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+30B Start, with Matthew Wilson getting a good jump on the pack.

Mason, Illinois - April 6 By James Pinckard

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fter a week of storms and rain it looked like there might be a chance the race wouldn’t be able to be held. “We added mulch and sand to the track and it will be great” is what was posted on the website for Crossroads, and when the riders showed up for that’s just what they found. The track was in amazing shape, and

there were many changes. “We are making changes and making it better for the riders.” Most everyone loved the new track layout and from the looks of it they will be able to use different sections whenever they want, making racing at Crossroads both fun and a challenge. What was the result of the improved track? One was great dirt with berms and ruts. Rough and real motocross! The next was 236 entries, and I’m sure when the

word gets out that number is going to grow even more. Great job to the Jacksons, this was also the first time many of the riders had a chance to race this season because of the weather. It is always great coming back for a new season,

you get to see friends you haven’t seen all winter. You get to see what people did to their bikes, or check out their new ones and new gear etc. It’s just great to be back! The 250C class was the biggest of the day. Not really is a surprise because that class always has a good rider count and great racing, but still great to see newer riders still coming out. With only two less riders than 250C, the +30B/C class was huge!! Is everyone just getting older and still racing? Are people coming back to racing after time away from the track? Are there new riders finding motocross late in life and now able to attend races and have fun? Let’s hope all is true! Whatever the reason it’s a great class to ride and fun. In the first moto Honda rider Matt Wilson got to the first turn first with Honda rider Terry Boxx from

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Tennessee and Honda rider Kyle Miller on his heels. Wilson not having the best moto finished 11th. Miller on the other hand was on the gas and took the moto win. The impressive ride of the moto was Kawasaki rider Phillip Kaduk, who worked his way to second. Third for the moto was another green bike rider, Bret Milan. In the second moto Wilson was out to prove the first moto start wasn’t a fluke. Wilson charged the whole moto and wasn’t about to give up the moto win. Pared with 11th the first moto Wilson finished fifth overall. Second for the moto, Miller had the score

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he wanted giving him the overall. Third for the moto was second overall finisher Boxx. Third overall went to Milan who again had a great ride taking fourth. The Super Mini class was follow the yellow bike day. J M Suspension/ Club 51 Suzuki rider Dawson Ryker was on the pipe! It was a very impressive ride. Second both motos and overall was Brody Beck. The fight for third overall was a good one between Kawasaki rider Troy Noland and Honda rider Conner Snowden. In the first moto Snowden took third leaving Noland fourth. In the second moto Noland took the third spot with Snowden fourth creating a tie. The second moto is the tie breaker handing third overall to Noland. Great ride guys! Another class that is growing is the Vintage class. Off of sixth overall in the 30B class, Yamaha rider Brad Adams was out to take the Vintage win in the first moto, only problem was Honda rider Nathan Reed had another idea taking the win. Third in the moto went to Yamaha rider Dan Hall. In the second moto Adams had his Yamaha out front to take the moto and overall. Second went to Reed. Third for the

SuperMini winner Dawson Ryker

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moto and overall went to Kawasaki rider Michael Kistler on his big KX500. Hall finished fourth in the moto and overall. One rider who could have ran the Vintage class was Chanc Persons. He had his ‘95 Honda CR250 out racing the +30A and +40A. His bike looked like new, it just shows you how good your bikes can look when you take care of them. In the +30A class Persons finished fifth overall with a 4-5. The overall for the class went to Kirk Monk, winning both motos. In +40 Person sfinished fourth both motos and overall. It just shows there is a place for any bike you have or want. Just pack it up and come sign up, race and have some fun! Results: 50cc (4-8): 1.Collin Lomax 2.Daniel Starnes 3.Devin Starnes 50Jr: 1.Devin Starnes 2.Jeremy Frailey 50Sr: 1.Jake Colbert 2.Zayden Mason 3.Collin Lomax 4.Caleb House 5.Daniel Starnes 65Jr: 1.Edgar Lewis 2.Preston Leaf 3.Blake Satter 4.Jake Colbert 5.Luke Jones 65Sr: 1.Beau Noland 2.Marshall Blythe 3.Caden Cox 85Jr: 1.Marshall Blythe 2.Joshua Moore 3.Beau Noland 4.William Singleton 5.Gavin Schuessler 85Sr: 1.Troy Noland 2.Isaac Ellsworth 3.Jacob Mcgee 4.Carter Creedon 5.Jacob Bell Super Mini: 1.Dawson Ryker 2.Brody Beck 3.Troy Noland 4.Conner Snowden 5.Jacob Bell

Schlby: 1.Jayce Pennington 2.Dawson Chestnut 3.Jason Gepford 4.Dawson Ryker 5.Brody Beck Schlby 2: 1.Ryan Crites 2.Dakota Welty 3.Trevor Frewtzel 125cc: 1.Jakob Payne 2.Landen Noggle 3.Jason Gepford 4.Destin Mcdonald 5.Isaac Ellsworth Open A: 1.Derrick Boyd 2.Joey Crain 3.James Hays 4.Corey White 5.Kris Cavaness Open B: 1.Jayce Pennington 2.Bret Crites 3.Preston Pennington 4.Nick Hancher 5.Scott Mathews Open C: 1.Terry Boxx 2.Kyle Miller 3.Taylor Johnson 4.Cody Mcdaniel 5.Travis Bennett 250A: 1.Derrick Boyd 2.Shane Bullard 3.Corey White 250B: 1.Jayce Pennington 2.Preston Pennington 3.Race Baker 4.Ryan Crites 5.Hank Becker 250C: 1.Jakob Payne 2.Dakota Welty 3.Dalton Hancher 4.Landen Noggle 5.Andrew Hughes 14-24: 1.Bret Crites 2.Race Baker 3.Scott Mathews 4.Taylor Johnson 5.Caleb Wadley +25: 1.Josh Hicks 2.Kris Cavaness 3.James Hays 4.Adam Young 5.Kelby Simmons +30A: 1.Kirt Monk 2.Adam Young 3.Jason Kraus 4.Jody Howell 5.Chanc Persons +30B/C: 1.Kyle Miller 2.Terry Boxx 3.Bret Milan 4.Phillip Kaduk 5.Matthew Wilson +40: 1.Tim Hawthorne 2.Gary Adams 3.Jason Kraus 4.Chanc Persons 5.Keith Allen +45: 1.Gary Adams 2.Rick Duffy +50: 1.Gary Adams 2.Keith Huckstep +55: 1.Charles Nice 2.Keith Huckstep 3.Rodney Wiley 4.Michael Jobe Women: 1.Emily Hooper Vintage: 1.Brad Adams 2.Nathan Reed 3.Michael Kistler 4.Dan Hall 5.Halley Knukal Mini 1: 1.Marshall Blythe 2.Edgar Lewis 3.Blake Satter 4.Blade Branon Open Beginner: 1.Nickolas Pingel 2.Cory Youngcourt 3.Brock Pingel 4.Blake Duffy 50cc PeeWee: 1.Clark Jones 2.Talan Smith

Chanc Persons before one of his +30/ 40A motos.


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D16 MX Kicks off at Aztalan! Lake Mills, WI - April 13 By Dave Hollub

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he District 16 motocross season opener once again fell on the Aztalan Cycle Club race day, and was almost a washout. After a week of perfect weather the skies opened up Saturday evening with a mix of hail and then over two inches of rain leaving the track swamped. Sunday morning the crew got out early making the track rideable for practice, and then went back to work scraping even more mud off the track to make it raceable. The day started in a somber mood as Aztalan paid tribute as longtime member and district-wide MX supporter Tom Dretzka was remembered. Everyone held back tears when they saw Tom’s racebike lined up all alone at the starting line for one final gate drop. Tom’s son Joseph and daughter Jillian then led a memorial parade lap in honor of our lost, but never forgotten friend. After the decision to wait for the PW motos, it was 250B getting the first gate drop of the season. Jake Seipel

Gone but never forgotten; Tom Dretzka’s bike sits on the line waiting for a final gate drop.

grabbed the holeshot just ahead of Jeremy Smith. Soon Seipel had pressure from Dustin Hafenstein and Kristopher Korn, both of whom had gotten around Smith. Hafenstein was in the lead by the time he hit the plateau on lap two. Seipel was pushing Hafenstein on lap three as they hit the jump in front of the start, and went down. Smith moved up into second. Aaron Sirko charged from fifth to finish the moto in third, just

Owen Haseleu gets a huge holeshot in 50Sr.

ahead of Korn. Hafenstein started moto two out front just as the rain began and held on for the win with Smith cruising in second and Korn slipping past Josh Dearborn midway through the moto to finish third. Steven Sorge proved to be a true mudder as he grabbed the holeshot and ran out front both motos in Senior +50. Glenn Korn held on in second all moto with Robert Edler looking for a way to catch him

from his third place spot. Mike Zimmerman ran in fourth with Tim Herrmann finishing the moto in fifth. Sorge was out front and gapping the class in moto two with Zimmerman doing everything he could to hold Korn off. Korn finally found enough room to slip into second early in lap three and finished just ahead of Zimmerman in the rain shortened moto. Jake Garwood led the 250C class around the holeshot and immediately started opening up a gap that held to the finish. James Burd was running second early in the moto, but midway through lap two dropped out leaving Keegan Cummins with the position. Lucas Zimmerman was seventh on his first time over the plateau, charging hard. By the next time over he was in third and starting to hunt down Cummins. Cummins held on until midway through the white flag lap as Zimmerman found a faster line and slipped past just before the plateau and crossed the finish with Cummins on his rear fender. Cummins powered down the muddy start straight to take the moto two holeshot with CYCLE USA, May 2014

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Garwood less than a bike back. While Cummins had the clear track out front Garwood had his hands full holding off the hard charging Zimmerman. By the start of the final lap Zimmerman had slipped past Garwood and was once again on the hunt for Cummins, this time looking for the moto win. Zimmerman caught Cummins on the west end and made the pass into the lead just before the plateau and then stayed out front to the finish. Zimmerman took the overall with a 2/1 day while Garwood (1/3) was second and Cummins (3/2) rounded out the top three. Kevin Yde was out front of Vet B/C at the holeshot, but before he hit the plateau he was running third behind his brother Brad Yde, and Tom Wolf. Brad Yde looked like he was settling into the lead until Wolf and Vet A rider Mark Marescalco slipped past in the barn section on lap two. Wolf and Marescalco had a running battle going between

them for the lead while Brad Yde started feeling Justin Fluger behind him. Fluger never got close enough to put a tire in but kept Brad running a fast pace. Glenn Korn finished the moto in fourth. After moto one, Wolf, “That moto was a good battle. We swapped positions quite a few times. I got a fourth place start but was able to get around and out front but then Mark just wouldn’t leave me alone. It was hard to see, I was out of tearoffs, and I know he was out so I was trying to keep him back by roosting him. I just had to keep my goggles on so when he passed me again I could see through his roost. He had the west end pretty good and was doing some of the jumps I couldn’t in the mud. I just didn’t want to get cross rutted or sideways off of a jump. The track wasn’t too bad considering all the rain. I didn’t go out for practice so the memorial lap for Tommy was also my siting lap. It was really emotional and special to

Hunter Schueller in Non-Current

Senior +50 winner Steven Sorge stayed out front and as clean as possible.

