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Nelson tops Trollhaugen Dresser, Wisconsin - September 25 By Paul Otto

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ain, rain go away. The internet blew up days before round 7 of the District 23 Hare Scramble Series in Dresser, WI at the Trollhaugen Ski Resort as Mother Nature has been rearing her ugly head in the form of rain. Worried about all the rain, riders or should we call them fair weather riders had been badgering trail boss Dan Banks on how much rain the course has received and how the trails looked. In true fashion there’s always more rain, the trails are always rockier, sandier and muddier or whatever you don’t like, than what the trail boss reports. Its humorous that people even ask. Even with the conditions the Norsemen Motorcycle Club worked with what they had and took those lemons and made lemonade. Some may say there was too much water in the lemonade, but it was still lemonade.

Miranda Tweeton on her way to winning the Women’s class.

#94 Kyle Nelson & #2 Nick Swenson squaring off at the start.

Steve Lundberg kicked off the event with an awesome guitar solo of the National Anthem. Now all patriotic and ready to roll the main event was ready to fire off the line and find out what the course had in store for them. With a shotgun start the AA riders shot off the line with non other than Kyle Nelson on his easy to start KTM 150 getting off to an early lead. From there, he never looked back. Nelson maintained a sizable lead over newly crowned Enduro champ Nick Swenson on his Checkpoint OR backed CRF250. Swenson who also had a sizable lead over eventual third place rider Tyler Pogreba, took a swim on the last lap with his bike. Luckily, several bystanders were there to help pull him out in time as Pogreba closed the gap

within a couple of seconds. Lady luck was on his side as Swenson needs every point he can get to stay close to Nelson in points. Separated by only 12 points and one race to go it’s Nelson’s championship to lose at this point. Jayme French is on fire as of late. The Premier rider picked up a win four races into the season and has pulled out four more since then. The only rider to do five laps and to have lap times within nine seconds of each other when the track continues to deteriorate shows some real consistency out of the youngster. French also took first in the Junior class which runs with the C class. French was able to place an impressive 16th place Overall C in some pretty gnarly conditions. Looks like someone might be able to slide right into B class and be competitive. Another strong rider in these classes is the #12 of Isaac Newport. Newport has been consistent all year placing in second but, unfortunately on this day his race was cut short due to a clutch problem that left him stranded out on the trails. Sources say his mechanic was quickly fired and then immediately reinstated when he realized he needed a ride home. Capitalizing on Newport’s misfortune was Jason Albers, taking second and Caleb Sledd jumping on the box for third. Zach Wittmer finally put his big boy pants on, albeit in the form of pink Troy Lee pants and moved up to the B class after a long career in the 250C class. CYCLE USA, December 2016

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Jayme French had a great day, winning the Premier class.


Wittmer reported that he did 2 ¾ laps and had his best finish ever. When asked about the other ¼ he replied that his legs felt like jelly from pedaling up and down the rutted hills, he was tired and the trail was close to his truck. When asked if the extra hour of riding wore him out he said no that he’s done several GNCC races and the C class runs two hours so he knew what to expect. The Micro/Macro riders had a hard time. Hosting an event at a ski resorts is a battle in itself to find enough flat ground for their little tires. Now add rain to the mix and you have a real battle on your hands. If you want to get in a good workout become a sweep rider for this class as all the volunteers find themselves picking up bikes, getting them unstuck, starting them and then doing it all over 10 feet down the trail. That’s not the norm, but in these type of conditions it’s inevitable. In the end we give credit to all the kids that came out, took on the challenge and learned some valuable lessons. At the checkers it was Eric Niedzieski, Austin Holasek and Louie Etzel taking the top spots in the Micro class and Ruslan Johnson, Maxwell Munoz and Ethan Anderson stealing the show in the Macro class. Nice job guys. Another successful race is in the books. Props to all who showed up and tackled the harsh conditions. Thanks to the Norsemen Motorcycle Club and all whom helped put on this race. It’s come down to the last race of the season. Best of luck to all. Results: AA: 1.Kyle Nelson 2.Nicholas Swenson 3.Tyler Pogreba 4.Mathew Stavish 5.Craig Holasek 200A: 1.Jack Maki 2.Rob Lange 3.Jerry Costello 250A: 1.Mitchell Krueger 2.Daniel Holmes 3.Jason Cysiewski 4.Alex Tweeton 5.Kevin Burns Open A: 1.Dan Illies 2.Drey Lacroix 3.Paul Reschke 4.Justin Ponter 5.Roy Fleming +30A: 1.Curt Plzak 2.Garrett Hansen 3.Jake Hinkemeyer 4.Brandon Hansen 5.Josh Patzoldt +40A: 1.Chad Tupper 2.Allen Jenrich 3.Dan Magnuson 4.Sean Mowry 5.Jason Mccoy +50A: 1.Dave Schreiner 2.Ralph Feld 3.Kelvin Huotari 200B: 1.Broc Graif 2.Dalton Kittock 3.Jack Klein 4.Brady Kittock 5.Myles Craven 250B: 1.Jonathan Theisen 2.Jarrett Loegering 3.Logan Boettcher 4.Jacob Prebe 5.John Downey Open B: 1.John Weir 2.Troy Luedke 3.Clint Huff 4.Cole Miller 5.Chad Grinhaug +30C: 1.Coy Jackson 2.Jake Mancina 3.Keith Grundhofer 4.Scott Miller 5.Aaron Cihlar +40B: 1.Greg Foeller 2.Kurt Olsen 3.Jason Naughton +50B: 1.Tim Gregory 2.Kevin Hufnagle 3.Randy Miller 4.Gary Walton 5.Steven Novak Jason Cysiewski finished third in 250A. CYCLE USA, December 2016

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200C: 1.Ross Niewoehner 2.Chanler Lokken 3.Derek Smith 4.Kyle Magnuson 5.John Neuman 250C: 1.Hunter Peters 2.Derek Kulzer 3.Xavier Foeller 4.Baird Erkenbrack 5.Derek Werner Open C: 1.Mike Mickelson 2.John Liebl 3.Nathan Berger 4.Zachary Leaf 5.Justin Link +30C: 1.Oeslen Costa 2.Brent Swygman 3.Rogerio Bonfim 4.Peter Anderson 5.Mike Chlan +40C: 1.Chris Bush 2.Jeff Hayford 3.Barry Hirschey 4.Brad Schoen 5.Darren Wahl +50C: 1.Steve Brown 2.Christopher Holicky 3.Denver Harris 4.Ed Sowle 5.Steven Werner Masters: 1.Steve Reschke 2.Terry Wagoner 3.Timothy Larson GM: 1.Jim Erickson Women: 1.Miranda Tweeton 2.Aundrea Artmann 3.Kelsey Grinhaug 4.Renee Ward 5.Cassie Flanagan Women +30: 1.Candy Mae Niewoehaner Junior: 1.Jayme French 2.Josiah Van Moer 3.Trevor Stromgren 4.Jordan Silvera 5.Heath Foeller Sports: 1.Jordan Schlosser 2.Tanner Anderson 3.James Artmann 4.Jake Johnson 5.Jesse Mickelson XR: 1.Nate Magning 2.Josh Morgel 3.Merlin Hibbs Premier: 1.Jayme French 2.Jason Albers 3.Caleb Sledd 4.Ryder Gerulli 5.Charlie Siebenaler PeeWee: 1.Travis Illies 2.Myles Munoz 3.Allison Siebenaler 4.Blake Auckland 5.Cooper Anderson Girls: 1.Sydney Van Moer 2.Ryanne Artmann Macro: 1.Ruslan Johnson 2.Maxwell Munoz 3.Ethan Anderson 4.Caleb Brixen 5.Rose Niewoehner Micro: 1.Eric Niedzielski 2.Austin Holasek 3.Louie Etzel 4.Lucas Stageberg 5.Collin Magnuson

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#95 Josiah Van Moer slides down one of the slick hills


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From the Back of the Pack Mike Quinn, D23 Chairman This is the last issue of Cycle USA for the 2016 season. It is a double issue so it contains all of our events from September and October. We still have our awards ceremonies for each discipline coming up. The dates, times, and locations can be found on the ARMCA website. The class champion jackets are being readied, we will also be awarding a jacket to the B and C class winners this year. We’re looking to make more District apparel available in the near future, as we need to get out name out there as I have talked about before. One of the best and most efficient ways to do that is to wear our apparel. December 17th, at 1:00 P.M. at the Knights of Columbus Hall on American Blvd in Bloomington will be the site of our annual business meeting. Eric Kudla is the go to man for D23 at the AMA. He will be attending the meeting to answer questions and cover new programs within the AMA. In addition to hearing from Eric we will have congress reports from all four of our congress attendees. Rules change proposals will be voted on by the membership at this meeting. I will bring you up to speed on all the district business, including our financial, and membership reports. Lastly we will be electing the board of directors, officers and class representatives. These are the people that make the decisions for you as members. It is important for you to be there and vote or be nominated for a position. Please feel free to volunteer for any position that you feel is important and you can be a positive influence on. All of our disciplines have now finished their respective seasons, the points have been tallied, and the awards points posted on our website. For those of you in the top three in your class make sure you go the website and submit your

Announcements, personal stuff, and.... picture in the correct format so we can get it in our awards program. Make sure that you find the application for award ceremony tickets and get it sent in as seating for the MX awards and meal is limited. It is best to get tickets early for all ceremonies if you plan on attending. We have been discussing any format changes to the MX program but so far nothing is set in stone. I do think that the end of season Featured Events “may” have week off in between them. There has also been some discussion about the possible addition of a Sprint Enduro being added to the Off-road schedule. This would be a welcome addition to the schedule. Some of these items and issues may have been set in stone by the time you read this. One last reminder that a racer has to be 16 years old to ride any bike larger than a 350cc for the 2017 season. That limit will drop to 250cc in 2018. A racer has to be 16 as of the day of the event to ride anything larger than a 350. Look for all the new AMA rules to be posted in January of 17. There weren’t a lot of new rules or changes, but they have to ratified by the board of trustees prior to being put in force. They usually meet in early January. That’s about all I have for right now. Look for plenty of new information in the first issue of 17. Also keep up to date by going to ARMCA.org. Enjoy the off season, but don’t let up on your training. I know I’m looking forward to the start of the SX season, with luck we’ll get to see many of our MN pros at the new stadium. Until the snow melts and our next season starts take care have a great Holiday Season, and keep dreaming of the wins you want to get next season. Mike

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Motosports Park Vet Race Byron, Illinois - September 24 By Josh Rud, Shift One Photography

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he end of September came with the annual RacerX Vet Race out at Motosports Park. There was a great turn out at the park and some excellent racing over the weekend with fall starting to show itself in the Midwest. The track was in great shape today with some nice lines forming. There was plenty going on this weekend to keep everyone entertained on and off the track. It was a very cool race to check out with an interesting format of all adult classes. Up early in the +45A first moto David Hayes took the win followed by Roy Nafzger and Mark Marescalco. The second moto dropped with Nafzger pulling the holeshot being chased down by Hayes and James Ricci. Hayes took the lead as they made their way towards the back of the track. Coming up the step-up Ricci went down allowing Joseph Beher to slide into third as Nafzger re-took the lead. As the laps ticked by Marescalco was on the charge after a bad start and in the final lap he was able to get into third. Nafzger took the win and overall for the day, Hayes in second and Marescalco rounded things out with a third overall. +18A was a great race. In the first moto Byron Downen took the win ahead of Sean Hallin and Brandon Marescalco. They took off the line for moto two with Downen jumping out front followed by Billy Holzapfel and Hallin. Coming around the sweeper Marescalco took over third and was gunning for the front. Coming through the sand a small mistake left Downen on his side moving Holzapfel to the front with Marescalco in second and Joshua Marescalco third.

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Downen got up in last place and started a charge back to the front. By the final lap he was up to third and right behind Brandon Marescalco actually passing him over the finish line, but not before the transponders giving a third place for the moto. Downen did however take the overall with Brandon Marescalco second overall and Holzapfel taking third overall having a fifth place in the first moto. There was a lot of passing going on in +55 making for some exciting racing. In the first moto Roy Nafzger took the win followed by Rick Munson and Ronald Downen. The second moto got underway with nineteen riders heading for the first turn. Tim Boblin grabbed the holeshot with Richard Crouthers and Nafzger right behind him. Nafzger made quick work in the next turn moving up to second and then to the front as they hit the sweeper. They jostled Boblin into second with Downen on the gas, moving up to third as the pack started to settle into a grove. Downen was keeping up a good pace and took over second while Munson was making his way up as well. Munson got into a good battle and finally got an inside line to take over third. Time ran out as the checkers flew giving Nafzger another overall for the day, Downen was second overall while Munson grabbed third. +60 was up next with another large group out there making it look easy. In the first moto Rick Munson was back taking the win with Wayne Welzien in second and Steve Medcalf third. The second moto got underway with Munson jumping out front and not looking back followed by Welzien. Coming through the sweeper Dave Antolak moved up to second, bumping Welzien back to third.

Antolak and Welzien went back and forth for several laps before Welzien secured second and Michael Zimmerman moved in on the opportunity grabbing third. Not to be forgotten, Medcalf was riding smooth making up for a bad start and pushed back into third place as the laps quickly ticked by. Coming across the finish Munson took the sweep grabbing the overall, Welzien in second and Medcalf third. It was an awesome day of racing out at Motosports Park. It was some exciting racing all day with plenty of battles to keep things interesting. The day was capped off with some awards and some special vintage racing, plus the vintage pit bike race to get everyone out there cheering. Results: +18A: 1.Byron Downen 2.Brandon Marescalco 3.Billy Holzapfel 4.Sean Hallin 5.Joshua Marescalco +18B/C: 1.Eric Leach 2.Eric Brinkmann 3.Steven Minkus 4.William Gibilisco 5.Isaac Mancini 6.Josh Gomski +25A: 1.Christopher Antolak 2.Joshua Marescalco 3.Michael Kingstad 4.John Medcalf +25B/C: 1.Corey Caby 2.Jeffery Bridges 3.Eric Leach 4.Sean Eisen 5.Chris Krajewski +30A: 1.Nathan Gibilisco 2.Tim White 3.John Medcalf +30B/C: 1.Corey Caby 2.Chris Krajewski 3.Daniel Smith 4.Adam Dewald 5.Brandon Wise +35A: 1.Tim White +35B/C: 1.Birgit Schelkle 2.Casey Kloepping +40A: 1.David Hayes 2.Mark Marescalco 3.Troy Kalina 4.Joseph Beher +40B/C: 1.Casey Kloepping 2.Andrew Cole 3.Charles Smith 4.John Cooke 5.James Wehrman +45A: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.David Hayes 3.Mark Marescalco 4.Joseph Beher 5.Troy Kalina +45B/C: 1.Andrew Cole 2.John Cooke 3.Rob Van De Cappelle 4.David Yurko 5.Jay Calkins +50A: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.David Hayes 3.Ronald Downen 4.Tim Boblin 5.Richard Crouthers +50B/C: 1.Lonnie Urban 2.Jay Calkins 3.Steve Wilmington 4.Pete Minett 5.Tom Conroy +55: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.Ronald Downen 3.Rick Munson 4.Tim Boblin 5.William Holzapfel +60: 1.Rick Munson 2.Wayne Welzien 3.Steve Medcalf 4.Michael Zimmerman 5.Dave Antolak


Wisconsin’s Michael Zimmerman going to third overall in the +60 class.


Labor Day at Pine Ridge Athelstane, Wisconsin -september 4 By Cody Wills

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f it’s Labor Day it’s Fall Classic time at Pine Ridge Raceway. The last chance riders got to hit the track was back at the Loretta Lynn qualifier weekend in May. This year although the Labor Day weekend was not a Pro-Am, the turnout was still fantastic, people didn’t want to miss out on a final chance to get a gate drop at the beautiful north woods Pine Ridge Raceway. Also a thing to notice this time of the year is the amount of riders checking out new tracks for their first time as they chase the yearend points for District 16. Some guys will travel to the north to race tracks that they have only heard about and now have a great reason to be there. Open C and 250C had a points battle of their own going on between Brock Noreen, Scott Fifarek and a few others. Noreen has been on the gas the past few weeks and today was no different. Noreen went four for four on the day extending that points lead in both classes. Fifarek had a solid day with 3-5 scores in 250C and 3-7 in Open to keep him in the

hunt. Nick Jacobson, second at the time Strauss in moto one while Ahola had in points in Open C went 6-9 for seventh troubles handing second and third to Ponwhich was a big loss to Noreen on the ton and Strauss. Moto two had Strauss’ day. The Sportsman’s class saw some dominance by Ryder Hanninen, with the battle was behind him. Cody Warren and Jordan Nielsen fought for second in moto one and Warren ended up getting the better end of the deal. Nick Randrup picked up fourth behind Nielsen. Moto two saw Cody Jones get back in the mix and finish in that second spot behind Hanninen. Randrup was looking to improve his moto one performance by staying on the tail of Jones in second, but had to settle for third. Warren picked up fourth in the moto but the 2-4 scores was good enough for second overall as Jones went 5-2 for third. The A classes had a couple of north woods regulars doing battles. Open A saw some dominance by Dylan Ziolkowski in both motos. The real battle was between Taylor Strauss, Dennis Ponton, and Kyle Wayne Welzien waiting for the start of his +50 class. Ahola. Ponton got the best of

Dylan Ziolkowski out to a big lead early in the Open A class, as everyone works through the beautiful whoops of Pine Ridge MX.


125Jr rider Bailey Otis went 3-6 for fourth overall.

put his Rob’s Performance KTM out to a good start but it wasn’t long before Ziolkowski took over where he left off in moto one. Strauss was fast enough to hold on to second as Ahola rebounded for a third on his TM. Ponton settled for fourth, but good enough for third overall behind Strauss. Going back to the District 16 points battle we found one in the 250A class, as Ponton and Ahola. Ahola got the best of Ponton in both motos, forcing the battle to move on to the next round. Another close point’s battle continued in the 65 class between Deegan Van Vreede and Gavin Templen. Deegan held the points lead. They would both flex their muscle against the others going 1-2 in dominate fashion. Unfortunately for Gavin, Deegan extended his lead. That’s a wrap for the 2016 season at Pine Ridge. People who came for their first time or maybe their first time in a long time where treated to great weather and an excellent track provided by the Pine Ridge crew. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for the 2017 season.

Scott Fifarek pushed to fourth in the 250C class. Results: +30B/C: 1.Matt Mullen 2.Jake Shallow 3.Elijah Gorecki 4.Richard Gouge 5.Chris Frisch 125Jr 12-16: 1.Marco Gravedoni 2.Ezra Graumann 3.Ronald Schmidt 4.Bailey Otis 5.Brody Darga 65 7-11: 1.Deegan Vanvreede 2.Gavin Templen 3.Dimetri Balko 4.Ethan Ebben 5.Logan Kresal +50: 1.Jeffrey Mclain 2.Joe Ludwig 3.Mike Schram 4.Lonnie Urban 5.Wayne Welzien +30 2-Str: 1.Craig Wallace 2.Kevin Guseck 3.Benjamin Graves 4.Dave Bickel 250C: 1.Brock Noreen 2.Gabe Rasmussen 3.Ronald Schmidt 4.Scott Fifarek 5.Easton Ruiz 250B: 1.Cody Jones 2.Jacob Lepak 3.Brandon Hoffman 4.Nicholas Randrup 5.Tristin Fuerst 250A: 1.Kyle Ahola 2.Dennis Ponton 3.Taylor Strauss 4.Mason Persha 5.Austin Hamburgur 85cc 9-11: 1.Easton Block 2.Drake Dionne 3.Drake Morrison 4.Gavin Templen 5.Kyle Zuleger 85cc 12-15: 1.Andrew Combs 2.Preston Maki 3.Anthony Lindholm 4.Dylan Mecalis 5.Matthew Aho +25A: 1.Dylan Ziolkowski 2.Brian Ludwig 3.Andrew Hazen 4.Mike Haydo 5.Shawn Zeugner +25B/C: 1.Brandon Hoffman 2.Derek Busse 3.Matt Mullen 4.Elijah Gorecki 5.Timothy Muhlenbeck SuperMini 12-15: 1.Josh Bowman 2.Devon Bournonville Women: 1.Kendra Randrup 2.Sierra Heindl 3.Mariah Lacount 4.Angeleah Gravedoni 5.Chelsy Wisniewski 85cc 9-13: 1.Andrew Combs 2.Preston Maki 3.Easton Block 4.Anthony Lindholm 5.Dylan Mecalis

+30A: 1.Broc Stroebel 2.Darin Dionne 3.Craig Wallace 4.Cody Wills 5.Dan Van Daalwyk Open C: 1.Brock Noreen 2.Dante Hatfield 3.Jacob Pilman 4.Broc Watzka 5.Easton Ruiz Open B: 1.Ryder Hanninen 2.Jacob Lepak 3.Derek Busse 4.Cody Ciszewski 5.Jordan Nielsen Open A: 1.Dylan Ziolkowski 2.Taylor Strauss 3.Dennis Ponton 4.Austin Childers 5.Kyle Ahola +40: 1.Darin Dionne 2.Jason Heindl 3.Nick Furno 4.Marc Ottenad 5.Dan Van Daalwyk Sports B/C: 1.Ryder Hanninen 2.Cody Warren 3.Cody Jones 4.Nicholas Randrup 5.Jordan Nielsen 2-Stroke B/C: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Ezra Graumann 3.Ryder Sigler 4.Nick Jacobson 5.Kendra Randrup 65 Beg: 1.Daylon Teddy 2.Angelina Hooker 50cc 7-8: 1.Cruz Anschutz 2.Jace Miller 3.Logan Kresal 4.Kane Kalies 5.Bryce Carlson 50cc 4-6: 1.Cole Goedert 2.Taylor Ebben 3.Ryder Kropa 4.Braden Rose 5.Brayton Wills

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Miller takes two at Millville

Trevor Lind (#633) rips off the gate in the +25A class.

