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Happy June everybody, I believe summer has finally arrived. It’s typical, the temps usually do that radical change but this year it seems like it was the precipitation gap. We went from mud to dust in an instant. I was at the race in mid May and I had both muddy bikes and a dust storm in the same picture, go figure. Anyhow the important part is that it’s race season and it’s going strong. June is always a big month for racing and this year leaves no exceptions. For all of you motocross racers out there we have three rounds of the D6 Ultimate MX Series and two rounds of the MDRA Race Series this month. In addition Doublin Gap will be hosting their Yamaha All Star National and the Loretta

Lynn Youth Regional Qualifier late in the month. You can also attend the Outdoor National at Budds Creek over Fathers Day Weekend. If you are a harescramble racer, Back Mountain is running their first event of the year. This is always a favorite on the tour for the PA State Series. And welcome to the racers and promoters from the ECEA Harescramble Series. You can now find their event schedules and ads in MRA along with expanded race coverage for their series. They have three events lined up for the month of June so get the bikes ready to go. In flat track racing action you’ll find 6 events on your schedule for the month including a TT Scramble at Piston Poppers and the double header at Clinton County Fairgrounds over Fathers Day Weekend. This event offers two days of racing along with live music, burn out contests and vendor displays. Please remember, visit any flat track race as a spectator in 2007 and earn a chance to win a free swimming pool. As always we will post all of your weekly race images on our website at www.mcracingaction.com and please visit and thank our advertisers when you can. It is very important to solicit as many businesses that support our sport as possible, it’s what keeps us strong. Until next time. Jim Bull, MR A

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TIRES Ultimate MX Hotshots Name: Zach Donlin Event: District 6 Ultimate MX Series Age: 15 years Hometown: Hazelton, PA Ride: Honda CRF150R Class: Supermini Racing #: 259 Experience: Racing 4 years Fav. Food: Tortellini Fav. Racer: James Stewart Hobbies: BMX Goals: Finish Top 10 at Loretta’s in 2008 Sponsors: Moose Racing, E&R Cycle, 661, Sunline, Alpinestar, Steel MX, Tag, Motographx, Mom and Dad. This month race fans we add yet another twist to our Hotshot column. Not only have we changed disciplines to motocross, but we have two hotshots that compete in the same class. Not only do they compete in the same class but they are friends off the track as well. How do we end up with two hotshots in the same month, racing the same series in the same class you ask? It’s simple, jusy go watch these two young racers compete and you’ll have your answer. The Supermini division is the showcase class for the mini class riders of today. The competition has always been fierce, but in 2007 there are several racers that can win on any given day. I know the season is young but our two hotshots for this

month have battled tooth and nail from the beginning. The have battled for 1st and 2nd and they have battled for 5th and 6th, but believe me when I tell you, on pretty much any given weekend it’s sometimes tough to slide a number plate background between these two when they are out there competing on the track. In mid May at the new DMX these two guys were bouncing off of each other and using any line possible to make a pass. It was some of the best racing I have seen in I don’t know how many years, it was like motocross heaven. They go out there and get it done, then come off the track and hang out until its time to do it again. Zach and Tyler met at the track a few years ago

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Leitzel, Randanella, Hammaker and Lahman put on a heck of a battle at today’s round in several motos. If you left the fences while the pee wee classes were on the track you missed some great racing action. In the expert ranks William Duffy dominated the Lites division for the overall while finishing second to Derrick Wile in the Motocross class. Wile was on a mission sweeping both motos for the top spot in the premier class. In the expert age divisions Jeff Grove and Jon Boser put on a tight race in the newly formed 35+ class with Grove getting the win. Mike Bear would grab 30+ with the 25+ going to Kevin Brodsky. Brad Stepp would take home the money in Senior A. This series is so loaded with talent we could go on and on talking about the races and their outcomes. To break it down check out the results here in our pages as well as online at www.mdramxracing. com. Be sure to check out all event photos at www.mcracingaction.com and we’ll see you at the next round. School Boy 1. Garret Toth; 2. Broc Schmelyun; 3. Brandon Seibold; 4. Jacob Grove; 5. Britton Stewart; 6. Tony Archer; 7. Kyle Nettleton; 8. Tyler Newberry; 9. Dakota Yohe; 10. Joshua Fisher.

s out Britton Stewart come e 125 C the victor over thre divisions. Round # 2 of the 2007 MDRA Series found us at Mountaineer Raceway in the beautiful foot hills of Inwood, WV. It was a bright warm day as once again over 600 racers came to compete in this continually growing series. This round brought Yamaha and Suzuki factory contingencies to the newly redesigned track along with race sponsorship from Blalock Cycle Co. and Capitol Meats, Inc. The School Boy and College Boy classes would be the first off the gate at this round with the wins going to Garret Toth and Curtis Baker respectively.

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Shenando College Boy 1. Curtis Baker; 2. sweeps Sam Archer; 3. Grant Zartman; 4. Shane Krabal; 5. Shane Wiegel; 6. Drew Kibler; 7. Devin Manahan; 8. Christopher Snyder; 9. Tyler Carbaugh; 10. Michael Dailey.

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Plus 25 B 1. Adam Dietrich; 2. Travis Oroke; 3. David Killmeyer; 4. Brock Myers; 5. Kenneth Moore; 6. Raymond Mcgowan; 7. Michael Dempster; 8. Kenneth Smith; 9. Scott Fraley; 10. Kevin Stutzman. Senior A 1. Brad Stepp; 2. Bryan Miner; 3. Michael Crocker; 4. Bert Schulteis; 5. John Richards; 6. Russell Seibold; 7. Rick Wenger; 8. Jeff Hermansen; 9. Robert Huston; 10. Thomas Nagle. Senior B 1. Paul Baker; 2. Allen Weaver; 3. Shaun Manning; 4. Robert

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Bragg; 5. Michael Perkins; 6. Joey Kilby; 7. Joseph Balas; 8. Michael Marley; 9. Michael Lupey; 10. William Donnelly. 85 (7-11) B 1. Kelly Snider; 2. Dillon Thomas; 3. Christhian Pinto; 4. Tristan Kimble; 5. Jacob Runkles; 6. Jesse Pulliam; 7. Matthew Shutt; 8. Kevin Stoner; 9. Arie Reachard; 10. Austin Foit.

3. Seth Hammaker; 4. Zachary Lahman; 5. Cole Aiosa; 6. Nathan Murphy; 7. Chris Calvy; 8. Kyle Roeder; 9. Dustin Radford; 10. Josue Jimon.

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50 Oil (7-8) 1. Brice Russell; 2. Andrew Dixon; 3. Coby Brady; 4. Bailey Haschert.

85 (7-11) C 1. Daniel Bohon; 2. Adam Dailey; 3. Marcus Smestad; 4. Sean Baxley; 5. Eddie Mitchell; 6. Dylan Blettner; 7. Amanda Poling; 8. Devon Martin; 9. Nicholas Carruba; 10. Jacob Lewis.

Junior Mini (9-13) 1. Steven Sparks; 2. Daryn Thompson; 3. Anthony Smith; 4. Kyle King; 5. Joshua Villarreal; 6. Thomas Webb; 7. Christhian Pinto; 8. Matthew Shutt; 9. Jackson Ringrose; 10. Jesse Pulliam.

Four Stroke Open 1. Garret Toth; 2. Thomas Mudgett, Jr.; 3. Broc Schmelyun; 4. Jacob Grove; 5. Tyler Gantt; 6. Tyler Newberry; 7. Seth Kimble; 8. Anthony Barbagallo; 9. Luke Richards; 10. Andrew Poling.

Super Mini (12-15) 1. Kameron Page; 2. Tony Archer; 3. Cody Lunceford; 4. Steven Good; 5. Eddie Jones; 6. Tyler Newberry; 7. Derek Miller; 8. Michael Reynolds; 9. Darren Streets; 10. Bryce Downes.

Vet (Plus 35) A 1. Jeffrey

Vet (Plus 30) A 1. Michael Bear; 2. John Bowlin; 3. Jeffrey Grove; 4. Dale Weller; 5. Christopher O’hara; 6. Jon Boser; 7. David Dyke; 8. Michael Hall; 9. Glenn Hoffman; 10. Brian Domschke.

Grove; 2. Jon Boser; 3. Christopher O’hara; 4. Mike Weimer; 5. David Dyke; 6. Jonathan Skinner; 7. Steven Sheckler; 8. John Richards; 9. Brad Stepp; 10. Glenn Hoffman. Vet (Plus 35) B 1. Jason Fordney; 2. Tom Boschert; 3. JD Combs; 4. Sam Aspinwall; 5. John Eckstine; 6. Allen Weaver; 7. Joseph Balas; 8. Robert Reedinger; 9. Ewell Gilliam; 10. Robert Bragg.

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Vet (Plus 30) B 1. David Killmeyer; 2. David Mock; 3. John Chris Vazzana; 4. Glenn Murphy; 5. William Beezel; 6. Kevin Stutzman; 7. Erik Brown; 8. Benjamin Webster; 9. Rolando Caluv; 10. Kenneth Smith. 125 C Main 1. Britton Stewart; 2. Christopher Heinlein; 3. Patrick Morrissey; 4. Mark Azadl; 5. Zac Ely; 6. Thomas Nilan; 7. Anthony Jewell; 8. Michael Thompson; 9. Timothy Scott; 10. Austin Bixler. 125 A 1. William Duffy; 2. Eric Myers; 3. Derrick Wile; 4. Willy Toth, Jr.; 5. Chad Wages; 6. Patrick Wastler; 7. Joshua Lingle; 8. Justin Crawford; 9. Eric Mckay. 125 B 1. Broc Schmelyun; 2. Brandon Seibold; 3. Gary Radford, Jr.; 4. Curtis Baker; 5. Grant Zartman;

6. Thomas Mudgett, Jr.; 7. Brandon Freeman; 8. Trevor Hoffeditz; 9. David Wingate. 10. Tyler Carbaugh. Vet (Plus 30) C 1. Eugene Bork; 2. Jason Fordney; 3. Dustin Kiernan; 4. Steve Brown; 5. Matthew Brown; 6. Ian Raun; 7. Jose Alemus; 8. David Poling; 9. Ashley Millard; 10. Tim Wiest. Women 1. Kelsey Green; 2. Jessica Childs; 3. Shayla Stephens; 4. Katie Corron; 5. Raeslee Weimer; 6. Amanda Poling; 7. Jessica Jones; 8. Lauren Snyder; 9. Alexis Harwood; 10. Karingtin Hess.

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Plus 25 A 1. Kevin Brodsky, Jr.; 2. Ryan Jones; 3. Michael Bear; 4. Joey Yagloski; 5. Dale Weller; 6. Daniel Leonhard; 7. Jon Boser; 8. Brian Domschke.


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Tri County National Harescramble ECEA HS Series - April 21 & 22, 2007 By Tim Dennis

Palanchi. 251-Open B 1. Jeffrey Pasqua; 2. Christopher Smith; 3. Joseph Grieff; 4. Mike Panetta; 5. Andrew Sarclette. 100-Open 4 Stroke B 1. James Dzierwinsk; 2. Adam Viggiano; 3. Kenneth Rand; 4. Mike Gardner; 5. Chase Simone; 6.

C 0-200 1. Jason Charbonneau; 2. Stephen Harris; 3. Valen Garrison; 4. Stra Teodosic; 5. Jason Williams; 6. Brian Boyer; 7. Todd Bauerband; 8. Tyler Kennedy; 9. Stephen Chapkov; 10. James Pelech. C 201-Open 1. Brian Ciccariello; 2. Adam Burke; 3. David Dalmasso; 4. Edwin Dimech; 5. Joe Crist; 6. Joseph Sutton; 7. Kenneth Thomas; 8. Thomas Furnbach; 9. Bradley Bernet; 10. Douglas Diton. C 4-Stroke 1. Matthew Pratola; 2. Thomas Sherby; 3. Adelli Held; 4. Patrick Deaver; 5. Wade Glover; 6. Robert Jones; 7. Matthew Coole; 8. Kirk Dengler; 9. Charles Chard; 10. David Adams. C Vet 1. Terry Consdazio; 2. Todd Way; 3. Joe Pettit; 4. Kenneth Kasprzak; 5. Chris Biggs; 6. Goran Udbinac; 7. Christopher Thomas; 8. Corey Shagg; 9. Leaonard Legall; 10. Herbert Higbee, II. C Senior 1. Bill Macqueen; 2. Craig Lambert; 3. Raymond Lowndes; 4. Allen Wagner; 5. Lee Manis; 6. Joseph Draper; 7. Steaven Davis; 8. Phil Morshead; 9. Mike Gremillion; 10. Kenneth Rand.