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the time lap two started Ian Malinowski do the memorial lap with my sons to honor was out front with Tyler Dinkle shoving a Tom and the day is a very special day for tire in as often as he could. Tyler Harper us all as well. Tom was a great guy and was in third just ahead of Cody Mather. we all miss him It is definitely not the Dinkle got by Malinowski in the west end same without him here. Thanks to Specon lap two but his hold on the lead was tro Oils, MSR, Answer, MGX Unlimited, over before lap three started. Malinowski Ponton Helmet Painting, Sportland 2, and took the moto win. In moto two Dinkle my wife and family- without them I probgot the traction through the deepening ably wouldn’t be out here.” mud and stayed out front all the way to Brad Yde was out front at the gate drop of moto two. Korn closed in on the final lap but couldn’t get past before the checkers flew. Jacob Price worked his way up to third and finished just ahead of Eric Brechlin and Gabe Kohlmeyer. A 2/1 day put Brad Yde on top of the overall with Korn (4/2) second and Price (10/3) third. Mark Bahr pulled the Non-Current holeshot but his run out front was limited to one lap. By Jake Garwood holeshots in moto one of 250C.

take both the moto and overall wins. Josh Dearborn ran second for the first lap but dropped out before lap two was scored, leaving Harper an easy cruise to second (2/2 for second overall) and Matthew Kohlmeyer finished third to take third overall with his 5/3 day. Seth Doeberlein got the holeshot for Supermini and then battled with Colton Parson for the lead. After a couple lead swaps the first two laps Parson got the edge and stayed out front to the checkers. Dalton Pergrande was running third, but after taking a couple soil samples ended up finishing fourth just behind Tyler Gamble. Doeberlein got the moto two holeshot but Parson was out front before they hit the plateau. Pergrande had a much smoother moto as he cruised in third edging out Gamble for the final step on the podium. Justin Wolf was out front both Sportsman B/C motos to take the

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overall. Derek Muehlbauer edged out Kyle Whysol for second in moto two and then went on to place second again in moto two to grab second overall just head of Whysol’s 3/3 day. Mud was a great equalizer as Michael Kingstad turned a 9/4 day into fourth overall and Kory Sorge plowed through the slop to finish the day fifth overall (13/5). When Women’s took their gate drop, Sierra Heindl rocketed down the straight to turn the corner three bike lengths ahead of everyone. Unfortunately Heindl then got caught up in deep mud right around the corner and ended up at the back of the field by the time she was up and running again. Kendra Tutt inherited the lead but Monica Jazwiecki passed her in the west end. Tutt kept charging and before they hit the plateau on lap two she was ahead of Jazwiecki. Tutt went on to finish out front with Sierra Dortch charging back from a sixth place start to fin-

Nathan Postma powers through the mud on his 50cc KTM.

ish second just ahead of Jazwiecki. For moto two the Women decided to do a one lap dash because of the deep mud and Heindl grabbed the holeshot, this time staying up all the way to the checkers. Tutt rounded the corner right between Heindl and Dortch but before they hit the finish Dortch slipped by to finish second. Dortch took the overall with a 2/2 while Tutt (1/3) was second and Heindl (6/1) was third ahead of Dana Hanna (5/4). After waiting all morning for the track to dry, 50Sr finally got their chance and when the gate dropped Owen Haseleu blasted out front and hung on to the lead all the way to the finish. Ayden Price settled into second and after a brief battle the first lap with Nathaniel Froemming, he started running away from the pack. Froemming soon had his hands full as Noah Bindas closed in and began sticking a wheel in. Bindas made the

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pass just before the finish to claim third. Benjamin Blazek took the moto two holeshot but before lap one was in the books Price was out front. Blazek now had to defend against both Froemming and Bindas to hold on to second. When the checkers flew Blazek was still in second with the hard charging pair still behind him. Price turned his 2/1 day into the overall win while 4/3 earned Froemming second and Bindas (3/4) filled the final podium spot. Despite the mud and later rain, all 240 entries that came out put on a great show of real racing, reminiscent of the

good old days of Wisconsin motocross. Mud caked bikes and soaking wet gear can be washed, but the memories are going to stay strong. Remember Aztalan Cycle Club races the second Sunday of each month and we hope to see you all come out and enjoy the day with us. Results: 250A: 1.Nicholas Pellmann 2.Dillon Kau 250B: 1.Dustin Hafenstein 2.Jeremy Smith 3.Kristopher Korn 4.Aaron Sirko 5.Josh Dearborn 250C: 1.Lucas Zimmerman 2.Jake Garwood 3.Keegan Cummins 4.Alec Miron 5.Tyler Dinkle Sports B/C: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Derek Muehlbauer 3.Kyle Whysol 4.Michael Kingstad 5.Kory Sorge Open A: 1.Joseph Dretzka 2.Jonathan Hartman

Open B: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Justin Hall 3.Bryce Telfer 4.Jeremy Smith 5.Kristopher Korn Open C: 1.Keegan Cummins 2.Scotty Witthun 3.Kyle Whysol 4.Dylan Apuli 5.Michael Kingstad Women: 1.Sierra Dortch 2.Kendra Tutt 3.Sierra Heindl 4.Dana Hanna 5.Monica Jazwiecki Unlimited A: 1.Joseph Dretzka 2.Jonathan Hartman 3.Brandon Marescalco +25A: 1.Jonathan Hartman 2.Mark Marescalco 3.Nicholas Pellmann 4.Keith Degrand +25B/C: 1.Eli Siordia 2.Matthew Kohlmeyer 3.Elijah Gorecki 4.Glenn korn 5.Justin Hall +30B/C: 1.Brad Yde 2.Glenn korn 3.Jacob Price 4.Eric Brechlin 5.Thomas Wolf +30A: Mark Marescalco +40: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Glenn Korn 3.Eric Brechlin 4.Robert Edler 5.Jason Heindl +45: 1.Glenn Korn 2.Tom Ferguson 3.Kevin Yde 4.Gregg White +50: 1.Steven Sorge 2.Glenn Korn

Dustin Hafenstein won the 250B class.

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3.Michael Zimmerman 4.Robert Edler 5.Timothy Herrmann 50Jr: 1.Owen Blakey 2.Riley Busse 3.Lane Rhyme 4.Jayden Adams 5.Taylor Ebben 50Sr: 1.Ayden Price 2.Nathaniel Froemming 3.Noah Bindas 4.Benjamin Blazek 5.Nolan Schweighardt 65cc: 1.Aiden McCormick 2.Elijah Tetzlaff 3.Cole Godfrey 4.Eugene Wolff 5.Owen Haseleu 85cc 9-11: 1.Rory Schultz 2.James Schmeling 3.Joseph Vitullo 85cc 9-13: 1.Devin Blume 2.Dawson Hanson 3.Gavin Burch 4.Dana Hanna 5.Vince Hughes 85cc 12-15: 1.Colton Parson 2.Dalton Pergande 3.Tyler Gamble 4.Devin Blume 5.Dawson Hanson 125Jr: 1.Seth Doeberlein 2.Brennan Durst 3.Dustin Erickson 4.Deven Fell 5.Nate Telfer Non Curr: 1.Tyler Dinkle 2.Tyler Harper 3.Matthew Kohlmeyer 4.Josh Dearborn 5.Ian Malinowski Supermini 12-16: 1.Colton Parson 2.Seth Doeberlein 3.Dalton Pergande 4.Tyler Gamble 5.Deven Fell


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Women’s class winner Sierra Dortch at the Aztalan Cycle Club District 16 opener.


Fast Racing at LTM’s Pro-AM

Start 250 ProAm

Casey, Illinois - April 20 By James Pinckard

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erfect weather welcomed riders to the JM Racing Suspension Pro-Am. Lincoln Trail Motorsports did a great job on the Bomber track, it was fast, rough and well kept all day. The LTM crew watered and worked the track throughout the day making for great racing. JM Racing wasn’t just the sponsor of the event, but Matt Borgic was on hand

Cody Williams won the 250 class, and one of the motos in Open before a mechanical dnf ended his run at a perfect sweep.

with the support truck checking riders’ sag as well as setting up and watching his riders on the track. Pro-Am races are great to attend and watch, if you have not been to one you need to go at least watch. These are the next racers that will be racing the AMA Pro Nationals. Thirty-six riders lined up for the first Open A moto. When the riders thundered off the line it was Ohio Honda rider Jacob Berger with the lead going up the Gator back with Illinois’ Michael Norris by his side on his KTM. Coming quick to the front was a pair of Yamahas. Illinois Yamaha rider Ty Tyrrell made his

way to the lead with Wisconsin’s Cody Williams working into second. Williams caught Tyrrell and paced him until he found the spot he was looking for, making the pass for the lead. Williams took the moto win with Tyrrell second and Norris third. After the moto I caught up to Williams while he was washing his gear. I asked his dad why he washes his boots after every ride and he said “When he was younger he would have new gear but his boots always looked bad so I told him he needed to clean them. Now he cleans them after each ride.” Cody, “I didn’t get the best start because I got like 31st gate pick, but

Derek Leist putting in some fast laps in the Open class.


I like the track and it was great to take the moto win. This is my first Pro-Am and didn’t know how my speed would match the others.” In the second moto Williams had a much better gate pick after his moto win, but when the gate dropped it didn’t seem to matter because he was again working his way up. Out front was Illinois Travco Honda/ JM Suspension rider Derek Leist. A long time LTM rider, Leist now from Nashville, Tennessee took off with the pack hot on his tail. Berger, Tyrrell, Michigan rider Jarred Williams and Cody Williams worked their way past Leist. Out front it looked like the moto would be like the last with Cody Williams on the gas and looking like he was on a clear pace to take the moto win when his Yamaha 450 let go and rolled to a stop. Tyrrell back out front soon had Jarred Williams on his heals again. Williams who made the pass and took the moto win giving him second overall. Tyrrell again finished second, but first overall. Berger took third and third overall. Leist finished fourth in the moto after a great ride. In the 250 Pro-Am thirtyeight riders hit the gate in search of those hard to get Pro-Am points. In the first moto it was local Honda rider Blake Copeland who got to the first turn ahead, but pushed

wide pushing Tyrrell and his Yamaha two-stroke out also. Brady Neys took the lead and put in a good ride to eventually finish tenth. Tyrrell had the two-stroke screaming and made his way to the front. Cody Williams was on the hunt again, making passes from seventh to catch Tyrrell and make the pass to take the moto win. Tyrrell finished second with Michigan’s KTM rider Lucas Lowe third. The second 250 moto had the best finish of the day! Off the start both Tyrrell and Williams worked to the front with Tyrrell in the lead. When Williams caught him it was clear Tyrrell wasn’t going to give up easy. Going across the finish line, headed to the camel back jump Tyrrell scrubbed the giant single jump and charged to the first turn. Williams launched the jump and landed right beside him! With Tyrrell on the inside he had position and kept the lead out of the next corner. Both riders charged making a perfect lap and again coming to the flag they were tight. Charging down the hill to the Camel back Tyrrell let off to scrub and cleared the jump. Williams seemed to never let off and it looked like he almost jumped over his head and landed at least four bike lengths ahead of Tyrrell! Amazing ride! Williams took the moto win for the sweep

250B class winner Jayce Pennington

and overall. Tyrrell also with an amazing ride took second for the moto and overall. The rider with the best seat in the house was Lowe who took third for the moto and third overall. With the focus on the ProAm classes, one group even the Pro riders need to keep an eye on is 250B. Why should they be watching? Jayce Pennington is the reason, he had his Yamaha flying to take both moto wins and the overall. The thing is on Saturday practice and race day his lap times were right there with the ProAm riders. Second both motos and overall went to Jacob Wever with third going to Preston Pennington. It was a great race, on a really good track. With action like this already, the rest of our season should be super exciting. Results: Open A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Jarred Williams 3.Jacob Berger 4.Lucas Lowe 5.Quentin Jones Open B: 1.Jacob Wever 2.Bret Crites 3.Taylor Strauss 4.Ryan Hamilton 5.Preston Pennington Open C: 1.Damon Evans 2.Dalton Hancher 3.Cody Schmitt 4.Dylan Tyler 5.Bryant Harsy Super Mini: 1.Zack Tatar 2.Dane Folsom 3.Brody Beck 4.Chase Smothers 5.Troy Noland 50Jr: 1.Briley Viviano 2.Jeremy Frai-

ley 50Sr: 1.Zayden Mason 2.Andrew Hayhurst 3.Gavin Batson 4.Caleb House 5.Sidnee Mason +30A: 1.Kirt Monk 2.Adam Young 3.Aaron Copeland 4.Shawn Kelley +30B/C: 1.Bret Milan 2.Brad Adams 3.Chris Skelton 4.Jay Brewer 5.Mike Matthews +50: 1.Randy Hug 2.Bryon Yowell 65Jr: 1.Trevor Colip 2.Gavin Batson 3.Preston Leaf 4.Zayden Mason 5.Andrew Hayhurst 65Sr: 1.Brandon Martyniak 2.Beau Noland 3.Bryce Loughry 4.Caden Cox 250A: 1.Cody Williams 2.Ty Tyrrell 3.Lucas Lowe 4.Jarred Williams 5.Jacob Berger 250B: 1.Jayce Pennington 2.Jacob Wever 3.Preston Pennington 4.Taylor Strauss 5.Damon Tator 250C: 1.Andrew Hughes 2.Cody Schmitt 3.Tyler Thompson 4.Jacob Hall 5.Sam Sappington 85Jr: 1.Brandon Martyniak 2.Beau Noland 3.Luke Fineis 4.Jacob Hammond 5.Alyssa Cole 85Sr: 1.Zack Tatar 2.Skyler Leaf 3.Dane Folsom 4.Troy Noland 5.Chase Branon Schlby 2: 1.Jayce Pennington +25: 1.Derek Leist 2.Cory Deadmond 3.Jetti Pifer 4.Kris Cavaness 5.Aaron Carter +55: 1.David Savole 2.Gary Shewhart 3.Charles Nice 125cc: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Eric Holaday 3.Landen Noggle +40: 1.Billy Viviano Vintage: 1.Ryan Russell 2.Bryon Yowell 14-24: 1.Danon Gabbart 2.Bret Crites 3.Damon Evans 4.Ryan Hamilton 5.Jordon Mackiewicz Women: 1.Holly Hill 2.Rylee Dowers 3.Tina Carter-speece Schlby: 1.Jason Gepford 2.Dawson Chesnut 3.Chase Smothers 4.Jayce Pennington +45: 1.Paul Mumper 2.Billy Viviano CYCLE USA, May 2014

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Gavin Kadlec ushering in the 2014 outdoor season won the 14-24A class, and finished second in Open-A.

