee Orme 2.Jack Hansen 3.Ryan Winters 4.Micah Austin 5.John Caesar +40A: 1.Randy Southard 2.Kenny Otterbach 3.Neal Haarman 4.Robert Koscielski 5.Mark Spizzirri +40B: 1.Brian Roland 2.Andy Garecht 3.Matt Wamhoff 4.Jeff Oldenburg 5.Ed Howard Quad A: 1.Chris Breitwieser Quad C: 1.Scott McDaniels 2.Scott Hoerr 3.Mat Elliot 4.Joshua Moore Quad +30: 1.Kevin Johnson 2.Tim

+50 class riders not wanting to take the long way around the log crossing.

Open C winner Mitch Ternes finds an awkward moment at the crossing. Volski 3.Mark Leischner 4.James Suter +50A: 1.Wally Mika 2.SR DJ 3.David Moose 4.Kevin Finefield 5.Rick Mahrt +50B: 1.Duane Martin 2.Steven Bland 3.Sam Mertes 4.Dale Buffo

5.Duane Buffo 50Jr: 1.Ian Murphy 2.Will Swango 3.Hunter Savage 4.Brody Phelps 5.Darrin Herman 50Sr: 1.Jaret Zoellner 2.Seven Tornga 3.Nathan Young 4.Jaycie Olsen 65Beg: 1.Jay Pelka 2.Conner Mabus 3.Blake Phelps 4.Robert Bland 5.Robert Lawrence 65cc: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.Garrett Ward 3.Eli Otterbach 4.Thor Rick 5.Anthony Stinebaker 85cc: 1.Mason Schuhler 2.Doug Propper 3.Jacob McCarrens 4.Caleb Mabus 5.Luke Wamhoff 98-200B: 1.Justin Beighle 2.Bryce Olson 98-200C: 1.Mason Schuhler 2.Colton Saylor 3.Jeff Gourley 4.Jacob McCarrens 5.Luke Kelly 98-Open A: 1.Travis Ward 2.Grant Bodmer 3.Scott Sexton 4.Keagan Schmidt 5.John Siekmann AA: 1.Kyleer Vance 2.Cody Bollinger 3.Matthew Dissell SuperMini: 1.Matthew McDonald 2.Braxton Bill 3.Donavan Doughty 4.Dalton Garecht Thumper: 1.Nick Blacklaw 2.John Conley 3.Randy Harper 4.Ken Loews 5.James Klock Vintage: 1.Jeff Hartzell 2.Brian Roland 3.Gregg Sell 4.Clint Schreiber 5.Ed Howard Women: 1.Kim Chandler 2.Autumn Franklin 3.Tara Adams 4.Heather Dorfler CYCLE USA, July 2012

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Dirt Track returns to Elkhorn Elkhorn, Wisconsin - June 3 By Bruce Currie

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fter a thirteen year absence, Dan Vrana Racing Enterprises and Spectro Oil brought motorcycle racing back to the cushion half mile at the Walworth County Fairgrounds in Elkhorn, Wisconsin. This combined show featured Classic Flat Track vintage classes, AMA amateur classes and also AMA Open Pro’s. The crowd pleasing tank shift brakeless vintage bikes were the first final onto the oval. Harley mounted Sam Wills got the drop on the field and led into turn one, but promoter Dan Vrana decided to make things exciting by attempting a WFO pass on Wills around the outside with his Pettis Racing WR Harley. It didn’t work as Vrana lost the back end in turn two and the Harley cartwheeled down the back straight without him. Will’s cruised to an easy win over Bill Berger’s BSA. The 250 Amateur class provided one of the best battles of the afternoon as Charlotte Kainz and Morgen Mischler disputed the front spot the whole distance. Midway through the final, the “first lady” of Wisconsin flat track put a slide job on Mischler going into turn one to grab the lead. Mischler returned the favor with a nifty outside/inside pass as they came off turn two and reclaimed the top spot. Kainz kept looking for another opening, but Mischler shut the door the rest of the distance. The Vintage Pro Twin class had one of the biggest rider turnouts of the day, and the big field didn’t disappoint the crowd. Dan Vrana had dusted his leathers off, and he rocketed his Triumph to the front of the final with Soren LaValley’s XR-750 Harley attached to his rear fender. LaValley made several runs up the inside of the Triumph in an attempt to take over the point, but Vrana kept it on two wheels this time, and held on to win. Yamaha mounted Steve Kasten worked his way up through the field and passed Rocco Giorno’s Triumph late in the race for third.

At the start, Pro winner #44 Brandon Robinson, #12 Brad Baker, # 19 Adam Bushman, #17 Henry Wiles, #21 Cole Anderson, #77 Dan Mischler, #98 Kayl Kolkman and #14 Nick Smith.

Twenty-five years ago “Iron” George Istvanek was one of the young rising stars in Wisconsin dirt track racing. Istvanek still remembers how to get around the Walworth County Oval in a hurry as he dusted off the +40 final with his ‘Run it High and make it Fly’ rim ride around the top. Dominating the Vet riders apparently wasn’t enough as Istvanek also rode the 450 Amateur class in an attempt to school the young guns. It looked like it might work, as Istvanek put his Honda up front early in the final. Morgen Mischler wasn’t willing to take lessons from a Vet rider however, as he stormed past and opened a big lead enroute to the checkers. Istvanek was left to battle with Charlotte Kainz and Dave Kilkenny for second. Kainz grabbed the spot as the last circuit started, but Kilkenny eventually prevailed over Istvanek at the wire for the runners-up spot. Fifteen Pro riders were in attendance to take a shot at the Spectro Oil Open Pro purse. Recent Springfield TT Grand National winner Henry Wiles led the first pro heat flag to flag, while California’s National #98 Kayl Kolkman grabbed the top spot in the second qualifier. It was a different pair of Kawasaki riders up front as the final left the line however. Werner/ Springsteen Kawasaki teammates Brandon Robinson and Brad Baker put their 650 twins in the top spots as the pack

came off turn two for the first time. Robinson began to open a lead on Baker and continued to stretch it as the laps wore down. Wiles fought thru a mid-pack dust storm after a bad start to slot in behind Kayl Kolkman and the Kawasaki sweep was set. Nick Smith on a Rotax single in fifth was the first rider to spoil the green domination. With a rich history of dirt track racing that dates back to the 1960’s, it can only be hoped that this is the first of many future Elkhorn half mile events in a new era. Results: Open Pro: 1.Brandon Robinson 2.Brad Baker 3.Kayl Kolkman 4.Henry Wiles 5.Nick Smith Vintage Twin Pros: 1.Dan Vrana 2.Soren LaVally 3.Steve Kasten 4.Tony Giorno 5.Jordan Baber 250/360 Air Cooled Vint: 1.Todd Smiley 2.Mike Corey 3.John Lovas 4.David Grasser 5.Jordan Babe Brakeless Hand Shift Vint: 1.George Wills 2.Bill Berger 3.Dan Vrana 4.Dennis Clark 250Am: 1.Morgen Mischler 2.Charlotte Kainz 3.Parker Lange 4.Alec Muth 5.Steve Wasser 450Am: 1.Morgen Mischler 2.Dave Kilkenny 3.George Istvanek 4.Charlotte Kainz 5.Sergius Figliuzzi +40: 1.George Istvanek 2.Brad Boughtop 3.Jim Kirschbaum 4.Bert Sumner 5.Jack Kainz Single Vint: 1.Mike Bickerton 2.Troy Johnson 3.Steve Kasten 4.Dan Murre 5.Cody Evans +50: 1.Mark Muth 2.Steve Brinker 3.Steve Captain 4.Mike Yogerst 5.Marl Dolacin Quads: 1.Jake Foti 2.Tim Loomis 3.Brett Durant 4.Tim Day 5.Ken Remer

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Jason Bernhardt gets a Sportsman B/C moto holeshot.

Azzie beats the heat Lake Mills, Wisconsin - June 10 By Dave Hollub

lot of water anticipating a dry day of racing. When the gate dropped for 50Jr. Owen Haseleu was on the throttle around the ztalan Cycle club again hosted an holeshot, and stayed out front all moto. Noah open practice on Saturday so riders Bindas was second and held off an early push could fine tune their lines. As it from Hannah Densow. Nolan Schweighardt turned out it also let them adjust to the unmade a late moto charge and slipped past seasonably hot weather. After a day of Densow on the last lap to finish third. Bindas pounding laps in the heat all day Saturday, had the angle in moto two and edged out riders woke up Sunday to another hot sunny Haseleu at the holeshot, but before the first day. The track crew had done a great job lap was scored Schweighardt was out front. prepping the track overnight, putting down a Schweighardt managed to put some room between himself and Haseleu. Bindas went down in the scoring chicane on lap three and slipped to the back of the class. Ben Blazek took over third at the checkers just ahead of Nathan Postma. When Supermini hit the track for moto one Nickolas Lorenz was out front. As Lorenz went over the plateau on lap one he already had a small gap on Cj Josephsen and Bryce Telfer as they battled for second. Telfer got by Josephsen on lap two in the back section and Tylor Skodras shows his support of injured rider Matty soon Tyler Gamble was Hopkins (shirt) as he races to the Sportsman’s class win.

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sticking a wheel in on Josephsen. Gamble was able to slip past to take third at the checkers. Lorenz was out front again in moto two at the gate drop and quickly distanced himself from the rest of the class. Telfer edged out Josephsen at the holeshot but before the lap was over Josephsen was ahead. Telfer continued pushing hard and on lap three Josephsen went down at the gator pit, leaving the opening for Telfer to finish with a 2/2 day. Lorenz continued his winning day by taking the overall in 85cc Senior, “I had a great day, I won all my motos in Supermini and 85Sr. I also got all four holeshots so that was good. In Supermini I had a couple battles but was able to get away from everyone, it was a good race. The track has been holding up really good this year and anybody that hasn’t been out here yet should come. It was really hot today, but that is good, everybody has to ride in it so it shouldn’t matter. This is also good for me because I am trying for Lorettas, so the heat is good to get used to. Thanks to my sponsors Rock River, Sportland2, Scott Hansen at Braap Industries, and my Dad and neighbor George.” In +45 it looked like the usual Tom Dretzka win as he took a big holeshot. By the time Dretzka came over the plateau he had a small gap on Robert Raduenz. Kevin Yde was just ahead of Frank Weiss as they hit the plateau but Weiss made the pass for third by jumping over Yde. Midway through lap two Weiss caught and passed Raduenz. Dretzka held the gap to the checkers to take moto one. CYCLE USA, July 2012

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the win. Kathan was holding In moto two Dretzka barely second while Dretzka fought his edged Weiss out at the holeshot way back through the pack from and for the next lap and a half a bad start, eventually getting by fought hard to hold Weiss in secKathan on the final lap to finish ond. In the west end Weiss made with a 2/2 day. his move and got the lead which Carter Crowley was out he held to the finish despite presfront at the start of 250C with sure from Dretzka. Yde had his Shane Cooper and Timothy Fishands full trying to hold back a cher close behind. Cooper went moto long charge from Raduenz to work on Crowley and as lap for third until the white flag lap one was being scored, slipped when Raduenz slipped past. into the lead. Fischer followed Weiss turned his 2/1 into the along leaving Crowley battling overall win while Dretzka (1/2) with Mason Persha for third. was second and Raduenz (3/3) was third. Cameron Lansing took a break from racing District 17 and when the gate dropped in 250A he led everyone around the holeshot, and then stayed out front to the finish. Dillon Kau was running second with a small gap ahead of Ryan Hughson, Dale Kathan and Joseph Dretzka who were wheel to wheel battling for third. By lap four Dretzka was running second just ahead of Kau and they held onto their spots to the finish. Lorenz Jumped out front right away in Neil Knotterus (181) stays up in the moto two and again cruised to Open C start collision with Shane Cooper.

Crowley held on at the checkers. Persha got out front right away in moto two and despite Fischer pushing a wheel in on him in many corners, held on to take the moto win. Fischer was able to take the overall with a 2/2 day ahead of Persha (4/1) and Crowley (3/3). Ronald Schmidt and James Schmeling went around the holeshot side by side in 65cc moto one. Despite starting in third, Eugene Wolff was out front by the time he hit the plateau and

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never looked back despite being pushed hard by Schmeling. In moto two Schmidt was again first around the holeshot but this time Wolff was right on his rear wheel. Wolff bobbled and fell back to fifth before lap two. With a hard charge Wolff was out front at the checkers to take the moto win and overall. Schmidt was second and Schmeling edged out Braden Warner for third. Kirsten Raemisch grabbed the holeshot in moto one of Women’s just ahead of Jade Wennlund and Tammy Flemming. Monica Jazwiecki was able to move up into third by the time the checkers flew, edging out Flemming. In moto two Raemisch ran out front from start to finish once again. Wennlund was again in second as lap one went into the books with Shelby Brown close behind. Sierra Dortch fought back from fifth at the end of lap one to second by the checkers. Jazwiecki finished third by slipping past Brown on the final lap. Raemisch’s perfect day took


Carter Crowley finished third in 250C.

Monica Jazwiecki (58) and Sierra Dortch battle in the Womens class.

the overall while Jazwiecki (3/3) was second and Wennlund (2/5) was third overall. Jazwiecki later, “Today went good for me. First moto I didn’t get a good jump on the start but I was able to catch up. Tammy and I were battling all four laps, that was so much fun, we always have such good battles. I got around her in the section right after the start and she stayed on my hiney all the way to the finish. In moto two I got about the same start and was behind Shelby. I stayed behind her and Jade until Jade went down. Then on the last lap I was able to get past Shelby. I want to thank my Dad, also the Menzer family for bringing me here, and Jade for falling.” Matthew Menzer grabbed the Open A holeshot, but Josh Philbrick was on the throttle and slipped by into the lead mid race. James Garrett ran a solid third with Cameron Lansing fourth. In moto two Menzer was out front as he powered his Port Yamaha out of the gate, and then he settled into a smooth pace to stay there. Philbrick ran a solid second ahead of Dillon Kau who had his hands full with Lansing. Lansing was finally able to find an opening around Kau on lap four. Joseph Dretzka finished

fourth as he got by Kau on the final lap. Later Menzer said, “I was able to win Open A and finished second in Unlimited A today. I got the holeshot in moto one of Open A and rode what I felt was a good solid race. Josh Philbrick got by me and I just stayed solid and ended up second. In moto two I got the holeshot and was able to stay out front to the finish to get the overall with 2/1 finishes. In Unlimited A I got third in moto one but again felt I rode strong. Then in moto two I finished second to take the second overall. I think it was a good day; I rode solid despite the heat. I also want to send out my prayers and thoughts to Matty Hopkins and his family. Matty crashed at his home track practicing and they are going through some tough times. He needs everyone to keep him in their prayers, I know he is doing better, but he can use all the good thoughts. Thanks to Port Yamaha and my Mom and Dad for all the support they give me.” Sportsman B/C turned into a two moto battle between Tylor Skodras and Justin Wolff. Jason Bernhardt grabbed the first holeshot but Wolff and Skodras were out front by the time they went over the plateau on lap one.

Wolff was holding off Skodras despite constant pressure in every corner. Finally in the west end on lap three Skodras found a slit big enough to slip past for the lead. Bernhardt finished in third with Robert Vitullo fourth. Justin Hall was first onto the track in moto two but this time it was Skodras out front with Wolff right on his rear fender as they came over the plateau. Hall had Kail McCormack closing in on him as they came around to begin lap two. McCormack moved into third by the start of the next lap. Skodras held on for the win with a 1/1 day while Wolff (2/2) settled for second and McCormack turned a 6/3 day into the third overall finish. Despite the heat, the racing action stayed fast all day, and the track is showing signs of moving in the right direction as the maintenance crew makes improvements every race. Results: 50Sr: 1.Eugene Wolff 2.Elijah Tetzlaff 3.Mitchell Malaney 4.Trenton Goldapske 5.Justin Oehlhof 50Jr: 1.Owen Haseleu 2.Nolan Schweighardt 3.Nathan Postma 4.Benjamin Blazek 5.Kaiden Snyder SuperMini: 1.Nickolas Lorenz 2.Bryce Telfer 3.Dustin Hafenstein 4.Cj Josephsen 5.Jayden Graziano 85cc Open: 1.Dylan Densow 2.Simon Walters 3.Seth Doeberlein 4.Ezra Rugg 5.Colton Parson +45: 1.Frank Weiss 2.Thomas Dretzka 3.Robert Raduenz 4.Kevin Yde 5.Jonathan Hyde 250A: 1.Cameron Lansing 2.Joseph Dretzka 3.Dale Kathan 4.Dillon Kau 5.Jonathan Hartman

250B: 1.Timmy Baake 2.Eli Siordia 3.Matthew Gabrielse 4.Kyle Kuntsman 5.Jon Natzke 250C: 1.Timothy Fischer 2.Mason Persha 3.Carter Crowley 4.Craig Flancher 5.Joey Wendelberger 65cc: 1.Eugene Wolff 2.Ronald Schmidt 3.James Schmeling 4.Braden Warner 5.Elijah Tetzlaff +40: 1.Thomas Dretzka 2.Marc Ottenad 3.Frank Weiss 4.Paul Philbrick 5.Daryl Willing Women: 1.Kirsten Raemisch 2.Monica Jazwiecki 3.Jade Wennlund 4.Sierra Dortch 5.Shelby Brown Open A: 1.Matthew Menzer 2.Joshua Philbrick 3.Cameron Lansing 4.Joseph Dretzka 5.Ryan Hughson +30A: 1.Karter Busse 2.Frank Weiss 3.Paul Philbrick 4.Andy Heinecke +50: 1.Jeff Ramsay 2.Tim Boblin 3.Gregg White 4.Wayne Slagle 5.Steven Sorge Sports B/C: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Justin Wolff 3.Kail McCormack 4.Jonathon Kraemer 5.Jason Bernhardt +30B/C: 1.Andy Bowman 2.Kevin Yde 3.Tom Ferguson 4.Len Benning 5.Eric Tetzlaff Unlimited A: 1.Joshua Philbrick 2.Matthew Menzer 3.Cameron Lansing 4.James Garrett 5.Ryan Hughson 125Jr: 1.Justin Wolff 2.Dustin Sikorski 3.Mason Persha 4.Bryce Telfer 5.Jarred Feucht NonCurrent: 1.Craig Flancher 2.Jake Smith 3.Glenn Korn 4.Kyle Whysol 5.Shawn Sawvell 85Jr: 1.Dylan Densow 2.Nate Telfer 3.Seth Doeberlein 4.Braden Warner 5.Darren Feucht +25A: 1.Tyler Smulders 2.Nicholas Pellmann 3.Andy Heinecke +25B/C: 1.Brian Glowacki 2.Len Benning 3.Tom Ferguson 4.Jeff Ramsay 5.Robert Manke 85Sr: 1.Nickolas Lorenz 2.Simon Walters 3.Jarred Feucht 4.Samuel Vanderkooy 5.Nathan Orlowski Open C: 1.Neil Knottnerus 2.Lucas Zimmerman 3.Riley Telfer 4.Cody Johnson 5.Michael Powers Open B: 1.Jason Bernhardt 2.Brian Glowacki 3.Tylor Skodras 4.Ricky Liederbach 5.Robert Vitullo CYCLE USA, July 2012

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Spring Creek Opens with 700+ Millville, Minnesota - May 27/ 28 By Rolfe Otterness

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pring Creek Motocross Park hosted its first race of the late spring over the Memorial Day Weekend. The previous race was canceled due to inclement weather, but two great days of racing this time out helped make up for the missed opportunity. Sunday’s crowd was one of the biggest in quite some time with over 700 entries eager to grab some track time. The track was in excellent shape both days. It was fitting that Memorial Weekend was the first official race with the huge new flagpole in place that John Martin installed to perk the place up. It is massive! Zach Williams was the star of the weekend, controlling both day’s 14-24A, 250A and Open A classes. Henry Miller was pretty strong in the B class with a number of wins and runner-up finishes. A bunch of strong out-of-staters were on hand to check out the track before the mid-June Regional. That added to the competitive level. On Sunday, one of the out-state riders on hand was Iowa’s Mason Clendenon, who dove into the lead as the Schoolboy 12-16 class hit the track for moto one. Fellow Iowan Josiah Hempen took command a few turns later while Clendenon dropped back. Hempen set a fast pace out front and had a decent lead over second place rider, Chase Stevenson, by the second lap. From there he maintained his gap to the checkered. Mateo Johnson held third early, but Channing Hunt put the hurt on him on lap two and held that the rest of the way. Jordan Schiller broke through Johnson’s defenses to take over fourth about mid-moto and then Travis Prier moved up to fifth on the last lap.

led Stevenson early in moto two, but Hempen soon dropped him back. The two pulled off a bit and a battle over third developed with Prier, Sam Tinkey and Clendenon in the mix. Hunt jammed his way to fourth before the checkered. Clendenon took fifth to top his first moto seventh. Keenan Strom scorched the starting line to grab the holeshot as the 14-24B class took to the dirt. Cody Williams was there to challenge early, but local boy Henry Miller dispatched both of them and started to gap the field. Williams got the better of Strom. Sam Wise followed Strom in to take fourth and Jerry Robin grabbed fifth from Blake Raskovich late in the race. Williams launched into the lead as moto two was ignited, dealing with early pressure from Henry Miller as they careened down to the bottom of the pro uphill. Miller made the move to lead on the way up. Miller built up a slim gap, winning with about three seconds to spare. Jerry Robin was running third for pretty much the whole moto, riding his YZ125 against the bigger four strokes. Raskovich and Wise rounded out the top five. Bryce Hansen jumped out to lead the

#199 Chase Stevenson holding off Hunter Sayles through the whoops in the 125cc class.

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Zach Williams dominated the A classes.

65cc 10-11 class around the first turn in moto one. Josh Boaz came up, and they had a tussle for a while. Boaz managed to finally build a little margin on Hansen which he took in for the win. Eddie Norred ran in third for the early part of the moto with pressure by Gage Fisher, who got by in the end to take third. Rounding out the top five was Taylor Grall. Moto two featured a holeshot by Norred, but Fisher was soon out front and on his way to the win. Hansen displaced Norred before the halfway mark and secured second while Boaz had to work his way by Norred on the last lap to take third. Austin Aspros snared fifth to top his sixth from moto one. On Monday Joe Perron jumped out in front of the 250A class, grabbing the 100% Goggles holeshot money with Zach Williams slotting into second as they ran down the whoops. Williams was on a mission and when they got to bottom of the pro hill on lap three he pounced, grabbing the lead. Williams had the mojo for sure and pulled away to take the win.


Perron held a secure second to the flag. Gavin Kadlec held third all moto and ran in ahead of Tyler Allen. Moto two featured a stong run by Williams as he led every lap. Perron started mid-pack, but by the third lap Perron was able to slice his way through traffic to secure second. Williams had almost a twenty second lead by then. At the flag everyone was spaced out a bit with Kadlec grabbing third over Allen and Brennan Myers. Mini 9-11 featured a slick holeshot by Gage Fisher, but he was soon challenged by Jacob Wilke with Preston Taylor also in on the action. Wilke got out front and Fisher had a problem in the whoops, so Taylor got good shot at Wilke. Fisher rebounded though and regained second to close on Wilke at the flag, falling just a bike length short. Taylor was third with a good lead over Dylan Densow and Mason Hulsey. Fisher shot out front in moto two and although Wilke soon made his way into second, he couldn’t reel him in. The checkered flew with Fisher about ten bike lengths back, and Wilke ahead of Taylor. Hulsey improved to fourth and Densow ended up with fifth after a good battle on the last lap. Kayla Solheid looked quick on her Kawie 250 as the Women’s class took to the dirt. Solheid ran out front every lap while Marissa Polencheck worked over Lizz Turney for a couple of laps before securing second. Ashley Densow took fourth behind Turney with Anna Flintrop fifth. Solheid pulled the start to get the second moto under way. Densow ran third and made a good pass on Polencheck to take over second as they hit the bottom of the pro downhill. Polencheck fought back and regained second only to have Densow try another pass on the outside of a turn. Densow ended up going down and losing time. Solheid took the win a good margin over Polencheck. Densow retained third with Turney fourth over Sophia Johnson. Sunday Results: Beginner 4-8: 1.Gannon Blaiser 2.Riley Court 3.Jack Mullenback 4.Cole Mason 5.Jake Adams 50cc 4-6: 1.Johnny Weber 2.Deegan Cooley 3.James Clough 4.Mccrae Hagarty 5.Griffin Kinney 50cc 7-8: 1.Dillon Nelson 2.Torsten Strom 3.Gavin Tilford 4.Trevin Nelson 5.Jayden Clough 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Deegan Cooley 2.Griffin Kinney 3.Zachary Barker 4.Colson Crouch 5.Cole Marsolek 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Griffin Kinney 3.Louie Falardeaux 4.Lance Bartylla 5.Bryce Rauner 65cc 7-9: 1.Dj Gritzmacher 2.Josh Fedder 3.Jaxon Opitz 4.Jordan Biese 5.Brennan Wages 65cc 10-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Bryce Hansen 3.Joshua A. Boaz 4.Eddie Norred J5.Austin Aspros 65cc 7-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Austin Aspros 3.Tayler Grall 4.Eddie Norred 5.Kaleb Carman 85cc 9-11: 1.Preston Taylor 2.Bryce

Hansen 3.Jacob Wilke 4.Dawson Ryker 5.Dylan Densow 85cc 12-15: 1.Austin Forkner 2.Hunter Sayles 3.Matthew Gross 4.Nick Wallace 5.Kevin Moranz 85cc 9-12: 1.Kevin Moranz 2.Blake Hansen 3.Jacob Wilke 4.Preston Taylor 5.Gage Fisher Supermini: 1.Hunter Sayles 2.Matthew Gross 3.Jamison Duclos 4.Nick Wallace 5.Austin Anderson Schlby 12-16: 1.Josiah Hempen 2.Chase Stevenson 3.Channing Hunt 4.Travis Prier 5.Mason Clendenon Jr 14-16: 1.Travis Prier 2.Tyler A. Gast 3.Cole Hood 4.Tucker Mills 5.Sam Kemp 14-24A: 1.Zack Williams 2.Joe Perron 3.Gavin Kadlec 4.Ryan Orres 5.Nicholas Jackson 14-24B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Cody Williams 3.Jerry Robin 4.Sam Wise 5.Keenan Strom 14-24C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Austin Kienast 3.Carter Reece 4.Ben Ferrin 5.Bobby Menne +25A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.Timothy Zebro 3.Michael Luoma 4.Scott Ehlenfeldt 5.Adam Koch +25B: 1.Collin Rigelman 2.Jeremy Appel 3.Mike Huttenlocker 4.Brandon Brudigan 5.Corey Brudigan +25C: 1.Wade Hasse 2.Joe Jenniges 3.David Minter 4.Lucas Hansen 5.Macy Fridgen +30A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.Timothy Zebro 3.Michael Luoma 4.Matthew Blaiser 5.Scott Steinle +30B: 1.Mike Huttenlocker 2.Shawn Makarrall 3.Brandon Paine 4.Marty Fridgen 5.Philip Griffin +30C: 1.Joe Jenniges 2.Jimmy Diedrich 3.Brent Degeise 4.John Grommersch 5.Jesse John +40A: 1.Patrick Mcnamara 2.Scott Steinle 3.Robert Rainer 4.Brad Cunningham 5.Jon Falardeaux +40B: 1.Jeff Ferrin 2.Christopher Ruble 3.Ronald Lasco 4.Rick Schugell 5.Sean Robertson +40C: 1.Edward Zelasko 2.John Grommersch 3.Brent Degeise 4.Mitchell Trom 5.Paul Johnson +45A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Tim Bernloehr 3.Boden Soderbeck 4.Carl Hein 5.Michael West-

brook +45B/C: 1.Jeff Ferrin 2.Rick Schugell 3.Jeff Ramsay 4.Jeffrey Olson 5.Bill Cunningham +50: 1.Ron Heppner 2.Jeff Ramsay 3.Michael Westbrook 4.Thor Mathison 5.Jack Parenteau +55: 1.Jerry Schulze 2.James Johnson 3.Lynn Meyer 4.John Nenow 5.Jerry Bumgardner +60: 1.Lynn Meyer 2.Jerry Bumgardner 3.Mike Quinn Sr 4.John Meehan Girls Girls S12-16: 1.Kendra Randrup 2.Sommer Mills 3.Sophia Johnson 4.Sacia Ogden 5.Katherine Vanderwerf Women: 1.Marissa Polencheck 2.Kayla Solheid 3.Ashley Densow 4.Lizz Turney 5.Sophia Johnson 125cc 2-Str 12+: 1.Cody Williams 2.Chase Stevenson 3.Hunter Sayles 4.Austin Anderson 5.Kyle Lawler 250A: 1.Zack Williams 2.Joe Perron 3.Nicholas Jackson 4.Tyler Allen 5.Tanner Moore 250B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Jerry Robin 3.Josiah Hempen 4.Nick Carter 5.Conner Cunningham 250C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Tanner Taylor 3.Reed Kannegiesser 4.Austin Kienast 5.Mitch Hallet Open A: 1.Zack Williams 2.Joe Perron 3.Nicholas Jackson 4.Gavin Kadlec 5.Trent Hinrichs Open B: 1.Nick Carter 2.Henry Miller 3.Mitchell Koester 4.Derek Hullett 5.Samuel Peterson Open C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Bobby Menne 3.Alex Wolff 4.Clayton Bonnicksen 5.Samuel Brummund Henry Miller edges Cody Williams (167) through the infamous whoops in 14-24B.

