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Michigan’s Motorsports

August 2019

INSIDE:

2019 Season Schedule of Events

Even with both Evolution holeshots, Mike Sokalski ended up 2-2 for second on the day

Visions from the Prez Tidbits from Taylor Miscellaneous Moto Musings Division Highlights & Updates

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VINTAGE MX

WICKERSHAM WINS BIG AT BIG AIR MX

 Mark Havalda had the Innovation starts all to himself BIG AIR MX (Newago, MI) | July 14, 2019 Story and photos by Steve Baginski Big Air was next up on the schedule as it was our only race in July. We had a pretty good showing with over 40 signups. We had much better weather than last year with a perfect day for racing. The entire facility was in great shape with a perfect track for the entire day. Some spots got rough but looked like a blast to race on. They moved through the program fast as usual ad we were done and gone by about 5pm. The Vintage group would like to thank the crew for treating us so well. Already looking forward to next season trip. The first vintage racer to take to the track was Alexis Argue as she was our lone Schoolboy racer. Seeing as she races a big wheel CR80, I thought it was in everyone’s best interest for her to head out with some of the other 85cc classes. She had some

BIG AIR continued on page 4

 Chad Morehouse’s consistency still has him the hunt for the Transition title


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AUGUST 2019 Michigan’s Motorsports

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With Labor Day right around the corner I can't help but think how fast the time is flying by. Even though summer is fading fast, there is still plenty of seat time to be had around this great state of ours! Just a quick reminder ... make sure your memberships are up-to-date. Sign up now and avoid the extra time registering at your events. If you didn't know, you can do it online at AMA-D14.org. Remember to keep your AMA membership up-to-date too! As always, I can't go without giving a BIG heartfelt THANK YOU to our monthly contributors. Thanks again for giving of your time so generously to write about your division and helping spread the word about District 14 and all we have to offer to the world of amateur racing. ‘Til next time ... take care, be cool, and safe. And as always, enjoy the ride... it all goes by in a blink.

– In order of appearance – Steve Baginski, Thomas Dunn, Steven Beane, Alex Shull, Bill Larson, Kreg Bigelow, Katie Cronkright, Taylor Car�enter, and last, but not least ... Bob and Sharon Bean

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William Dale had to fight from bad starts to win both motos BIG AIR continued from page 2 good battles with the boys and girls of the other classes. She put in some consistent laps and looked very comfortable. She was in the mix in the other classes as she went on to finish both motos to take another overall victory. The Innovation and Evolution classes were off next with Inno in the first drop. Mark Havalda grabbed the holeshot but slid back to just outside the top five by the end of lap one. Gene Huntoon started in the top three but was into the lead by the start of lap two with Kris Gillett on his rear fender. Mic Hartuniewicz was up to third after a mid pack start, as the lead three were all on the same jump. They had a great battle until Mic’s bike let go and he ended with a dnf. Gene and Kris continued their battle for the lead with Gene holding on by only a few seconds for the win. Michael Sutherland made his return to his home track and started outside of the top five. He moved up quickly to take over third before the end of the race. Nic Michael had a solid start and put in some solid laps before taking over fourth by the checkered flag. Mark gained a spot back to take over fifth after his holeshot. Connor Goulet was a close second off the start and had a moto long battle with Mark. They were close the entire race until the last lap when Mark came across in fifth and Connor was missing. He made one small mistake and went from sixth to ninth on the last lap. Steve Adema, Derek Michael and Blake Argue were all close for the moto with Steve Adema getting into sixth

on the last lap with Derek taking seventh. Blake Argue made a few passes from start to finish and was gaining on both Derek and Steve but ran out of time and ended up in eighth. Rick Murphy was steady again and held on to a top ten with Joe Hovorka just missing out in eleventh. Mark shot out of the gate once again for moto two and took another holeshot. Too bad he once again slipped back a few spots and finished just outside the top five to finish the day in fifth overall. Gene was quick to take over the lead again but Kris was even more determined this moto. He would take over the lead before the start of lap three and had Mic right on his rear wheel. They would have a great few lap battle for the rest of the race. Kris had the lead and coming into the last turn at the bottom of the hill, Mic took tried to make a pass and made contact. Neither went down and Kris held on to take the moto win and overall. Mic held on for second but his first moto dnf dropped him back to twelfth overall. Gene cruised the rest of the race in third to take second overall, as Michael came from a last place start to finish fourth and rounding out the podium. He had went down coming into the first turn and barely missed being run over by half of the field. Luckily he remounted quickly and was on the gas in no time. Nik put in some good laps after a very slow start to take fourth and hang on to a top five. Steve, Blake Connor and Derek once again were all close for most of the race. Connor started off leading the group but once again, late moto issues dropped him back

The Historic overall was close with Blake Argue earning second with the tie break

 Mic Hartuniewicz was fast but a first moto dnf hurt his overall chances


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 Cory Sutherland came off the couch to take the 1-1 overall in Historic

 Gene Huntoon always seems to find where I’m at taking pictures to ninth for ninth overall. Steve held of the pressure from Connor and then Blake to take seventh for sixth overall. Blake came across about ten seconds ahead of Connor in eighth for seventh overall. Derek had a lot of fight left and closed the gap to Connor to less than two seconds finishing tenth. His first moto seventh was good enough for eighth overall. Rick had a lot better start in the second moto and some good battles but ended up back in eleventh for tenth overall. Joe gave it his best but would end up with a dnf to drop him back in eleventh overall.