Millville, Minnesota - September 11 By Rolfe Otterness

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enry Miller grabbed wins in two classes at the Spring Creek 2016 Super Series finale, taking top spot in the 14-24A and 250A classes over some tough competition. Miller has been absent from Spring Creek for most of the season as he attacked the national circuit, but showed he could still navigate the track here with speed while dicing with top talent such as Zack Williams, Nick Schnagl and Jerry Robin. Other riders that wrapped up the series with great performances were Domenic Hegman in the 65cc classes, Jayden Clough on his 85cc bike, Josh Boaz in Supermini, Schoolboy and 125 Two Stroke and Ben Adamson taking 14-24B, 250B and Open B. The track was in decent shape although the uphill on the west side of the track was still rerouted due to rain runoff damage from the ‘monsoon’ season which was unleashed upon southern Minnesota this summer. As starter Tom Kidd dropped the gate on the 85cc 9-12 class, Jayden Clough surged from the line and led the pack through turn one. Avery Long and Drew Sampson were quick to give chase as they headed down toward the sand 16

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whoops. Clough has had great speed and endurance this season, still Long kept the pressure on for the first couple of laps with Sampson running just behind. At about the halfway point in the moto Clough managed to start edging away a bit and when the checkered flew the top three riders were spread out with four or five seconds between. James Clough moved up in the order late in the moto to take fourth with Trevin Nelson snaring fifth. Long came flying out to lead the pack through turn one in the second moto but Jayden C. was able to quickly demote him to second and lead the first lap. Clough and Long took off out front while James C. and Sampson got into a battle over third that raged for most of the moto before James hung on for third when they took the finish line jump four laps later. Jayden C. and Long crossed the line ahead of them and Nelson was a bit behind to tally another fifth. Brandon Johnson led the pack as the 14-24C class rounded turn one for their first moto. Johnson held onto the lead for the first lap but trouble was knocking on his rear fender as Aaron Blackstone and Hunter Meyer trailed him up and over the Holy Schmit jump. Blackstone and Meyer were quickly by him on lap two

with Zack Strecker also working his way into third. Blackstone turned up the wick on his YZ and pulled away from Meyer to take the win by about seven seconds at moto’s end. Strecker was about ten bike lengths back for third with Alex Damlow fourth over Justin Evans. Strecker must have built his confidence to a new level in his moto one charge as he blasted into the lead when the gate dropped on moto two. He set a good pace and held strong for the entire race to take the win over Blackstone. Johnson settled into third, maintaining position to the flag with Nick Fox running in for fourth. Meyer moved up to fifth late in the moto after working his way up from a

slow start. Nick Jackson ripped up the start straight on his KX450 to lead the Open A charge onto the track, grabbing the Catallia Foods holeshot money. Zack Williams was quick to get by with Jerry Robin and Henry Miller in tow. Robin took over on lap two with Williams staying close followed by Nick Schnagl. Miller soon dropped out with unspecified problems. Robin and Williams stayed close until the last lap when Williams had some kind of problem and dropped off the pace. Robin snapped up the win while Williams managed to hold of Schnagl in the final dash to the line. Brennan Myers and Riley Kroone rounded out the top five. Jackson held the early lead in moto two before Miller, Williams and Schnagl got by on the first lap. Miller went the rest of the moto in the lead with Williams pretty close. Robin worked his way into third passing Schnagl early in the moto. Schnagl was fourth over Myers when they finally crossed the finish line. This ends the 2016 Super Series, before the competition continues in October as the 2017 series begins. Results: Beginner 4-8: 1.Calum Fisher 2.Keaton Oconnor 3.Louis Oswald 4.Austin Moeller 5.Cory Kissner


Adam Johnson leads Jed O’Connor through a loamy corner. Beginner 7-11: 1.Jacob Peters 2.Kai Morgan 3.Milo Maas 4.Landon Markee 5.Britton Kinney 50cc 4-6: 1.Kai Morgan 2.Coen Abel 3.James Schaffer 4.Beau Noaeill 50cc 7-8: 1.Christian Berg 2.Braxton Kragenbring 3.Cade Groen 4.Blake Gyldenvand 5.Aj Aasen 50cc Oil Inj 4-8: 1.James Schaffer 2.Briar Madison 3.Colin Megaw 4.Wyatt Niedfeldt 5.Carson Wittman 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Wyatt Niedfeldt 2.Colin Megaw 3.Jameson Olson 4.Carson Wittman 5.Hudson Beckman 65cc 7-9: 1.Braden Long 2.Wyatt Mcgrath 3.Tanner Schlegel 4.Christian Berg 5.Brady Karolevitz 65cc 10-11: 1.Domenic Hegman 2.Brodie Boumeester 3.Gannon Blaiser 4.Jacob Oehrlein 5.Jack Gyldenvand 65cc 7-11: 1.Domenic Hegman 2.Braden Long 3.Wyatt Mcgrath 4.Tanner Schlegel 5.Christian Berg 85cc 9-11: 1.Jayden Clough 2.Avery Long 3.James Clough 4.Cameron Skaalerud 5.Luke Geis 85cc 12-15: 1.Dawson Biermann 2.Trevin Nelson 3.Drew Sampson 4.Mason Grecula 5.Gavin Tilford 85cc 9-12: 1.Jayden Clough 2.Avery Long 3.James Clough 4.Drew Sampson 5.Trevin Nelson Supermini: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Dawson Biermann 3.Dalton Hein Schlboy 1 12-16: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Dillon Nelson 4.Dalton Hein 5.Jaden Rolbiecki Schlboy 2 14-16: 1.Devin Stang 2.Gage Fisher 3.Bailey Kroone 4.Gavin Janovsky 5.Nick Fox 14-24A: 1.Henry Miller 2.Zack Williams 3.Brennan Myers 4.Chase Becker 5.Collin Reinhart 14-24B: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Seth Fischer 3.Gage Fisher 4.Kaleb Dekeyrel 5.Drew Slocum 14-24C: 1.Aaron Blackstone 2.Zach Strecker 3.Hunter Meyer 4.Brandon Johnson 5.Justin Evans +25A: 1.Nicholas Jackson 2.Clayton Olson 3.Trevor Lind 4.Tyler Fischer 5.Marshall Berns +25B: 1.Brent Barber 2.Ryan Berns 3.Matt Meyers 4.David Neumann 5.Dylan Larson +25C: 1.Grady Pyburn 2.Shane Clark 3.Caleb Rosendahl 4.Taylor Thooft 5.Joshua Lindner +30A: 1.Mike Luoma 2.Brent Mason 3.Jed Oconnor

4.Mathew Dohrn 5.Collin Rigelman +30B: 1.David Neumann 2.Anthony Gardner 3.Brian Mccarthy 4.Beau Boerner 5.Joe Jenniges

+30C: 1.Shane Clark 2.Gerritt Clark 3.Daniel Schumacker 4.Jesse Beaver 5.Jason Ritt +35A: 1.Brent Mason 2.Jed Oconnor 3.Adam Johnson 4.William Logan 5.Scott Steinle +35B: 1.Jimmy Diedrich 2.Brenan Clark 3.Joe Jenniges 4.Joseph Kidd 5.Dominique Turner +35C: 1.Benny Van Cleve 2.Travis Kinney 3.Daniel Schumacker 4.Jason Ritt 5.Josh Fischer +40A: 1.Mike Luoma 2.William Logan 3.Scott Steinle 4.Robert Rauner 5.Matthew Ludescher +40B: 1.Scott Robinson 2.Jimmy Diedrich 3.Timothy Walker 4.Keith Damlow 5.Brad Davis +40C: 1.Benny Van Cleve 2.Travis Kinney 3.Paul Haack 4.Michael Jenson 5.John Kersten +45A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.David Spizman 3.Tim Bernloehr 4.Matthew Ludescher 5.Jack Parenteau +45B/C: 1.Scott Robinson 2.Timothy Walker 3.Jeff Ramsay 4.Dan Frasson 5.Jay Calkins +50: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Tim Bernloehr 3.David Spizman 4.Carl Hein 5.Richard Riehm +50B/C: 1.Jeff Ramsay 2.Jay Calkins 3.Gary Behrens 4.Larry Steuck 5.John Kersten +55: 1.Donny Bonnicksen 2.Richard Riehm 3.Jerry Dillon 4.Jack Parenteau 5.Jerry Schulze +55B/C: 1.Jay Watts 2.Steven Arndt 3.Mike Quinn Sr 4.Rolfe Otterness +60: 1.Jerry Schulze 2.Dana Koenig 3.Jerry Bumgardner 4.Lynn Meyer 5.Mike Quinn Sr Girls Jr. 9-12: 1.Lily Hall Girls Sr. 12-16: 1.Jada Murphy 2.Kourtney Trautner 3.Paige Carlson 4.Emmalee Otterdahl 5.Emma Rauner Women: 1.Lizzibeth Turney 2.Jada Murphy 3.Krista Knupp 4.Falen Narel 5.Kyra Boaz 125cc 2-Str: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Dillon Nelson 4.Jaden Rolbiecki 5.Mitchell Nelson 250A: 1.Henry Miller 2.Nick Schnagl 3.Riley Kroone 4.Jerry Robin 5.Yeissen Rubalcava 250B: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Seth Fischer 3.Gage Fisher 4.Devin Stang 5.Drew Slocum 250C: 1.Zach Strecker 2.Aaron Blackstone 3.Hunter Meyer 4.Nick Fox 5.Casey Paider Open A: 1.Zack Williams 2.Jerry Robin 3.Nick Schnagl 4.Brennan Myers 5.Riley Kroone Open B: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Kaleb Dekeyrel 3.Drew Slocum 4.Zachary Harris 5.Cole Prichard Open C: 1.Nick Fox 2.Brandon Johnson 3.Casey Paider 4.Aaron Boatman 5.Mitchell Prescott

David Spizman leads Tim Bernloehr as the +50 battles rage on. CYCLE USA, December 2016

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Eight Weeks of Fun! •Jan 7 Saturday .....................Humbird, WI Non-Points, but all class will run! A great warm-up race.

•Jan 8 Sunday .......................Humbird, WI Points Season Kick-off!!

•Jan 15 Sunday ...................Rock Dam, WI •Jan 22 Sunday .........................Tilleda, WI •Jan 29 Sunday........................Altoona, WI Altoona Winterfest & Games www.winterfestandgames.com

•Feb 5 Sunday ...........................Tomah, WI CWIRA Mid Season Championship Kold Kutter special weekend •Feb 11 Sat Tentative date, see web siteWeyauwega, WI •Feb 12 Sunday ................Weyauwega, WI Fire on Ice Weekend! See www.fireonicewega.com •Feb 19 Sunday ...................Dexterville, WI Wisconsin State Championship Ice Event •Feb 26 Sunday ......................Fremont, WI Sign-up 8-10am. Practice at 8:30/9 (usually) running to about 10:15. Riders meeting at 10:30, racing right after - usually around 10:45.

Raceday Hotline 715-212-6340

Info you can’t find on the website: Jim Falke 920-585-5765

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Subject to change, always see web site!


Season Closes at Joliet MX Wilmington, Illinois - October 9 By Josh Rud, Shift One Photography

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n October ninth Joliet MX opened the gates to one of the few motocross races they run through-out the year. It was also a special day with Gared Steinke, a professional rider out of California at the track for an exhibition race. There was the Stank Dog Pro Challenge calling all A riders to come out and go for the big prize of trying to beat Steinke and of course the cash. There was also a ride along where anyone could go out on the track and ride with Steinke which was fun for everyone getting to ride with him for the several laps. It was some great fall weather, and while there had been a lot of rain through-out the week, the lines were shaping up really nice. The motocross track has undergone some great changes, the biggest being it runs in reverse now, along with some new sections to make things even more interesting. Overall it was a fun day for everyone, and a greatturn to keep all the classes interesting. The Challenge was underway during intermission with Justin Kelly out of Lamoille, IL taking the holeshot with Steinke and Zach Martino all running together down the grass start ripping out onto the track. Kelly held off Steinke for several sections until he grabbed an in-

side line coming down the step-up to take the pass for the lead. Right behind him was Martino now going to battle with Kelly over several jumps. Hitting the back straight Kelly took off back into second with Steinke now running away from the pack. It was a lot of fun for everyone and brought the entire track up to the fences to check out the race. Later in the day things got heated up with the 85 Beginner riders putting in some great battles. In the first moto Max Williams took the win followed by Ryan Crowley and Colin Nash. The gate dropped on the second moto with Williams pulling out to a pretty big gap, getting chased by Jeff Unland and Crowley. Drake Brummel took over third briefly while up front Williams went down and couldn’t get the bike going. This moved Unland into the lead with Brummel and Crowley still in the mix up front. Going through the techniKyle Smith ran off with both moto wins in the Quad 90 class. cal stuff in the back

Vintage class winner Davey Fitzpatrick.

Crowley turned on the heat making it all the way to the front by the finish of the lap. Nash was back on the gas after a bad start and soon enough was fighting for third. The laps went by as the group was battling hard, Williams was making his way up to the front. Nash was finding some great lines and on the last lap was able to get by Unland to take over second. They came across the line with Crowley taking the win and overall. Nash ended up in second. 250C was underway next. Earlier in the day Scotty Scamen took the win in the first moto ahead of Davey Fitzpatrick and Brandon Elliott. They came down the grass hill starting off the second moto with Scamen pulling the holeshot and not looking back. Behind him was Elliot and Carter Pomaranski. Coming around the sweeper Fitzpatrick was on the gas taking over third and pushing forward as they moved into the back section of the track. Fitzpatrick was on a mission to get up front, pushing his Yamaha hard and taking over second down the straight on the second lap with Pomaranski holding third. Out front Scamen was riding hard with no mistakes, making it hard for anyone to catch him. On the last lap Pomaranski suffered bike problems, allowing Elliot to slide into third. Coming across the line it was Scamen sweeping the motos for the overall, Fitzpatrick in for second overall and Elliott third. CYCLE USA, December 2016

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65 Beginner was another one to watch today, with a lot of passing going on. In the first moto Tanner Haddon took first followed by Coleton Elliott and Gavin Roth. The gates dropped for moto two with Cole Mccoy getting out front being followed by Elliott and Haddon. They came down through the grass and hit the track with Haddon flying around the outside and jumping all the way to front. On the second lap Mccoy was able to get around on the table top to take over second with Roth charging up from the back putting pressure on for third. They kept it on the gas riding hard as Roth finally got a pass to stick and take over third. By this point Haddon was on the move out front to cross the line for the win. It was a great day out at Joliet MX for their last race on the motocross track for the year. Results: 250B: 1.Eddie Lengwin 2.Gavin Hawks 3.Matthew Mcdannel 4.Derek Willey 5.Brandon Larson +30B/C: 1.Ryan Gusewelle 2.Juan Wonders 3.Aaron Hawks 4.Joshua Denault 5.Mike Prince 125 2-Stroke: 1.Davey Fitzpatrick 2.Chris Swieton 3.Brandon Larson 85 Open: 1.Luke Jackson 2.Joey Elliott 3.Ryan Crowley 4.Jeff Unland Jr. 5.Brandon Bollino Mini Quad (90cc): 1.Kyle Smith 2.Lucas Wood 3.Tyler Svob 4.Leila Wood 50cc Open: 1.Nate Bierbom 2.Preston Zollers

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3.Jaxson Schiller 4.Joey Arnold 5.Jax Ellul 3.Lucas Wood Supermini: 1.Cole Dekker 2.Kevin Mulligan 3.Bran65Jr: 1.Ayden Oppenlander 2.Kallin Thomas 3.Nate don Bollino Bierbom 4.Gavin Roth 5.Chase O'Dette Schlboy 1: 1.Chris Swieton 2.Spencer Whitny 65Sr: 1.Talan Zollers 2.Colin Nash 3.Kasen Denault 3.Preston Gusewelle 4.Braden Dewald 5.Max Williams Vintage: 1.Davey Fitzpatrick 2.Dontaye Bates 3.Mike Prince 4.Frank Bruno 65 Beg: 1.Tanner Haddon 2.Coleton Elliott 3.Gavin Roth 4.Cole Mccoy 5.Braden Wereski 85 Beg: 1.Ryan Crowley 2.Colin Nash 3.Max Williams 4.Jeff Unland 5.Drake Brummel 250C: 1.Scotty Scamen 2.Davey Fitzpatrick 3.Brandon Elliott 4.Chris Swieton 5.Matt Ishmiel 65 Open: 1.Talan Zollers 2.Coleton Elliott 3.Cole Mccoy 4.Mike O'donnell Open C: 1.Parker Tibbs 2.Brandon Elliott 3.Scotty Scamen 4.John Dowjotas 5.Joseph Dowjotas 50Jr: 1.Jaxson Schiller 2.Joey Arnold 3.Thor Wharrie 50Sr: 1.Preston Zollers 2. Nate Bierbom 3.Braden Wereski 4.Gavin Roth 5.Wade Mcfadden Open B: 1.Gavin Hawks 2.Eddie Lengwin 3.Matthew Mcdannel 4.Matt Guderjan 5.Derek Willey 85Jr: 1.Luke Jackson 2.Joey Elliott 3.Talan Zollers 4.Brandon Bollino 85Sr: 1.Cole Dekker 2.Kevin Mulligan 3.Owen Easton 50cc (4-8) - Oil Inj 1.Jaxson Luke Jackson on his way to Schiller 2.Caden O'dette sweeping the 85 Open class.


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Finale at D17’s Megacross Mendota, Illinois - October 8th By Josh Rud, Shift One Photography

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egacross opened the gates for the last time this year, kicking off the final round of racing under the lights in Mendota. The track was looking great tonight with several fast lines forming through-out the evening, making for some really good racing. The riders were out in force to get in on the last race of the year, and the bat-

Brian Carey looking good in the +40B class.

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tles got pretty heated as the night went on. Racing is winding down in the Midwest as the dreaded winter is closer than one would like. The new indoor facility the Megacross crew has been working on will be a welcome place to ride once that snow hits. Things went smooth as ever and Megacross will certainly be back at it again come spring. The 65cc class hit the track early tonight, and with the days get-

ting so short it was already dark when the heat races started. Coming off the line it was Landon Lee jumping out front with Charley Ravencroft and Riley Roberts right behind him. As they bunched up around the tight right hander things got mixed up a bit with Branden Wereski taking over third. Wereski made quick work over the wall jump and made it into second to start the push to the front. This left Ravencroft in a battle for third with Roberts as they swapped spots a few times in the corners with Ravencroft keeping his KTM in third. The laps ticked off pretty fast with everyone pushing hard. They came across the line with Lee taking the win, Wereski in second and Ravencroft holding third. +30B/C had a great turnout tonight with a ton of passing going on through the pack. Charging out of the almost full gate was Juan Wonders taking the holeshot, followed by Jacob Fabrizius and Brent Johnson. Through the whoops Lucas Stambaugh took over third, putting pressure on the tight pack up front. Coming down the straight in one swift charge, Fabrizius took over the lead grabbing the inside before the table with Stambaugh right behind, dropping Wonders back to third. This allowed Johnson a good run and he was able to take over third. As the battle for the lead heated up, Stambaugh tipped over in the chicane boosting Johnson up to second and Wonders back to third. Fabrizius grabbed the win ahead of Johnson and Wonders. 85cc 9-13 was out on the track as the night moved along and cold really starting to take over. They took off the gates with Ian Murphy grabbing an early lead followed by Luke Jackson and Jayson Crawford. The group got bunched up in the second turn letting Jackson by as he stayed on the outside to grab the lead. Murphy was able to stay on the gas taking over second into the whoops with Crawford right behind. The battle raged on for several laps as the top three started to pull away, pushing each other to the limits. On the last lap Crawford was able to finally stick in a pass and take over second moving Murphy back to third after some really hard riding. They came over the finish with Jackson taking the win for the night followed by Crawford


and Murphy rounding out the podium. 250C was a packed class running towards the end of the night. They took of the line with Lucas Garrels pushing his Honda out front for the holeshot, chased by Mitchell Ballegeer and Davey Fitspatrick. Heading into the table tops Fitspatrick railed the outside to take over second with Tanyon Palka moving into third right behind him. Almost out of nowhere Shane Reilly aboard a Yamaha was flying through the back section starting to pick people off. He got all the way to second in half a lap, pushing Fitspatrick to third as he started to close gap on Garrels. On the last lap things got really close as Reilly stuck it in on Garrels in several turns almost getting a pass. Garrels stayed on the gas for the last lap to take the win for the night. Reilly finished second with Fitspatrick holding onto third. The books are closed on Megacross for the season with a great turnout for the last race of the season. It was a great night of racing as always with so many classes having good racing to watch; it was a fun night. The track held up really well all night with no prep needed, and there

+50 class winner Larry Dean Bank airing it out under the Megacross lights.

were several lines through every corner making for a lot of passing and close finishes. With the season over you can tell everyone is already itching to keep things going just a little longer! It will be nice to have the indoor facility now for everyone to keep riding into next season. Results: 125cc: 1.Cody Barnes 2.Garrett Ward 3.Davey Fitspatrick 4.Gavin Sienkiewicz 5.David Stickel 14-24B: 1.Nate Hornung 2.Austin Beaty 3.RJ Mackenzie 4.Brian Stenzel 5.Nick Blumer +25A: 1.Kyle White 2.Jonathan Six 3.Justin Kelly 4.Brian White 5.Burton Lavens +25B: 1.Kyle Hiester 2.Daniel Surjan 250A: 1.Joseph Dalzell 2.Kyle White 3.Jonathan Six 4.Cody Barnes 5.Talan Hansen 250B: 1.RJ Mackenzie 2.Jordan Mackiewicz 3.Brian Haines 4.Austin Beaty 5.Justin Peterson 250C: 1.Lucas Garrels 2.Shane Reilly 3.Davey Fitspatrick 4.Tanyon Palka 5.Corey Roberts +30A: 1.Justin Kelly 2.Chad Johnson 3.Brian White 4.Burton Lavens 5.Steve Perkins +30B/C: 1.Jacob Fabrizius 2.Brent Johnson 3.Juan Wonders 4.Lucas Stambaugh 5.Jay Jahns +40A: 1.Burton Lavens 2.Steve Perkins 3.Larry Dean Bank +40B: 1.Troy Quest 2.Kevin Lee 3.David Stickel 4.Frank Licastro 5.Shawn Christen 50Jr: 1.Matthew Alshouse 2.Jaxson Schiller 3.Levi Hewitt 4.Connor Cooper 50Sr: 1.Preston Zollers 2.Brody Brewer 3.Reece Doerr 4.Regan Doerr 5.Nate Bierbom +50: 1.Larry Dean Bank

2.Jeff Oldenburg 3.Bud Durland 4.Chris Ravencroft 50cc 4-8: 1.Jaxson Schiller 2.Matthew Alshouse 3.Grant Robinson 4.Cashton Dilly 5.Trey Lee 65Jr: 1.Ayden Oppenlander 2.Wesley Johnson 3.Nate Bierbom 4.Reece Doerr 5.Kallin Thomas 65Sr: 1.Talan Zollers 2.Max Williams 65cc Beg: 1.Landon Lee 2.Braden Wereski 3.Charley Ravencroft 4.Riley Roberts 5.Ayden White 85Jr: 1.Luke Jackson 2.Jayson Crawford 3.Max Williams 4.Kevin Huddleston 5.Brett Aimone 85Sr: 1.Kevin Mulligan 2.Jaiden Yeruski 3.Anthony Vargas 4.Zachary Brunner 85cc 9-13: 1.Luke Jackson 2.Jayson Crawford 3.Ian Murphy 4.Brett Aimone 5.Zachery Johnson Open A: 1.Kyle White 2.Jonathan Six 3.Joseph Dalzell 4.Cody Barnes 5.Talan Hansen Open B: 1.Jordan Mackiewicz 2.Nick Blumer 3.Brian Haines 4.Nate Hornung 5.Charles McCook Open C: 1.Lucas Garrels 2.Shane Reilly 3.Nathan Wilson 4.Tanyon Palka 5.Mitchell Ballegeer Pit Bike: 1.Benjamin Hanners 2.Anthony Waldron 3.Jaiden Yeruski 4.Braeden Hanners 5.Shane Allen Schlboy: 1.Garrett Ward 2.Gavin Sienkiewicz 3.Noah Lee 4.Tyler Rohl 5.Justin Heyde Super Mini: 1.Gavin Sienkiewicz 2.Hunter Ziano 3.Kevin Mulligan Thumper: 1.Zack Jurgensen 2.Steve Perkins 3.Michael Blaydes 4.Kimberly Blaydes 5.Krysten Merchantz Women: 1.Emily Smith 2.Autumn Torres 3.Allison Roland 4.Brooke Lee 5.Emma Jensen

Lucas Garrels took the win in the large Open C class. CYCLE USA, December 2016

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LTM Pro-Am Weekend

Open Pro Sport Start

Casey, Illinois - October 8/9 By James and Rollanda Pinckard

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n Motocross one of the first things you learn is to keep charging and finish strong. That’s just how Lincoln Trail Motosports finished the 2016 moto season. The first of the month started with two full days of racing on the Bomber track. The Motocross League of America rolled into LTM along with the Pro-Am. It was also rounds 10 and 11 of the Fly Showdown Series and AMA Dis-

50Jr rider Reid East - up on the pegs like a pro...we're pretty sure.

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trict 17 points both days. No matter what points you were trying to gather one thing is for sure - there was some amazing racing! The Saturday race that everyone was waiting for was the Open Pro-Sport and for good reason: These guys were hauling. In the first moto it looked like it was a good day to be named Williams as Yamaha riders Zack Williams and Cody Williams were charging in the front. Cody had an issue, going down and taking him out of the moto. With Cody out, Zack was floating around the track taking the first moto win. Yamaha rider Josiah Hampen finished second with Harrison West third. In the second moto the Williams dudes were again on the gas. It was still Zack putting down unmatched lap times and taking the moto and overall win. Cody Williams finished strong in second letting everyone know the other Pro-Am classes were going to be a battle. Josiah Hempen took his Yamaha across the finish line in third giving him second overall ahead of West. With everyone standing and watching the Pro-Am class even very fast riders from other classes were making comments about the riding styles, how they stand and charge… it’s just impressive. So with all that

talk about style it’s hard not to compare riders in other classes. One rider stuck out. His name is Reid East in the 50Jr and 50 shaft/shifter classes. What makes his style so interesting to watch? Well, I always watch to see if riders are sitting too much instead of standing and attacking like the Pros. With Reid it was just hard to tell. Why? Because this is a little dude! He does stand and ride but that only takes him about two inches off the seat. Even with that challenge he was plugging away for four motos every race day. In the 50 shaft shifter class Reid East finished tenth the first moto and ninth the second. Up front in the class in the first moto Yamaha rider Talan Smith took the win with Bryar Horton second and Jackson Fritch third. In the second moto Smith won as Horton finished second with KTM rider Caleb Coulter third for fourth overall. Third overall went to Jackson Fritch who was ripping it up on his Honda. Reid also finished sixth overall in the 50Jr class. On Sunday the fences were lined with people waiting for the gate drop of the 450 Pro-Am. Boy was it worth the wait as the Zack Williams and Cody Williams went to war! In the first moto Cody took the moto win with Zach second and Suzuki rider Broc Gourley third. The crowd was set for an exciting second moto. Cody had a rough start, sitting in sixth after the first lap. Out front it was Zach on the throttle through every lap with Honda rider Harrison West stuck to his back tire. In the eight lap race Cody passed rider after rider to work his way to the front, his last pass of the race


would be around West. Zach could hear Cody coming and didn’t give up the line, the lead or the checkered. Zach’s 21 finishes put him on top of the podium for the day. Saturday October 8 results: 50 Shaft: 1.Talan Smith 2.Bryar Horton 3.Jackson Fritch 4.Caleb Coulter 5.Walter Bobo 50Jr (4-6): 1.Talan Smith 2.Corbin Durbin 3.Jeffery Drysdale 4.Caleb Coulter 5.Alex King 50Sr (7-8): 1.Gage Collins 2.Dakota Baker 3.Jonah Turpin 4.Charlie Curry 5.Luke Lowder 50 Open (4-8): 1.Gage Collins 2.Dakota Baker 3.Briley Viviano 4.Emerson King 5.Charlie Curry Zach Williams and Josiah Hempen battle in 250 Pro-Am 65Jr (7-9): 1.Zayden Mason 2.Damon Sims 3.Ayden Oppen3.Conner Burger 4.Travis Triplett 5.Justus Woodford lander 4.Johnathan Yelton 5.Peter Parenti SchBoy 1 (12-16): 1.Drake Bailey 2.Garrett Russell 65Sr (10-11): 1.Gaven Pugh Collins 2.Jake Colbert 3.Nick Meehan 4.James Cuver 5.Chase Meurer 3.Gavin Batson 4.Sidnee Mason 5.Keidyn RobertSchBoy 2 (12-16): 1.Drake Bailey 2.Nick Meehan son 3.Alex Rudd 4.Zane Graziano 5.Spencer Mountcas65 Open (7-11): 1.Zayden Mason2.Damon Sims tle 3.Jake Colbert 4.Gaven Pugh Collins 5.Peter Par14-24: 1.Eric Watling 2.Kyle Campbell 3.Colten enti Burk 4.Edward Kline 5.Jake Ewing 85Jr (9-11): 1.Zayden Mason 2.Damon Sims 3.Joey +25A: 1.Shane Mills 2.Willy Kelly 3.Matthew Promenschenkel 4.Wyatt Bobo 5.Sidnee Mason Schambach 85Sr (12-15): 1.Conner Burger 2.Larry Smith 3.Jc +25B/C: 1.Spencer Cook 2.Aaron Carter 3.Tina Hoyt 4.Alex Mitchell Carter 85 Open (9-15): 1.Joey Promenschenkel 2.Ian +30A: 1.Matthew Schambach 2.Josh Brooks 3.Willy Birmingham 3.Ashton Birmingham 4.Myron Tiek Kelly 4.Shawn Kelley 5.William Grothaus Jr 5.Alex Mitchell +30B/C: 1.Drew Jackson 2.Joe Baldi 3.Aaron SuperMini (12-16): 1.Ian Birmingham 2.Jc Hoyt

Carter 4.Kit Turpin 5.Shawn Mcmurray +40: 1.John Dixon 2.Gary Adams 3.Bret Milan 4.William Grothaus 5.Chris French +45: 1.John Dixon 2.Chris French 3.Michael Kistler 4.Mark Huber +50: 1.Gary Adams 2.Greg Boone 3.Bill Viviano 4.Scott Campbell 5.Mark Huber +55: 1.Greg Boone 2.Roy Bittner 3.Orville Kline 4.Robert Carpenter 125 2-Stroke: 1.Garrett Russell 2.John Greer 3.Chase Meurer 4.Carson Vicars 5.Nathan Baumgartner Open 2-Stroke: 1.Dane Folsom 2.Gage Cummings 3.Roy Bittner 4.Tyler Mayles 5.Scotty Delmastro Vintage: 1.Colten Burk 2.Jacob Hill 3.Edward Kline 4.Michael Kistler 5.James Pinckard Women: 1.Katie Anthony 2.Megan Moan 3.Jaden Pogliano 4.Erica Winters 5.Jessica Mcaninch 250 Pro-Am: 1.Cody Williams 2.Luke Hempen 3.Josiah Hempen 4.Harrison West 5.William Launius 250B: 1.Damon Evans 2.Alex Rudd 3.Zane Graziano 4.Eric Watling 5.Bryce Cox 250C: 1.Derick Bell 2.Brandon Turman 3.Nate Rega 4.Jacob Mcgee 5.Devin Schafer 450 Pro-Am: 1.Zack Williams 2.Josiah Hempen 3.Harrison West 4.Trevor Tate 5.William Launius Open B: 1.Alex Rudd 2.Damon Evans 3.Bryce Cox 4.Eric Watling 5.Colten Burk Open C: 1.Nate Rega 2.Eric Navel 3.Drake Sallee Open Beginner: 1.Cory Navel 2.Kyle Lafrance 3.Hunter Reeves 4.Kaleb Lafrance 5.Zachary Carie

Long time backbone supporters of District 17, Patty and Gerhard Ward take a moment to reflect on the end of another good season in Mendota.