Tabatha Roser is your EL Womens champ. AA 1. Michael Lafferty; 2. Juston Williamson; 3. Wallace Palmer; 4. Robbie Jenks; 5. Jerod Stoner; 6. Ryan Rodgers; 7. William King; 8. Jake Korn; 9. Travis Green; 10. Kevin Bennett. 86-200cc A 1. Jarred Folweiler; 2. Denny Anderson; 3. Nicholas Hunter; 4. Jacob Martin; 5. Kyle Adams; 6. Casey Grzybowski; 7. Tyler Klinger; 8. Derrick Kell; 9. Joseph Mangione; 10. Ron Decaro.

Women 1. Courtney Compton; 2. Dianne Fitzgerald; 3. Michele Adams; 4. Megan Horseman; 5. Sara Chapman; 6. Morgon Donnelly; 7. Jacqueline Prignano.

Mike Lafferty wins the Main in 2:37:06.

12-15 AA 1. Stephen Harris; 2. Tyler Haney; 3. Matthew Gift; 4. Kelsey Hartem; 5. Jacobus Ferreira; 6. Nick Davis; 7. James Dibenedert; 8. David Worden; 9. Gregory Schneider; 10. Tanner Thomas. 12-15 100cc 1. Ryan Markel; 2. Samuel Swavely; 3. James Turner; 4. Zachary Snyder; 5. Brian Rowan; 6. Shawn Shaffer; 7. Keith Oliphant; 8. Sally Ferreira; 9.

201-250cc A 1. Justin Tucker; 2. Eric Rodgers; 3. John Maier; 4. Dane Schoenebe; 5. Wesley Becker; 6. Fred Baxter; 7. Andrew Tsakanik; 8. Joseph Lamanna; 9. Jason Marcascian; 10. Paul Cossman.

A SuperSenior 1. Randy Mastin; 2. Mike Mcintire; 3. Wayne Fontanazza; 4. William King; 5. Thomas Cacacie; 6. Ken Tomeo; 7. John Diobilda; 8. Artichoke Divecch; 9. Tom Phillips; 10. Glenn Stevens. 86-200cc B 1. Robert Hesser; 2. Nick Keefe; 3. Brett Davis; 4. Joseph Ford; 5. Stephan Check; 6. Bobby Kershaw; 7. Jason Thompson; 8. James Sanchez; 9. Travis Corchado; 10. Carl Jones. 201-250cc B 1. Jim Lockard; 2. Kyle Eisert; 3. Jesse Gill; 4. Jarod Kulp; 5. Ryan Boyd; 6. Kevin Oliwa; 7. Devin Palen; 8. Sean Koeller; 9. Evan Yarnall; 10. Bryan

13-15 150cc 1. Colin Black; 2. Deric Adams; 3. David Adams; 4. Anthony Ruiz; 5. Philip Morshead; 6. Michael Wilson; 7. Donald Blair; 8. Dylan Hartz; 9. Stephen Andrescava; 10. Lauren Robinson. 10-11 65cc 1. Henry Ferreira; 2. Brandon Ryan; 3. Sean Dolan; 4. Craig Delong; 5. Jeremy Williams; 6. Jeffrey Hall; 7. Tanner Whitney; 8. Jordan Andrescavag; 9. Albert Santelli; 10. Jared Wobensmith. 10-12 125cc 1. Tanner Way; 2. Eric Carrero; 3. Cody Cantagallo.

7-9 65cc 1. Michael Mcgee; 2. Trevor Pritchard; 3. Wyatt Vugrinec; 4. Timothy Lambert; 5. Jarrett Mohn; 6. Ryder Lafferty; 7. Aaron Lasher; 8. Ryan Hall; 9. Collin Kearney; 10. Gary Enman.

v100-Open 4 Stroke A 1. Sean Gaughan; 2. Ben Smith; 3. Mark Dipasquale; 4. Joseph Caruso; 5. Kenneth Held; 6. Louis Green; 7. David Bader; 8. Pat Emmons; 9. Michael Tsakanikas; 10. John Lowe, Jr.

Senior 40+ A 1. Dennis Decker; 2. Greg Turner; 3. Jay Dean; 4. David Mills; 5. Randall Riggs; 6. Mike Beeler; 7. Michael Wilbert; 8. Thomas Wood; 9. Alan Jessat; 10. Paul Guy.

Daniel Gandy; 7. Chris Gordon; 8. Ethan Jaudas; 9. Jake Butterly; 10. Russell Sheppard.

EL Women 1. Tabatha Roser; 2. Megan Horseman; 3. Melissa Kilduff; 4. Jodi Hartem; 5. Rylee Deblin; 6. Jessica Shepps; 7. Niesha Horseman; 8. Alyssa Haney; 9. Tiffany Bennett; 10. Jacqueline Prignano.

251-Open A 1. Malcolm Schoene; 2. Thomas Cacacie; 3. Michael Greenman; 4. Russell Roy; 5. David Billhime; 6. George Romeo, Jr.; 7. Aaron Cree; 8. Samuel Forrester; 9. Seth Brown; 10. Richard Stapleford.

Veteran 30+ A 1. Mark White; 2. Norman Innis; 3. Dale Hiles, Jr.; 4. Wayne Grenewicz; 5. Scott Chapkovich; 6. Patrick Goonan; 7. John Sullivan, Jr. 8. Michael Kowalski; 9. Michael Kilduff; 10. Robert Civiletti.

Michael Mcgee is the O/A Pee Wee winner.

4-8 50cc 1. Dylan Lowe; 2. Sal Cusimano; 3. Bryan Butler; 4. Chris Mazzei; 5. Nicholas Burch; 6. Stephen Green; 7. Kyle Tino.

John Lafferty is your Masters class winner. Shawn Pettit; 7. Michael Trauch; 8. John Herrschaft; 9. Jon Marchesano; 10. Steven Holmes.

Stephen Harris wins the new for 2007 Youth AA division.

Veteran 30+ B 1. Wesley Phillips; 2. Dan Dimaio; 3. Bernie Adkins; 4. William Kretzer; 5. John Schoeffling; 6. Glenn Kopec; 7. Mark Ferraro; 8. Robert Bove; 9. Joseph Scotio; 10. Jack Mattera.

Aaron Kauffman; 10. Kevin Mcgeachen.

Senior 40+ B 1. Gerald Peklak; 2. Michael Demos; 3. John Sobolak; 4. Stephen Marvin; 5. Nick Sotiropoulos; 6. Wayne Ervin; 7. Thomas Howard; 8. Norman Harris, Jr.; 9. Bob Sisco; 10. Michael Palanchi.

14-15 85cc 1. Raymond Mullen; 2. Randy Kindade; 3. Marcus Ward; 4. Zachary Huberty; 5. Matthew Walaszek; 6. Brent Dibiaso; 7. Zack Van Atter; 8. Robert Potter; 9. Michael Conti; 10. Ramiro Mantilla.

Women A Pro 1. Amanda Mastin; 2. Audrey Lockhart. B SuperSenior 1. Brian Vittorini; 2. Cristofer Nauta; 3. Michael Walters; 4. James Marcasciano.

12-13 85cc 1. Kyle Mcdonal; 2. Jake Eckhart; 3. Kenny Tenner; 4. Leonard Jastrzem; 5. Michael Medeiros; 6. Ryan Quinn; 7. Angelo Rispoli, Jr.; 8. Jesse Schmidt; 9. Kamran Azadi; 10. Daniel Hadley.

Masters 1. John Lafferty; 2. Thomas Ebersole.

10-11 85cc 1. Tegan Temple; 2. Dieter Willenbrock; 3. Ethan Walter; 4. Chase Rusden; 5. Robert Civitetti; 6.

10-12 EL 1. Eric Wood; 2. Michael Mcdonald; 3. Nicholas Mccollough; 4. Donald Bishop; 5. Daniel Boyle; 6. Jonathan Hiles; 7. Jared Rodriguez; 8. Dylan Kauffman; 9. Emilee Shaw; 10. Kevin Adams. 4-9 EL 1. John Lawton; 2. Kyle Oliphant; 3. River Sewell; 4. Austin Higbee; 5. Wally Yaros; 6. Joseph Carter, Jr.; 7. Neil Enman; 8. Ty Franks; 9. Kyle Riggins; 10. Trevor Gandy. 4-8 O.I. 1. Mike Shaw; 2. Noah Palmer; 3. Chris Adams; 4. Billy Durham; 5. Jessica Schoeffling; 6. Ryan Boyd; 7. Cameron Pettit; 8. Christopher Kendrick; 9. Thomas Lloyd; 10. Colin Mccollough; 11. Nicholas Mathis.

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5/6 PINE HILL ENDURO New Lisbon, NJ Central Jersey Competition Riders 14 Fern St., Edison, NJ 08817 (732) 985-9016—www.cjcr.net 5/20 PINE BARONS ENDURO Chatsworth, NJ Pine Barons Enduro Riders 321 Osborn Ave., Pt. Pleasant, NJ 08742 (732) 714-8874—www.pinebarons.org

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Dillon Thomas wins 65 (10-11) while training for a Loretta ‘s title in 2007.

By J.C. Benson CRF/XR/TTR 50 1. Tucker Hake. 85cc 7-11 1. Dillon Thomas; 2. Bobby Kinsley; 3. Austin Toskov; 4. Jacob Runkles; 5. Matthew Shutt; 6. Dominick Dreisbach; 7. Tyler Kirschner; 8. Taylor Stevey; 9. Logan Ehrets; 10. Eric Vonada. 85cc 12-13 1. Steven Sparks; 2. Thomas Coluzzi; 3. Tyler Conner; 4. Kyle King; 5. Patrick Sharkey; 6. Michael Reynolds; 7. Storm Sheckells; 8. Jackson Ringrose; 9. Ryan Batman; 10. Stanley Bolen.

Eric Myers leads the 250 A racing

65cc 10-11 1. Dillon Thomas; 2. Jacob Runkles; 3. Austin Toskov; 4. Colin Richards; 5. Dominick Dreisbach; 6. Dylan Blettner; 7. Cory action. Gilliam; 8. Sean Baxley; 9. Eric Vonada; 10. Ronald Perry.

Supermini is always one of the best races to catch, No matter what the venue. 125 A 1. Willy Toth; 2. Christopher Monasmith; 3. Eric Myers; 4. Joshua Lingle. 125 B 1. Gary Radford, Jr.; 2. Broc Schmelyun; 3. Curtis Baker; 4. Anthony Soistnan; 5. Brandon Seibold; 6. Tyler Newberry; 7. Adam Layman; 8. Zachary Harrington; 9. Marcus Lyons; 10. Mitchell Peck.

Dalton Blettner soars to a second place finish in 65cc 7-9. 250 A 1. Kevin Brodsky, Jr.; 2. Willy Toth; 3. Joshua Lingle; 4. Tyler Witmer; 5. Eric Myers; 6. Michael Bear; 7. Corey Hormes; 8. Derrick Wile. 250 B 1. Gary Radford, Jr.; 2. Daniel Rucker; 3. Christopher Snyder; 4. Josh Crider; 5. Ryan Acri; 6. Jonathon Houpt. 250 C 1. Jeff Brannan; 2. Zach Donnelly; 3. Josh Kreitz; 4. Ryan Hoy; 5. Andrew Herzog; 6. Trevor Sypult; 7. Kelsey Green; 8. James Dow; 9. Norman Potter; 10. Brian Schilt. 51cc 4-6 1. James Shockey; 2. Logan Leitzel; 3. Shawn Rothstein, II.; 4. Kaleb Keck; 5. Nathan Rocuski; 6. Jack Rogers; 7. Joshua Kline; 8. Edgar Clark; 9. Tucker Hake. 51cc 7-8 1. Alexander Guerrierie; 2. Austin Mcnamee; 3. Shane Desell; 4. Christopher Ford; 5. Austin Bear; 6. Kyle Chrisovergis; 7. Carson Buffalow; 8. Logan Hull; 9. Tyler Gibson; 10. Kameron Keck.

School Boy 1. Garret Toth; 2. Brandon Seibold; 3. Tyler Newberry; 4. Dakota Yohe; 5. Joshua Fisher; 6. Brandon Albright; 7. Broc Schmelyun; 8. Michael Thompson; 9. Charles Rill; 10. Derek Miller.

125 C Div 1 1. Thomas Nilan; 2. Brandon Albright; 3. Coty Sebastian; 4. Joshua Black; 5. Shannon Weaver; 6. Tyler Ward; 7. Trevor Sypult; 8. Austin Robson; 9. Kyler Hull; 10. Eric Deatrick.

College Boy 1. Tyler Witmer; 2. Curtis Baker; 3. Anthony Soistnan; 4. Zachary Harrington; 5. Jeffrey Corron, Jr.; 6. Trevor Hoffedite; 7. Josh Crider; 8. Austin Bixler; 9. Levi Leatherman; 10. Grant Zartman.

125 C Div 2 1. Stefano Saienni; 2. Austin Bixler; 3. Jeff Brannan; 4. Zane Donnelly; 5. Dakota Yohe; 6. Carl Hammond; 7. Charles Rill; 8. Timothy Carter; 9. Jacob Myers; 10. Jeremiah Carroll.