 Both Innovation moto’s were fun to watch as Kris Gillett took the overall

 By far the person having the most fun on the track is Ian Lee

Mike Sokalski was on the gas from the start of both moto’s grabbing both holeshots. He put up a good fight and led some laps but couldn’t hold off the charge from William Dale. Will had two bad starts with a slipping clutch but kept charging all day long to take both moto wins. Mike was fast but even with monster holeshots could only manage a few second place finishes. Rich Machniak had some mid pack starts and some bar banging to eventually finish third both times out. Todd Lane was back out for his first race of the season and battled with Rich during both moto’s to go 4-4 for fourth. Joe Sangster made the trip over and tried to race two classes, he definitely had better luck on his CR to take a couple fifths for a top five overall. Ken Argue, John Korte, Rich Isza and Tom lee all were close and went back and forth.

BIG AIR continued on page 12


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2019 District 14 Board of Directors & Division Chairs PRESIDENT Thomas Dunn tdunn976@yahoo.com (517) 896-9757 VICE PRESIDENT Steve Beane motoxgiant@yahoo.com (313) 918-8944 SECRETARY Taylor Carpenter d14secretary@gmail.com (517) 802-9609 TREASURER Mark Robinson (no phone provided) amad14treasurer@yahoo.com MEMBERSHIP ADMINISTRATOR Molly Kidner d14membership@gmail.com (231) 670-5450 D14 WEBMASTER Dan Stephens d14webmaster@gmail.com LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR Rev. Ron Packer d14legislative@gmail.com (269) 548-7348 Dick Bigelow dickbarbbigs@aol.com (586) 677-0456 AMA COMMISSION - OFF ROAD John Zwerican (989) 871-3008 AMA COMMISSION - ROAD Kaye Johnson amakaye165@gmail.com (248) 459-1777 AMA COMMISSION - FLAT TRACK Kevin Lambert JR kevinthegoonlambert@gmail.com (248) 245-9919 RIDER REP - OFF ROAD Kevin Lambert JR kevinthegoonlambert@gmail.com\ (248) 245-9919 Steve Murray stevemurray15@gmail.com

Adam Alexander ama411@gmail.com 989-787-0411 ATV MX CHAIRPERSON Ryan Day dayryan93@yahoo.com (248) 251-3529 VICE CHAIR Christopher Ice Chris@cdiconstructiongroup.com 989-205-0487 POINTS KEEPER Danielle Day Dmpytleski@yahoo.com RIDER REPS - MX Dew Millhisler bowtech22@gmail.com 989-205-0443

ENDURO CHAIR Mike Maurer mikemaurer250@gmail.com (517) 763-9406 VICE CHAIR Jeramy Pelaston 937-459-8005 POINTS KEEPER Martin Ryerson martinryerson@aol.com 231-830-6767 RIDER REPS B/A/AA CLASS Vic Flegel pencilcraft@pencilcraft.com (989) 506-1487 Fred Kraemer fredjkraemer@gmail.com C, 60+ & WOMEN'S CLASSES Tina Flegel / (989) 875-8186 tina@d14enduro.org FLAT TRACK/TT CHAIRPERSON Courtney Cooklin courtney cooklin@gmail.com 810-837-2740

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Sarah Meyer smeyer450@yahoo.com (734) 927-4544 HILL CLIMB CHAIRPERSON John Radke radman4790@gmail.com (616) 308-9544 VICE CHAIR Eric Briggs (no phone / email provided) POINTS KEEPER Brix McFee brixmcfee@chartermi.net (616) 847-6265 ICE RACE CHAIRPERSON Christopher Ice Chris@cdiconstructiongroup.com 989-205-0487 MX CHAIRPERSON Kreg Bigelow kregbigelow@yahoo.com (810) 965-8764 VICE CHAIR - VINTAGE MX Steve Baginski bagsmx194@gmail.com (586) 321-5680 POINTS KEEPER Terri Sweet d14pointskeeper@gmail.com (517) 719-6264 RIDER REP Kirk Newman kirk.newman@yahoo.com 616-901-9207 ROAD CHAIRPERSON Terri Sweet d14roadchair@gmail.com (517) 719-6264

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2019 DIRECTORY

CHARTER CLUBS & PROMOTERS PLEASE NOTE: The phone number listed for your organization is the number that was supplied as the primary contact on your application