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New Record at Kato Climb Mankato, Minnesota - June 10 By Mike Nelson

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hey say records were made to be broken, and that’s just what happened at the season opening hillclimb held at the Kato Cycle Club just south of Mankato, MN. The hill actually has two official records. Their hill can be configured to run two different ways, the traditional straight up which they will use later this season, and also the corner configuration which was used for this climb. With the corner in use, the riders start about 100 feet to the right of the traditional start and take a step up jump that runs into the corner turning up the hill at what would be the first breaker on the straight run. The old record was 5.953 seconds, set by Jared Gitter a couple years ago. Fast times for most were in the low to mid six second range with only local rider Marcus Winch putting a threat on the record with a run of 5.955 on his new machine in the 600cc class, missing by just two one-thousandths of a second. By the second round the hill had pretty well settled into a one groove run, and if the riders held the line they could improve over their first runs. If they got out just a little, their times would drop off. All eyes were on the 600 class as they lined up for their second round. Several of the riders gained some speed but still none were able to get under that six second mark. First round leader Winch took the option to ride last in the late round, and didn’t need to run having already won the class with his first round time. He pulled into the hole anyway and seemed to have only one thing on his mind. He grabbed a handful of throttle and launched out of the hole clearing the step up clean and nailing the line around the corner and back in the throttle hard up the hill. When the clock stopped Winch had gotten what he was after… The Record! His time was more than a tenth faster than the old record, stopping the clock at 5.840 seconds! Winch also took top honors in the 250cc class and

went on to get the hat trick by putting his record winning machine over the top in just under six seconds one last time to win the King of the Hill at the end of the day. When it came to wrestling the biggest machines around the corner and up the hill, Kato Club member and local rider Corey Danberry was the man to catch. Danberry took the first round lead with a sweet run on his triple in the 750cc class, and then he came back around to run his big custom Harley-Davidson up the hill for the early lead in the Open class. In the second round Danberry shaved over half a second

off his time on his triple to take the 750cc win and also put up another smokin’ fast ride under six and a half seconds on his Harley just missing his first round time which was good enough to hold on for the win in the Open class. On the other end of the spectrum, youngster Kyren Sunken made his hill climbing debut in the micro-mini class, and impressed everyone by nearly getting over the top, and taking home a nice trophy for fourth place. Also looking impressive in the mini classes was another local rider, Colton Landwer. Landwer was sitting in fourth in the 65cc class and fifth

Marcus Winch launches his machine to a record breaking time.

in Mini Jr. after the first round, but really stepped it up for his second runs. He shaved nearly two full seconds off his 65cc time to move up to second place behind Davis Sunken, and then cut over a second off his first run on his 85cc machine to take the runner up spot in the Mini Jr. class, not quite able to catch Cody Atherton. With over two hundred entries signed up to compete from all across the upper midwest, the local riders put on a great show for their fans, taking wins in five classes and finishing at least top three in nearly every class. Congratulations to all the riders that took home trophies. Results ATV: 1.Zach Diercks 2.Austin Welch 3.Ryan Johnson 4.Dion Welch 5.William Shaw 4 Stroke ATV: 1.Willaim Shaw 2.Tyler Jacob 3.Zach Diercks 4.Dion Welch 5.Emily Dosdall Micro: 1.Bodee O Neil 2.Cody Paider 3.Jacob Berg 4.Kyren Sunken 5.Izaiah Thomas 65cc: 1.Davis Sunken 2.Colton Landwer 3.Braiden Henry 4.Bodee O Neil 5.Casey Paider Mini Jr: 1.Cody Atherton 2.Colton Landwer 3.Davis Sunken 4.Olivia Bach 5.Braiden Henry Mini Sr: 1.Luke Cipala 2.Taylor O Neil 3.Jason Laven 4.Nathan Prebe 5.Landon Gilbertson 125cc: 1.Bryce Werner 2.Casey Wood 3.Nathan Prebe 4.Logan Peterson 5.Taylor O Neil 200cc: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Logan Cipala 3.Ben Parmeter 4.Jason Laven 5.Brandon Beranek 250cc: 1.Marcus Winch 2.Steve Cain 3.Logan Cipala 4.Tyler Johnson 5.Joel Falde 450cc: 1.Jared Gitter 2.Jacob Prebe 3.Junior Jackson 4.Travis Schroedl 5.Zach DeGross 600cc: 1.Marcus Winch 2.Steve Cain 3.Zach DeGross 4.Tyler Johnson 5.Jacob Prebe 750cc: 1.Corey Danberry 2.Chad Schmidt 3.Charlie Cain 4.Bryce Werner Open: 1.Corey Danberry 2.Brad Cain 3.Steve Cain 4.Jared Gitter 5.Zach DeGross 4 Stroke: 1.Jared Gitter 2.Zach DeGross 3.Michael Clark 4.Junior Jackson 5.Ben Parmeter Women: 1.Casey Wood 2.Jessica Prebe 3.Gabrielle Prebe 4.Nicole Bach 5.Jaci Gerdes Senior: 1.Junior Jackson 2.Mike Wood 3.Brad Cain 4.Jason Brookshaw 5.Corey O Neil Sup Sr: 1.Jeff Jack 2.Alan Stevenson 3.Dan McMurlyn 4.Tim Cain 5.Dave Byer KOTH: 1.Marcus Winch 2.Zach DeGross 3.Jared Gitter 4.Jacob Prebe 5.Steve Cain CYCLE USA, July 2012

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Buff Daddy Challenges

Quad A riders #78 Matt Simmons and #610 Jason Klootwyk jump into the lead off the start.

North Webster, Indiana - May 25-28 By Becky Stichter

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eads Racing Unlimited held their annual Buff Daddy series at the Trojan track this weekend. The series is an endurance challenge for riders and their machines, offering six races in four days. For riders who wanted to compete for a championship in their class, the rider had to run all five motocross races, or do four motocross races and the grand prix. The total points of all the races were combined, and the rider with the most points won. Riders didn’t have to compete for the championships if they wanted to race less. Some highlights from Friday evening were in the 250C class. Keegan Hicks, Caden Roberts, Steven Hill, Levi Johnson, and Nick Myers had some good battles in both motos. Roberts took the overall win, running 1-2, followed by Johnson with 4-1 finishes. Kraye Loft, mounted on a Suzuki, took an early lead and eventual win in the 85cc

(12-15) class, ahead of Joshua Taylor and Isaiah Shelton. Loft and Taylor faced each other on the track again in the Supermini class. Both had good runs, with Loft holding on to win both motos. In the 65cc (7-9) class, Brogan Strubberg and Kennan Leis sped around the track, pressuring each other for the lead. Strubberg crossed the checkered line first each time. Not far behind another battle between Kaden Polito and Colton Camp was happening. Polito was able to hold Camp back, giving Polito third overall. Round two of the series began Saturday morning. In the +40 class Michael Smith, Rob Watkins and Rob Talbott pressured each other both motos. Smith took the win in the first moto. In the second moto, Talbott stepped it up, and finished first. Talbott, running 3-1, took the overall. Watkins finished second overall, and Smith third. The Mini Quad class had some fast riders this morning. Drake Edwards took the lead in the first moto, followed by Logan

Stanfield and Abby Bowyer. Stanfield pressured Edwards the entire moto, but could not get around. Edwards had the lead again in the second moto, and looked like he was going to take another win, but then something on his quad broke, and he was a DNF. Stanfield took advantage and crossed the checkered line first, followed by Abby Bowyer. Michael Rice, Michael Min, and Adam Miller of the +30B/C class had two good runs. In the first moto, Rice pulled ahead of the others to take a win. In the second moto, Miller bounced back, crossing the finish line ahead of Rice and Min. Rice’s 1-2 set of motos was still good for the overall. The 250C class was one of the larger classes again. Levi Johnson, Caden Roberts, and Steven Hill were the top three finishers. Behind the three leaders, Nick Myers, Ian Wilmington and Keegan Hicks battled it out for fourth place, with Wilmington topping the others. In the Open A class, James Thompson ran 1-1. The last group on the track Saturday

250C class on Saturday morning. Nick Myers leads #404 Levi Johnson, #715 Caden Roberts, and #413 Keegan Hicks. CYCLE USA, July 2012

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morning was the 85cc (9-11) class. Justin Stichter took the lead both motos and never looked back. Trevor Lomperski and Brogan Strubberg battled it out for second, with Lomperski doing a good job at holding onto the position. After a long, hot Saturday morning, there was just a short break before round three began. With temperatures in the 90's most of the day, fatigue was setting in. Levi Johnson took first overall in the 250C class and 14/24. Colyn Iden of the 65cc (10-11) class took first overall, running 21. Dalton Edmondson and Micheal Min kept him honest Iden some pressure. Matt Simmons ran 1-1 in the Quad A class. Jason Klootwyk pressured Simmons Michael Luck won the 50cc (4-8) in the first moto, but didn’t finished moto Injected Buff Daddy Championship two. back, and rode past Johnson, also taking In the 250B class, Chase Myers was runthe overall. ning fast, with Dalton Packard right there. Sunday morning, the Grand Prix was Myers took the overall win running 2-1 ahead run. Several of the riders said this was the of Packard (1-3). most challenging part of the weekend. It Brandon Yeiter won both of the 125cc 2was hot, with temps in the 90's. The bigger stroke motos ahead of Josh Workman and bikes rode for an hour, and the smaller Kameron Graddy. bikes rode for 30-45 minutes. Some maThe Women 12+ class had a few more chines didn't hold up, some riders only did riders this evening. Ashle Harshman and one lap and were done. Just sitting there in Madison Johnson were the leaders, followed the heat was tiring! Challenging for sure... by Sandy Klinger, Jacqueline Bullard and but that’s what the Buff Daddy series is Cassidy Butler. Johnson won the first moto. about. In the second moto, Harshman answered Sunday evening, round five of the se-

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Kraye Loft is the 85cc (12-15) champion.


ries came too soon for some riders. Joshua Taylor took the overall win in the Supermini class, with a 2-1 finish. Taylor and Kraye Loft battled it out both motos. Loft went down in the second moto, and Taylor was there to take advantage. Loft tried to regain the lead, but Taylor held him off. Open A rider Jeffrey Henson ran 1-1, ahead of Ricky Martinez, Rob Talbot and Trent Armstrong. Michael Min ran 2-1 in the 65cc (10-11) class. Colyn Iden and Dalton Edmondson had good runs, but couldn't stop Min. Monday morning was round six, the last race of the series. This was a one moto format, with extra laps added. For some racers, this was the race that would determine a champion. Others had a class championship secured. After the races were done, the champions of each class were announced and awards were given, champions receiving a large trophy. Throughout the weekend, the staff of Reads Racing included special family oriented

events. There was a free chili pot, a tie-dye t-shirt contest, water balloon toss, and a free hog roast for all. It was a great weekend for the Buff Daddy series, and congratulations to everyone who conquered the challenge. Series Overall Champions: Schlby 1: 1.Konner Graddy 30B/C: 1.Michael Min Sr. 250B: 1.Chase Myers 2.Dalton Packard 250C: 1.Levi Johnson 2.Caden Roberts Schlby 2: 1.Colt McPhearson 50cc (7-8): 1.Colton Camp 2.Kaden Polito 3.David Hagerman 50cc )pen: 1: Kaden Polito 50cc (4-6): 1.Cordi Pattison Jr. 50cc (4-8) inj: 1.Michael Luck Supermini: 1.Kraye Z.Loft 2.Brannon Wilmington 3.Joshua Taylor 85cc (12-15): 1.Kraye Z.Loft 2.Joshua Taylor 3.Isaiah Shelton 85cc (9-11): 1.Justin Stichter 2.Trevor Lomperski 3.Brogan Strubberg Outlaw: 1.Trevor Lomperski 65cc (7-11): 1.Michael Min Jr. 2.Dalton Edmondson 65cc(10-11): 1.Michael Min Jr.2.Dalton Edmondson 3.Colyn Iden 65cc( 7-9): 1.Brogan Strubberg 2.Kennan Leis 3.Kaden Polito Girls (9-12): 1.Madison Johnson Women 12+: 1.Madison Johnson +40: 1.Michael Smith 2.Rob Watkins 3.Todd White +50: 1.Mike Farley 14/24: 1.Levi Johnson Open B: 1.Ken Bartoszewicz

Gavin George in 50cc Open. Open C: 1.Nick Myers 2.Ian Wilmington 3.Stephen Nagy 125cc 2-str: 1.Kameron Graddy Mini Quad: 1.Logan Stanfield 2.Jordanne Stichter 3.Drake Edwards

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Nuclear Series Heats-up Byron Illinois - June 10 By Josh Rud More photos at www.ShiftOnePhotography.com

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he fifth round of the Nuclear Series out at Motorsports Park in Byron IL got underway, and it was a steamy hot day as so many have been this month, but it certainly didn’t stop anyone from giving it their best. Today we had 34 classes between the hilltop and legacy tracks, making for lots of races and plenty of action. It hadn’t rained around Byron for a couple weeks, and speaking with track owner Aaron he let me know they had been watering the track since Thursday to get it perfect for today’s race, and it certainly was! There was a good turnout for the Women’s class, and it made for some great action out on the track. In the first moto Alyssa Haling took the win with Kali Wald second, and Briann

Stiles in third. At the start of the second moto, hot off the line Taylor Venning took the holeshot leading Haling and Stiles. Venning had having some issues and dropped back to third coming down the big hill with Haling moving into first and Stiles second. The next lap around Venning pulled off the track moving Wald up to third place. They came across the line with Haling taking the win and first place overall, Stiles second and Wald in third for third overall. +40 was another class to watch today with some great action out in the heat. Roy Nafzger won the first Sanders ripping moto as Paul Marescalco Daniel some of the soft Byron soil. finished second ahead of his brother Mark. Coming was Mark Marescalco and James up to the line for the second moto Coons in third. Coming around the gates dropped and Nafzger on the last lap Coons finally took the holeshot and never found the opening he was looklooked back. Right behind him ing for and took over second

place. Nafzger took first overall wining both motos. Coons took second overall with 4-2 finishes and Mark Marescalco (3-3). +In 55 we had seven riders

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showing up tear-up the track with no shortage of good times. The first moto ended with Todd White taking first, Nick Lazzaretto second and Dave Antolak third. Lazzaretto didn’t make it to the line for the second race leaving the overalls up in the air. The moto started with Antolak out front on his Tuf Honda. Trailing behind was White Henry Whitmarsh. Heading up the hill Steve Medcalf got around Whitmarsh. On the last lap Antolak went down in the turn before the downhill, but was able to get back up and finish in third place. White took the win and first overall, Medcalf moving up to second also secured second overall having taken fourth in the first moto. Vintage came out next with twelve riders showing up to test their skills today. In the first moto Ricki Williams took the win, Jeff Beck came in second and Craig Cutis held on for third. In the second moto, when the gates dropped Williams took off to grab the holeshot. Right behind him was Beck and Keith Zersen. Coming down the hill from the second lap things had drastically changed with Jon Brouillette catching up to the pack and moving Zersen out of third place. He continued his charge and got all the way to the front by the time the checkers where waving. Having got an eighth place finish in the first moto he finished fifth overall. Williams took first overall, with Beck second. In the opening Schoolboy moto Dakin Coons took the win, leading Brandon Allen and Taiga Judd across the line. As the second moto got underway Judd didn’t make it to the line. Coons took the holeshot with Allen behind him and Joshua Brouillet in third. Going down into the back section of the track Joe Ruiz managed to get past Brouillet while Coons and Allen where creating a gap over the pack. Coons took first overall winning both motos. In the first 250A moto Ty Tyrrell held on for the big win while Jonathan Six finished second ahead of Zach Coons. Right off the gate in moto two Tyrrell had Coons in second and Six 30

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looking to move up from third. The order stayed this way for most the moto with Vaughn Mays making all the attempts he could to take over third from Six. Up front Tyrrell opened a nice lead, showing some major speed all day. Coming into the last turn Six dug in hard and got by Coons for second. The overall turned out the same way with Tyrrell in first, Six in second and Coons third. 250B was up next with a large group of nineteen riders revving at the gates. In the first moto Austin Das took the win with Steven Ceithamer in second and Logan Skaggs third. The second moto got under way with Mark Marincic taking the holeshot with Das right behind him and Skaggs in third. Coming down the hill from the first lap Das and Skaggs had both got around Marincic moving them into first and second. The rest of the race there was battles going on, but by the time the checkered flag come out the order had stayed the same leaving Das with his second win of the day. Finally up was 250C with the largest gate of the day having thirty-one riders ready to go for the win. In the first moto Paxton Kerber on the Husqvarna crossed the line first, Michael Prince in

Schoolboy at the gate.

second and Zackory Fiore filled in the top three. The gates dropped on the second moto and Kerber took off out front with Fiore and Taylor Mclaughlin

leading the others in chase. Fiore made his way into the lead through the third turn, only to have Kerber come on his outside to take it back. Austin Hansen in

Jason Cinkus looking good in 250B.


Taylor Venning and Alyssa Haling beating the heat between motos.

fourth was making hard attempts at Mclaghlin, but unable to get around him. Fiore and Kerber had a great battle the entire race, but Kerber held on to win both motos. Fiore came in second taking second overall. Mclaughlin held on for third place. Beating the heat under the plentiful amount of trees at Byron, it was an enjoyable day as always. Everything ran extremely smooth with very little downtime to keep the dust at bay. The track looked amazing all day. We will see more action from the Nuclear Series at the end of July for their double points race, be sure to make your way out! Results: 50cc (4-8): 1.Deegan Cooley 2.Talan Zollers 3.Nicholas Stefancik 4.Ian Murphy 5.Adam Svub 50Jr: 1.Will Swango 2.Ian Murphy 3.Krystian Janik 4.Zachery Johnson 5.Talan Zollers 50Sr: 1.John Perovic 2.Kevin Huddleston 3.Radko Tomko 4.Zach Brunner 65Jr: 1.Connor Mackinnis 2.Brody Spiekeman 3.Colton King 4.Noah Karassy 5.Anthony Edgerton 65Sr: 1.Kaile Williams 2.Gunner Schmidgall 85Jr: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Noah Taylor 3.Justyn Mack 4.Nick Harris 5.Tyler Evensen 85Sr: 1.Jacob Lancaster 2.Austin Macias 3.Jarred Berggren 4.Chad Boss 5.Taiga Judd Open Mini: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Nick Harris 3.Tyler Evensen 4.Shane Reilly 5.Anthony Edgerton 65 Beg: 1.Luke Jackson 2.Ethan Eslinger 3.Wylie Roberts 4.Aaron Colletti Trail Blazer: 1.Tony Kottke 2.Tony Vargas 3.Brandon Eskildsen SuperMini: 1.Jacob Lancaster 2.Jarred Berggren 3.Joe Ruiz 4.Cameron Poces 5.Dylan Boyd Schlby: 1.Dakin Coons 2.Brandon Allen 3.Joe Ruiz 4.Joshua Brouillet

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Hofmaster, Johnson Slay the Slop Mendota, Illinois - June 16 By Neil Dornik

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other Nature wreaked havoc on the Megacross Pro Am this Saturday evening. An afternoon filled with sunshine and a cool breeze led everyone to believe we had dodged the bullet, that the storm had passed. We were wrong. It all went down at about 8:30; any class who had not completed their heat race would get a little wet, and the fast guys would get really wet. With cash, ProAm points and bragging rights on the line in the 250A and Open A classes, there was no holding back! The stands were holding a lot of extra spectators, and for good reason. Many of the area’s fastest riders were in attendance, along with out of state pro riders looking for points they need to run professional events. The added cash purse didn’t hurt either. All the classes were filled, youth, vet and everything between, there was well over 300 entries. The ProAm classes were seriously stacked. Thirty-one riders in the 250A class. Twentyfour in Open A. With the unfortunate turn of weather, everyone got to run a heat race, and those results turned into finals for the evening, again proving that heats races matter. This was easier as none of the regular classes needed to be split. For the ProAm riders, it was a different situation. With so many riders, they ran heat races, and even a last chance qualifier in the 250A class. This left two sets of winners, so

a main even for each had Tommy Hofmaster had an excellent night, topping it off with the Open A class win. (photo, before the rain fell) to run... regardless of conditions, payouts needed to get paid, points awarded, and we still needed to determine winners for the evening, regardless of conditions. This was likely one of the hardest decisions the leaders at Megacross had to ever make and well the did the best we could, making the right call. Lightning held off long enough to get it done... but conditions were sloppy to say the least. The Pro riders showed their skill on this night for sure. As the other classes finished up their heats, weird clouds firmed above our heads at the track, and droplets started hitting the dirt, hard. Riders and their crews were prepping motos, after the first couple corners you themselves and their machines back in the pits couldn’t tell rider from rider, number from to prepare for the moto. Tear-offs, Roll-offs, number, unless you were up on the track. rain suits, foam, WD-40, anything, they could In the slop and the mess it was Tommy do. “Open A Pro Main Event to the line!” Hofmaster who put his Yamaha out front in they called. By this time, a few races had alheading into the first corner in the Open A ready ran on the soaked track, with rain still main. Rain or shine there was a big purse on pouring down. We lined them up and sent the line and these Pros were hungry, and they them off, and tell you what, for both these pro

Chad Johnson getting the jump on the Open A class in the heat race... before the storms came in. He won the Main.

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were not going to let just anyone take it. Kevin Markwardt who finished second in his heat race, was second around the first corner, and Brandon Pope, who had been pushing hard all day, sat in third. As the race continued the rainfall got worse, and showed no signed of stopping. They were just going to have to endure it. Scott Zont, unscathed by the weather, pushed from a not so perfect start past Pope and began to gain ground on Markwardt. Markwardt did the same to Hofmaster, showing he can ride the mud, making up some time with only a few laps until the checkers. Hofmaster inched back away from Markwardt, but Zont was still there and he wanted that second place spot, making the move near the end of the race. Markwardt held on to third. Pope finished fourth ahead of Maxx Malatia. The rain never let up, and there was a ten minute break between Pro Am motos for the riders that ran both, and then we were back racing! Same as Open - line them up and sent them off. Hofmaster was a no show, unable to get the mud out of his eyes from the Open class. Chad Johnson (623) took the 250A holeshot and led the pack into a sloppy first corner. He was about the only one, as he sat out of the Open class. After that there was no turning back‌ Alexander Nagy, and Matt Wyman held down the next two spots with Brandon Pope and Kevin Markwardt right behind through the first two laps. With the rain

Storm clouds pushed in quick, and racing went downhill just as fast.

coming down so hard, the laps for the final moto had to be cut down to only seven, so these Pros had to acts fast if they were going to make any passing happen. All the things that go through your mind when you are a motocross racer. It is a science really. These riders and racers were watching the mud fling and fly all over! The Pros were holding their positions; Johnson was like a warrior out front battling through the treacherous conditions, and cruised to victory with little pressure. The top five finished just about the way they started with Nagy taking second, Wyman third, ahead of Pope and Markwardt. Results: 125cc: 1.Cory Catalani 2.Robbie Hyson 3.Ricki Williams 4.Travis Ward 5.Chance Trigalet 14-24: 1.Nate McLeese 2.Josh Struebig 3.Kyler Hyde 4.Matt Dissell 5.Mark Marincic +25A: 1.Tom Hofmaster 2.Justin Kelly 3.Daniel Holbus 4.Brian White 5.Dylan Martin +25B: 1.Matt Carpenter 2.Jake Kaiser 3.David West 4.Zeno Molteni 5.Kurt Stuart 250A Main: 1.Chad Johnson 2.Alexander Nagy 3.Matt Wyman 4.Brandon Pope 5.Kevin Markwardt 6.Scott Zont 7.Maxx Malatia 8.Colin Hickman 9.Aaron Leihinger 10.Kyle

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McCoy Masters Springfield Mile Springfield, Illinois - May 26/27 By Tim McBride

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ong time Grand National Expert Willie McCoy from Texas aboard his XR750 twin picked up exactly where he left off at last season’s 2011 Labor Day running of the IMDA Springfield Mile, by scoring back to back victories on today’s coveted Illinois State Fairgrounds one mile oval. The forty-two year old father of two McCoy, performed a dicey last lap that paid off while battling for the lead with Jake Johnson and Bryan Smith. Jared Mees, Johnny Lewis, and Kenny Coolbeth Jr. were all in contention as the twenty-five lap high-speed game of cat and mouse began to unfold during the closing laps. Coolbeth slipped off the groove and out of contention late in the race and as the group filed into turn three for the last time, Smith decided to try exiting low out of turn four, but he spun the tire ever so slightly allowing McCoy and Johnson a hint of breathing room during the charge to the checkers where as in typical Springfield Mile fashion McCoy held off a draft pass attempt from Johnson and Smith to score the win. Mees, Lewis and Coolbeth were only a fraction of a second behind the leaders. “Winning Springfield one time is a dream come true,” McCoy explained. “Winning it two times in a row is unbelievable! I didn’t get greatest of starts and had to do a lot of catching up. I didn’t think I was going to be able to catch that Kawi. Bryan (Smith) was riding awesome. Once I caught up, I was trying to get past him, but couldn’t. On the last lap I ran it hard into turn three and had a good run. When I saw him dart to the inside coming out of four, I drifted wide and figured I would either win it or get passed by a bunch of guys. I had to go for it. I knew I couldn’t follow and beat him.” A scary moment came shortly after the start as the pack rounded the first turn. Bran-

don Robinson, Nicole Cheza, Sammy Halbert and Robert Pearson were involved in a heavy crash. Robinson was the only one able to make the restart while Cheza was taken to the hospital complaining of back pain. Thankfully the Air Fence surrounding the track worked. Wisconsin native Jake Cunningham won the Pro Singles sixteen lap main by a fraction of an inch on his Arai Helmets/ Saddleman Seats sponsored YZ450F Yamaha. Zakk Palmer, Shayna Texter, Stephen Vanderkuur were all in the running and finished in that order as they crossed the line in a virtual dead heat.

Wiles Wins TT On Saturday, record-breaking temperatures and twenty five laps of hard riding against the best flat trackers didn’t stop Henry Wiles from winning the third round of the AMA Pro Grand TT National Championship. Round three resumed at the multi-purpose arena built and hosted by the Illinois Motorcycle Dealers Association. Wiles grabbed the holeshot at the start of the main event and never looked back while he recorded a virtuously uncontested - wire to wire victory, which became his fourth at the Springfield TT and his 21st Grand National win. Defending Grand National Champion Jake Johnson finished in second some three seconds back while being closely chased by third place finisher Jarred Mees. “I knew I had to get a good start because it was a really hard to pass,” explained Wiles. “We had a good heat race result so I had a good starting position. I was able to get the holeshot, but I knew someone was right there for a while. I just kept telling myself, ‘go faster,’ pretty soon they weren’t there.”

Pro Singles finish line shot. #94 Jake Cunningham takes the impressive win.

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Sammy Halbert finished fourth ahead of fast qualifier Jeffery Carver. The Pro Singles sixteen lap main event was also a tutorial for Hartford South Dakota’s Gerit Callies. Callies was kept honest throughout by New Jersey’s Eric Stump, and California’s Dominic Colindres. Of the top ten finishers, all were riding the Hondas. GNC TT Expert Singles: 1.Henry Wiles 2.Jake Johnson 3.Jarred Mees 4.Sammy Halbert 5.Jeffery Carver 6.Brad Baker 7.Matt Weidman 8.Steven Bonsey 9.Briar Bauman 10.Johnny Lewis 11.Kenny Coolbeth 12 Jake Mataya 13.Shaun Russell 14.Brandon Robinson 15.Bryan Smith 16.Michael Kirkness 17.Aaron King 18.Jethro Halbert 19.Donald Mullen Sat. May 26th Pro Singles: 1.Gerit Callies 2.Eric Stump 3.Dominic Colindres 4.Jason Isennock 5.Ryan Foster 6.Jake Shoemaker 7.Cory Strickler 8.Hunter King 9.Nick Mayaya 10.Hunter Taylor 11.Dan Bromley 12.Stephen Vanderkuur 13.Baily Fox 14.Ryan Wells 15.Levi Mayer 16.Cole Anderson 17.Nicholas Henderson 18.CJ Lowder GNC Twins, Sunday: 1.Willie McCoy 2.Jake Johnson 3. Bryan Smith 4.Jared Mees 5.Johnny Lewis 6.Kenny Coolbeth, Jr 7.Jethro Halbert 8.Shawn Baer 9.Jeffery Carver 10. Steven Bonsey 11.Dan Ingram 12.Mike Avila 13.Luke Gough 14.Henry Wiles 15.Matt Weidman 16.Brandon Robinson 17.Sammy Halbert 18.Nichole Cheza 19.Rob Pearson Pro Singles, Sunday: 1.Jake Cunningham 2.Zakk Palmer 3.Shanya Texter 4.Stephen Vanderkuur 5.Jake Shoemaker 6.Michael Bickerton 7.Coy Matthews 8.John Long 9.Eric Stump 10.Ryan Wells 11.Wyatt Maguire 12.James Monaco 13.Adam Bushman 14.Chaz Springsteen 15.Ryan Foster 16.Brandon Wilhelm 17.Jason Isennock 18.Robert Treinen

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Plenty Of Action, Excitement At Red Bull Indianapolis GP ‘The Ultimate Motorcycle Race in America’ includes great activities for all riders, fans he 2012 Red Bull Indianapolis GP features exciting, 200-mph racing by the world’s best riders on exotic, prototype machinery, but there also are plenty of other activities geared toward all motorcycling enthusiasts during “The Ultimate Motorcycle Race in America” on Aug. 17-19 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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There’s also great action off the road course at IMS, both at the Speedway and around Indianapolis. Major motorcycle manufacturers and aftermarket companies will display and sell their products at the Manufacturer Display area in the IMS infield and the Vendor Marketplace in the Gasoline Alley garage area.

MotoGP superstars Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo and Casey Stoner will race against American standouts Nicky Hayden, Ben Spies and Colin Edwards aboard 1000cc prototype motorcycles from Ducati, Honda, Yamaha and more on the IMS road course Sunday, Aug. 19, with practice Friday, Aug. 17 and practice and qualifying Saturday, Aug. 18. Exciting competition also will take place in the Moto2 (600cc) and Moto3 (250cc) World Championship classes featuring riders from around the world. But the distinctive rumble of American V-Twin thunder also will be heard and felt for the second consecutive year on track at IMS, as the AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Series returns for a second consecutive year. Competitors race on spec Harley-Davidson XR1200 machines, with only limited modifications allowed. This formula places a premium on rider skill and creates fantastic, side-by-side, handlebar-banging action all over the track. XR1200 races once again will take place Saturday and Sunday during Red Bull Indianapolis GP weekend, with 2011 Indy winner Tyler O’Hara among the returning competitors. Popular rider Shelina Moreda, the first female motorcycle competitor in the centuryold history of IMS, also plans to return.