Great ending at Staples

Open B comes off the gate.

Staples, Minnesota - October 16 By Samantha Laderer

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iders were blessed with another beautiful weekend of racing dirt scoots here in Staples. The trees glimmered as the sun hit the bright orange and yellow leaves. Although it was a little windy, the overall scenery of the track was one not to forget. On Sunday, riders knew track conditions would be great. Open B lined the gates for the second race of the day. Austin Aspros on his almighty two stroke didn’t back down and pulled a great holeshot. Carter Reece and Daniel Revering followed close behind as Aspros tried to pull away. Reece caught Aspros but made a small mistake which put him in the third position. Taylor Hill and Reuben Jacobs followed in the fourth and fifth. Hill, who hasn’t raced in quite some time, was running right ahead of Jacobs but fell allowing Jacobs to take over the fourth. Hill was unable to catch back up to Jacobs but settled in the fifth position. In the second moto, Aspros yet again took the holeshot and led the pack. He and Reece went back and forth in each corner for several laps. These two have 26

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been having good battles all summer long, so it only seemed right for them to continue the tradition this weekend. With Aspros and Reece pushing each other in the top positions, it was hard for anyone else to catch them. Revering went down

in a corner which allowed for Jacobs to make a clean pass and slide into third. Revering was able to recover quickly and caught back up to Jacobs by mid third lap. Hill chilled out in the back and rode his own race. Three riders showed up with bikes over 40 years old. They walked up to Dale Kadlec, owner of MotoCity and asked if they could run a Vintage class. Dale was more than happy to say yes to this and seemed to be quite thrilled by the idea. Mitchel Moore and his dad, Mark, along with their friend Buddy Rudy lined the gate with their old school machines. The holeshot was a classic and got the crowd standing. Mitchel, the youngest of the three ripping on the old school machines took over the first position. He proved his skills of riding a bike very well and didn’t let the excuse of ‘it’s an older bike’ stop him from hitting and clearing a vast majority of the jumps. Among the crowd watching this race,

Brady Karolevitz rocks his pink gear on the way to winning the 65cc 7-9 class.


the youngsters. At the end of the day, the leaves still glimmered on the trees and riders faces were all smiling. It was a perfect last weekend of racing for 2016. The Kadlec family would like to thank everyone for another great season and they look forward to seeing new and familiar faces in the spring.

Mitchel Moore proves old bikes can still turn fast laps.

you could hear snickers and cheers for in a sixth overall. Brennen Long was the brave vintage riders. “You can’t say able to get up there and battle for the top you need a new bike every year after five overall. Long did a great job at makwatching this race because the kid wining his way through the pack in the secning is on a bike that is probably twice ond moto and got fourth. It was truly an his age,” said one dad who was observing amazing race full of some fun battles for the race. Not only did the weekender kids, aka adults, have a lot of fun, the real kids did as well. In the 65cc 7-9 class, Brady Karolevitz dominated both motos, as he was untouchable. Spencer Briggs was also untouchable in the second position. The rest of the field was shaken up between the two motos and had some great battles. Among those was Kaden Tabaka and Wyatt Larson. In the first moto, Tabaka held a solid third ahead of Levi Schramn and Larson who were fighting for fourth. In the second moto he held third perfectly fine. Schramn struggled a little more in the second moto and Carter Reece and Austin fell back to seventh resulting Aspros over the new double.

Motocity Raceway: 10/16/16: Schlboy 1 12-16: 1.Curtis Biorn 2.Simon Briggs 3.Tyler Westring Supermini: 1.Drew Nelson Open B: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Carter Reece 3.Daniel Revering 4.Reuben Jacobs 5.Taylor Hill Open C: 1.Kyle Oftedahl 2.Bryon Setzeffandt 3.Eric Van Heel 4.Charles Revering 5.Kody Beck +50: 1.John Cram 2.Dale Ackermann 3.Steve Tate 4.Kevin Woizeschke 5.Mark Speldrick Vintage: 1.Mitchel Moore 2.Mark Moore 3.Buddy Rudy 85cc 9-12: 1.Avery Long 2.Braden Long 3.Kona Rodrigues 4.Cooper Abbelt 5.Broc Graba +25A: 1.Spencer Kadlec 2.Matt Kline 3.Cody Martin +25B: 1.Marcus Evenson +35A: 1.Brian Bohlman 65cc 7-9: 1.Brady Karolevitz 2.Spencer Briggs 3.Wyatt Larson 4.Kaden Tabaka 5.Brennan Long 65cc 10-11: 1.Karsen Omann 2.Hudson Romfo 125: 1.Curtis Biorn 2.Dominic Lindquist 3.Garrett Montgomery 4.Simon Briggs Women: 1.Samantha Laderer 2.Alyssa Storlie 3.Danyel Nelson +40A: 1.Jason Johnson 2.Cory Ramsey 3.Kevin Woizeschke +40B: 1.Steve Tate 2.Dale Ackermann 3.Mike Van Horn +40C: 1.Mike Jenson 2.Brian Albers 3.Mike Hicks +55: 1.Dave Hencir 2.Paul Olson 3.Keith Buss 4.Mark Speldrick 85cc 12-15: 1.Drew Nelson 2.Tyler Westring 3.Sawyer Niewind 4.Hayden Anstine 85cc 9-11: 1.Avery Long 2.Braden Long 3.Cooper Abbelt 4.Kona Rodrigues 5.Dustin White Schlboy 2: 1.Chase Graba 14-24A: 1.Harris Huizenga 14-24B: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Carter Reece 14-24C: 1.Alexander Ives 2.Jon Evenson 3.Eric Van Heel 4.Joseph Adamson 5.Taylor Skelton +30A: 1.Michael Stumne 2.Kevin Woizeschke +30B: 1.Macy Fridgen 2.Buddy Rudy 3.Mike Van Horn +30C: 1.Aaron Leininger 65cc 7-11: 1.Brady Karolevitz 2.Karsen Omann 3.Wyatt Larson 4.Spencer Briggs 5.Brennan Long 250A: 1.Harris Huizenga 250C: 1.Chase Graba 2.Kyle Oftedahl 3.Dominic Lindquist 4.Bryon Setzeffandt 5.Kody Beck 250B: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Austin Pogreba 3.Reuben Jacobs +45A: 1.Jason Johnson 2.Cory Ramsey 3.Michael Stumne 4.Brian Bohlman 5.John Cram +45B/C: 1.Delon Luther 2.Dale Ackermann 3.Keith Buss +35B: 1.Jesse Schake +35C: 1.Mike Jenson 2.Brian Albers 50cc 4-6 premix: 1.Bentlee Walker 2.Masen Jedlicki 50cc 7-8 premix: 1.Kaden Tabaka 2.Ashton Thomas 3.Kahler Omann 4.Lincoln Nielsen 5.Tucker Johnson 50cc oil 4-8: 1.Gunner Burke 50 Open 4-8: 1.Bentlee Walker 2.Ashton Thomas 3.Kahler Omann 4.Lincoln Nielsen 5.Tucker Johnson 50cc multi-speed: 1.Masen Jedlicki 2.Gunner Burke CYCLE USA, December 2016

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Nick Fox won all three motos of the Open C class.

Motocity Bonus Points Event Event closes out the District 23, 2016 motocross championship season Little Falls, Minnesota - September 24/ 25 By Angela John and Kaelyn Hegman

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otocity Raceway’s Little Falls hosted the final District 23 Bonus Points Event on the last weekend of September. The event, like the one hosted the previous weekend at Mankato, ran over two days with a three moto format. Each moto was worth the equivalent of an overall race on a regular motocross weekend. These bonus races not only decide the champions of many classes in the district but also pitted North against South to determine who is the true D23 champion. Anxious riders and their families filed in on Friday night, greeted by their hosts the Kadlecs, and the promise of an action packed weekend. Saturday morning revealed a massive crane on the hill with an 28

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American flag waving from it and a wellgroomed track in the foreground waiting pristinely for competition. With track owners Dale and Sharon’s granddaughter Ava helping out in sign-up you see another example of their overwhelming hospitality and of how running this track or competing in this sport is truly a family effort. After the usual formalities and practice the action began. With jovial banter the Senior C riders took the gate. Jokes and fist bumps were followed by prayers and raised elbows as they waited. As they charged to the first corner Neal Kragt took the holeshot. Benny Van Cleve passed him in the first lap leaving Kragt and Mike Jenson to battle back and forth, pass for pass throughout the race. Jenson made the final pass to take second behind Van Cleve. Their second moto started

with another holeshot from Kragt. A pass early on by Van Cleve moved him into first with Kragt finishing second. This time however, Jenson had to battle Steve Sutton for third and Sutton was determined and victorious. The third and final moto for Senior C started with a third holeshot for the weekend from Kragt! Passed again by Van Cleve for first, Kragt held off Sutton who took third. The weekend’s overall racing ended with a first for Van Cleve, second for Kragt and third for Sutton. Like the adults, the 65cc 7-11 riders were excited to get to the weekend’s action started. On the gate for their first moto Dom Hegman had mechanical difficulties and stuttered while Brandon Long took the holeshot. By the second lap Hegman and Brodie Boumeester had worked their way to the front and race


leader Long. Hegman passed for the lead from your extended motofamily. That is but Long got him back just before the finuntil next year when we start it all again. ish with Boumeester in third and ChrisUntil then we will remember fondly the tian Berg fourth. The second moto Long last race weekend of the 2016 motocross again seized the holeshot with season graciously hosted by the Kadlec Boumeester hot on his heels. Hegman family. What a great way to end the seawas in pursuant and took the lead as son! Long battled to retrieve it. They gapped the rest of the pack and left Berg and Karolevitz to battle for third with Berg leading over the finish. The third and final moto of their weekend began with a holeshot from Hegman ending Long’s weekend streak. The rest of the race Long pushed hard challenging for the first but Hegman “Dom”inated every section of the track, leaving him little opportunity to pass. As Hegman led Long over the finish, Boumeester and Berg battled for third with Boumeester earning third at the end of the final moto. The three moto format ended with a first overall for Hegman, second for Long and a well-deserved third for Christian Berg. With proud parents surrounding the special event podium the announcer/ commentator interviewed the young victors. He asked them about the track, their sponsors and even nutrition. When Christian Berg was asked, “What did you have for dinner last night that got you here on the podium today?” he answered, “Noodles.” His answer was almost as cute as Hegman’s choice of race attire, regulation gear plus one really bright tutu. Humor is fundamental in motocross and luckily it is 65cc 10-11 winner Domenic Hegman abundant in the motofamily. Results: With all the extra fun and festivities the +40A: 1.Frank Jackson 2.Kevin Woizeschke 3.Rick weekend also included super-sized tricyAmatuzio 4.Gary Johnson cle team races, the PDR potluck and Sat+40B: 1.Jimmy Diedrich 2.Timothy Walker 3.Steve Tate urday night dance party with a DJ. +40C: 1.Benny Van Cleve 2.Neal Kragt 3.Steve SutEverywhere you turned moto people ton 4.Steve Boatman 5.Jesse John 50cc 4-6: 1.Kai Morgan 2.James Schaffer 3.Bentlee were savoring the last of the season. EnWalker 4.Karsen Tabaka 5.Blair Kindel joying the last bbq, the last race, the last 50cc 7-8: 1.Brady Karolevitz 2.Christian Berg 3.Kaden Tabaka 4.Braxton Kragenbring 5.Jacob Pefist bump, the last trophy, the last hug

85cc 12-15: 1.Curtis Biorn 2.Tyler Otterdahl 85cc 9-11: 1.Avery Long 2.Drew Nelson 3.Noah Miesen 4.Garret Becker 5.Cooper Abbelt 14-24A: 1.Austin Kienast 14-24B: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Hunter Meyer 3.Aaron Lindell 4.Ryan Slepica 14-24C: 1.Zach Strecker 2.Nick Fox 3.Mitchell Prescott 4.Justin Evans 5.Seth Carpenter +25A: 1.Scott Jendro 2.Matt Kline 3.Travis Richards 4.Bryce Bernloehr 5.Kyle Savelkoul +25B: 1.David Neumann 2.Macy Fridgen +45A: 1.Tim Bernloehr 2.Richard Blaser 3.Brian Bohlman 4.Craig Janzig 5.Michael Stumne 50 Open 4-8: 1.Bentlee Walker 2.Jacob Peters +25C: 1.Marcus Evenson 2.Shane Clark 3.Taylor Smith 4.Lonni Gardner 5.Rob Berger +45B/C: 1.Timothy Walker 2.Dan Frasson 3.John Cram 4.Randall Ross 5.Dale Ackermann +35C: 1.Benny Van Cleve 2.Neal Kragt 3.Daniel Schoumaker 4.Steve Sutton 5.Jason Ritt Schlboy 2: 1.Gavin Janovsky 2.Chase Graba 3.Nick Fox 4.Kole Lemcke 5.Broc Today 65cc 7-11: 1.Domenic Hegman 2.Braden Long 3.Christian Berg 4.Brodie Boumeester 5.Brady Karolevitz +50: 1.Tim Bernloehr 2.Richard Blaser 3.Randall Ross 4.John Cram 5.Steve Tate Women: 1.Jada Murphy 2.Trisha Olson 3.Katherine Vanderwerf 4.Kourtney Trautner 5.Danyel Nelson Open A: 1.Scott Jendro 2.Austin Kienast 3.Travis Richards 4.Bryce Bernloehr 5.Clay Olson Open B: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Hunter Meyer 3.David Neumann 4.Tyler Jenson 125: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Chase Webber 4.Bret Holland 5.Dominic Lindquist Open C: 1.Nick Fox 2.Justin Evans 3.Mitchell Prescott 4.Aaron Boatman 5.Frank Jackson 50cc oil 4-8: 1.James Schaffer 2.Wyatt Niedfeldt 3.Kahler Omann 4.James Olson 5.Deegan Leaf +55: 1.Dave Hencir 2.Keith Buss 3.Tim Rhode 4.Mark Speldrick 5.Gary Johnson +35A: 1.Rick Amatuzio +35B: 1.Jimmy Diedrich 65cc 7-9: 1.Braden Long 2.Christian Berg 3.Caleb Bohlman 4.Brady Karolevitz 5.Kaden Tabaka 65cc 10-11: 1.Domenic Hegman 2.Brodie Boumeester 3.Hudson Romfo 4.Karsen Omann 5.Jacob Oehrlein 250A: 1.Austin Kienast 250C: 1.Zach Strecker 2.Kole Lemcke 3.Chase Graba 4.Aaron Boatman 5.Nick Fox 250B: 1.Austin Aspros 2.Hunter Meyer 3.Bret Holland 50cc multi: 1.Kai Morgan 2.Wyatt Niedfeldt 3.Karsen Tabaka 4.Kahler Omann 5.James Olson +30A: 1.Kyle Savelkoul 2.Kevin Woizeschke 3.Scott Jendro 4.Rick Amatuzio +30B: 1.David Neumann 2.Nick Leaf 3.Anthony Gardner +30C: 1.Shane Clark 2.Rob Berger 3.Gerrett Clark 4.Jason Ritt 5.Daniel Schoumaker 85cc 9-12: 1.Avery Long 2.Curtis Biorn 3.Drew Nelson 4.Noah Miesen 5.Cooper Abbelt Girls Sr. 12-16: 1.Jada Murphy 2.Kourtney Trautner Schlboy 1 12-16: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Chase Webber 4.Dominic Lindquist

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2016 Season Top Finishers Congratulations Everyone!

Dirt Track 50cc Four Stroke 1.Ethan Mueller ............141 2.Colton Frandsen ..........80 3.Taylor Ebben................30 4.Willy Bruks...................16 65cc: 1.TJ Bendykowski.........202 2.Ethan Ramsey ...........185 3.Isabelle Andresen ......183 4.Sawyer Dix ..................99 5.Sydney Sund ...............90 6.Xander Figliuzzi ...........87 7.Connor Vonmoos.........65 50cc Shaft: 1.Jack Brucks ...............251 2.Willy Brucks ...............171 3.Andy Carroll.................86 4.Drake Callies ...............40 5.Jakob Ottenad .............29 6.Taylor Ebben................18 7.Rocket Altmann............11 250cc: 1.Cody Funk .................256 2.Brady Lange ..............208 3.Dan Vonmoos ............145 4.Loyal Prach ................119 5.Ezra Brusky ...............101 6.Brooke Chromy............96 7.Mason Barth ................81 Super Senior: 1.Brad Boughton...........182 2.Dan Vonmoss ............136 3.Mike Anschutz ...........134 4.Jeff Chromy ...............132 5.Mike Yogerst ..............130 6.Steve Wasser ............101 7.John Hanson ...............68 Vintage: 1.Erich Olson ................217 2.Rob Reese.................165 3.Daniel Murre ..............145 4.Drew Saunders..........128 5.Mike Yogerst ..............118 6.Mark Martinich ...........112 7.Adam Munzinger .........69 Open: 1.Cody Funk .................180 2.Michael Van Langen ..130 3.Max Smith..................123 4.DJ Slosser .................121 5.Brady Lange ..............121 6.Blake Berry ................113 7.Ryan Weber.................82 Quad Open: 1.Tyler Martin................190 2.Dan Mecklenberg ......107 3.George McBride ........106 4.Colton Zimmerman ......93 5.Eli Stigler .....................57

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6.Tyler Schrimpf..............50 7.Rich Suter....................29 Quad B: 1.Tyler Sobiesczyk........195 2.Keegan Reitz .............135 3.Dan Mecklenberg ......122 4.Travis Greene ..............97 5.Andrew Nadke .............86 6.Lucas Emling ...............62 7.Brandon Gonia ............59 Senior: 1.Jim Kirschbaum .........263 2.Dan Peterson.............185 3.Brad Boughton...........120 4.Serge Figliuzzi ...........114 5.Mike Anschutz .............88 6.Steve Wasser ..............73 7.Brendan Grasser .........46 Women: 1.Megan Funk...............190 2.Brooke Chromy..........170 3.Ellen Kirschbaum.......142 4.Chesney Boughton ...104 5.Hannah Lange .............92 6.Jacinda Marquis ..........91 7.Zaria Martens ..............60 Quad A: 1.Tyler Martin................179 2.George McBride ........106 3.Eli Stigler .....................65 4.Colton Zimmerman ......64 5.Rich Suter....................33 Vets: 1.Jim Kirschbaum .........237 2.Luke Brucks...............144 3.Aaron Miller ...............125 4.Mike Anschutz .............81 5.Pat Stemper.................71 6.TJ Zeidler.....................45 7.Colin Brill .....................40 Quad C: 1.Melissa Sorenson ......193 2.Dan Vonmoos ............173 3.Sonia Kohn ................123 4.Andy Pattee .................70 5.Peyton Novotny ..........43 6.Carson Reitz................34 7.Ben Suter.....................20 Classics: 1.Dave Kruck ................208 2.William Ferguson.......143 3.Chuck Dickenson.......143 4.George Patrick...........103 5.Steve Wasser ..............84 6.Rob Reese...................52 7.Matt McNall..................42 505cc: 1.DJ Slosser .................141 2.Max Smith ..................119 3.Michael Van Langen ..110 4.Ryan Weber...............103 5.Blake Berry ..................89 6.Jesse Leu ....................40 7.Jacob Walter................39 85cc: 1.Loyal Prach................213 2.Emmet Sund..............196 3.Cole Andresen ...........196 4.Ezra Brusky ...............190 5.Ethan Ramsey ...........124 6.Avery Dix .....................63

7.Zaria Martens ..............60 505cc: 1.DJ Slosser .................141 2.Max Smith ..................119 3.Michael Van Langen ..110 4.Ryan Weber...............103 5.Blake Berry ..................89 6.Jesse Leu ....................40 7.Jacob Walter................39

Enduro AA 1.Ryan Moss.................131 2.JD Friebel ..................122 3.Blake Ryan ................113 4.Eric Mischler ................85 5.Pete Laubmeier ...........54 6.Matt Dissel...................44 7.Frank Caballero ...........40 8.Mason Amerling...........21 9.John Strangfeld ...........16 Open A 1.Heath Drone ..............102 2.Scott Rohlfing ..............90 3.Chuck Garetson...........55 4.Collin Buth ...................34 5.Bennett Kortbein..........33 6.Benjamin Grosse .........20 7.Jesse Caballero...........14 Vet A 1.Lee Orme...................126 2.Brett Drew ..................117 3.Jason Pabian...............97 4.Michael Manuel ...........64 Senior A 1.Steve Vandenboogart 149 2.Karl Lueschow .............66 3.Shane Myers ...............48 4.Curt Shomberg ............39 5.Todd Ellingson .............15 Open B 1.Cole Nebel...................92 2.Chris Caballero............92 3.John Podoll..................84 4.Stanley Szlachciuk ......61 5.Danny Bilansky............33 6.Patrick Mullarkey .........30 7.Samuel Wolf ................27 8.George Pelc.................25 9.Ben Kortbein................25 10.Marko Lazarevic ........22 Vet B 1.Casey Shatters ..........112 2.Mike Post.....................83 3.Brad Albers ..................66 4.Beau Bebout................59 5.Daniel Herried..............35 6.Jon Adams...................25 7.Ben Eggum..................43

C Class 1.Alex Moss ....................96 2.Gretchen Orme............62 3.Tyler Lueschow............61 4.Todd Fogle...................40 5.Matthew Meyer ............33 6.Jason Warnke..............29 7.Mitch Buth....................25 8.Randal Slowinski .........24 9.Nick Jung.....................13 Super Senior 1.Rick Mahrt..................110 2.Bryan Nebel.................95 3.Brad Kortbein...............51 4.Dave Peters.................40 5.Dean Hagemann .........39 6.Vernon Scholl ..............35 7.Joe Vandeboncoeur.....25 8.Daniel Kickbusch .........15 Grand Masters 1.Richard Mertes ..........191

Hillclimb Micro Mini: 1.Lane Brookshaw........120 2.Brady Kirchner.............73 3.Cameron Mack ............53 4.Riley Bechel.................50 5.Hunter Kirchner ...........42 6.Kaly Mueller.................40 7.Marshall Funk ..............36 8.Easton Mack................27 Mini Sr: 1.Bodee O'Neil................60 2.Kaden Funk .................35 3.Damon Warwick...........27 Super Mini: 1.Bodee O'Neil................70 2.Damion Huppert ..........36 3.Kaden Funk .................30 4.Damon Warwick...........21 Mini Jr: 1.Lane Brookshaw..........96 2.Clive Brookshaw..........85 3.Brady Kirchner.............76 4.Kyle Marty....................55 5.Carson Roschen..........43 125: 1.Bodee O'Neil..............102 2.Casey Virkus ...............70 3.Colton Landwer ...........65 4.Travis Marty .................40 5.Damion Huppert ..........37 65cc: 1.Lane Brookshaw ........113 2.Clive Brookshaw..........95 3.Brady Kirchner.............76 4.Marshall Funk ..............40 5.Kyle Marty....................32