Baja Acres...........................989-871-3356 Battle Creek MC...................517-993-7960 Bent Wheels CC..................586-854-1372 Big Air MX ........................ 231-578-3828 Brain Dead Racing . .......... 734-735-3717 Bulldog Riders MC . ........... 810-919-9821 Cadillac MC ....................... 231-775-7014 Dutch Sport Park ............... 574-292-3195 Flint MC ............................ 810-422-4383 Goshen IronHorsemen ...... 57-582-2299 Grand Kankakee TR........... 219-221-0900 Grattan Raceway ............... 616-691-7271 Hill & Gulley Riders ......... 780-261-3433 I96 Speedway.......................517-712-7820 JB MX Motors Park ........... 419-212-0838 Lansing MC ...................... 231-590-4242 Lucky Thumb MC ............ 810-404-2895 Michigan Mafia MXC.......... 810-348-4774

MI Offroad Events ............ 517-896-9757 MI Sprint Enduro ............... 517-581-2488 Muddobber MC ................ 765-998-2236 Muskegon MC ................... 231-286-5614 Owosso Motorsports . ...... 810-690-5781 Plymouth Blackhawks ..... 574-904-3006 Polka Dots MC ................. 989-832-8284 Port Huron MC ................. 810-499-4760 Portland Trail Riders ......... 571-285-4274 Red Bud MX .................... 269-695-6405 Riders MC ......................... 260-249-0312 Toledo Trail Riders . ........... 419-392-7117 Treaty City MC .................. 937-459-8005 Twin Bay Trail Riders ....... 231-645-7905 Twisted MX ....................... 734-752-1134 Valley Motocross ............... 517-869-7815 Valley Trail Riders ............ 989-528-3365 Western Ohio Motorsports .... 937-917-1237

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Visions by Thomas Dunn, District 14 President

A WORD FROM THE PREZ!

OBSERVATIONS

I try to show up at several types of events throughout the season, from MX to Ice races. Hill Climb I still need to get to as it has been too many years since I have been there ( I believe late '90's!? ) Things I see. Mostly I see great people doing what they love with their families, being their immediate family or their race family, doesn't truly matter it's good clean fun. I notice the good in our members, mostly respectful and thankful to the Clubs and Promoters that are working hard to give them Fun safe events to ride or race. At times though I observe the not so nice part of racing. I wrote earlier this year about the AMA rules prohibiting drugs and alcohol consumption at events. Riding and racing under the influence will get you disqualified every time! Aggressive parents and or participants... Please remember, this is amateur racing! I love that the District has several past and present Pro AMA card holders coming from our series of racing, but for most of us it's about fun, competition against friends and family, bragging rights around the fire and the trophy and or series Championship. Yelling and screaming at an official, referee or a child or other participant not only reflects badly on the event but the District and what we do to the public.

More than likely KTM or Yamaha is not going to be calling on Monday to offer a contract, let's have fun! This goes for aggressive and fast pit riding, the pits should be a safe place with riders preceding to the starting area slowly and safely. If your over idler in 2nd gear, your going too fast Endangering others can get you disqualified and asked to leave, no refund required!

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I have always been a big proponent of sound testing following the AMA and State's sound rules and decibel levels, even if the AMA talks about it but doesn't seem to enforce. Sound matters, community reaction and perceptions carry over to local governments that may affect the tracks future. Don't assume just because it's open today, it won't or can't be regulated out of existence tomorrow!

TOMORROW

Please remember there is no guarantee that what we enjoy, can't be taken away! Enjoy yourselves and your families. Respect others and your sport. Be respectful to those that work hard to offer events. You work hard to be able to race and ride. District 14 respects that!

See ya at the races!


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AUGUST 2019 – by Steven Beane • Grant Baylor will not be denied! The Tely Energy-backed rider won all six tests in the recent Cross Fork, PA Rattlesnake National Enduro, topping his brother Steward by nearly a minute. • Another man who would not be denied is Roman Febvre. Nearly three years since his last MXGP victory, the Factory Yamaha pilot went 1-1 in Loeket to snap championship leader Tim Gajser’s string of victories. Speaking of Gajser, his recent surge of seven-in-a-row victories made him the winningest (in terms of streak length) of any Honda rider in MXGP history. • Another Honda rider, this time Toni Bou, made history when he won his 13th consecutive title at the recent French Tri-

alGP round. Adam Raga is fighting last year’s number two rider Jeroni Fajardo for second as the series takes a monthlong break before the final round. • It looks more and more like Eli Tomac will be the US 450 MX champion, at least judging by his performance at Washougal. Tomac’s 1-1 score is his second of the year, and it was achieved through blistering speed and a refusal to settle for second place. In the first moto he leaned his Kawasaki so far into a corner that the clutch lever touched down and he lost drive, forcing him to mount another charge at Ken Roczen. • Beta’s multi-time EnduroGP champion Steve Holcombe revealed two pieces of startling news recently. First, he is