Manufacturer representatives are available at the Manufacturer Display area to answer questions from fans interested in putting one of the beautiful new machines in their garage. Enthusiasts can see and purchase gear from top motorcycle equipment and accessory companies at the Red Bull Indianapolis GP Vendor Marketplace, as the popular display area for aftermarket products returns for a fifth year. The Vendor Marketplace also will feature the largest selection of motorcycle apparel anywhere. The Vendor Marketplace will be open in the Gasoline Alley garages at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the entire Red Bull Indianapolis GP, Friday, Aug. 17 through Sunday, Aug. 19. Some exquisite vintage and custom bikes – including legendary bikes from Harley-Davidson, Triumph and Indian – will be on display and run Saturday, Aug. 18 during the return of the Cycle World Rolling Concours presented by BikeBandit.com. Participants join the Cycle World staff on a ride from the track to a private lunch before riding back to the Speedway for judging. Bikes must complete the entire ride to be eligible for trophies in a variety of classes, as this event celebrates both form and function.

The beautiful machines of the Rolling Concours machines also will be on display Friday, Aug. 17 and Sunday, Aug. 19 in a special area at IMS. For those looking for a break from the intense competition at IMS and the Indy Mile, Motorcycles on Meridian is the path to a good time. South Meridian Street in downtown Indianapolis will be transformed into a festival of the motorcycle lifestyle on Friday evening, Aug. 17 and Saturday evening, Aug. 18. The streets will fill with the roar of engines from all kinds of motorcycles and the sight of leather-clad riders.

Riders will gather on Meridian all the way from Monument Circle to South Street to share interests and celebrate the Red Bull Indianapolis GP at IMS, which has been a cohost and presenter of this popular event since the inaugural year in 2008. For more information about the Red Bull Indianapolis GP and all of the surrounding events, visit www.indianapolismotorspeedway.com, the event Facebook page at www.facebook.com/IndianapolisGP Tickets for the 2012 Red Bull Indianapolis GP are on sale now. Visit www.imstix.com, call (800) 822-INDY or (317) 492-6700 or visit the IMS Ticket Office at the IMS Administration Building at the corner of Georgetown Road and 16th Street between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (ET) Monday-Friday. Tickets for groups of 20 or more also are on sale. Contact the IMS Group Sales Department at (866) 221-8775 for more information. Information on camping at IMS during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP is available at www.imstix.com. Hotel package information can be found at visitindy.com/redbull. CYCLE USA, July 2012

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Stateline: Battle at the Border Pecatonica, Illinois - June 2 By Josh Rud More photos at www.ShiftOnePhotography.com

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his weekend I made my way out to Pecatonica to catch their season’s fifth round. The racing was action packed all night with Kevin Markwardt and Tommy Hofmaster leading the fastest of the battles. The track was in great shape, offering a very unique setup that I always enjoy watching. The quads also had a great showing, and are always fun to watch. Speaking of quads, they were the first to come roaring off the gates tonight with Quad A making the races official, and Ethan Pickard taking the holeshot. With it being double points everyone was running hard, but unable to catch Pickard. Justin

Chad Johnson going to fifth in +25.

Medine and TJ Staver swapped spots a few times, but Medine was able to hold on for second. In Quad B, Kory Blake the B class point’s leader, took the holeshot, only to be passed by track new comer George Cibon. Cibon started to build up quite a lead and took the win, with Blake in second and Brandon Cesaroni taking third place. In the 250 classes tonight there was plenty of action and the A class started the battle between Kevin Markwardt and Tommy Hofmaster, that went all the way through Open A and +25. In 250A Hofmaster got off the line and never looked back. Markwardt was right behind him with Kyle White in third and Erik Utech in fourth. Markwardt was trying every spot on the track he knew to get by Hofmaster, but was held off every time. They all crossed the line in that order with Hofmaster taking the win. 250B was up next with Nate Mcleese taking the holeshot. Right behind was Logan Skaggs and Ryan Robinson. Skaggs got by Mcleese through the sweeper, but was quickly passed right back and wasn’t able to get by him again. Lucas Hayes came into the whoops section and got 54

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around Robinson to take over third, holding on to checkers. 250C came out tonight with seventeen riders. Bryce Olson, another new rider at the track took the holeshot with Trevor Hayes close and Brad Cesaroni in third. Coming into the rhythm section Hayes dug into the inside to get around Olson and took off for the eventual win. Olson finished second with Cesaroni holding onto third after a hard fought battle. Open A was out pretty late in the evening and Hofmaster came soaring off the gates taking the holeshot with Kyle White in second and Markwardt third. Markwardt got around White coming down from the first section of jumps and made a line to catch Hofmaster. Halfway through the race White was in a battle and got taken out accidentally, allowing Brandon Pope to move into third. All the while up front Markwardt was trying his best to make it around Hofmaster but was unable to, giving Hofmaster the win. In Open B Logan Skaggs got the holeshot with Lucas Hayes in second and Ricki Williams third. Williams got around Hayes in the sweeper and set his sights on Skaggs. As the race came to a close Skaggs secured his victory holding off Williams who came in second. Open C was up next with sixteen riders on the gates. Right into the first turn there was a pile-up, holding up several riders, but Trevor Hayes got out clean. Nick Blumer and Kyle Blake were right behind him. Coming into the third turn Kolton Day came up from the back and made his way around Blake to take over third place. Hayes held on to first with Blumer in second. 14-24 was up next. Logan Skaggs dug in hard and got the holeshot with Malachi Messenger second and Kyle White in third. White was on a mission looking for any way to get around Messenger. Coming down the whoops section White took the inside line and got underneath to take second place. Then they come over the finish line into the sweeper and White got by Skaggs to take over the lead. Meanwhile Nate Mcleese was charging from the back and got Messenger, and then Skaggs. He was tailing White, but didn’t get by leaving White with the win.


This was Hofmaster’s night, taking the win in +30A, and then he came out for +25. Right off the gates Hofmaster had the holeshot with Markwardt behind. Chad Johnson was in third. Every lap went by with Markwardt looking for ways to get some extra speed, but unable to. Greg Hochmuth managed to find his way around Johnson taking over the third spot on the second lap. When it was all said and done Hofmaster took his fourth win of the night! Tonight delivered some great racing! I always enjoy heading to Stateline MX to check out the race, it’s a very unique track and makes for some great action and excitement. I’m looking forward to their next event coming up at the end of July and the fair race where they combine the stadium track with the outside ring of the fairgrounds towards the end of August. Results: Quad A: 1.Ethan Pickard 2.Jacob Howlad 3.Billy Garkey 4.Tj Staver Quad B: 1.George Cibon 2.Kory Blake 3.Brandon Cesaroni 4.Austin Druien 5.Luke Meyer 50 Inj 4-8: 1.Hunter Savage 2.Nicholas Stefancik 3.Drew Damron 4.Caleb Donna 5.Zachery Johnson Quad 90: 1.Cheyanne Hitchcock 2.Zach Blake 3.Ron Placko 4.Haylee Mclain Pitbike Stk: 1.Brian Peterson 2.Ryan Popaeko 3.Kevin Popaeko 4.Danny Petersen 5.Jonathan Schwantz 50Jr: 1.Krystian Janik 2.Ian Murphy 3.Will Swango 4.Hunter Savage 5.Zachery Johnson 50Sr: 1.Justin Oehlhof 2.Cooper Bayliff 3.Hunter Billingsley 4.Mitchell Malaney 5.Radko Tomko 85Jr: 1.Noah Taylor 2.Nolan Dickinson 3.Conner Burger 4.Austin Link 5.Nick Harris 85Sr: 1.Dylan Boyd 2.Rj Mackenzie 3.Jono Madelke 4.Alex Taylor 5.Alex Oerkitz 250B: 1.Nate Mcleese 2.Logan Skaggs 3.Lucas Hayes 4.Ryan Robinson 5.Justen Timpe 250C: 1.Trevor Hayes 2.Bryce Olson 3.Brad Cesroni 4.Taylor Arberry 5.Autin Beaty 250A: 1.Thomas Hofmaster 2.Kevin Markwardt 3.Kyle White 4.Erik Utech 5.Brandon Pope 65Jr: 1.Connor Mackinnis 2.Justin Oehlhof 3.Joe Quest 4.Andre Blumer 5.Cody Donna 65Sr: 1.Nolan Dickinson 2.Conner Burger 3.Christopher Gallagher 4.Christian Swieten 5.John Greer +30A: 1.Thomas Hofmaster 2.Greg Hochmuth 3.Jason Urban +30B/C: 1.Matt Carpenter 2.Doug Harms 3.Greg

Alyssa Haling charging to second in the Women’s class. Pollak 4.Kevin Quest 5.Brian Carey 125cc 2 Str: 1.Malachi Messenger 2.Robbie Hyson 3.Ricki Williams 14-24: 1.Kyle White 2.Nate Mcleese 3.Logan Skaggs 4.Malachi Messenger 5.Kayla Miller Pitbike Mod: 1.Kevin Popaeko 2.Paul Harding 3.Ryan Popaeko 4.Brian Peterson 5.Jeremy Merryman +25: 1.Thomas Hofmaster 2.Kevin Markwardt 3.Greg Hochmuth 4.Chad Johnson 5.Brian White Open B: 1.Logan Skaggs 2.Ricki Williams 3.Lucas Hayes 4.Ryan Robinson 5.Kyle Nelson +40: 1.David Hayes 2.Roy Nafzger 3.Frank Licastro Women: 1.Sammy Mandelke 2.Alyssa Haling

Tommy Hofmaster and Kevin Markwardt after one of their races.

3.Kaylen Pellmann 4. Danielle Wilkinson 5.Amber Logeland Open C: 1.Trevor Hayes 2.Nick Blumer 3.Kolton Day 4.Kyle Blake 5.Trevor Nelson Open A: 1.Thomas Hofmaster 2.Kevin Markwardt 3.Brandon Pope 4.Erik Utech 5.Brian White 80 Open: 1.Alex Taylor 2.Noah Taylor 3.Alex Oerkfitz 4.Christopher Gallagher 5.Dennis Winter SuperMini: 1.Nick Wallace 2.Dylan Boyd 3.Sammy Mandelke

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Springfield Amatuer TT

Chad Stewart Vint 1980

Justin Jones 250-Open

Brandon Price 85cc

Kyle Kerns 251-450cc

Tyler Scott 50cc Shaft &Chain

Illinois State Fairgrounds - May 27, 2012 Photos By Tim McBride Results: 250-Open (14+): 1.Dan Bromley, Warrington PA; 2.Kip Clark, East Peoria IL; 3.CJ Lowder, Springfield IL; 4.Sammy Sweet, Cypress TX; 5.Ryan Wells, Albion NY 66-85cc (&-15): 1.Tyler Mink, Galesburg IL; 2.Trent Mcvey, St.Augenstine IL; 3.Andy Hughes, Taylorville IL; 4.Blake Steinwagner, Marissa IL; 5.Jarret Naas, Evansville IN 0-51 STK SHFT (4-8): 1.Tyler Scott, Emmaus PA; 2.Landon Drowns, Peoria IL; 3.Corbin Erickson, Sioux Falls SD; 4.Hayden Steinwagner, Marissa IL; 5.Adelle Rolofson, Argenta IL 251-450cc: 1.Dan Bromley, Warrington PA; 2.Kip Clark, East Peoria IL; 3.Sammy Sweet, Cypress TX; 4.Kyle W Kerns, Cedar Falls IA; 5.Brandon

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Jarrett Naas 125A

Dawson Schieffer 65cc

Wayne Kerns +50

Chase Wright 86-160cc

Shelstad, Gillette WA 86-200cc: 1.Kolby Carlile, Conandaigna NY; 2.Jacob B Gutterridge, Danville IL; 3.Jarrett Nass, Evansville IN; 4.Austin Goodwin, Keensburg CO +50: 1.Wayne Kerns, Cedar Falls IA; 2.George Mack, Itaska IL; 3.Jerry Cheney, Bloomfield IA; 4.Joe Baggott, Peoria IL; 5.David York, Princeton IL 201-250cc: 1.Jake Lewis, Princeton KY; 2.Cole Anderson, Cambridge MN; 3.Dan Bromley, Warrington PA; 4.Brandon Shelstad, Gillette WY; 5.Joseph Bromley, Warrington PA 0-51 STK CHN (4-8): 1.Kash Schnowske, Cambridge IL; 2.Aidan Roosevans, O’fallon IL (Cob); 3.Tristin Grove, Humbolt IL; 4.Brady Lange, Campbellsport WI; 5.Tyler Scott, Emmaus PA +40: 1.Sammy Sweet, Cypress TX; 2.Jon Nunes, King City CA; 3.Dallas Mayer, Carbondale IL; 4.Tom McCarthy, Des Moines, IA; 5.Mark Schwieter, Lewlesburg IL

52-65CC (7-11): 1.Blake Steinwagner, Marissa IL; 2.Morgan Monroe, Cedar Lake IN; 3.Brayton Lynch, Springfield IL; 4.Chase Banning, Neoga IL (Poi); 5.Jake Fell, Galesburg IL Vintage 1980: 1.Mike Caves, Galesburg IL; 2.Chad Stewart, Norwalk IA; 3.Josh Lowder, Springfield IL; 4.Jerry Cheney, Bloomfield IA; 5.Joe Baggott, Peoria IL 86-160cc 4 STK (12+): 1.Molly Terry, Creve Coeur IL; 2.Turner Roberts, Wataga IL; 3.Gary Rolofson III, Argenta IL; 4.Ryan Sandoval, Abingdon IL; 5.Trent McVey, St Augustine IL 75-125cc 4 STK (7-11): 1.Jarrett Naas, Evensville IN; 2.Lukas Villarreal, Henderson IL; 3.Clayton Archdale, East Peoria IL +30: 1.Sammy Sweet, Cypress TX; 2.Tom McCarthy, Des Moines IA; 3.Bryan Simcox, Honeybrook PA; 4.Mark Schwieter, Lewesburg IL; 5.Bret Tremblay, Flushing MI


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Twice the Fun at Arkansaw Arkansaw, WI - June 16-17 By Cody Wills

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practice session ran on Friday helped the rained soaked track transform into prime prepped shape for Saturday, which was the first day of Arkansaw’s first double header of the year. There was some record setting rain fall in the surrounding areas, but the valley the track sits in took what they got well. The Arkansaw crew have this place figured out over the years, and had an amazing deep tilled track ready to go. The +30A class had a really good battle Saturday between Michael Little and Kris Dubiel. In the first moto Little got out front quick with Dubiel close behind. Ben Schweighardt was in third. Little, lap after lap just barley held of Dubiel. Little kept his Suzuki RM250 ahead to pick up the first moto win. Moto two started out the same but Dubiel found a way around Little quick. Little kept him honest all moto but ended up settling for second. Dubiel took the win and overall, Little picked up second overall as Schweighardt was third again. The 85 Junior class had a couple standouts in it. Seth Doeberlein grabbed both holeshots and put a decent lead on second place Nate Telfer. Seth and Nate seemed to be a step above the rest in both motos, finishing 1-2 each time out. Darren Feucht put Chris Staige in Sunday's +35 125cc class.

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his Yamaha across in third. The battle was of the class was over fourth. Kaden Degenhardt, Nolan Rommel, and Devin Blume had some of the closest racing of the day. They were swapping spots each lap, in both motos. Degenhardt’s 4-5 scores got him fourth overall when it was all over. Rommel’s 6-4 was good for fifth ahead of Blume (56). Good going guys! Racing continued on Sunday, and in 250C’s first moto Reese Bakken put his Honda out front right away with Jason Lucht close behind. Bakken was able put up a good fight and hold off Lucht until the third lap when Lucht finally got by. Coming through the pack after a bad start, after dominating his class Saturday was Collin Reinhart. He charged from way back to catch up to the heels of Bakken who was in second. While he had to settle for third, it was a great ride. Garrett Weir picked up fourth. In the second moto Lucht again got out front, with Reinhart close behind. Bakken didn’t get as good of a start this moto. In the mix though was Garrett Weir and Colton Bentz. Lucht went down late in the moto, handing the win and overall to Reinhart on his YZ125. Weir inherited second place and second overall with his 4-2 scores. Bentz picked up third, just ahead of Bakken who’s 2-4 scores still earned him third overall. Open B had some shifting

Andy Lieders was strong all weekend in 250A and +25A.

around each moto as well. Robert Pagel got out front early with a challenge from Pat Kumm in the first moto. Kumm worked the insides on Pagel in the tight corners keeping it close for the first three or so laps. Tyler Stoll was in third doing battle with John Weir, who was really fast, but working up from a bad start. Kumm eventually had to settle for second giving Pagel the win. Stoll had a great moto picking up third. Moto two was a different story as Pat Kumm and his Suzuki got pushed way wide on the start causing him to go off the track and having to start from dead last. Pagel got out front again and this time had John Weir was on his heels. Hayden Henry put himself in third after a seventh in moto one, but the battle for the lead was on and Weir made a move on Pagel to take over the lead. Pagel tried to make another run at it, but it was too late and he accepted second in the moto, still good for first overall though. Weir’s moto win gave him a second overall. Tyler

Stoll could only make it up to fifth, but it was enough for third overall. Kumm made his way up to sixth after a long ride from dead last, giving him fourth overall. All in all it was a good weekend of racing, with only spotty showers. Those spotty showers along with great track prep from the Arkansaw crew made for the best track conditions. Not much watering was needed as Mother Nature provided that at the right times, not disrupting any racing, perfect on a motocross weekend. See you back here at the end of July for another double-header! Sunday, D16 Points Results: 250A: 1.Bryce Backaus 2.Talon Bronk 3.Andy Lieders 250B: 1.Robert Pagel 2.Alex Bresina 3.Tyler Degenhardt 4.Eric Anderson 5.Benjamin Parmeter 250C: 1.Collin Reinhart 2.Garrett Weir 3.Reese Bakken 4.Jason Lucht 5.Colton Bentz Open A: 1.Bryce Backaus 2.Andy Lieders Open B: 1.Robert Pagel 2.John Weir 3.Tyler Stoll 4.Pat Kumm 5.Hayden Henry Open C: 1.Bradley Bauer 2.Jason Lucht 3.Jonathan Richardson 4.Reese Bakken 5.Riley Telfer


Sports B/C: 1.John Weir 2.Jordan Schlosser 3.Matthew Drier 4.Bradley Bauer 5.Hayden Henry 125Jr: 1.Aj Meidl 2.Bryce Telfer 3.Collin Reinhart 4.Bradley Bauer 5.Brady Bill 65cc 7-11: 1.Kaden Degenhardt 2.Nolan Rommel 3.Devin Blume 4.Cody Gamble 5.Luke Vanlyssel 85cc 9-11: 1.Seth Doeberlein 2.Darren Feucht 3.Devin Blume 4.Nolan Rommel 5.Kaden Degenhardt 85cc 12-15: 1.Jarred Feucht 2.Clayton Rankin 3.Tristian Tuhy 4.Cale Ninneman 5.Bradon Weinstein 85 Open: 1.Seth Doeberlein 2.Darren Feucht 3.Tristian Tuhy 4.Nolan Rommel 5.Kaden Degenhardt SuperMini: 1.Clayton Rankin 2.Dustin Hafenstein 3.Devin Blume 4.Tyler Gamble 5.Kyle Sundberg 50Jr 4-6: 1.Nolan Schweighardt 2.Trevor Simone 3.Brody Tobianski 4.Benjamin Blazek 50Sr 7-8: 1.Luke Vanlyssel 2.Matthew Trulen 3.Jaybreal Mata Women: 1.Ashley Rydman 2.Sierra Heindl +25A: 1.Andy Lieders 2.Pat Kumm 3.Kristopher Dubiel 4.Cody Wills +25B/C: 1.Andy Draeger 2.Ryan Jorns 3.Matt Fisher 4.Aaron Kania +30B/C: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Jeff Ramsay 3.Wayne Slagle 4.Michael Trulen 5.Matt Fisher +30A: 1.Rex Stephenson 2.Christapher Staige 3.Benjamin Schweighardt 4.Kristopher Dubiel +35 (125cc): 1.Christapher Staige 2.Rex Stephenson 3.Michael Barta 4.John Dubiel +40: 1.Jeffrey Mclain 2.Matt Bronk 3.Tom Ferguson 4.Jason Heindl 5.Michael Trulen

+50: 1.Jeffrey Mclain 2.Jeff Ramsay 3.Wayne Slagle 4.Wayne Welzien 5.Michael Barta Quad A: 1.Ben Kurtzweill Quad B/C: 1.Parker Wewerka 2.Shadow Kitchner 3.Grant Wewerka 4.Derek Roller 5.Dustin Bennish +45: 1.John Mulligan 2.Paul Geibl 3.Leon Maynard 4.Douglas Ninneman 5.Tom Long Saturday Results: 250A: 1.Andy Lieders 2.Talon Bronk 250B: 1.Robert Pagel 2.Tyler Stoll 3.John Weir 4.Tyler Degenhardt 5.Zach Wolf 250C: 1.Collin Reinhart 2.Garrett Weir 3.Riley Telfer 4.Colton Bentz 5.Jeremy Smith Open B: 1.Tanner Anderson 2.Robert Pagel 3.Matthew Drier 4.John Weir 5.Tyler Degenhardt Open C: 1.Bradley Bauer 2.Justen Seipel 3.Reese Bakken 4.Jeremy Smith 5.Jonathan Richardson Sports B/C: 1.Jordan Schlosser 2.Tanner Anderson 3.Bradley Bauer 4.Robert Reinders 5.Peyton Fulkerson Collin Reinhart picked up wins both days in 250C. 125Jr: 1.Aj Meidl 2.Jakob Passineau 3.Bryce Telfer 85cc Open: 1.Seth Doeberlein +30B/C: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Dean An4.Bradley Bauer 5.Brady Bill 2.Clayton Rankin 3.Darren Feucht derson 3.Matt Price 4.Douglas Ninne65cc 7-11: 1.Kaden Degenhardt 4.Devin Blume man 5.Tom Long 2.Nolan Rommel 3.Devin Blume SuperMini: 1.Sebastian Conner +30A: 1.Kristopher Dubiel 2.Michael 85cc 9-11: 1.Seth Doeberlein 2.Nate 2.Cale Ninneman 3.Matthew Mowery Little 3.Benjamin Schweighardt Telfer 3.Darren Feucht 4.Kaden De50Jr 4-6: 1.Nolan Schweighardt +40: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Jeffrey genhardt 5.Nolan Rommel Women: 1.Ashley Rydman Mclain 3.Matt Bronk 4.Jeff Ramsay 85cc 12-15: 1.Jarred Feucht 2.Clay+25A: 1.Andy Lieders 2.Kristopher 5.Wayne Welzien ton Rankin 3.Cale Ninneman 4.Austin Dubiel 3.Cody Wills 4.Michael Little +50: 1.Jeffrey Mclain 2.Jeff Ramsay Collins 5.Matthew Mowery +25B/C: 1.Pat Kumm 3.Mike Mcneil 4.Wayne Slagle

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Cipala King at Kewaskum HC Kewaskum, Wisconsin - June 17 By Rose Dorcey

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t couldn't have been drier at the Kettle Moraine Sports Riders' 2012 hillclimb in Kewaskum, but the parched, slippery hill conditions didn't stop Logan Cipala from setting fast time of the day, and coming out on top as the King of the Hill winner. Cipala knew the entire hill was rough and technical, and that he needed to ride smoothly on the bottom section during his King of the Hill run. “There was a really tricky groove after the breaker,” Cipala explained. “The biggest problem was to get through it smoothly. I figured if I could do that I would have a shot at winning it.” Cipala got through it and hit the top just the way he wanted, paying off with a winning time of 8.58 seconds. The 2011 AMA Amateur National 600 class champion, Cipala qualified for the King of the Hill run with his 600 Pro class time of 8.43 on his Kawasaki. He set the time on his first run in that class and it held as the fastest of the day. He won the 600 class just ahead of his dad, Todd Cipala, who was second at 8.54. Most riders knew their first round times may be their fastest as they struggled to find traction on the dry, dusty hill. That was the case for Luke Parmeter, who set a lightning fast first-round time of 8.45 in the 250 Pro class on his KTM. The reigning 250 class Amateur champion said, “You had to make the first run count. It was a tough hill today, but it was fun. The crowd enjoyed it too!” Logan settled for a second place finish behind Parmeter, with an 8.92second ride. This 29th annual event took place on a modified hill section at the Sunburst Ski Area. Of the more than 100 entries, hometown riders were especially popular. Josh Mueller and his Harley Davidson wowed the crowd with his 8.63 second Open Pro class winning ride. Another local rider, first-time hillclimber (motocrosser) Sam Long of West Bend, made an exciting debut in the Open Stock class as he and his Honda scaled the slick hill, without benefit of swingarm extensions, in just 9.99 seconds. “The first run was basically a practice for me to get the feel of the hill,” Long said. “I ended up sitting in first place at the end of the first round. The second round was go time and I 60

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launched up the hill perfectly straight and ended up getting a 9.99. I had a lot of fun and would like to thank Interstate Sawing, Southeast Sales, and Ride Sports.” The spectator friendly event was packed with fans cheering for everyone on the hill. It was another exciting day, and already on the calendar of many for next season. Results: 400 Stk: 1.Dennis Sussek 2.Dan Guhr 3.Andy Heinecke Open Stk: 1.Sam Long 2.Andy Heinecke 3.Garret Graf 250 Pro: 1.Luke Parmeter 2.Logan Cipala 3.Andy Eichinger 600 Pro: 1.Logan Cipala 2.Todd Cipala 3.Luke Parmeter Open Pro: 1.Josh Mueller 2.Logan Cipala 3. Kirk Mueller Antique: 1.Dan Vrana 2.Brett Lobajeski King of the Hill: 1.Logan Cipala 2.TC Allen 3.Kirk Mueller

Local rider Josh Mueller won the Open class onboard his big Harley.

Logan Cipala on his KX500 was the day’s big winner.


Azzie Opening Short Track H Lake Mills, WI - June 16

aving been to a lot of races already this year, I was excited to catch my first Dirt Track of the season. It couldn’t have come at a better time... mid June, a perfect evening, and the Aztalan Cycle Club was hosting their opening Short Track of 2012. Everything was set for a great night, and it was for sure. One of the first classes out on the track was for the 50cc Four Stroke riders. Trevor Infalt took the early lead with Ezra Brusky right on him while class newcomer Sutton Skodras ran in third. Infalt tried to open a gap, but into the second lap Brusky caught a good line and cut under to take the lead. Infalt may not have seen it coming, but he reacted with full throttle and retook the lead in the next lap. From there he ran with it to the checkers, keeping his bike pegged all the way this time. The +50 Senior class had seven riders on the line for the final, and when the light went green, Plymouth, WI’s Mike Yogerst left no doubt that he wanted the win. Jumping off the line and leading around turn two and three, he immediately went to work establishing the front position. Behind him Chuck Dickenson slid under William Berger just after the start, ahead of David Grasser and Daniel Von-

moos. By the fourth lap Yogerst was comfortable out front, but Berger was pushing Dickenson hard, wanting that second place position back. As the white flag flew, they were still super close, and with just half a lap to go Berger gave up on the inside, and took the long, fast outside line around Dickenson to grab second place at the line. Pretty good action for the eldest group on the track! Frequently a crowd favorite, and tonight’s largest class, Classics 250-400cc had eleven riders from four states. Shane Sullivan led from the start. Iowa’s William Berger climbed through the pack to take over the lead with a lap to go, then pulled out of the race. Sullivan finished the last lap out front ashe had started, while Iowa’s James McDermott finished second. Matthew Mcnall had a good battle with Robert Ith for a couple laps before making his way around to third. Ith finished fourth ahead of Michigan’s George Patrick. The Open class had the best battle of the evening. Regular front runners Morgen Mischler and Trey Johnson spent most of the race dragging bars and fighting for the win after both slipped by another fast guy, Erich Olsen. Mischler HD/ BMW/ Bell/ Millenium Technologies backed Mischler after the race, “I got a pretty good jump, then Trey Johnson came under me and

Clasics 250-400cc riders waiting for the green light, #39 Shane Sullivan took the win.

Brady Lange won both the 65cc and 85cc classes.

Jake Foti won Quad A and Open Quad.


went ahead of Erich Olson in turn one. I turned in and got by Erich just in time to keep Trey from getting away. I got close to Trey and we ran really tight. I went under him, and actually ran over his steel shoe doing it. My tires were sticking good, and the track was great, I love it here.” Olson held on for a comfortable third ahead of Christian Johnson, Alexia Hoffman and the rest of the class. Kaukauna, WI’s Donald Young was strong at the right time in the Quad B class. After a rough start to the night in his heat race, he powered off the line in the main, and never looked back. It may have been a good decision as nipping at his heels all the way was Sherman Lackey and Jarrett Marshall. Terry Vestal took his beautiful Yamaha 650 to the win in the Vintage class. Even though he seems casual about racing the bike... some rides just look too clean to put on the track. Good thing for us

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he doesn’t agree. Brett Durant had the best reaction off the line in the Quad A class, pulling the lead into turn one. Jake Foti had little desire to run in second place though, and quickly went to the outside and made the pass coming out of turn two. Foti, “I wanted a good start, but had the other guy beat me. I went around the outside for the lead and then rode my own race, and tried not to make any mistakes. I had a good night, also winning the Open Quad class. The track had a good grove. Everything is really dry, but it was still good.” Durant held on for second after fighting to hold off Chuck Calvert, who in turn was pushed hard by Rob Reitz. Young Brady Lange had a good night. We caught him after his 85cc class ride. “I took my time out there after getting a bad start. I passed a couple riders. On the last lap I figured I better hurry up and

+40 class rider Todd Lefeber scored his first ever win!