Cambridge, MN - April 13 By Keith McKenna

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lthough the calendar said that spring had arrived in Minnesota weeks ago, it certainly didn’t appear to be the case while strolling through the pits on the first weekend of the 2014 motocross racing season. With the temps hovering around 39 degrees, the weather appropriate garment of choice seemed to be the common sleeping bag, wrapped tightly around the wearer’s body in such a manner as to not let the blustery north wind further render the individual closer to becoming a human spectator-sicle. Other popular fashion items included parka’s, winter boots and chopper mittens. The racers would not be deterred though. The season’s first race was delayed a week on account of too much snow on the track on the date of the scheduled opener, and the racers

were chomping at the bit to hit the dirt. While conditions were reported to be very sloppy at the race in southern (Kellogg) MN, the track at Cambridge, with it’s bottomless base of sand, was in perfect condition

for the racers. Because of three races being held on the same day in District 23, turnout was lighter than expected, but enthusiasm ran high as the gate dropped for the first race of the day. The first class to turn a

wheel in anger was the 50 Open 4-8 year olds. Coming off of a very successful indoor season at the SandBox, #70 KTM speedster Tanner Schlegel piloted his Liquid Nitro Energy Drinks KTM SX50 to a first place finish in the sandy, throttle to the stops conditions. Brady Karolevitz and Blayz Weizel filled out the podium for a KTM sweep. But alas, the young Schlegel was not done yet. He also took top honors in the 50cc 78 Chain Pre-mix class and ran to a 5th place in 65-cc 7-9. Seems like Tanner is either sleeping or he is winning races. Not much time for anything else when you are on top of the world! A little later on in the day, another Schlegel (Ray-father to Tanner) lined his Kawasaki up in the Vet-A class next to Suzuki mounted Mark Arends. At the drop of the gate Mark Arends vaulted to the lead exiting turn one, which relegated Schlegel to runner-up position. With the deep sand taking all sorts of punishment, the ruts and bumps were becoming huge. Arends rode mistake free for the whole race, twist-

In his first race since entering the B-Class, Devin Donaho scored wins in 250B and Open B on his YZ250F. CYCLE USA, May 2014

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Hopefully, KTM #223 ing the throttle to within an Brainerd resident Austin Asinch of it’s life, the Suzuki pros got to sleep in on Monday would cross the line first with morning. He had to be super Schlegel in tow. tuckered out, not only from Not ready to load the bike contesting three classes on on the trailer yet, Schlegel Sunday, but also for having to came to the gate determined to climb to the very top of the wrestle victory in the Seniorpodium three times. Aspros A class, which he did, handily. first lined up for the Supermini Yamaha rider Marty Melby roust-a-bout, and went wire to and Honda’s Richard Blaser rounded out the podium. ISOC Snow-cross rising star Cole Cottew was in attendance, competing in only his second motorcycle race ever. Apparently there is some cross-over in the two sports as Cottew railed his #259 Kawasaki to a second place finish in the 250C race while battling for the victory with a hard charging KTM of Princeton MN’s Alex Timmer. Cottew would line up again in the Open-C race to fight off all attacks from the #181 Suzuki of Zach Berttunen and Austin Warner from Forest Lake. Aaron Boatman in the Supermini class.

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wire in the race. Yamaha mounted Aaron Boatman took second with Jeremiah Titus rounding out the top trio. Then, Aspros, “The Brainerd Bomber” lined up again for the 85cc 12-15 sprint. As far as Austin may be concerned, KTM could stand for “Kan’t Top Me” because he was riding like a “man on fire”

for his second victory on the day, again with Boatman in tow and #255 Tyler Melby cruzin to third place. You’d think he was done, but Aspros lined up again for the 85cc 9-12 race, and threw down a string of fast laps for yet another victory. This time, Boatman came in third with Josh “The Cambridge Crusher” Fedder taking second. Rick Schugel was riding his Honda CRF like it was a scalded cat in the +45A class, to claim victory over Richard Blaser on another Honda. Then Schugel would finish second to long time MX and Snowmobile racer Donny Bonnicksen from Waverly MN in the +50 class. Then he mounted up for a opportunity to kiss the trophy girl in the Senior-A race, followed by Marty Melby then Richard Blaser for third. In the battle for supremacy in the Senior C class, Suad Hodzic wheeled his #211


Mark Arends recorded wins in +25A and Vet-A competition. CYCLE USA, May 2014

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Aaron Felegy in 250C.

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Yamaha to the line with fire in his eyes and wasn’t gonna be denied! Right from the drop of the gate he let it rip with the thunder emanating from his race pipe shaking the fillings from the teeth of the local deer population around the Norseman MC Clubgrounds. Although Sauk Centre’s Michael Engle would not go down without a fight, in the end, Hodzic had just a little edge which he carried to the line. District 23 has a pretty deep talent pool in the MX arena. Not the least of which is Harris, MN resident, #24 Larson Cycle Center Yamaha YZ250F mounted Shayanna Wilson. Shay rides like a champion, throw’s down some serious style points when she airs it out over the kickers, never worrying about how her Enzo Suspension will perform thanks to the expert tuning from guru Craig Decker. Ms Wilson didn’t run in the Women’s class on Sunday,

electing instead to just run with the boys. Racing to fifth place in 250B, going 4 and 6 in that class and then 3 and 4 in 14-24B for fourth, all the while giving fits to a number of the class regulars. I wonder if Shayanna could someday be a contender for the WMX National title. I have it on good authority that Shay just received her Women’s Pro license. It was an all Yamaha podium for the Schoolboy 1216 class with Bailey Kroone, Aaron Lindell and Trevor Bonnickson taking top honors in that order. 2013 250C class winner Devin Donaho picked up where he left off last year with a win in the 250B class and first in Open-B All of the racers were very happy to get the first race of the 2014 season under their belts. With the next weekend off racing to observe the Easter, all are anxious to get to


#24 Shayanna Wilson in the rhythm section en-route to a fourth place finish in 14-24B action.

the second round in the season long battle. Big thanks to Moto City and RTW Promotions for putting the event on, and thanks to the Norsemen MC Club for the use of their track, and last but certainly not least, Big Big Thanks to the Christian Motorcycle Club for coming out on a rather cold, dreary day to volunteer their time to work in flagging and safety. The race couldn’t have happened without your help! Results: 50 Open 4-8: 1.Tanner Schlegel 2.Brady Karolevitz 3.Blayz Weizel 4.Blaine Simmons Supermini: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Jeremiah Titus 4.Zach Strecker 5.Jake Bresnahan 125: 1.Aaron Lindell 2.Drew Slocum 3.Trevor Bonnicksen 4.John Downey 250A: 1.Spencer Henrikson 2.Riley Kroone 3.Tristan Titus 4.Hunter Ersbo 5.Shane Tismer 250B: 1.Devin Donaho 2.Carter Reece 3.Mason Marty 4.Ryan Slepica 5.Shayanna Wilson 250C: 1.Alex Timmer 2.Cole Cottew 3.Kyle Pulsifer 4.Jake Dupont 5.Aaron Felegy Girls Jr. 9-12: 1.Piper Romfo 65cc 7-11: 1.Conner Klemenhagen 2.Avery Long 3.Jake Paige 4.Drew Nelson 5.Braden Long 50cc 4-6: 1.Blaine Simmons 50cc 7-8: 1.Tanner Schlegel 2.Hudson Romfo +25A: 1.Mark Arends 2.Weston Lind +45A: 1.Rick Schugel 2.Richard Blaser +55: 1.Paul Olson +25B: 1.Zachary Frederickson 2.Jay Kangas 3.Clint Carpenter +25C: 1.Aaron Felegy 2.Nick Leaf

3.Chris Grecula 4.Travis Timmer 5.Jeffrey Jones +45B/C: 1.Timothy Walker 2.Joel Lenz 3.Robert Crawford 4.Suad Hodzic 5.Mark Speldrick 6.Tommy Tidd 14-24A: 1.Gavin Kadlec 2.Hunter Ersbo 3.Shane Tismer 14-24B: 1.Carter Reece 2.Mason Marty 3.Joey Buchta 4.Shayanna Wilson 5.Ryan Slepica 14-24C: 1.Jake Dupont 2.Robert Marty Jr 3.Austin Warner 4.Joshua Campa 5.Tyler Seiberlich Schlby 12-16: 1.Bailey Kroone 2.Aaron Lindell 3.Trevor Bonnicksen 4.Drew Slocum Vet A: 1.Mark Arends 2.Ray Schlegel Vet B: 1.Clint Carpenter 2.Josh Fedder 3.Miguel Jaramillo Vet C: 1.Kevin Arcand 2.Chad Finckbone 3.Nick Leaf 4.Jeffrey Jones 5.Jesse John +50: 1.Donald Bonnicksen 2.Rick Schugel 3.Robert Crawford 4.Mark Speldrick Women: 1.Jacqueline Riess 2.Trisha Hoover 3.Anndi Ertel 85cc 12-15: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Aaron Boatman 3.Tyler Melby 4.Zach Strecker 5.Nick Frey 85cc 9-11: 1.Nick Paige 2.Mason Grecula 3.Gavin Tilford 4.Drew Sampson 5.Curtis Biorn Open A: 1.Spencer Henrikson 2.Gavin Kadlec 3.Hunter Ersbo 4.Tristan Titus 5.Blake Waller Open B: 1.Devin Donaho 2.Carter Reece 3.Mason Marty 4.Jordan Rapp 5.Andrew Rasmusson Open C: 1.Cole Cottew 2.Zach Berttunen 3.Austin Warner 4.Mark Trego 5.Andrew Ives 250Jr. 14-16: 1.Mike Hemmerich 2.Austin Rasmussen 3.Robert Marty Jr 4.Jacqueline Riess 5.Jake Bresnahan 65cc 7-9: 1.Jake Paige 2.Avery Long 3.Drew Nelson 4.Braden Long 5.Tanner Schlegel 65cc 10-11: 1.Conner Klemenhagen 85cc 9-12: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Josh Fedder 3.Aaron Boatman 4.Drew Sampson 5.Nick Paige

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Sugar Maple beats Mom Nature Hill Point, Wisconsin - April 20 By Dave Hollub

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isconsin weather was trying to pull a fast one on the crew at Sugar Maple MX when it dumped enough snow to cover the ground, just a couple days before their season opener. Not deterred, the Erdmann family went to work and got the grounds ready for a long weekend of practice and racing. Friday and Saturday riders began showing up and were welcomed by perfect riding weather. Bikes that had just been brought out of hibernation roared to life and hands started forming blisters as everyone was learning new lines on the track. By Sunday morning 150 entries were ready to race. 125Jr and Non-current got the first gate drop of the day, and Trever Deedon blasted out front with more than a five bike length lead over the tunnel triple. Deedon kept increasing his gap on the field while Joseph Scheiber (non current) and Nate Telfer battled for second just ahead of Hunter Schueller (NC). By their second time around the

Jordan Schiller won 250 and Open B.