25 Plus A 1. Kevin Brodsky, Jr.; 2. Jon Boser; 3. Christopher Monasmith; 4. Michael Bear; 5. Christopher Ohara; 6. Joe Caruso; 7. David Dyke.

51cc oil 4-6 1. Logan Leitzel; 2. Shawn Rothstein, II.; 3. James Shockey; 4. Nathan Rocuski; 5. Jack Rogers; 6. Kaleb Keck; 7. Ryan Ganoe; 8. Joshua Kline; 9. Anthony Ringrose; 10. Edgar Clark.

25 Plus B 1. Matthew Kessler; 2. Chad Weaver; 3. Kyle Kachmar; 4. Gary Harper; 5. John Eckstine; 6. Brian Schilt; 7. Jim Dobbs; 8. Thomas Miley; 9. James Jordan.

51cc oil 7-8 1. Bailey Haschert.

85cc 14-15 1. Cody Lunceford; 2. Derek Miller; 3. Joseph Dreisonstok; 4. Zachary Cooper; 5. Deryk Garland; 6. Zachery Russo; 7. Josh Debeaumont; 8. Michael Jones. 30 Plus A 1. Michael Bear; 2. Jon Boser; 3. Christopher Ohara; 4. Joe Caruso; 5. David Dyke; 6. Todd Harper; 7. Kevin Mesiah. 30 Plus B 1. Lou Giomboni; 2. Erik Brown; 3. Glenn Murphy; 4. Jim Dobbs; 5. James Jordan; 6. John Eckstine; 7. Jeffrey Groff; 8. Thomas Baney; 9. Ewell Gilliam; 10. Kevin Stutzman. 30 Plus C 1. Brian Bolus; 2. David Poling; 3. John Price; 4. Steve Brown; 5. John Lamadue; 6. Brian Gobrecht; 7. Glenn Smith; 8. Brandon Hayes; 9. Timothy Tyler; 10. Jason Foit. Women 1. Kelsey Green; 2. Katie Corron; 3. Taylor Stevey; 4. Amanda Poling; 5. Karington Hess; 6. Alyson Keilek. Four Stroke 1. Garret Toth; 2. Broc Schmelyun; 3. Daniel Rucker; 4. Cody Riden; 5. Luke Richards; 6. David Wingate; 7. Levi Leatherman; 8. Andrew Poling; 9. Trevor Monn; 10. Jordan Stambaugh. Unlimited 1. Adam Layman; 2. Todd Atland; 3. Nate Peck; 4. Matthew Kessler; 5. Kyle Kachmar; 6. Jacob Myers; 7. Charles Cross; 8. Bryan Kielek. Junior Mini (9-13) 1. Steven Sparks; 2. Bobby Kinsley; 3. Kyle King; 4. Kyle Davis; 5. Dillon Thomas; 6. Christian Pinto; 7. Storm Sheckells; 8. Jackson Ringrose; 9. Ryan Batman; 10. Stanley Bolen. Super Mini (12-15) 1. Stefano Saienni; 2. Tyler Newberry; 3. Tyler Conner; 4. Derek Miller; 5. Thomas Coluzzi; 6. Calvyn Beck; 7. Cody Lunceford; 8. Michael Reynolds; 9. Michael Jones.

40 Plus (Senior) A 1. Todd Harper; 2. Michael Crocker; 3. Kevin Mesiah; 4. Bert Schulteis; 5. Russell Seibold; 6. Jeffrey Russo; 7. Steven Stair; 8. Randolph Hayes; 9. John Richards. 40 Plus (Senior) B 1. Lou Giomboni; 2. Ewell Gilliam; 3. John Price; 4. Kerry Bollinger; 5. Drew Dreisbach; 6. Glenn Smith; 7. Craig Moore; 8. Stephen Burgard. 65cc 7-9 1. Tyler Kirschner; 2. Dalton Blettner; 3. Brandon Garlock; 4. Hunter Ringrose; 5. Jay Jajich; 6. Alexander Guerrierie; 7. Kameron Keck; 8. Austin Mcnamee; 9. Isiah Baker; 10. Mason Richards.

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Hour Meters Here’s a little item I’d like to bring to everyone’s attention. Al Carr from Reactive Suspension has touched on this in the past and I’d just like to reinforce how important this device can be. It’s a simple hour meter for keeping track of your engine’s running time. In today’s 4-stroke dominated world, this little gadget is

well worth its price tag (usually $40-50.00). It provides an accurate way of knowing the exact running time of your engine. It is very crucial to perform oil changes in the recommended time. If you don’t have one of these on your bike or quad you’re only guessing on the amount of time your motor is actually running. I get one with every new bike and install it before I ride. Installation is super easy. All you have to do is wrap a single wire around your spark plug wire and secure it with a small zip tie (provided with most meters). The actual meter is then attached anywhere you’d like. I like to “glue” mine to the frame with a good silicone based adhesive. I use “goop”, it’s worked very well. After applying the adhesive, use a piece of duct tape to hold it in place overnight. I leave the hour meter on the bike when it’s sold, so you don’t have to worry about removing it. Install the meter so you can read it easily. Some bikes allow the frame to be seen through the shrouds, while others are solid (see photos). Although some models include a tachometer, the hour function is used most. I like to keep a tablet to document oil changes, piston or ring replacement, and valve adjustments. I change the engine oil every 3-5 hours. I would not recommend going past 10 hours without changing oil. Today’s 4-stroke machines put an enormous amount of stress on the engine oil. They don’t have a large capacity and they produce an extreme amount of heat which breaks down the oil very easily. I’d recommend a semi synthetic for most models with manual clutches. A full synthetic oil is actually too slippery for a friction clutch. Of course, this does not apply to the Hondas that separate the engine oil from the transmission oil. Many riders don’t change their oil often enough. Sure, you could be looking at anywhere from $15 to $30 for oil and a filter, but when you grenade your thumper you’ll be wishing you would have spent that compared to the $1,500.00 you’ll now be spending on repairs. Most of the blown engines we repair come in with oil that’s way beyond it’s time. Any service shop will tell you, its pay me now or pay me later. And the later is always a whole lot more! Here’s a quick tip too. If you’re using any of the oxygenated fuels such as VP’s U4, don’t use those short vent hoses on your gas cap. Stick with the full length hose preferably without a one-way valve. These fuels have very heavy vapors. The short vent hoses don’t allow the vapors to escape freely enough. This could actually lead to vapor lock. And don’t store your oxygenated fuel in a plastic gas jug. The vapors breathe through the plastic just like they do in your bikes gas tank. This is why all graphics on fuel tanks are perforated, to allow the vapors to pass through. Otherwise the vapors get trapped behind the vinyl of your graphics and cause them to bubble. It’s also why some top riders like Ricky Carmichael use an aluminum gas tank.


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FT Of Mountain

RD #3 & #4 PA State Harescramble Series By Jim Bull 50 Stock 1. Daulton Fry. 65 7-9 1. Mason Evitts; 2. Jarrett Mohn; 3. Levi Struble. Mc-Vet A 1. Craig Shenigo; 2. Joseph Cichon; 3. Vance Draghi; 4. Thomas Moyer; 5. Dewitt Harrell; 6. Kevin Evitts; 7. Chris Laughman; 8. Jason Wills. Master 60 + 1. Burd Guers.

B & B Yamaha’s Craig Shenigo wins Vet A after a year and a half layoff. Wayne Sheppard (14) wins 201-Open B. Rounds # 3 and # 4 of the BP Promotions PA State Harescramble Series took place at the scenic Ft. of Mountain race course in Neelyton, PA. We attended Round # 3 and I don’t believe that you could have asked for a better day to hold a race. The sky was bright and the temps warm but bearable to go out and chase the close to 300 riders that showed up to run the Ft. course. Matter of fact there was over 120 adult quad racers and the divisions had to be split into two groups just to accommodate everyone that came to race. Cumberland Cycle Center and Roxys Kawasaki were your race sponsors. The Pee Wee bikes hit the track first followed by the Youth ATV’s. In ATV action Kenton Heinbaugh would get out to the early lead but mechanical problems put him to the back of the pack. This opened the door for Ethan Worden and Brandon Hess to battle for the balance of the race. At Round # 3 Worden would be the victor and the two would battle again at Round # 4 with the victory going to Hess this time. Next up were the youth motorcycles with last years 85 (12-15) PA State Champion Cody Mummert on hand to get some hot laps in on an off weekend from the GNCC Series. Mummert would cruise to the win followed by Evan Huston in the Supermini division. Zack Smith would get the win in 85cc (12-15) action with Taylor Pecika grabbing the win in the 100/150 Four Stroke class. In big bike racing action Jed Haines would get out in front and race to the win at Round # 3 with Jerod Stoner getting the win at Round # 4. Other winners included Thomas Cichon in Super Senior and Ross Graham in Open C. In afternoon ATV action Ted Barrick went home your winner at Round # 3 with Andy Lagzdins edging out Barrick at Round # 4. Ft. of Mountains next event comes in late August with a Saturday evening Chicken BBQ on the 25th followed by Round # 10 of the PA State Series sponsored by Grumbines RV on Sunday August 26th. Check out results here and view race images at www.mcracingaction.com.

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RD # 3 PA State HS Series Ft Of Mountain April 22, 2007 Youth 4-W 50 1. Ben Wilson; 2. Kara Clark; 3. Brandon Shughart.

Senior A 1. Michael Strause; 2. Thomas Maley; 3. Mike Ego.

85 7-11 1. Daniel Bromley; 2. Ethan Jaudas; 3. Dieter Willenbrock; 4. Chris Vanbuskirk; 5.Ryan Brinker.

85 12-15 1. Zackery Smith; 2. Joel Chapman; 3. Ryan Slane; 4. Aram Moffitt; 5. Geoffrey Gallagher; 6. Joseph Sichelshel; 7. Richard Vautard; 8. Damian Faust; 9. Shane Toomey. Super Mini 1. Cody Mummert; 2. Evan Houston; 3. Sallt Ferreira. 100-150 12-15 1. Taylor Pecika; 2. Jordan Barnett; 3. Tabatha Roser; 4. Ben Shughart; 5. Landon Wolfe; 6. Thomas Shughart; 7. Mitchell Powers; 8. Kyle Millego. 0-110 Air Cooled 1. Andrew Powers; 2. Max Tomazin; 3. Hunter Kann; 4. Eric Matthias; 5. Devrynn Clugston; 6. Tristin Sowers; 7.Taj Reachard; 8. Cody Gerhard; 9. Tucker Covalt; 10.Bragan Copp. 50 Oil 1. Justin Kipilla; 2. Austin Kirby.

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Youth 4-W 70 1. Hunter Grimes; 2. Andrew Williams; 3. Logan Weishaar.

201-Open B 1. Wayne Sheppard; 2. Luke Dantonio; 3. Dennis Haggerty; 4. Noah Antonia; 5. Cody Mulligan; 6. Mark Bower; 7. Christian Epting; 8. Teddy Lynch; 9.Mark Matthias; 10. Ron Heidel.

Youth 4-W 90 1. Ethan Worden; 2. Brandon Hess; 3. Ryan Brinker; 4. Andrew Thorson; 5. Brian Thorson; 6. Curt Goodman; 7. Kenton Heinbaugh; 8. Brock Jumper; 9. Taylor Young;10. Nathan Burkholder. 65 10-11 1. Henry Ferreira; 2. Evan Libensperger; 3.Walten Bond; 4. Alex Bonner.

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Brandon Hess and Ethan Worden battle in 90cc Quad action. Open A 1. Ted Barrick; 2. Chad Livingston; 3. Jesse Mekins; 4. Steven George; 5. John Stull 6. Scott Mcmaster; 7. Jason Randall; 8. Thomas Koontz; 9. Andrew Ace; 10. James Wahl.

Open A 1. Jedediag Haines; 2. Luke Bange; 3. Broc Zerbe; 4. Adam Albright; 5. Tyler Kline; 6. Dayton Coney; 7. Lanny Garland. 200 A 1. Timmy Hunter. Quads Vet 30 + 1. Michael Lukes; 2.Randy Brandt; 3. Kenneth Tincher; 4. Michael Young; 5. James Wilson; 6. George Albright; 7. Jason Hughes; 8.Michael Johnson; 9. Charles Godshall; 10. Kevin Crawn. Utility 1. Chad Kline; 2.George Richards; 3. Scott Riedel. Senior 1. John Cunningham; 2. Darin Jumper; 3. Scott Slough; 4. Jeff Kearney; 5. Randy Smith; 6. Gregory Burkholder; 7. Anthony Falkowski; 8. Ronald Reath; 9. Greg Salvage; 10. Lonnie Garland. 91-200 1. John Reed, Jr.; 2. Chad Weikel; 3. Travis Unbenhaver; 4. Joseph Bromley; 5. Derek Buckhard; 6. Thomas Kohler, Jr. 7. Doughlas Kehl; 8. Matthew Burkholder; 9. Adam Pittman.