suffering from Epstein-Barr. Second, he intends to ride a Beta four-stroke World Championship competiton in the next season. • Kawasaki released a completely revamped version of the KX250(F), but oddly decided not to engineer in an electric start. • It is widely believed that the 2019 TM300EN is simply too fast for the woods. The recent addition of a 250EN to the stable will enable us to determine if a 50cc reduction from the eerily smooth and remarkably fast 300 is enough to make the bike more manageable. • Beta introduced its 2020 lineup of RR (standard) and RR-s (street legal 4Ts) to the world press, and changes made to the bikes are extensive. New frames and bodywork highlight the visual changes, while a counter-balancer in the 250 and 300 2Ts brings the Italian powerplants right up to date in off-road offerings. Beta dealers in the US get a chance to sample the bikes in late September in conjunction with the AIM Expo, a motorcycle industry show held this year in Columbus, Ohio.

• Talon Soenksen and Tyler Vore continue to take turns as the fastest man in D14 enduro, although only 2 and a half seconds separated them at the recent BarkBuster Enduro. • Here’s a good reason not to ride alone – one of the riders at the recently held Tim Coleman riding school popped his arm out of the shoulder socket in a notvery-nasty looking crash. Thankfully two of the other students had medical training and the limp limb was reset in no time. • A number of years ago I struggled with the decision of whether or not to buy new riding gear in August. As it turns out, the D14 riding season isn’t even half over at this point, so get the new gear and get out on the track or trail!

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GRAPEVINE ENDURO

FES ENDURO (Lawton, MI) | June 29, 2019 Story and photos submitted by Alex Shull t was a great turn out at the Grapevine Enduro this year! The forty miles of premium single track in southern Michigan with lots of hills and tight single track in the second section was extremely challenging in the 90 degree heat! The first section ran you through building some nice open flowing single track, woods and some good old Michigan mud. The Vintage group had a good number of Kawasaki KDX's ... there were a lot of those still out there, some confusion at sign up about the vintage class so only 5 got signed up out of 12 that came. For the vintage class 1st place was taken by Kevin Harner on a Kawasaki KDX 200, 2nd place Bryan Schamber also on a KDX 200, and third place was Bill Larson on a Kawasaki KDX 175.

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 Jay Ottenwess in section one

Jays KDX 200

 Polly Grow - 1st Women

NEWS CLIP by Bill Larson Vintage Class

 Bill Larson on his 175 KDX

(UP SANDSTORMERS, Marquette, MI | July 13, 2019 ) It was a beautiful day on the thirteenth of July in Marquette Michigan and the Sandstormers laid out a great course for the Mini Moose Family Enduro. They had a nice mix of tight woods and open fields and the traction was good as always in the UP. In the vintage class Tim Grow took first place on a Husky 250. Eric Malmsten took second on a custom Honda Frankenbike (X-R 200 chassis with a custom built XR 100 motor). Bill Larson took third on a 175 KDX.


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2019 AMA D14 EVENTS ATV MX

\HILL CLIMB

CHAIRPERSON .................... Ryan Day VICE CHAIR ............................. Chris Ice  = MI State Championship Race

OCTOBER

AUGUST

CHAIRPERSON ....................... John Radke VICE CHAIR ................................ Eric Briggs

AUGUST

06

D14 - NEPG ............. Matthews, IN

Valley MX .................................. Stanton

02

FES .................................... New Paris, IN

03

D14 .................................... New Paris, IN

01

 Valley MX ........................... Stanton

10

D14 ................................. Greenville, OH

02

Valley MX .................................. Stanton

14

Dutch MX .................... Bloomingdale

15

 Dutch MX ............. Bloomingdale

21

Log Road MX .......................... Bronson

22

Log Road MX .................... Bronson

CHAIRPERSON ........... Courtney Cooklin VICE CHAIR ....................... Meagan Green

05

Dutch MX ..................... Bloomingdale

AUGUST

03

06

Dutch MX .................... Bloomingdale

10

TT - Dbl Header ......... Muskegon MC

11

03

Dutch MX .................... Bloomingdale

04

 Dutch MX ............. Bloomingdale

31

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

19

Twisted MX .................................. Milan

20

Twisted MX ............................

26

Baja MX ................................ Millington

27

 Baja MX ......................... Millington

Milan

ATV XC CHAIRPERSON .................. Jason Cottrell VICE CHAIR ................................ Taylor Ellis

AUGUST 18

T-Time Acres ...................................... ???

SEPTEMBER 18

Dutch MX .................... Bloomingdale

ENDURO / FES CHAIRPERSON ..................... Mike Maurer

AUGUST 11

D14 .................................... Roselawn, IN

17

FES ............................... Morestown, MI

18

D14 ............................. Moorestown, MI

SEPTEMBER

15

D14 - Sprint Enduro ......... Bentley, MI

21

FES ................................. Greenville, OH

28

FES ..................................... Fife Lake, MI

NOVEMBER

FLAT TRACK

10

Muskegon MC ................... Bridgeton

25

Goshen Ironhorseman ....... Goshen, IN

12

MI Mafia MXC .................... Brown City

13

 Log Road MX ................... Bronson

13

MI Mafia MXC .................... Brown City

19

Twisted MX .................................. Milan

20

 Twisted MX ...........................