200: 1.Taylor O'Neil ..............105 2.Jeff Jack ......................59 3.Jared Marty..................45 4.Lucas Ellifson ..............36 5.Colton Landwer ...........33 250: 1.Taylor O'Neil ................59 2.Colton Landwer ...........58 3.Joel Falde ....................52 4.Kirk Mueller..................39 5.Tim Cain ......................24 450: 1.Logan Peterson .........107 2.Taylor O'Neil ................62 3.Joel Falde ....................41 4.Travis Schroedl............40 5.Mark Nielsen................26 600: 1.Logan Peterson ...........72 2.Aaron Bechel ...............57 3.Bradley Marking...........47 4.Mike Wood...................43 5.Mike Marty ...................39 86-600 4-stroke: 1.Logan Peterson ...........82 2.Taylor O'Neil ................70 3.Bradley Marking...........53 4.Joel Falde ....................48 5.Mark Nielsen................41 750: 1.Travis Schroedl............53 2.Bradley Marking...........16 Open: 1.Joel Falde ....................60 2.Logan Peterson ..........60 3.Bradley Marking...........54 4.Kirk Mueller..................48 5.Chad Landwer ...............2 Sr: 1.Mike Wood...................84 2.Mike Marty ...................80 3.Tim Cain ......................66 4.Mark Nielsen................57 5.Dan McMurlyn .............38 Women: 1.Casey Virkus .............100 2.Morgan Roschen .........51 3.Caitlin Roschen ...........50 4.Emily Spoo ..................45 Stock 0-400: 1.Jeff Jack ......................79 2.Colton Landwer ...........39 3.Dennis Sussek.............33 4.Justin Goodwin ............13 5.Matt Meyer ..................11 Stock 401- up: 1.Jeff Jack ......................63 2.Jake Rademacher .......60 3.Lemar Hines ................35 4.Taylor O'Neil ................29 Super Sr.: 1.Tim Cain ......................86 2.Jeff Jack ......................55 3.Dan McMurlyn .............51 80-Open: 1.Joel Falde ....................50 2.Logan Peterson ...........50 3.Mike Wood...................41 4.Aaron Bechel ...............34 5.Kirk Mueller..................33


3.Mary Schmidt.............147 4.Michelle Dalton ............55 5.Kimberly Kaczmarowski.53

Hare Scrambles AA Bike 1.Mason Amerling.........223 2.Eric Mischler ..............202 3.Jd Friebel...................198 4.Frank Caballero .........188 5.Ryan Moss.................129 A Class 1.Chuck Garetson.........245 2.Jeff Schmidt ...............218 3.Scott Rohlfing ............179 4.Tony Montgomery ......173 5.Ben Kortbein..............125 +40 Class 1.Karl Lueschow ...........246 2.Todd Ellingson ...........139 3.Pete Laubmeier ...........90 4.Joe Vadeboncoeur.......68 5.Brett Lobajeski.............66 B Class 1.Sam Wolf ...................239 2.Cole Nebel.................223 3.Danny Bilansky..........186 4.Patrick Mullarkey .......173 5.Jonathan Geary .........150 +30B 1.Mike Post...................246 2.Matthew Sather .........188 3.Beau Bebout..............167 4.Aaron Cihlar.................85 5.Travis Shelton..............55 C Class 1.Tyler Lueschow..........227 2.Mitchell Buth ..............190 3.Matthew Meyer ..........177 4.Randal Slowinski .......134 5.Jason Warnke............132 +50 Class 1.Brad Kortbein.............246 2.Dean Hagemann .......222 3.Bryan Nebel...............220 4.Dan Kickbusch...........105 5.Steve Stein ..................64 Vintage 1.Steven Kaczmarowski140 2.Chris Halverson .........119 3.Rick Kaczmarowski ...108 4.Austin Orme...............106 5.Steven Belich...............39 50cc 1.Walker Garetson........240 2.Boede Wallner ...........182 3.Aiden Schmidt ...........148 4.Cole Montgomery ......136 5.Beau Garetson ............32 85cc 1.Brock Lueschow ........150 2.Riley Fisher................135 3.Travis Bloyer..............120 4.Caden Hosking ..........110 5.Carson Hosking ...........68 65cc 1.Chasen Orme ............222 2.Rex Valek ..................168 3.Nadia Ellingson..........153 4.Blayde Wallner...........141 5.Hayden Schumacher ...30 Women 1.Gretchen Orme..........203 2.Autumn Czappa.........192

Motocross 250A 1.Dennis Ponton Iii .......539 2.Kyle Ahola .................443 3.Austin Hamburgur......323 4.Justin Wolf .................283 5.Brady Schernick .......259 6.Jacob Vaness ...........236 7.David Watzka ............182 8.Kyle Hameister .........158 9.Taylor Strauss ...........158 10.Nathan Laporte .......138 250C 1.Brock Noreen ............671 2.Scott Fifarek .............602 3.Ronald Schmidt ........561 4.Tristin Woolf ..............318 5.Dustin Laplant ...........300 6.Dante Hatfield ...........288 7.Maxwell Mayer ..........287 8.Devin Blume .............283 9.Gabe Rasmussen .....281 10.Max Earley ..............244 Open C 1.Brock Noreen ............723 2.Scott Fifarek .............519 3.Nick Jacobson ..........486 4.Dante Hatfield ...........372 5.Maxwell Mayer ..........323 6.Dustin Laplant ...........294 7.Jacob Pilman ............274 8.Jacob Mellberg .........257 9.Hayden Zurn .............226 10.Matthew Wood ........224 Open A 1.Kyle Hameister .........377 2.Kyle Ahola .................349 3.Lucas Padrutt ...........333 4.Jacob Vaness ...........317 5.Nathan Laporte .........284 6.Joshua Philbrick .......243 7.Justin Wolf ................234 8.Austin Hamburgur .....220 9.Jesse Frassetto ........215 10.Shane Scott ............213 Open B 1.Nicholas Kubowski ...436 2.Jake Denison ............356 3.John Skuja ................351 4.Adam Peterson .........344 5.Jonah Dowd ..............315 6.William Chambers ....291 7.Robert Snider ...........223 8.Jacob Jesko ..............215 9.Jordan Nielsen ..........200 10.Samuel Burhop .......194 Women 1.Kendra Randrup .......704 2.Angeleah Gravedoni .609 3.Kendra Tutt ...............434 4.Bryanne Wolf ............422 5.Jennifer Latour ..........388 6.Alyssa Zeitler ............369 7.Sierra Heindl .............367 8.Dana Hanna .............301 9.Kaila Forstner ...........256

10.Melissa Verner ........228 2-Stroke B/C 1.Kendra Randrup .......574 2.Ry Baumann .............473 3.Sam Forstner ............404 4.Ryder Sigler ..............255 5.Cody Sigler ...............228 6.Kevin Gollubske ........211 7.Nick Jacobson ..........197 8.Dane Klinger .............181 9.Tommy Olson ............141 10.Collin Schmechel ....128 +25B/C 1.Elijah Gorecki ...........565 2.Nicholas Kubowski ...491 3.William Chambers ....445 4.Travis Kallenbach .....377 5.Chris Check ..............322 6.Andrew Draeger .......226 7.Jerold Petroski ..........214 8.Scott Ramker ............207 9.Dale Minkler ..............195 10.Robert Jones ..........191 Vet +30B/C 1.Elijah Gorecki ...........691 2.Tom Ferguson ...........307 3.James Blunt ..............241 4.Chris Frisch ..............228 5.Robert Burch ............194 6.Dave Bickel ...............194 7.Paul Yakowenko .......182 8.Kyle Bettilyon ............172 9.William Balko ............138 10.Matthew Kissner .....130 Vet +30A 1.Cody Wills .................561 2.Brad Johnson ...........548 3.Chad Nyberg ............400 4.Ben Bernard .............281 5.Darin Dionne .............239 6.Dan Van Daalwyk .....191 7.Tom Kalies ................188 8.Jake Gervais .............167 9.Marc Ottenad ............167 10.Doug Forstner .........163 +25A 1.Lucas Padrutt ...........497 2.Brad Johnson ...........389 3.Jesse Frassetto ........333 4.Eric Uren ...................309 5.Chad Nyberg ............309 6.Andrew Zambom ......252 7.Mike Haydo ...............214 8.Andrew Lieders .........183 9.Ben Bernard .............155 10.Jason Erdman .........112 Senior +40 1.Marc Ottenad ............531 2.Wayne Welzien .........473 3.Patrick Verner ...........457 4.Tim Vanvreede ..........427 5.Cory Croschere ........374 6.Tom Kalies ................339 7.Darin Dionne .............301 8.Tony G. Kalies ..........296 9.Tom Ferguson ...........285 10.Andrew Bowman ....266 Senior +50 1.Jeff Mclain ................744 2.Wayne Welzien .........653 3.Paul Haltvick .............326 4.Steven Sorge ............191 5.Glenn Korn ...............187 6.Jeff Ramsay ..............148 7.Timothy Boblin ..........111 8.Mark Joseph ...............97 9.Lonnie Urban ..............90 10.Daryl Willing ..............88 Peewee 4-6 1.Jaggyr Wolf ...............665 2.Paityn Fritchen ..........622

3.Taylor Ebben .............549 4.Brayton Wills .............407 5.Cole Goedert ............398 6.Jayce Wolf ................346 7.Chase Wunderlich ....303 8.Jayden Adams ..........294 9.Braden Rose .............229 10.Jett Wolf ..................222 85cc 9-13 1.Andrew Combs .........551 2.Cole Godfrey ............491 3.Anthony Lindholm .....484 4.Reed Klinger .............451 5.Preston Maki .............368 6.Justin Oehlhof ...........317 7.Eli Tetzlaff .................286 8.Rocco Gravedoni ......279 9.Marshall Busse .........265 10.Aidan Mccormick ....261 Peewee 7-8 1.Jace Miller ................610 2.Logan Kresal ............606 3.Carter Millette ...........594 4.Cruz Anschutz ..........555 5.Ryder Johnson .........504 6.Ryan Berger .............406 7.Isaac Opalewski .......336 8.Brody Barth ...............329 9.Jayden Wolf ..............292 10.Daylon Teddy ..........287 85cc 12-15 1.Andrew Combs .........529 2.Reed Klinger .............478 3.Anthony Lindholm .....476 4.Preston Maki .............365 5.Justin Oehlhof ...........320 6.Wyatt Liebeck ...........292 7.Rocco Gravedoni ......288 8.Haiden Waelchli ........233 9.Jake Hunger .............223 10.Matthew Aho ...........222 65cc 7-11 1.Deegan Van Vreede .683 2.Gavin Templen ..........621 3.Jace Miller .................511 4.Ayden Price ..............497 5.Aiden Weyenberg .....481 6.Ethan Ebben .............462 7.Wyatt Berger .............429 8.Logan Kresal ............304 9.Ryder Beth ................300 10.Jackson Oehlhof .....296 85cc 9-11 1.Gavin Templen ..........552 2.Cole Godfrey ............484 3.Aiden Weyenberg .....381 4.Easton Block .............368 5.Ethan Ebben .............358 6.Drake Dionne ............323 7.Eli Tetzlaff .................274 8.Jackson Oehlhof .......262 9.Ryder Beth ................258 10.Kayleb Pilman .........216 125Jr 12-16 1.Marco Gravedoni ......683 2.Ronald Schmidt ........511 3.Dane Klinger .............446 4.Tristin Woolf ..............388 5.Ry Baumann .............354 6.Devin Blume .............352 7.Sam Forstner ............320 8.Josh Bowman ...........276 9.Bailey Otis .................261 10.Wyatt Liebeck ..........229 Supermini 12-16 1.Josh Bowman ...........476 2.Dane Klinger .............195 3.Wyatt Liebeck ...........179 4.Mitchell Malaney .......178 5.Andi Bowman ...........170 6.Tyler Gamble ............150

7.Tylin Fietzer ..............138 8.Brandon Martyniak ...126 9.Carter Biese ................97 10.Brody Esper ..............88 Sportsman B/C 1.Nicholas Randrup .....685 2.Josh Barnett .............451 3.Tristin Fuerst .............271 4.Jacob Schiller ...........268 5.Lukas Erdmann ........250 6.Cody Jones ...............219 7.John Adams ..............218 8.Robert Snider ...........216 9.Colton Greaves .........193 10.Gavin Burch ............191 250B 1.Nicholas Randrup .....619 2.Marco Gravedoni ......596 3.Josh Barnett .............414 4.Jake Denison.............278 5.Tristin Fuerst..............277 6.Adam Peterson..........265 7.Jonah Dowd...............264 8.John Adams...............262 9.Cody Jones................215 10.Eric Anderson .........214

Trials Novice Class 1.Erik Wallerich.............310 Champ 1.Will Check..................286 2.Brad Villand ...............150 3.Greg Sassi.................122 4.Noel Smage.................84 5.Luke Littlefield..............76 Youth 2.Weston Poth ..............120 Advanced 1.Tony Wallerich ...........231 2.Ron Rivenburgh.........175 3.Jake Poth...................156 4.Jeff Franklin ...............147 5.Tom Littlefield.............127 6.Scott Bauer ................116 7.Keith Johnson ............113 Women 1.Vicki Wallerich ...........310 2.Nel Lopez-Ramirez....275 3.Janice Wallerich...........35 Intermediate 1.Adam Gustafson........265 2.Dave Johnson............260 3.Ryan Gustafson.........244 4.Wade Murphy-Price ...158 5.Janice Wallerich.........110 5.Homer Weber ..............85 Expert 1.Ryan Rivenburgh.......210 2.Tony Damhoff ............168 3.Rob Walters ...............138 4.Austin Smage.............111 5.Bryan Moenssen........103 Expert 1.Ryan Rivenburgh.......210 2.Tony Damhoff ............168 3.Rob Walters ...............138 4.Austin Smage.............111 5.Bryan Moenssen........103 CYCLE USA, December 2016

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District 17 Enduro

AA 5th .................Matt Adams 250A 1st...................Jarred Hall 250B 3rd ...........Chris Caballero Open A 2nd ..................Jeff Kaylor Open B 1st ........Andrew Ridenour Vet A 3rd ...........Shane Harmon

District 17 Enduro +40A 4th ............Tim Hemstreet +50A 2nd..................Rick Mahrt +60 4th ..............David Kiesow

District 17 Trials

Advanced 1st .............Don Chasteen

District 17 Dirt Track

85cc 1st ...........Chase Saathoff

District 17 Hare Scrambles +40A 1st ..........Randy Southard +50B 3rd ...........Mark Caballero +50A 2nd ...........Kevin Finefield +50A 5th...................Tim Farrell

District 17 Hare Scrambles

250B 6th ...........Chris Caballero Open A 1st...................Jarred Hall Open C 1st .........Brandon Griffiths 200C 1st ............Jhadyn Walker Vet A 2nd ...........Jeremy Walker

OMA Nationals

Pro 2 2nd..............Kyleer Vance

Dist 14 Enduro

AA 1st ....................Tyler Vore

District 17 Gran Prix

Open 3rd ..................Jarred Hall B class 3rd ...........Chris Caballero Vintage 3rd ...........Mark Caballero Vintage 4th .......................Jay Hall


2016 Season Top Finishers Congratulations Everyone!

Gran Prix

122-Open: 1.Travis Ward ...............278 2.Garrett Ward ..............224 3.Jarred Hall ...................81 4.Cody Barnes................60 5.Bren Raschke ..............55 6.Grant Bodmer ..............46 7.Jesse Keith ..................37 14-29: 1.Drake Lineback..........327 2.Blake Ryan ................218 3.Joseph Voegtle ..........161 4.Cody Barnes..............120 5.Jacob McCarrens.......110 6.Jarred Hall ...................79 7.Garrett Ward ................66 30+: 1.Ryan Moss.................270 2.Brian Roland..............160 3.Gretchen Orme..........105 4.Casey Shatters ............99 5.Jeremy Smith...............55 40+: 1.Steve Perkins ............338 2.Eric Wheelwright........269 3.Ryan McCoy ..............238 4.Brian Roland..............203 5.Aaron Laho ................109 6.Joe Voegtle..................87 7.John McCarrens ..........77 50+: 1.Gerhard Ward ............254 2.Shawn VanAlsburg ....240 3.DJ RyanSr .................225 4.Robert Baumer ..........224 5.Timothy Ryan...............91 6.Douglas Propper..........61 7.Jeff Oldenburg .............57 65cc: 1.Chasen Orme ............263 2.Regan Doerr ..............218 3.Reece Doerr ..............186 4.Landon Lee................150 5.Zackery Jensen ...........46 85/Super Mini: 1.Gavin Sienkiewicz .....277 2.Chasen Orme ............144 3.Connor Pilon................96 4.Colin Halloran ..............74 5.Andrew Voegtle ...........57 A: 1.Drake Lineback..........309 2.Travis Ward ...............255 3.Blake Ryan ................245 4.Ryan Moss.................155 5.Cody Barnes..............150 6.Jarred Hall ...................71 7.Benjamin Schmidt........68

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B: 1.Garrett Ward ..............239 2.Joseph Voegtle ..........203 3.Chris Caballero..........145 4.Jacob McCarrens ......143 5.Tanner Whipple..........137 6.Andrew Ballard ..........128 7.Tony Spizzirri .............108 C: 1.Thor Rick ...................323 2.Spencer Neurohr .......271 3.Erik Carlson ...............190 4.Alex Moss ..................153 5.Allie Roland ...............131 6.Gavin Sienkiewicz .......64 7.Noah Lee .....................58 Vintage: 1.Lee Orme...................394 2.Brian Roland..............325 3.Mark Caballero ..........251 4.Jay Hall........................39 5.Micah Statler................37 6.Susan Creek................37 7.Jarred Hall ...................30 Women: 1.Allie Roland ...............343 2.Michelle Dalton ..........315 3.Krysten Merchantz.....222 4.Morgan Wheelwright..161 5.Kristy Roland .............103 6.Autumn Torres ...........101 7.Allison Kocher..............83

Hare Scrambles

201-Open C: 1.Brandon Griffiths ........411 2.Patrick Hirschman .....394 3.Thomas Walters.........266 4.Cody McIntyre ...........224 5.Erik Carlson ...............154 6.Miro Tuska .................107 7.Brandon DePatie .......106 251-Open B: 1.Tyler Dwyer................475 2.Daniel Smith ..............421 3.Derek Roberts ...........317 4.Peter Kavsky .............188 5.Nolan Blaesing ..........143 6.Alex Harmon................99 7.Tyler Cloyd...................77 30+ A: 1.John Griffiths .............474 2.Jeremy Walker...........451 3.Michael Manuel..........311 4.Cody Toal...................273 5.Brae Williams.............250 6.Kyle Ulve ...................136 7.Jeremy Smith .............116

30+ B: 1.Jaramie Brown...........510 2.Justin Long ................450 3.Adam Dhamer ...........378 4.Ramie Fox .................371 5.Jeff Nelson.................206 6.Mike Robinson...........183 7.Ryan Cozad...............174 30+ C: 1.Nate Sefton................444 2.William DeCicco ........350 3.Duncan Gray .............345 4.Dustyn Smith .............251 5.Matthew Gillespie ......167 6.Michael Laws.............130 7.John Taveirne ............126 4 Wheel 30+ AB: 1.Kevin Johnson ...........306 2.Andre Topper .............252 3.Kevin Hall ....................86 4 Wheel A: 1.Christopher Barnes....243 2.Shea Dickson ............205 3.Chris Breitwieser .......192 4.Bret Harris .................135 5.Joseph Nemitz ...........115 6.Trace Jochim ...............97 7.Dustin Cowan ..............97 4 Wheel B: 1.Brent Coyle................319 2.Jeremy Carlyle ...........211 3.Bret Daehler ..............175 4 Wheel C: 1.Mickey Martin ............306 2.Kobe Near ...................82 3.Michael Stelmar...........54 40+ A: 1.Randy Southard.........487 2.Brian Roland..............445 3.Greg Blaesing............155 4.Steve Perkins ............127 5.Erik Olson ..................101 6.David Brewster ............89 7.Brian Studniarz ............84 40+ B: 1.Stacy Stewart ............535 2.John McCarrens ........237 3.DJ Parks ....................219 4.Matt Vincent...............159 5.Matt Cloyd .................154 6.Jason Kedzie .............118 7.Bud Durland.................87 40+ C: 1.Craig Reed ................445 2.Mike Stutzman...........257 3.Brian Halloran............160 4.Sam Adkisson............145 5.Jay Porter ..................122 6.Benjamin Cain ...........104 7.Gregory Brown ............88 50+ A: 1.Wally Mika .................470 2.Kevin Finefield ...........291 3.Kenny Otterbach........266 4.Brad Cloyd.................157 5.Tim Farrell..................152 6.Ken Matway ...............114 7.Raymond Devlin ........105 50+ B: 1.Douglas Propper........481 2.Ed Howard.................335

3.Mark Caballero ..........275 4.Dale Smith .................270 5.John Kirk....................183 6.Lyle Piecha ................180 7.Jeff McGrath ..............142 50cc (4-6 yrs): 1.Austin Burns ..............530 2.Kade Heilman ............445 3.Ashten Tritsch............363 4.Cooper Lair................209 5.Cooper Duff ...............168 6.Travis Lentz ...............145 7.Ethan Whitten ..............53 50cc (7-8 yrs): 1.Brady Dillbeck............434 2.Jack Allgeyer .............403 3.Levi Fortune...............341 4.Regan Doerr ..............295 5.Reece Doerr ..............264 6.Ayden White ..............259 7.Mason Wise...............231 65cc: 1.Jhak Walker ...............427 2.Cole Morgan ..............370 3.Kody Shetler ..............180 4.Reece Frankford........122 5.Oscar Young ................74 6.Tyler Lentz ...................59 7.Grayson Plowman .......25 65cc Beginner: 1.Riley Roberts .............455 2.Lane Davis.................438 3.Kyle Walker................377 4.Ethan Fox ..................335 5.Davin Shike ...............287 6.Mason Wise...............268 7.Levi Fortune...............257 85cc: 1.Elijah Berryman .........490 2.Cody Stewart .............488 3.Jayson Crawford........428 4.Easton Morgan ..........333 5.Lake Plowman ...........248 6.Chad Phelps ..............183 7.Colton King ................167 98-200 C: 1.Jhadyn Walker ...........458 2.Thor Rick ...................428 3.Elijah Otterbach .........316 4.Jayson Crawford........303 5.James Adkisson.........293 6.Jacob Rossmiller .......236 7.Alex Moss ..................165 98-250 B: 1.Tanner Whipple..........496 2.Jacob Crosby.............364 3.Tommy Fortune..........360 4.Douglas PropperII......344 5.TJ Nees .....................330 6.Chris Caballero..........225 7.Nick Balzer ................204 98-Open A: 1.Jarred Hall .................454 2.Colten Zuidema .........310 3.Benjamin Schmidt......233 4.Mason Schuhler.........161 5.Luke Kaszynski..........148 6.Brian Reed.................133 7.Shane Harmon ..........105 AA: 1.Cody Barnes..............495

2.Matthew McDonald....407 3.Colt Converse............360 4.Wyatt Barnett .............211 5.David Stickel..............123 6.Travis Ward ...............121 7.Austin Wells ...............105 Super Mini: 1.Trevor Keogh .............414 2.Kyle Roberts ..............323 3.Billy Weirup................322 4.Tommy Fortune..........260 5.Tyler Whipple.............230 6.Gavin Sienkiewicz .....171 7.Kane Ulve ..................165 Women: 1.Allie Roland ...............530 2.Darcie Graham ..........449 3.Riley Walters..............423 4.BriAnn Stocklen .........339 5.Brittany Grubaugh .....298 6.Susan Creek..............263 7.Taylor Weirup.............198

Trials

Champ 1.Greg Sassi.................141 2.Luke Littlefield..............75 3.Dave Rohrschneider....60 4.Alain Vandewalle .........18 Expert 1.Mike Cross.................150 2.Ryan Rivenburgh.......127 3.Garry Gardner ...........125 4.Eric Miller.....................86 5.Rob Walter...................56 Advanced 1.Donald Chasteen.......135 2.Warren Lange ............121 3.Tom Littlefield...............90 4.Mitchell Littlefield .........80 5.Weston Burke ..............76 Intermediate 1.Ray Cosgrove............150 2.Travis Lange ..............138 3.Pete Whitley...............115 4.Anton Glueck ...............71 5.Doyle Sutherland .........66 Novice 1.David Ast ...................131 2.Angie Okos ................123 3.Kimi Gardner .............122 4.Anna Rushbrook........101 5.Tyler Ingold ..................83 Senior 1.Jeff Franklin ...............165 2.Ron Rivenburgh...........99 3.Jim Shaidle ..................90 4.Glen Falter...................75 5.Ralph Littlefield ............55


Vintage 1.Tito Nappi ..................201 2.Brandon Prouty............60 3.Dale Prouty..................59 4.Kent Franklin ...............50 5.Clark Runyard..............30 Youth 1.Chasen Orme ............120 Women 1.Loreydi Ramirez ........120 2.Nicole Interrante ..........75 3.Gretchen Orme............46