Daytona corner, Telfer was ahead of Scheiber who now had his hands full holding off Schueller. By the time the moto closed out the running order was Deedon, Telfer, Schueller, followed by Tyler Dinkle (NC) and Seth Doeberlein. In moto two Schueller grabbed a big holeshot but went down over the tunnel triple, forcing him out for the moto. Deedon took over the lead and once again separated from the rest of the field on his way to the win. Doeberlein ran second ahead of Scheiber and Dinkle. On the final lap Telfer pushed his way past Dinkle to settle in at fourth for the moto finish. The 125Jr overall went to Deedon (1/1) with Doeberlein (3/2) second and Telfer (2/3) in third. Noncurrent went to Scheiber (3/1) in first, Dinkle (2/2) and Scheiber (4/3). Next out of the gate was Vet +30B/C with Andy Bowman leading the class out of the holeshot. Bowman had a pretty good lead by the end of lap one, but midway through lap two Daryl Willing was closing in fast. Willing was sticking a wheel in as the

white flag came out, and then made the pass coming out of Hollub’s Hollow. Bowman pushed hard but couldn’t get back out front before the checkers. Tom Ferguson held on in third all moto just ahead of George Busse. Bowman again grabbed the holeshot in moto two and stayed out front to the finish with Willing chas-

ing him all the way. Ferguson chased Matt Price on lap one before finally slipping past into third. Busse finished in fifth, right behind Price. There were twenty-two riders lined up for 250C, and Keegan Cummins took the holeshot with Bret Holland on his rear fender. By the time they hit the rollers on lap one

Daryl Willing won +40 and finished second in +30B/C.

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Brady Bill had taken over second and started chasing Cummins. Holland now had pressure from Trever Deedon who was being pushed hard by Max Steinhorst. Holland bobbled on his second trip through the rollers and both Deedon and Steinhorst took advantage to move up in position. Cummins and Bill battled to the finish with Cummins still running out front at the finish and Deedon crossed with Steinhorst right on his rear wheel. Bill got out front right away in moto two with Steinhorst in second. On the first trip through the rollers Deedon got by Steinhorst. Cummins was moving through the pack after a bad start until he went down just before the table, which dropped him to the back of the class. Bill hung on for the moto win and overall with his 2/1 day while Deedon claimed second (3/2) and Steinhorst third (4/3). Daryl Willing led the Senior +40 riders around the holeshot corner and it looked like he was going to have an easy ride to the win as he pulled a gap early on lap one. Behind Willing, Jeff Ramsay was busy fighting off pressure from Tom Ferguson. Just before they hit the scoring area Ferguson slipped past Ramsay and then took off after Willing. Ferguson was closing the gap as he came out of Hollub’s Hol-

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low and then took the lead on lap two. Ferguson’s run out front ended just as the lap was scored when Willing out jumped him over the ski jump. Willing then cruised to the moto win with Ferguson close behind and Ramsay then Doug Ninneman following. Willing was again out front at the holeshot in the second moto, and this time nobody was able to catch him. Ramsay came around the corner in second with Ferguson on his rear wheel. Ferguson pushed Ramsay hard and finally on their last trip through the rollers slipped past to grab the checkers in second just ahead of Ramsay. Open C moto one belonged to Brady Bill from gate drop to checkers. Bret Holland had Keegan Cummins all over his rear tire going through the Daytona corner while Logan Telfer was close behind in fourth. Cummins jumped past Holland over the Ski Jump at the beginning of lap two, but couldn’t close the gap Bill already had established. Telfer moved up into third in on lap two and Max Steinhorst had charged through the pack to slip into fourth. Holland was able to get back in front of Steinhorst just before the moto ended. Holland edged out Bill on the moto two start and held on to the lead for the first lap, but Bill was able to get out front over the tunnel triple. Cummins was sticking a wheel in on Holland in every corner and finally on the white flag lap was able to make a pass that put him across the finish in second. Telfer also mounted a white flag charge that put him into position to slip past Holland in the roller section. The overall went to Bill with Cummins second and Telfer third. Bill, “The day was good. I tried getting off to good starts all day and then once I got out front just kept pushing hard to stay there. In 250C Keegan got the first holeshot and I was third but I got around the outside and was able to catch him but I just couldn’t get by. In moto two I was out front and just rode hard and stayed there. In 450C I got the holeshot both times and just held the pace and stayed out front. The track is really good, there’s good moisture in it and it really formed some good lines. I’d like to thank Sportland 2, Kirk Mueller Motorsports, and my Mom and Dad.” When Quad B got their chance on the track Leon Spinden was untouchable. Spinden grabbed both holeshots and then led every lap from there on as he took the moto wins and overall. Jay Toelle was in second at the beginning of moto one with Bradley Payne and Kyle Ertmer close be-

hind. Ertmer was able to get past Payne on lap three and then Toelle on the white flag lap. In moto two while Spinden was running away out front Toelle had his hands full holding back challenges from Payne. By the end of the moto Toelle was still in second which gave him the overall second place with his 3/2 day. Just minutes after the final checkers flew the rain rolled in. Perfect timing! Results 125Jr.: 1.Trevor Deedon 2.Seth Doeberlein 3.Nate Telfer 4.Connor Blaschke Sports B/C: 1.Bryce Telfer 2.Eric Leach 3.Brady Bill 4.Michael Kingstad 5.Kory Sorge Women: 1.Dawn Cox 2.Kendra Tutt 3.Andi Bowman 4.Angel Ennis 65cc: 1.Aiden McCormick 2.Josh Bowman 3.Tyler Wagner 85cc 9-11: 1.Mitchell Malaney 2.Aidan McCormick 85cc 12-15: 1.Colton Parson 2.Ronald Schmidt 3.Cole Price 4.Cody Gamble 5.Zachary Mecalis 85cc 9-13: 1.Mitchell Malaney 2.Cody Gamble 3.Zachary Mecalis 4.Ronald Schmidt Supermini: 1.Colton Parson 2.Seth Doeberlein 3.Tyler Gamble 50Jr.: 1.Lane Rhyme 2.Peyton Poker 3.Carson Syverson 4.Katy Mueller 50Sr.: 1.Ayden Price 2.Jacob Potter 3.Madison Mallory 4.Nathan Blaschke +25A: 1.Kirsten Raemisch 2.Brad Johnson +25B/C: 1.Mat Herrington 2.Danielle West 3.Jay Mittelstaedt +30B/C: 1.Andy Bowman 2.Daryl Willing 3.Tom Ferguson 4.Matt Price 5.George Busse +30A: 1.Brad Johnson +40: 1.Daryl Willing 2.Tom Ferguson 3.Jeff Ramsay 4.Douglas Ninneman 5.Dawn Cox +50: 1.Jeff Ramsay 2.Steven Sorge 3.Douglas Ninneman 4.Bob Brown 5.Glen Brandemuehl Non Current: 1.Joseph Scheiber 2.Tyler Dinkle 3.Zachary Scheiber 4.Hunter Schueller

Quad A: 1.Zac Baker 2.Jay Mittelstaedt 3.Josh McClelland Quad B/C: 1.Leon Spinden 2.Jay Toelle 3.Bradley Payne 4.Kyle Ertmer 5.Lucas Manske Mini Quad: 1.Grant Olson 2.Maxwell Manske 3.Bennett Manske 4.Ethan Freitag Open A: 1.Colton Karl 2.Brandon Clifford Open B: 1.Jordan Schiller 2.Bryce Telfer 3.Eric Leach 4.Mat Herrington 5.Jeremy Smith Open C: 1.Brady Bill 2.Keegan Cummins 3.Logan Telfer 4.Bret Holland 5.Max Steinhorst 250A: 1.Brandon Clifford 250B: 1.Jordan Schiller 2.Nathan Lange 3.Jeremy Smith 4.Stanley Ward 5.Danielle West 250C: 1.Brady Bill 2.Trever Deedon 3.Max Steinhorst 4.Logan Telfer 5.Bret Holland

Madison Mallory found her fill of Easter eggs during the intermission.

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Byron Trials Byron, Illinois - March 23 By Kathy Haselton

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his winter was one for the record books, and not in a good way. The cold and snow were relentless, putting NITRO’s (Northern Illinois Trials Riders Organization) first trials of the year in jeopardy. And despite the calendar saying that it was spring, Mother Nature had other plans. The weeks leading up to the kickoff of the 2014 trials season at Byron’s Motosports Park were no different than the rest of the winter. Set up of this trial was one of the most challenging, even for NITRO veterans. The ground was snow and ice covered and air temperatures were below freezing. Trials masters for the event were long time NITRO riders Tony Meo and Charles Shanks. Both were thrilled at the early season turn-out of riders. Meo said the turnout was better than expected and the event ran smoothly despite the weather conditions. A hearty group of 32 riders

were anxious to knock the rust off their bikes, and their riding skills when they showed up for the start of the riding season. The group was a great mix of veteran riders as well as riders new to trials. For a few, it was their first experience. Due to the conditions out in the woods, the loop was kept to a compact eight sections. The sections were a nice mix of hills, logs, tight turns, and rocks. The snow was still evident on the ground, and as it melted things became slick and muddy. One of the more challenging sections was made up entirely of flat slabs of rock which were surrounded by snow. Even though many riders said this was their first time on their bikes since the fall, many flashed mid-season skills. First time youth rider, Chasen Orme seemed to be having a great time at his first trials, taking home a first place trophy in the Youth division. Nitro’s season runs until midOctober. Their events are held at some of the most scenic areas in Illinois. Please visit the web site for more information or to answer any questions at nitrotrials.com.

Expert class rider Camellio Rivera.

Results Champion: Sven Bley Expert: 1.Mike Cross 2.Eric Miller 3.Ralph Littlefield 4.Charles Shanks 5.Tony Meo Advanced: 1.Dave Schigoda 2.Travis Ward 3.Kyle Kremer 4.Gary Gardner 5.Luke Cavil Interm: 1.Ray Pranskunas 2.Tim Pickett 3.Brian Fore 4.Tito Nappi 5.Joey Adkisson Novice: 1.Liz Jefferies 2.Carlos Arias Vintage: 1.Kent Franklin 2.Dale Prouty Senior: 1.Jeff franklin 2.Kevin Huber Women: 1.Sara Pranskunas Youth: 1.Chasen Orme Tony Meo over one of the large logs, in the Expert class.

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Stadium Battle the Border

#143 Chris Kinkaid, #134 Jordan Roxworthy and Shawn Andrews have a good battle in Open C.