Open B 1. Kyle Willis; 2. Michael Damario; 3. Shawn Collins; 4. Nicholas Regalia; 5. Eric Clymer; 6. Jesse Peters; 7. Anthony Voignt; 8. Robert Heckman; 9. Nick Eichelberger; 10. Kyle Barr. Open C Under 25 1. Justin Fery; 2. Cody Coleman; 3. Travis Jumper; 4. Dustin Worner; 5. Chad Briggs; 6. BJ Naugle; 7. Shane Parent; 8. Cody Poticher; 9. Justin Ritchie; 10. Seth Alberts. Open C Over 25 1. Bryan Axine; 2. Andy Wheeler; 3. Patrick Stull; 4. Jason Miller; 5. Sam Gay; 6. Keith Wolfinger; 7. John Sinclair; 8.Justin Brehm; 9. Jesse Reynolds; 10. Larry Langley.

RD # 4 PA State HS Series Ft Of Mountain May 6, 2007 50 Oil Inj 1. Justin Kipilla; 2. Bradley Shipton; 3. Austin Kirby. 50 Stock 1. Daulton Fry; 2. Cody Burke. 65 7-9 1. Wyatt Vugrinel; 2. Jarrett Mohn; 3. Wendy Jaudas. 65 10-11 1. Craig Delong; 2. Walter Bond; 3. Evan Leinbersperger; 4. Alex Bonner; 5. Henry Ferreira. 85 7-11 1. Ethan Judas; 2. Daniel Bromley; 3. Dieter Willerbrock; 4. Chris Vanbuskirk; 5. Cody Steel. 85 12-15 1. Joel Chapman; 2. Ryan Slane; 3. Joey Gay; 4. Joseph Sichelstiel; 5. Richard Voutard; 6. Zackery Smith. 0-110 Air Cooled 1. Daniel Bromley; 2. Andrew Powers; 3. Max Tomozin; 4. Eric Mathias; 5. Hunter Kann; 6. Cody Gearhard; 7. Tristin Sowers; 8. Devryn Clugston.

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86-200 A 1. Andrew DeLong; 2. Jason Sipe; 3. Timmy Hunter. 90-200/300 2& 4 Stroke 1. Christopher Kupervage; 2. Travis Umbenhaller; 3. Derek Burkhard; 4. Tom Kohler; 5. Joseph Bromley; 6. Adam Pittman; 7. Kayla Briggs; 8. Chad Weikel.

4-W 90 1. Brandon Hess; 2. Ethan Worden; 3. Ryan Brinker; 4. Curt Goodman; 5. Kattie Kearney; 6. Trevor Mcnutty; 7. Kenneth Zeigler; 8. Colby Chinchar; 9. Taylor Young; 10. Nicholas Rinker. Senior B Over 40 1. Steven Powers; 2. Thomas Simpson; 3. Victor Pugosky; 4. Dale Wakefield; 5. Chris Heilrock; 6. Richard Mathias; 7. George Will; 8. Nick Todak; 9. Mark Garrity; 10. Larry Arnold. 200-Open C 1. Brian Acri; 2. Darren Aldinger; 3. Ross Graham; 4. Andrew Gentzler; 5. Robert Hagen; 6. Dustin Morris; 7. Joseph Smith; 8. Michael Shenigo; 9. Aaron Bates; 10. Evan Houston.

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86-200 C 1. Ian Pannebakker; 2. Myles Miller; 3. Ryan Metzer; 4. Matt Landerer; 5. Adam Hursh; 6. Leehann Bange; 7. Richard Acri; 8. Raymond Mullen; 9. Michael Santoro; 10. Chris Siskaska. Open B 1. Wayne Sheppard; 2. Jesse Gill; 3. Sean Koeller; 4. Luke Aantonio; 5. Mark Matthias; 6. Noah Dantonio; 7. Dennis Haggery, Jr.; 8. Cody Mullegan; 9. Jarod Kulp; 10. Christian Epting. 86-200 B 1. Joshua Smith; 2. Shane Hufford; 3. Bobby Kershaw; 4. Dustin Moffitt; 5. Curvin Boehler; 6. Kevin Fisher; 7. Ian Quire; 8. Jacobus Ferreira. Vet B 1. Billy Shane; 2. Wesley Bower; 3. Steven Vanbuskirk. Super Senior 1. Thomas Cichon; 2. Jerry Lynn; 3. Chris Hunter; 4. Martin Nye. Master 1. Burd Guers. Senior A Over 40 1.Michael Strause; 2. Thomas Maley; 3. Bruce Snyder; 4. Eric Koeller; 5. Jeffrey Betton; 6. Mike Ego; 7. Skip Stoner.

Utility quads do battle at Ft. of Mountain.

201-Open A 1.Jerod Stoner; 2. Eric Rodgers; 3. Randall Riggs; 4. Tyler Mccreight; 5. Albert Demott; 6. Jedediah Haines; 7. Broc Zerbe; 8. Adam Albright; 9. Michael Saudas; 10. Luke Bange.

Vet A 30 Plus 1. Jason Willis; 2. Dewitt Harrell; 3. Joseph Cichon; 4. Vance Draghi; 5. Thomas Moyer; 6. John Lenick; 7. Bryan Moffitt; 8. Craig Shenigo.

4w Utility 1. Chad Kline; 2.George Richards. 4w Open C Under 25 Dustin Worner; 2. Seth Alberts; 3. Cody Coleman; 4. Chad Briggs; 5. Justin Richie; 6. Shane Parent; 7. Justin Perry; 8. Travis Jumper; 9. William Johnson; 10.Ashlynn Gee. 4w Open C Over 25 1.Jason Miller; 2. Sam Gay; 3. Andy Wheeler; 4. Justin Rozinak; 5. Bryan Axline; 6. Larry Langley; 7. Charles Smoot; 8. Jake Smoat; 9. Jesse Sinclair; 10. Chase Toscano. 4w Senior Plus 40 1. John Cunningham, Jr.; 2. Darrin Jumper; 3. Jeff Kearney; 4. Randy Smith; 5. Anthony Fialkowski; 6. Lonnie Garland, Sr.; 7. Kenneth Zeigler; 8.Scott Slough; 9. Ronald Reath. 4w Open A 1. Andres Lagzdins; 2. Ted Barrick; 3. Chad Livingston; 4. Karl Lehman; 5. Jesse Mekins; 6. Steven George; 7. Jason Randall; 8. Matthew Forrester; 9. Tim Wertman; 10. Lonnie Garland, Jr. 4w Vet B 1. Randy Brant; 2. George Albright; 3. Brian Rausch; 4. Kenneth Tincher; 5. Kevin Crawn; 6. Michael Young; 7. Quentin Brown. 4w Open B 1. Jesse Peters; 2. Eric Slymer; 3. James Kuperavage, Jr.; 4. Jason Ellis; 5. Michael Damario; 6. Bill Miles; 7. John Cotton; 8. Robert Heckman; 9. Kevin Beauchamp;10. Robert Dewitt.


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Pagoda Youth Harescramble & TT

Pagoda Motorcycle Club - April 21, 2007By Jace Wade son Bryan’s bike. I believe Lenny just wanted to show everyone that he still had it in him finishing 5th in front of the Pagoda club President Randy Kastle who finished 7th. Along with Jason Smith Sr., father of ‘B’ class racer Jason Smith, who raced to a second place finish behind Douglas Vanhorn in the C division. It was a fun event that Pagoda MC put on and as Lenny Fleischman told me they are hoping to do more harescrambles in the future. The TT flat track event was a great time with a good amount of contenders; the track was fun and even had a small table top on the course that seemed to be an odd obstacle in these races as a few riders seemed to have a hard time hitting the jump. Savion Terry on the number 120 KTM 50cc in 7-8 50cc took off on the start and kept on pulling away from the competition in his first heat and was consistent all night in his first ever flat track race winning the class. In the expert class 16 year old Shayna Texter on the number 25 Kawasaki gave the guys in the 251+ Open A class a run finishing tenth place and an even better second place finish in the 250 Sportsman A&B class close behind Jacob

When you think of Pagoda MC you think of a natural terrain motocross track with little more than 10 trees on site. A harescramble is the last type of race you would think Pagoda of having, but ten years ago it was a different story when they would have harescrambles on a regular basis. This past April 21st they brought back their harescrambles race for the first time in over a decade. The track consisted of a best time ten minute lap course that zigzagged its way up and down the sides of Pagoda’s natural hills, through the trees that outline the edge of Pagodas property and through the mini track. The rider turnout was a little smaller than expected due to a big harescramble point’s race scheduled elsewhere that drew away those who didn’t make it to Pagoda. The youth riders had a great time racing along with their parents who had big smiles on their faces. Some were watching their kid’s race for the first time and the tight course sure gave these kids a taste of what racing is like. After the youth harescramble there was a “fun run”, free for all adults that wanted to test their skills on Pagodas harescramble course. Lenny Fleischman, retired D6 racer and Pagoda club member and race announcer came out riding his

Shoemaker, number 5j on his Suzuki finishing first. The 4 Wheel Sportsman class also provided some good entertainment throughout the night as the three riders Arthur Matthews # 53,

Racers ready for the star t at Pagodas TT Scramble.

Pagoda Motorcycle Club TT scramble 04/21/2007 TT 50 stock 4-8 shaft drive 1. Zackery Kolsovsky; 2. Douglas Cook; 3. Don’t know Burdsell; 4. Kara Smith.

TT 251 Sportsman 14-up 1. Cory Texter; 2. Roy Miller; 3. Raun Wood; 4. Kevin Varnes; 5. Brian Phillips, Jr.; 6. Brandon Robinson; 7. Kenneth Godwin; 8. Richard Heverly; 9. Cory Strickler; 10. Michael Pope.

Racers line up for Pagodas first harescramble in 10 years.

TT 50 stock 4-8 chain drive 1. Chase Smith ; 2. Dilan Almony; 3. Colin Cunningham; 4. George Price; 5. Douglas Cook.

TT 30+ cash 1. Kenneth Yoder, Jr.; 2. Kenneth Godwin; 3. Roy Miller.

AHS Adult Fun Run C 1. Douglas Vanhorn; 2. Jason Smith; 3. Matthew Schwantz; 4. Dustin Morris; 5. Leonard Fleischman; 6. Michelle Kastle; 7. Randy Kastle; 8. Alan Kocotas; 9. Mitch Snyder; 10. Frank Sweigart.

TT 50 stock 7-8 19mm carb 1. Savion Terry; 2. Cameron Smith; 3. Kenneth Kolsovsky; 4. Devin Owens; 5. Colin Cunningham; 6. Chase Smith.

TT 40+ cash 1. Joseph Bromley; 2. Dale Wakefield; 3. Raymond Jenkins; 4. Lance Stauffer; 5. Raymond Stillwell; 6. Scott Danner.

TT 65 7-11 1. Ryan Taylor; 2. Colton Smith; 3. Ryan Varnes; 4. Tristan Avery; 5. Cameron Smith; 6. Dilan Almony; 7. Colin Cunningham; 8. Jarrett Mascornielz; 9. Devin Owens; 10. Shianne James; 11. George Price.

TT Womens 1. Megan James; 2. Shianne James; 3. Erin Kissinger.

Levi Struble races 65 (7-9) in harescramble racing action.

Pagoda Motorcycle Club Youth Harescramble 04/21/2007

YHS Super/BW 7-15 150 1. Ronald Baker; 2. Keith Kovac. AHS FUN RUN B 1. Justin Frederick; 2. Jacob Weeks; 3. Bryan Weimer; 4. Nicholas Weber. AHS FUN RUN A 1. Erik Schuster; 2. Dayton Coney; 3. David Flamm.

YHS 50 4-8 Oil 1. Savion Terry. YHS 50 4-8 Stock 1. Kinser Smith. YHS 65 7-9 1. Cole Gabel; 2. Jacob Bari; 3. Levi Struble; 4. Chase Walker. YHS 110 - Entry Level 1. James Sholly; 2. Austin Mortimer; 3. Devin Dierwechter; 4. John Ruckle; 5. Zachary Summins; 6. Kyle Robinson. YHS 65 101. Robert Monko; 2. Jacob Whiteman. YHS 85 7-11 1. Daniel Bromley; 2. Marcus Hardiman. YHS 85 12-15 1. Kevin Bari; 2. Brandon Ison; 3. Joseph Sweigart; 4. Richard Kastle; YHS 100-150 9-15; 1. Austin Mortimer.

Austin Willard # 74, and Vincent Snyder # 64, traded positions back and forth in their class with Arthur Matthews finishing first followed by Austin Willard and Vincent Snyder close behind.

Pagodas own Lenny Fleischman comes out for the afternoon fun run.