Ezra Brusky charging in the 50cc Four stroke class

pass the leader, and I did. It felt really good to win. It was harder than getting the lead right away.” Hayden Zurn made him work for the win big time, as they swapped the lead twice in that final lap before Lange took the front position for good. Lange also won the 65cc class earlier in the program, beating Zurn, Loyal Prach, Devin Massie and five other riders. One of the last races of the evening was for the +40 class riders. Malone, WI’s Todd Lefeber got out front early and went on for the big win. Not just any win, but his first ever. As he

carried the checkered flag around the track after, you could see his smile... no hiding how happy he was. Lefeber, “I just started racing a year ago, and last year I was always towards the back, and never in the front. I had a lot of help from other riders around me, getting the bike set up and learning. This is so fun, and I have met the greatest people out here flat track racing, it is simply awesome. and I am really happy.” Talk about a perfect way to wrap up a great night of racing... nothing is better than talking with a young rider excited about

#49 Luke Fox and Patrick Stemper battle in the Open class.

a come from behind win, and then a new racer getting his first victory. To find racing as an adult and discover what so many of us already know (this is a magnificent sport), it doesn’t get much better than that. Just another night at the races! Results: Air Cooled Prod Quad: 1.Tyler Allen 2.Hayden Reitz Jr 3.Hunter Schultz 50cc 4 Str 4-8: 1.Trevor Infalt 2.Ezra Brusky 3.Sutton Skodras +50: 1.Mike Yogerst 2.William Berger 3.Chuck Dickenson 4.David Grasser 5.Daniel Vonmoos +30: 1.Sergius Figliuzzi 2.Jim Kirschbaum 3.Patrick Stemper 4.Todd Lefeber 5.Patrick Ryder 50cc Shaft 4-8: 1.Sutton Skodras 2.Adam Marsch 3.Ty Marshall 4.Xander Figliuzzi Classics 250-400cc: 1.Shane Sullivan 2.James Mcdermott 3.Matthew Mcnall 4.Robert Ith 5.George Patrick Open: 1.Morgen Mischler 2.Trey

Johnson 3.Erich Olson 4.Christian Johnson 5.Alexia Hoffmann 65cc 7-11: 1.Brady Lange 2.Hayden Zurn 3.Loyal Prach 4.Devin Massie 5.Trevor Infalt Quad B: 1.Donald Young 2.Sherman Lackey 3.Jarrett Marshall 4.Brian Sommers 5.Kenneth Remer Twins/Vintage: 1.Terry Vestal 2.Robert Reese 3.Ken Rottmann 4.Mark Martinich Quad A: 1.Jake Foti 2.Brett Durant 3.Chuck Calvert 4.Rob Reitz 5.Brandy Moede 85cc 7-15: 1.Brady Lange 2.Hayden Zurn 3.Brooke Chromy 4.Ava Stobb +40: 1.Todd Lefeber 2.Mike Yogerst 3.Patrick Ryder 4.Daniel Vonmoos 5.Michael Hunter 125-250cc: 1.Morgen Mischler 2.Christian Johnson 3.Zachary Ryan 4.Parker Lange 5.Jim Kirschbaum Jr Quad: 1.Tyler Jirousek 2.Tyler Allen 3.Tyler Schrimpf Open Quad: 1.Jake Foti 2.Jarrett Marshall 3.Kenneth Remer 4.Chuck Calvert 5.Donald Young 251-505cc: 1.Morgen Mischler 2.Erich Olson 3.Trey Johnson 4.Alexia Hoffmann 5.Robert Reese

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Denson, McGurer fast at Neoga Neoga, Illinois - May 26-27 By Bud Northrup Photos by Martha Peters

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he Central Illinois Motorcycle Club hosted a hillclimb double header with Josh Denson and Joe McGurer emerging as the fastest riders. Denson earned his Fast Time award on Saturday night, winning the fast and large 600cc class. His first round time on his KX500 would have held up all night, but he beat it himself with a 2.320 second high flying ride in the second round, giving him the top two times of the night. Jared McKay, also KX500 mounted, was his closest challenger in both the 600cc class and for fast time, posting a 2.463 on his first run. Dan Groth was third in the class in 2.624 seconds on his CR500.

Josh Denson posted the Fast Time Saturday night.

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Joe McGurer was the fast guy on Sunday, his 2.551 second first round time on his Kawasaki good enough to win the 600cc class and take the coveted Fast Time award. Jared McKay was once again the closest challenger in both the 600cc class and for fast time with a 2.639 second first round time. McKay crashed hard with a hand full of throttle on his second ride trying to claim the win. Dan Groth claimed third again. McGurer was also the only double class winner of the weekend, adding the 250cc class win on Sunday. His 2.686 second time on his KX250 in the first round stood up for the win, ahead of runner-up Jon Creek who posted a 2.917 second time on his RM250. Matt Peters was third in 2.936 seconds on his

Jon Brian and Andy Fortner split wins in posting the Youth Fast Times, Brian’s coming on Sunday.

Honda. In youth action, Andy Fortner claimed the 85Jr class win and the Youth Fast time award Saturday night. His 3.170 second first round time on his CR85 was only two thousandths of a second quicker than Levi Peters on his KX85. In Sunday action, Jonathan Brian came from behind to overtake both Fortner and Peters for the 85Jr class win and the Youth Fast Time. Fortner took the first round lead with a 3.452 second run, and Peters slipped under that with a 3.354 second time on his second ride. Brian then flew his YZ85 over in 3.343 seconds to take the class win by nine thousandths of a second, claiming the class win and Youth Fast Time trophy. In other youth class action, Brodie Bennett claimed the 50cc class win both days with Alivia Young second Saturday and Jaydn Aliprandini second on Sunday. Derick Bell was the 65cc class winner both days. Jacob Bell was the best in the 85Sr class Saturday with Dakota Watson second, while Skyler Rohr took the win Sunday with Bell second. Lakota ‘Shay’ Ashworth

was the Women’s class victor on both days with Ali Harnish second Saturday and Lilah McGurer second on Sunday. Saturday Results: 50cc: 1.Brodie Bennett 2.Alivia Young 3.Jaydn Aliprandini 4.Ian Dukes Jr 5.Kody Groth. 65cc: 1.Derick Bell 2.Andrew Fortner 3.Lilah McGurer 4.Levi Peters 5.Gage Stear. 85Jr: 1.Andrew Fortner 2.Levi Peters 3.Jon Brian 4.Jed Goering 5.Derick Bell. 85Sr: 1.Jacob Bell 2.Dakota Watson 3.Clay Hirsch 4.Skyler Rohr 5.Reece Hutton. Women: 1.Shay Ashworth 2.Ali Harnish 3.Lilah McGurer 4.Liz Klett 5.Stacey Morris. 125cc: 1.Kyle Galloway. 200cc: 1.Brian Shutt 2.Shay Ashworth. 250cc: 1.Jon Creek 2.Matt Peters 3.Robert Fortner 4.Joe McGurer 5.Marty Steinacher. 450cc: 1.Matt Peters 2.Bobby Senn 3.Dan Groth 4.Chuck Mathewson 5.Cody Jenner. 600cc: 1.Josh Denson 2.Jared McKay 3.Dan Groth 4.Kyle Galloway 5.Bobby Senn. 600 4St: 1.Kirk Gorsuch 2.Cody Jenner 3.Dan Groth 4.Bobby Senn 5.Troy Camerer. OPN: 1.Brian Klett. +40: 1.Andy Fortner 2.Mike Pulver 3.Matt Peters 4.Jon Creek. +50: 1.Mark Peters 2.Keith Klett. 400 St: 1.Mike Pulver 2.Troy Camerer 3.Kyle Galloway 4.Sheldon Truelove 5.Andy Fortner. Opn St: 1.Ben Elson 2.Joe McGurer 3.Mike Pulver 4.Steve Bell. QD-4: 1.Jeff Ramey 2.Tyler Horn.


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Mess Claims Dairyland Classic Plymouth, Wisconsin - June 2 By Bert Sumner Photos By Pete Emme

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ared Mees dominated the 450cc Pro/ Expert division at the 28th Annual Dairyland Classic presented by Hoban Brothers, claiming his 4th consecutive victory in the process on his self-tuned Honda CRF450R. Fellow Grand National regulars Brad Baker, Rob Pearson, Brandon Robinson, and Kenny Coolbeth followed Mees home. Twenty-four hundred fans came through the turnstiles to watch eighteen Experts and thirteen Pros qualify into the program. Mees made his intentions known early by posting the first sub-16-second lap in over five years with a 15.957-second (75mph) lap around the 1/3-mile clay oval. Nick Cummings’ 2008 record of 15.311 (78mph) Top three in the Main, Jared Mees (#9) won again ahead of Brad Baker and Rob Pearson. remains safe for another year. son, Carver, Janisch, Coolbeth, DeRuyter, man earned the pole position for the final with Matt Weidman (16.199 sec) and Mikey Avila Avila, and Stear. Baker passed Weidman for a new six-lap track record of 1:41.698. Due to (16.244 sec) claimed the pole positions for the third on lap four, and began hammering on inclement weather in the area and a rapidlyother two heat races. Mees led the first 450 Kolkman for the runner-up spot on lap six. approaching curfew, the planned Pro/Expert Pro/Expert heat race flag-to-flag, taking 2011 On lap 8, Kolkman and Baker got together in semis were scrapped, which moved Rob PearGrand National Rookie Of The Year Brad turn two, with Kolkman’s great night coming son, Jefferey Carver, and Ion Stear into the Baker and Jeremy DeRuyter into the final. to an end as he low-sided. Weidman got loose twelve-rider final. Henry Wiles, Mick KirkKayl Kolkman similarly led the second heat in turn two on lap 17, but crashed in turn ness, Jake Cunningham and sixteen others race wire-to-wire, with Weidman and Robinthree, ending his solid run in third. At the were done for the night. son heading to the final. Coolbeth claimed flag, Mees claimed an unprecedented fourth Mees grabbed the holeshot in the 450cc the final heat race win, with Jesse Janisch and consecutive Dairyland Classic win, with a Pro/ Expert final and never looked back. Avila also earning tickets to the final. Kolknew 20-lap track record of 5:31.032 (72.5 “Usually I get a bad start here and have to Kenny Coolbeth (#2) taking the Jim Sumner Memorial Dash For Cash.

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fight through the pack, but tonight I got the holeshot and it was nice to just set my own pace”. Coolbeth got tangled up with several riders in turn two and nearly took a major soil sample in front of the entire pack. He somehow kept it on two wheels but dropped out of contention. The running order at the end of the opening lap read Mees, Kolkman, Weidman, Baker, Pearson, Robin-

mph). Baker, Pearson, Robinson, and Coolbeth rounded out the top five. Coolbeth claimed his first-ever Jim Sumner Memorial Dash For Cash victory, narrowly besting Mees in the six-lap dash. Kevin Walter grabbed the holeshot, but Jefferey Carver led Coolbeth, Mees, and Weidman after one lap. Mees moved into second on lap two, and then made his patented move under Carver as they entered turn one on lap 3. Mees and Carver got together, pushing both off the groove, and Coolbeth capitalized by knifing low in turn two to take the lead, which he would never relinquish. “I knew Jared was going to try something going into one, and I figured Jeff would try to block him” Coolbeth recalled afterwards. “They got together, gave me an opening, and I took it”. An interesting side note is that Coolbeth is the only full-time Grand National competitor who raced against Jim Sumner prior to his death in 2002. Rick Bretl dominated the Vintage division on his Yamaha TT500, winning the


fastest heat and leading every lap of the final. Bretl led former winners Dan Vrana and Terry Vestal into the final from one heat race, along with Bill Berger, Louie Lauters and Roger Johnson. Erich Olson won the other Vintage heat over Mark Muth, Dan Lauters, Troy Johnson, Mike Yogerst, and Steve Kasten. In the final, Bretl led wire-to-wire with Vestal in hot pursuit. Muth, Vrana, Olson and Dan Lauters battled for 3rd, swapping positions around the track until Vrana’s frame broke, sending him to the rear. Bretl claimed the win over Vestal, with Olson besting Muth and Lauters for third. Parker Lange won the first Amateur heat race over Christian Johnson, Cole Nallin, and Soren LaValley. Morgen Mischler, Charlotte Kainz, Lexi Hoffman, and Andrew Schleicher earned spots in the final from Amateur heat two, while Zachary Ryan, Jim Kirschbaum, Jordan Houpt and Patrick Ryder took the final positions from Amateur heat three. Mischler sat on the pole for the final, but Kainz grabbed the holeshot and held on for her first Amateur Division win (to go with her two previous Youth division titles). Mischler, Hoffman, Lange, and Nallin rounded out the top five. In Quad division action, Wesley Asbach, Brett Durant, and Tony Daino transferred out of the first heat race. Jake Foti, Cory Mahlum, and Kenneth Remer earned spots in the final out of the second heat race, and Chuck Calvert, DJ Slosser, and Scott Glynn

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transferred out of the last heat race. Foti earned the pole position for the main by virtue of the fastest heat, so Steven Louis rounded out the ten-rider main event from heat race #2. Foti grabbed the holeshot in the final and led every lap with Calvert close behind. Asbach ran in third for the first half of the final until Cory Mahlum moved past for the final podium spot. In Youth division action, Cody Funk claimed the heat race win over Brooke Chromy and Brady Lange, but Lange turned the tables in the final, claiming his first Youth division title over Funk and Hayden Zurn.

Results: Pro/Expert: 1.Jared Mees 2.Brad Baker 3.Rob Pearson 4.Brandon Robinson 5.Kenny Coolbeth 6.Jefferey Carver 7.Jeremy DeRuyter Jim Sumner Memorial Dash: 1.Kenny Coolbeth 2.Jared Mees 3.Matt Weidman 4.Jefferey Carver 5.Kevin Walter Vintage: 1.Rick Bretl 2.Terry Vestal 3.Erich Olson 4.Mark Muth 5.Dan Lauters 6.Troy Johnson 7.Steve Kasten Amateur: 1.Charlotte Kainz 2.Morgen Mischler 3.Lexi Hoffman 4.Parker Lange 5.Cole Nallin 6.Soren LaValley 7.Jim Kirschbaum Quad: 1.Jake Foti 2.Chuck Calvert 3.Cory Mahlum 4.Wesley Asbach 5.Brett Durant 6.Tony Daino 7.DJ Slosser Youth: 1.Brandy Lange 2.Cody Funk 3.Hayden Zurn


Blue Hills Enduro Summit Lake Game Farm Stone Lake, Wisconsin - June 17 By Michael Pohl

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hat is it about this place, and this particular enduro? Every year it’s tougher than a rhino’s hide and every year riders keep coming back for more. The numbers tell the tale: 38% of the entire field of riders did not make it to the last check. One in five A riders failed to finish. Nearly one in three B riders did not make it to the last check. And a staggering 83% of the C riders didn’t finish. Vet A rider Chad Hawkens said, “instead of a podium presentation for the top finishers, they should have a stage for all those that completed the race, because just finishing is worthy of that kind of reception”. The Blue Hills Enduro’s reputation as the region’s toughest enduro remains secure. The event commenced under blue skies as riders headed first into the “jungle” section at the Summit Lake Game Farm. In a break from past events, Trail Boss Mike Ward switched from traditional timekeeping rules to the National Enduro Restart format. The A/B course was 42 miles of slick and slippery trails. And of course the stones and rocks peppering the trail were there as well, from start to finish. Overall winner was Wisconsin rider JD Friebel, with a score of 47. Friebel said after the event, “All and all I had a good day, it came down to who could go fast through the mud and rocks Stone Lake is known for, and who got their bike to the finish line in one piece.” Friebl was followed by Nate Ferderer, who bashed in his sprocket, with a 53, Craig

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200C rider Craig Behun.

Holasek with a 55 and brothers Joe and Zach Martinson rounding out the top five scores with a 59 and 61 respectively. Overall B winner Jonathan Banks said, “The shortened race was appreciated, but it didn't lead me to think that the race wasn't

going to be tough”. AA rider Luke Wilder said, “ The first section was very slow, tight and technical with it being quite slippery since it was still early in the morning. I expected the second section to be drying up but it was also wet. It was a lot more open and had higher speeds, but the random rocks were hidden and slippery, and could jump out and bite you quickly. And that's what they did to me.” Open A rider Nate Zambon obviously loves a challenging ride, “This year's Stone Lake was my favorite as far as trails and layout goes, the rain made things slick but still tons of fun.” 200A rider Doug Latvala said, “I believe that was the slipperiest goo I have ever ridden on. At one point I was on the gas, going up a slight incline. Forward motion slowed to a stop and without letting off the throttle, I started going backwards!” 200C rider Chris Tomolillo acknowledged that “strategic riding played a big part in this year’s enduro.” Vet A rider Jason Goth might have spoken for many riders; “My first race at Stone Lake. Worse thing I've ever done. Still, I finished and had a good time with friends. Can't wait for next year.” Even a Rhino would be envious of the thick hides these riders have. There’s just something about this place that attracts the toughest of the tough.


Results: Overall: JD Friebel Overall A: Pete Laubmeier Overall B:Jonathan Banks Overall C: Jason Stark AA: 1.Nate Ferderer 2.Craig Holasek 3.Joe Martinson 4.Zach Martinson 5.Mitchell Treichler Vet A: 1.Anthony DiPiazza 2.Sean Mowry 3.Brandon Hansen 4.Chad Hawkins 5.Jason Goth Senior A: 1.Mike Multerer 2.Pat Adrian 3.Pete Caron 4.Bryon Dixon 5.Jeffrey Magowan S SR A: 1.Robert Swift 2.Kent Goble

3.Kraig Anderson 4.Nick Zambon 5.Dave Schreiner 200A: 1.Steve Vandenboogart 2.Tyler Pogreba 3.Douglas Latvala 250A: 1.Paul Reschke 2.Mitchell Watson 3.Todd Mathwig Open A: 1.Nathan Zambon 2.Alex Martinson 3.Michael Heuer 4.Tim Ostroot 5.Randy Imholte Vet B: 1.Mike Nash Sr B: 1.Brad Albers 2.Kurt Olsen 3.Phil Crick 4.Tom Burns 5.Steven Lindemer S SR B: 1.Tim Gregory 2.Paul Schommer 3.Charles Buse

Brandon Hansen finished third in Vet A.

200B: 1.Austin Pogreba 2.Mark Schreiner 3.Stanley Szlachciuk 250B: 1.Patrick Schoen 2.Alex Wink 3.John Schmalenberg Open B: 1.Joseph Copley 2.Scott Rohlfing 3.Paul Schmalenberg Vet C: 1.Juston Beach Senior C: 1.Robert Hammerlund 2.Keith Wiger 3.Jeffrey Fink

Doug Latvala in 200A.

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Fisher sweeps Spring Creek Millville, Minnesota - June 10 By Rolfe Otterness

Marissa Polencheck cleaned house in the Women's class, going 1-1.

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age Fisher topped the win list as the Spring Creek Park Super Series resumed. Fisher, of Alton, Iowa had four overall wins for the day with seven moto wins, and one second place in the mini classes. Fisher’s only loss was in the 65cc 1011 class when Canadian Jarrett Biro took the win in moto one. Fisher, along with a good number of other out-state riders, was likely here to get more familiarity with the track for the upcoming regional qualifier for the national amateur race at Loretta Lynn’s. Some local riders had outstanding results too, such as Nolan Heppner who aced six motos for three overalls. There were about 470 entries, a pretty strong turnout for the day. Competition was was tough in the Open A class as the Riehm boys and Joe Perron got into it in moto one. Brandon Riehm went to the front early in the race and with Micheal Riehm and Perron in tow, they set up a freight train that chugged away from the rest of the pack. For the most part they circulated in order with about a 1-2 second gap between the riders the whole moto. Finally Micheal made a move to take the lead on the last lap,

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and they finished out the moto with just a couple lengths between them. Gavin Kadlec was back a bit in fourth with Nick Jackson fifth. Micheal R. jumped out to lead the second moto right from the first turn. Luke Peters slotted into second with Brandon R and Jackson close behind. Perron was on the move in the early part of the race and worked his way to second with about two laps to go. Perron ate away at Michael Riehm’s lead, but Riehm wicked it up a bit to pull out a couple more seconds on him by the flag. Brandon took third just a little off the pace. Jackson held on for fourth while under pressure from Kadlec. +40B class featured a holeshot from Sean Robertson to start off moto one, as Rick Schugell and Bill Cunningham gave chase. Schugell made a run at Robertson and cut inside to take the lead as they hit the bottom of the pro hill. Tim Walker moved up to challenge Cunningham, and ousted him from third over the back triple. Robertson maintained pace with Schugell and made the pass on the last lap to take the win by a couple of bike lengths. Walker was third, a ways back with a bit of a gap over Cunningham who was feeling some pressure from Jay Calkins. Moto two went smoother for Robertson who led all the way. Schugell didn’t really challenge him, but was a solid second throughout. Walker held third with Cunningham moving up to keep him honest at the end. Calkins took fifth again after a last lap skirmish with Joel Lenz. Nolan Heppner is red hot in the C classes, and 14-24C was another example of his mastery. Heppner jumped out front in the first moto and cruised in for a big win. Mick Bender spent the moto winding his way through traffic, finally snagging second after a late moto dice with Carter Reece. Mitch Hallet and Austin Kienast hauled themselves

across the line for 4-5 finishes. Heppner nailed the holeshot in moto two with Reece grabbing second. Heppner surged away with Bender coming up for another attack on Reece, which succeeded on the last lap as they motored through the whoops. Heppner finished up with a big lead as the moto concluded. Bender, Reece, Chase Becker and Kienast trailed him in to fill the top five slots. Ben Adamson romped down the start straight to grab the early lead in the first Supermini moto, but Canadian rider Kyle Biro displaced him on lap two. Biro was just a bit too fast for Adamson to handle, pulling gradually to a nice win. Nick Schnagl finagled third after some tussling with Walker Kruse and Joseph Gomez. Adamson led early in moto two but Biro had the whoops in hand, going by and pulling out a six second lead by the checkered flag’s debut. Kruse and Schnagl swapped finishes going 3-4 respectively and Gomez once more secured fifth. Sean Robertson (7) and Rick Schugell dueled in +40B. Adding one 72 CYCLE USA, July 2012

Michael Riehm leading Brandon Riehm and Joe Perron in the Open A class.

last, sad paragraph to finish out this report, it should be mentioned that the day started on a somber note, as Clay Olson slowly circulated the track following the riders’ meeting in honor of fallen racer Dale Howard, who passed away after a practice accident on Saturday. The assembled racers and friends were gazing on and maintained a few moments of reflective silence for their friend and fellow competitor. A couple of fundraisers for the family are planned with details available on the Spring Creek website. Rest in peace, Dale. Results: Beginner 4-8: 1.Zach Lehnertz 2.Garret Becker 3.Jacob Clough 4.Mason Kasowicz 5.Jeff Soltvedt Beg 65cc: 1.Daniel Cones 2.Sophia Hulsey 3.Ethan Miller Beg Thumper: 1.Jack Pederson 2.Adam Ross 50cc 4-6: 1.Mccrae Hagarty 2.James Clough 3.Jake Mcpherson 50cc 7-8: 1.Dillon Nelson 2.Torsten Strom 3.Gage Krech 4.Trevin Nelson 5.Avery Long 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Braden Long 3.Zachary Barker 4.Lance Bartylla 5.Gannon Blaiser 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Cole Marsolek 2.Louie Falardeaux 3.Brock Fisher 4.Bryce Rauner 5.Zachary Barker 65cc 7-9: 1.Josh Fedder 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Dillon Nelson 4.Jayden Clough 5.Weston Milas 65cc 10-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Jarret Biro 3.Tayler Grall 4.Aaron Boatman 5.Dayton Shirah 65cc 7-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Joshua Boaz 3.Tayler Grall 4.Gavin Janovsky 5.Dayton Shirah 85cc 9-11: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Mason Hulsey 3.Jarret Biro 4.Robert Semelsberger 5.Maverick Engstrom 85cc 12-15: 1.Nick Schnagl 2.Benjamin Adamson 3.Kyle Biro 4.Zach Harris 5.Nicholas Swenson 85cc 9-12: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Noah Mcpherson 3.Maverick Engstrom 4.Robert Semelsberger 5.Nicholas Swenson Supermini: 1.Kyle Biro 2.Benjamin Adamson 3.Walker Kruse 4.Nick Schnagl 5.Joseph Gomez Jr


Schlby 12-16: 1.Josiah Hempen 2.Channing Hunt 3.Chase Stevenson 4.Jeffery Stewart 5.Kyle Lawler Jr 14-16: 1.Tucker Mills 2.Spencer Henrickson 3.Jordan Schiller 4.Jeffery Stewart 5.Tyler Gast

14-24A: 1.Gavin Kadlec 2.Nathen Laporte 3.Joe Perron 4.Nicholas Jackson 5.Bryce Craig 14-24B: 1.Mitchell Koester 2.Jerry Robin 3.Sam Wise 4.Samuel Peterson 5.Blake Raskovich

14-24C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Mick Bender 3.Carter Reece 4.Chase Becker 5.Austin Kienast +25A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.John Deotis 3.Timothy Zebro 4.Chase Mcgrath 5.Scott Ehlenfeldt +25B: 1.Marshall Berns 2.Collin Rigelman 3.Cory Olson 4.Beau Boerner 5.Jeremy Appel +25C: 1.Wade Hasse 2.David Minter 3.Shawn Eide +30A: 1.Bruce Gates 2.Timothy Zebro 3.Brent Mason 4.Matthew Blaiser 5.Scott Steinle +30B: 1.Nathan Banaszewski 2.Joseph Kidd 3.Scott Lehnertz 4.Timothy Walker +30C: 1.Jimmy Diedr 2.Kenny Miller 3.John Grommersch 4.Jesse John +40A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Patrick Mcnamara 3.Kirk Lewis 4.Troy Bunkoske 5.Richard Ziebell +40B: 1.Sean Robertson 2.Rick Schugell 3.Timothy Walker 4.Bill Cunningham 5.Jay Calkins +40C: 1.Kenny Miller 2.Edward Zelasko 3.John Grommersch 4.Paul Johnson 5.Scot Adams +45A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Kirk Lewis 3.Carl Hein 4.Jack Parenteau 5.Richard Ziebell Noah McPherson ran 4-2 for +45B/C: 1.Rick Schugell 2.Todd Baker 3.Bill Cunsecond overall in Mini 9-12

ningham 4.Jay Calkins 5.Todd Harrison +50: 1.Kirk Lewis 2.Ron Heppner 3.Jack Parenteau 4.John Sunderman 5.Thor Mathison +55: 1.Jerry Schulze 2.Jerry Bumgardner 3.Lynn Meyer 4.Paul Chyma Jr 5.Rolfe Otterness +60: 1.Lynn Meyer 2.Jerry Bumgardner 3.Mike Quinn Sr Girls Jr. 9-12: 1.Kourtney Trautner 2.Madison Weast 3.Emma Rauner Girls Sr. 12-16: 1.Sophia Johnson 2.Sommer Mills 3.Sacia Ogden 4.Brianna Otis 5.Kari Cunningham Women: 1.Marissa Polencheck 2.Lizz Turney 3.Anna Flintrop 4.Abby Sunderman 5.Sophia Johnson 125cc 2-Str: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Chase Stevenson 3.Kyle Lawler 4.Mathew Dorhn 5.Dillon Sprague 250A: 1.Brandon Riehm 2.Joe Perron 3.Gavin Kadlec 4.Luke Peters 5.Bryce Craig 250B: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Josiah Hempen 3.Mitchell Koester 4.Dylan Wolff 5.Nick Carter 250C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Dustin Wolff 3.Carter Reece 4.Reed Kannegiesser 5.Mick Bender Open A: 1.Michael Riehm 2.Joe Perron 3.Brandon Riehm 4.Nicholas Jackson 5.Gavin Kadlec Open B: 1.Mitchell Koester 2.Jerry Robin 3.Derek Hullett 4.Cody Ladwig 5.Samuel Peterson Open C: 1.Nolan Heppner 2.Mick Bender 3.Reed Kannegiesser 4.Carter Reece 5.Samuel Brummund

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Hawkeye Downs Season Ramping up Biermann. By the second moto a problem arose for Smith and he did not finish leaving Brown to take the first place trophy. Biermann chased down Jacob Dakovich for second. Hawkeye Downs and CVTR provided everyone with yet another terrific race, and the series is just getting ramped up.... it is going to be a great season.

#176 Todd Walton took the win in the +30A class

Cedar Rapids, Iowa - June 9 By Tracy Petrak Photos by Missi Thede

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ry skies promised another exciting night of racing at Hawkeye Downs in Cedar Rapids, IA, and a ton of riders came out to take advantage of the chance to race this early June event. An impressive lineup of 50Sr riders were at the gate ready for the start of their first moto. When the gate dropped for the fourteen rider class, they were off with a vengeance, all looking for that great start and chance at a

good looking trophy. Out front was Isaac Moyle. Zane Brownsberger quickly became the one to give Moyle a reason to push it. Moyle held on for a while, but Brownsberger passed him late in the moto. Just when you thought it would end this way, Moyle shot back around Brownsberger and took the lead and win. Clay Fishback finished third. The second moto got underway with Brownsberger determined to take the lead. He shot out of the gate and trailblazed for the rest. Moyle wasn’t content, and eventually took the lead and kept it as Fishback also moved

up past Brownsberger. It was good racing by a young and upcoming class. The 65Sr class has a lot of riders that have already put in a few years of racing, and have some experience adding up by this time. It shows in just how fast they can get around the track. In the first moto Dylan Smith took the win, just edging out Ruger Brown and Dawson

Results: 14-24A: 1.Jeremy Kress 2.Brennon Myers 3.Josh Beckley 4.Brett Mclaud 5.Conrad Schipper 50Jr: 1.Kaiden Knaack 2.Porter Pavlovec 3.Ian Brownsberger 4.Kyler Knaack 5.Gage Brock 50Sr: 1.Isaac Moyle 2.Clay Fishback 3.Zane Brownsberger 4.Tye Bradley 5.Cael Bagby 65Jr: 1.Paxton Jobe 2.Mason Bradley 3.Kaden Mohror 4.Harley Howell 5.Linkin Sarauer 65Sr: 1.Ruger Brown 2.Dawson Biermann 3.Jacob Dakovich 4.Colby Roskop 5.Zack Frederick 85Jr: 1.Scki Rodites 2.Drake Hayes 3.Drew Lubka 4.Spencer Pelzer 5.Jacob Dakovich 85Sr: 1.Cole Needham 2.Jaden Wertz 3.Travis Larson 4.Jesse Aitchison 5.Taj Purdy Super Mini: 1.Jaden Wertz 2.Cole Needham 3.Haylee Peterman 4.Taj Purdy 5.Jesse Aitchison SchlBy: 1.Austin Fulton 2.Aaron Miller 3.Steven Comeaux 4.Bryce Mclaud 5.Lucas Rundle

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Kamm unstoppable at Pine Ridge

250A was earlier in the day, and there was still some water standing in the starting area.