Pecatonica, Illinois - April 19 By Josh Rudd, www.shiftonephotography.com

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This left Brian Petersen up front for the win with Ryan Popaeko and Danny Petersen filling out the podium. 250C was a crazy race tonight with so much passing it was hard to keep track at times. Thirteen riders slammed into the first corner with Jared Burba taking the holeshot. Jordan Roxworthy and Alex Oerkfitz were right behind him in the

tateline MX was ready and the gates dropped to a great night of racing on April 19th. A lot of new faces, and riders out in different classes, different bikes, it’s hard to keep to keep up on everything, but that’s what makes early races fun. The track was in great shape with everything running smooth and the motos full of great racing as always. The pit bikes have always shown up strong at Stateline, and tonight there was some great racing. It’s always fun watching the bikes rip the track. The gate dropped to an epic battle about to unfold with Danny Petersen getting out front followed by Brian Petersen and Ryan Popaeko. Heading into the tabletops Brian Petersen took over the lead, then moving into the rollers Popaeko grabbed second, dropping Danny Petersen into third. Hitting the sweeper Kevin Popaeko came in hot to take over third, only to have his bike die out right into the next jump. Talan Zollers won 50Sr.

rhythm section. Coming into the sand turn Trevor Nelson took over third as the battle went three wide over the next jump. The battle gave Burba a little ground as Nelson and Nate Rega both moved up a spot in the process. Coming into the tables they were three wide once again, this time Rega gained another position, moving Nelson back to third. Rega caught Burba and made an inside pass through the sweeper to take over the lead. Coming around the next lap Mike Nechvatal went inside through the sweeper, making this a popular place for passing, and moved into third. Keeping the momentum going the late race charge was working out as Nechvatal moved up to second. The clock ran out and Rega took the win with Nechvatal in second and Nelson third. 250B was up next with Andy Kost coming down from Wisconsin for his first time at the track. Talking with him he told me that he had been down to run some Loretta Qualifiers, and he was really enjoying the track at Stateline. Kost took off for the early lead with Ricky Williams and Durk Roper close behind. Coming down the rhythm section Danielle West took over third and was charging for second. Roper took advantage of some smooth riding through the tabletop section and took back third as Kost started to pull away from the pack. Coming back around into the tabletop section riders were going three wide battling for third. Williams moved back into third with Kost and Roper still up

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front. Coming back from getting bunched up at the start, Brian Krohn on his Woodstock KTM was on fire taking over third through the sweeper, and taking Roper in the next turn to jump up to second. Crossing the line Kost took the win with Krohn and Roper holding out to se-

cure second and third for the night. 250A had a great race. Coming off the gates Maxx Malatia took the holeshot with Logan Skaggs and Tom Hofmaster right on his tail. Into the sand turn, Hofmaster washed out the front end allowing Cory Catalani to shoot

by into second, moving Skaggs back to third. Hofmaster was up and on a mission to come back, taking third back through the rollers and then pushing it through the tabletops for second as well, bumping Catalani to third. On the next lap Skaggs was pushing back and came in hot on the inside of the sweeper to take third. The checkers flew with Malatia taking the win followed by Hofmaster and Skaggs. Results: 125cc 2-str: 1.Chad Saultz 2.Robbie Hyson 3.Austin Beaty 4.Jimmy Epifanio Women: 1.Jessica Pozzani 50Jr: 1.Mikah Carpenter 2.Wesley Johnson 50Sr: 1.Talan Zollers 2.Jackson Oehlhof 3.Kayden Schultz 4.Zachery Johnson 5.Evan Griffiths 250A: 1.Maxx Malatia 2.Thomas Hofmaster 3.Logan Skaggs 4.Cory Catalani 5.Chad Johnson 250B: 1.Andy Kost 2.Brian Krohn 3.Durk Roper 4.Danielle West 5.Ricki Williams +40: 1.Arek Kruk 2.Larry Bank 3.Michael Carey 4.Brian Carey 50 Inject 4-8: 1.Mikah Carpenter Pitbike stock: 1.Brian Petersen 2.Ryan Popaeko 3.Danny Petersen 4.Kevin Popaeko 65Jr: 1.Ryder Beth 2.Cael Bagby 3.Jackson Oehlhof 4.Lolito Eguia Jr

5.Kayden Schultz 65Sr: 1.Justin Oehlhof 2.Andrew Blumer 3.Zachary Brunner 4.Ephraim Olson 5.Julian Hebb 14-24B/C: 1.Brian Krohn 2.Damon Thomas 3.Austin Beaty 4.Jordan Roxworthy 5.Kyle Hiester 14-24A: 1.Conner Robinson +25: 1.Thomas Hofmaster 2.Chad Johnson 3.Danielle West 4.Marshal Cudney 5.Bryce Olson 85Jr: 1.Patrick Murphy 2.Justin Oehlhof 3.Andrew Blumer 4.Tim Croissant 5.Julian Hebb 85Sr: 1.Conner Burger 2.Nolan Dickinson 3.Shawn Thompson 4.Nick Harris 5.Jacob Croissant Open A: 1.Maxx Malatia 2.Thomas Hofmaster 3.Logan Skaggs 4.Cory Catalani Open B: 1.Andy Kost 2.Damon Thomas 3.Nick Blumer 4.Ricki Williams 5.Bryce Olson Open C: 1.Nate Rega 2.Mike Nechvatal 3.Blake Schaefer 4.Trevor Nelson 5.Jordan Roxworthy 80 Open 9-13: 1.Nolan Dickinson 2.Shawn Thompson 3.Justin Oehlhof Pitbike mod: 1.Brian Petersen 2.Ryan Popaeko 3.Kevin Popaeko 4.Robert Winike +30A: 1.Thomas Hofmaster 2.Chad Johnson 3.Arek Kruk 4.Larry Bank 5.Matt Carpenter +30B/C: 1.Neil Anderson 2.Nick Smith 3.Ryan Roxworthy 4.Tom Pozzani 4-Wheel B: 1.Hans Schmidt 2.Dakota Hitchcock 3.Joey Meyer 4-Wheel C: 1.Cheyanne Hitchcock Supermini 12-16: 1.Nolan Dickinson 2.Conner Burger 3.Shawn Thompson 4.Jordon Nelson 250C: 1.Nate Rega 2.Trevor Nelson 3.Mike Nech

Ryder Beth made the trip from Wisconsin to win the 65Jr class.

Batavia, IL’s Chad Saultz won the 125cc class.

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Out of the Gate in Mendota Mendota, Illinois - April 12 By Josh Rudd www.shiftonephotography.com

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egacross got underway this weekend the twelfth of April with so much going on around the track and getting everything prepared for the first race of the season. Megacross was perfect all night with the track shaping up some great lines, keeping everything very interesting. The turn-out was great. The +40 classes in particular had a great group, and they were ready to kick off the season as much as any of the youth riders. Starting the night off was +40A blasting from the line with Alex Rossetto getting an early lead followed by Steve Perkins and John Conley. As they hit the second corner Burton Lavens shot around the outside in the whoops to take over second, dropping Perkins to third. As they headed over the tabletops Lavens was on a mission, taking over the lead. Coming around for the third

lap heat race winner Arek Kruk was on the move and had made it into third, pushing hard to get back up front. Heading down the straight, in a drag race with Rossetto, he took over a hard fought second place. At the finish line Lavens held on for the win with Kruk and Rossetto rounding out the top three. Tonight was the first test for the +40 class, which was split into two classes, racing at the same time. This way the B/C riders would have a chance to grab some glory as well. Twelve riders signed up in the B/C class, combined with the six in A, it made for good racing all around the track. This turnout is unheard of in Stadium racing which was normally thought of as a “young” man’s sport. The B/C part of the class was won by Todd Heerman, second went to Troy Quest, and rounding out the podium was Scott Holmes. Rumor has it the next little test will be the +50 class, trying out it’s appeal at the next event.

Long time D17 favorite, Tommy Hofmaster returned to win +25, +30A, and then finish second in Open A.

250C was huge tonight as seventeen riders suited up for battle, and battle they did. The gates dropped and Zach Rom-

bout shot out to grab the holeshot with Stephen Kupfershmid coming from the far outside to fall in behind him.

Sadie Quest had a good night finishing third in 50Sr.

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Chris Kincaid slotted into third as the pack bunched up making things very interesting. Right around the second corner it was on as Kincaid went outside hard into the whoops to take over second. Rombout was out there in the fresh lines, running smooth already making a gap as they headed into the tabletop section. Nate Rega was cutting down positions as he pushed up from getting stuck around the first turn, taking over third. The battle for third was intense with everyone charging hard. Rega had an unfortunate stall going into the hairpin, moving Corbin Lenaway into third as he got on it hard to get up to the guy in the front. Rega got the bike moving right away to keep fourth and continued cruising, not letting it get him down. Flying down the straight on the last lap Lenaway held it on a little longer as was able to cut inside of Kincaid to take over second and hold out through the final section of the track.

The epic race concluded with Rombout taking the win uncontested followed by Lenaway and Kincaid. 85cc was a great race tonight with Patrick Murphy just moving up from 65’s, and out there taking names as he took off with the lead right from the start. Tommy Fortune Jr and Shawn Thompson were close, and after each other the entire race. Thompson jumped up to second just to have Fortune come right back at the end of the straight to take it back. Hitting the bowl turn Thompson answered back taking the inside line to reclaim second and start a charge to the front. By this time Murphy had been running clean laps and was starting to make a good gap while the battle for third heated up as Thor Rick was closing in. However Fortune wasn’t finished and on the final lap went outside through the tabletops and took back second place for the third time. The checkers were waving as

Murphy took the win leaving second place to Fortune and Thompson in third, after the exciting race. Open A was out next, and ready to put on a show as they lined up for their main event. Flying off the line Tom Hofmaster put his 2-stroke Yamaha out front followed closely by Maxx Malatia and Ty Tyrrell. Coming around the second corner Justin Kelly was on the gas, sending it into the whoops section to pass Tyrrell and charge forward as Malatia and Hofmaster were going back and forth up front. Hofmaster held on for several laps until Malatia took the inside through the bowl turn to take over the lead. Tyrrell and Kelly were going at it for third as Malatia started to make a gap, riding out front. Coming across the line Malatia took the win followed by Hofmaster and Kelly. Open B was the last race up

for the night, that was moving along without a hitch. The gates dropped to Damon Thomas tearing off the line followed by Jesse Keith and Danielle West. Everyone bunched together coming around the next turn with Ricki Williams letting West know he was taking third around the corner, then West came back in the whoops to reclaim the spot. Everyone stayed close for the first few laps when West was finally able to get by Keith, coming in hot down the straight. The rest of the moto played out as everyone was going at it hard, but in the end Thomas was able to hold on for the win with West and Keith taking second and third for the night. I asked Thomas about his heat race earlier where he placed fourth and he said his game plan was to take it easy and get a top five gate pick and lay on the heat for the mains, which

Rising star in Hare Scrambles racing, Travis Ward is also fast on a moto track, finishing third tonight in the 125cc class.

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seemed to work out great tonight. It was a great season opener for Megacross tonight, and the track crew kept everything running like clockwork. All the motos were going back to back getting them all done smooth and keeping up the maintenance on the track when it needed a little work. Things are going big this year for Megacross with some changes in works to keep things fresh, but not going far off of what has worked well for so many years out at the fairgrounds. Racing Megacross this season is a little different then in years past, the normal two week rotation was changed up and dates are more scattered through out the summer. Results: 125cc: 1.Cody Barnes 2.Robbie Hyson 3.Travis Ward 4.Austin Beaty 5.Chase Boykin 14-24: 1.Malachi Messenger 2.Damon Thomas 3.Corey White 4.Damon Quest 5.Sean Murdoch 14-24A: 1.Malachi Messenger

2.Corey White 14-24B/C: 1.Damon Thomas 2.Tony Spizzirri 3.Austin Beaty 4.Jordan Mackiewicz 5.RJ Mackenzie +25: 1.Tom Hofmaster 2.Justin Kelly 3.Jetti Pifer 4.Chad Johnson 5.Burton Lavens +25A: 1.Tom Hofmaster 2.Justin Kelly 3.Jetti Pifer 4.Chad Johnson 5.Burton Lavens +25B: 1.Jesse Keith 2.Bryce Olson 3.Brent Johnson 4.Troy Quest 5.Neil Anderson 250A: 1.Maxx Malatia 2.Justin Kelly 3.Mark Marincic 4.Tom Hofmaster 5.Malachi Messenger 250B: 1.Jordan Mackiewicz 2.Robbie Hyson 3.danielle west 4.Colton Beard 5.Ricki Williams 250C: 1.Zach Rombout 2.Corbin Lenaway 3.Chris Kincaid 4.Nate Rega 5.Trevor Nelson +30A: 1.Tom Hofmaster 2.Burton Lavens 3.Chad Johnson 4.Alex Rossetto 5.Arek Kruk +30B/C: 1.Neil Anderson 2.Todd Heermann 3.Brian Carey 4.Kevin Quest 5.Nick Smith