TT 66-85cc 7-11 1. Daniel Bromley; 2. Tristan Avery. TT 150cc air cool 4 str 9-15 1. Daniel Bromley; 2. Tyler Stacey; 3. Joseph Bromley. TT 250A 1. Cory Texter; 2. Michael Pope; 3. Toshee Ohmori; 4. Joseph Gathercole. TT 251 + Open A 1. Raun Wood; 2. Kevin Varnes; 3. Cory Texter; 4. Brandon Robinson; 5. Thomas Connell; 6. Brian Phillips, Jr.; 7. Benjamin Glisson; 8. Michael Pope; 9. Jonathan Jordan, II.; 10. Shayna Texter. TT 250 Sportsman A&B 1. Jacob Shoemaker; 2. Shayna Texter; 3. Tyler Kidwell; 4. Sam Wiggins; 5. Jesse Long; 6. Haden Avery; 7. Brad Phillips; 8. Kevin Clark; 9. Toshee Ohmori; 10. Donald Mullen.

Dale Wakefield Sr. continues to put the Husqvarna on the podium.


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2007 Events Calendar

June 02

Supercross Sponsored by Sleepy Hollow MX Park Arthur Matthews wins both TT quad divisions. TT 125 1. Justin Owens; 2. Ryan Connelly; 3. Seth Valentin; 4. Tyler Phillips; 5. Erin Kissinger; 6. Jimmy Carr; 7. Joseph Bromley; 8. Tyler Stacey; 9. Jonathan Jordan, II. TT 250B 1. Jacob Shoemaker; 2. John Long; 3. Tyler Kidwell; 4. Sam Wiggins; 5. Jesse Long; 6. Haden Avery; 7. Brad Phillips; 8. Dalton Winkler; 9. Ryan Connelly; 10. Jimmy Carr. TT 251 open B 1. Jacob Shoemaker; 2. John Long; 3. Jordan Harris; 4. Charles Lengle; 5. Beau Woodrick; 6. Brad Phillips; 7. Travis Diem; 8. Dalton Winkler; 9. Matthew Young; 10. Gary Jenkins.

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Motocross Co Sponsored: Blackman’s & Montgomeryville Cycle Center

September 22 - Pit Bike race Co Sponsored: Blackman’s Cycle Center & Motographx September 23 - Motocross & 8th Annual Peiffer Memorial and Mini Track Appreciation Day D6 Points - Co Sponsored: Blackman’s Cycle Center & Motographx

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October 13 - Night Supercross Co Sponsored: Blackman’s Cycle Center & Montgomeryville Cycle Center

July 29 - Poker Run Sign Up 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

October 21 - Turkey Poker Run Sign Up 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

August 12 - Carnival Poker Run Sign Up 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

November 11 - Junk Car Race, Rain Or Shine

Raun Wood wins the 251 - Open A main.

TT Adult Knobby 1. Lee Chavous; 2. Billy Stillwell; 3. Matthew Schwantz; 4. Dustin Morris; 5. Mitch Snyder; 6. Benjamin Glisson; 7. Matthew Heacock; 8. Joseph Teller; 9. Vincent Snyder; 10. Nicholas Weber.

TT 4 wheel 200cc 1. Arthur Matthews; 2. Vincent Snyder; 3. Austin Willard.

TT 4 wheel sportsman 1. Arthur Matthews; 2. Austin Willard; 3. Vincent Snyder.

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PIT YOUTH 50 STOCK 1. Rowland Papp; 2. Robert Monko; 3. Andrew Warner; 4. Addison Emmory, IV. PIT YOUTH 50 OPEN 1. Rowland Papp; 2. Jesse Rhinesmith. PIT YOUTH MID STOCK 1. Luke Palonicola; 2. Richard Kastle; 3. Jay Jajich; 4. James Munch; 5. Justin Campbell; 6. Taylor Stevey. PIT YOUTH MID MOD 1. Nicholas Mcphee; 2. Rowland Papp; 3. Max Stevey; 4. Brennen Weindel; 5. Luke Palonicola; 6. James Munch; 7. Joey Peters. PIT YOUTH OPEN 1. Trevin Koller; 2. Nicholas Mcphee. PIT WOMEN OPEN 1. Michelle Kastle. PIT ADULT 50 STOCK 1. Sean Gaughan; 2. Jashua Sheffer; 3. Robert Amey; 4. Benjamin Glisson.

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PIT ADULT MID STOCK 1. Allan Duigon; 2. Jason Levan; 3. Jason Wade. PIT ADULT MID MOD 1. Ronnie Stewart; 2. Nick Johnson; 3. Shelby Reitz; 4. Nathan Reitz; 5. Austin Edwards; 6. Todd Weindel; 7. Jonathan Ried; 8. David Snavely; 9. Jeffrey Webb; 10. Chris Worrell. PIT 150 OPEN 1. David Farmer; 2. Lars Tribus; 3. Nils Tribus; 4. Richard Crouse; 5. Scott Kalnas; 6. Michael Billy; 7. Derrick Binganan; 8. Joey Peters. PIT 30+ 1. Richard Crouse; 2. Jeffrey Webb; 3. Michael Billy; 4. Derrick Binganan; 5. Thomas Moyer; 6. Timothey Moyer. PIT YOUTH 50 MOD 1. Tyler Tillman; 2. Matthew Mangine; 3. Jared Wobensmith; 4. Bradley Williams.

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Suzuki Regional ATV Championship Series 2007 RD #1 Pleasure Valley Raceway - April 22,By Shane Hartman

Round one of the newly formed Suzuki Regional ATV Championship Series presented by Fly Racing was held at the Pleasure Valley Race Track located in Armagh, PA. With the weather bursting in the 80’s, nearly 200 ATV racers traveled from six different states. For many D6 and D5 riders, this would be the first weekend of fair weather at the race track. This weekend would prove to be a true testament to the growth of ATV racing and their capabilities with the top runners in the Pro-Am classes throwing down some of the fastest lap times the track has ever endured. Winter preparation is becoming a must on the national level and those who came prepared this weekend would reign superior. While the track consisted mostly of table tops, the multiple whoop sections and whooped out straight-aways would unleash fury on

wrapping up third place, regardless of his mechanical issues as his head pipe would work itself loose by the second lap. After two motos and a LCQ, the gate was narrowed down to the 20 fastest Pro-Am riders. With spectators filling the infield, the 20 riders charged towards the first turn. John Natalie would once again claim the holeshot with Shane Hitt and Trent Kandel knocking on his back door. Natalie and Kandel would hold a steady pace out front and would remain unchallenged. Randy Lehr would once again get a good holeshot and slip into a third place position when Shane Hitt would pull off the track with mechanical issues. Easy math put Natalie on top with the overall win. Lehr’s consistency slipped him up into the second place overall with Justin Bres making a hard charge in the second moto to secure the third overall position. Kyle Dammann would hold off Paul Gregg in the final heat to finish fourth while Gregg would round out the top five.

Unlimed A class saw a handful of D6 riders hovering in the top ten in both motos. Unfortunately, Tommy Fink would go down hard in the first moto on the uphill triple. Fink would be able to recover and put together an 8th place run in the second moto. Kale Witmers 9-10 moto Ironman John Natalie takes the Pro Am finishes marked him up win at Round # 1. an 8th overall. Randy Lehr put an impressive unprepared riders. On the other hand, even riders into the 90 mod class were able to conquer nearly second place run in the second moto, but his DNF in the first moto pulled him back into the 9th place every jump on the track. The Pro-Am class was one of the largest classes overall placement. Josh Walton made the switch of the weekend with 24 riders, causing qualifiers to a Honda this year and ran two solid motos to be run. In the first moto, it was, Factory Honda, finishing just outside of the top ten. John Natalie snagging the holeshot. Hetrick The Unlimted B class witnessed D6 racer, Drew Racing’s Trent Kandel was hot on the heels as Gilbert snagging the holeshot and opening up a they snaked their way through the first few sizable lead to take a moto one win. In the second corners. A scary get off through the whoops for group, it was Matt Shapaka aboard his #22 Kandel would open the door for Justin Bres to machine taking the win. In the final, it was, Ohio take command of second. Applying pressure to native, Matt Shapaka taking another holeshot. Bres was D6 riders, Randy Lehr aboard his YFZ. Gilbert would come out with a mid-pack start and Shane Hitt, a well recognized ATV Pro rider, begin picking riders off to finish 7th and take the suffered problems off the gate, but would charge 4th overall position. Shapaka would remain uncontested and take the overall win with Samuel his way into a qualifying position. Claiming the holeshot in the second moto would Henderson and Gregory Loucks rounding out the be Cernic’s Suzuki rider, Kyle Dammann. While his top three. A battle would be fought for the overall fast pace would allow him to pull away from the in the Unlimted C class. Shane Hull would go toe pack, it was not enough to hold Paul Gregg who to toe with Adam Blackburn in the final. Hull would would go onto take the win in moto two. Dammann edge out Blackburn on his stock Suzuki and take would hold onto second place with JR Hinds the overall win. While Blackburn would claim

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Riders from 6 states came to compete in the PA MX series. second, it was Honda mounted Jamen Davidovich taking the third and final podium position. The Women’s class would prove to be nothing short of the top classes as hard battles would ensue throughout the race. Michelle Suciu would put up two moto wins to take the overall while Kelly Winters would claim second after an impressive run for second place in the final moto. Kristy Laurine took home third place followed by Michelle Natalie. Myka Carpenter put her Yamaha to the test as she jumped her way into the top five After a great weekend of racing, the Suzuki ATV Championship series will continue to build excitement as the points start collecting and championships are on the line.

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The state of New Jersey has a rich history in motocross racing. From the early days of Micky Kessler to today’s stars like Jason Lawrence and Barry Carsten, New Jersey riders have always had that something special. My new website www.njmotocross.com was designed to explore that history and the riders who made it. Below is the next in a series of interviews with some of New Jersey’s most well known racers. This month’s NJ Motocross.com New Jersey Rider Spotlight is:

Jerry Seip You are a long time competitor at Raceway Park. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I live in East Windsor, NJ with my beautiful wife and 4 year old daughter, Ruth and Jamie. What do you do for a living? I just recently started working at Cooper’s Honda in Hamilton, NJ.

Phill Burton.

D6 Champion, spectator class…The Ultimate Fan By GP Years after years, season after season, you get familiar with the people from our local motocross community. The light node from the head you get from the regular people you run into the first few times quick become a handshake and a friendly bench racing conversation. Then most of those peoples feel like old friends from your “motocross parallel life”. Phill Burton, from Mecanicsburg, PA, is one of those cool guys. We’ve meet threw a common friend and I’d run into him at the races all the time, but didn’t know much about him. Quiet and soft-spoken, he always carries a camping chair and a cooler with him. Most of the time, he show up at the races by himself and unlike most of the people there, he doesn’t wrench for anybody, doesn’t have family member or friend that raced. So why does he goes to so many local races, for the last 30 years? TO WATCH! Let me tell you, this is one passionate D6 fan… Hi Phill, I know you for a bunch of years know, and I never realize that you come to the races “just” to watch. Did you ever raced? Yea, I’ve raced MX from 75 to 78 when I broke my leg. So you still going to the races to watch?! Yea, it’s great entertainment, cool peoples. To me it’s the best form of racing there is. I go almost every Sunday. Its so much better that any race on TV. Nobody [in the local community] realize what they’re missing by not going to the local races. You’ll see plenty of spectators at the local truck pull, monster truck show or demolition derby, but nobody knows about the D6 racing series. How far do you travel? I go up to Hurricane hills and down to Tomahawk. I try to go to a few nationals every year but you’re not as close to the action, to many peoples, you can’t really hang out in the pits.. My favorite types

of events are any Lorreta Lynn qualifier. Always good racing and low key enough to have a good time. So let me ask you, from the top of 30 years of spectator experience in D6: Biggest changes in MX? -Number of classes, sized of the jumps and younger kids racing. Your favorite track? -Doublin Gap because you can see everything and the track is design for good racing action. Less favorite track? -Dutchman, not good for spectator. Need to see the new track layout, I heard it’s good. Favorite rider? -Any rider that’s competitive, push hard and give 100% on the track Do you see an upcoming National Star in D6? -Definitely Garret Toth. Great young rider. He’s going to make it for sure. Best moto you ever watch? -05’ LL qualifier at Binghampton, 250A class. Jason Lawrence couldn’t get his bike started or stall on the gate, some thing like that... Anyway the starter wouldn’t wait for him and drop the gate! Lawrence got going 30 seconds behind the pack only to pass everybody back and take the win! Every lap he rode by the start, he look down at the gate men and flip him the bird! Cool story! Are you going to the MXDN? Yea, I need to get my ticket, it’s going to be great. Well phill, thanks for your time and I hope you are going to inspire the D6 Tracks to promote their races to the general public to attract some real spectator like you so they won’t have to charge a spectator fee to the racers. See you at the next race!