Athelstane, Wisconsin - May 27 By Cody Wills

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Wentland at bay, behind them in fifth and sixth Mays and Laporte swapped spots as Mays tipped over, handing it to Laporte. Kamm took the win. Behind Wentland was Reek, Tyrrell, Laporte, and Mays in the twenty-six rider class. Moto two had Kamm out front again, having his starts dialed in. Also getting a good start was Eric Palosaari on his two stroke Yamaha. Wentland made quick work of Palosaari, and then came a line of other top runners. Adam Reek was close behind and Hunter Nystrom, Mays and Laporte in tow. After a lap it funnelled down to the final run-

fter an evening of entertainment provided by the one man band of Tom Schnider, rain drops started to fall. Rain drops that turned to a moderate rain, to a full blown thunderstorm, and then followed by crazy down pours that lasted all night long. By the time the rain stopped it was after nine in the morning and we had an inch and a half of rain total. By then you had to think there is no way to get this Pro-am race for Pine Ridge underway. In places there was more then a foot of water standing on the track, but somehow the Pine Ridge crew pumped the water off and got the track ready, and practice underway by 11am. After that, we were ready to go racing. The +50 class, and all the age classes for that matter seem to get faster and faster every year. Today’s race saw another dominate day by Jeff McLain, going 1-1 for the overall. The battles were behind him with Jay Kidd and Mark Mraz swapping second and third place finishes, with Kidd getting the better overall. George Tabalske got in and mixed it up with those two in the first moto as well, but no one was a match for McLain as he checked out both motos. 250A was the first Pro-am class of the day, and grabbing the holeshot was Falen Narel was fast in the Women’s class. no other then Kody Kamm on his Southeast Sales CRF250 followed close by ning order. Mays kept it on two wheels this Marshall Maas on his two stroke Yamaha, time to stay ahead of Laporte. Kamm went 1then Ty Tyrrell and Jesse Wentland on a Ktm. 1 with Wentland second overall and Reek and Wentland seemed to be the talk of the weekTyrrell quietly finishing third and fourth. end with people calling him for the win in Mays went 6-5, picking up fifth overall while both Pro-am classes after watching him in the dropping Laporte to sixth. day prior’s practice. It only took a lap for The Women’s class saw a 1-1 finish Wentland to show his speed and put himself which most of the times makes you think into second. Adam Reek, who spends lots of “that must have been a boring race”. Well this time practicing at Pine Ridge, moved into sweep came with excitement. In moto one it third dropping, Tyrrell to fourth. Moving towas Brittney Lemke getting the holeshot to no wards the front after a so so start was Vaughn surprise, but with about two corners to go to Mays and Nate Laporte. While Kamm kept complete the first lap she went down hard, 76

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and that crash ended her day. It also let Chardae Tovar and her Suzuki inherit the lead. Fallen Narel got her Honda tangled up in the first corner, and was working her way up through the pack, and before you knew it she was on Tovar’s rear tire. Unfortunately when I say her rear tire, I mean literally, she ran in to Tovar and went down. While getting up it Sheena Haws got by for second. The first moto went to Tovar followed by Haws and Narel. Moto two had all eyes on Narel after watching her fly through the pack in the first moto. The race was on as Tovar put the Suzuki out front followed close by Narel on her Honda. By the end of the first lap Narel was in the lead and stretching it out. Haws was back a ways in third. It looked like it was all over till the last lap. Tovar made up the gap and was in the lead and pulled off the win. Narel finished 3-2, picking up second overall followed by Haws. When asked about her second moto, Narel said, “I gained a decent lead, until the last lap. I stalled my bike again, and she (Chardae Tovar) got past me. I was out of time and finished second.” Open A first moto had me excited to see if Jesse Wentland on the big bikes would have anything for Kamm. That excitement was over before they got around the first corner when Wentland went down. Aaron Remter came out of corner one with the holeshot with Kamm right behind. Remter pushed really hard for the first couple laps, staying ahead of Kamm’s Honda. After three laps Remter was still out front, but Kamm and LaPorte were nipping at his heels. Tyrrell and Dylan Narel were right there as well. Kamm and Laporte were pushing just too hard for Remter to keep up, as he slid back to third in the next lap. Kamm just edged out LaPorte for the win, and Remter did a great job of finishing in third. Tyrrell held onto fourth and Mays made it into fifth. Moto two was a different story as Wentland got out front and was able to take the


win. Kamm knew Wentland had a horrible first moto and that a second place in moto two would get him the overall, so he didn’t need to leave it all on the table, and finished second for the overall. We’ll never really know how it would have played out if Wentland had a better first moto. Laporte got third this time, for second overall. Mays’ 5-4 finishes were good enough for third overall and Tyrrell picked up fourth overall. With a race day starting at noon, following all the water the track started with, most tracks would have had a hard time pulling off a full two moto format that included extra-long proam classes. The Pine Ridge crew knew what they had to do to get the track together, and got it done. Major props for doing an unbelievable job of making unthinkable conditions into near perfection. Results: 250A: 1.Kody Kamm 2.Jesse Wentland 3.Adam Reek 4.Ty Tyrrell 5.Vaughn Mays 250B: 1.Kyle Hameister 2.Aj Woller 3.Matt Livingston 4.Cody Jones 5.Alex Zalewski

Hawkeye Downs continued from page 75 Quad 50: 1.Traxton Liebe 2.Nate Thompson 3.Cody Spiegelhalter 4.Logan Rathbun 5.Lauren Wilson Quad 90 CVT: 1.Tristen Liebe 2.Taron Liebe 3.Gage Beebe 4.Austin Hayes 5.Roderick Philipp Quad 90 Open: 1.Sky Volkamer 2.Zachary Lindley 3.Tristen Liebe 4.Taron Liebe 5.Luke White Quad Jr: 1.Sky Volkamer 14-24B/C: 1.Taylor Simons 2.Steven Martens 3.Mitch Simon 4.Jake Harnish 5.Dylan Thomas +25A: 1.Kurt McCabe 2.Todd Walton 3.Chad Leidigh 4.Reese Lauritzen +25B/C: 1.Mark Burns 2.Gary Franck 3.Rochelle Charnowski 4.Jamie Stickfort 5.Troy Ball +30A: 1.Todd Walton 2.Chad Leidigh 3.Reese Lauritzen 4.Barry Ream +30B/C 1.Gary Franck 2.Michael Tremmel 3.Dustin Roskop +40A: 1.Robert Palmer 2.Barry Ream 3.Ernest Peterman 4.Jeffrey Neal 5.Dan Albright +40B/C: 1.Kurt Leichty 2.Steve Barnes 3.Jon Hejda 4.Nicole Weis 5.Cole Seip Women: 1.Rochelle Charnowski 2.Haylee Peterman 3.Kaylea Stocker 4.Darcy

Jesse Wentland's first turn crash that ended his chances at a overall in Open A finishing a 23-1. 250C: 1.Brady Schernick 2.Andrew Hazen 3.Shane Cooper 4.Tyler Koehler 5.Jake Denison Open A: 1.Kody Kamm 2.Nathen Laporte 3.Vaughn Mays 4.Ty Tyrrell 5.Hunter Nystrom Open B: 1.Wade Valitchka 2.Casey Millette 3.Casey Collegnon 4.Matt Livingston 5.Aaron Horack Open C: 1.Andrew Hazen 2.Tory Brady 3.Malcolm Gustafson 4.Jake Denison 5.William Chambers Sports B/C: 1.Kyle Hameister 2.Colin Hass 3.Kyle Ahola 4.Casey Millette 5.Cody Jones 125Jr: 1.Colin Hass 2.Blake Bocek 3.Dennis Ponton 4.Easton Crevier 5.Anton Kerscher 65cc 7-11: 1.Wyatt Liebeck 2.Jonah Dowd 3.Colton Crevier 4.Reid Ruckel 5.Preston Maki

Goette 125: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Justin Andregg 3.Aaron Miller 4.Bryce Mclaud 5.Brennon Hanson 250A: 1.Kurt McCabe 2.Jeremy Kress 3.Brennon Myers 4.Brett Mclaud 5.Josh Beckley 250B: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Kyle Diemer 3.Mitch Simon 4.Steven Martens 5.Kevin Goette 250C: 1.Dillon Nall 2.Austin Fulton 3.Ben Cooper 4.Stone Schildroth 5.Drew Peterson Open A: 1.Kurt McCabe 2.Jeremy Kress 3.Todd Walton 4.Brennon Myers 5.Chad Leidigh Open B: 1.Kyle Diemer 2.Jake Harnish 3.Taylor Simons 4.Matt Obrien 5.Kyle Barry Open C: 1.Ben Cooper 2.Daniel Honderd 3.Stone Schildroth 4.Cody Barnes 5.Krista Knupp Quad A: 1.Zachary Harris 2.Tanner Gipple 3.Jacob Lawson 4.Adam Jaspering 5.Tyler Davis Quad B 1.Austin Voorhees 2.Layne Lauer 3.Casey Beaver 4.Jake Greenslade 5.Gramm Meyer Quad C: 1.Tyler White 2.Paige Harnish 3.Josh Beukema Quad A Prod: 1.Zachary Harris 2.Tanner Gipple 3.Adam Jaspering 4.Dillan Boeke 5.Charlie Weber Quad B/C Prod: 1.Austin Voorhees 2.Layne Lauer 3.Gramm Meyer 4.Anthony Frost 5.Casey Beaver

85cc 9-11: 1.Jonah Dowd 2.Bailey Otis 3.Marco Gravedoni 4.Reid Ruckel 5.Desirae Steier 85cc 12-15: 1.Dennis Ponton 2.Jack La Count 3.Clayton Rankin 4.Max Reckelberg 5.Michael Childers SuperMini: 1.Dennis Ponton 2.Cole Thomson 3.Michael Childers 4.Chase Scott 5.Austin Reckelberk 50cc 4-6: 1.Isaac Therrien 2.Drake Dionne 3.Ethan Brissette 4.Dyllan Young 5.Keynan Miller 50cc 7-8: 1.Dawson Lincoln 2.Hayden Anderson 3.Luke Vanlyssel 4.Haiden Waelchli 5.Easton Block Women: 1.Chardae Tovar 2.Falen Narel 3.Sheena Haws 4.Sierra Heindl 5.Desirae Steier +25A: 1.Andy Lieders 2.Bill Medek 3.Matt Mraz 4.Eric Weise 5.Craig Wallace

+25B/C: 1.Richard Gouge 2.Paul Sheldon 3.Andy Bowman 4.Rex Rosher 5.Shane Bandola +30B/C: 1.Scott Young Jr 2.Andy Bowman 3.Richard Gouge 4.Jake Gervais 5.Shawn Tovar +30A: 1.Bill Medek 2.Darin Dionne 3.Jason Heindl 4.Lance Lincoln 5.Phil Gauthier +40: 1.Jason Heindl 2.Tom Kalies 3.Jeffery Mclain 4.Stacy Anderson 5.Robert Renkas +50: 1.Jeffery Mclain 2.Jay Kidd 3.Mark Mraz 4.Mark Markee 5.George Tabalske Quad A: 1.Nick Denoble 2.James Odovero 3.Adam Warren 4.Judd Skubal 5.Tom Appelton Quad B/C: 1.Tim Barker 2.Austin Clemens 3.Andrew Schrank 4.Andrea Berger 5.Elijah Stigler

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McGurer Tops at Cayuga Cayuga, Indiana - June 2-3 By Bud Northrup Photos by Martha Peters

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oe McGurer continued his hot riding with his fifth and sixth Overall Fast Time awards in only seven Illinois hillclimbs this year. He was also a triple class winner at the Saturday night portion of the double header at the Pleasure Riders Motorcycle Club, enjoying the perfect night. The 16 year old’s first win came in the 250cc class where he took the first round lead, but then had to come from behind to overtake Matt Peters in the second round, who had posted a 3.868 second time to move into the lead. McGurer responded with a class winning 3.787 second time on his KX250. In the 600cc class, Josh Denson took the first round lead with an excellent 3.710 second time, which was also fast time to that point. In second round action, McGurer flew his KX500 high over the top in a sizzling 3.599 seconds to take the class win, and set a fast time which held up the rest of the night. Kyle Galloway was third. McGurer’s third win came in the Open Stock class where he set the first round best time on his Honda. In the second round, Mike Pulver flew his Honda over the top in 3.950

Andy Fortner, youth fast time Saturday. Joe McGurer was a triple winner Saturday as well as posting overall fast time both days. Levi Peters won two classes and posted the youth fast time on Sunday.

seconds to move in to the lead. But McGurer was up to the challenge again, blasting over the top in 3.876 seconds to complete his perfect three class win evening. Danny Schuman was third. Joe continued his fast riding on Sunday, claiming the 600cc class win with a 3.628 second time on his first ride, a time which held up all day for the overall Fast Time, overtaking Josh Denson once again, who had posted a 3.647 second time on his first ride. Andy Fortner claimed third. Mike Pulver enjoyed a three class win day on Sunday. His first win came in the +40 class with a 3.711 second first round time on his Honda, just good enough to edge Scott Petty who posted a 3.728 second run. Pulver only needed one run to win the 400cc Stock class also, as his 3.945 second time on his KX250 barely edged Andy Fortner and his 3.953 second time and Troy Camerer with a 3.962 second third place run. Pulver repeated his performance in the Open Stock class. Joe McGurer was his closest challenger with Chris Brown close behind. In youth class action, ‘Little Fast Andy’ claimed the 85Jr class with a fine 4.378 second time, which also was the Youth Fast Time of the night, with Levi Peters second. ‘Lightning Levi’ turned the tables on Fortner on Sunday, winning Mike Pulver won +40 Saturday, 85Jr in the second round, overtaking

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Fortner who had the lead into intermission. Levi had his own perfect day as he won both his classes and took the Fast Time award. In other youth class action, Brodie Bennett took the 50cc class win both days with Jaydn Aliprandini second, Gage Stear won the 65cc class on Saturday with Peters taking it Sunday, and Jacob Bell won 85Sr both days. Saturday Results: 50cc: 1.Brodie Bennett 2.Jaydn Aliprandini 3.Alivia Young 4.Gage Wilson 5.Kane Brown. 65cc: 1.Gage Stear 2.Levi Peters 3.Derick Bell 4.Cline Garriott 5.Andrew Fortner. 85Jr: 1.Andy Fortner 2.Levi Peters 3.Derick Bell 4.John Brian 5.Gage Stear. 85Sr: 1.Jacob Bell 2.Clay Bowyer 3.Garett Holycross 4.Ali Harnish 5.Reece Hutton. Women: 1.Missy Dowers 2.Ali Harnish 3.Lilah McGurer 4.Rylee Dowers 5.Liz Klett. 125cc: 1.Lucas Learnard 2.Kyle Galloway. 200cc: 1.Brian Shutt 2.Ronnie Bennett 3.Keith Klett. 250cc: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Matt Peters 3.Caleb Emory 4.Marty Steinacher 5.Jon Creek. 450cc: 1.Matt Peters 2.Cody Jenner 3.Dylan Brady 4.Gordon Green 5.Kirk Gorsuch. 600cc: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Josh Denson 3.Kyle Galloway 4.Cody Jenner 5.Dylan Brady. 600 4St: 1.Kirk Gorsuch 2.Danny Schumann 3.Cody Jenner 4.Troy Camerer 5.Gordon Green. 750cc: 1.Paul Hillard. Open: 1.Al Petty 2.Brian Klett. +40: 1.Mike Pulver 2.Matt Peters 3.Scott Petty 4.Jon Creek 5.Andy Fortner. +50: 1.Scott Petty 2.Keith Klett 3.Guy Cadle. 400 Stk: 1.Troy Camerer 2.Danny Schuman 3.Andy Fortner 4.Mike Pulver 5.Cole Garriott. Opn Stk: 1.Joe McGurer 2.Mike Pulver 3.Danny Schuman 4.Chris Brown 5.Steve Bell. QD-2: 1.Ryan Garriott 2.Wade Garriott 3.Paul Hillard 4.Evan Zimmerman 5.Chad Bowyer. QD-4: 1.Jeff Ramey 2.Jason Sosbe 3.Austin Kerkhoff 4.Andy Doke.


The National Park of Speed Elkhart Lake, WI - June 10 By Gordon Lunde, Photos by Laurel Lunde

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make for some extremely exciting racing. It takes big horsepower to pull the long hill on the front straight. Road America was the idea of Cliff Tufte, a civil engineer, who had the idea to build a race track and take sports car racing off the public roads of Elkhart Lake. In April of 1955, Tufte began work on the track. In Sep-

for a closer look. Food vendors are always close by, and have about anything you can ask for, and it’s all very good. Or you can pack your own lunch and picnic trackside. This weekend’s events covered the spectrum of privateer racers trying to make a name for themselves to the wily veterans backed by factory race teams.

oad America in Elkhart Lake, WI for years had the slogan, “Four Miles of Fun”. They still use it at times, but the new slogan, “The National Park of Speed”, seems to fit so much better. The facility is truly park like with acres of freshly mowed lawn, woods, hills and valleys. A winding road leads you around to different viewing areas. Campers are set up in tents, trailers and huge motor homes every race weekend. Some up close to the track, and others back in the woods for a little quiet and privacy. Here is the speed part in the slogan, the track is four Suzuki factory team/ local rider Blake Young from Waubeka, miles of one of the WI. finished second in the Superbike class both days. fastest road courses in the country. The superbikes The Vance and Hines/ Harleytember of that year the first race racing here this weekend in the Davidson XR1200 class is alwas held with famed sports car Subway Superbike Doubleways popular at what would be racer Phil Hill winning in his header reach over 190 mph. A H-D’s home track. The MotorFerrari. fast lap gets these champions of cycle Superstores Supersport As a spectator there can be speed around here in just over class is for racers not quite capano better place to watch a motortwo minutes. ble of running with the factory cycle road race. There are viewThis beautiful layout winds backed riders. They fly around ing platforms and bleacher seats, its way through the hills and valthe track on 600cc four cylinder but most people grab a blanket leys of this northern Kettle bikes. Go Pro Daytona Sport and sit on the grassy hillsides or Moraine countryside. The elevabike is another 600cc class but line the fences around the track tion changes are dramatic and with more qualified, faster racers and factory backed teams. The top class National Guard Superbike has the most experienced, talented riders aboard 1000cc Superbikes capable of those 190+ mph speeds. In another area of the facility, the Supermotard bikes did an exhibition of racing dirt bikes with road racing tires on the tight and technical Farm and Fleet MoLocal racer Jason Farrell finished sixth in Saturday’s Superbike race.

torplex go kart track. In fact, spectators can sign up to race go karts during the weekend also.

Other fan favorites over the racing weekend include the chance to ride their own bikes on the track under controlled circumstances. The Fan Walk which allows the fans to walk on the pit road and view the bikes up close as well as meet the racers and get their autographs is always a great time. The racers put on a great show with some fantastic racing over the weekend. Josh Hayes aboard the Graves Motorsports Yamaha R1 took top honors both days in the Superbike class ahead of local rider Blake Young on the Yoshimura Racing Suzuki GSXR 1000. In Go Pro Daytona Sportbike racing, Martin Cardenas scored on top of the podium both days. The Motorcycle-Superstore.com Supersport class had different winners each day with Jake Lewis and Stefano Mesa splitting the honors. In the Vance and Hines XR1200 race Kyle Wyman won a hard fought duel over Michael Barnes by just 0.156 of a second. Save the first weekend in June next year to make the trip to Road America for AMA Pro road racing. You’ll love the facility, the atmosphere, food and definitely the racing! CYCLE USA, July 2012

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Sun Shines on a Fun Hixton Hixton, Wisconsin - June 3 By Doug Forstner Photos by Troy Fisher

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ow that CMJ raceway has switched to one mx race a year at the Hixton track, and we were hoping that mother-nature would cooperate with us and this year she did. The CMJ crew was busy prepping the track Saturday as racers showed up early to get set up and do track walks. This year the race is the first stop in the I-94 series. Every year the crew tries their best to work the magic and make the track as good as they can get it in the hilly terrain. The riders were shocked to see that the famous uphill whoop section had been redone and all were now sheaked up. 250A was the first class to start the day and try to tame the new uphill whoop section after practice. Thomas Garrett from Spring Grove, IL pulled the holeshot on his Yamaha YZ250 and was the first through the section. The first uphill jump didn’t have enough lift to double in, so you needed to roll the first jump and then start jumping into the section. However, with the water that was put down, it made it difficult to get traction going uphill

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Jeff Mclain and #76 Wayne Welzien leading the +50 class through the uphill whoops.

were giving chase after Welzien on lap one. during the first set of motos. Richard Tracy, By the second lap Gary Behrens was making Dylan Narel, and Bryce Backaus were giving his moves through the pack, and Ramsey was chase each lap behind Garrett. closing in on second. In the back section of Garrett was able to hold off the posse the track Behrens put his YZ125 in second and collect the first moto win. Behind him the place behind Mclain. As the moto came to a other riders were battling hard throughout the close Steve Sorge made a run and was able to moto. In moto two, Richard Tracy pulled the get into fourth behind Welzien. holeshot on his YZ250, barely edging out In moto two Welzien and Mclain were Narel. Backaus and Garrett were also right in battling for the lead, and this time Welzien the mix and as I like to use the phrase, “you could throw a blanket over the top four”. As the moto wore on, Narel made his pass for the lead and took control of the race and held on to win the moto. Backaus hung with Narel and also made the pass on Tracy to go 2-2 for second overall. Narel’s 31 got him the overall and Tracy rounded out the podium with his 4-3. Jeff Mclain made the trip across state to take the holeshot in the first moto of +50. Wayne Welzien tried his best to beat Mclain up to the top of the mountainside on lap one, but Mclain out jumped Welzien in the whoops and took control. Jeff First moto 250A winner Thomas Ramsey and Mike Barta Garrett tackles the uphill whoops.


held ground until the corner that you double in and out of, where he slid out only leaving Mclain a few inches to get by but he did and once again was in control. Ramsey quickly took over the second spot and Barta gave chase in third. Welzien got back up and was battling with Sorge for fourth. Mclain rode smooth to take the overall and Behrens’ 2-5 was good enough to get the runner-up spot ahead of Ramsey’s 6-2. After the race, I spoke with Mclain and he was happy to get good starts and ride smooth. His goal is to have fun and stay off the ground. I agreed and said that should be everyone’s goal. He hadn’t been to Hixton in many years, but said it was a fun track and he will be back as it was worth the long drive. Speaking of long drives, the Nooyen family made it also from Green Bay, WI and Mitchell Nooyen had a spectacular day. He won all six of his motos in +65cc and +85cc classes. This kid can ride a motorcycle that is for sure. He had some good competition from Max Earley and some of the others in the three classes, but each time Nooyen was able to quickly get to the front and check out. I get excited when I see good competition in the younger classes because that means our future is bright here in Wisconsin for motocross. The Hixton course is a long, and with the hills and some deep sand in areas it can get pretty rough by the end of the day, but all these kids deserves a pat on the back for going out there and taking on the challenge no matter what position they finish. When they come off the track you can see it in their smiles that they are having fun out there, and that is why we all love this crazy sport. Speaking of crazy, it wouldn’t be a Hixton race report if I didn’t report on what I witnessed in my first moto of +35 125cc. They say that there is no stronger bond than true brotherly love. The Halverson brothers have been promoting races since the 1980’s and even though they live across the country from each other, they still had a quest to race against each other again this year. Matt said it has been almost twenty years or so since they raced each other. So with Chris’s love for the Honda CR125, he loaned his brother a bike so they could race this year. As we were getting ready on the line, Matt was on the line next to me ready to go and we were waiting for Chris who was finishing up some work on the track before the moto started. Evidently, Chris was having difficulty getting his CR125 to fire so Matt decided no matter what; he would wait for his brother. The gate dropped and we took off except for those two, however, it was a double gate drop so they only

5.Tyler Stoll Open C: 1.Colton Bentz 2.Reese Bakken 3.Nathaniel Glassford 4.Nicholas Randrup 5.Ean Tobiason Sports B/C: 1.Ty Hennessy 2.Joe Haasl 3.Mason Persha 4.Daniel Miller 5.Benjamin Parmeter +25A: 1.David Smage 2.Kristopher Dubiel 3.Jesse Kasowicz +25B/C: 1.Mat Herrington 2.Jeff Ramsay 3.Aaron Bechel 4.Lemar Hines +30A: 1.David Smage 2.Jason Heindl 3.Kristopher Dubiel 4.Jesse Kasowicz 5.Benjamin Schweighardt +30B/C: 1.Ted Coplien Jr 2.Matt Fisher 3.Lemar Hines 4.Jay Norman 5.Matt Bechel +40: 1.Jason Heindl 2.Doug Forstner 3.Wayne Welzien 4.Steven Sorge +50: 1.Jeffrey Mclain 2.Gary Behrens 3.Jeff Ramsay 4.Michael Barta 5.Steven Sorge Women: 1.Kendra Randrup 2.Falen Narel 3.Kendra Tutt 4.Sierra Heindl 50Jr: 1.Nolan Schweighardt 2.Kaiden Snyder 3.Jordyn Olver 4.Mason Kasowicz 50Sr: 1.Haiden Waelchli 2.Luke Vanlyssel 3.Will Halverson 4.Logan Roberts 5.Jaybreal Mata 65 7-11: 1.Mitchell Nooyen 2.Max Earley 3.Wyatt Liebeck 4.Sam Forstner 5.Nicholas Coplien 85cc 9-11: 1.Mitchell Nooyen 2.Austin Griffin 3.Nate Telfer 4.Seth Doeberlein 5.James Schmeling 85 Open 9-13: 1.Mitchell Nooyen 2.Max Earley 3.Seth Doeberlein 4.Austin Griffin 5.Clayton Rankin 85cc 12-15: 1.Connor Anderson 2.Kendra Randrup 3.Jarred Feucht 4.Travis Slaght 5.Clayton Rankin Haiden Waelchli won both motos of his 50Sr class. SuperMini: 1.Joseph Gomez Jr 2.Connor Anderson 3.Travis Slaght 4.Matthew Mowery had a couple of seconds or they would miss 125Jr: 1.Joseph Gomez Jr 2.Mason Persha 3.Bryce the race and have to go with the second group. Telfer 4.Eliah Norman 5.Jarred Feucht

As I was told, just as the gate was about to come up, Chris got his CR125 fired and took off, which unfortunately caught Matt off guard and he ended up hitting the gate when he went and that ended his day as he tipped over and broke his clutch lever off. Personally, I think it was just a ploy to catch his brother off guard but we may never know the real story. Results: 125cc +35: 1.Doug Forstner 2.Daniel Shaha 3.Michael Barta 4.Gary Behrens 5.John Dubiel 250A: 1.Dylan Narel 2.Bryce Backaus 3.Thomas Garrett 4.Richard Tracy 250B: 1.Alex Bresina 2.Mat Herrington 3.Nickolas Mcmillan 4.Joe Haasl 5.Benjamin Parmeter 250C: 1.Nicholas Randrup 2.Mason Persha 3.Reese Bakken 4.Logan Fleischman 5.Ean Tobiason Open A: 1.Thomas Garrett 2.Bryce Backaus 3.Dylan Narel 4.Richard Tracy Open B: 1.Ty Hennessy 2.Alex Bresina 3.Daniel Miller 4.Jeffrey Mclain

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Johnson/ Thode shine at Trojan North Webster, Indiana - June 16 By Becky Stichter

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eads Racing Unlimited had racing action at the Trojan track this father's day weekend. The turnout was smaller than usual, but those who raced enjoyed their seat time. Saturday morning, in the 250C class, Levi Johnson, mounted on a Kawasaki, came out of the gates fastest and took the lead. Cordi Pattison, Kyle Kline, and Caden Roberts were behind, battling it out for second place. Roberts opened up the throttle, and moved ahead of the others, with Kline not far behind. Roberts rode solid, and finished second, behind Johnson. In the second moto, Johnson took the lead again, and rode to a perfect 1-1. Another battle was going on behind the leader as Roberts and Kline were locked together. Kline found himself ahead of Roberts this time, and was able to maintain his position. Kline, running 3-2, took second overall. In the Supermini class, Braden Groves was able to take the lead both motos, ahead of Alexander Dalton and Chris Christman. Groves ran 1-1 and Dalton 2-2. Madison Johnson rode to both moto wins in the Womens 12+ class, while Elizabeth Puckett and Emily Eubanks battled it out for second place. In the first moto Puckett

#76 Jared Meranda and Clayton Birk in 250C.

moved into second place, and was able to stay ahead of Eubanks. Puckett was riding in second place most of the second moto, but then had some difficulties and wasn’t able to finish, and Eubanks was right there, ready to move into second place. The 14/24 class had some fast riders today, and was a fun group to watch. Taylor Routh, mounted on a Yamaha, took the holeshot in the first moto, followed by Jeffery Thode Jr. and Levi Johnson. It didn't take Thode too long to get around Routh. Johnson also found an opportunity to get past Routh, but had to work hard to stay ahead. Thode Jr. won this moto, followed by Johnson. In the second moto, Thode took the early lead and set the pace. Johnson and Routh battled each other again. This time Routh Madison Johnson pulled into second posi-

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tion. Johnson worked hard, but was not able to catch Routh this time. Thode finished 1-1. After weeks of no rain, it began to rain for the first moto of the first four races Saturday evening. It was just enough to water the track, and break the humidity. More racing was scheduled for Sunday, including special events in celebration of father's day. Saturday Morning Results: 250B: 1.Jeffrey Thode 2.Kale Grindle 3.Nick Conklin 250C: 1.Levi Johnson 2.Kyle Kline 3.Caden Roberts 4.Cordi Pattison 5.Jared Meranda +25: 1.Chris Scott 2.Larry Klinger Supermini: 1.Braden Groves 2.Alexander Dalton 3.Chris Christman Girls: 1.Madison Johnson 2.Ashley Eubanks Quad B: 1.Greg Fouladi 2.Gilford Miller Jr. Mini Quad: Jordanne Stichter +50: 1.Mike Farley 2.John Rhoades Open A: 1.Chris Scott 2.Taylor Routh 3.Daryl Howell Open B: 1.Jeffrey Thode Schlby 2: 1.Colt McPhearson 85 (12-15): 1.Isaiah Shelton 2.Braden Groves 3.Tristin Ponsler 4.Landen Waugh 85 (9-11): 1.Justin Stichter 2.Nicholas Hunt 3.Jeremiah Ponsler Pitbike: 1.Collin Baron 2.Chris Christman +30A: 1.Daryl Howell Women 12+: 1.Madison Johnson 2.Emily Eubanks 3.Elizabeth Puckett 14/24: 1.Jeffrey Thode 2.Taylor Routh 3.Levi Johnson 4.Nick Conklin 5.Colt McPhearson Open C: 1.Kyle Kline 2.Joseph Hagemeier 3.Jack Keultjes 4.Brandon Arbuckle 50cc (4-6): 1.Aidan Patton 2.Cordi Pattison Jr. 65cc (7-9): 1.Rylan Keller