26

Valley MX .................................. Stanton

27

 Valley MX ........................... Stanton

Milan

VINTAGE MX

MOTOCROSS

CHAIRPERSON .......... Steve Baginski  = GP Series

CHAIRPERSON ................... Kreg Bigelow VICE CHAIR ............................. Kip Bigelow

AUGUST

 = MI State Championship - Max Points

04 25

Dutch MX .................. Bloomingdale Log Road MX ...................... Bronson

AUGUST

28

 Polka Dots MC ............. Midland

Dutch MX .................... Bloomingdale

OCTOBER

04

Dutch MX .................... Bloomingdale

TT - Dbl Header ......... Muskegon MC

10

MI Mafia MXC .................... Brown City

13 26

 Twisted MX ......................... Milan Valley MX ............................... Stanton

24

ST ............................. Lucky Thumb MC

10

Big Air MX .............................. Newago

25

TT ............................. Lucky Thumb MC

11

MI Mafia MXC .................... Brown City

11 18 24 25

Big Air MX .............................. Newago Battle Creek MC ............ Battle Creek Grattan MX .............................. Belding Grattan MX .............................. Belding

25 31

 Cadillac MC ....................... Cadillac Valley MX .................................. Stanton

01 02

Valley MX .................................. Stanton Valley MX .................................. Stanton

07

MI Mafia MXC .................... Brown City

07

Red Bud MX ........................ Buchanan

08

MI Mafia MXC .................... Brown City

08

 Red Bud MX .................

14

Portland Trail Riders ........... Portland

15

 Portland Trail Riders .... Portland

21

Big Air MX ............................... Newago

21

CANCELLED Milan Twisted MX ..................................

SEPTEMBER 07

ST ........................ I96 Speedway / Dice

08

ST (Rain) ............ I96 Speedway / Dice

14

HM .................... Celina OH / Nealeigh

15

HM (Rain) ........ Celina OH / Nealeigh

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ST STATE CHAMPIONSHIP .............................. Owosso MS / Helvie

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TT STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

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ST (Rain) ........... Owosso MS / Helvie

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TT (Rain) ........... Owosso MS / Helvie

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HARE SCRAMBLES CHAIRPERSON ....................... Zack Keizer VICE CHAIR ............................ Brian Kidner

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SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER

Buchanan

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 Big Air MX ........................ Newago

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CANCELLED Milan Twisted MX ..................................

28

Log Road MX .......................... Bronson

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Log Road MX .......................... Bronson

04 11

Polka Dots MC ....................... Midland Battle Creek MC ............ Battle Creek

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Polka Dots MC ....................... Midland

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OCTOBER

08

Toledo TR ...................... Swanton, OH

05

Dutch MX .................... Bloomingdale

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Dutch MX .................... Bloomingdale

05

Dutch MX ..................... Bloomingdale

OCTOBER

06

 Bulldog Riders .............Millington

06

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Log Road MX .......................... Bronson

Portland Trail Riders .......... Portland

SEPTEMBER 21 & 22

MX RACE

CANCELLED @ TWISTED MX Submitted by Kreg Bigelow, MX Chairperson


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SPRINT ENDURO

DUTCH SPORT PARK MX (Bloomingdale, MI) | June 30, 2019 Story and photos by Katie Cronkright

The Michigan Sprint Enduro Series has definitely grown over the last year and we saw the results of that this weekend. If you don’t know anything about the Michigan Sprint Enduro Series, then you definitely need to go out and try one before the seasons over. A Sprint Enduro is very unique compared to what we’re used to. Here is a breakdown of what it would look like at a Sprint Enduro; There are two different tests. The first test is called the cross test, which is more of an open type of terrain but very technical, this test includes the motocross track. The second test will include mostly woods, and some open terrain as well. Each test is about 2-7 miles long. You go back and forth between both tests and complete each test 3-4 times. Each rider takes off every 15 seconds, and the total time taking each person to complete each test in total will determine the winner, lowest time wins. There is also a mini course for the kids. This course is shorter, but just as technical.

I caught up with rider Broc Peterson (#399) after to ask him what he thought of the Sprint Enduro seeing as this was his first one that he tried. I asked him what his favorite test was; cross or woods and surprisingly his response was the woods. Broc has been around motocross for most of his life so his response surprised me. He said he liked the woods test more because it was a lot more technical and really made him think about what line he was taking and making sure he didn’t hit any trees, well tried not to. I asked if he would go to another one and his response was definitely. Broc finished 6th in the Pro class. There were a lot of other riders racing; Travis Sewell 1st place in A 30+, Joe Mapes 1st in A 50+, Dawson Webb 1st place in Lites B, Randy Deyoung 3rd place in 30+, Kaine Wipp 2nd place in Lites C, and Isaac Dings 1st place in Schoolboy 12-17, just to name a few. It’s always a fun, technical race, so if you’re up for a challenge or just want to try something different try a Michigan Sprint Enduro before the seasons over.