Stadium

125cc: 1.David Fitzpatrick ........210 2.Tyler Rohl ..................191 3.Cody Barnes..............156 4.Garrett Ward ..............147 5.Gavin Sienkiewicz .....121 6.Noah Lee ...................106 7.Travis Ward .................99 14-24: 1.Blake Ryan ................147 2.Brandon Larson .........118 3.Conner Robinson .......117 4.Tyler Rohl...................116 5.Austin Beaty ..............109 6.Nate Hornung ............109 7.RJ Mackenzie ..............86 25+: 1.Kyle White .................200 2.Erik Utech ..................130 3.Pete Hinich ................117 4.Jonathan Six ..............115 5.Justin Kelly ..................88 6.Burton Lavens .............84 7.Chad Johnson .............76 250 A: 1.Kyle White .................201 2.Scott Zont ..................124 3.Cody Barnes ..............113 4.Joseph Dalzell ...........108 5.Erik Utech ..................104 6.Conner Robinson.........74 7.Jonathan Six................68 250 B: 1.Austin Beaty ..............197 2.Jordan Mackiewicz ....134 3.RJ Mackenzie ............132 4.Jacob Lorenz .............116 5.Matthew McDannel....107 6.Brian Haines ..............100 7.Blake Bauer .................88 250 C: 1.David Fitzpatrick ........346 2.Lucas Garrels ............344 3.Tanyon Palka .............260 4.Erik Carlson ...............238 5.Anthony Lewardowski177 6.Andrew Gerdau .........170 7.Corey Roberts ...........145 30+ A: 1.Larry Bank .................225 2.Chad Johnson ...........158 3.Steve Perkins ............131 4.Burton Lavens............118 5.Justin Kelly ................100

6.Tom Hofmaster ............80 7.Brian White ..................72 30+ B/C: 1.Juan Wonders ...........232 2.Jacob Fabrizius .........193 3.Jay Jahns ..................190 4.Brent Johnson ...........145 5.Nicholas Smith...........130 6.Kenneth Vande Velde 125 7.Brian Roland ..............114 40+: 1.Larry Bank .................332 2.Steve Perkins ............222 3.Jay Jahns ..................221 4.Burton Lavens ...........200 5.Kenneth Vande Velde 131 6.Brian Roland ..............111 7.Kevin Lee.....................96 50 Jr: 1.Jaxson Schiller ..........259 2.Mikah Carpenter ........180 3.Nolan Simonton .........173 4.Matthew Alshouse .....158 5.Connor Cooper ..........117 6.Landon Whitney...........99 7.Joseph Arnold..............96 50 Sr: 1.Preston Zollers ..........360 2.Nathan Bierbom.........286 3.Braden Wereski .........276 4.Brody Brewer.............195 5.Nathan Waldron.........175 6.Reece Doerr ..............122 7.Regan Doerr ..............104 50cc 4-8: 1.Jaxson Schiller ..........340 2.Cashton Dilley ...........201 3.Connor Cooper ..........167 4.Grant Robinson .........146 5.Jax Ellul .....................117 6.Trey Lee.....................104 7.Matthew Alshouse .......92 65 Jr: 1.Ayden Oppenlander...360 2.Nathan Bierbom.........255 3.Kallin Thomas ............239 4.Peter Parenti..............169 5.Kellen ArnoldIII ..........107 6.Reece Doerr ................70 7.Regan Doerr ................67 65 Sr: 1.Talan Zollers ..............240 2.Maxwell Williams .......215 3.Lucas Geistler ............115 4.Nathan Bills .................65 85 Jr: 1.Brandon Bollino .........250 2.Maxwell Williams .......204 3.Jackson Herra ...........199 4.Luke Jackson.............152 5.Lucas Geistler............148 6.Evan Griffiths .............120 7.Connor Pilon ..............119 85 Sr: 1.Hunter Billingsley.......288 2.Zachary Brunner........226 3.Anthony Vargas .........205 4.Conner Burger ...........150 5.Kevin Mulligan ...........148 6.James Waldron............63 7.Wyatt Brock .................51 Open A: 1.Kyle White .................197 2.Scott Zont ..................116 3.Jonathan Six..............102 4.Erik Utech ..................100 5.Cody Barnes................99 Open B: 1.Blake Ryan ................171 2.Brandon Larson .........132

3.Cody Richter ..............114 4.Brian Haines ..............106 5.Matthew McDannel....102 6.Justin Carr ...................89 7.RJ Mackenzie ..............89 Open C: 1.Lucas Garrels ............385 2.Tanyon Palka .............234 3.Michael Furst .............182 4.Anthony Lewardowski152 5.Corey Roberts ...........141 6.Jusitn Horter ..............140 7.Andrew Gerdau .........138 Super Mini: 1.Hunter Billingsley.......208 2.Gavin Sienkiewicz .....183 3.Kevin Mulligan ...........133 4.Conner Burger .............86 5.Tommy Fortune............80 Women: 1.Emily Smith................268 2.Allie Roland ...............262 3.Brooke Kennebeck ....132 4.Erin Pusateri ..............127 5.Rachel Fuller ...............97 6.Kyleigh McLaughlin .....96 7.Brooke Lee ..................91

Motocross

125cc: 1.Joshua Franklin .........225 2.Nolan Dickinson.........218 3.Jonah Geistler .............90 4.John Greer...................88 5.Harley Kunkel ..............82 6.Jordan Roxworthy........69 7.David Fitzpatrick ..........66 14-24: 1.Eddie Kline ................332 2.Kyle Campbell ...........314 3.Jason Bruno...............117 4.Zack Scott..................109 5.Conner Robinson.........77 6.Dylan Boyd ..................72 7.Brock Shelton ..............66 25+: 1.Ty Tyrrell ....................326 2.Justin Kelly ................292 3.Scott Kooistra ............216 4.Aaron Carter ..............212 5.Charlie Buffum ...........137 6.Eric Feuilleriat ............118 7.Arick Abraham ...........100 250 A: 1.Byron Downen ...........149 2.Zach Coons ...............122 3.Conner Robinson.......121 4.Chase Sexton ............120 5.Taylor McLaughlin........85 6.Alec Perry ....................76 7.Austin Das ...................50 250 B: 1.Kyle Campbell ...........280 2.Edward Lengwin ........232 3.Tyler Collins ...............199 4.Bryce Cox ..................163 5.Connor Mullowney.....128 6.Dylan Boyd ................113

7.Klayton Fox................107 250 C: 1.Brock Shelton ............444 2.Lucas Garrels ............240 3.Jacob McGee ............219 4.Nick Wuertzer ............208 5.Chase Boykin ............207 6.Paul Law....................140 7.Andrew Mueller..........134 30+ A: 1.Justin Kelly ................240 2.Joseph Buskirk ..........121 3.Eric Feuilleriat ............116 4.John Medcalf ...............63 5.Jeff Kluga.....................53 6.Burton Lavens .............52 7.Tim White.....................47 30+ B/C: 1.Bob McGee................373 2.Aaron Carter ..............198 3.Scott Kooistra ............196 4.Eran Salzmann ..........170 5.Lucas Stambaugh......154 6.Mike Prince................129 7.Cory Lingle ................120 40+: 1.Roy Nafzger...............158 2.Joseph Buskirk ..........156 3.Eric Horcher...............137 4.Eran Salzmann ..........133 5.Arek Kruk...................107 6.Jim Coons....................95 7.Joel Middlebrook .........88 45+: 1.Roy Nafzger...............170 2.Michael Kistler ...........168 3.Eric Horcher...............156 4.Tim Filippi ..................135 5.Jim Coons..................127 6.Dan Hall .....................116 7.Jason Dollas ................90 4-Wheel 300cc: 1.Nathan Knull ................96 2.Chase Dorsey..............78 3.Roger Lyall...................68 4.Jacob Lincoln...............40 4-Wheel 90cc: 1.Kyle Smith .................222 2.Tyler Svob..................206 3.Zach Smith ..................71 4-Wheel A: 1.Drake Koelling .............95 2.Jeremy Raupp .............70 3.Zachary Kaczmarzyk ...66 4.Justin Medine ..............65 5.William Easley .............27 4-Wheel B: 1.Ryan Dassow ............140 2.Kelton Zeman ............117 3.Mark Dekker ..............105 4.Jeremiah Stearns ......103 5.Ryan Ellingson.............70 4-Wheel C: 1.Tyler Shugars ............243 2.Alex Veith...................176 3.Craig Fyfe ..................145 4.Luke Burmeister .........111 5.Matthew Worthington...85 6.Andrew Coleman .........73 7.Dean Reehoff ..............68 50 Jr: 1.Jaxson Schiller ..........406 2.Ryder McGee ............285 3.Mikah Carpenter ........200 4.Satas Vaupsas...........149 5.Joseph BuskirkJr .......123 6.Nolan Simonton .........120 7.Matthew Alshouse......113

50 Sr: 1.William Tucker ...........380 2.Gavin Roth.................351 3.Preston Zollers ..........309 4.Nathan Bierbom.........184 5.Nathan Waldron.........160 6.Wade McFarden ........138 7.Peter Parenti................82 50+: 1.Scott Campbell ..........353 2.Orville Kline ...............315 3.Andy Kooistra ............311 4.Scott Spindler ............241 5.Roy Nafzger...............203 6.John Stiles .................167 7.James Pinckard .........164 50cc 4-8: 1.Jaxson Schiller ..........480 2.Ryder McGee ............353 3.Nolan Simonton .........171 4.Denali Gorden............118 5.Matthew Alshouse......116 6.Joseph BuskirkJr .......108 7.Gavin Mains.................84 55+: 1.Orville Kline ...............368 2.Andy Kooistra ............322 3.Roy Bittner.................241 4.Robert Carpenter.......173 5.David Thomas ...........142 6.William Ziesk .............128 7.William Holzapfel .......127 65 Jr: 1.Ayden Oppenlander...456 2.Leo Tucker.................381 3.Christopher Colantoni308 4.Peter Parenti..............293 5.Kyla Pogliano.............263 6.Gavin Roth.................231 7.Hunter Savage...........198 65 Sr: 1.Gavin Batson .............314 2.Colin Nash .................278 3.Talan Zollers ..............228 4.Thomas Wojtasow .....164 5.Maxwell Williams .......155 6.Lucas Geistler..............90 7.Evan Entas ..................73 85 Jr: 1.Luke Jackson.............328 2.Joe Elliott ...................274 3.Colin Nash .................239 4.Anthony Edgerton......237 5.Joey Promenschenkel233 6.Edgar Lewis...............227 7.Kevin Huddleston ......221 85 Sr: 1.Conner Burger ...........306 2.John Perovic..............280 3.Zennan Shain ............248 4.Joseph Hoyt...............184 5.Cole Dekker...............147 6.James Waldron..........144 7.Kash Schnowske .......135 Open A: 1.Ty Tyrrell ....................196 2.Zach Coons ...............195 3.Chase Sexton ............130 4.Mark Marincic ............108 5.Taylor McLaughlin......104 6.Billy Holzapfel ..............90 7.Alec Perry ....................82 Open B: 1.Eddie Kline ................272 2.Edward Lengwin ........246 3.Bryce Cox ..................171 4.Daniel Hale ................132 5.Connor Mullowney.....108 6.Gavin Hawks ...............94 7.Chase Boykin ..............94 CYCLE USA, December 2016

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Motocross Continued Open C: 1.Brock Shelton ............414 2.Lucas Garrels ............245 3.Chase Boykin ............197 4.Cole Watkins..............134 5.Austin Cobb ...............133 6.Nick Wuertzer ............131 7.Andrew Gerdau .........121 Schoolboy: 1.Nolan Dickinson.........192 2.Spencer Whitney .......129 3.Jacob McGee ..............96 4.Jonah Geistler .............87 5.Conner Burger .............74 6.John Greer...................68 7.Dawson Ryker .............49 Schoolboy 2: 1.Tyler Collins ...............208 2.Nolan Dickinson.........201 3.Nick Wuertzer ............165 4.Spencer Mountcastle.140 5.Jacob McGee ............102 6.Andrew Mueller............74 7.Jason Gepford .............58 Super Mini: 1.Conner Burger ...........290 2.Zennan Shain ............265 3.Jaden Pogliano..........223 4.Joseph Hoyt...............179 5.Cole Dekker...............155 6.James Waldron..........146 7.Hunter Billingsley.......107 Vintage: 1.Eddie Kline ................354 2.Justin Hooper ............267 3.James Pinckard .........246 4.Michael Kistler ...........168 5.Ryder Schnowske......168 6.Mike Prince................152 7.Dan Hall.....................139 Women: 1.Jaden Pogliano..........327 2.Rollanda Pinckard .....249 3.Kimberly Middlebrook 107 4.Erin Pusateri ................78 5.Breanna Miller .............69 6.Kyleigh McLaughlin .....59 7.Ashleigh Newmarker ...50

Enduro

Overall A: 1.Keil Mueller................198 2.Ryan Moss.................194 3.Blake Ryan ................181 4.Rob McKee..................86 5.Paul Fabrizius..............66

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Overall B: 1.Tanner Whipple..........145 2.Andrew Ridenour .......118 3.Jason Kedzie .............108 4.Mateusz Denslaw ........86 5.Casey Shatters ............81 AA: 1.Kiel Mueller................198 2.Ryan Moss.................194 3.Blake Ryan ................190 4.Rob McGee .................97 5.Matt Adams..................80 6.Eric Mischler ................63 7.Darren Carlson ............62 C: 1.Alex Moss ..................139 2.Gretchen Orme............72 3.Martin Plumb ...............57 4.Todd Fogle...................56 5.Brandon DePatie .........34 98-250A: 1.Jared Hall ..................241 2.Heath Drone ................64 3.Don McDonald.............16 98-250B: 1.Tanner Whipple..........176 2.Stan Szlachciuk .......171 3.Chris Caballero..........125 4.Garret Ward .................30 5.Alex Moss ....................25 Open (251-Up) A: 1.Tom Elliott ..................213 2.Jeff Kaylor..................106 3.Kurt Marsan .................98 4.John Zigler...................25 5.Heath Drone ................15 Open (251-Up) B: 1.Andrew Ridenour.......219 2.Nick Campbell .............80 3.Peter Kavsky ...............73 4.Joey Frey.....................59 5.Ben Bradford ...............16 Vet (30+) A: 1.Michael Manuel .........193 2.Lee Orme...................135 3.Shane Harmon ............75 4.Brett Drew....................54 5.Jared Parker ................30 6.Ryan Duff.....................28 7.Micah Statler................27 Vet (30+) B: 1.Casey Shatters ..........179 2.Mateusz Denslaw ......150 3.Bobby Cook .................86 4.Mark Misek ..................42 5.Justin Long ..................30 Senior (40+) A: 1.Travis Held.................250 2.Paul Fabrizius............152 3.Dan Ryan...................109 4.Tim Hemstreet .............48 5.Dave Edsall .................44 6.John Stichnoth.............43 7.Brian Roland................21 Senior (40+) B: 1.Jason Kedzie .............183 2.Byron Stalter ..............111 3.Bill Elliott ......................59 4.Jeff Fink .......................54 5.Ken Mckeever..............30 6.Brandon Frizzo ............30 7.Laine Stevens..............23 Super Senior (50+) A: 1.Erik Shafer.................194 2.Rick Mahrt..................116 3.Jeff Fredette ..............100 4.Brian Niehaus ..............95 5.Don Raschke ...............93 6.Bruce Mueller ..............82 7.DJ Ryan.......................73

Super Senior (50+) B: 1.Greg Cooke ...............172 2.Karl Davidson ............119 3.Mike White.................105 4.Paul Biggerstaff ...........68 5.Dale Buffo ....................66 6.Vern Scholl ..................55 7.Tim Ryan .....................55 Masters (60+): 1.Wally Mika .................242 2.Richard Mertes ..........213 3.Layton Erickson ...........66 4.David Kiesow...............18 5.Mike Brubaker .............18

Hillclimb

Subject to change as best event calculation not yet made. 50cc: 1.Jenner, Kasen............286 2.Ballinger, Trenton.......140 3.McKay, Jace ................71 4.Bolin, Bradley ..............30 5.Kimbro, Trenton ...........30 6.Luca, Trae....................21 7.Schurm, Louie .............30 85cc Sr.: 1.McGurer, Lilah ..........380 2.Reece, Cody..............105 3.Boneau, Johnny...........30 250cc: 1.Peters, Levi................409 2.Camerer, Troy............279 3.Trent, Justin ...............158 4.Wheelwright, Eric.......127 5.Lumberry, Denver ......139 750cc: 1.Peters, Matt ...............200 2.Hillard, Paul ...............110 3.Bronnenberg, Nick.......60 Super Senior +50: 1.Pulver, Michael ..........465 2.Dunbar, Mark .............150 3.Peters, Mark ..............113 4.Jack, Jeff ...................106 4.Klett, Keith .................102 5.Shafer, Steve ...............64 600cc 4-Stroke: 1.Camerer, Troy............351 2.McKay, Jared .............329 3.Peters, Matt ...............205 4.Gorsuch, Kirk.............178 5.Wheelwright, Eric.........91 Women: 1.McGurer, Lilah ...........309 2.Ashworth, Shay .........160 3.Wheelwright, Morgan.120 4.Schultz, Emily.............111 5.Fraedrich, Amber .........81 65cc: 1.Aliprandini, Jaydn ......486 2.Groth, Kody ...............200 3.Price, Clayson .............75 125cc: 1.Bennett, Brodie..........290 2.Schutlz, Emily ............164

3.Fortner, Andrew .........132 4.Wheelwright, Morgan .110 5.Shafer, Shelby .............68 5.Hirsch, Clayton ............42 450cc: 1.Peters, Levi................354 2.McKay, Jared .............294 3.Camerer, Troy............280 4.Peters, Matt ...............185 5.Gorsuch, Kirk.............145 Open: 1.Groth, Andy................207 2.Klett, Brian .................166 3.Schultz, Wade............140 4.Peters, Mark ..............113 5.McGurer, Joe ...............80 400cc Stock: 1.Camerer, Troy............355 2.Pulver, Michael ..........339 3.Valstad, Derek ...........308 4.Galloway, Kyle ...........253 5.Trent, Justin ...............120 2-Stroke Quad: 1.Hillard, Paul ...............120 85cc Jr.: 1.Aliprandini, Jaydn ......473 2.Groth, Kody .................30 3.Dryer, Nathan ..............25 200cc: 1.Peters, Levi................386 2.Valstad, Derek ...........328 3.Schultz, Emily ............115 4.Wheelwright, Morgan.106 5.Jack, Jeff .....................80 600cc: 1.Peters, Levi................356 2.Pulver, Michael ..........306 3.Galloway, Kyle ...........258 4.McKay, Jared .............251 4.Trent, Justin ...............204 5.Schultz, Wade............154 Senior +40: 1.Pulver, Michael ..........375 2.Galloway, Kyle ...........339 3.Peters, Matt ...............217 4.Fortner, Andy .............206 5.Schultz, Wade............167 6.Wheelwright, Eric.......161 Open Stock: 1.Goodman, Mark.........135 2.Jack, Jeff .....................94 3.Kuhl, Steve ..................60 4.Russell, Aaron .............60 4.Hackbarth, Paul ...........50 5.Ulve, Kyle ....................42 4-Stroke Quad: 1.Camerer, Troy..............90

Dirt Track 250cc: 1.Gunner Schmidgall 2.Josh Cecil 3.Alex Sandoval 4.Braiden Cox 5.Robert Benoist 450 Quad: 1.Damon Brown 2.Scott Adams

271 246 208 128 48 170 102

3.Greg Watts 4.Charles Williams 5.Ryan Kaufman 450cc: 1.Kolton Featherston 2.Jake Fell 125 3.Alex Sandoval 4.Alex Felland 5.Blake Svensson 50 Chain: 1.Trevor Tidwell 2.Konnor Copelen 3.Cayden Cox 4.Trenton Crow 5.Dalton Hinshaw 50 Shaft: 1.Konnor Copelen 2.Michael Camp 3.Caden Bender 4.Alexis Smith 5.Devin Thompson 65cc: 1.Chase Saathoff 2.Tyler Tidwell 3.Joe Tucker 4.Declan Bender 5.Jacob Cecil 75-125cc 4 STK: 1.Cayden Cox 2.Hunter Mulvey 3.Mason Jackson 85cc: 1.Chase Saathoff 2.Tyler Tidwell 3.Chase Anderson 4.Kash Schnowske 5.Joe Tucker 86-160cc 4 STK: 1.Kash Schnowske 2.Jake Fell 11 Open AM: 1.Kolton Featherston 2.Jake Fell 143 3.Sara Saathoff 4.Alex Sandoval 5.William Kent Open Quad: 1.Damon Brown 2.Greg Watts 3.Zach Switzer 4.Ryan Kaufman 5.Scott Adams SR 40+: 1.Tony Watkins 2.Greg Sander 3.James Abbott 4.Jon Nunes 5.Jack Klein SS 50+: 1.Tony Watkins 2.Greg Donley 3.Darwin Hinshaw 4.Chip Perry 5.Tim Trowbridge 6.Randall Senneff 7.Barry Johnson Vet 30+: 1.James Abbott 2.Lance Kent 3.Jon Nunes 4.Jared Parker 5.Chris McCrory Vintage: 1.Darwin Hinshaw 2.Joe Baggott 3.Gaylan Oros 4.Marc Martz 5.David Rhodes

94 90 72 256 79 76 60 298 201 180 75 63 275 189 116 92 37 370 292 178 130 113 80 41 7 296 165 68 43 36 60

244 63 63 56 188 109 96 95 72 214 127 123 73 66 291 230 143 108 56 54 54 121 115 63 43 30 155 136 73 45 40


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Hillclimb

Micro Mini 4-8: 1.Lane Brookshaw........182 2.Charlie Engnes ..........137 3.Brady Kirchner...........133 65cc 7-11: 1.Lane Brookshaw........191 2.Clive Brookshaw........158 3.Brady Kirchner...........109 Mini Jr. 7-11: 1.Clive Brookshaw........155 2.Lane Brookshaw........151 3.Brady Kirchner...........144 Mini Sr. 12-15: 1.Bodee O’Neil .............200 2.Damon Warwick.........144 3.Kaden Funk .................80 Supermini: 1.Bodee O’Neil .............200 2.Damion Huppert ........141 3.Damon warwick .........117 125: 1.Bodee O’Neil .............156 2.casey Virkus ..............137 3.Colton Landwer .........130 Senior: 1.Mike Wood.................146 2.Mike Marty .................133 3.Brad Cain...................103 4.Tim Cain ......................94 Super Senior: 1.Tim Cain ....................172 2.Brad Cain...................140 3.Dan McMurlyn ...........108 Women: 1.Casey Virkus .............200 2.Olivia Bach ................130 3.Madison Welch ..........113 200: 1.Taylor O’Neil ..............172 2.Braiden henry ............141 3.Jason Laven ..............132 4.Jared Marty..................82 250: 1.Jason Braun ..............125 2.Nathan Prebe.............116 3.Taylor O’Neil ..............116 4.Dylan Nichols.............101 5.Colton Landwer ...........79 450: 1.Taylor O’Neil ..............144 2.Logan Peterson .........113 3.Travis Schroedl............72 4.nathan Prebe ...............61 5.Logan Cipala ...............50 6.Zach Degross ..............49 600: 1.Jason Braun ..............121 2.Dylan Nichols .............118 3.Mike Wood...................96 4.Bradley Marking...........68 5.Logan Peterson ...........63 750: 1.Travis Schroedl..........148 2.Kaleb Northrup...........116 3.Bradley Marking...........80 Open: 1.Dylan Nichols.............151 2.Bradley Marking...........88 3.Logan Cipala ...............75 ATV: 1.Zach Diercks..............155

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2.Austin Welch ..............115 3.Joel Diercks .................94 King of the Hill: 1.Logan Cipala .............100 2.Jason Braun ................88 3.Dylan Nichols...............83 4.Mike Wood...................81 5.Aaron Bechel ...............63

Flat Track

50cc Stock Chain: 1.Wyatt Hastings ..........222 50cc Shift & Shaft: 1.Jacob Schmidt ...........266 65cc Mini: 1.Waylon Hastings........247 80cc Open: 1.Jesse Holmberg.........260 2.Waylon Hastings........204 3.Jack Freeman............196 4.Jacob Schmidt ...........152 Supermini: 1.Jesse Holmberg.........281 2.Jack Freeman............210 Beginner C Open (no jacket, no award) 1.Allison Bailey .............187 Vet 30+: 1.Rich Delak .................214 2.Brad Barickman .........213 3.Ryan Schmidt ............129 4.Ryan Einerwold .........123 5.Randy Thistle .............110 Senior 40+ 1.Dan Bailey .................231 2.Randy Thistle.............130 Master 50+: 1.David Darsow ............220 2.Randy Thistle.............175 3.Greg Schmidt.............174 600 Vintage: 1.Adam Schmidt ...........284 2.Ryan Schmidt ............250 3.Victor Wanchena .......205 Open Twin: 1.Eric Dietz ...................186 2.Adam Schmidt ...........134 250/450 A: 1.Zach Bailey................171 Open A: 1.Rich Delak .................173 2.Zach Bailey................155 Open B: 1.Brad Barickman .........245 2.Victor Wanchena .......188 3.Trevor Sterzinger .......167 Open Semi Pro: 1.Josh Koch..................247 2.Andrew Hook .............203 450 Semi Pro: 1.Josh Koch..................250 2.Andrew Hook .............192 MadDog: 1.Dan Bailey .................280 2.Adam Schmidt ...........216 3.Zach Bailey................193 4.Brady Peterson..........140 5.Allison Bailey .............130 Quad Mini 50/70: 1.Ryker Jackman-Shaw275 2.Luke Sampair ............153