Heat on at Fun Valley Montezuma, Iowa - June 17 By Missi Thede and Tracy Petrak Photos by Missi Thede

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ay two of a double header weekend greeted riders, and many fathers spent their special day at Fun Valley and whether they were racing or supporting others, it was a day well spent. As if a “race” isn’t simply enough incentive to do well, this was a double D22 points event. There was no relief from the sun or heat for a second day, yet the riders put on their best performances. One of the many groups catching attention was the +40 class riders. The +40A class got off to a great start with #901 Robert Palmer taking the lead with Jake Harnish and #6 Kevin Goette put on a the first gate drop. Through each lap, Palmer show over the weekend in the 14-24B/C class. gained speed as well as distance from the third. other racers and was on his own. #57 Ernie The second moto started and Busby Peterman and Brian Schipper were in conagain showed his skill and speed by taking the tention for the second and third place spots lead. This time Harnish wasn’t accepting and that is how they finished the first moto. third. He ran hard in the second position, and In the second moto, Palmer sailed with wouldn’t let Goette get past him. This time ease into the first place position and took the the race developed between Goette and overall. The race became between Peterman Cooper for third. By the third lap Cooper and and Schipper in which Peterman stayed in Goette were side by side over the finish line, front through the moto, and refused to let knowing not much time remained to clinch Schipper ahead. The overall finish was Petheir positions. In the final lap Cooper had the terman with second and Schipper happily taksmallest of slips on the track in which Goette ing a third place spot. took advantage of and snatched the third Next out were the +40B/C group where place. Overall results were Busby, Harnish all the bikes were right there with #20 Nicole and Goette. Great racing was also done by Weis taking the reins. They finished with #912 Marissa Busby and #112 Brandon Weis taking the win, but not without #109 Cole Seip pushing her from a Kody Pirie took the overall wins in the short distance. Seip finished sec- Open A and 250A classes both days. ond with Jerry Denniston making the third spot his. It was great racing from an “experienced” group of riders. Both motos played out pretty much the same way for the top three. The next race was one filled with excitement continued from the day before and edge of your seat racing. The 14-24B/C moto was hotter on the track then the thermometer could say. Out of the gate shot Dylan Busby showing those behind him how to take control. During the first lap everyone could tell already the race was on. Ben Cooper, Jacob Harnish and Kevin Goette were all riding within inches of each other. After the second lap, Goette decided to take the throttle to the max and made the pass on Cooper and Harnish through the whoops section. Busby had a comfortable lead. Goette held on to second as Harnish settled in for

Teeple. It was a great weekend at Fun Valley with many more to come! Enjoy the great racing weather, and support your local tracks! Sunday D22 Double Points Results: 250C: 1.Justin Ross 2.Dillon Nall 3.Ben Cooper 4.Zakary Kraft 5.Rodney Barnes Quad A: 1.John Benda 2.Bryce Klenk Quad B: 1.Austin Voorhees 2.Spencer Roorda 3.Casey Beaver 4.Gramm Meyer 5.Sidney Roorda Quad Jr: 1.Sky Volkamer 2.Zach Hovell Quad C: 1.Cole Borowiak 2.Ethan Richenberger 3.Ryan Montgomery 4.Brian Clark 5.Tyler Owens Schlby: 1.Cass McKeag 2.Ryan Smith 3.Cody Seaton 4.Lucas Rundle 5.Cody Brown 50Sr: 1.Clayton Fishback 2.Eli Hoversten 3.Ronnie Orres 4.Jace Robinson 5.James Orres +25A: 1.Jesse Ross 30B/C: 1.Michael Tremmel 2.Bryce Van Wyngarden +40A: 1.Robert Palmer 2.Ernie Peterman 3.Brian Schipper 4.Mark Baumert +40B/C: 1.Nicole Weis 2.Cole Seip 3.Jerry Denniston 4.Michael Petrak 5.Christopher Chadek 14-24B/C: 1.Dylan Busby 2.Jacob Harnish 3.Kevin Goette 4.Ben Cooper 5.Marissa Busby Quad 90 CVT: 1.Roderick Philipp 2.Cody Spiegelhalter 3.Austin J. Hayes Quad 90 Open: 1.Sky Volkamer Open C: 1.Drew Peterson 2.Stone Schildroth 3.Michael Hite 4.Cody Barnes 5.Zakary Kraft 85Jr: 1.Clay Van Wyk 2.Tristan Bell 3.Maliq Mccaleb 4.Jeremy Ayala 5.Spencer Pelzer 85Sr: 1.Travis Larson 2.Cass Mc Keag 3.Dane Balzer 4.Reece Kruse 5.Spencer Dede Open A: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Conrad Schipper Open B: 1.Dylan Busby 2.Kyle Diemer 3.Dakota Anderson 4.Jacob Harnish 5.Jacob Falck 125: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Zakary Kraft 3.Brennan Hanson 4.Ryan Smith 5.Cody Seaton Women: 1.Marissa Busby 2.Darcy Goette SuperMini: 1.Travis Larson 2.Haylee Peterman 3.Reece Kruse 4.Spencer Dede 5.Damian Benson 50Jr: 1.Dru Ayala 2.Jentry Robinson 3.Porter Pavlovec 4.Gage Brock 5.Kyler Knaack Quad 50: 1.Cody Spiegelhalter Quad A Prod: 1.John Benda 2.Bryce Klenk Quad B/C Prod: 1.Austin Voorhees 2.Casey Beaver 3.Gramm Meyer 65Jr: 1.Maliq Mccaleb 2.Paxton Jobe 3.Jarrett Robinson 4.Drake Ayala 5.Jada Murphy 65Sr: 1.Ruger Brown 2.Tristan Bell 3.Clay Van Wyk 4.Zack Frederick 250A: 1.Kody Pirie 2.Jesse Ross 3.Conrad Schipper 250B: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Kevin Goette 3.Kyle Diemer 4.Dakota Anderson 5.Nick Ryan CYCLE USA, July 2012 83


2012 D15 Events www.amadistrict15.org Dates subject to change

Hillclimb * No Quad classes at these events July 14 * Cahokia Creek DR.......................White City, IL 21 Pleasure Riders M/C............................Cayuga 22 Pleasure Riders M/C............................Cayuga 28 * Rock River Riders M/C.........................Polo, IL August 11 * Cahokia Creek DR.......................White City, IL September Central Illinois M/C ..........................Neoga, IL 1 2 Central Illinois M/C ..........................Neoga, IL 8 King City DR..............................Mt. Vernon, IL King City DR..............................Mt. Vernon, IL 9 15 Pleasure Riders M/C............................Cayuga 16 Pleasure Riders M/C............................Cayuga

Motocross **Double Points July 14 14 15 15 21 21

Hangtime MX Park..........................Akron (D) Hangtime MX Park..........................Akron (N) Hangtime MX Park................................Akron High Fly ......................................Crothersville Trojan MX ................................N. Webster (D) Trojan MX ................................N. Webster (N)

22 Trojan MX ......................................N. Webster D&D Motorsports .......................Rochester (D) 28 28 D&D Motorsports .......................Rochester (N) D&D Motorsports .............................Rochester 29 August 3 Hangtime MX Park..........................Akron (D) Hangtime MX Park......................... Akron (D) 4 5 Hangtime MX Park................................Akron Trojan......................................N. Webster (D) 11 11 Trojan......................................N. Webster (N) 12 Trojan............................................N. Webster STATE RACE 18 D&D Motorsports .............................Rochester D&D Motorsports .............................Rochester 19 19 Hoosier Hilltoppers .........................Uniontown G&S Racing.......................................LaOtto** 25 26 G&S Racing ..........................................LaOtto STATE RACE September 1 Hangtime MX Park..........................Akron (N) Wabash Cannonball ............................Wabash 1 2 Wabash Cannonball ............................Wabash MidWest Amateur Championship 2 Hangtime MX Park................................Akron 8 D&D Motorsports .......................Rochester (D) 8 D&D Motorsports .......................Rochester (N) 9 D&D Motorsports .............................Rochester 15 D&D Motorsports .......................Rochester (D) 16 D&D Motorsports .............................Rochester STATE RACE 22 Trojan MX ................................N. Webster (D) 22 Trojan MX ................................N. Webster (N) 23 Trojan MX ......................................N. Webster 29 Hangtime MX Park................................Akron 29 G&S Racing ..........................................LaOtto 30 G&S Racing ..........................................LaOtto 30 High Fly ......................................Crothersville October 6 Fulton Co. MX ..................................Rochester

6 7 **

Fulton Co. MX ............................Rochester (N) Fulton Co. MX ..................................Rochester RACE 2 A CURE Hoosier Hilltoppers ....................Paris Crossing 7 D&D Motorsports .............................Rochester 13 14 D&D Motorsports .............................Rochester High Fly ......................................Crothersville 14 20 Trojan MX ......................................N. Webster Trojan MX ......................................N. Webster 20 21 Trojan MX ......................................N. Webster 21 Wildcat Creek MX ..............................Rossville Wabash Cannonball ............................Wabash 27 27 Hangtime MX Park................................Akron 28 ** Hangtime MX Park................................Akron 28 Wabash Cannonball ............................Wabash

District 15 Clubs/Promoters

Buzzard M/C ........................................989-539-6406 Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders......................314-267-4630 Central IL MC ........................................217-317-9278 D&D Motorsports...................................574-893-1649 Forest City Riders...................................815-765-2511 Fulton Co Fairgrounds............................574-893-1649 G&S Racing...........................................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 Michigan Off Road.................................817-896-9757 Midway Motosports Park........................812-849-0023 Mooch, MC ............................................765-631-1965 Muddobbers..........................................765-998-2236 Pleasure Riders MC................................217-662-2508 Riders MC..............................................574-642-4701 Saddleback East ....................................502-327-8936

Treaty City ............................................937-548-7197 Trojan ...................................................574-893-1649 Wabash Cannonball ...............................260-982-7938 Wildcat Creek MX ..................................765-379-2482

District 15 Officers

President, Nick Jones ..........................260-437-7270 nick@race2acure.net Vice President, Lori Locklin ................574-594-2938 District15VicePresident@yahoo.com Treasurer, Donna Griffis ......................260-637-5416 griffisike@aol.com Rider Rep– North Vicki Jones ..............574-388-9383 jonesracing@mchsi.com Rider Rep – South, Jerry Barber ........812-346-6070 barberj720@aol.com

Referees

North MX, Duane Griffis .......................260-417-5447 dgriffis@geigerexcavating.com Phil Penn ..............................................260-563-7743 South MX, Scott Woolls .........................812-350-3243 scottwoolls@yahoo.com Terrie Barber.........................................812-346-6070 barberj720@aol.com Enduro, Jeff Fredette.............................708-269-9754 kdxdoc@yahoo.com Hillclimb, Todd McGuerer .......................317-710-7225 pettyhillclimb@aol.com ATV, Mike Klinger ..................................219-893-1649

D15 Points Keepers MX, Melissa Joness .................melissa@race2acure.net Enduro, Jeff Fredette.............................708-269-9754 kdxdoc@yahoo.com Harescramble, Dave Dunnuck ................812-345-6085 dldunnuck@yahoo.com Hillclimb, Gordon Green.........................217-469-2672 ggreen@parkland.edu

2012 D16 Events

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Trials June

D16 Dual Sports September

10 Wisconsin Observed Trials......Black River Falls July 21 Wisconsin Observed Trials..................Baraboo 22 Wisconsin Observed Trials..................Baraboo August 4 WOTA...........................Dickeyville/Platteville 5 WOTA...........................Dickeyville/Platteville September 8 Wisconsin Observed Trials..................Mauston 9 Wisconsin Observed Trials..................Mauston 29 Wisconsin Observed Trials......Black River Falls 30 Wisconsin Observed Trials......Black River Falls

29-30 WI Dual Sport Riders .........................Wabeno October 21 Kettle Moraine Sport Rdrs..................Allenton 27 Madison M/C...............................Cross Plains

Hare Scrambles July

D16 Enduro Yth= Youth class event

22 Fox Valley OffRoad .......................Wedron, IL 29 SE WI Enduro Riders ............................Hixton August 19 Midwest End Riders .......................Stone Lake 26 Forest City Riders.............................Byron, IL September 16 Madison MC..........(Sugar Maple MX) Hillpoint 30 Rapid Angels MC.............................WI Rapids October 21 Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills

August 11 Hill and Gully Riders ..................Roselawn, IN 12 Hill and Gully Riders ..................Roselawn, IN 26 Yth Straight Arrow ER .....................Duquette, MN 26 Straight Arrow ER .....................Duquette, MN September 23 WFO Promotions ..........................Geneseo, IL October 28 Forest City Riders .......................Leaf River, IL November 4 Riders M/C ...................................Goshen, IN

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D16 Hillclimb July 14 Indianhead M/C Club.................Redwing, MN 15 Indianhead M/C Club.................Redwing, MN 29 CMJ Raceway ......................................Hixton August 18-19 Valley Springs MC........................Bay City, WI AMA Grand Championships, non points September 15 Indianhead M/C Club.................Redwing, MN 16 Indianhead M/C Club.................Redwing, MN

D16 Motocross * = D16 Points NQ = No Quads July 14 * 15 * 21 * 22 * 25 28 * 29 *

Degrave Mtrsprts .....................Bark River, MI Degrave Mtrsprts .....................Bark River, MI Gravity Park USA ................................Chilton Gravity Park USA ................................Chilton CMJ-I94 ............................................Portage Arkansaw Creek C/C.......................Arkansaw Arkansaw Creek C/C.......................Arkansaw

August 4 * Range MX ............................South Range, MI 5 * Range MX ............................South Range, MI 5 * Sugar Maple Mx ..............................Hill Point 11 * X-Mas Family Mtrsprts................Christmas MI 12 * X-Mas Family Mtrsprts................Christmas MI 12 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills 18 * Gravity Park USA ................................Chilton 19 * (CANCELLED)................................Denmark 24 CMJ-I94 .............................................Hustler 25 CMJ-I94 .............................................Hustler 26 *NQ Fantasy Moto ....................................Tigerton September 2 * Pine Ridge Raceway.......................Athelstane AMA Pro-Am 8 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills Senior Championships 9 *NQ Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills 15 *NQ Fantasy Moto................................Wittenberg 16 *NQ Fantasy Moto................................Wittenberg 22 * Pine Ridge Raceway.......................Athelstane 29 Rain Date if needed 30 NQ Fantasy Moto ....................................Tigerton October 7 * Sugar Maple Mx ..............................Hill Point 14 *NQ Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills 20 & 21 Rain Dates if needed


Dist. 16 Dirt Track * = Limited Classes July 14 ST Beaver Cycle Club ..............................Atwater 15 TT Beaver Cycle Club ..............................Atwater 21 ST Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills August 4 ST * Sturgeon Bay Fair .....................Sturgeon Bay 11 HM Rib Mt. Riders..........................Antigo Frgrnds 12 TT Antigo Wheels ...........................Antigo- south 18 ST Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills 19 ST Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills 25 ST Cancelled .................................................... September 8 ST Beaver Cycle Club ..............................Atwater 9 TT Beaver Cycle Club ..............................Atwater 15 ST Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills 16 ST Aztalan Cycle Club ..........................Lake Mills 22 Beaver Cycle Club ...........................Rain date

29 TT Arkansaw Creek C/C.......................Arkansaw 30 TT Arkansaw Creek C/C.......................Arkansaw October 13 TT Gravity Park ..................Gravity Park- Chilton

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 Dist.Legislative Off. Mike Schwarzenbacher ..........................920-319-6889

Referees And Pointskeepers:

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, John Archer .................................262-538-7270

Clubs and Promoters

Arkansas Creek Cycle Club .....................715-285-5679 Aztalan Cycle Club .................................414-265-1582 Beaver Cycle Club ..................................920-319-6889 CMJ Raceway.........................................608-220-6853 DVR Enterprise.......................................262-689-2842 Fantasy Moto.........................................920-419-2863 Gravity Park USA...................................920-378-3864 Kettle Moraine Sports Riders ..................262-689-2842 Madison M/C.........................................608-220-5564 Marshfield T & T Riders ..........................715-384-4555 Midwest Off Road Trail Riders.................715-743-4132 Pine Ridge Raceway...............................715-856-6612 Range Moto-X .......................................906-231-7733 Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club .................715-421-5038 Rib Mountain Riders...............................715-573-4934 Road Wolf Productions ...........................715-785-8025

Southeastern WI Enduro Riders...............262-930-0358 Southeastern Short Trackers ...................262-754-0686 Steve Nace Racing .................................217-827-1599 Sugar Camp Area Racing........................715-272-1101 Sugar Maple MX ....................................608-393-8812 UP Sandstormers ...................................906-228-7010 Valley Raceway Inc ................................906-367-0987 Valley Springs MC Club...........................715-594-3726 Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders ...................920-350-2030 Wisconsin Observed Trials.......................608-434-5530 X-Mas Family Motorsports......................906-202-2681 Associate Members: Forest City Riders M/C ...........................815-624-6535 Fox Valley Off-Road...............................815-539-9021 Grand Kankakee Trail Riders..................708-949-0999 Hawkeye Motorcycle Club ......................608-763-2821 Hill And Gully ........................................630-798-4645 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders .................651-456-0224 WFO/Team P&G ....................................309-314-3343

2012 D17 Events 8 ST 22 ST

Lamoine Ramblers .........................Macomb Pekin M/C Club..................................Pekin

Enduro August

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Hillclimb NQ= No quad classes July 14 NQ Cahokia Creek DR .......................White City 21 Pleasure Riders M/C...................Cayuga, IN 22 Pleasure Riders M/C...................Cayuga, IN 28 NQ Rock River Riders M/C .........................Polo August 11 NQ Cahokia Creek DR .......................White City September 1 Central Illinois M/C ...........................Neoga 2 Central Illinois M/C ...........................Neoga 8 King City Dirt Riders ...................Mt. Vernon State Championship D17 Card Required 9 King City Dirt Riders ...................Mt. Vernon 15 Pleasure Riders M/C...................Cayuga, IN 16 Pleasure Riders M/C...................Cayuga, IN

Dirt Track All have semi pro and youth classes. HM= Half mile, ST= Short Track. NQ= No Quad classes, L=Limited classes. July 14 ST Lamoine ........................................Macomb 25 1/2 Central Illinois M/C....................Champaign HM State Championship August 4 1/2M Pekin M/C .................................Petersburg 11 ST, NQ Galesburg M/c ............................Galesburg 18 TT Lamoine ........................................Macomb 31 ST, NQ IMDA .........................................Springfield September 2 TT Central Illinois M/C ...........................Neoga 3 TT Central Illinois M/C ...........................Neoga

11 Hill and Gully Riders................Roselawn, IN 12 Hill and Gully Riders................Roselawn, IN tba CC Little Egypt M/C...............................Marion September 9 Des Moines Enduro Riders........Winterset, IA 23 WFO Promotions ............................Geneseo October 14 Nat. Muddobbers M/C .......................Upland, IN 21 Cahokia Creek DR .......................White City 28 Forest City Riders.........................Leaf River November 4 Riders M/C ................................Goshen, IN

Gran Prix Q= Includes Quad classes August 12 South Fork Dirt Riders .................Taylorville 25 KI Tracks .........................................Oregon September 9 Q Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington 23 Motosports Park ................................Byron October 7 4-P Promos/ Sunset Ridge................Walnut 14 KI Tracks .........................................Oregon 21 Moto Pro Inc ...................................Wedron

Dual Sports September 22 WFO Promotions..............................Genseo November 4 Brush Poppers.................................Sterling

Hare Scrambles All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes. NQ= No Quad classes, B= Bonus points July 22 Fox Valley Off Road ........................Wedron 29 B WFO Promotions ...................................TBA August 11 B, Q Only Splintercreek .........................Fosterburg 12 NQ, B Splintercreek ..............................Fosterburg 19 B Fox Valley Off Road ........................Wedron 26 NQ, B Motosports/FCR/WFO........................Byron September 9 WFO Promotions...............................Lasalle 16 Fox Valley Off Road ........................Wedron 23 NQ, B Cahokia Creek DR .......................White City 30 South Fork Dirt Riders .................Taylorville October

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Non Points Events

August 26 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey October 28 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey Team Races, no points October 28 Cahokia Creek DR .......................White City November 4 Dirt Riders .......................................Oakley 4 Belleville End Team .......................Belleville 11 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey

D17 Motocross NQ= No Quad classes, B= Bonus points, PA= ProAm, NL= Night, Limited classes. All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes. July 15 4-P Promos/Sunset Ridge.................Walnut 15 South Fork Dirt Riders .................Taylorville 22 Crossroads MX ..................................Mason 22 Motosports Park ................................Byron 29 NQ Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey 29 NQ South Fork Dirt Riders .................Taylorville August 5 Motosports Park ................................Byron 10 NL Pleasure Riders MC ...................Georgetown 11 Pleasure Riders MC ....................Cayuga, IN 12 Pleasure Riders MC ....................Cayuga, IN 19 Crossroads MX ..................................Mason 19 NQ MC Motopark...............................Mt Carroll 19 Motosports Park ................................Byron 19 B Tri-City MC .................................Coal Valley 26 B 4-P Promos/Sunset Ridge.................Walnut 26 South Fork Dirt Riders .................Taylorville September 1 NQ Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey 2 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey 2 Motosports Park ................................Byron 3 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey 9 Tri-City MC .................................Coal Valley 16 Galesburg MC..............................Galesburg 16 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey 23 B Crossroads MX ..................................Mason 23 NQ MC Moto Park..............................Mt Carroll 29 4-P Promos/Sunset Ridge.................Walnut 30 PA 4-P Promos/Sunset Ridge.................Walnut October 7 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey 13 Crossroads MX ..................................Mason 14 Crossroads MX ..................................Mason 14 B Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington 20 Pleasure Riders MC ....................Cayuga, IN

21 Pleasure Riders MC ....................Cayuga, IN 4-P Promos/Sunset Ridge.................Walnut 21 27 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey 28 Lincoln Trails Motosports.....................Casey 28 Motosports Park ................................Byron November 4 Crossroads MX ..................................Mason

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D17 Stadium MX NQ= No Quad classes, B= Bonus points, PA= ProAm, All run limited classes, and usually into the night, check with promoter for times July 14 Moto Pro Inc..................................Mendota 21 Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington 21 Stateline.....................................Pecatonica 28 Moto Pro Inc..................................Mendota August 4 B Stateline.....................................Pecatonica 11 Moto Pro Inc..................................Mendota 18 PA Stateline.....................................Pecatonica 25 B Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington 31 Moto Pro Inc..................................Mendota September 1 Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington 8 B Moto Pro Inc..................................Mendota 15 Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington 15 Stateline.....................................Pecatonica 16 Stateline.....................................Pecatonica 22 Moto Pro Inc..................................Mendota October 6 Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington 20 Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington 27 Joliet Motosports .......................Wilmington

D17 Trials All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes. July 15 Brushpoppers................................Morrison August 11 Nitro...................................................Lena 12 Nitro...................................................Lena 26 Variety Riders ..................................Ottawa September 23 Nitro............................................Pearl City October 6 Nitro ................................................Peoria 7 Nitro ................................................Peoria

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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 .........................................217-753-8866 IMDA Joliet Motosports Park ...........................815-476-7433

ki Tracks .........................................815-732-3073 King City Dirt Riders...............................618-266-7208 Lamoine Ramblers M/C .........................309-837-9436 Lincoln Trail Motosports..........................217-932-2041 Little Egypt Off-Road Inc. .......................618-252-2062 M.C. Moto Park......................................815-541-1209 Midwest Off-Road Riders .......................815-434-0209 Missouri Mudders...................................636-639-6373 Moto Pro, Inc.........................................815-539-9021 Motosports Enterprises ...........................815-234-2271 Muddobbers MC.....................................765-998-2236 N.I.T.R.O .........................................815-335-2749 Pekin M/C .........................................309-231-4945 Peoria M/C / Aux..................................309-697-4981 Pleasure Riders M/C ..............................217-477-3191

Riders M/C .........................................574-209-1234 Rock River Riders M/C ...........................815-645-2351 South Fork Dirt Riders............................217-237-4752 Splinter Creek Dirt Riders.......................618-977-5587 Stateline MX .........................................815-275-6686 Tri-City M/C, Inc. ...................................309-799-9449 Variety Riders M/C ................................815-434-3669 WFO Promotions....................................309-314-3343

District 17 Officers:

Card Processor, Patty Ward.....................815-539-9021 Road, George Barrington .......................630-530-4810 ABATE, William Rigsby............................309-962-2236

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Enduro & GP, Ryan Moss ........................815-624-6535 Hare Scrambles, Jay Hall .......................217-566-3735 Hillclimb, Gordon Green.........................217-469-2672 Dirt Track, Stan Camp ............................309-208-6735 MX & SX, Gerhard Ward.........................815-539-9021 Trials, Dan Loer .....................................309-243-7693

E-mail addresses at the D17 web site President, AJ Waggoner .........................219-696-1873 V. President, Bill Tuman Treasurer, Patty Ward ............................815-539-9021 Secretary, Don Hachmeister ...................815-978-5471

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Motocross All events include Quad classes ** DOUBLE POINTS JULY 21 Cedar Valley Trail Riders ........Cedar Rapids

AUGUST 4 Cedar Valley Trail Riders ........Cedar Rapids Fun Valley MX.........................Montezuma 11 12 ** Fun Valley MX.........................Montezuma Cedar Valley Trail Riders ........Cedar Rapids 18 25 Moto-X Raceway................................Sully SEPTEMBER Cedar Valley Trail Riders ........Cedar Rapids 1 Fun Valley MX.........................Montezuma 2 3 Fun Valley MX.........................Montezuma 8 New Hartford Racing ............New Hartford 9 ** New Hartford Racing ............New Hartford 15 ** Cedar Valley Trail Riders ........Cedar Rapids 22 Riverside Raceway ......................Winterset

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Clubs and Promoters

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

District 22 Officers:

President, Mark D. Bonnell ....................515-208-6169 mxkingdom@aol.com Motocross Group Officers Treasurer, Stacy Stephens ......................641-877-6068 Membership Director, Lenah Walton .......319-242-4108 Points Steward, James McNaul...............641-990-0529 Webmaster, Missi Thede.........................641-781-9195

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D23 Motocross July 13 Spring Creek......................................Millville 15 Spring Creek......................................Millville 22 Motokazie..........................................Kellogg 22 Berm Bender....................................Mankato 29 Motocity Raceway...........................Little Falls 29 Motokazie........................................Mankato August 5 Spring Creek......................................Millville 5 Echo valley.....................................Brookston 12 Motocity Raceway ...............................Staples 12 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mora 19 Motokazie..........................................Kellogg 19 RTW Race Promo ...........................Cambridge 26 Motocity Raceway...........................Little Falls 26 Spring Creek......................................Millville September 2 Motokazie..........................................Kellogg 2 Berm Bender .........................................Mora 3 Motokazie..........................................Kellogg 3 Berm Bender .........................................Mora 9 Motocity Raceway ...............................Staples 9 Spring Creek......................................Millville 16 Hurricane Hills .................................Mazeppa 16 Echo Valley.....................................Brookston 16 Straight Arrow ..............................Grantsburg 23 Motocity Raceway...........................Little Falls 23 Motokazie..........................................Kellogg 30 Spring Creek......................................Millville 30 Motocity Raceway ...............................Staples

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October 07 Spring Creek......................................Millville 14 Golden Eagles ..................................Mazeppa

22 Motocity Raceway ...............................Staples August 19 RTW Race Promo ...........................Cambridge 26 Hurricane Hills .................................Mazeppa September 2 Motocity Raceway ...............................Staples 3 Motocity Raceway ...............................Staples

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Valley Springs ...................................Bay City Valley Springs ...................................Bay City Hill Climb National 25 Kayto Cycle Club...............................Mankato 26 Flying Dutchman..............................New Ulm September 15 Indianhead Cycle Club .....................Red Wing 16 Indianhead Cycle Club .....................Red Wing

Flat Track July 21 Golden Eagles..........................Dodge Cty Fair September 9 Norsemen Motorcycle Club.............Cambridge 22 Flying Dutchman..............................New Ulm 23 Flying Dutchman..............................New Ulm

Hare Scramble August 5

Range Riders .....................................Hill City National 19 MOTR ...........................................Stone Lake September 16 ARC ....................................................Staples 23 Northern Lites .....................................Crosby

29 Norsemen Motorcycle Club .....................Mora August 12 Paul Bunyan FR...................................Akeley 26 Straight Arrow ER.............................Duquette

Trail Ride/Dual Sport

September 8/9 Golden Eagles ..................................Theilman 22/23 Twin Cities TR...............................Huntersville 29 Norsemen Motorcycle Club ................Danbury October 20/21 Paul Bunyan FR...................................Akeley

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July 21 Norsemen Motorcycle Club ..............Woodland 28 Norsemen Motorcycle Club .....................Mora August 05 Range Riders .....................................Hill City National Yth Offroad HS 11 Paul Bunyan FR...................................Akeley 19 MOTR ...........................................Stone Lake 25 Straight Arrow ER.............................Duquette September 16 ARC ....................................................Staples

District 23 Club and Promoters

Berm Benders Inc..................................320-679-2582 Echo Valley ...........................................218-348-4754 Flying Dutchmen...................................507-388-1671 Golden Eagles .......................................715-307-0936 Hi-Winders............................................507-753-2779 Hurricane Hills MX Park ........................507-843-5154 Indianhead Cycle Club ...........................651-764-1220 Kato Cycle Club .....................................612-860-6436

Midway Recreation Park........................952-601-1169 Motocity Raceway .................................218-894-2826 Motokazie ............................................952-601-1169 Norsemen Motorcycle Club.....................763-263-5835 North Central Dirt Track.........................612-865-2661 Northern Trail Riders .............................218-741-3344 Northern Lites.......................................218-828-4766 On Track Promotions .............................612-328-4109 Paul Bunyan Forest Riders.....................651-746-4104 Range Riders ........................................218-327-5336 River Valley Enduro Riders.....................763-682-1778 Rough Riders Quad Club........................952-465-8868 RM Promotions .....................................218-894-2826 RTW Race Promo/Cambridge.................218-894-2826 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders.................612-827-3412 Twin Cities Trail Riders ...........................952-442-3260 Veterans Ride Inc ..................................651-260-7204 Wisconsin District 16: Arkansaw Cycle Park.............................715-285-5679 CMJ Raceway........................................608-220-6853 Valley Springs .......................................612-345-4376

District 23 Elected Officers

Chairman, Mike Quinn.........................507-288-2612 mquinn401@gmail.com Vice Chairman, Tawnia Stukel.............612-205-4066 stukelracing@hotmail.com Treasurer, Karen Umphress .................612-965-8619 karen@tnkent.com MX Vice Chairman, MarkVanderwerf.952-469-3841 tzracer46@hotmail.com Government Relations Tom & Karen Umphress .........................612-965-8618 tom@tnkent.com Trail Rider Vice Chairman James Landini.......................................612-559-9134 speedi@inbox.com Banquet Chair, Mark Becker ..................630-640-8267 Board Advisor, Craig Rutschow...............651-385-7813 Webmaster, Tawnia Stukel .....................612-968-3418


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BLACK VIEW

BLACK VIEW BLACK

BLACK

JGR Milly

WHITE

BLACK

24.99

Sugg Retail $26

Internal

The Don

$

$

20.