Aimone 3.Connor Pilon 4.Jayson Crawford 5.Kendall Eslinger 65Jr: 1.Luke Jackson 2.Cael Bagby 3.Joe Quest 4.Lucas Geistler 5.Wylie Roberts 65Sr: 1.Kash Schnowske 2.Hunter Billingsley 3.Gavin Sienkiewicz 4.Travis Wilkinson 85Jr: 1.Patrick Murphy 2.Tommy Fortune Jr 3.Kash Schnowske 4.Luke Jackson 5.Ethan Eslinger 85Sr: 1.Conner Burger 2.Shawn Thompson 3.Shane Reilly 4.Nick Harris 5.Garrett Ward 85cc: 1.Patrick Murphy 2.Tommy Fortune Jr 3.Shawn Thompson 4.Thor Rick 5.Pierce Rogers Open A: 1.Maxx Malatia 2.Tom Hofmaster 3.Justin Kelly 4.Ty Tyrrell 5.Malachi Messenger Open B: 1.Damon Thomas 2.danielle west 3.Jesse Keith 4.Ricki Williams 5.Bryce Olson Open C: 1.Nate Rega 2.Justin Carr 3.Mike Nechvatal 4.Brent Johnson 5.Trevor Nelson Schlby: 1.Cody Barnes 2.Chase Boykin Super Mini: 1.Cody Barnes 2.Conner Burger 3.Nick Harris 4.Garrett Ward 5.Charles McCook Women: 1.Danielle west 2.Ashley Burke 3.Danielle Wilkinson 4.Justine Stevenson 5.Ashleigh Newmarker +40A: 1.Burton Lavens 2.Arek Kruk 3.Alex Rossetto 4.Steve Perkins 5.Larry Dean Bank +40B: 1.Todd Heermann 2.Troy 14-24A rider Cory White. Quest 3.Scott

+40: 1.Burton Lavens 2.Arek Kruk 3.Alex Rossetto 4.Steve Perkins 5.Larry Dean Bank 50Jr: 1.tristan Dalton 2.Darrin Herman 3.Clayton Fusinetti 4.Talen Thurman 5.Mikah Carpenter 50Sr: 1.Talan Zollers 2.Gavin Kramer 3.Sadie Quest 4.Ayden Oppenlander 50cc: 1.tristan Dalton 2.Mikah Carpenter 3.Gavin Kramer 4.Talen Thurman 5.Caleigh Rick 65 Beg: 1.Peyton Carpenter 2.Brett

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‘14 Nuke Series Starts Right Byron, Illinois - April 6 By: Josh Rud www.ShiftOnePhotography.com

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inter has been running strong this year and hindered a lot of the early spring racing. Motorsports Park got a break from the rain and cold and things got underway strong this first weekend of April. Rain during the week helped made conditions great all day. The crew at Motorsports Park

is always on top things around the track and it always shows. Motos move along without a hitch and the riders were out in force today. You can defiantly count on things going big this year in Byron. There was some great races out there today, and 85Sr was up and running with seventeen riders lining up at the gate. Coming off the line for the first moto Dawson Biermann got out front with Colton Par-

son and Zack Tatar close behind. Tatar got side-by-side with Biermann coming around the second corner as they went into the tabletop, with Biermann fighting back around the next turn. Heading into the second lap Parson went down leaving Eddie Norred to take over third. The charge was on as Norred went by Biermann through the sweeper and Anthony Wallace followed right behind him, taking over third. Tatar was left up front making a decent gap while the field was going after it behind him. Tatar took the win with Norred and Wallace rounding out the top three. The overall for the

day went to Tatar winning both motos, Wallace taking second with a third and second place finish as Tyler Collins finished third with a 4-3. 250A was another great race today, despite everyone still getting in the swing of things. The gates dropped on the first moto to Brady Neys jumping out front with Mark Marincic and Chris Antolak charging in behind him. Coming through the sweeper Logan Skaggs was hard on the gas, moving into third. Marincic and Skaggs have both been moved up to A class recently, and were showing why today. Coming down the hill for the second

Glen Ellyn, IL’s Chase Boykin charging to fifth overall in the Schoolboy class.

Ryan Smith went 3-2 for second overall in +25

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lap Cody Vanbuskirk put down some passes after a bad start and moved all the way to the lead. This left Neys and Marincic in the hunt as the pack was staying close. After the dust settled Marincic took the overall for the day with a third and second. Vanbuskirk didn’t make it out the second moto, putting Ty Tyrell into second overall and Neys in for third. Coming out for Schoolboy in moto one, Steven Freund took off to an early lead, chased by Parker Smith and Chad Saultz. Coming up the hill Smith was on the gas hard, getting around Freund to take over the lead. Meanwhile Saultz was battling back and forth and then made it around Freund on the outside and charged on to fight for the lead. Dylan Boyd had been making up ground the entire race and got an inside line on Freund to take the third spot before the finish line in the final lap. The pack finished off the race with Smith taking the win followed by Saultz and Boyd. In the second moto Smith and Saultz mirrored their results going one two for the overall. Jakob Haney didn’t start moto one, but came back for a third in moto two. This however handed over third overall to Boyd with a fourth place in the second moto. 250B was looking great out there today with twenty-five riders swarming the starting gates. Andy Kost was down from Wisconsin, working towards Loretta’s this year, and he is really going to put up a good fight down there this year. The gates dropped and everyone flew into the first turn with Kost out front, Danielle West and Jacob Wever were right behind as the rest of pack battled for positions. Things were going back and forth with so many fast riders out there. Coming into the sand section up top Wever moved into second with Brian Krohn right on his back tire. Damon Tatar was soon jockeying for position with Krohn. This left the door open for West to take back third place as Kost was checking out. Wever held on for second, but had some bad luck in the second moto keeping him out of contention for the overall. Krohn ended up in fifth, but took second overall with a second place in the next moto and third overall went Tatar with a fourth and third for the day. Open C was a packed today thirty-four riders signing up for 48

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Zack Tatar went 1-1 in 85Sr, then finished second overall in SuperMini.

Andy Kost made the trip down from Wisconsin to dominate six motos in 250B, Open B and 14-24.


Twenty-three +30B/C riders charge into turn one

action. The gates dropped for a huge battle, and Matthew Dziubinski charged hard for the holeshot leaving Stephen Kupferschmid and Brandon Allen filling in behind him. Hitting the first table top, Edward Kline grabbed the rut

from the inside and moved into third. Allen was pushing back and went up second to chase down Dziubinski who was riding clean all day. Nathan Rega was up in the mix as the battle for third was heating up. Coming across the

line Dziubinski solidified the lead taking the win and overall for the day. Mirroring their results from the first moto Allen and Kline rounded out the top three for the overall of a great race to end the day. The opening round at Mo-

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2014 Championships

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Enduro CC= Closed Course May 18

Missouri Mudders...Park Hills, MO National

August 9 Hill and Gully Riders Roselawn, IN 10 Hill and Gully Riders Roselawn, IN September 7 CC SE WI Enduro Riders ....Adams, WI 14 Nat Muddobbers M/C ........Upland, IN 21 Des Moines ER..........Winterset, IA 28 WFO Promotions ............ Geneseo Nuke Series Results from page 49: 50cc (4-8): 1.Nicholas Stefancik 2.Korbin Oligney 3.Jacob Reyes 4.Lainy Dorsey 5.Ashton Warfield 50Jr (4-6): 1.Nicholas Stefancik 2.Kyler Knaack 3.Trevor Schulz 4.Johnnie Brown 50Sr (7-8): 1.Ian Murphy 2.Hunter Savage 3.Kaiden Knaack 4.Christopher Colantoni 5.Ethan Ebben 65Jr (7-9): 1.Krystian Janik 2.Luke Jackson 3.Anthony Edgerton 4.Deegan Cooley 5.Ryder Beth 65Sr (10-11): 1.Brennan Wages 2.Dj Gritzmacher 3.John Perovic 4.Gunner Schmidgall 5.Radko Tomko 85Jr (9-11): 1.Dj Gritzmacher 2.Brennan Wages 3.Cole Dekker 4.Mitchell Malaney 5.Luke Jackson 85Sr. (12-15): 1.Zack Tatar 2.Anthony Wallace 3.Tyler Collins 4.Eddie Norred 5.Dawson Biermann SuperMini (12-16): 1.Gage Pace 2.Zack Tatar 3.Anthony Wallace 4.Eddie Norred 5.Tyler Collins Schlby (12-16): 1.Chad Saultz 2.Anthony Wallace 3.Ben Ibianskas 4.Jimmy Epifanio 5.Chase Boykin 125cc: 1.Chad Saultz 2.Stuart Schwagerman 3.Gage Pace 4.Ben Ibianskas 5.Jimmy Epifanio Open A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Christopher Antolak 3.Zach Coons 4.Mark Marincic 5.Brady Neys Open B: 1.Andy Kost 2.Brian Krohn 3.Jacob Wever 4.Justin Rowntree 5.Danielle West Open C: 1.Matthew Dziubinski 2.Brandon Allen 3.Edward Kline 4.Roland Gomez 5.Nathan Rega

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October 19 Cahokia Creek Dirt Rid White City Tba CC Little Egypt M/C............... Marion November 2 Riders M/C .................Goshen, IN

23 TT, NQ 25 TT 26 TT 31 TT

Gran Prix May

June 7 ST, NQ 14 ST 21 ST 22 TT 29 1/2, NQ July 11 ST, NQ 12 ST 13 TT, NQ 19 ST 23 1/2

10 Moto Pro Inc.................... Wedron June 1 Tri-City M/C ............... Coal Valley July 6 Moto Pro Inc.................... Wedron 13 Variety Riders .................. Ottawa August 23 Motosports Park................. Byron September 1 LTM.................................... Casey 20 Moto Pro Inc.................... Wedron 28 Variety Riders .................. LaSalle October 26 Canton M/C ..................... Canton

Dirt Track All have semi pro and youth classes.

NQ= No Quad classes May 10 TT Splinter Creek............. Fosterburg 17 ST Lamoine Ramblers ......... Macomb

250A: 1.Mark Marincic 2.Ty Tyrrell 3.Brady Neys 4.Zach Coons 5.Daniel Sanders 250B: 1.Andy Kost 2.Brian Krohn 3.Damon Tatar 4.Danielle West 5.Ricki Williams 250C: 1.Matthew Dziubinski 2.Brandon Allen 3.Nathan Rega 4.Thomas Schwieter 5.Taiga Judd 14-24: 1.Andy Kost 2.Parker Smith 3.Jordan Mackiewicz 4.Damon Thomas 5.Brandon Marescalco +25: 1.Tad Tyrrell 2.Ryan Smith 3.Jonathan Hartman 4.Justin Hager 5.Dan Dadwyk +30A: 1.Brad Jerominski 2.Dan Dadwyk 3.Ryan George 4.Tim White +30B/C: 1.Bobby Fisher 2.Chris Michels 3.Jiri Brabenec 4.Ronald Lasco 5.Roland Gomez +40: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.Ronald Lasco 3.Tony Kalies 4.Martin Mecum 5.Joel Middlebrook +45: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.James Coons 3.Michael Westbrook 4.Tommy Gerlach +50: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.William Ziesk 3.Robert Edler 4.Orville Kline 5.Michael Westbrook +55: 1.William Ziesk 2.Todd White 3.Orville Kline 4.Nick Lazzaretto 5.Steve Abt Women (12+): 1.Danielle West 2.Kimberly Middlebrook 3.Jessica Pozzani Vintage: 1.Ricki Williams 2.Bobby Fisher 3.Cory Lingle 4.Chris Anderson 5.John Medcalf Schlby 2 (250F): 1.Parker Smith 2.Chad Saultz 3.Dylan Boyd 4.Steven Freund 5.Brandon Jackson +50B/C: 1.Edward Zelasko 2.Dave Antolak 3.Todd Metzler

26 TT August 2 ST 9 TT 16 ST, NQ 17 TT 23 ST 29 ST, NQ 31 TT

Steve Nace Racing ...... Springfield CIMC................................. Neoga CIMC................................. Neoga Lamoine Ramblers ......... Macomb State Championship Galesburg M/C ........... Galesburg Pekin M/C ......................... Pekin CIMC................................. Neoga CIMC................................. Neoga WFO........................... Cambridge Galesburg M/C ........... Galesburg Lamoine Ramblers ......... Macomb Peoria M/C....................... Peoria Pekin M/C ......................... Pekin CIMC ......................... Champaign State Championship..................... Splinter Creek............. Fosterburg Pekin M/C ......................... Pekin D17 State Championship Splinter Creek............. Fosterburg Galesburg M/C ........... Galesburg Peoria M/C....................... Peoria Grand National Lamoine Ramblers ......... Macomb IMDA ......................... Springfield CIMC................................. Neoga

Logan Skaggs rode well to finish mid-pack in both 250 and Open A.