 Austin Wagner #993 waiting for the first test to start

 Broc Peterson #399 after the final test

 Overall winners left to right: 3rd overall Shane Spangler, 1st overall Tyler Vore, 2nd overall Talon Soenksen


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 Rich Machniak made his debut with style earning fourth in Evolution BIG AIR continued from page 5

 Michael Sutherland came back from a second moto first turn crash to finish third overall in Innovation

John had a couple great starts but found himself at the back of that pack in moto one. Rich was the fastest of them the first time out with Ken and Tom getting in the middle. The second moto John was the fastest of the four and took sixth with Ken an consistent seventh once again to earn sixth overall. Rich battled early with John in moto two but a mistake dropped him back a little for eighth and seventh overall. With John going 9-6 to take eighth overall, that left Tom dropping a spot from moto one to take ninth overall. Victor Grahn and Mark Havalda had a close battle as well and they swapped moto finishes. Mark had a slight edge in moto one but Victor had a little more in the tank for moto two. At the end it was Victor rounding out the top ten with Mark in eleventh. Jeff Doneth was out but off the pace as his knees have gradually been getting worse preventing him from giving his rival any pressure like in years past. He rounded out the pack in twelfth both times out for twelfth overall. The Historic guys were out with some newer bike classes but it was Ian Lee the holeshot. He had some bike issues early in moto one and dropped all the way to the back of the pack. Cory Sutherland took over the lead in moto one but had

Veteran Class creator Fritz Ball joined the Transition fun taking fifth


pressure from Joe Sangster early in mot one. Just after Joe passed for the lead, his bike started to act up before finally seizing up and forcing a dnf. Cory took back the lead and went on to an easy win. Ian fought hard to make it back into second before the end of moto one. Tommy Lee started fourth and rode that little 100 well to a top three. Blake Argue held off Ian for a little bit but only managed a fourth. Michael Sangster made his first trip to Big Air and struggled just a little with the hills as he took fifth. Ian was fast out of the gate for moto two and looking for redemption. Cory wasn’t going to have any of that and took the lead by the end of lap one and never looked back. He went on to his first 1-1 of the season in his first race of the year. Ian dropped back with a goggle issue and both Blake and Tommy made it by. They both were super close for the rest of the race with Tommy leading the way. As they dropped down the hill for the last time it was Tommy in second, but as they came over the top of the hill for the finish it was Blake leading the way. Blake went on to second for second overall as Tommy dropped back to third for third overall. Ian got back going again after his pit stop to take fourth as they all finished in a three way tie for second. So Ian took fourth as Michael was more comfortable and faster the second time out yet still taking fifth for fifth overall. The Transition class was last out and it was Nick Wickerham the guy to beat from the drop of the gate. He grabbed both holeshots and led every lap for a solid 1-1 and overall. Chad Morehouse was really close on the start in the first moto but settled into second. Brady Tate started slow but was battling Chad for second in both moto’s by lap three. Chad held him off as long as he could but fell to third both times on or near the last lap. Brady finished in second overall with a 2-2 as Chad had to settled for third with his 3-3. Lance Reiner was out on a borrowed bike again and loving vintage. He had some decent starts and had some good battles with both Gene Huntoon and Fritz Ball. Lance rode strong to hold onto fourth in both moto’s as Fritz and Gene swapped moto scores. Fritz had some seat time in the Veteran class, which he was behind getting started in the district. He would end up 6-5 for fifth just ahead of Gene in sixth with his 5-6. Rich Isza was putting in fast laps but once again he had issues late in moto one after holding off Eli Hovorka and Kenny Green for most of the race. With one lap to go in the first moto he went from seventh to last and could only gain one spot back by the checkered flag.