Color

Black White

99

Bobs#

#4103014 #4103013

BLACK

BLUE

Bobs#

Color

Black

Bobs#

#4103022

BLACK

#4103012 #4103011

JGR Scratch

18.99

24.99

Retail $19.95

$

Black Blue

Color

Black White

Splits Sugg

Color

18.99

Sugg Retail $19.95

Sugg Retail $21.95

$

Sugg Retail $26

$

Bobs#

Color

#4103009 #4103010

Black

‡)5((*URXQG6KLSSLQJ

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

Bobs#

#4103022

New DM-18

Available Online!

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OLYMPIAN BLUE

BLACK

American Made

Yacht Stripe Sugg Retail $28.00 Color

ATHLETIC RED

BLACK

Sugg Retail $22.00

Bobs#

Black #4101637 Olympian Blue #4101638

Color

BLACK

Black Athletic Red

Bobs#

#4101642 #4101643

ATHLETIC RED

BLACK

WHITE

Butcha

Detlef

Sugg Retail $22.00 Color Black White

Sugg Retail $22.00

Bobs#

Color

#4101644 #4101645

Black Athletic Red

BLACK

#4101646 #4101647

OLYMPIAN BLUE

COLUMBIA GREEN

Skully Straight

Sugg Retail $22.00

Bobs#

Color

Black #4101649 Columbia Green #4101650

Bobs#

Black #4101657 Olympian Blue #4101656

OLYMPIAN BLUE

WHITE

BLACK

Urban Fever

WHITE

Downfade

Sugg Retail $22.00 Color

BLACK

Power Move

Sugg Retail $22.00 Color

Bobs#

Sugg Retail $24.00

Bobs#

Color

Black #4101652 Olympian Blue #4101651 White #4101653

White

OLYMPIAN BLUE

WHITE

Bobs# #4101658

HEATHER GREY

TC Trey Star Thermal Sugg Retail $30.00

Wrap Around Sugg Retail $22.00 Color

Color

Bobs#

STEALTH RED

STEALTH BLACK

Sugg Retail $25 to $28

Call!!

Sugg Retail $25 to $26

Call!! Stealth Red Stealth Black Surface Black Surface Red

Color

Bobs# #4115053 #4115054 #4115222 #4115223

ZIGGLER BLUE

RACER BLUE

Yamaha T-Shirts

Honda T-Shirts Color

Bobs#

Heather Grey #4134018

White #4101655 Olympian Blue #4101654

Racer Blue Ziggler Blue Ziggler Red Ziggler White

SURFACE RED

SURFACE BLACK

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Bobs# #4115220 #4115218 #4115219 #4115217

ZIGGLER WHITE

ZIGGLER RED

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T-Shirts BLACK

RED

20.

Color

Sugg Retail $22

Color

Black Grey Red

22.99

7

WHITE

BLACK

Sugg Retail $24

$

GREY

Shockwave

$

Two Some

99

Black White

Bobs# #4112100 #4112101

Bobs# #4112097 #4112099 #4112098

BACK VIEW BLACK/ BLUE

BLACK

BLACK/ WHITE

WHITE

WHITE

Dense

20.99

Sugg Retail $22

$

Color

Eager

RED

22.99

Bobs#

Sugg Retail $24

Black/Blue #4112102 Black/White #4112103 #4112104 White

$

Color

BLACK WHITE

Local 99

Bobs#

#4112111 #4112112 #4112113

Black White Red

21.99

Sugg Retail $24

$

Color

Black White Red

19.99

$ WHITE

BLACK

Color

BURGUNDY

Bobs#

Black #4112108 White #4112109 Heather Grey #4112110

Major

19.99

DEFLECTION

COAX

Sugg Retail $22

$

Color

WHITE

Sugg Retail $22

Bobs# #4112105 #4112106 #4112107

HEATHER GREY

Wasted

Long Sleeves

32.99

Sugg Retail $34

$

Bobs#

Black #4112114 White #4112115 Heather Grey #4112116

Color

Bobs#

Coax Thermal #4138002 Deflection #4138003

RED

GREY

20.

Lockdown

$

#4108011 #4108010 #4108012

20.00

$

Color Bobs# BLACK

RED

BLUE

Black White

#4108021 #4108022

BLACK

20.

Brand

$

GREY

20.00

Edge

00

$

Color Bobs# Black Red Blue

WHITE

Scratcher

00

Color Bobs# Grey Red White

BLACK

WHITE

Color Bobs#

#4108007 #4108008 #4108009

Grey Black

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#4108017 #4108016

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GREY MARLE

BLACK

BLACK

KHAKI

WHITE

Interceptor

Carbon

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs# Black White

Black #4128578 Grey Marle #4128577 Khaki #4128579

#4128576 #4128575

WHITE

Rust

irts h s T t Uni etail $21.95

Color Bobs#

#4128581 #4128580

Black White

Sugg R

#4128582 #4128583

BLACK

WHITE

BLACK

We Die

Dirty Gentlemen

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Black White

WHITE

Dripper

Color Bobs# Black White

BLACK

BLACK

#4128585 #4128584

Black White

#4128586 #4128587

WHITE

BLACK

BLACK

WHITE

WHITE

WHITE

Ride Color Bobs#

White

Redemption

Link

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Black White

Black White

#4128589 #4128588

BLACK

WHITE

#4128590 #4128591

BLACK

WHITE

LA

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs# Black White

#4128592 #4128593

WHITE

BLACK

Trails Black White

#4128594

#4128595 #4128596

Duo BLACK

WHITE

BLACK

WHITE

Color Bobs#

Black White

#4128597 #4128598

Linguistic Reggae Color Bobs# Black White

‡)5((*URXQG6KLSSLQJ

#4128600 #4128599

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

#4128604 #4128603

BLACK

WHITE

Burrow

Color Bobs#

Black White

Stunt Color Bobs#

Black White

#4128602 #4128601

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BLACK/ WHITE

RED/ YELLOW

BLUE/ WHITE

9

WHITE/ BLACK

Icon

Sugg Retail $22.00 Color

Bobs#

Black/White Red/Yellow Blue/White White/Black

#4115166 #4115168 #4115169 #4115170

WHITE

HEATHER GREY

BLACK RED

Plug

Sugg Retail $22.00 Color

Bobs#

Black #4115192 Heather Grey #4115191 #4115190 White

KELLY GREEN BLACK ROYAL BLUE

CHARCOAL

Heiroglyphics

Euro

Sugg Retail $22.00 Color

Royal Blue Charcoal Black

Sugg Retail $22.00

Bobs#

Color

#4115181 #4115182 #4115183

Bobs#

Kelly Green #4115185 #4115184 Red

RED HEATHER

CHARCOAL HEATHER

GREEN HEATHER

BLUE HEATHER

30.00

Original

30.00

Driver 54

$

Color

Red Heather Charcoal Heather Blue Heather Green Heather

$

Bobs#

Color

#4104237 #4104238 #4104242 #4104243

RED

CHARCOAL HEATHER

BLACK

30.

$

00

Color

Bobs#

Hoss Power

00

Color

$

Bobs#

Red

Charcoal Heather #4104239

Color

#4104241

BLACK

Closeout T’s

30.00

Number 1

$

Bobs#

Heather Ash #4104240

30.

Cafe

HEATHER ASH

Black

Bobs#

Scan Me With Your Smart Phone!

#4104244

BLACK

BLACK

BLACK

BLACK

Monster Sugg Retail $25

23.

Bobs #4117000

$

99

Dirt Champ

Whipper

Sugg Retail $25

Sugg Retail $25

Moonwalker

Shield

Bobs #4117002

Bobs #4117001

Bobs #4117003

Bobs #4117004

23.

$

99

‡)5((*URXQG6KLSSLQJ

23.

$

99

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

Sugg Retail $25

23.

$

99

23.99

Sugg Retail $25

$

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BLACK BLACK

F-Wing

21.99

Sugg Retail $22.95

Short

21.99

$

Color

Color

Bobs#

Bobs#

Black Turquoise Red White

BACK

#4129000

RED

RED

TURQUOISE

$

Sugg Retail $22.95

Black

WHITE

#4129008 #4129011 #4129009 #4129010

WHITE

GREY

BLACK

Corporate

18.99

Sugg Retail $19.95

$

Canard

21.99

Sugg Retail $22.95

$

Color

Color

Bobs#

BACK

#4129001

Red

Bobs#

Black Blue Red White Grey

BLUE

#4129002 #4129003 #4129004 #4129005 #4129006

RED

BLACK

Trophy

19.99

BLACK

Sugg Retail $20.95

$

Color

Red

WHITE

Logo

21.99

Sugg Retail $22.95

Bobs#

#4129007

FRONT BLACK

TEAL

$

Color

Bobs#

Black White

#4129012 #4129013

MINT

TURQUOISE

BLACK

BLUE

Cognito

Sugg Retail $20.00

Biggie

Color Bobs#

Sugg Retail $23.00

Black #4104155 Teal #4104156 Mint #4129526 Turquoise #4129528

Color Bobs# Black Blue White

WHITE

RED

One Percenter

Pistol

Color Bobs#

Sugg Retail $22.00 White

#4104162

#4104159 #4104160 #4104161

White Not Pictured!! BLACK

BLACK

Halfer

Instigate

Sugg Retail $20.00

Long Sleeve Sugg Retail $25.00

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Red

#4104158

Black

Long Sleeve Sugg Retail $25.00

#4136103

Black

#4136102

BLACK

Reverse A-Billy

BLACK

Corporate

BLACK

BLUE

Zip Hoodie

Zip Hoodie

44.99

71.99

Sugg Retail $49.95

Sugg Retail $79.95

$

$

Color

Color Bobs# Black Wild

WILD

Black Blue

#5193000 #5193001

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Bobs# #5193002 #5193003

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Fleece

VERT

TEKTONIC

BACK UP

Monster

11

RIGHT LANE

MATRIX

Sugg Retail $68 to $86

Call!! Color

Tektonic-Zip Matrix-Hoody Vert-Zip Back Up-Zip Right Lane-Zip

Bobs#

#5182505 #5182515 #5182517 #5182518 #5182519

Rockstar

SATELITE

WARP SPEED

Sugg Retail $60 to $80

Call!! Color

CALL TO ARMS

WRITING ON THE WALL

WRITING ON THE WALL

Bobs#

Writing Wall Black Writing Wall White Call to Arms Satellite Warp Speed

#5182536 #5182537 #5182553 #5182554 #5182555

RISKY RED

BLACK

e Cash m o S e Sav

KELLY HEATHER

Closeout Fleece......

Icon

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $58

Call!! Color

Bobs#

Black Kelly Heather Risky Red

#5182582 #5182584 #5182583

NAVY

RED

Scan Me With Your Smart Phone!

BLACK

BLACK

45.00

Waffle

$

Color

Black Navy Red

Bobs#

WHITE

BLACK

RED

WHITE

#5188513 #5188514 #5188515

Flair

41.

Mazed

$

Color

Black White Red

Zip Hoodie

00

Sugg Retail $69.95 Color

Bobs#

Black White

#5188519 #5188521 #5188520

Bobs# #5174281 #5174280

GREY HEATHER GREY

BLACK

T-Star Print Zip Hoodie

BLACK

Sugg Retail $65.00

Lyman

Color

Zip Hoodie

Black

Bobs#

#5170559

Sugg Retail $65.00 Color

Don

Zip Hoodie

49.99

Sugg Retail $54

$

Color Bobs#

Black Grey

Bobs#

BLACK

#5172001 #5172000

Black #5170557 Heather Grey #5170558

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Fleece

12

Restricted

BLACK

RED

MIDNIGHT

GRAPHITE

Zip Hoodie

Sugg Retail $89.50 Color Bobs# Black Graphite Midnight Red

#5174283 #5174285 #5174286 #5174284

FOREST GREEN

Premier

Tech Pullover

MIDNIGHT

GRAPHITE

BLACK

Zip Hoodie

Sugg Retail $89.50

Sugg Retail $79.50

Color Bobs# Black Graphite Midnight

Forest Green

WHITE

Boltz

Sugg Retail $54.50

Sugg Retail $79.50 Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Carbon White

#5174290 #5174291

DAY GLO ORANGE

BLACK

Pullover

WHITE

Color Bobs#

Red White

DARK STONE

CHARCOAL

Briggs

#5174305 #5174306

Legendary

MIDNIGHT

BLACK

Zip Hoodie

Sasquatch

Sugg Retail $79.50

Sugg Retail $119.00 Bobs#

Color Bobs#

#5174316 #5174315

Superfaster

RED

Flight

Sugg Retail $69.50

Bobs#

Black #5174294 DayGlo Orange #5174295

Dark Stone Charcoal

#5174308 #5174307

Zip Hoodie

Sugg Retail $49.50

Color

CARBON

Zip Hoodie

Pullover

Color

#5174309

WHITE

Fresh Rep

Cramped

Bobs#

Color

#5174287 #5174288 #5174289

BLACK

Black White

Sectory

Black Midnight

BLACK

RED

Zip Hoodie

ELECTRIC BLUE

#5174292 #5174293

Vanish Pullover

BLACK

WHITE

Sugg Retail $49.50

Sugg Retail $64.50

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Black White

Black #5174298 Red #5174299 Electric Blue #5174300

‡)5((*URXQG6KLSSLQJ

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#5174296 #5174297

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13 BLACK

BLACK

BLACK

WHITE ELECTRIC BLUE BLUE

Spillage Zip Hoodie

Schematica

Sledge

Sugg Retail $84.50

Sugg Retail $99.50

Color Bobs# #5174313 #5174314

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Black White

RED

Zip Hoodie

Sugg Retail $89.50 Color Bobs#

Black #5174311 Electric Blue #5174312

#5174302 #5174304

BLACK

BLUE

WHITE

50.

County

$

Covert

Zip Hoodie

Zip Hoodie

Sugg Retail $54.50 Black Blue

WHITE

White

60.00

#5174310

Loft

$

RED GREY

Color Bobs#

00

Grey Red

#5177513 #5177512

Color Bobs# Black Red Blue White

#5177503 #5177504 #5177506 #5177505

BLACK

Crew Sugg Retail $46

42.99

$

$

60.99

$

Black

Consistent

51.99

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $65

Color

Black

BLACK

Recheck

Pullover Sugg Retail $54

Hustle

Color

BLACK

Color

Bobs#

Black

#5181028

Bobs# #5181031

Bobs#

#5181024

BLACK

Cross Train

BLACK

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $52

BLACK/ BLUE

49.99

Color

BACK VIEW

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $52

49.99

$

Black Black/Blue

CHARCOAL

Station

$

Bobs#

Color

#5181029 #5181030

Bobs#

Black Charcoal

#5181025 #5181026

BACK VIEW

FRONT VIEW RED

BORIS BLACK

BLUE

Yamaha

Honda

Sugg Retail $66

Sugg Retail $64 to $66

Fleece

Fleece

Call!! Color

Proper Blue Apt Red

COUNCIL RED

Call!! Color

Bobs#

Council Red Boris Black

#5182594 #5182593

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Bobs#

#5182595 #5182546

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Jeans

14

SLIGHTLY FADED DEEP COBALT

ROUGHED UP RINSE

DIRTY RINSE

DIRTY RINSE

COBALT

Baseline

Throttle

Freestyle

Slim Straight

Sugg Retail $89.50

Sugg Retail $99.50

Color

Color

Bobs#

Roughed Up Rinse #5234779

Deep Cobalt

Relaxed Fit

Sugg Retail $64.50 Color

Bobs#

Sugg Retail $59.50

Bobs#

Color

Dirty Rinse 32�IS #5234782 Dirty Rinse 34�IS #5234783

#5234780

Throttle

Duster

Regular Fit

Slouchy Straight

Bobs#

Dirty Rinse

#5234787

INDIGO GREASE MONKEY

DARK INDIGO

Regular Fit

Sugg Retail $89.50 Color

Bobs#

Slightly Faded #5234784 Cobalt #5234785

Belts

VINTAGE WASH YELLOW

Transition Bob’s #5234797

Sugg Retail $25.00 BLACK

Blackout Bob’s #5234798

Sugg Retail $44.50

Duster

Slicker

Duster

Sugg Retail $69.50

Sugg Retail $89.50

Sugg Retail $89.50

Color

Color

Relaxed Fit Color

Bobs#

Grease Monkey #5234788

Shorts

Regular Fit

Dark Indigo

Relaxed Fit

Bobs#

#5234786

Vintage Wash

WHITE

Sugg Retail $64.00

Bobs#

Color

#5234817

Indigo

CHARCOAL HEATHER

Bobs#

Color

Kelly Green

Bobs#

#5233520

Black

Core DT

Black

#5233522

Wing It

Sugg Retail $30.00

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Black

BLACK

Bobs #5233513

Sugg Retail $32.00

#5233521

Aster Buckle Sugg Retail $20.00

#5238532

Color

BLUE

‡)5((*URXQG6KLSSLQJ

Star 3 BLACK

Sugg Retail $50.00 #5238531

#5234681

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Multi

Sugg Retail $25.00

Bobs#

Sugg Retail $49.00

Sugg Retail $62.00

DAYGLO ORANGE

Bob’s #5234796

Lyman

Venice

Spin Blue

#5238533

BLACK

Color MULTI

CAMO

Sugg Retail $24.00

Sugg Retail $49.50

White #5234789 Black #5234791 Charcoal Heather #5234790

Sugg Retail $44.00

Bob’s #5234795

Showdown

Sugg Retail $42.50

Lanai

Bobs#

BLACK

Essex Color

Entrap

Jet

BLACK on orders over $99 - See Page 27

Black Silver

Bobs# #5238535 #5238534

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Shoes

Spartan Hi

BLACK/ SOFT LIME

69.

Sugg Retail $80 Bob’s #5131575

$ Union Hi

64.99

99

79.

Sugg Retail $90 Bob’s #5131577

$

Sugg Retail $75 Bob’s #5131573

$

Bridge

Pure XE

49.

Bob’s #5131576

$

59.99

Sugg Retail $65 Bob’s #5131574

$

Frenzy

$

Unilite Trainer TC

74.

BLACK/ CITRUS

Bob’s #5131578

84.99

$

Bob’s #5131581

$

99

BLACK/WHITE/ RED

Raif

59.99

Sugg Retail $65

79.99

Bob’s #5131580

$

XT

RED/ WHITE

79.99

BATTLESHIP/ LIME

$

Color

Bobs#

Black/White/Red #5131584 White/Black #5131585

Battleship/Lime Red/White

WHITE/ BLACK

BLACK/ PINK

Bobs# #5131582 #5131583

WHITE/ GREY/PINK

Newstart LX

RED/ BLACK

Newstart

CHARCOAL

Color

Motion Eclipse Sugg Retail $85.00

Bobs#

Red/Black White/Grey

RED/ BLACK

Motion Elite

Bobs#

#5134063 #5134064

WHITE/ GREY

BLACK/ WHITE

Black/Pink #5134054 Black/Green #5134055

BLUE/ WHITE

Color

Bobs#

Charcoal #5134061 Wht/Grey/Pink #5134062

BLACK/ GREEN

WHITE/ GREEN RED/ BLACK

Sugg Retail $90.00

Motion Atmis

Photon

Sugg Retail $75.00

Sugg Retail $80.00

Bob’s #5134056

Color

Bob’s #5134065

Socks

Black/White Red/Black White/Green White/Grey

Bobs#

#5134057 #5134058 #5134059 #5134060

Socks

8.99

$

Sugg Retail $22.00 Color Black White

Bobs#

#5082512 #5082513

BLACK WHITE

Color Fall Out Union Stomp

STOMP

‡)5((*URXQG6KLSSLQJ

Shock 1/2

Shock Crew

Color

Color

Sugg Retail $8.50

Bobs# #5086512 #5086514 #5086513

DAYGLO ORANGE

LIGHT GREY

Sugg Retail $10

Willis 3-Pk

FALL OUT

WHITE/ GREY

Sugg Retail $100.00

Sugg Retail $100.00

Color

BLACK/WHITE/ ATHLETIC RED

Sugg Retail $90

Sugg Retail $90

$

Color

62.99

Bob’s #5131579

99

Sugg Retail $85

Sugg Retail $95

BLACK/ CITRUS

Sugg Retail $70

Racket TP

BLACK/WHITE/ ORANGE

BLACK/ ORANGE

99

Net SE TP

PIRATE BLACK/ BLACK

Sugg Retail $55

BLACK/ DC PRINT

15

Unilite Trainer TP

BLACK/ ARMOR

UNION

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

Bobs#

Light Grey #5084050 DayGlo Orange #5084051

Sugg Retail $8.50

Bobs#

Light Grey #5084052 DayGlo Orange #5084053

DAYGLO ORANGE

LIGHT GREY

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Hats & Beanies

16

FATIGUE BLACK

Squad

CHARCOAL

BLACK

Double Time Sugg Retail $30.00

Sugg Retail $26.00

Color

Bobs#

Color

Black Fatigue Black

Bobs#

Black Charcoal White

#4970799 #4970800

GREY

Sugg Retail $25.00 Bobs#

DayGlo Yellow #4970798 Grey #4970797

DAY GLO YELLOW

Snap Back

RED

CHARCOAL

Snap Back

Sugg Retail $18.50 Color

Red Charcoal Blue DayGlo Orange

BLACK/ WHITE

CARBON/ BLACK

Big Boltz

#4970801 #4970803 #4970802

Archtype

Image Available Online.......

Over Joy Color

BLACK WHITE

Bobs#

#4970804 #4970805 #4970806 #4970807

DAY GLO ORANGE

BLUE

Sugg Retail $22.50 Color

Black/White Carbon/Black

Streamline

Bobs# #4970808 #4970809

Color

Visor Beanie

Black Blue Grey DayGlo Orange DayGlo Yellow

Sugg Retail $24.50 Color

Bobs# #4970795 #4970794

BLUE

BLACK/ RED

Bobs#

#4970789 #4970790 #4970791 #4970792 #4970793

GREY BLACK

BLACK

DAY GLO ORANGE

Curved

26.99

$

27.99

Sugg Retail $29.50

$

Black Black/Red

Color Bobs# Black Grey

Bobs#

Valley

GREY

#4977563 #4977564

Sugg Retail $29.00 Color

#4977561 #4977562

Charcoal White

BLACK/ RED

Beanies

19.99

Sugg Retail $22

DECAY

24.99

$

Color

Black/Blue Black/Orange Black/Yellow Black/Green Black/Red

Color Black Charcoal Red White

Icon-Flex Fit Sugg Retail $25

Call!!

RED

BLACK/ GREEN BLACK/ BLUE

BLACK/ YELLOW

Closeouts

CHARCOAL

WHITE

Daxx

Sugg Retail $20.00 BLACK/ ORANGE

Color Bobs#

BLACK/ RED

Camo

#4968565

CAMO

Scan Me!

ROYAL BLUE

Villopoto BLACK

Color Bobs# Black #4979100 Royal Blue #4979101 Red #4979102

BLACK

Bobs#

#4967523 #4967525 #4967526 #4967524

Bobs#

#4970007 #4970009 #4970008 #4970010 #4970011

WHITE

Sugg Retail $25.00

Bobs#

Sugg Retail $25.95

CHARCOAL

Corp Shift

Backflip #4977565 Broadcast #4977566 Decay #4977567

Factory

Bobs#

#4967519 #4967518

BROADCAST

BACKFLIP

$

Color

DAY GLO YELLOW

Sugg Retail $29.00

Warrant

Color

GREY

Sugg Retail $19.50

Superfast

Black/Red Grey

BLACK

Beanie

RED

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Spike

5950 Sugg Retail $36.00 Color Black

Bobs#

#4988000

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

Snap Back

Sugg Retail $25.00 Color Bobs# BLACK

Black

#4987014

BLACK

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Yamaha Hats

BUELLER

Sugg Retail $30 to $34

Call!! Color

Whiteout White Whiteout Black Bueller Blue Bueller Red

WHITEOUT

Color

Hulka Grey Wings Black Murray Beanie

Bobs#

#4979122 #4979123 #4979124 #4979125

25.00

$

24.99

Black Brown Purple Red

BLACK

25.

Bob’s #4974002

00

PURPLE RED

#4987500 #4987502 #4987503 #4987501

Brand

Corporate Pinstripe

$

$

26.99

25.00

BLACK

BLACK

Color Bobs#

RED

Black Navy Red

00

#4987504 #4987505 #4987506

Wallets

Color Bobs# #4974005 #4974006

Entrap

Big Boltz

Bob’s #5312255

Bob’s #5312259

Sugg Retail $18.50

Mouse Pads

BLACK

Sugg Retail $25.00

YELLOW

CAMO

Sugg Retail $6.00 Horns Clean

RED

NAVY

Sugg Retail $29.95

Bob’s #4974012

20.

Color

BLACK

F-Wing

Color Bobs#

National

Black Red

WINGS

$ BLACK

Bob’s #4974011

$

MURRAY

#4979126 #4979127 #4979128

Sugg Retail $26.95

Emboss

Speed Proof

HULKA

Bobs#

BROWN WHITEOUT

BUELLER BLACK

$

Call!!

Bobs# HORNS

CLEAN

Lanyards

Transition

Rapids

Core

Sugg Retail $18.50

Sugg Retail $25.00

Bob’s #5312258

Bob’s #5312257

Bob’s #5312256

#5320035 #5320034

Sugg Retail $25.00 DAY GLO ORANGE

BLACK

Lanyards

Carbon

7.99

Sugg Retail $9

Sugg Retail $20.00

$ BLACK

YELLOW

Color

Line Up Wallstreet

Transition

Format

Sugg Retail $9.50

Sugg Retail $9.50

Bob’s #5312261

Color Black White

Bobs#

WALLSTREET

LINE UP

Sugg Retail $20.00 Color

Bobs#

#5320032 #5320033

#5314581 #5314580

Bob’s #5312260

Blitzkrieg

BLACK

Black Red

Bobs# #5320031 #5320030

WHITE

BLACK

Full Stone

Sherlock

Bob’s #5312254

Sugg Retail $16.00

BLACK

Sugg Retail $26

23.99

Bob’s #5314578

$

Oh Joy

Lanyard

Sugg Retail $8.00

Bob’s #80130

Bob’s #5310020

EMERALD

Sugg Retail $4

2.99

$

Decal Sheet

4.

Sugg Retail $26

23.99

Bob’s #5314577

99

$

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Wallstreet

Sugg Retail $6

Bob’s #5004001

$

RED

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Kids T’s

18

BLACK

BLACK

WHITE

BLACK

WHITE

Urban Fever

Skully Straight

Sugg Retail $17.00

Sugg Retail $17.00 Color Bobs# Black

Bobs#

Color Black White

#4147529

Scoop

#4147531 #4147532

Color

BLACK

Black

Wrap Around Black

Sugg Retail $17.00

Bobs#

Color

#4147528

White

Bobs# #4147530

BLACK

CHARCOAL

Sugg Retail $17.00 Color

Super Pop

Sugg Retail $17.00

Bobs#

RED

#4147533

Big Boltz

Toddler

Bob’s #4147534

Sugg Retail $15.00

Sugg Retail $22.00 BLACK

Bobs#

Color Charcoal

Superfaster

#4149219

BLACK

Sugg Retail $20.00

Bobs#

Color

ELECTRIC BLUE

Black #4149223 Electric Blue #4149225 #4149224 Yellow

Sugg Retail $20.00 Color

Sugg Retail $18.00

Yellow Not Pictured!!

#4149232 #4149233

Black Red White

ELECTRIC BLUE

BLACK

Built Up

YELLOW

BLACK

#4149234 #4149235 #4149236

GREEN

Sonic

Sugg Retail $20.00 Color

Sugg Retail $18.00 Color Bobs#

Bobs#

Black Red

Bobs#

Black #4149226 Electric Blue #4149227 #4149228 Yellow

Endurance Toddler

F-Diamonds

Toddler Color

WHITE

RED

Sugg Retail $20.00

Bobs#

Color

Black #4149229 Electric Blue #4149230 DayGlo Orange #4149231

Black Green Yellow

DayGlo Orange Not Pictured!! BLACK

BLACK

Bobs# #4149220 #4149221 #4149222

Long Sleeves

BLACK

BLACK

Style

Spillage

$

Color

16.99

Color Black Grey

Bobs#

ORANGE

Sugg Retail $34.50

Sugg Retail $18.00

Black

GREY

Splat

Bobs#

Sugg Retail $19.00

#4161554

Color

GREY

Black Orange

#4151536 #4151537

Bobs#

#4157520 #4157521

Toddler BLACK

Bob’s #4157522

Sugg Retail $23.50

More Volcom Kids T’s Online..... BLACK

YELLOW

Potter

18.