September 1 TT CIMC................................. Neoga 7 1/2 Splinter Creek..............Jerseyville 14 ST Pekin M/C ......................... Pekin

Dual Sports September

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

Trials All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes.

May 17 NITRO ................................ Tilton 18 NITRO ................................ Tilton July 6 Moto Pro Inc.................... Wedron August 10 NITRO.................................. Lena 24 Variety Riders .................. Ottawa September 27 Peoria M/C Club ............... Peoria 28 Peoria M/C Club ............... Peoria October 19 NITRO .......................... Pearl City


Hare Scrambles

All have semi pro, amateur & youth classes. Q= Quad classes included, B= Bonus points May 4 B Canton M/C................... Glasford 11 Q Fox Valley Off Road......... Wedron 18 Q WFO .............................. Macomb June 1 B BET ............................... Belleville 8 B Dirt Riders/WFO............. Oakford 15 Q Fox Valley Off Road......... Wedron 22 Q WFO...................................... TBA July 20 Q Fox Valley Off Road......... Wedron 27 Q, B WFO...................................... TBA August 3 B CCDR........................... White City 17 Q Fox Valley Off Road......... Wedron 24 B Motosports/FCR/WFO........ Byron 30 Q, B Splintercreek .............. Fosterburg 31 B Splintercreek .............. Fosterburg September 7 Q WFO...................................... TBA 21 Q, B Fox Valley Off Road......... Wedron October 12 Q WFO............................. Plainview National

Non Points Paying Events:

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

Motocross NQ= No Quad classes, B= Bonus points,

PA= ProAm. May 4 4 10 NQ 11 NQ, PA 11 NQ 18 NQ 18 NQ, B 25 Q Only 25 NQ June 1 B 1 NQ, PA 1 8 15 22 NQ 22 22 NQ 29 NQ 29 July 13 20 NQ 20 B 27 NQ 27 NQ August 3 NQ, B 3 8

Q only = Quad classes only Motosports Park................. Byron Tri-City MC.................. Coal Valley 4-P Promotions................. Walnut 4-P Promotions................. Walnut Crossroads MX .................. Mason LTM.................................... Casey MC Motopark ............... Mt Carroll 4-P Promotions................. Walnut Muddy Waters ........... East Moline Splinter Creek............. Fosterburg MC Motopark ............... Mt Carroll Pleasure Riders MC .....Cayuga, IN Motosports Park................. Byron Tri-City MC.................. Coal Valley Crossroads MX .................. Mason Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington Ki Tracks.......................... Oregon LTM.................................... Casey Motosports Park................. Byron Muddy Waters ........... East Moline Crossroads MX .................. Mason Motosports Park..................Byron Ki Tracks.......................... Oregon LTM.................................... Casey Crossroads MX .................. Mason Motosports Park................. Byron Pleasure Riders MC .....Cayuga, IN

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

Non Point Paying Events May 24 Area 25 Area June 14 Reg 15 Reg 21 Reg 22 Reg August 24 Vintage

Motosports Park................. Byron Motosports Park................. Byron MC Motopark ............... Mt Carroll MC Motopark ............... Mt Carroll 4-P Promotions................. Walnut 4-P Promotions................. Walnut LTM.................................... Casey

EGG Hunts April

27 May 18 June 8 29 August 3 31 October 5

Variety Riders .................. Ottawa

Variety Riders .................. Ottawa Variety Riders ................. Ottawa Variety Riders .................. Ottawa Variety Riders .................. Ottawa Variety Riders .................. Ottawa Variety Riders .................. Ottawa

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

All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes. May 3 Central Illinois M/C........... Neoga 4 Central Illinois M/C........... Neoga 10 NQ Cahokia Creek Dirt Rid White City 18 Goshen Iron M/C............. Goshen 24 Central Illinois M/C........... Neoga 25 Central Illinois M/C........... Neoga

June 7 8 15 NQ 28 29

Central Illinois M/C........... Neoga Central Illinois M/C........... Neoga Rock River Riders M/C.......... Polo Pleasure Riders M/C ...Cayuga, IN Pleasure Riders M/C ...Cayuga, IN D/17 State Race, Double Pnts

July 26 NQ Rock River Riders M/C......... Polo August 2 King City Dirt Riders ... Mt. Vernon 23 NQ Cahokia Creek Dirt Rid White City 24 Belleville Enduro Team.. Belleville 30 Central Illinois M/C....... Belleville 31 Central Illinois M/C....... Belleville September 6 Pleasure Riders M/C ...Cayuga, IN 7 Pleasure Riders M/C ...Cayuga, IN 13 King City Dirt Riders ... Mt. Vernon

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

PA= ProAm, All run limited classes, and usually into the night, check with promoter for times May 3 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota 10 Stateline..................... Pecatonica 10 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 16 Woodstock .................. Woodstock 17 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota 24 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 31 ProAm Stateline..................... Pecatonica 31 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles June 7 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 14 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 14 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 21 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota 27 Woodstock .................. Woodstock 28 B Stateline..................... Pecatonica 28 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles July 11 B Woodstock .................. Woodstock 12 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota 19 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 19 Stateline..................... Pecatonica 26 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota August 1 Woodstock .................. Woodstock 9 Stateline..................... Pecatonica 9 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 12 Stateline..................... Pecatonica 16 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 22 Woodstock .................. Woodstock 23 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 29 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota September 6 Stateline..................... Pecatonica 12 Woodstock .................. Woodstock 13 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota 19 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 20 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 20 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 27 NQ, B Moto Pro Inc...................Mendota October 4 Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 11 NQ Moto Pro Inc.................. Mendota 17 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles 18 B Joliet Motosports....... Wilmington 31 NQ Whipt Promotions ........ St.Charles

Dist 17 Clubs & Promoters

4P Promotions, Inc.................................815-379-9534 Belleville Enduro Team...........................618-277-3478 Brush Poppers M/C................................815-622-4099 Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders ......................618-946-4316 Canton MC Club .....................................309-202-1144 Cetral Illinois MC....................................217-234-2505 Crossroads MX.......................................618-686-2769 Des Moines Enduro Riders ......................515-480-2477 Dirt Rider, Inc. .......................................217-789-0107 Forest City Riders M/C ...........................815-624-6535 Galesburg M/C ......................................309-344-1714 Grand Kankakee Trail Rid ......................708-946-0999 Hill and Gully M/C.................................708-424-1969 IMDA .........................................217-753-8866 Joliet Motosports Park ...........................815-476-7433 Kane County Ultracross ..........................630-333-2477 Ki Tracks .........................................815-732-3073 King City Dirt Riders...............................618-266-7208 Lamoine Ramblers M/C .........................309-837-9436 Lincoln Trail Motosports..........................217-932-2041 M.C. Moto Park......................................815-541-1209 Moto Pro, Inc.........................................815-539-9021 Motosports Enterprises ...........................815-234-2271 Muddy Waters .......................................309-948-1560 N.I.T.R.O .........................................815-335-2749 Pekin M/C .........................................309-231-4945 Pleasure Riders M/C ..............................217-247-2216 Riders M/C .........................................574-209-1234 Rock River Riders M/C ...........................815-645-2351 Splinter Creek Dirt Riders.......................618-977-5587 Stateline MX .........................................815-275-6686 Tri-City M/C, Inc. ...................................309-799-9449 Variety Riders M/C ................................815-434-3669 Woodstock Racing..................................815-337-3511 WFO Promotions....................................309-314-3343

District 17 Officers:

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

Event Directors: Enduro & GP, Ryan Moss ........................815-624-6535 Hare Scrambles, Jay Hall .......................217-566-3735 Hillclimb, Matt Peters.............................217-895-3067 Dirt Track, Stan Camp ............................309-208-6735 MX & SX, Gerhard Ward.........................815-539-9021 Trials, Ray Praskunas.............................815-388-9630

CYCLE USA, May 2014

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2014 D16 Events 13 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills Mike Gaborsky Senior Race 14 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills 21 NQ Fantasy Moto........................Tigerton AMA Pro-Am 28 * Sugar Maple Mx ..................Hill Point October 4 NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 5 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 12 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills Memorial Race

Hare Scrambles

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Motocross * = D16 Points NQ = No Quads

May 10 NQ 11 NQ 11 *NQ 17 18 * 25 *NQ

31 * June 1 1 *NQ 7 * 8 * 8 *NQ 14 15 *NQ 15 * 22 *NQ 28 28 * 29 * July 5 *

Pine Ridge Raceway ..........Athelstane Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills Pine Ridge Raceway ..........Athelstane CMJ I-94 Series .....................Baraboo Marshfield T&T Riders .......Marshfield Pine Ridge Raceway ..........Athelstane AMA Pro-Am Valley Raceway ..........Crystal Falls MI Valley Raceway ..........Crystal Falls MI CMJ Raceway...........................Hixton Range MX..................South Range MI Range MX..................South Range MI Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills X-Mas Family Mtrspt ......Christmas MI Arkansaw Creek C/C...........Arkansaw X-Mas Family Mtrspt ......Christmas MI Fantasy Moto........................Tigerton CMJ I-94 Series........................Hixton Sugar Maple Mx ..................Hill Point Sugar Maple Mx ..................Hill Point

Gravity Park USA ....................Chilton PM Race Practice 5:30 pm 6 * Gravity Park USA ....................Chilton 13 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills 23 CMJ-I94 .................................Portage 26 *NQ Arkansaw Creek C/C...........Arkansaw 27 *NQ Arkansaw Creek C/C...........Arkansaw August 2 * Gravity Park USA ....................Chilton PM Race Practice 5:30 pm 2 * X-Mas Family Mtrspt ......Christmas MI 3 * X-Mas Family Mtrspt ......Christmas MI 9 * Valley Raceway ..........Crystal Falls MI 10 * Valley Raceway ..........Crystal Falls MI 10 *NQ Aztalan Cycle Club..............Lake Mills 16 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 17 *NQ Fantasy Moto....................Wittenberg 22 CMJ-I94 ..................................Hustler 23 CMJ-I94 ..................................Hustler 23 NQ Fantasy Moto........................Tigerton 24 *NQ Fantasy Moto........................Tigerton 31 *NQ Pine Ridge Raceway ..........Athelstane AMA Pro-Am September 7 Arkansaw Creek C/C...........Arkansaw

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May 11 Fox Valley Off Road ...............Wedron June 1 CMJ Racing..............................Hixton 22 SEWER (tentative) ..............Long Lake July 13 Straight Arrows MC ...........Stone Lake 20 Fox Valley Off Road...........Wedron, IL August 3 CMJ Racing..............................Hixton 17 MOTR................................Stone Lake 24 Forest City Riders.................Byron, IL September 28 Rapid Angels MC Club.........WI Rapids

Dirt Track May 17 ST 18 TT 30 ST

Beaver CC ..............................Atwater Beaver CC ..............................Atwater SSTS..........................Plymouth Frgds Limited Classes, NO Points

June 7 HM Beaver Cycle ..............Dodge Co Frgds 21 ST Aztalan Cycle .....................Lake Mills 22 ST Aztalan Cycle .....................Lake Mills July 5 ST Rib Mt Riders.............................Unity 6 Rain date for Unity 12 TT Arkansaw Creek..................Arkansaw 13 TT Arkansaw CC.......................Arkansaw 19 ST Aztalan Cycle .....................Lake Mills 26 ST Rib Mountain Riders..................Unity August 2 ST Door Co Fair..................Sturgeon Bay Lmtd classes/ points, rain date 8/3 16 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 17 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 23 ST Beaver Cycle ..........................Atwater September 6 ST SSTs......................................Oshkosh 13 ST Beaver Cycle ..........................Atwater 14 TT Beaver Cycle .........................Atwater 20 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 21 ST Aztalan ..............................Lake Mills 28 Raindate for Arkansas

Trials May

17 18 June 8

WOTA ..................................Wauzeka WOTA ..................................Wauzeka WOTA .......................Black River Falls