How long have you been racing? I started racing in 1981 at New Egypt. This is my 27th year. What got you started in racing motocross? Some of my friends raced (Terry Tucker) and told m e to give it a try. Back in the day you used to travel all over the area racing every weekend. Do you still do that or is it mostly local races now? I still try to race every weekend, mainly just the bigger events. I love the workout and the competition. Since it is such a large part of your life. What does your family think of racing? Ruth and Jamie really enjoy it. The rest of my family never really got involved. We have known each other for a long time. One of the things that I always remember about you is how organized and factory your set up has always been. Has your organization been a key to your success? It helps. I race three classes and I usually come to the races by myself. As a veteran racer do you have to train harder than the young up and coming kids? Yeah, which is one of the things that motivates me most. Many guys you raced against have since retired. Who was you biggest rival? How about now? Micky Kessler and I had some great races when he rode the Vet classes. There are so many different riders from different tracks and different classes. What is your best racing memory? Winning a National 500 Qualifier and finishing 17th at Binghamton, NY Winning the 1st Bruce Zimmemann Memorial Race at Englishtown. How about your worst? 1996 was a bad year January – “Orlando SX” I crashed in practice, in my heat and in my LCQ. March “Englishtown” I crashed during a moto and broke some bones. September I crashed during practice breaking more bones. Who are your sponsors this season? Cooper’s Honda, Kessler Pro Suspension, MSR, Scott, Boyesen, One, Regina, Belray, Twin Air & Motographx Correction: Last months NJ Rider spotlight was on Joel Dengler, not “Denlinger” as printed in the issue. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

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July 15, Sunday 22nd Annual Suzuki sponsored N. J. State Motocross Championships, District 6 Yearly Points Series, D-6 Bucks & Double D-6 Points Awarded, Ultimate Motocross Championship Series. Suzuki & Kawasaki contingency paid out in most classes. All 2-Wheel Classes Run.

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7 RD #3 D6 Quad Championship Series - May 5, 200 By MPPics

Travis Wotring dominates 50cc stock racing action. The 2007 racing season is now well underway and Round 3 of the District 6 Quad MX Series was held at Atco Motocross Park on the first weekend of May. Clear and sunny skies were

present for most of the day and finally an event would occur at Atco this season were the weather was not an issue. Like many of the two-wheeled riders who raced at Atco for the first time this year at the District 6 race a few weeks earlier, many of the quad racers rode the new layout at Atco for the first time during pre-race practice on race day. First up on the gate was the Quad Veteran 25 Plus class. Honda rider Michael Munn was the first to arrive at turn one, but he spun out at the apex of turn one and most of the riders maneuvered around him before he got going again. Honda riders Chris Butter and Michael Victor came out of the first turn in first and second, respectively. At the end of the first lap Butter and Victor held onto their positions, but Munn was charging towards the front and was now in fifth place. After the second lap was completed Munn had passed two more riders and was now in third place. Munn’s charge to the front ended there as Butter earned the win, crossing the finish line ahead of Victor and Munn. The three would battle it out again in the second moto with Butter racing to the checkered flag first to earn the overall win, while Munn and Victor swapped positions to finish the race, and the overall, in second and third place, respectively. In the Quad 71-125cc, Production (8-15) class, ETON riders Trevor Davis and Tyler Turner

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Chris Butter takes the overall in 25+ racing action. competed for the overall win. Davis finished 1-1 to earn the overall win, while Turner finished 2-3 to claim second place overall. Other impressive performances included Zionsville, PA native Travis Wotring dominating the Quad 50cc Stock (4-8) class with a 1-1 finish, and Cody Kubinak and Lillo Paxia battling it out in both motos to finish first and second, respectively, in the Quad 51-70cc Production (611) class. For complete photo coverage of Round 3 of the 2007 District 6 Quad MX Series at Atco visit www.mppics.com. Racing returns to Atco Motocross Park several times throughout the year so make sure you visit www.atcomxracing. com for a complete schedule.

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Shippensburg MC

Short Track - May 6, 2007

30 + 1st (57A) Ken Yoder; 2nd (56A) Roy Miller

stayed nose to tail, with Varnes almost taking second at the line.

Smith (Con); 3. Allen Fogle (Cob); 4. Georgie Price (KTM); 5. Devin Owens (KTM)

40 +: 1. Vern Caldwell (Hon); 2. Mike Mester (Rot); 3. Jim Chapman (Rot); 4. Mike Keane (Rot); 5. Bill Boram (Hon); 6. Dave Smith (Kaw); 7. Tom Schenk (ATK) 50 Chain Drive: 1. Dylan Almony (Cob); 2. Chase Smith (Cob); 3. Brandon Price (Cob)

Womens: 1. Rebecca Zafia (Yam); 2. Erin Kissinger (Kaw); 3. Kristina Mester (Hon)

250 B: 1. Sam Wiggins (Hon); 2. Haden Avery (Hon); 3. Jesse Long (Hon); 4. Jacob Shoemaker (Suz); 5. John Long (Hon); 6. Derek Hersh (Kaw); 7. Dalton Winkler (Hon); 8. Ryan Connelly (Kaw); 9. Erin Kissinger (Kaw) 50 Shaft Drive: 1. Zach Kolsovsky (Yam); 2. Doug Cook (Yam) 125: 1. Ryan Connelly (KTM); 2. Erin Kissinger (Kaw); 3. Nicole Mester (Hon)

Lancaster Harley Davidson/Arai/ Saddleman Cory Texter took two of his three Expert finals as Shippensburg Speedway got its 07 season underway a month late. Texter took the Open A and 750 finals, and finished a close second to Jason Isennock in the Open Sportsman final. The large entry list was divided into four heats and two semis for the twelve finalists. On a bright sunny day as today, this quarter mile oval is rather difficult to pass on. Texter grabbed the lead from veteran Ken Yoder, Chris Klinefelter and Isennock. Texter kept Yoder a few lengths back while Isennock caught and passed Klinefelter entering turn three on the ninth lap. After losing the 750 heat to a quicker starting R. J. Hart, Texter grabbed the final lead with Hart right behind. Jim Chapman, Mike Keane and Joe Reynolds stayed several lengths behind. Hart stayed close to the flag, but couldn’t make a pass. Isennock grabbed the Sportsman final lead from Texter with Klinefelter third. Isennock and Texter left Klinefelter a lonely third, while Roy Miller held down fourth. Brandon Robinson got by Miller for fourth with four laps left. Behind Miller, things were happening. Shayna Texter followed fellow semi qualifier, Kevin Varnes through the pack, slipping into fifth off four as they took the white flag. A few of the finals did have some movement at the front. In the 30 +, Miller took the lead over Yoder,

Rick Reynolds and Jim Haas. With Miller poleputtin’, Yoder used the outside line to get by him in the third turn on lap three. Once in front, Yoder put a few lengths on his buddy. The 250 Sportsman was started this year to give the hotshot B riders a shot at a few A 250 riders. Evan Baer grabbed the lead from Robinson, Jacob Shoemaker, Shayna Texter and Jesse Long. Robinson took first entering three on lap three and gradually put a few lengths on the others. The next three swapped places several times over the remainder of the race, with Shoemaker getting forced to the outside with a lap to go, but used that to his advantage to take second from the outside off the final turn. John Long pulled out to a several length margin over Jordan Harris, Chip Lengle, Shoemaker and Dalton Winkler in the Open B final, only to have it wiped out by two back markers crashing on the third lap. On the seventh lap, Harris took the lead into one, with Shoemaker taking second on the following lap. Haden Avery led Sam Wiggins, Jesse Long, Shoemaker and John Long jumped to the front of the 250 B final. Wiggins used the outside line to take the lead in turns three and four on lap four. Wiggins stayed a few lengths ahead, while the next three stayed close for second. The 65s saw Colton Smith take the lead from Dustin Healey, Tristan Avery and Ryan Varnes. Varnes took third on lap four, with Healey taking the lead into three on lap five. The front three

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65: 1. Dustin Healey (KM); 2. Colton Smith (Kaw); 3. Ryan Varnes (Suz); 4. Tristan Avery (Suz); 5. Dylan Almony (Suz); 6. Ryan Taylor (Suz); 7. Devin Owens (KTM); 8. Jacob Miller (Kaw); 9. Jarrett Masornick (KTM)

750: 1. Cory Texter (H-D); 2. R. J. Hart (Yam); 3. Jim Chapman (Tri); 4. Mike Keane (Yam); 5. Joe Reynolds (Yam); 6. Neil Dancho (Yam) 500 2 Valve: 1. Jim Haas (Yam); 2. Joey Parks (Yam); 3. Bill Boram (Yam); 4. Neil Dancho (Yam) 30 +: 1. Ken Yoder (Suz); 2. Roy Miller (Suz); 3. Rick Reynolds (Yam); 4. Jim Haas (Yam); 5. Vince Bower (Rot) 250 Sportsman: 1. Brandon Robinson (Hon); 2. Jacob Shoemaker (Suz); 3. Evan Baer (Yam); 4. Shayna Texter (Kaw); 5. Sam Wiggins (Hon); 6. Jesse Long (Hon); 7. Cody Gillen (Yam); 8. Derek Hersh (Kaw); 9. Haden Avery (Hon) Sportsman: 1. Jason Isennock (Rot); 2. Cory Texter (Hon); 3. Chris Klinefelter (Hon); 4. Brandon Robinson (Hon); 5. Shayna Texter (Kaw); 6. Kevin Varnes (Rot); 7. Brian Phillips (Rot); 8. Cory Strickler (Yam); 9. Roy Miller (Suz); 10. Evan Baer (Kaw)

Open A: 1. Cory Texter (Hon); 2. Ken Yoder (Suz); 3. Jason Isennock (Rot); 4. Chris Klinefelter (Hon); 5. Brandon Robinson

Open B winner (22) Jordan Harris (Hon); 6. Cory Strickler (Yam); 7. Joey Parks (Hon); 8. Rob Cazillo (Rot); 9. Nick Henderson (Hon); 10. Evan Baer (Rot) 50 Junior (4-6): 1. Brandon Price (Cob); 2. Chase Smith (Cob) Open B: 1. Jordan Harris (Yam); 2. Jacob Shoemaker (Suz); 3. John Long (Suz); 4. Chip Lengle (Yam); 5. Dalton Winkler (Yam); 6. Kris Weiss (Rot); 7. Travis Diem (Suz); 8. Ben Bosley (Kaw); 9. Jim Yuhas (Hon) 85 (7-11): 1. Jeremiah Snow (Suz); 2. Tristan Avery (Hon); 3. Colton Smith (Kaw); 4. Dylan Almony (Hon) 85 (12-15): 1. Greg Betts (Yam) 150 Air Cooled: 1. Rebecca Zafia (Yam)

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Getting Sideways with Cory Texter

Hey Everyone, Hope everyone had a good May. The weather is great and the racing is even better. Our professional season has been on hold for a couple weeks but not for long as we start into the heart of the season with our next race in Springfield, Illinois on May 26. The AMA Singles Series races the famous Springfield TT and then the next day the AMA Twins Series races on the famous Springfield Mile. Since this is only my first year expert, I will only be tackling the TT this year because I have not obtained all of my GNC Twins points as of now to run the mile. I am prepared more then ever and I am really looking forward to going to Springfield to get my professional career started and to run up front with these guys. Although we haven’t had any pro races, that doesn’t mean that we haven’t been keeping ourselves busy. We have had a couple local races every weekend testing our new bikes and supporting all the district six tracks that got us all too where we are. Our local races are usually pretty stacked with national caliber riders and it’s always good to stay fresh. When I am not racing on the weekends, I am working hard over at my practice track on the weekdays. I have been trying to get my fitness level to where it needs to be to run 25 hard laps at a national. I will usually do 3 hard 10 lap “heat races” and then a 25 lap “final”. I have been doing this for a good bit now to make sure I’m ready to run hard with these guys. Besides that, I have just been spending my time at the gym and spending time with my sister Shayna. Before we head to Springfield, we are traveling to Guthrie, OK for a big stock frame race they are having. Stock frames or “DTX” style frames in dirt track are your typical motocross style frames but lowered and with different wheels and all of the works added to them to have them set up for dirt track. Sometimes you might hear someone say a “framer”. Framers are custom made frames designed specifically for dirt track. A lot of dirt tracks favor the “framers” because of the way they are designed and work at each specific track. Although there are some tracks that favor the “stock frame”, so it’s good to have both types of bikes in your truck. I like both types of bikes depending on

the track, so it doesn’t matter to me. It will be good to race at this event as most of my top competitors will be there so it will be a good little warm-up to see what I have to work on next week before we leave for Springfield. In other big news, my first Junior 750 national will now be June 23rd in Joliet, Illinois. It could change again, but as of right now that looks to be my first big race on the XR 750. I will be mentored this season by Chris Carr, and Kenny Tolbert will be building my motors and wrenching for me this season. It is a huge honor for me and I am more then excited to get the season underway. I really want to thank Chris and Kenny for giving me this opportunity. I will continue to work hard and even harder to achieve my goals. The AMA has been working really hard on this new class and I think it’s a great idea to give new riders on the twins some extra seat time on these national caliber tracks before stepping into the deep end of the GNC Twins class. On a personal note a young racer from Owensboro, Kentucky named Ethan Gilliam was killed in a motorcycle accident May 5 in Paducah, Kentucky. He was 10 years old and a very fast and awesome kid. I met Ethan a couple times at the Amateur Nationals and he was always smiling and ALWAYS on the gas! Ethan is a cousin of the 2006 MotoGP Champion Nicky Hayden and also AMA Superbike riders Tommy and Roger Lee Hayden. He will be greatly missed and I’m sure he is up in the heavens racing around, feet on the pegs and sideways! God Speed Ethan #95! Until the next issue, ride smart and see ya at the track! Cory Texter #65a Sponsors: Lancaster Harley-Davidson, Bromley’s Motorcycle Sales, Arai, Saddlemen, Ogio, Cytosport, G2 Ergonomics, B&B Travel Control, Precision Motorcycle Products, Motion Pro, Pro Clean 1000, Kicker, Spa and Pool Place, Hot Shoe’s By George, Utopia Optics, SixSixOne, EBC Brakes, Don’s Kawasaki, Cometic Gaskets, Motorcycle Racing Action