Quad Production 90: 1.Jaden Dostal..............175 Quad Youth Sprt 200/300: 1.Jon Johnson ..............310 2.Brad Schroeder .........285 3.Jesse Holmberg.........150 Quad Vet 25+: 1.Mark Olson ................297 2.Tim Hinz.....................201 Quad Open B: 1.Dustin Wigen .............213 2.Bryan Ludington ........187 Quad Open A: 1.Justin Berhow ............278 2.Brandon Mattson .......239 3.Tim Hinz.....................180 Quad Semi Pro/AM: 1.Justin Berhow ............262 2.Mark Olson ................262 3.Brandon Mattson .......181 4.Tim Hinz.....................176

Motocross

50cc Multi Speed 4-8: 1.Kai M. Morgan ..........475 2.Karsen M. Tabaka .....437 3.Wyatt C. Niedfeldt .....390 4.Deegan Leaf .............348 5.Jameson Olson .........343 50cc Oil Injected 4-8: 1.James Schaffer .........475 2.Kahler Omann ..........413 3.Wyatt C. Niedfeldt .....371 4.Deegan Leaf .............349 5.Jameson Olson .........337 50cc Pre Mix 4-6: 1.Kai M. Morgan ..........472 2.James Schaffer .........442 3.Karsen M. Tabaka .....404 4.Bentlee Walker .........378 50cc Pre Mix 7-8: 1.Brady Karolevitz .......463 2.Christian Berg ...........417 3.Braxton Kragenbring .414 4.Kaden M. Tabaka ......409 5.Aydan Odencrans .....296 6.Jacob Peters .............296 7.Briar Madison ...........283 8.Blake Gyldenvand ....263 9.Brayan Anstine .........235 10.Gavin Stoltenberg ...228 11.Cody L. Bohlman ....208 65cc 7-9: 1.Braden Long .............475 2.Brady Karolevitz .......417 3.Christian Berg ...........380 4.Caleb Bohlman .........347 5.Kaden M. Tabaka ......328 6.Ryan Sheetz .............309 7.Brennan Long ...........284 8.Jeffrey Rinkel ............275 9.Adrian Hauge ............267 10.Ethan Rennie ..........251 11.Braxton Kragenbring 231 12.Spencer Odencrans 192 65cc 10-11: 1.Domenic D. Hegman 460 2.Brodie J. Boumeester 418 3.Jacob Oehrlein .........376 4.Karsen Omann .........366 5.Jack Gyldenvand ......254

65cc 7-11: 1.Domenic D. Hegman 443 2.Braden Long .............423 3.Brodie J. Boumeester 371 4.Brady Karolevitz .......357 5.Christian Berg ...........333 6.Jacob Oehrlein .........300 7.Karsen Omann .........295 8.Caleb Bohlman .........278 9.Ryan Sheetz .............264 10.Adrian Hauge ..........247 11.Brennan Long .........210 12.Jeffrey Rinkel ..........209 13.Ethan Rennie ..........209 14.Jack Gyldenvand ....138 85cc 9-11: 1.Avery Long ...............475 2.Noah N. Miesen ........394 3.Jacob Paige ..............358 4.Garret Becker ...........332 5.Kona Rodrigues ........290 6.Jacob Oehrlein .........288 85cc 12-15: 1.Curtis Biorn ...............475 2.Tyler Otterdahl ..........405 3.Austin Speltz .............313 4.Jonah Jevning ..........312 5.Andrew Wedge .........297 6.Dalton D. Riordan .....214 85cc 9-12: 1.Avery Long ...............475 2.Curtis M. Biorn ..........455 3.Tyler G. Otterdahl .....350 4.Noah N. Miesen ........342 5.Austin Speltz .............282 6.Andrew Wedge .........260 7.Kona Rodrigues ........231 8.Dalton D. Riordan .....211 Supermini: 1.Joshua A. Boaz .........425 2.Jonah Jevning ..........344 Schoolboy 1: 12-16: 1.Joshua A. Boaz .........475 2.Gavin T. Janovsky ....436 3.Austin Nelson ............311 Schoolboy 2: 14-16: 1.Nick Fox ....................438 2.Gavin T. Janovsky ....427 3.Kole Lemcke .............422 4.Broc Today ................367 14-24 A: 1.Austin Kienast ...........420 14-24 C: 1.Nick Fox ....................444 2.Zach Strecker ...........385 3.Aaron Blackstone .....348 4.Mitchell Prescott .......347 5.Brandon Johnson .....335 6.Seth Carpenter .........281 7.Broc Today ................264 8.Derek Buettner .........203 9.Brock Ritt ..................149 25+ A: 1.Clayton Olson ...........427 2.Matt Kline ..................383 3.Trevor Lind ................280 25+ B: 1.David Neumann ........442 2.Macy Fridgen ............335 25+ C: 1.Marcus Evenson .......462 2.Rob Berger ...............393 3.Caleb Rosendahl ......370 4.Lonni Gardner ...........308 30+ Vet A: 1.Kevin Woizeschke ....369 2.Rick Amatuzio ...........339 30+ Vet B: 1.David Neumann ........451 2.Anthony Gardner ......379

3.Jamie Koch ...............322 4.Nick Leaf ...................301 5.Andy Odencrans .......264 30+ Vet C: 1.Shane Clark ..............451 2.Rob Berger ...............450 3.Gerritt Clark ..............396 4.Jason Ritt ..................368 5.Steve Sutton .............332 35+ B: 1.Jimmy Diedrich .........472 2.Jamie Koch ...............384 3.Jeff Miller ..................325 35+ C: 1.Benny Vancleve ........475 2.Neal Kragt .................394 3.Jason Ritt ..................392 4.Ben Taddy .................347 5.Steve Sutton .............336 6.Jesse John ...............294 7.Steve Boatman .........280 8.Jeremy Peak .............250 40+ Senior A: 1.Kevin Woizeschke ....370 2.Rick Amatuzio ...........368 3.Gary Johnson ...........334 4.William Logan ...........290 40+ Senior B: 1.Jimmy Diedrich .........457 2.Timothy Walker .........405 40+ Senior C: 1.Benny Vancleve ........475 2.Neal Kragt .................414 3.Steve Sutton .............395 4.Steve Boatman .........335 5.Jesse John ...............327 6.Jeremy Peak .............306 7.Mark Vanderwerf ......259 45+ A: 1.Richard Blaser ..........447 2.Brian Bohlman ..........400 3.Michael Stumne ........353 45+ B/C: 1.Timothy Walker .........436 2.John Cram ................398 3.Randall Ross ............393 4.Dan Frasson .............391 5.Dale Ackermann .......358 50+ Super Senior: 1.Richard Blaser ..........426 2.Randall Ross ............373 3.John Cram ................356 4.Dale Ackermann .......347 5.Kevin Woizeschke ....295 6.Troy Moszer ..............268 7.Boyd Peterson ..........259 55+: 1.Dave Hencir ..............439 2.Gary Johnson ...........363 Girls Sr 12-16: 1.Jada Murphy .............475 2.Kourtney Trautner .....396 3.Emmalee Otterdahl ...313 Women: 1.Jada Murphy .............469 2.Katherine Vanderwerf 435 3.Trisha Hoover ...........416 4.Samantha Laderer ....332 5.Kourtney Trautner .....257 125cc 2-str 12+: 1.Joshua Boaz .............475 2.Gavin Janovsky ........439 3.Chase Webber ..........374 4.Austin Nelson ...........332 5.Nick Paige ................299 250 A: 1.Austin Kienast ...........417 250 B: 1.Austin Aspros ............464 2.Bret Holland ..............340 3.Tyler Jenson .............239


250 C: 1.Nick Fox ....................437 2.Zach Strecker ...........377 3.Kole Lemcke .............375 4.Aaron Boatman .........336 5.Aaron Blackstone .....325 6.Seth Carpenter .........218 7.Trisha Hoover ...........180 Open A : 1.Clayton Olson ...........393 2.Austin Kienast ...........312 3.Riley Kroone .............304 4.Trevor Lind ................164 Open B: 1.Austin Aspros ............444 2.David Neumann ........389 3.Tyler Jenson .............255 Open C: 1.Nick Fox ....................464 2.Brandon Johnson .....376 3.Aaron Boatman .........369 4.Mitchell Prescott .......348 5.Frank Jackson Jr ......307 6.Seth Carpenter .........242 7.Derek Buettner .........184 8.Brock Ritt ..................150 9.Andrew Clark ............139

Quad MX

Quad 50cc Rec 4-8: 1.Ashlin Lowry .............166 Quad 50cc Semi Stk 4-8: 1.Kaydence Hayden ....166 Quad Mini Production 6-13: 1.Vincent Callahan ......195 2.Brody Srsen ..............163 3.Kaydence Hayden ....162 Quad 90cc Rec 8-12: 1.Ivan Kasper ..............197 2.Mason Brent .............133 Quad 90cc Semi Stk 8-13: 1.Austin Lowry .............194 2.Tanner Carlson .........183 3.Tanner Kasper ..........165 Quad Yth Prod 13-15: 1.Riley Brooks .............187 2.Logan Carlson ..........169 3.Kyle J. Johnson ........158 Quad Youth Open 14-17: 1.Beau Tibbetts ............200 2.Ashley Tibbetts .........136 Quad 30+: 1.Mike Barnhart ...........200 2.Zeb Kittelson .............180 3.Brandon Lenk ...........160 Quad Women: 1.Crystal Glidden .........200 2.Madisen Keck ...........176 3.Erin Gray ..................134 Quad Open A: 1.Mike Barnhart ...........187 2.Neil Larsen ...............176 3.Cody Anderson .........174 4.Jaden Katzenmeyer ..156 5.Colton Lugert ............127 Quad Open B: 1.Dawson Lugert .........191 2.Noah Keck ................147 3.Shane Gray ..............139 4.Gunnar Carlson ........133 5.Brandon Lenk ...........132

Quad Open C: 1.Jay Toelle ..................175 2.Nick Rogers ..............162 3.Riley Taber ................148 4.Andrew Schroetter ....142 5.Nick Doyen Jr ...........132

Women: 1.Kristi Grote...................90 2.Aundrea Artmann.........85

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ENDURO: Premier: 1.Jayme French.............95 2.Ryder Gerulli................75 3.Jared Long...................47 Peewee: 1.Travis Illies...................90 2.Cavan Heuer ...............50 3.Ryder Haldeman..........48 Girls: 1.Ryanne Artman............85 2.Kylie Long...................65 Macro: 1.Ruslan Johnson...........60 Micro: 1.Austin Holasek.............76 2.Chase Nash.................57 3.Lucas Stageberg .........50 HARE SCRAMBLE: Premier: 1.Jayme French............191 2.Isaac Newport............186 3.Caleb Sledd ...............145 4.Jason Albers ..............145 5.Ryder Gerulli..............131 6.Aundrea Artmann .......112 7.Carter Smith ..............106 8.Charlie Siebenaler .....100 Peewee: 1.Travis Illies.................215 2.Myles Munoz .............151 3.Blake Aukland............147 4.Allison Siebenaler......140 5.Myles Brown ..............140 6.Lucas McCoy .............111 7.Trey Bremer.................91 8.Thomas Hanson ..........83 Girls: 1.Sydney Van Moer ......210 2.Cora Reschke............140 3.Sadie Sledd ...............134 Macro: 1.Ethan Anderson .........149 2.Ruslan Johnson.........142 3.Maxwell Munoz..........127 4.Rose Niewoehner ........95 5.Isaac Dosier-Smith ......51 Micro: 1.Eric Niedzielski ..........200 2.Connor Nelson...........161 3.Austin Holasek...........154 4.Lucas stageberg ........100 5.Louie Etzel...................99 6.Collin Magnuson..........90 7.Bryce Mowry................57

AA: 1.Nick Swenson..............85 2.Tyler Progreba .............73 3.Chad Toth ....................53 4.Matt Lindeberg.............50 5.Craig Holasek ..............50 A Lites: 1.Jack Maki.....................86 2.Mitchell Krueger...........85 3.Jason Goth ..................72 A Heavy 251+ 4stk 201+2stk: 1.Jonathan Banks...........83 2.Todd Treichler .............71 3.Trevor Honstrom..........69 A Veteran (30+): 1.Jake Hinkemeyer.........74 2.Shwan Gerulli ..............62 3.Justin Lokken...............36 A Senior (40+): 1.Michael Heuer .............95 2.Dale Iles.......................47 3.Chad Tupper................44 4.Jason McCoy...............28 A Super Senior (50+): 1.Dan Illies......................85 2.Paul Reschke ..............80 3.Ralph Feld ...................77 4.Tim Anderson...............63 B 0-250 4stk 0-200 2stk: 1.Cole Nash....................66 2.Dalton Kittock ..............58 3.Brady Kittock ...............39 4.John Downey...............36 B 251+ 4stk 201+2stk: 1.Cody Nash...................90 2.Jarrett Loegering .........58 3.Tanner Lokken .............37 B Veteran (30+): 1.Jaime Forslund ............39 B Senior (40+): 1.James Kittock ..............85 2.Christian Gendron .......69 3.Jamie Kilgore...............60 B Super Senior (50+): 1.Robert Maki .................95 2.Kevin Hufnagle ...........68 3.Michael Pohl ................60 4.Steven Novak ..............37 C 0-250 4stk 0-200 2stk: 1.Isaac Krog ...................85 2.Roan Buchholtz ...........80 C Veteran (30+): 1.Travis Deweese ...........50 2.Gregory Mulfort............46 C Senior (40+): 1.Thomas Krog ...............85 2.Daniel Banks ...............60 3.Sean Mortensen ..........31 C Super Senior (50+): 1.John Steider ................65 Masters (60+): 1.Steve Reschke ............85 2.Terry Wagoner .............71 Golden Masters (70+) : 1.Donald Kruger .............60 Junior: 1.Jayme French..............95 2.Joseph Goth ................90

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AA: 1.Kyle Nelson ...............182 2.Nicholas Swenson .....177 3.Mathew Stavish .........158 4.Matt Lindeberg...........133 5.Tyler Pogreba ............126 6.Craig Holasek ............123 A 0-200: 1.Jerry Costello.............180 2.Rob Lange .................160 A 201-250: 1.Peter Nickel ...............166 2.Alex Tweeton .............153 3.Jason Cysiewski ........152 4.Jonathan Acker..........151 5.Mitchell Krueger .........113 A Open: 1.Dan Illies....................210 2.Drey Lacroix ..............195 3.Paul Reschke ............167 4.Justin Ponter..............144 A Veteran (30+): 1.Garrett Hansen ..........196 2.Jake Hinkemeyer.......174 3.Curt Plzak ..................171 4.Brandon Hansen........144 5.Shawn Gerulli ............136 6.Justin Lokken.............130 A Senior (40+): 1.Jeremy Schmidt.........205 2.Chad Tupper..............172 3.Allen Jenrich ..............149 4.Jason McCoy.............126 5.Paul Otto....................125 6.Dan Magnuson ..........116 A Super Senior (50+): 1.Ralph Feld .................205 2.Dae Schreiner............205 3.Kraig Hinkemeyer ........81 4.Kelvin Huotari ..............71 B 0-200: 1.Jack Klein ..................187 2.Myles Craven.............176 3.Dalton Kittock ............170 4.Bailey McCarthy ........136 B 201-250: 1.Jarrett Loegering .......200 2.Logan Boettcher ........168 3.Jonathan Thelsen ......141 4.Colton Reschke ...........96 5.Richard Barger ............87 6.Matt Gamache .............83 7.John Downey...............79 8.Davin Gorton ...............56 9.Devin Winter ................53 10.Keith Gorton ..............42 B Open: 1.John Weir ..................185 2.Clint Huff ....................180 3.Troy Luedke...............122 4.Tanner Lokken ...........119 5.Daniel Johnson............89 B Veteran (30+): 1.Miguel Mahlich...........173 2.Scott Miller.................167 3.Coy Jackson ..............136

B Senior (40+): 1.Kurt Olsen..................210 2.Andrew Falk...............162 3.Mike Kolden...............143 4.Jason Naughton ........139 5.Paul Tweeton .............120 6.Jesse Szykulski .........114 7.Todd Lofstrom..............85 8.Tom Schneider.............81 9.James Kittock ..............67 B Super Senior (50+): 1.Steven Mehr ..............168 2.Steven Novak ............156 3.Randy Miller...............141 4.Kevin Hufnagle ..........118 5.Dan Forslund ...............99 6.Bill Oliveira...................79 C 0-200: 1.Ross Niewoehner ......205 2.Derek Smith...............195 3.Kyle Magnuson..........158 4.Chanler Lokken .........144 5.Roan Buchholz ..........102 6.John Neuman ..............98 C 201-250: 1.Derek Kulzer..............196 2.Hunter Peters ............178 3.Tucker Sledd..............110 4.Zach Wittmer ...............76 C Open: 1.Josh Brixen................175 2.Rodrigo Bonfim..........153 3.Nathan Berger ...........147 4.Justin Link....................82 5.Rogerio Bonfim............21 C Veteran (30+): 1.Gregory Mulfort..........168 2.Ian Karow ..................125 C Senior (40+): 1.Chris Bush .................206 2.Kurt Stegora ..............139 3.Barry Hirschey ...........130 4.Jamie Sledd.................75 5.Mark Vanderwerf .........60 C Super Senior (50+): 1.David Peterson ..........192 2.Michael Rapp.............157 3.Kenneth Vaudrin ........102 4.Tim Baldonado.............95 5.Shawn Downey............92 6.Douglas Gorton ...........89 C Masters: 1.Steve Reschke ..........205 2.Terry Wagoner ...........195 3.Timothy Laron............149 Golden Masters: 1.Jim Erickson ..............185 2.Donald Krueger .........140 Women: 1.Miranda Tweeton .......206 2.Kelsey Grinhaug ........186 3.Aundrea Artmann.......164 Women +30: 1.Candy Niewoehaner ..155 C Junior: 1.Jayme French............186 2.Joseph Goth ..............165 3.Isaac Newport............152 4.Josiah Van Moer ........112 5.Heath foeller ................91 6.Trevor Stromgren.........89

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D16 MX Season closes at a fantastic Aztalan event Lake Mills, Wisconsin - October 9 Aztalan Cycle Club

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he final race of District 16’s 2016 motocross season took place on a perfect fall day at the popular Aztalan Cycle Club’s track. As practice got started, many of the campfires were still smoldering from a pleasant evening where many had decorated with the Halloween theme. From all accounts, the night’s activities that included trick or treating were a huge success. So much so that many were already talking about how to make it all even bigger next year. The fantastic weather allowed the club all the time they needed in advance of this race to get the track really right. Something they pride themselves on always, it showed all day as very little watering or prep was needed and the motos clicked off quickly for the 350 plus entries. In the +30B/C class, Azzie club member Jim Beckman had the best reactions off the gate. He led the twenty-four rider pack through half a lap, until Elijah Gorecki snuck past in the sand corner. The shuffling continued through the second lap as Beckman fell back to sixth. Greg Niles took over second with Tom Ferguson pushing him hard at every corner. Those two tussled over the runnerup spot all the way into the final lap, when Ferguson made a pass stick. Dave Bergeron also worked up late in the moto

It was a perfect day for hanging with your buddies before the season ends.

+25 class seventh place finisher Jacob Noreen

for fourth ahead of Cottage Grove’s Glenn Korn. The second moto was full of action as there were several lead changes, and what looked like “last race of the season” efforts to go out with a win. As they came towards the finish line on the first lap, Daniel Lopez (23rd on moto one) hit a double hard to jump past Brad Yde (7th

in moto one). Lopez held the lead for half a lap before Yde repassed him Then on the same double he tried to get back in front on the second lap, but fell short. Lopez then went down shorty after, dropping back several spots. Dave Bergeron was riding a smart top four moto the entire time along with Beckman. By mid-moto Tom Ferguson was in second,

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and taking his shot at Yde for the win, and it almost worked. Yde, after the moto, “I just rode my pace. You could tell everyone was riding hard as a few of them passed me but then they would go down and I would get back in front. It was a good battle. Ferguson overshot a back turn and went down after passing me with one lap left. The track was a little rough, but good for racing. They did a great job on the track as always, and it was a lot of fun.” Yde held on for the win as Bergeron finished second for second overall. Ferguson’s efforts to win the moto fell short, but by finishing third he still grabbed the overall (2-3). Yde went 7-1 for third ahead of Gorecki who settled for seventh after winning the first moto. The 250B class continues to show off the talent of the up and coming riders. Jake Smith put his Honda out front early, and was quickly getting challenged by the always fast Seth Doeberlein on his KTM. Smith held on for two laps before Doeberlein jumped to an inside line through the back sand corner to take over the lead. Doeberlein quickly pulled a couple bike lengths for the win as Smith comfortably ran in second. Their pace had opened a bit of a gap back to third where Nicholas Czechowicz spent the entire moto ahead of a great battle between Tyler Gamble and Ian Malinowski. Gamble got the best of it for fourth at the checkered. In the second moto Doeberlein got out front right away and never looked back. Rob’s Performance backed Doeberlein, “I pulled the holeshot this time and just kept stretching it out. The jumps and everything out there are really good so it all was great, and a lot of fun.” Czechowicz started in second and ran there most of the moto, until Logan Rusk (6th in moto one) made his way up and passed for the position. Smith finished fourth, for third overall behind Czechowicz. The twenty-five rider 250C class saw all blue out front off the start of the first moto as frequent front runner Brock Noreen led Ian Beal and Ronald Schmidt. The three Yamaha riders stayed pretty close, holding those spots right to the end as Maxwell Mayer pushed into fourth on his Honda late in the moto, getting by Devin Blume. The second moto again saw Mike’s Motorsports backed Noreen out front. 44

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Noreen after the moto, “It was a really early, then got passed by Tyler Gamble in good day, and the track was perfect with the third lap. Zachary Scheiber wicked a lot of good lines. There was two riders it up enough on the final lap to get fourth, behind me in the first moto that kept ahead of Malinowski. pushing me hard. This time I had a betDoeberlein turned the tables on Garter lead, and it was a blast either way.” wood in moto two, getting the win and Beal again finished in second, this time overall as well. Gamble couldn’t repeat ahead of Mayer and Gabe Rasmussen. his first good moto, while Scheiber rode Noreen returned in the Open C class, a smart third for third ahead of Nate where he also topped both motos for the Tefler and Malinowski. win. It has been a really good season for The +50 class had a very impressive Noreen, who used today’s four moto turnout of twenty-seven riders. With sweep to pad his points lead in both classes for the District 16 championships. The 14-24B/C class is always a group that delivers some good racing, and today was more of the same. Burlington, WI’s Jake Garwood used a good jump to beat Seth Doeberlein into the first corner, and from there it was a tight race for the win that came right down to the final lap. Doeberlein pushed all the way as Garwood held on for the win. Behind them, Ian No need to pack a lunch for an Aztalan, be it the Malinowski ran in third motocross or a dirt track, the grill delivers some great food.

Seth Doeberlein had a big day topping 250B and 14-24B.


Kaitlynn Pfaff charging in the Women’s class.


many of these riders having spent much of their lives racing, one can only imagine the depth of experience this group has. Even with all these riders, it wasn’t a surprise to see Frank Weiss put his Yamaha out front off the start. Weiss has been winning motos at Azzie and around District 16 for many years. By the time they hit the plateau for the first time, Glenn Korn was in control of second ahead of 2015 District 16 class champion Wayne Welzien. Another young guy in the +50 class that always rides well, Tim Boblin was in fourth, and pushing Welzien. When they swept the start area corners Boblin made him move into third as Jeff Ramsey slid into fifth, now behind Welzien. From there, they stayed close to the end with Johnathan Hyde, Mike Boyden and Paul Blower in the next couple positions. Welzien grabbed his own bragging rights in the second moto, as he led them all out onto the track on his KTM. As the laps ticked away, the same front runners pushed ahead, with Weiss eventually taking over for another victory ahead of Boblin and Korn. Boblin’s second moto edge over Korn helped lock in second overall. Ramsay also ran better in moto two, getting by Welzien for fourth in the moto and overall. Later in the +40 class, Frank Weiss grabbed the first moto holeshot once again. This time, he would have his hands full, as Mark Ottenad was on the move after a fourth place start. Ottenad moved up to second in the opening lap, then on the white flag lap, cut his way under Weiss for the win. Mark Marescalco finished third. In the second moto Ottenad got out front early and led Weiss and Marescalco across the line in the same order. John Stewart went 5-4 to finish fourth overall ahead of Jim Beckman (8-5). The 85cc 9-13 class delivered more close racing as Justin Oehlhof grabbed the holeshot ahead of Brandon Martyniak in moto one. These two almost always seem to be near the front in the mini classes, and are perhaps each other’s best

Tom Bodenbach in the large +50 class.

competition. Oehlhof led Martyniak for just over two laps, before Martyniak got a good drive by the barn woops for the pass. Oehlhof stuck to his rear fender, trying to retake the lead right to the checkered flag. Back just a bit, Cole Godfrey held off early efforts from Dylan Duclos for third. Duclos dropped back to sixth in the final lap as Jackson Oehlhof and Aiden McCormick pushed their Husqvarnas into the top five. Martyniak won the second moto for a sweep, this time with Godfrey finishing second ahead of Oehlhof and Duclos. These kids always put themselves in the mix, keeping it entertaining for spectators. Jackson Oehlhof won both motos of 85cc 9-11. Justin Oehlhof (2-1) got the best of Martyniak (1-2) in the 85cc 12-15 class. Martyniak did pick up a second overall in Supermini after winning both motos ahead of Cole Godfrey and Josh Bowman.