Sugg Retail $20.00

$

Color Yellow

99

Bobs# #4151538

Toddler T’s

14.99

Sugg Retail $16.00

Basic

$

Color

Potter Black Gas Can Black Style Grey

Bobs#

#4151539 #4151540 #4151541

Long Sleeve Sugg Retail $25.00

Riot

2-Fer Sugg Retail $27.50

Toddler

Color

Sugg Retail $23.50

Black

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Bobs#

#4162010

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

Bob’s #4162011

Color Black Grey

Bobs#

#4162012 #4162013

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BLACK

Sugg Retail $42.50 Color Black Orange

19

Bobs#

BLACK

WHITE

WHITE

ORANGE

ORANGE

#5199075 #5199076

Toddler

Sugg Retail $39.50 Color Bobs# Black Orange

#5199077 #5199078

Boltz

Sugg Retail $59.50 Color White

Cramped

Flight

Sugg Retail $49.50

Sugg Retail $49.50

Bobs#

Color

#5199080

White

Color

Bobs#

Black Orange

#5199079

Yamaha BLACK

Sugg Retail $59.50

Whacky Pack

Color

Color

Skully Black

Bobs#

Multi

Kids Jeans

Call!! Color

Fan Wear See Page

#5203027 #5203028 #5203013

Honda

31

Bobs#

#5198009

Sugg Retail $52 to $60

Call!! Council Red Turbo Black Turbo Red

Bobs#

#5203029 #5203011 #5203010

DARK GREY/ BLACK

Court G Sugg Retail $43

39.

PUNK BLACK

Sugg Retail $46.50 Color

Bobs#

Dark Rinse

#5234662

Kids Hats

Color

Bobs#

Punk Black

#5234663

39.

Bob’s#5148567

$

30.99

Court-G EL

30.99

Color

White/Pink Black/Lime

Toddler

#4992568 #4992569

Toddler

Bob’s#4992571

Sugg Retail $15.00

Color Yellow

22.99

Sugg Retail $25

YELLOW

Sugg Retail $20.00

Toddler #4992572 Sugg Retail $14.00

BLACK/WHITE/ ROYAL

Bobs#

#5148572 #5148569

Court-G Crib

Color Bobs#

WHITE

WHITE/ PINK

$

Sugg Retail $22.00

Idler

BLACK/ LIME

Sugg Retail $34

Lineage Black Yellow

Bobs#

Black/Print #5148570 Wht/Blue/Red #5148571

Toddler

99

BLACK

YAHEARD 2

BLACK/ PRINT

Toddler

Color WHITE/ GREY

Sugg Retail $45

Sugg Retail $44.50

WHITE/BLUE/ RED

Net V $

99

Court-G SE

T-Rex

COUNCIL RED

TURBO RED BACK VIEW

Sugg Retail $34

Bob’s#5148565

$

TURBO BLACK

Fleece

Color

DARK RINSE

PROP RED

Bobs#

Proper Blue Proper Red Ergo Blue

Kids Shoes

Throttle 2

PROP BLUE

Sugg Retail $55 to $56

Sugg Retail $59.50

#5198010

#5199073 #5199074

ERGO BLUE

Fleece

MULTI

Bobs#

$

Color

WHITE/ PINK

Bobs#

White/Pink #5148573 Blk/Wht/Royal #5148574

Bobs#

#4992570

WEEBLE

DC Hats

Sugg Retail $29.00

Superfaster

Color

Sugg Retail $16.50

Bobs#

Yaheard2 Black #4992010 Weeble Black #4992011

Streamline

#4992575

BackPack

Sugg Retail $16.50 Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Black

Minister

Beanie

Beanie

BLACK

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Black #4992573 Dark Grey #4992574

Sugg Retail $28

BLACK

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

DARK GREY

25.99

Bob’s#5030034

$

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Womens Shirts

FUCHSIA

BLACK

LEMONADE

BLACK

LEMONADE

Competitive Football Sugg Retail $32.50 Color

Bobs#

Fuchsia Black Lemonade

#4169815 #4169814 #4169816

CHARCOAL HEATHER

FUCHSIA

Tracker

Crop Pullover Sugg Retail $34.50

FROST

LEMONADE

Bobs#

Color

Black Lemonade

#4169806 #4169807

Streamline Color

BLACK

BLACK

Crew Neck Sugg Retail $22.50

Bobs#

#4169818 Fuchsia Frost #4169820 Charcoal Heather #4169817 Lemonade #4169819

ORANGE CRUSH

BLACK

LEMONADE

Envious

Sugg Retail $22.50 Color

Black Orange Crush Lemonade

Bobs#

Silencer

#4169827 #4169828 #4169829

Retro Rider

Sugg Retail $22.50

Sugg Retail $24.50

Color Bobs#

BLACK

FUCHSIA

FROST

BLACK

WHITE

LEMONADE

Black

Color

#4169839

Black

HEATHER GREY

Bobs# #4169826

WHITE

Ultimate

Sugg Retail $26.50 Color Bobs#

Black Fuchsia Frost

#4169833 #4169834 #4169835

Savvy Sugg Retail $22.50 Color

Black Lemonade White

Resistance

Crew Neck Sugg Retail $22.50

Good Things

Color

Bobs#

Bobs#

Heather Grey #4169821

#4169836 #4169838 #4169837

BLACK BLACK

LEMONADE

White

Bobs#

#4169822

HEATHER GRAPHITE

LEMONADE

Crew Neck Sugg Retail $22.50 Black Lemonade White

Color

WHITE

Opulence Color

Crew Neck Sugg Retail $22.50

Swept

Crop Pullover Sugg Retail $24.50

Bobs#

#4169823 #4169825 #4169824

Color

Bobs#

Black #4169811 Heather Graphite #4169812 Lemonade #4169813

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BLACK

WHITE

ORANGE CRUSH

21

BLACK WHITE

Tricks

Sugg Retail $22.50 Bobs#

Color

#4169830 Black Orange Crush #4169832 White #4169831

Competitive Crop Pullover Sugg Retail $29.50

BLACK

Color Bobs#

Black White

#4169809 #4169810

Attempt

Crop Pullover Sugg Retail $32.50

HOT PINK

WHITE

Color Black

Bobs#

#4169808

Versatile

22.99

BLACK

Sugg Retail $24

$

Color Hot Pink White

Icon

Sugg Retail $22

Call!!

Bobs#

#4174063 #4174062

FRONT VIEW

Color Black White

Bobs# #4175556 #4175557

BLACK

Steel

Football

Hi Lo 3/4

$

$

WHITE

25.99

31.99

Sugg Retail $28

Sugg Retail $34

White

WHITE

FRONT VIEW

WHITE

Color

WHITE

Color

Bobs#

Tank

23.99

Sugg Retail $26

Bobs#

White

#4174064

Cutie Pie

$

#4174065

Color

Womens Tanks

BLACK

GRAPE

BLACK

Black White

Bobs#

#4174060 #4174061

BLACK WHITE

Demolition

National

Sugg Retail $29.50

Sugg Retail $25.50

Color Bobs#

Black Grape

Color Bobs#

#4169840 #4169841

Black

FUCHSIA

#4169846

Crash

Sugg Retail $25.50 Color Bobs#

Black White

#4169844 #4169845

FUCHSIA

LEMONADE

WHITE

After School

Savvy

Sugg Retail $36.50

Sugg Retail $29.50

Color Bobs#

Lemonade #4169850 Fuchsia #4169849

Color Bobs#

Black Fuchsia

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#4169847 #4169848

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FUCHSIA

Foolery

Sugg Retail $22.50 Color Bobs#

Fuchsia White

#4169843 #4169842

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WHITE

BLUE

Yield

Logo Bite

Sugg Retail $26

$

18.99

Sugg Retail $19.50

Call!!

Sugg Retail $26

Call!! Blue

Exhaust Tank

Tank

Color

CORAL

Color

Color Bobs#

Bobs#

White

Bobs#

#4175568

BLACK

BLUE

CABANA PINK

#4169725

Coral

#4175570

DAISY YELLOW

Ropes to Go Tank

Camino

Call!!

Call!! Blue

$

Sugg Retail $30

Sugg Retail $30

Color

21.99

Sugg Retail $22.50

Kelsey

Color

Bobs#

Black

Color

Bobs# #4175569

#4175567

Womens/Jrs Long Sleeves

GRAPHITE

WHITE

BLACK

BLACK

Opulence

Black Graphite White

FUCHSIA

Command

Long Sleeve Sugg Retail $29.50 Color

Bobs#

Cabana Pink #4169723 Daisy Yellow #4169724

2 Fer Sugg Retail $39.50

Bobs#

Color

#4185583 #4185585 #4185584

Black Fuchsia

GRAPHITE

WHITE

Bobs#

#4185598 #4185599

FUCHSIA FUCHSIA

Savvy

Long Sleeve Sugg Retail $34.50 Color Fuchsia Graphite White

Dabbler

Long Sleeve Sugg Retail $32.50

Bobs# #4185589 #4185588 #4185587

Color Fuchsia

FUCHSIA

BLACK

Bobs# #4185586

LEMONADE

BLACK

Silencer

2 Fer Sugg Retail $34.50 Color

Black Fuchsia Lemonade

Bobs#

#4185593 #4185594 #4185595

GRAPHITE

FUCHSIA

ORANGE CRUSH

WHITE

Original

2 Fer Sugg Retail $36.50

Player

2 Fer Sugg Retail $34.50 Color

Color Black White

Bobs#

Bobs#

#4185596 #4185597

Grape #4185592 Graphite #4185590 Orange Crush #4185591

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Womens/Jrs Fleece

FUCHSIA

WHITE

23

FUCHSIA

BLACK

Savvy

Grueling

Pullover Sugg Retail $49.50 Color Black Fuchsia White

Bobs#

Color

#5212184 #5212186 #5212185

Fuchsia Lemonade

LEMONADE

Bobs#

#5212175 #5212176

WHITE

BLACK

WHITE

Opulence

Encountered

Color

Color

Pullover Sugg Retail $49.50 Black Lemonade White

LEMONADE

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $79.50

FUCHSIA

Pullover Sugg Retail $44.50

Bobs# #5212179 #5212181 #5212180

Fuchsia White

Bobs#

#5212172 #5212171

BLACK

FUCHSIA

Horseplay CHARCOAL HEATHER

Consistent

Pullover Sugg Retail $42.50

FUCHSIA

EMERALD

Color

Color Black Fuchsia

Pullover Sugg Retail $64.50

Bobs#

#5212177 #5212178

Bobs#

ORANGE CRUSH

Fuchsia #5212192 Emerald #5212193 Charcoal Heather #5212191

BLACK

Tricks

Pullover Sugg Retail $39.50

HEATHER GRAPHITE

BLACK

Color

Silencer

Pullover Sugg Retail $42.50 Color

Bobs#

Black #5212182 Orange Crush #5212183

LEMONADE

Bobs#

Black #5212194 Heather Graphite #5212195 Lemonade #5212196

CHARCOAL HEATHER FUCHSIA

Overcast FUCHSIA

HEATHER GRAPHITE

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $54.50 Color

Bobs#

Fuchsia #5212198 Charcoal Heather #5212197

CHARCOAL HEATHER

LEMONADE

CHARCOAL HEATHER

Shine On

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $49.50 Color

Bobs#

Fuchsia #5212188 Charcoal Heather #5212187

Wheelie

Zip Hoodie Sugg Retail $59.50 Color

Bobs#

Heather Graphite #5212200 Lemonade #5212201

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Enthusiast Pullover Sugg Retail $59.50 Color

Bobs#

Charcoal Heather #5212189

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FUCHSIA

Good Things

Pullover Sugg Retail $59.50

Sherpa Sugg Retail $69.50

Color

Bobs#

Color

Black

Fuchsia #5212205 Charcoal Heather #5212204

Bobs#

#5212173

MORNING FOG

CORAL

$

Color Bobs#

Pullover

42.99

Zip Hoodie

46.99

Pink

Sugg Retail $44.50

Sugg Retail $49.50

Color

Bobs#

Coral Daisy Yellow

Morning Fog #5212145

W o m e n s

Bobs# #5212146 #5212147

BLACK

BLACK

Saucy

54.

Sugg Retail $58.00

Zip Hoodie

Born to Moto

Bobs #5213009

Sugg Retail $42.00

Zip Hoodie

39.99

Sugg Retail $42.00

Bobs #5213008

99

$ BACK VIEW

F l e e c e

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In Step

Zip Hoodie

#5177509

Fleece SALE!

$

$

$

50.00

County

DAISY YELLOW

Hi Desert

Harmony

Color

PINK

BLACK

Exhaust

BLACK

39.99

Bobs #5213010

$ BACK VIEW

BLACK BLACK

Floristic

Tag

Pullover

Pullover

37.99

37.99

Sugg Retail $40.00

Sugg Retail $40.00

$

$

FRONT VIEW

Boots

Bobs #5213012

Bobs #5213011

BLACK/ PINK BLACK

Womens/Jrs Sweaters

Chalet Suede

BLACK

BLACK

94.99

Sugg Retail $110.00

Lodge

BLACK

79.99

Sugg Retail $90.00 Bobs #5142534

$

Chalet 2.0 SE Absent

Wild Weekend

Desert Rider

Bobs #4185579

Bobs #4185582

Sugg Retail $49.50

Sugg Retail $69.50 BLACK

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Sweater Sugg Retail $49.50 Color Black Graphite

Bobs#

#4185580 #4185581

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Bobs #5142537

$

BLACK/ PINK

BLACK/ PINK

84.99

Sugg Retail $95.00

$

Color

Black/Pink Black/Multi

Bobs#

#5142535 #5142536

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Jackets

BLACK

Ambition

Black

Speedy

Platinum

Bobs#

Color

Color

Bobs#

Bobs# #5212206

ORANGE CRUSH

BLACK

Network

Black

#5212199

Black

#5212174

Pants & Denim

2-Fer Sugg Retail $49.50 Color

BLACK

Pullover Sugg Retail $89.50

Track Sugg Retail $59.50

Track Sugg Retail $59.50 Color

25

BLACK

Bobs#

MILITARY

Black #5212202 Orange Crush #5212203

BLACK VINTAGE

BLACK

Ellis Compressor Sugg Retail $79.50 Color

Color

#5212207

Belts

Color

Sugg Retail $99.50

Bobs#

Black

2-Fer Sugg Retail $99.50

Harlem

Carbon Military

Bobs#

Bobs# #5212209 #5212210

Black Vintage #5212208

MAD TRIP FUCHSIA

MAD TRIP DARK SHADOW

Fox Belts

Scan Me..... Or Go Online! CORAL

Sugg Retail $28.50 Color

Bobs#

Lieutenant

Mad Trip Fuchsia #5234812 Mad Trip D. Shadow #5234813 Amateur Days Black #5234818 Amateur Days Shadow #5234815

Sugg Retail $44

AMATEUR DAYS DARK SHADOW

Shoes & Sandals

Court-G

WHITE/PINK/ MULTI

59.99

Sugg Retail $65.00 Bobs #5142532

Held Up

WHITE/ BLACK/ PINK

Sugg Retail $16.50

$

Color

Black Strawberry

Aubrey

BLACK/PINK/ WHITE

53.99

Sugg Retail $60.00 Bobs #5142533

$

Bobs#

#5154511 #5154512

STRAWBERRY

Prime Lap Color

Black Strawberry

12.99

Bobs #5160512

$

Bobs#

#5154513 #5154514

Sugg Retail $19.50 Color

Bobs#

#5154516 #5154515

WHITE

KIWI

STRAWBERRY

35.99

Bob’s#5312215

$

WHITE

Tote

Sugg Retail $39.50

Mimosa 3

Color

Bobs #5160513

Sugg Retail $19.00

Bobs#

13.99

$

#5154520 #5154519

WHITE

‡)5((*URXQG6KLSSLQJ

Sugg Retail $40

West Coast2

Sugg Retail $39.50 Fuchsia White

MULTI

WHITE/BLACK/ PINSTRIPE

Explosion Wedge

Speed

$

Tote/Cooler Sugg Retail $15.00

Sugg Retail $16.50

42.99

Bob’s#5312212

Chill Out

BLACK

Tahiti 3

BLACK

Kiwi White

AMATEUR DAYS BLACK

FUCHSIA

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

38.99

Bob’s#5312211

$

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Headware

BLACK

WHITE

LEMONADE

PINK

WHITE

BLACK

Absent

FROST

Ride Forever

Trucker Sugg Retail $21.50

Sugg Retail $24.50 Black #4970816 Lemonade #4970818 Pink #4970817

#4970810 #4970811

Endless

Cabbie Sugg Retail $32.50

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

#4970815

Pink

Fuchsia White

#4970830 #4970829 #4970831

Black Chrome

AQUA

#4970819 #4970820

#4970832 #4970833 #4970834

Color Bobs# Black Chrome

#4970823 #4970824

Spill PINK

TEAL BLACK

Wild Thing

24. Socks

Cutie Pie

Fever

Sugg Retail $22

Sugg Retail $22

$

#4970826

BLACK

GREY

BLACK

Love Rules Sugg Retail $26

24.99

Bob’s#4970735

$

Game On

Knee High Sugg Retail $12.50

3-Pk

Frost White Pink

Sugg Retail $16.50

22.99

$

#5084057 #5084055 #5084056

PINK

FROST

Bobs#

29.99

Black #5084058 Heather Graphite #5084059

Sugg Retail $16.50

Sugg Retail $24

22.

Color

Bob’s#5084025

99

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MULTI

Lanyards

MULTI

3-Pk

$

WHITE

14.99

$

Color Me

#4970733 #4970734

Hot Fudge Sundae $

Bob’s#5084044

Color

Color Bobs#

Bob’s#5084045

Sugg Retail $32

Knee High Sugg Retail $12.50

ORANGE

Sugg Retail $16

7-Pk

Absent

$

3-Pk Girls

Mix It Up

HEATHER GRAPHITE

18.99

Sugg Retail $19.50

MULTI

Orange White

WHITE

BLACK

Visor

Sugg Retail $24

Bob’s#5084024

WHITE

Surf Break 2

3-Pk

Color Bobs#

Bob’s#5084054

Color Bobs#

20.99

$

99

Gasline

Lonesome Road Knee High Sugg Retail $12.50

Black

Bob’s#4977570

Bob’s#4977568

99

Color Bobs#

Military

20.

Bob’s#4977569

Beret Sugg Retail $26.50

BLACK

Beanie

Sugg Retail $26

WHITE

BLACK

CHROME

Color Bobs#

#5084060 #5084061

BLACK

Military Sugg Retail $24.50

BLACK

ORANGE

Beret Beanie Sugg Retail $26.50

Black White

CHROME

Connection

Throwback

BLACK

WHITE

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Savvy

#4970825

Baseball Sugg Retail $24.50

Visor Beanie Sugg Retail $22.50

$

Black

FUCHSIA

#4970822 #4970821

Tilted

#4970812 #4970813

Hooky

Black Teal Pink

#4970814

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Aqua Black Orange

Trucker Sugg Retail $22.50

Baseball Sugg Retail $24.50

BLACK

Trucker Sugg Retail $19.50 Black Pink

Hooky

Trucker Sugg Retail $19.50

Command

PINK

Attitude

Outdoors

White

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs# White Frost

PINK

MULTI on orders over $99 - See Page 27

Bobs#

Encountered Black #5312293 Encounterd Pink #5312294 Wild Weekend Black #5312295

ENCOUNTERED BLACK

PINK

WILD WEEKEND BLACK

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CHROME

BLACK/ WHITE

BLACK

27

BLACK

IRON

Snap Back Crossbody Sugg Retail $49.50

IRON

Bobs#

Color

Chrome Iron

#5312286 #5312287

No Hand

Road Trip

Glimmer

Hit The Books

Bob’s#5312283

Bob’s#5312272

Bob’s#5312279

Bob’s#5312292

Hobo BLACK

Sugg Retail $46.50

Sugg Retail $69.50

Sugg Retail $46.50

Sugg Retail $54.50 BLACK

Satchel

Hobo

Tote

BLACK

BLACK

BLACK

BLACK/ GUNMETAL

Revival Bucket

Born Free

Sugg Retail $56.50

Bob’s#5312278

Wallets

Cinch

Duffle

Duffle

Bob’s#5312280

No Hand

No Hand

Bob’s#5312275

Bob’s#5312282

Sugg Retail $19.50

Sugg Retail $49.50

Sugg Retail $49.50

Bi-Fold Sugg Retail $29.50 Color

Chrome Grape

Bob’s#5312285

CHROME

Chart Topper

Sugg Retail $34.50

Sugg Retail $28.50

24.99

Bob’s#5314588

BLACK

299.

$ C

Lanyards

8.

Sugg Retail $9.00

$

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Color

Bobs#

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SHADOW

99

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$

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A

$

Fax: (651) 482-0974 (24 Hours)

Sugg Retail $26

Tri-Fold

Bob’s#5312290

Bob’s#5314587

99

Catwalk

BLACK

Bob’s#5312297

38.99

36.

$

Free Shipping! On Orders Over

GRAPE

Gasline

Sugg Retail $40

Tote

Bob’s#5314586

Internet Online Ordering: www.bobscycle.com

Bobs#

#5312288 #5312289

Sugg Retail $34.50

Sugg Retail $38

Phone: 1-888-912-2627 (See Chart for Times)

Chart Topper

Wristlet

Lovely

Duffle

How to Order:

GRAPE

BLACK

Hit The Books

First Date

SUNSET

Bob’s T’S

10.99

Sugg Retail $19

$

Color Shadow Sunset

Bobs# #4115224 #4115225

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SILVER

DAYGLO PINK

BLACK/ WHITE

BLACK

FROST

Roadtrip

Sugg Retail $39.50 to $44.50 Color

Black Black/White DayGlo Pink Frost Silver

Bobs#

Wild Weekend

#5312264 #5312262 #5312265 #5312266 #5312263

Fanny Pack Bob’s#5312274

Sugg Retail $29.50 DAYGLO PINK

TEAL

BLACK/ WHITE

FROST

CACTUS

Dirt Vixen Sugg Retail $54.50 Color

Black/White Cactus DayGlo Pink Frost Teal

Bobs#

#5312267 #5312270 #5312269 #5312271 #5312268

BLACK

BLACK/ WHITE

BLACK

Ride Forever

No Hand

Sugg Retail $54.50

Lady Like

Color

Color

$

Sugg Retail $69.50 Black

Bobs# #5312273

Black

RED

39.99

Sugg Retail $42

Bobs# #5312276

Color

Bobs#

Black/White #5033507 Red #5033508

BLACK/ YELLOW

GREY

BLACK

Line Up

Lock Up

Sherlock

Rikers

$

$

$

$

38.99

41.99

Bobs#5033509 Sugg Retail $40

Closeout Backpacks

41.99

47.99

Bobs#5033510 Sugg Retail $44

Bobs#5033506 Sugg Retail $44

Bobs#5033511 Sugg Retail $50

BLACK

BLACK

Rockstar

Backpack

44.

Bobs#1197015 Sugg Retail $49.95

$

35.

Alias

Bobs#1197005 Sugg Retail $39.95

99

$

BLACK

Sugg Retail $49.95

99

Color Black

Scan Me!

54.

Squadron 2

Sugg Retail $59.95

Color Black

Bobs#

#5031000

BLACK

BLACK

Neatfreek

99

#5039501

WHITE/ BLACK BLACK

$

Bobs#

Sugg Retail $145.95

Mach 5 Bobs#5034538

Sugg Retail $169.95

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Mach 1 Bobs#5034539

Sugg Retail $99.95 on orders over $99 - See Page 27

Black White/Black

Bobs#

#5034530 #5034531

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BLACK/ GREY

BLACK

BLACK/ WHITE

29

BLACK/ RED

BLUE

Kicker 2

Sugg Retail $46.50 to $44.50 Color Bobs# Black Black/Grey Black/White Blue Black/Red

#5031579 #5031580 #5031581 #5031582 #5031583

ORANGE

Precision

Sugg Retail $59.50 Color

Black Black/Grey Light Grey

Bobs#

Black Orange

#5031593 #5031594

BLACK/ CHARCOAL

Bobs# #5031584 #5031586 #5031585

BLACK/ COMBO

BLUE

FLAME RED

Step Up 2 Sugg Retail $64.50 Color

Sugg Retail $45.00 Color

Backpacks Online!

Bobs#

Blue #5031577 Black Combo #5031578

BLUE

MULTI

BLACK

BLACK

Derby

Call!

23.99

Sugg Retail $26

$

Color Bobs# #5035002 #5035003 #5035004

Color Black Neon

BLACK

BLACK/ BLUE

Bobs#

#5031001 #5031002

ATHLETIC RED

WHITE PRINT

Simpski

BLACK

Seven Point5 Sugg Retail $45.00

Cinch Bag Sugg Retail $12.00 Black White Deep Red Black/Blue White/Print

NEON

Jump

Sugg Retail $48

Color

More

Equilibrium

Bobs#

Black/Charcoal #5031592 Flame Red #5031591

Black Blue Multi

LIGHT GREY

Lets Ride

Sugg Retail $69.50 to $74.50 Color

BLACK/ GREY

BLACK

BLACK

DEEP RED

WHITE

Bobs#

#5030021 #5030026 #5030028 #5030029 #5030030

Color

Athletic Red Black

Bobs#

#5030031 #5030032

BLACK/ ORANGE

RED

BLACK/ ORANGE BLACK

Bandit

Sugg Retail $99.95 Color

Black White/Black

WHITE/ BLACK

BLUE

Torque

Sugg Retail $59.95

Bobs#

#5034532 #5034533

Color

Blue Black/Orange

Bobs#

#5034535 #5034534

Clutch

Spark

Sugg Retail $54.95

Sugg Retail $39.95

Bobs#5034536

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Bobs#5034537

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Womens Casuals BLACK

BLACK

BLACK

Honda T-shirt

Honda T-shirt

Sugg Retail $24.50

Sugg Retail $24.50 Color Black

Bobs#

#4126008

Honda OS Hate

Honda Zip Hoodie

Sugg Retail $59.95 Color Black

Color

BLACK

#4984000

Black

Color

#4126011

Black

Bobs#

Fireworked

Color

Color

Bobs#

BLACK

#4099082 #4099083

CHARCOAL

WHITE

WHITE

Sportin Wood

Zombie Bomb

Color

Color

Sugg Retail $23.95

Sugg Retail $23.95 Bobs#

Bobs#

Charcoal White

#4099087 #4099086

#4099084 #4099085

BLACK BLACK

Youth T Sugg Retail $19.95 Color

Bobs#

Red

#4153501 #4153502

Bobs#5203500

BLACK VIEW

Sugg Retail $39.95

BLACK

Kids T Sugg Retail $17.95 Color

Bobs#5203501

Black Red

Sugg Retail $39.95 Toddler #5203502 Sugg Retail $39.95

BLACK

BLACK VIEW

RED

Bobs#

Bobs#4153503

Sugg Retail $19.95 Toddler #4153506 Sugg Retail $17.95

Sugg Retail $18.95

22 Toddler T Sugg Retail $17.95

Bobs#4992583

Color BLACK

BLACK VIEW

PJ’s- Onesie

#4153504 #4153505

Black White

Snap Back

Bobs#

#4153500

22Team Kids

Color

Two Two

RED

22 Team

Youth T Sugg Retail $17.95 Black Red

Zip Hoodie

RED

Two Two Color

Two Two - Youth

Sugg Retail $19.95 Toddler Sizes Also Available..

BLACK

Bobs#

Black Grey

#4099080 #4099081

Zip Hoodie

BLACK

#4984001

Sugg Retail $23.95

Sugg Retail $23.95

Two Two - Kids

Black

GREY

Rising Fun

Black White

BLACK

Bobs#

Color

#4126010

BLACK

WHITE

Black White

#4126009

Sugg Retail $26.00

Sugg Retail $54.50

Bobs#

Bobs#

Black

Honda Beanie

Honda Pullover

Sugg Retail $59.95

Bobs#

Color

Bobs#

#4153511 #4153510

WHITE

BLACK

Bobs#

Black #4153507 Black/Pink #4153509 Red #4153508

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RED

BLACK

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Ride Orange

Hint of Orange

Sugg Retail $28.95

Sugg Retail $28.95

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Black White

31

DARK GREY

WHITE

BLACK

Black #4104235 Dark Grey #4104234

#4104232 #4104233

HEATHER BLACK

Youth

BLACK

WHITE

Captains

Premium T

Womens

Hint of Orange

Bobs#4104236

Sugg Retail $34.00

Sugg Retail $24.95 Color Black

Hint of Orange

ORANGE

Bobs#

#4149239

Snap Back Bobs#4970836

Bobs#4970835

Sugg Retail $26.95

Sugg Retail $24.95

Sugg Retail $26.95

Sugg Retail $32.95

Ride Orange

Ride Orange

Eighty Fade

Flex Fit

Color Orange White

Color Bobs#

Bobs#

Black

#4149237 #4149238

#4169851

RED

Two Two

BLACK

WHITE

BLACK

Two Two

Zip Hoodie Bobs#5184533

T-shirt Sugg Retail $24.95

Sugg Retail $59.95

Color Bobs# Red White

#4119053 #4119054

BLACK VIEW WHITE

BLACK

BLACK

BLACK VIEW

Two Two

Premium T Sugg Retail $29.95

BLACK

Two Two

Color Bobs# Black White

BLACK VIEW GREY

Snap Back

#4119055 #4119056

Bobs#4980539

Sugg Retail $27.95

Clean

Womens

WHITE

BLACK

BLACK

T-shirt Sugg Retail $27.95 Color Bobs# Black Grey

#4177004 #4177005

WHITE

Vertical

Tank Sugg Retail $19.95 Color Black/Red

Bobs# #4177011

T-shirt Sugg Retail $27.95 Color

Bobs#

White/Black #4177010

T-shirt Sugg Retail $27.95

T-shirt Sugg Retail $27.95

Color Bobs#

Color Bobs#

Black/Pink #4177006 White #4177007

Black/Red #4177008 White/Blue #4177009

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WHITE

Speed

Varsity

Race

BLACK VIEW BLACK/ PINK

on orders over $99 - See Page 27

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