July 19 WOTA ...................................Baraboo 20 WOTA ...................................Baraboo August 2 WOTA................................Dickeyville 3 WOTA................................Dickeyville 23 UMTA ...........................Thielman, MN 24 UMTA ...........................Thielman, MN September 6 WOTA ...................................Mauston 7 WOTA ...................................Mauston 20 WOTA .......................Black River Falls 21 WOTA .......................Black River Falls

Hillclimb May

10 11 June 1 15

Indianhead M/C............Redwing, MN Indianhead M/C............Redwing, MN

Rapid Angels M/C...........Wisc. Rapids Kettle Moraine SR .............Kewaskum Semi Pro, Stock Points only CMJ Raceway...........................Hixton

29 July 12 Indianhead M/C............Redwing, MN 13 Indianhead M/C............Redwing, MN August 3 CMJ Raceway...........................Hixton 16/17 Valley Springs M/C Club........Bay City AMA Grand Championship

Enduro June

15 29

Midwest Offroad TR...........Stone Lake U.P. Sandstormers........Marquette, MI National August 9 Hill & Gully Riders .........Roselawn, IN 10 Hill & Gully Riders ..........Roselawn IN 24 Straight Arrow ER .........Duquette, MN September 7 SE WI Enduro Riders................Adams 28 WFO Promotions ..............Geneseo, IL November (2015 points) 2 Riders M/C .................Goshen, IN

Dual Sports June

7/8 .........................WI Dual Sport Riders Wabeno September 27/28 WI Dual Sport Riders .............Wabeno October 19 Kettle Moraine Sprt Rdrs .......Allenton 25 Madison M/C ..................Cross Plains

Annual Meetings/ Banquet

November 7 District 16 MX Meeting ........Wis. Dells 8 Annual Meeting/Banquet ...Wis. Dells

District 16 Officers:

President, Todd Ellingson........................715-451-1168 V. President, Joe Stoppleworth................920-579-2372 Secretary, Judy Sumner .........................262-754-0686 Treasurer, Ken Schuck ............................608-873-9854 Registration, Erin Aune...........................414-331-6254 Dist.Legislative Off. Mike Schwarzenbacher ..........................920-319-6889

Referees and Pointskeepers:

Dirt Track, Danny Vrana.........................262-689-2842 Enduro, Curt Shomberg..........................608-438-6960 Hare Scram, Karl Lueschow ....................608-347-0519 Hillclimb, Mike Bronk.............................715-325-4034 Motocross, Dave Arva ............................262-255-2291 Dual Sport, Brett Lobajeski.....................920-922-4091 Trials, Kevin Huber.................................262-424-3581

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 DeGrave Motorsports Park...........906-466-7272 Door County Fair Association........920-746-7126 Fantasy Moto ..............................920-419-2863 Gravity Park USA ........................920-378-3864 Kettle Moraine Sports Riders........262-334-1743 Madison M/C ..............................608-220-5564 Marshfield T & T Riders................715-384-4555 Midwest Off Road Trail Riders ......715-743-4132 Pine Ridge Raceway ....................715-856-6612 Range Moto-X.............................906-369-2558 Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club.......715-421-5038 Rib Mountain Riders ....................715-573-4934 Southeast Wisconsin End Riders....262-930-0358 Southeastern Short Trackers.........262-754-0686 Sugar Maple MX..........................608-393-8812 UP Sandstormers.........................906-869-6724 Valley Raceway Inc......................906-367-0987 Valley Springs MC Club ................715-594-3726 Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders.........920-209-2317 Wisconsin Observed Trials ............319-624-2003 X-Mas Family Motorsports ...........906-202-2681 Associate Members Forest City Riders M/C ..........(IL) 815-624-6535 Fox Valley Off-Road..............(IL) 815-539-9021 Grand Kankakee Trail Riders .(IL) 708-269-9754 Hill And Gully.......................(IN) 708-261-3433 Indianhead MC Club............(MN) 651-764-1220 Riders M/C ..........................(IN) 574-248-2544 Straight Arrow End Riders ...(MN) 651-456-0224


2014 D23 Events October 5 Berm Benders..............................Mora 5 Echo Valley...........................Brookston 12 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 12 MotoCity ...................................Staples

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Motocross

May 4 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 4 MotoCity ...................................Staples 11 MotoCity ..............................Little Falls 18 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 18 Berm Benders..............................Mora 18 Echo Valley...........................Brookston 25 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 25 RTW Promos........................Cambridge 26 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 26 RTW Promos........................Cambridge June 1 MotoKazie..............................Mankato 1 Echo Valley...........................Brookston 8 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 8 MotoCity ...................................Staples 15 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 15 Berm Benders..............................Mora 15 MotoCity ..............................Little Falls 22 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 22 Echo Valley...........................Brookston 29 MotoKazie..............................Mankato 29 Berm Benders..............................Mora July 4 MotoCity ...................................Staples 6 MotoCity ...................................Staples 13 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 13 Berm Benders..............................Mora 18 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 20 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 20 RTW Promos........................Cambridge 27 Echo Valley...........................Brookston 27 Berm Benders..............................Mora August 3 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 3 MotoCity ...................................Staples 10 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 10 Berm Benders..............................Mora 17 MotoKazie..............................Mankato 17 MotoCity ..............................Little Falls 24 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 24 RTW Promos........................Cambridge 31 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 31 Berm Benders..............................Mora September 1 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 1 Berm Benders..............................Mora 7 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 7 Echo Valley...........................Brookston 14 MotoCity ...................................Staples 14 Straight Arrows...................Grantsburg 21 MotoKazie................................Kellogg 21 MotoCity ..............................Little Falls 28 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 28 RTW Promos........................Cambridge

Non-Point MX Races

July 19 Spring Creek MX........Millville Pro Race

Quad Motocross

May 25 RTW Promos........................Cambridge 26 RTW Promos........................Cambridge June 29 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville National, No points July 4 MotoCity ...................................Staples 6 MotoCity ...................................Staples 20 RTW Promos........................Cambridge August 24 RTW Promos........................Cambridge September 28 RTW Promos........................Cambridge

Trail Ride

May 17 Golden Eagles........................Thielman 18 Golden Eagles........................Thielman June 7 MotoKazie .................................Carver 21 Kayto Cycle Club.....................Mankato 22 Kayto Cycle Club.....................Mankato September 6 Golden Eagles........................Thielman 7 Golden Eagles........................Thielman 27 Twin Cities TR ....................Huntersville 28 Twin Cities TR ....................Huntersville October 18 Paul Bunyan FR .........................Akeley 19 Paul Bunyan FR .........................Akeley

Adventure-Dual Sport

June 28 Norsemen MC ...........................Walker 29 Norsemen MC ...........................Walker September 27 Norsemen MC ...................Danbury, WI

Road

May 31 Make a Wish Ride .........VFW South St. Paul June 1 Flying Dutchman MC ....................New Ulm

Hare Scramble

May 4 Norsemen MC......................Cambridge 11 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville June 8 MotoKazie .................................Carver July 13 Straight Arrows ...................Stone Lake August 3 Range Riders .................................TBA 17 MOTR............................Stone Lake, WI September 14 Spring Creek MX ......................Millville 21 Norsemen MC ......................Trollhagen

October 5 Staples .....................................Staples 12 Golden Eagles........................Mazeppa

Enduro

May 31 River Valley ER ..................Huntersville June 1 River Valley ER ..................Huntersville 14 MOTR..................................Stone Lake 15 MOTR..................................Stone Lake July 26 Norsemen MC ..............................Mora 27 Norsemen MC ..............................Mora August 9 Paul Bunyan FR .........................Akeley 10 Paul Bunyan FR .........................Akeley 23 Straight Arrows ......................Duquette 24 Straight Arrows ......................Duquette

Hillclimb

May 10 Indianhead MC Club ..............Red Wing 11 Indianhead MC Club ..............Red Wing June 7 Kayto Cycle Club.....................Mankato 29 CMJ Raceway .......................Hixton, WI July 12 Indianhead MC Club ..............Red Wing 13 Indianhead MC Club ..............Red Wing 26 Kayto Cycle Club.....................Mankato August 3 CMJ Raceway .......................Hixton, WI 16 Valley Springs MC ..............Bay City, WI Non-Points, National 17 Valley Springs MC ..............Bay City, WI Non-Points, National 23 Kayto Cycle Club.....................Mankato 24 Flying Dutchman....................New Ulm

Flat Track

May 31 ST North Central DT ......Isanti City Frgrnds June 14 ST North Central DT ............................TBA 28 ST North Central DT ......Isanti City Frgrnds July 12 TT Arkansaw Cycle Club .......Arkansaw, WI 13 TT Arkansaw Cycle Club .......Arkansaw, WI 27 TT Norsemen MC......................Cambridge August 2 ST North Central DT ......Isanti City Frgrnds 16 TT North Central DT .................Hutchinson September 14 TT Norsemen MC......................Cambridge 20 ST Flying Dutchmen....................New Ulm 21 ST Flying Dutchmen....................New Ulm

District 23 Elected Officers

Government Relations Tom & Karen Umphress .........................612-965-8618 tom@tnkent.com Trail Rider Vice Chairman Duane Nienow ......................................952-213-3840 dnienow1@comcast.net Recognition Chair, Owen Riess ...........952-240-3020 Webmaster, Bayley Boehlke...............612-616-9053 Membership David Wessling......................................612-385-8254 david_wessling@comcast.net

D23 AMA Congressman

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

Class Representatives: MX 50cc MICRO, Clay Olson...................763-226-5767 Greta Martin .........................................507-753-2779 MX MINI Classes, Steve Boatman ...........612-418-7275 Spencer Kadlec.....................................218-270-0423 MX 250, Scott Cripps .............................320-587-7134 Dale Kadlec...........................................218.894.2826 MX Open, Mike Quinn Jr........................507-254-9554 Karla Broughton ...................................651-429-4786 125cc 2-Stroke/Junior/Schoolboy Dave Ingalls..........................................612-868-5769 MX 14-24, Greg Aspros .........................218-821-5969 MX +25/30, Mark Becker.....................630-640-8267 MX +40/45/50/55/60, Kevin Sheetz...952-567-3614 MX Women/Girls, Trisha Hoover............763-486-2428 MX Quad, Cory Otte ..............................320-583-1994 Dirt Track, Bayley Boehlke ....................612-616-9053 Hill Climb, Kaleb Northrup.....................952-210-8208 Tim Cain ..............................................651-442-3888 Enduro, Dan Banks ...............................612-282-5383 Yth Hare Scram & Enduro, Jim Artman...763-656-3866 Hare Scrambles, Paul Otto.....................763-229-1177 Jessica Noaeill.......................................651-587-4435 Road, John Otto ....................................952-445-2942

District 23 Club and Promoters

Berm Benders Inc..................................320-679-2582 Echo Valley ...........................................218-348-4754 Flying Dutchmen...................................507-388-1671 Golden Eagles .......................................715-307-0936 Hi-Winders............................................507-753-2779 Indianhead Cycle Club ...........................651-764-1220 Kato Cycle Club .....................................612-866-0257 Midway Recreation Park........................952-601-1169 Motocity Raceway .................................218-894-2826 Motokazie ............................................952-601-1169 Norsemen Motorcycle Club.....................952-881-3840 North Central Dirt Track.........................612-616-9053 Paul Bunyan Forest Riders.....................218-739-5252 Range Riders ........................................218-341-9691 RM Promotions .....................................218-894-2826 RTW Race Promo/Cambridge.................218-894-2826 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders.................651-277-1047 Twin Cities Trail Riders ...........................612-965-8618 Valley Springs MC..................................651-380-2351 District 16 clubs with D23 events: Arkansaw Cycle Park.............................715-285-5679 CMJ Raceway........................................608-220-6853

Chairman, Mike Quinn.........................507-288-2612 mquinn4@charter.net Vice Chairman, Leslie Vanderwerf.......952-469-3841 lvanderwerf@frontiernet.net Treasurer, Karen Umphress .................612-965-8619 karen@tnkent.com MX Vice Chairman, MarkVanderwerf.952-469-3841 tzracer46@hotmail.com

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