The 65cc class had seventeen riders come off the gate and early in both motos the final running order was set. Fall River, WI’s Ayden Price had a perfect day topping both motos ahead of Riley Busse and Aiden Weyenberg. When it was all done, the top five finished in the same order both motos, and were close right to the end. Gavin Templen and Ethan Ebben went 4-5. Southeast Sales/ Fly backed Price after he won his second moto, “I got a good start and just held it on from there. I pulled away as I could. It is getting rough out there, but it is good, and I really like the long ruts in the corners.” Haley Nowicki put her Yamaha into the lead out of the first corner after the start of the Women’s class, and it made all the difference. Right away Bryanne Wolf was glued to her rear fender with Alexa Duclos also close in third. The top three held thier positions, running an identical pace to the end. Kendra Tutt CYCLE USA, December 2016

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won a four lap, close race for fourth place against Olivia Hix and Monica Jazwiecki. When the fifteen Women left the gate for the second moto the same riders were out front, but this time Wolf beat Nowicki into the first turn. Once leading, Wolf never gave Nowicki any easy options to make a pass. They ran close right to the finish with Duclos back just a few bike lengths. Tutt again finished fourth, with Jazwiecki improving for fifth this time around. The day’s racing ended with everyone in a great mood. There were enough spectators that the food stand ran out of many items, just as the afternoon rush was coming to an end... you couldn’t have timed that any better either. Its always sad to see a season end, and with the great weather it felt like we should be weeks away from it happening. Good thing is today left everyone wanting more... so conversations were already turning to next season. Until then, stay safe, and we’ll see you back here for the 2017 season opener in April.

Results: 125Jr 12-16: 1.Seth Doeberlein 2.Devin Blume 3.Cole Godfrey 4.Brody Darga 5.Josh Bowman 2-Stroke B/C: 1.Jake Garwood 2.Cody Sigler 3.Kristopher Korn 4.Ryder Sigler 5.Dalton Pergande 250A: 1.Justin Wolf 2.Zach Coons 3.Dennis Ponton Iii 4.Brady Schernick 5.Hunter Sayles 250B: 1.Seth Doeberlein 2.Nicholas Czechowicz 3.Jake Smith 4.Logan Rusk 5.Tyler Gamble 250C: 1.Brock Noreen 2.Ian Beal 3.Maxwell Mayer 4.Ronald Schmidt 5.Gabe Rasmussen +25A: 1.Jesse Frassetto 2.Tyler Smulders 3.Cody Behrens +25B/C: 1.Jake Smith 2.Cody Richter 3.Kristopher Korn 4.Justin Rohde 5.Elijah Gorecki 65cc 7-11: 1.Ayden Price 2.Riley Busse 3.Aiden Weyenberg 4.Gavin Templen 5.Ethan Ebben 85cc 12-15: 1.Justin Oehlhof 2.Brandon Martyniak 3.Sean Badker 4.Dylan Knoch 5.Cooper Meyer

The perfect day had everyone enjoying it.

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85cc 9-11: 1.Jackson Oehlhof 2.Brock Nowicki 3.Aiden Weyenberg 4.Ethan Ebben 5.Gavin Templen 85cc 9-13: 1.Brandon Martyniak 2.Cole Godfrey 3.Justin Oehlhof 4.Dylan Duclos 5.Jackson Oehlhof NonCurrent: 1.Travis Schedler 2.Brian Mccanna 3.Matthew A Blower 4.Lance Gilbert 5.Paul Blower Open A: 1.Zach Coons 2.Joshua Philbrick 3.Jesse Frassetto 4.Justin Wolf 5.Brandon Marescalco Open B: 1.Jake Garwood 2.Nate Telfer 3.Eric Leach 4.Logan Rusk 5.Jj Flairty Open C: 1.Brock Noreen 2.Ian Beal 3.Maxwell Mayer 4.Dillon Riemann 5.Easton Ruiz 50Jr 4-6: 1.Jayce Wolf 2.Bryce Arnold 3.Jaggyr Wolf 4.Taylor Ebben 5.Torian Bormett 50Sr 7-8: 1.Riley Busse 2.Ryder Johnson 3.Cruz Anschutz 4.Jayden Wolf 5.Ryder Skodras +40: 1.Marc Ottenad 2.Frank Weiss 3.Mark Marescalco 4.John Stewart 5.Jim Beckman +45: 1.Frank Weiss 2.Mike Duclos 3.Tom Ferguson 4.Jim Beckman 5.Glenn Korn +50: 1.Frank Weiss 2.Tim Boblin 3.Glenn Korn 4.Jeff Ramsay 5.Wayne Welzien Sports B/C 14-24: 1.Seth Doeberlein 2.Jake Garwood 3.Zachary Scheiber 4.Nate Telfer 5.Ian Malinowski SuperMini 12-16: 1.Brandon Martyniak 2.Cole Godfrey 3.Josh Bowman 4.Aidan Mccormick 5.Dylan Duclos Unlimited A: 1.Joshua Philbrick 2.Brandon Marescalco 3.Timmy Baake +30A: 1.Tyler Smulders 2.Brad Johnson 3.Marc Ottenad 4.Justin Fluger 5.Mark Marescalco +30B/C: 1.Tom Ferguson 2.Dave Bergeron 3.Brad Yde 4.Elijah Gorecki 5.Jim Beckman Women: 1.Bryanne Wolf 2.Haley Nowicki 3.Alexa Duclos 4.Kendra Tutt 5.Monica Jazwiecki


Zachary Scheiber went 4-3 for third overal in Sportsman B/C at the Aztalan MX Finale


MMC’s Bucky Dual Sport Cross Plains, Wisconsin - October 22 By Gordon Lunde

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t was dry! After many years of wet events, the Bucky was held on a cool, beautiful, autumn day. The fall colors were great, there was actually traction for the bikes and everyone I met was smiling. One of the many landowners (Thank You!) lets the Madison Motorcycle Club use his field just south of the town of Cross Plains, as the starting point for this ride. It seems to grow every year and as I pulled into the driveway, I couldn’t help but notice the field was full of tow vehicles and motorcycles. Walking to registration I was met by friends, familiar faces from previous rides and some folks I knew from other forms of racing that I had not seen at other dual sport events. At one point, it looked like an old road racers convention as several retired pavement pounders I knew met at the riders meeting.

Eddie’s Lakehouse (Pier 144) e Race: Sit Wallace Lake 7138 State Rd 144 West Bend, WI

Kids ride Non-Scored 30 Minutes, 9:30am

(up to 150cc 4 stroke, 100cc 2 stroke, age 15 and under)

2 Separate Bike Races This Year! •Race #1 11:30-1:00p.m., AMA Legal Tires Only •Race #2 1:30-3:00p.m., All Ice Tires Allowed

NO ATV Classes You can run both races as a team or individual, with one bike or different bikes or switch wheels for the second race or just run one race or the other. Free Spectator Admission, Entry fee : $55 for a single race or $95 for both. Food & Beverages Available! Kids ride $20 Ice Fenders and Stock or Quiet Exhaust Required!

Questions: www.motoice.com or see us on Facebook Scott (262) 689-0809, scottschneiberg297@gmail.com

All proceeds to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Washington County

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The Bucky was originally an enduro ride for serious off-road riders. Some time ago, the enduro ended, and after a few years the club began talking about reinventing the ride as a dual sport. The success of another dual sport ride that some of the club members were involved with prompted MMC to retitle the Bucky as a dual sport ride, and now eight years later, it is considered a “must go to” event. Riders are challenged by the rolling hills and steep bluffs of the country side around Cross Plains. New off roaders accept the challenge of the ride that tests their skills at nearly every turn in the woods. The steep hills are the biggest challenge because even though there was no rain, the valleys stay shaded all day and the trails never truly dry out. There is always mud and slick grass to deal with. More experienced riders either cruise like the newbies just to enjoy a nice relaxed ride or pick up the pace and test their skills as well. Then there are the experienced off roaders and enduro riders that make a race out of the day’s ride and push themselves and their buddies to finish as fast as possible. I found myself moving over

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and letting many riders pass me during the day as I often was riding along slowly looking for good photo spots. One of the areas that taxes new and experienced riders is the farm section just before lunch at the Wisconsin River Sportsmens Club. It is a huge field consisting of deep, black, loam. It requires a top gear, high speed ride, sitting back on the machine and letting the front tire float on top of the loam. Trying to ride slowly through it will get you stuck in this black goo.... ask me how I know. The mix of talent and skills makes for an interesting ride. In the end, everyone

has a good time. Of course there are always some who have bike problems or crash, but they all have plenty of stories to tell over dinner at the Cross Plains American Legion Hall. Each year dinner is held there after the ride, landowners are introduced and thanked and many door prizes are handed out courtesy of the many sponsors. The Madison Motorcycle Club was established in 1924 and is affiliated with the American Motorcyclist Association holding AMA Charter #2. More information is available at madisonmotorcycleclub.org and on their Facebook page.


Krystian Janik had a big day sweeping all four motos in the 65 and 85Jr classes.


Sunset Ridge closes out ‘16 Walnut, Illinois - October 16 By Josh Rud, Shift One Photography

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he sixteenth of October marked the last race of the season for Sunset Ridge MX, and it was a great day of racing without a doubt. Today was the Nick Hoffman Memorial race with one lucky rider receiving the Dream Your Life-Live Your Dream Scholarship Award. The award this year went to Krystian Janik for his dedication and hard work. Today was also the third leg of the TriState Challenge running between Sunset Ridge, Red Bud, and Wildcat Creek. There was a lot of rain in the forecast, however Sunset got just enough overnight that the track was in awesome shape come the morning. There were

some new additions on the track as well, with more plans in the works. A few new jumps here and there and corners reformed, all very nice to see. Things got underway with Supermini putting in some great races. In the first moto it was Patrick Murphy taking the win followed by Brandon Martyniak and Cole Godfrey. They got things started in the second moto with Zennon Shain out of Coal City Illinois pulling out front for an early lead with Murphy and Martyniak right behind him. As they rounded the second corner Murphy pulled into first. Heading over the ski jump Godfrey was back in the mix and made it all the way to second, bumping Shain back to third as they headed to the back of the track. The group was staying close through every turn and Martyniak started making

Quad C rider Michael Verdun railing his way third overall.

moves, pushing back into third and grabbing second as they rounded towards the finish of the first lap. From here the stage was set for the rest of the moto. They came across the finish with Murphy grabbing the win along with the overall, Martyniak in second and Godfrey third to mirror the results of the first moto. Open C was a crazy race out there today. In the first moto Nate Rega won with Kyle Hollenbeck and Austin Cobb rounding out the podium. In the second moto the gate dropped to Nick Wuertzer pulling the holeshot leaving Mike Carter and Jordan Tornow in the chase. Heading up the hill Tornow went inside to take over second pushing Carter into third. As they came around for the second lap things had changed up in the back of the track with Wuertzer opening a large gap up front and Rega now in second with Hollenbeck moving into third. Heading through the rollers Hollenbeck took over second as the two would start going back and forth for a few laps. On the last lap Wuertzer pulled off the track and just sat there letting everyone pass him. This put Rega into the lead with Hollenbeck in second and Jordan Tornow into third. The overall went Rega, with Hollenbeck in second and Tornow taking third with a fifth place in the first moto. 250B had some great battles as well. In the first moto Connor Mullowney took the win followed by Stuart Schwagerman and Dylan Boyd. The second moto got underway with Mullowney getting out front for the holeshot with Schwagerman and Ben Ibianskas CYCLE USA, December 2016

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chasing him. Boyd was on the move after a bad start, picking up several places and now dicing with Ibianskas. Heading back down the hill from the start Boyd was able to get around taking over third and continuing on his push to the front. The battle waged on for several laps with Boyd putting the pressure on harder and harder. On the white flag he finally took over second putting Schwagerman into third while up front Mullowney had made a good lead for himself. 85Jr was looking good out there today with a great group of riders. In the first moto Krystian Janik on his new Team Green Kawasaki ride took the win followed by Lucas Geistler and Luke Jackson. The gates dropped on the second moto with Thomas Wojtasow jumping

out front with Geistler and Janik in hot pursuit. Around the second turn Geistler went hard outside taking over the lead with Wojtasow holding on for second. Heading over the first table Janik made his move for second and started the run for the lead. Into the back roller Janik got a good run cutting inside and took over the lead while Jackson had been also charging and took over third leaving Geistler in the middle for second. They battled this way for several laps up to the checkered flag where Janik took the win. This also gave him the overall for the day, with Geistler in second and Jackson in third, rounding out a great day of racing at Sunset Ridge MX. It was a great day with the weather warming up to comfortable level. From

#216 Conner Dircks and Benjamin Atkins battle in the large Open C class.

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the first to the last race things were running like clockwork out at Sunset Ridge. It was a great end to the year and things will be moving forward into next year as they are already planning to deliver a great season in 2017 for all their riders. Sunset Ridge MX 10/16: 50cc (4-8): 1.Jaxson Schiller 2.Joseph Buskirk 3.Ryder Mcgee 4.Denali Gorden 50Jr: 1.Jaxson Schiller 2.Joseph Buskirk 3.Ryder Mcgee 50Sr: 1.Satas Vaupsas 2.Gavin Roth 3.Jayten Thompson 4.Xander Davis 5.Wade Mcfarden 65cc Jr: 1.Krystian Janik 2.Christopher Colantoni 3.Kyla Pogliano 4.Gavin Roth 5.Gage Waddle 65cc Sr: 1.Lucas Geistler 2.Gavin Batson 3.Evan Entas 4.Colin Nash 85Jr: 1.Krystian Janik 2.Lucas Geistler 3.Luke Jackson 4.Joey Promenschenkel 5.Thomas Wojtasow 85Sr: 1.Patrick Murphy 2.Brandon Martyniak 3.John Perovic 4.Cole Godfrey 5.Zennon Shain Super Mini: 1.Patrick Murphy 2.Brandon Martyniak 3.Cole Godfrey 4.Zennon Shain 5.Jaden Pogliano Schlboy: 1.Jonah Geistler 2.Brandon Martyniak


3.Cole Godfrey 4.Spencer Whitney 125cc: 1.Joshua Franklin 2.Matt Simmons Open A: 1.Austin Das 2.Joseph Dalzell 3.Reese Miller 4.Ty Tyrrell 5.Zack Scott Open B: 1.Connor Mullowney 2.Tyler Evensen 3.Stuart Schwagerman 4.Ben Ibianskas 5.Gavin Delker 250A: 1.Austin Das 2.Joseph Dalzell 3.Reese Miller 4.Conner Robinson 5.Byron Downen 250B: 1.Connor Mullowney 2.Dylan Boyd 3.Stuart Schwagerman 4.Jonah Geistler 5.Paul Law 250C: 1.Nathan Rega 2.Christopher Comeaux 3.Anthony Goggin 4.Kyle Hollenbeck 5.Austin Cobb 14-24: 1.Alec Perry 2.Ian Pistole 3.Dylan Boyd 4.Zack Scott 5.Kyle Campbell +25: 1.Justin Kelly 2.Ty Tyrrell 3.Arick Abraham 4.Chad Johnson 5.Andrew Hansen +30A: 1.Justin Kelly 2.Joe Buskirk 3.Chad Johnson 4.Justin Brusseau 5.Joshua Pistole +40: 1.Joe Buskirk 2.Brian Carey +45: 1.Jason Dollas +50: 1.Jason Dollas 2.Mark Joseph 3.Joseph Voegtle 4.Steve Blaylock 5.John Stiles Women: 1.Jada Murphy 2.Haley Nowicki 3.Jaden Pogliano 4-Wheel B: 1.Mark Dekker 4-Wheel C: 1.Nathan Knull 2.Tanner Tibbs 3.Michael Verdun 4.Luke Burmeister 5.Alex Veith 300cc 4-Wheel: 1.Nathan Knull 2.Nicholas Crecan 3.Gavin Mortensen 4.Norbert Crecan Vintage: 1.Kash Schnowske 2.Kyle Harrison +55: 1.Mark Joseph 2.William Ziesk 3.Joseph Voegtle 4.Steve Blaylock 5.Mark Stout Md +30B/C: 1.James Maley 2.Lucas Stambaugh 3.Patrick Henson 4.Brian Carey Open C: 1.Nathan Rega 2.Kyle Hollenbeck 3.Jordan Tornow 4.Mike Carter 5.Austin Cobb 90cc 4-Wheel: 1.Kyle Smith 2.Nicholas Crecan 3.Zach Smith 4.Tyler Svob Schlboy 2: 1.Tyler Collins 2.Jonah Geistler 3.Nick Wuertzer

Austin Das won all four A class motos to top the day’s great action.

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D17 Geneseo Hare Scrambles Geneseo, Illinois - October 2 By Austin Wells

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brisk morning in the small Illinois town of Geneseo was the place to be for hare scramble racing on the first weekend of October. Each fall WFO Promotions holds an AMA District 17 race at the Minnaert farm just outside of Geneseo. WFO officials and volunteers did a great job of setting up a course with a ton of new trail for the 190 racers. Some of the new changes that were made for this event included moving the AA class start 50cc and 65cc racers across the field to a different piece of timber, never seen by mini bikes before. In the 50cc 4-6 class, Austin Burns continued his win streak to 12/12 in the WFO series. Runner-up position was awarded to

Geneseo local-boy Kade Heilman. Ashten Tritsch rounded out the podium in third. The 50cc 7-8 class saw a new winner atop the podium. Brady Dillbeck took his first win in the series, followed by Ayden White and Jack Allgeyer.

Levi Fortune showed up in the 65cc Beginner class and stole the win from Kyle and Cameron Walker. Jayson Crawford took the 85cc win over Easton Morgan and class newcomer Kyle Walker. In Women’s, Katie Redell stepped up to the plate and reigned victor over current points leader Allie Roland. BriAnn Stocklen made some last lap passes to fill the last step on the podium. Fourth place +30A rider Jeremy Walker

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The morning C classes saw 86-200cc C class riders take the top three overall spots. Elijah Otterbach, Jhadyn Walker and James Adkisson were the three top guys. Brandon Griffiths took the 201Open C win by about four minutes over Brian Goerdt and Joseph Dowjotas. +40C was topped by Jay Porter. Jeff Ellingsworth finished second ahead of Mike Stutzman. After some course alterations, some of the best dirtbike riders Illinois has to offer took to the Geneseo woods. To no surprise, Cody Barnes was first around the first corner and led the AA pack into the woods. Through the first lap, there was a great 4-way battle for the lead. Barnes, Adam Bonneur, Shane Klimek, and Colt Converse all dicing it up, swapping positions in the field sections. As the day went on, Barnes gapped the field. That was until Bonneur found his groove and made up over two minutes on the young Sterling, IL native. Then Bonneur made his move and never looked back, taking top honors over Barnes. When asked for a race report, Bonneur, “I went down as soon as we got into the woods. Worked my way back up to Barnes and crashed in the mud. Then I ran Barnes down and took the lead and the win. I'd like to thank Fun Mart, Fly, Hinson, YNS Designs, Maxxis, G2, DP

Brakes and Works Connection for their support." Converse edged out Klimek for third. In the Open A class, Benjamin Schmidt topped Colten Zuidema and Jarred Hall. In 251-Open B, Wyatt Edwards would top the podium, with Tyler Dwyer and Peter Kavsky finishing 2nd and 3rd. Shea Dickson took the Quad A class win over Kyle Burnham and Riley Bruggeman. Derek St. Clair took top honors in Quad B, besting Brent Coyle and Ryan Bausch. Results 50cc 4-6: 1.Austin Burns 2.Kade Heilman 3.Ashten Tritsch 4.Cooper Lair 5.Will DeCicco 50cc 7-8: 1.Brady Dillbeck 2.Ayden White 3.Jack Allgeyer 4.Jake Hasten 5.Kayden Kuel 65cc Beginner: 1.Levi Fortune 2.Kyle Walker 3.Riley Roberts 4.Lane Davis 5.Davin Shike 65cc (7-11): 1.Cole Morgan 2.Gavin Kramer 85cc: 1.Jayson Crawford 2.Easton Morgan 3.Kyle

Nick Balzer through the freshly cut corn field.

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Walker 4.Elijah Berryman Supermini: 1.Kyle Roberts 2.Trevor Keogh 3.Tyler Whipple 4.Billy Weirup AA: 1.Adam Bonneur 2.Cody Barnes 3.Colt Converse 4.Shane Klimek 5.Matt McDonald 86-Open A: 1.Benjamin Schmidt 2.Colten Zuidema 3.Jarred Hall 4.Ethan Olson 5.Luke Kaszynski +30A: 1.John Griffiths 2.Cody Toal 3.Brae Williams 4.Jeremy Walker +40A: 1.Randy Southard 2.Brian Studinarz 3.Greg Blaesing 4.Dave Scott 5.Steve Perkins +50A: 1.Ken Otterbach 2.Brett Baer 3.Tim Farrell 4.Kevin Finefield 86-250B: 1.Tanner Whipple 2.Buddy Fortune 3.TJ Nees 4.Jake Crosby 5.Joshua Rhodes 251-Open B: 1.Wyatt Edwards 2.Tyler Dwyer 3.Peter Kavsky 4.Dan Smith 5.Derek Roberts +30B: 1.Jaramie Brown 2.Ryan Cozad 3.Adam Dhamer 4.Ramie Fox 5.Chris Hartman +40B: 1.John Mccarens 2.DJ Parks 3.Matt Vincent +50B/C: 1.Dale Smith 2.Jeff Oldenburg 3.David Klimek 4.Ed Howard 5.Lyle Piecha 86-200C: 1.Elijah Otterbach 2.Jhadyn Walker 3.James Adkisson 4.Thor Rick 5.Keegan Minnaert 201-Open C: 1.Brandon Griffiths 2.Brian Goerdt 3.Joseph Dowjotas 4.John Dowjotas 5.Patrick Hirschman +30C: 1.Nate Sefton 2.Steve Edwards 3.Duncan Gray 4.William De Cicco 5.Jesse Crawford +40C: 1.Jay Porter 2.Jeff Ellingsworth 3.Mike Stutzman 4.Al Jensen 5.Craig Reed Quad A: 1.Shea Dickson 2.Kyle Burnham 3.Riley Bruggeman 4.Bret Harris 5.Matt Iburg Quad B: 1.Derek St.Clair 2.Brent Coyle 3.Ryan Bausch 4.Josh Huizenga 5.Jeremy Carlyle Quad C: 1.Zion Kahler 2.Jasen Taghen 3.Adam Weckel 4.Kutter Clark 5.Dalton Stahl Quad +30: 1.Kevin Johnson 2.Scott McDaniels 3.Andre Topper 4.Joe Hazen 5.Ed Boyd


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Seth Fischer (37) goes for the holeshot in 14-24B.