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Tommy Lee had some rough starts but tied for second overall but ended up third Eli took seventh while Kenny unknowingly let Rich by in the last turn thinking he was in the other class. Kenny was out for revenge in moto two, but after holding Eli off for a few laps, a small mistake dropped him back to ninth. Rich rode mistake free to redeem himself for seventh and seventh overall with Eli back in eighth. We are just about ready for our trip to Dutch Sport Park on August fourth before another two week break. Then we have another Vintage only race at Log Road on the 25th. After that it is a month break before our next Allpro Auto and Off-Road GP race at Polka Dots on September 28th. For the rest of the schedule and updated points, please check out www. michiganvintagemotocross.com. Thanks for checking in and I look forward to seeing everyone at the races. RESULTS: BIG AIR 7/14/19 – Historic: 1. C. Sutherland (Hon); 2. B. Argue (Hon); 3. T. Lee II (Suz); 4. I. Lee (Hon); 5. M. Sangster (Hon) Schoolboy: 1. A. Argue (Hon) Evolution: 1. W. Dale (Yam); 2. M. Sokalski (Hon); 3. R. Machniak (Kaw); 4. T. Lane (Hon); 5. J. Sangster (Hon); 6. K. Argue (Hon); 7. R. Isza (Hon); 8. J. Korte (Mai); 9. T. Lee (Ktm); 10. V. Grahn (Yam); 11. M. Havalda (Suz); 12. J. Doneth (Hon) Innovation: 1. K. Gillett (Kaw); 2. G. Huntoon (Kaw); 3. M. Sutherland (Hon); 4. N. Michael (Hon); 5. M. Havalda II (Hon); 6. S. Adema (Hon); 7. B. Argue (Hon); 8. D. Michael (Kaw); 9. C. Goulet (Hon); 10. R. Murphy (Hon); 11. J. Hovorka (Hon); 12. M. Hartuniewicz (Suz) Transition: 1. N. Wickerham (Kaw); 2. B. Tate (Yam); 3. C. Moreh0use (Hon); 4. L. Reiner (Hon); 5. F. Ball (Kaw); 6. G. Huntoon (Kaw); 7. R. Isza (Hon); 8. E. Hovorka (Yam); 9. K. Green (Yam)

 Nick Wickerham does his best Jeff Emig impersonation on his way to the Transition overall


14 August 2019 – Michigan’s AMA/D14 Motorsports News

MONEY MOTO WEEKEND DUTCH SPORT PARK MX (Bloomingdale, MI) | July 13-14, 2019 Story and photos by Katie Cronkright

This was a weekend jam packed with good racing, good weather, and good friends. We started the weekend off right with our annual Partner Pit Bike Race on Saturday night with some good team racing. Finishing 1st place was Team Sarvari made up of Timmy Sarvari and Brett Wagner, 2nd place went too Team Needham made up of Matt and Hunter Needham, and 3rd place Team The Winners made up of Foster Kooyers and Tim Snyder.

Moto 1 started out with good battles between Connor Rosiak (#111), Logan Lockwood (#67), and Jace Sabyan (#510). After battling and some good clean racing Leland Golaszewski (#25) took the moto win, Logan L. took 2nd, Connor R. took 3rd, and Jace S. took 4th.

milliseconds of each other. The white flag was waving, and Connor R. passed Logan L. for 2nd place, but didn’t have enough time to real in Leland G. who ended up taking the moto 2 win. Connor R. came in 2nd, Logan L. 3rd place, and Hunter N. a very close 4th place.

Moto 2 was full of more good racing. Leland (#25) took the early moto lead and started to pull away from the pack. Kadon Prieskorn (#707), Jaric Norris (#144), Jace S. (#510), and Christopher Schroeder (#809) were all within

The weekend was full of good racing and we can’t thank everyone enough for coming out and enjoying friends, family and some good clean racing. Great job to all of the riders.

The weekend continued on Sunday with more fun racing and good battles with our money motos. The 250cc Money Moto was a race to the finish. The gate dropped with Matthew Carpenter (#893) taking the hole shot. Matt lead the whole race up until two laps to go, Travis Sewell (#351) has been on the move the whole moto working his way up through the pack and finally on the second to last lap got around Carpenter to take home the win in the 250 Money Moto with Matt Carpenter coming in second, and Denver Rigsby (#290) coming in 3rd place. The Open Money Moto was just as action packed from the second the gate hit the ground. Mike Tomanek (#394) took the hole shot. Travis Sewell again had to battle his way back up the field after a first turn crash. It was a long 20-minute moto push, but he came out with another moto win. Dan Petrie (#945) 2nd, John Grewe (#70) 3rd place. The money motos weren’t the only good racing this weekend though. The 85 Open class had some fierce and intense battles that had me on the edge of my seat and the 85 parents were on theirs too ... If they would’ve been sitting in them.

 Partner Pit Bike Race Winners Left to right: Team Sarvari – Timmy Sarvari, & Brett Wagner; Team Needham – Hunter and Matt Needham; and Team The Winner’s – Tim Snyder and Foster Kooyers

 50cc Money Moto – Left to right: 2nd place Mathew Carpenter, 3rd place Denver Rigsby, and 1st place Travis Sewell

Open Money Moto – Left to right: John Grewe 3rd place, Travis Sewell 1st place, and Dan Petrie 2nd place