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Weather or not? The torrential rains that canceled almost every race in District 6 on April 15th reminded me of an event I raced years ago. This was not your typical Hare Scramble at the Flying Dutchman. We were caught in the outskirts of a hurricane that crept into the Northeast states. It rained so hard and so long that I swear that some folks probably contemplated building another ark. But the race still went on. The parking area was saturated. The EZ-Up’s offered little protection to the wind swept rain and most weren’t even staked; making for some of the most expensive kites I have ever seen. Use of inside facilities was limited in attempt to keep the outside weather where it belonged - outside. I changed into my riding gear while remaining inside my small GMC pickup truck, by twisting and bending in ways that would make Houdini proud. I remained in the truck until the last possible minute before lineup, to keep dry as long as possible. After 10 minutes of waiting at the start, the flaggers and scorers all marched out of the club house in hooded ponchos while keeping their heads down to avoid the rain. It looked as if they were on there way to some initiation to a secret society. In that short time, the rain was so relentless that it had already soaked through my jacket and killed any hope I had of keeping anything dry. I thought to myself “It was going to be a very long ride”. At the line, we were told that the 2 hour race was being cut down to an hour and a half, for obvious reasons. I figured, hey, if I lose the fight to stay dry within 10 minutes, 30 minutes less of racing was already a huge win. As the race went on, it didn’t take long before everyone looked the same. We were all wearing brown gear and were racing a brown bike. The dense clay soil on the track kept the rain from draining; making us all amateur meteorologists’, as we were able to gauge exactly how much rain fell per hour. Navigation through a course that you could not see was extremely difficult. There was no way to read lines and ruts that were submersed under several inches of brown water. I ended up falling victim to this situation in a bad way. I came around a corner, straightened out, and gave it some gas right into a nasty underwater cross rut predicament. The front end broke loose and continued on its exit path toward the side of the track. In a desperate attempt not to go swimming, I saw a split second opportunity to jump off cleanly, and I took it. As the bike went down I leaped and ran forward. On any other day, this would have been a great save that would have worked. However, I misjudged three things; my momentum, my water filled boots and the physics of running in six inches of water combined with the previous two conditions. So there I was running faster than my legs could keep up and after about 4 giant heavy strides, I went face down into the deep murky slop, with my arms stretched out as if I were sliding into home plate. What made it worse was the fact that there were spectators right there taking video and pictures; it turned out to be a prime spot for entertainment! As it turned out, I did finish the race, but was then faced with the next challenge. I now had to figure

out what to do with myself; soaked and muddy. There was not one thread of clothing on me that was not mud soaked. My hair was muddy, my feet were muddy. Even my teeth were muddy.

N o w the trick was to figure out how to clean up and load up without painting the inside of my truck with mud. With only two towels, some plastic garbage bags, and a spare pair of shorts to work with, all those years of watching MacGyver would finally pay off. I took the plastic bag and placed it on my seat so I can change into the spare shorts without actually sitting in the truck yet. I did not put on pants, shirt or socks just yet, only the shorts and sneakers. Needless to say, it was a bit chilly dressed like that, but I wanted to use the weather to my advantage and let the rain shower most of the mud off of me as I loaded everything else up. Once that was done, I dried myself off as best as I could, put on the warm clothes and threw all of the muddy gear into the plastic bag to deal with later. It was still a damp ride home, but at least it wasn’t a damp and muddy ride. Later in the week I pulled the bike apart to clean and grease everything. The neck, the swing arm, the wheel bearings, the linkage, the carburetor, the air filter and anything else that offered a place for mud to hide. Not my favorite thing to do, but especially after an event like that, it had to be done. So this brings me to this month’s topic. Give me some feedback on anything you do to manage extreme wet and muddy conditions. What do you do to prepare yourself and/or the bike before the race? What about for cleanup afterward? Share some tips that work for you or tell me what tips you have tried that never lived up to their promise. If you would like to respond to these questions, share a story of your own, or simply want to add a comment, here’s what you do: 1. Send an email to dirt-talk@hotmail.com 2. Put the title of the article in the subject line. 3. Indicate if you want your name (class and riding number if desired) credited or if you want to remain anonymous, that’s cool too. 4. Don’t wait. If you’d like your comment included in my next article send me something right quick. Until next time, ride safe and have fun. Bryan Bitzer #41 Sponsored by: O’Neal Racing - www.oneal.com East Coast Powersports - www.eastcoastksp.com


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ni ranks dominates the mi ni. ) 75 (1 bb We er Junior Mi NC rider Coop ), 85 (7-11) and 11 0(1 65 g in nn wi 50 cc (7-8) 1. Cameron Dowell; 2. Austin Simmons; 3. Shane Desell; 4. Luke Russell; 5. Nicholas Cabada; 6. Justin Rodbell; 7. Cody Akers; 8. Jordan Desombre; 9. Jesse Snyder; 10. Jeremy Fowler. 50 cc (4-6) 1. Jarrett Frye; 2. Cole Aiosa; 3. Jacob Russell; 4. Jack Rogers; 5. Ethan Henry; 6. Luke Patterson; 7. Davin Cote; 8. Caleb Hare. 50cc (4-8) oil injected 1. Cameron Warfield; 2. Justin Rodbell; 3. Jack Rogers; 4. Jacob Russell; 5. Hunter Jackson; 6. Caleb Hare; 7. Brian Majka, Jr.; 8. Dustin Radford; 9. Nathan Murphy; 10. Jasmine Facey. Super Mini 12-15 1. Tony Archer; 2. Joshua Corbin; 3. Aaron Houser; 4. Cody Burgoyne; 5. Kyle Davis; 6. Michael Reynolds, Jr.; 7. Ryan Ivey; 8. Joey Alexander; 9. Matthew Langrehr; 10. Nick Cross. 65cc (10-11) 1. Cooper Webb; 2. Hayden Cabada; 3. Colin Richards; 4. Blair Haller; 5. Nicholas Mair; 6. Chase Aiosa; 7. T.J. Patterson; 8. Ryan Dragunas; 9. Sean Demoreland. 65cc (7-9) 1. Tyler Kirschner; 2. Cameron Dowell; 3. Brandon Garlock; 4. Reggie Powell, Jr.; 5. Makiyah Gorman; 6. Ian Sorter; 7. Paul Pinto; 8. Christopher Hare; 9. Robby Smith; 10. Jonathan Barber. Junior Mini (7-11) 1. Cooper Webb; 2. Christian Pinto; 3. Gregory Hoffman; 4. Dale Lenz, II.; 5. Tyler Kirschner; 6. Reggie Powell, Jr.; 7. Paul Pinto; 8. Hayden Cabada; 9. Makiyah Gorman; 10. Colin Richards. 85CC (14-15) 1. Tony Archer; 2. Ryan Ivey; 3. Nicholas Kromer; 4. Kyle Umling; 5. Jeffrey Facey; 6. Devon Piaquadio; 7. Sara Sexton.

85CC (12-13) 1. Joshua Corbin; 2. Cody Burgoyne; 3. Michael Reynolds, Jr.; 4. Kyle Davis; 5. Matthew Langrehr; 6. Nicholas Mayberry; 7. Cole Robbins; 8. Joey Albright; 9. Nick Cross; 10. Ian Facey, Jr.

85CC (7-11) 1. Cooper Webb; 2. Hayden Cabada; 3. Christian Pinto; 4. Gregory Hoffman; 5. Dale Lenz, II.; 6. Colin Richards; 7. Brandon Garlock; 8. Christopher Hare; 9. Kacey Curtis; 10. Makiyah Gorman. 125A 1. Phillip Nicoletti; 2. Stephen Stella; 3. William Duffy, Jr.; 4. Chad Wages; 5. Zachary Miller; 6. Steve Roman, Jr.; 7. Dakota Kessler; 8. David Callihan; 9. Bryan Wallace; 10. Eric Mckay. 125B 1. Gary Radford; 2. Joel Adams; 3. Marcus Lyons; 4. Andrew Benson; 5. Brian Wasson; 6. Daniel Obrien; 7. David Brady, Jr.; 8. James Magee; 9. Michael Stella; 10. Nathan Vandervliet. 125C Division 1 1. Ryan Kennedy; 2. Charles Donaldson; 3. Brandon Newman; 4. Tony Hall; 5. Trevor Sypult; 6. Jeffery Pappaianni; 7. Dave Desell; 8. Glenn Evans; 9. Tyler Emory; 10. Daniel Dishong. 125C Division 2 1. Luke Knowlton; 2. Aaron Houser; 3. Jacob Potter; 4. Alex Panneton; 5. Timothy Carter; 6. Chad Lemmon; 7. Kyle Wanfield; 8. Kyler Hull; 9. Anthony Foster; 10. Mark Gattuso. Collegeboy (16-24) 1. Daniel Corbin; 2. Christopher Tyler; 3. Steven Wilson, Jr. 4. Joel Adams; 5. Dan Bogdan; 6. Chris Colburn; 7. Michael Stella; 8. Matthew Carruthers; 9. James Magee; 10. Phillip Nicoletti. Schoolboy (12-15) 1. Paul Heilig; 2. Jacob Grove; 3. Andrew Benson; 4. Tony Archer; 5. Brian Wasson; 6. Joshua Corbin; 7. Aaron Houser; 8. Mark Mercer; 9. Joey Alexander. 250\Open A 1. Phillip Nicoletti; 2. William Duffy, Jr.; 3. Aaron Day; 4. Chad Wages; 5. Tom Welch 6. Steve Roman, Jr.; 7. Zachary Miller; 8. Stephen Stella; 9. Daniel Corbin; 10. Steven Wilson, Jr. 250\Open B 1. Christopher Tyler; 2. Gary Radford; 3. D. J. Daquila; 4. Terrance Scott; 5. Patrick Sharpe;

6. Zachary Guilday; 7. Larry Garrison; 8. Tyler Knowlton. 250\Open C 1. Brandon Newman; 2. Daniel Dishong; 3. Jacob Potter; 4. Nicky Morgan ; 5. Ryan Hoy; 6. Trevor Sypult; 7. Marshall Kromer; 8. David Jackson; 9. Ryan Kennedy; 10. Brian Majka. 25+A 1. Aaron Day; 2. Tom Welch; 3. David Kilgore; 4. Jason Carroll; 5. Onorino Fascelli; 6. Sean Gaughan; 7. Rodney Horrocks; 8. Kevin Randolph; 9. Trey Yowell; 10. Billy Schlag. 25+B 1. Mandell Burnette; 2. Larry Garrison; 3. John Gosnell; 4. Daniel Carter, Jr.; 5. Michael Davis; 6. Christopher Haynes; 7. Calvin Brown, Jr.; 8. Kevin Kerr; 9. Todd Bosch; 10. Christian Bosch.

Quad C Div 1 1. Troy Dillon; 2. Travis Smith; 3. Matthew French; 4. Anthony Hurlock; 5. Chad Easter; 6. John Alexander; 7. Eric Vaughn; 8. Steven Pischner; 9. Michael Iverson; 10. Jeffrey Farah. Girls 65-105CC 9-13yrs 1. Kacey Curtis; 2. Karington Hess. Womens 99cc and up 12yrs+ 1. Jessye Davis; 2. Meagan Cascio; 3. Ashley Dronenburg; 4. Megan Emory; 5. Samantha Bergman; 6. Kara Groves; 7. Kelsey Clark; 8. Samantha Resch; 9. Megan Bell; 10. Carleigh White/Vanskiver. Quad Sr (+40) 1. Anthony Capuano; 2. David Elburn; 3. Micheal Bingham; 4. Jeffrey Lohr; 5. Craig Petzold. SchoolBoy ( 250F 12-15) 1. Daniel Obrien; 2. Jon Reber; 3. Tony Hall; 4. Tim Irvin; 5. Jeremy Edwards; 6. Jeffery Pappaianni; 7. Glenn Evans; 8. Tyler Emory; 9. Jonathon Balas.