Martin Returns to Millville Millville, Minnesota - October 9 By Rolfe Otterness

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eremy Martin made a return to his roots and pounded out a couple of motos to get the 2017 Spring Creek Super Series off to a strong start. As might be expected he was out front all the way to take a couple moto wins, but one moto a bike problem bit him and he had to head out early for a flight so he missed the second set of motos. This opened up an opportunity for another local racer who has had some recent success at the pro game as Henry Miller nailed down the overall wins in 14-24A, 250A and Open A. Even with Martin racing, Miller had the pace to keep him in sight and with the Geico Honda rider off the track he had way too much for the other riders to contend with. This was the first event in the 2017 series, as mentioned previously. A Spring Creek tradition by now, where everyone gets the opportunity to try out their new classes or new bikes for coming year without waiting through the long winter months. As a reminder that winter isn’t far off, the weather started out on the colder side and practice laps were made in jackets and the heaviest gloves possible. Later in the day it finally heated up to seasonably warm so it was a pretty decent October day. Rider entries totaled 64

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about 550, an excellent turnout for the last race of the fall season. The weekend featured various activities including the Saturday nite. One special event held today was a Destry Abbott fundraiser. Over $3000 was collected via auctioning off donated pro jerseys and gear, and other donations. This is to help out Destry and his wife who were both struck with serious illness this past year. Sam Wise led the Open A riders through turn one to grab the Cattallia

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Mexican Foods holeshot award, then soon displaced by Martin. Henry Miller then slotted into second and the two riders showed the kind of pace it takes to run in the nationals. Martin gapped Miller a bit every lap to take a secure win. Wise held third over Bryar Perry at the end of lap one, but Perry blasted by and ended up third at the checkered. Wise maintained fourth to the end with Riley Kroone taking fifth. Wise ripped up the start to lead going


into moto two but Miller was on his tail and surged into the lead. Miller built his lead by the end of the moto while Wise motored on to hold second at the checkered with a bit of a gap over Zack Archer. Fourth and fifth went to Chase Becker and Trevor Lind. Bill Logan jumped out to an early lead in the +40A class with Mike “Big Daddy� Luoma pursuing in second. Logan held on for the first two laps under pressure. With Bruce Gates lurking in third something was bound to happen. Gates zapped Luoma and Logan on the next lap to take over and went on to win over Luoma with a nice ride. Logan crossed the finish line for third with Matt Grall and Mark Powers rounding out the top five. Luoma made a dash for the lead in moto two, leading the way for lap one. Gates was on his tail and made the pass on lap two, then edged away over the next few laps while Grall put a move on Pat McNamara to take over third. When the moto ended Gates led by about five

seconds to add to his total of hundreds of moto wins over the years. Luoma maintained second with Matt Powers snatching third on the last lap from Grall and Mark Powers taking fifth. Jesse Jacobsen and Cameron Skaalerud surged to the front as the 85cc 9-12 class hit the circuit for their first moto. Jacobsen led the first two laps under heavy pressure from Skaalerud, then they swapped positions and Skaalerud led with Jacobsen right on his fender until nearly at the end of the last lap, when Jacobsen bit the dirt at the bottom of Collarbone hill. Skaalerud took the win with Jacobsen retaining second and Evan Payer finishing third. Fourth and fifth went to Gavin Tilford and Brandon Espe-Tiegs. Tilford jumped out early to lead the Jacobsen/ Skaalerud duo for the first two laps, but then Skaalerud took control of the race. Tilford had pressure from Jacobsen but held onto second for another lap until dropping back. As the checkered waved it was Skaalerud securing the

win followed by Jacobsen just a ways back. Tilford held third with Payer pressuring him at the finish. Luke Geis improved on his seventh place in moto one to take fifth. Results: Beg 4-8: 1.Austin Moeller 2.Jada Jonas 3.Jackson Althoff 4.Tatum Swygman 5.Ayanna Kidd Beg 7-11: 1.James Schaffer 2.Jacob Peters 3.Caleb Wagner 4.Jake Ashwill 5.Samuel Larson Beg 12-15: 1.Lily Johnson 2.Catelin Peck 50cc 4-6: 1.Colin Megaw 2.Kayden Brandenburg 3.Charlie Engnes 4.Stylz Grall 5.Coen Abel 50cc 7-8: 1.Tanner Johnson 2.Grant Hepp 3.James Schaffer 4.Parker Frank 5.Jacob Peters Peters 50cc Oil Inj4-8: 1.Jayden Adams 2.Wyatt Niedfeldt 3.Colin Megaw 4.Charlie Engnes 5.Jameson Olson 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Jayden Adams 2.Wyatt Niedfeldt 3.Charlie Engnes 4.Stylz Grall 5.Carson Wittman 50cc Open 4-8: 1.Parker Frank 2.Callyn Hoyer 3.James Schaffer 4.Crayten Roberts 5.Carson Oconnor 65cc 7-9: 1.Wyatt Mcgrath 2.Martin Myrick 3.Koby Turner 4.Lance Geis 5.Vincent Harens 65cc 10-11: 1.Brodie Boumeester 2.Tanner Schlegel 3.Ethan Rennie 4.Jaxon Nagel 5.Caleb Bohlman 65cc 7-11: 1.Brodie Boumeester 2.Wyatt Mcgrath 3.Jaxon Nagel 4.Bryce Rauner 5.Tanner Schlegel 85cc 9-11: 1.Luke Geis 2.Wyatt Mcgrath 3.Tanner Schlegel 4.Jacob Oehrlein 5.Ryan Sheetz 85cc 12-15: 1.Jesse Jacobsen 2.Gavin Tilford 3.Weston Milas 4.Tyler Otterdahl 5.Evan Payer

Jeremy Labeau (17) and Matt Dohrn hit the back triple. CYCLE USA, December 2016

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85cc 9-12: 1.Cameron Skaalerud 2.Jesse Jacobsen 3.Gavin Tilford 4.Evan Payer 5.Luke Geis Supermini: 1.Cameron Skaalerud 2.Evan Payer 3.Jada Murphy 4.Gavin Tilford 5.Tyler Otterdahl Schlby 1 12-16: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Dillon Nelson 4.Max Earley 5.Dalton Hein Schlby 2 14-16: 1.Gavin Janovsky 2.Mason Dekeyrel 3.Myles Dettmann 4.Paydon Casper 5.Matt Lavrenz 14-24A: 1.Henry Miller 2.Ben Adamson 3.Zack Archer 4.Austin Das 5.Austin Kienast 14-24B: 1.Seth Fischer 2.Mateo Johnson 3.Kaleb De Keyrel 4.Gage Fisher 5.Mickey Bender 14-24C: 1.Mason Dekeyrel 2.Brandon Johnson 3.Austin Nelson 4.Mitchell Prescott 5.Zach Strecker +25A: 1.Tim Zebro 2.Mathew Dohrn 3.Evan Quail 4.Patrick Miller 5.Collin Rigelman +25B: 1.Dylan Larson 2.Matthew Meyers 3.Grady Pyburn 4.Brian Mccarthy 5.Cole Bernloehr +25C: 1.Aaron Pendergast 2.Jonathan Erickson 3.William Gibilisco 4.Joshua Lindner 5. Broc Schugel +30A: 1.Bruce Tes 2.Michael Luoma 3.Brent Mason 4.Tim Zebro 5.Mathew Dohrn +30B: 1.Brian Mccarthy 2.Nathan Gibilisco 3.Shane Clark 4.Gerritt Clark 5.Edward Kruger +30C: 1.Jonathan Erickson 2.Jesse Beaver 3.Daniel Schoumaker 4.Matthew Oster 5. Broc Schugel +35A: 1.Bruce Tes 2.Brent Mason 3.Matt Powers 4.Mark Ricker 5.Adam Johnson +35B: 1.Benny Van Cleve 2.Edward Kruger 3.Joe Jenniges 4.Shelly Harens 5.Joseph Kidd +35C: 1.Travis Kinney 2.Daniel Schoumaker 3.Michael Jenson 4.Chad Vaudrin 5.Steve Sutton +40A: 1.Bruce Tes 2.Michael Luoma 3.Matt Grall 4.William Logan 5.Mark Powers +40B: 1.Benny Van Cleve 2.Jody Beck 3.Scot Adams 4.Brent Herber 5.Dale Ackermann +40C: 1.David Williams 2.Michael Jenson 3.Steve Sutton 4.Paul Haack 5.Travis Kinney +45A: 1.Scott Steinle 2.Patrick Mcnamara 3.Jay Mercill 4.Brad Davis 5.Dean Anderson +45B/C: 1.Dan Frasson 2.Randall Ross 3.Jay Calkins 4.Larry Steuck 5.Dale Ackermann +50: 1.Donny Bonnicksen 2.Tim Bernloehr 3.Scott Steinle 4.Craig Marshall 5.Jack Parenteau +50B/C: 1.Jay Calkins 2.Larry Steuck 3.Michael Janovsky 4.David Knupp 5.Kurt Fosberg +55: 1.Donny Bonnicksen 2.Jerry Schulze 3.Scott Ruegg 4.Craig Marshall 5.Jerry Bumgardner +55B/C: 1.Steven Arndt 2.Jay Watts 3.Michael Lyndorff 4.Mike Quinn Sr 5.Timothy Rhode +60: 1.Jerry Schulze 2.Jerry Bumgardner 3.Lynn Meyer 4.Mike Quinn Sr 5.Rolfe Otterness Girls Jr. 9-12: 1.Hannah Oakes 2.Tatum Thorud Girls Sr. 12-16: 1.Paige Carlson 2.Emma Rauner 3.Lilly Hall Women: 1.Shelly Harens 2.Lizzibeth Turney 3.Krista Knupp 4.Katherine Vanderwerf 5.Claire Cripps 125cc 2-Str: 1.Joshua Boaz 2.Gavin Janovsky 3.Dillon Nelson 4.Dalton Hein 5.Garrett Montgomery 250A: 1.Henry Miller 2.Ben Adamson 3.Bryar Perry 4.Sam Wise 5.Austin Das 250B: 1.Mateo Johnson 2.Joshua Boaz 3.Seth Fischer 4.Gage Fisher 5.Cole Prichard 250C: 1.Austin Nelson 2.Deegan Hepp 3.Casey Paider 4.Chase Cooper 5.Myles Dettmann Open A: 1.Henry Miller 2.Sam Wise 3.Zack Archer 4.Bryar Perry 5.Chase Becker Open B: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Kaleb De Keyrel 3.Cole Prichard 4.Mickey Bender 5.Nick Fox Open C: 1.Casey Paider 2.Mitchell Prescott 3.Dan Dvorak 4.Trevor Bonnicksen 5.Brandon Johnson

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Town Creek, D16 Trials Black River Falls, Wisconsin - October 1-2 By Shari Huber

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ith the first weekend of October came the Town Creek Trials in Black River Falls, the last event of the season for the Wisconsin Observed Trials Association. Again, Trialsmaster Dave Jelinek set up sections to challenge the Novice through the Champ classes. Section highlights included the “Big Zipper” for the upper classes; Advanced, Expert and Champ, and the “Little Zipper” for the Novice and Intermediate riders. These sections require riders to weave back and forth over a long log. In another section the Champ class were the only riders to tra-

verse up the steepest climb, the “Butt Crack” to the amazement of fellow riders and spectators. Dave also includes many off-camber turns where the riders must turn back up a hill, when finding traction is a challenge due to the sandy soil. Town Creek Trials is a joint event with the Upper Midwest Trials Association, a tradition for many years. It is always nice to reunite with riders that we only see a couple times a year. With the scent of campfires many enjoyed the low fall temper-

Dave Johnson won the Intermediate class on Sunday.

atures Saturday evening after the club’s annual meeting and pizza. They discussed the day’s riding and anticipation of Sunday’s ride. At the weekend event we welcome the rider family and friends. Some of their children played in the pits on Striders and Small electric Oset trials bikes, which represent the future trials riders. Saturday results: Champ: 1.Brad Villand 2.Will Check Expert: 1.Bobby Warner 2.Jed Anderson 3.Bryan Moenssen 4.Rob Walters Advanced: 1.Jake Poth 2.Tyler Malin 3.Jack Drummond 4.Tony Wallerich 5.Jeff Franklin Intermediate: 1.Wade Murphy-Price 2.Ryan Gustafson 3.Adam Gustafson 4.Dave Johnson 5.Travis Lange Novice: 1.Jim Wright 2.Erik Wallerich Vintage: 1.Gregg Huggenvik 2.Derek Lange Women: 1.Vicki Wallerich 2.Nel Lopez-Rameriz Sunday Results: Champ: 1.Brad Villand 2.Will Check Expert: 1.Bobby Warner 2.Jed Anderson Advanced: 1.Jack Drummond 2.Jeff Franklin 3.Jake Poth 4.Alex Schmidt 5.Lucas Bellock Intermediate: 1.Dave Johnson 2.Adam Gustafson 3.Ryan Gustafson 4.Jay Hood 5.Travis Lange Women: 1.Vicki Wallerich 2.Nel Lopez-Rameriz Vintage: 1.Derek Lange 2.Gregg Huggenvik Will Check taking on the “Butt Crack”

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Kyle Nelson takes the Overall Wraps up D23 Championship as well 2016 Dist. 23 State Champion Kyle Nelson

Mazeppa, Minesota - October 16 By Paul Otto

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he Golden Eagles Motorcycle Club put together one of the most diverse courses one could imagine. With a beautiful fall October day, conditions couldn’t have been any better. Campers were also treated with clear skies and a full moon illuminating the night’s festivities. It’s always a gamble

Macro rider Jacob Peters

to put on a race mid October, but the Golden Eagles had lady luck on their side. This race has seen the likes of torrential downpours, being nicknamed “Mudzeppa”, to snow showers with winter apparel for riding gear. October comes with some really cool advantages too. Harvest season creates some of the craziest high speed sections were riders are looking for gears that bike manufacturers use on their street bikes. Thanks to the farmers that allowed the club the use of their land so riders could twist the throttles wide open. Creeks that are normally dry created some interesting crossings and entertainment for spectators and there seemed to be a handful of trees that hung over the trails, just low enough that you had to do a little limbo to get by.

Normally, riders start with dead engines but with the access of a motocross track the club put the starting gate to good use. Most off-road riders aren’t familiar with sitting behind a gate with their engines reving to the moon waiting for a gate to drop. One rider was very comfortable with what was going on. This rider whom needs absolutely no advantage as it is was none other than Jerry Robin. At the drop of the gate Robin put his motocross skills right to work as he grabbed the holeshot and instantly pulled away from the pack. Once out front Robin rode a pace unmatched and cruised to the win. As the rest of the field in the AA class fought for second place, all eyes were on the two riders fighting for the championship. Nick Swenson did what he had to do and got out in front of rival Kyle Nelson. Nelson with a bad start also, had an issue with some downed riders blocking the trail. Once cleared, Nelson not one to panic knew he just needed to finish the race for the championship. With a third place finish Nelson took his spot as the 2016 AA State Champion. Congrats to Kyle on a great accomplishment. Well deserved. Nick Swenson can hold his head high as the rookie took second overall in the championship battle. Look for great things from him in the future. Macro rider Ethan Anderson didn’t make things easy on his quest for a championship. The #91 rider came into the last race with a lead, but getting off the start in eleventh place wasn’t going to keep him in the top spot. His saving grace was that second in points Ruslan Johnson also had a bad start and wasn’t able to capitalize on Anderson’s misfortune. Anderson made his way up to seventh at the end as Johnson took fifth. The boys had their parents in a mad calculator battle trying to figure out what place they needed to finish in for the championship. Great job boys. Your parents should be proud. A nice and close battle in the 250C class had Ben Colvin pull the holeshot and lead Austin Nelson by two seconds and Derek Kulzer by seven on the first CYCLE USA, December 2016

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lap. Kulzer on a Suzuki wasn’t interested in following the blue crew in front of him and put the hammer down and took the lead before the second lap was done. Kulzer found his grove as he then pulled a growing lead over the men in blue. Colvin’s race started out on a high note, but things took a turn as he had some misfortune on the final lap loosing a manageable lead over Nelson. As the checkered flag came out Kulzer took the win as well as the Championship followed by Nelson and Colvin. Sydney Van Moer had a season most only dream about. The #80 in dominating fashion took the Girls 9-15 class by storm and posted w’s a cross the board. Van Moer has won every race she entered during the 2016 season and Mazeppa was

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no exception. Starting a minute behind the Premier class, Von Moer actually made her way up and passed the seventh place finisher within the three laps completed. Look out boys as this little girl could be a force when she gets older. Congrats Sydney on a undefeated series and a state championship. Open A rider Dan Illies didn’t disappoint as he once again took his Husaberg to the front and didn’t look back. Drey Lacroix and Dan Liedahl kept him honest for the first lap. Liedahl made his way around Lacroix but then made a hug mistake allowing Lacroix and Paul Reschke get by. From here on nothing changed except Illies continued to pull away as he not only took first in Open A, but also the Overall for the A class and the state title.

The Illies household has done pretty well this year as son Travis took the win in Pee Wee and also took home the state title, bettering his dad by winning all the events on the year. They will need to expand the man cave to accommodate all these wins and titles. Seems to be a problem everyone wished they had to deal with. The Vet A class has been a year long battle between Curt Plazak, Garrett Hansen, Jake Hinkemeyer and Brandon Hansen. Fortunately or unfortunately depending on who you are Curt Plazak was a no show putting a halt to his quest at a very obtainable state title. Instead, the Hansen brothers took the lead on the first lap with Garrett in first keeping their hopes alive for the title. Lap two had Hinkemeyer with his own agenda split up the brotherly love by moving his #41 KTM into second, putting Brandon back to third and a long shot at the title. Garrett Hansen came away with the win and a hard fought state championship. It was great to see this battle all year and the comradery that ensued along the way as all four riders would gather before and after the races to talk and reminisce about the day. Two riders come ot mind that should be commended for just being involved in a sport that can take it’s toll on the body. The Golden Masters class is for anyone that is 70+ years of age and can still throw a leg over a bike and navigate the challenges that lay before them. Not only do Jim Erickson and Donald Kruger take on this challenge but they also are involved with their own motorcycle clubs, helping to keep the sport going by maintaining trails and helping put on Enduro’s and Hare Scrambles. Anyone with the passion to ride off-road hopes they can ride as long as Jim and Donald have. Thank you guys for giving us hope that we can still get out and be involved at any age. You are both inspirational. May you have many more years of riding.


Well that wraps up a very successful year of racing by all. Some have won and some have lost but whoever had the most fun is always the biggest winner. Thanks to all the clubs and volunteers for all their hard work putting on what we would like to think is the best off-road series around. Get involved via joining a club or participating at the District board meetings. Your involvement is the only way to keep the trend of our sport healthy and alive. Please take the time to check out the new rule proposals. The annual Membership Meeting is Saturday December 17 at 1:00 pm at the Bloomington Event Center/ Knights of Columbus. The off-road banquet will be January 28th in Little Falls, MN. Results: AA: 1.Jerry Robin 2.Nicholas Swenson 3.Kyle Nelson 4.Luke Wilder 5.Craig Holasek 200A: 1.Peter Nickel Jr 2.Randy Lieder 3.Jerry Costello 250A: 1.Alex Tweeton 2.Jonathan Acker 3.Jason Cysiewski 4.Jarrett Loegering 5.Aaron Barlow Open A: 1.Dan Illies 2.Drey Lacroix 3.Paul Reschke 4.Dan Liedahl 5.Justin Ponter +30A: 1.Garrett Hansen 2.Jake Hinkemeyer 3.Brandon Hansen 4.Shawn Gerulli 5.Jace Porter +40A: 1.Jeremy Schmidt 2.Chad Tupper 3.Robert Lane Iii 4.Dave Dirkman 5.Curt Curtis +50A: 1.Ralph Feld 2.Dave Schreiner 3.Robert Swift 4.Kraig Anderson 5.Steve Reschke 200B: 1.Jack Klein 2.Myles Craven 3.Dalton Kittock 4.Bailey Mccarthy 5.Brady Kittock 250B: 1.Logan Boettcher 2.Nathan Prebe 3.Jacob Prebe 4.Richard Barger 5.Timothy Rogers Open B: 1.John Weir 2.Devon Jirik 3.Broc Graif 4.Clint Huff 5.Zack Hayford +30B: 1.Coy Jackson 2.Miguel Mahlich 3.Aaron Cihlar 4.Jaime Forslund 5.Aaron Prebe +40B: 1.Kurt Olsen 2.Andrew Falk 3.Jason Naughton 4.Brian Hanson 5.David Skoog +50B: 1.Paul Tweeton 2.Steven Mehr 3.Craig Hinzmann 4.Daniel Turner 5.Tim Gregory 200C: 1.Austin Nelson 2.Ross Niewoehner 3.Chanler Lokken 4.Cruz Wahl 5.Miranda Tweeton 250C: 1.Derek Kulzer 2.Ben Colvin 3.Jason Ryan 4.Kado Vandeberg 5.Derek Werner Open C: 1.Mike Mickelson 2.Jacob Stephas 3.Adilson Ribeio 4.Andrew Snyder 5.Zachary Leaf +30C: 1.Oeslen Costa 2.Jeremy Sutton 3.Brent Swygman 4.Peter Anderson 5.Rogerio Bonfim +40C: 1.Nathan Siebenaler 2.Jeff Hayford 3.Kurt Stegora 4.James Mullen 5.Brad Schoen +50C: 1.Brad Christensen 2.Jon Holtz 3.Wes Hendrickson 4.David Peterson 5.Zach Foeller Masters: 1.Terry Wagoner 2.Dave Egerdal 3.Jim Povolny Women: 1.Katherine Vanderwerf 2.Courtney Gregory 3.Renee Ward 4.Zoe Brown 5.Corissa Fosberg Women +30: 1.Candy Mae Niewoehaner 2.Nikki Wagner Junior: 1.Dillon Nelson 2.Jayme French 3.Heath Foeller 4.Trevor Stromgren 5.Mitchell Hansen Sports: 1.Jordan Schlosser 2.Mike Ward 3.Travis Graif 4.Chris Peterson 5.Nathan Wentland XR: 1.Michael Kann 2.Luther Crom 3.Walter Crum 4.Luke Stedman 5.Nick Tempelis Premier: 1.Dillon Nelson 2.Caleb Sledd 3.Alexander Burdick 4.Gavin Tilford 5.Ryder Gerulli PeeWee: 1.Travis Illies 2.Allison Siebenaler 3.Thomas Hanson 4.Cavan Heuer 5.Blake Auckland Girls: 1.Sydney Van Moer 2.Dylan Rahif 3.Sadie Sledd Macro: 1.Zachary Brown 2.Jacob Peters 3.Logan Mowry 4.Maxwell Munoz 5.Ruslan Johnson Micro: 1.Connor Nelson 2.Austin Holasek 3.Bryce Mowry 4.Mason Mowry 5.Lucas Stageberg

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Echo Valley wraps-up 2016 Brookston, Minnesota - October 9 By Samantha Laderer

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ith winter weather upon us, each weekend is becoming a gamble of riding time. Luckily, Echo Valley was blessed with one last weekend of beautiful weather. Both Saturday and Sunday started out a little chilly, but that didn’t stop the riders and spectators from coming out. On Sunday riders woke up to frost on the ground, but with the sun making its way over the tree tops it wasn’t long before it was gone. The track was able to hold the moisture very well, which made for good riding conditions. The Open B class race was heated from

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the very beginning. Colton Lampi pulled the holeshot with Ryder Hanninen not a foot behind his rear tire. Casey Hultgren, Lucas Giardino and Kollin Lund rounded out the top five. On the second lap Lund hit a soft spot and ended up going over the bars, unfortunately suffered a separated shoulder. With Lund down it slowed things down a little, but that didn’t stop Lampi and Hanninen from going hard on the rest of the track. The two went back and forth giving one another a good run for their money. Toward the end of the third lap, Lampi slowed and let Hanninen take the lead. “I was hoping he would keep going,” said Hanninen, “I was having fun.”

As Lampi slid back a few positions and let others continue with their battles Giardino took over the second position with Hultgren in third. Tim Rasmusson was making his way through the pack and passed Brady Love for the fifth position at the end. Second moto went in Lampi’s favor again with another holeshot as Hanninen and Giardino were close behind. Lampi yet again toyed with Hanninen for a few laps before making a small mistake and falling back. Giardino was then hot on Hanninen’s tail as Hultgren and Rasmusson battled for the third position behind them. Hanninen overalled in the first position with Giardino, Hultgren, Rasmus-


son and Lampi behind him rounding out the top five. The 125 two-stroke class saw a few new riders moving up from the 85cc classes. Curtis Biorn, Mitch Petrik, Dominic Lindquist and Andrew Wedge were among those. Biorn dominated the class as soon as the gate dropped. Bret Holland, the oldest rider in the class, followed close behind Biorn and came close several times to making a pass. On the last lap, Holland was finally able to make a pass. Petrik and Lindquist were in the mist of battle not far behind. Petrik had a race or two more on the bigger bike than Lindquist, which gave him the advantage. Wedge followed behind the top four and played it safe as it was his first race on the bigger bike. Two gals, Alyssa Storlie and Linzy Lavalley joined the fun to get some extra seat time. Second moto again demonstrated some

good battles in the class. Biorn took the holeshot with Holland behind him and they fought hard for the top position. Holland tried to make several passes but couldn’t get around. Petrik was able to stay a step ahead of Lindquist and Wedge again. The two girls rounded out the pack. Although this race weekend was at the end of the 2016 season, it marked the first race for the 2017 series. The races concluded mid afternoon with plenty of day light left to enjoy. All the riders said their goodbyes to their race family and friends with a high five or a hug. It was another great season of racing at Echo Valley and many new memories had been made. Teri, owner of the track, as well as her family and staff would like to thank everyone for their support this year. They hope to see some familiar and new faces in the spring. Results 85cc 9-11: 1.Cooper Abbett 85cc 12-15: 1.Matt Lamourea 2.Matt Thompson 3.Xander Lavalley 4.Sawyer Niewind 5.Andrew Wedge 65 7-11: 1.Kaleb Martin

Multispeed: 1.Jerke Bernard Micro Chain 7-8: 1.James Johnson +35A: 1.Michael Stumne Vet A: 1.Chas Kadlec 2.Kevin Woizeschke Vet B: 1.Dustin Nelson Open A: 1.Kenny Mandryk Open B: 1.Ryder Hanninen 2.Lucas Giardino 3.Casey Hultgren 4.Tim Rasmusson 5.Colton Lampi Schlboy 2: 1.Broc Today 2.Shae Martin 3.Vince Tate 125 2-Stroke: 1.Curtis Biorn 2.Bret Holland 3.Mitch Petrik 4.Dominic Lindquist 5.Andrew Wedge 65cc 7-9: 1.Lincoln Lavelley 65cc 10-11: Kaleb Martin +50: 1.Kevin Woizeschke +45B/C: Josh Schaefer 2.Craig Hultgren +45A: 1.Michael Stumne 14-24B: 1.Ryder Hanninen 2.Lucas Giardino 3.Tommy Coon 4.Brady Love 5.Stephen Morgan 14-24C: 1.Cole Hay 2.Broc Today 3.Shae Martin 4.Vince Tate 5.Lane Kachinske Schlboy 1: 1.Curtis Biorn 2.Mitch Petrik 3.Morgan Goupil 4.Xander Lavalley Micro Chain 4-6: 1.Tucker Bradford 2.Kaden Bernard 3.Jesse Jarvis +25A: 1.Spencer Kadlec 2.Chas Kadlec +25B: 1.Tim Rasmusson 2.Casey Hultgren +25C: 1.Devin Smith 85cc 9-12: 1.Matt Lamourea 2.Cooper Abbett 3.Xander Lavalley 4.Sawyer Niewind Supermini: 1.Morgan Goupil 2.Matt Thompson 3.Andrew Wedge 4.Jackson Moats 5.Connor Flohaug 250A: 1.Kenny Mandryk 250B: 1.Tommy Coon 2.Bret Holland 3.Stephen Morgan 4.Kyle Dennis 250C: 1.Cole Hay 2.Mitch Petrik 3.Dominic Lindquist 4.Ben Troumbly 5.Nick Alexander +40A: 1.Warren Hanninen 2.Kevin Woizeschke +40B: 1.Josh Schaefer +40C: 1.Kelly Martin Women: 1.Samantha Laderer 2.Alyssa Storlie 3.Linzy Lavalley

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