TIDBITS from Taylor by Taylor Carpenter D14 Secretary

Hello all! I realize it’s July, well August now by the times these are sent, I’m getting started on annual meeting, yes it takes that long. As always thoughts, ideas and suggestions are encouraged. If you have them, I know you do please email or text them to me! Clubs and charters: If you do happen to need more D14 applications I have them. Send me a text or email with the address you would like forms sent to. The district just ordered another batch so don’t be shy also please note the forms don’t expire so please keep the unused ones for the next year. If any current D14 member or charter needs papers or past issues, please send me an email (d14secretary@gmail. com) or text (1-517-802-9609) with your name, address, and what issue(s) you would like and I will get them sent out asap. If you do have membership questions, please contact Molly. I will do my ab-

solute best to answer your question, but she will have a more accurate on an answer on what to do and how to help. Speaking about memberships, I am still getting phone calls on a Tuesday or Wednesday asking for membership cards to be to the member by Friday, you have a 95% chance this won’t happen. If you do lose your D14 membership card, simply email Molly (d14membership@gmail.com) and she will get one out to you free of charge! Please keep in mind all of D14 positions are VOLUNTEER and occur in our “free time”. Last few months mine has been extremely limited due to work, I apologize for the timely manner when it comes to responses. Again, suggestions, comments, concerns please let me know! Text or email are better due to work hours and constraints. Please identify your name, best phone number to reach you, what division and what you are inquiring about. I have my phone on me all the time, yes that includes even when I’m out racing. Riders, clubs, referees, and family members please read your AMA rule book and the D14 supplemental rules to the individual division(s). I see rules being broken all of the time and some rules might just happen to surprise you.

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16 August 2019 – Michigan’s AMA/D14 Motorsports News DUTCH SPORT PARK MX (Bloomingdale, MI) | June 9-10, 2019 Story by Bob Bean | Photos by Sharon Bean Round 9 of the AHRMA National MX series kicked off June 9th/10th at Dutch Sport MX Park in Bloomingdale, Mi. With Clear Blue sky’s and a perfectly groomed track all set for great Vintage racing..

AHRMA VINTAGE, POST VINTAGE AND NEXT GEN NATIONAL MX RACE

AHRMA RACING ROUND 9

The Akin and Wagner families had worked hard all week to insure that all the AHRMA members who came to race would have a track that was vintage friendly and safe... After a couple minor adjustments Sat morning, The track was ready.. How many tracks do you go to that has the whole starting line, and staging area under cover ? Yes, Dutch Sport has a huge pavilion covering the whole area... What a treat to keep out of the harsh hot sun for a change.... (and rain, but that didn’t come till Sunday) One of Saturdays Vintage races saw a great dual between Ossa rider John Rinkinberg and 1st time MX racer, Kevin Allen on a borrowed CZ. They swapped the lead a couple times and were nose to tail the whole 1st moto. Allen got a little anxious and caught his front tire on Rinkinbergs rear tire and stalled the motor. This gave Rinkinberg some breathing room and he went on to win the 1st moto.

 Mike Wheeler and Bob Bean battle for the lead

Moto 2 looked about the same as both riders swapped the lead early on, but Allen was getting used to the CZ and learn-

AHRMA continued on page 18

 Mike Bickley getting a little wild on the start

 Beno Rodi on an old Indian

Yes, even old guys on old CZ's can still get air


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18 August 2019 – Michigan’s AMA/D14 Motorsports News And then the rains flowed! 

 All the way from Ireland, Joeanne Halpin and mechanic Rory Oneal (and Fiancé) AHRMA continued from page 16 ing how to Moto quickly.. He dogged Rinkinberg for a couple laps , then used a nice line to take the lead and pulled out the stops from there and went on to win the moto and the overall win. Allen said afterwards, “this Vintage Moto stuff can get addicting” I will be back.. Meanwhile, Rinkinberg took the overall win in the 60+ class. Mike Bickley and a young hard charging Reed Borgfield swapped moto wins, with Bickley getting the overall with his 2nd moto win. Reed sure has that Hodaka screaming though and watch out... he is getting better each day. Sunday saw the PV and Next Gen bikes take to the track. The only difference, no sunny skies today. Overcast and with rain threatening, the 1st races got underway. The Wheeler brothers, Greg and Mike, from Ohio, dominated multiple classes throughout the day. Track conditions that were near perfect started deteriorating as rain started falling thru the day. John Fedor and Brian Miller, two rivals in the 250 Grand Prix class chased each other around the track with John taking two moto wins and the overall. With these two, you never know who is going to come out on top on any given day. Rod Skaggs made the trip all the way from Florida worth while with a 2nd place finish behind Ohio rider Luke Gallow on his cool looking HD. Yes, Harley Davidson. I had to work hard to get around a hard charging Shawn O’Conner in the Ultima 250 Expert class. Shawn pulled off a cou-

ple holeshots on his 83 Honda but his riding style is right on the edge, and it didn’t take long for an opening to get by.. Watch for this guy in the future. Joanne Halpin, all the way from Ireland, rode her Cagiva 250 in the women's class to a couple moto 1st place finishes, but was challenged in round 2 by what came next. She also pulled off the win in the Pre-Modern 250 Novice class! Part way thru the 2nd round of motos, mother nature opened the spigots and the water flowed. It flowed across the track in rivers. Whitewater rapids... Moses parts the sea kind of water... I have never seen water flowing across the track like that! Whew! I happened to be in the same moto as Joanne and I have to say, she did a great job traversing a track that was very, very challenging for anyone. Way to hang in there Joanne!


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