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Senior A (+40) 1. Todd Stith; 2. Brett Friedel; 3. Darryl Robbins; 4. Patrick Elburn; 5. Jim Mandrin; 6. Jim Hilty; 7. David Posten; 8. Louis Verderose, Jr.; 9. Wayne Knell, Jr.; 10. David Sorter. Senior B (+40) 1. J. D. Gillespie; 2. Gary Vandervliet; 3. Scott Cross; 4. Joseph Balas, Jr.; 5. Darrin Verderose; 6. Mark Henry; 7. Japheth Lucas; 8. Mike Jones; 9. Steve Bergman; 10. James Bowen.

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Vet A (+30) 1. Tom Welch; 2. Todd Stith; 3. Jeremy Scheingold; 4. Brett Friedel; 5. Gregory Batts; 6. Freddie Longfellow; 7. Dale Verzi; 8. Robert Kahmer; 9. Louis Verderose, Jr.; 10. Tim Titcomb. Vet B (+30) 1. David Mock; 2. John Kernan; 3. E. Mark Adams; 4. Michael Davis; 5. Glenn Murphy; 6. Mandell Burnette; 7. John Gosnell; 8. Calvin Brown, Jr.; 9. Kevin Kerr; 10. Darrin Verderose. Vet C (+30) 1. Michael Heflin, Sr.; 2. Richard Fowler; 3. Douglas Demoreland; 4. Mark Henry; 5. Kevin Russell; 6. Michael Luskey; 7. Wade Blevins; 8. David Laden; 9. Brian Donaldson; 10. Michael Newton. Quad A 1. Joseph Elliott; 2. Nicholas Shupe; 3. Lawrence Mantua; 4. Christopher Tenney; 5. David Perkins; 6. Sean Ladue; 7. Kevin Lusk.

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12-15 100cc 1. Samuel Swavely; 2. Keith Oliphant; 3. Kevin Mcgeachen; 4. Zachary Snyder; 5. Brian Rowan; 6. James Turner; 7. Aaron Kauffman; 8. Philip Bennett; 9. Ryan Dolan; 10. Jimmy Franks. 14-15 85cc 1. Raymond Mullen; 2. Jesse Groemm; 3. Zack Van Atter; 4. Zachary Huberty; 5. Marcus Ward; 6. Matthew Walaszek; 7. Robert Potter. 12-13 85cc 1. Kyle Mcdonal; 2. Joel Chapman; 3. Jake Eckhart; 4. Leonard Jastrzem; 5. Brock Turner; 6. Angelo Rispoli; 7. Kenny Tenner; 8. Michael Medeiros; 9. Daniel Hadley; 10. Jesse Schmidt. EL Women 1. Melissa Kilduff; 2. Rylee Deblin; 3. Tabatha Roser; 4. Jodi Hartem; 5. Megan Horseman; 6. Carly Markovich; 7. Jacqueline Prignano; 8. Briana Barnhardt; 9. Alyssa Haney; 10. Tiffany Bennett.

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10-11 85cc 1. Ethan Jaudas; 2. Robert Civitetti; 3. Chase Rusden; 4. Ethan Walter; 5. n 50 o Tanner Way; F R C is h s e Shaw launch Daniel Gandy; 7. Chris Gordon; 8. -8) O.I. win. 6.Adam Toth; 9. Cody Steele; 10. way to the (4 Benjamin Snyder.

4-9 EL 1. John Lawton; 2. Austin Higbee; 3. River Sewell; 4. Kyle Oliphant; 5. Wally Yaros; 6. Ty Franks; 7. William Sigler; 8. Joseph Carter; 9. Neil Enman; 10. Kiersten Mcdonal.

13-15 150cc 1. Philip Morshead; 2. Colin Black; 3. Michael Wilson; 4. David Adams; 5. Dylan Hartz; 6. Benjamin Shugha; 7. Deric Adams; 8. Steven Walaszek; 9. Zachary Koller; 10. Stephen Andrescava.

10-12 EL 1. Nicholas Mccollough; 2. Dylan Kauffman; 3. Eric Wood; 4. Daniel Boyle; 5. Donald Bishop; 6. Michael Mcdonald; 7. Kevin Adams; 8. Jonathan Hiles; 9. Sara Miller; 10. Kyle Lloyd.

10-11 65cc 1. Craig Delong ; 2. Jeffrey Hall; 3. Jeremy Williams; 4. Sean Dolan; 5. Brandon Ryan; 6. Gabriel Rallis; 7. Tanner Whitney; 8. Jordan Andrescavag; 9. Bryan Font; 10. Nicolaas Derkinderen.

4-8 50cc 1. Salvatore Cusimano; 2. Bryan Butler; 3. Shamus Maloney; 4. Kyle Tino; 5. Zachary Conklin; 6. Stephen Green.

10-12 125cc 1. Thomas Shughart; 2. Eric Carrero; 3. Gage Little.

7-9 65cc 1. Michael Mcgee; 2. Timothy Lambert; 3. Wyatt Vugrinec; 4. Jarrett Mohn; 5. Ryan Hall; 6. Gary Enman; 7. Ryder Lafferty; 8. Kevin Kearney; 9. Elijah Olsen; 10. Erik Freeman. 4-8 O.I. 1. Mike Shaw; 2. Chris Adams; 3. Jessica Schoeffling; 4. Christopher Kendrick; 5. Stacey Kirchner; 6. Colin Myles; 7. Ryan Boyd; 8. Thomas Lloyd; 9. Cole Urich. 12-15 AA 1. Stephen Harris; 2. Zach Shepps; 3. Nick Davis; 4. James Dibenedert; 5. Tyler Haney; 6. Kelsey Hartem; 7. Gregory Schneider; 8. David Worden; 9. Matthew Gift.

AA 1. Jerod Stoner; 2. Ryan Rodgers; 3. William King; 4. Andrew Delong; 5. Kevin Bennett; 6. Daniel Palmer; 7. Brian Carden; 8. Timothy Rizzon; 9. Frank Messina; 10. Cristopher Rizzon. A 0-200 1. Jacob Martin; 2. Christopher Curlet; 3. Derrick Kell; 4. Casey Grzybowski; 5. Ron Decaro; 6. Richard Lechner; 7. Darren Schoeneb; 8. Jason Sipe; 9. Jarred Folweiler. A 201-Open 1. Jedediah Haines; 2. Eric Rodgers; 3. Leonard Rehatchet; 4. Chris Daugherty; 5. Dane Schoenebe; 6. Matt Reed; 7. Michael Soudas; 8. Joseph Lamanna; 9. Fred Baxter; 10. Robert Oreilly.

HELP WANTED MRA is looking for a race reporter to cover the action at any or all ECEA Harescramble events. Basic writing skills and computer knowledge is desirable. Ability to meet monthly deadlines is essential. Call or email Jim Bull for details: (717) 464 – 5381 or jim@mcracingaction.com

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A Senior 1. Greg Turner; 2. Jerry Borcherdt; 3. Steven Bromley; 4. Alan Jessat; 5. Michael Wilbert; 6. Jeffery Betton; 7. Thomas Wood; 8. Daniel Garrison; 9. Robert Murphy; 10. Carl Neidlinger.

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A SuperSenior 1. Scott Wolfersberger; 2. William King; 3. Thomas Cacacie; 4. Tom Phillips; 5. George Romeo.

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Masters 1. John Lafferty. B 0-200 1. Shane Hufford; 2. Joseph Ford; 3. Stephan Check; 4. Nick Keefe; 5. Bobby Kershaw; 6. Brett Curtis; 7. Drew Kelson; 8. Paul Babler; 9. Ryan Kelson; 10. James Sanchez. B201-Open 1. Devin Palen; 2. Jarod Kulp; 3. Sean Koeller; 4. Christopher Smith; 5. Jeff Merrill; 6. Joshua Michael; 7. Evan Yarnall; 8. Cody Mulligan; 9. Ryan Boyd.

C Vet 1. Chuck Potts; 2. Michael Benbrook; 3. Joe Pettit; 4. Herbert Higbee; 5. Leonard Legall; 6. Chris Biggs; 7. Jeremy Nellius; 8. John Studley; 9. Michael Shaw; wn, 10. Michael Kendrick.

B 4-Stroke om Morganto 1. James Craig DeLong fr C Senior Dzierwinsk; 2. John 1. Craig Lambert; 2. Bruce PA wins 65cc (10-11). Herrschaft; 3. Olsen; 3. Mark Garrity; 4. Christopher Conklin; 4. Mike G. Palan; 5. Allen Wagner; 6. Gary Sickler; 7. Robert Gardner; 5. Dylan Hill; 6. Michael Trauch; 7. Shawn Cavill; 8. Joseph Funaro; 9. Phil Morshead; 10. John Pettit; 8. Ian Simaska; 9. Bradley Little; 10. Steven Morris. Holmes. B Vet 1. William Kretzer; 2. Bernie Adkins; 3. John Schoeffling; 4. Jack Mattera; 5. Michael Perucki; 6. Robert Bove; 7. Chris Maher; 8. Mark Ferraro; 9. Chris Walmer; 10. Todd Whitney. B Senior 1. Glen Davis; 2. Gerald Peklak; 3. Michael Demos; 4. Wayne Ervin; 5. William Horseman; 6. Aaron Ermel; 7. Patrick Prignano; 8. Carl Rubino; 9. Scott Bartlow. B Super Senior 1. Brian Vittorini; 2. Henry Babler. Women 1. Sara Chapman; 2. Diane Fitzgerald; 3. Michele Adams. C 0-200 1. Travis Mcgee; 2. Valen Garrison; 3. Jason Williams; 4. James Pelech; 5. Stra Teodosic; 6. Ryan Kinkade; 7. Greg Curlett; 8. Keith Amos; 9. Matthew Pavlak; 10. Steve Regester.

A 4-Stroke 1. Ben Smith; 2. Sean Gaughan; 3. Jeff Kirchner; 4. Tyler Klinger; 5. Matt Dillon; 6. David Wright; 7. Joseph Caruso; 8. James Tevis; 9. Kenneth Held; 10. Jason Eckard.

C 201-Open 1. Adam Burke; 2. Deven Parrish; 3. Andrew Uhland; 4. Jeremy Kulp; 5. Kyle Wiese; 6. Shaun Polo; 7. Matt Drury; 8. Christpher Semus; 9. Tyler Macan; 10. Bill Cave.

A Vet 1. Wayne Grenewicz; 2. Norman Innis; 3. Michael Kilduff; 4. Dale Hiles; 5. Carmen Tino; 6. Todd Mckinney; 7. Michael

C 4-Stroke 1. Mathew Pratola; 2. Robert Jones; 3. Addeli Held; 4. Tyler Stevens; 5. Nicholas Bartholome; 6. Andrew Bouchaud; 7. James Wiese; 8. Brad Rawlins; 9. James Yost; 10. Matthew Cook.

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Volume 1, Issue 4 • June 2007

RACING, RACING, RACING… Tri-County ATV - Heilwood PA Drag Races the second Saturday evening of the Month Starting June 9th! Test and Tune Friday evenings starting at 6:30pm before race day Saturday Mornings and afternoon until 4 pm on Race day.

Drag Race Dates June 9th July 14th August 11th September 8th October 13th November 10th

Bracket Racing (Trophies) Divisions Mini’s Dirt bikes (if 4+ otherwise cancelled) Sport Utility Hybrid OPEN RACING (Cash Payouts) Divisions Dirt bikes (if 4 + otherwise cancelled) Sport Utility Hybrid

Test and Tune $10. Friday evening participants do not need to pay $10 Test and Tune for Saturday.

Kitchen is Open Friday Night and all Day Saturday

Gate Fee $5.00 per person Members FREE (must show members card) Racing $10 per division.

Complete info at www.we12race.com (we want to RACE)

Attention Recreational Riders Please Read: Here we are into our fourth edition of Rec Rider within the pages of MRA. If you notice this month our Recreational section is smaller than it has been in the first few editions. No worries, at this time we still intend to continue to pursue this new endeavor. There are a few reasons for this months shortages, number one being that race season is in full swing and my attentions have been focused there due to the large demand. Number two, we are still on the lookout for reporters to help us cover the expanse of the recreational marketplace. Different from racing where the bulk of our events take place within a certain region, recreational riding carries no geographical boundaries and draws us to all ends of the state and beyond. The bottom line is that I am short on the time that I can give to Rec Rider and for that I apologize. One of our biggest needs in making this publication a reality is contributions from you, the recreational rider and your clubs. There are many outstanding clubs and events going on all over the state of Pennsylvania. We would like to give you a place to compile information and keep up to date on what’s happening in your sport on the local scene, not what’s going on elsewhere. We want to give you a central place where you can find valuable information on where to ride and what type of products work best. Where you can find safety training for your youth and how to keep your rides maintained.

We need your help; we would like to offer every club out there a free column each month to help keep your members in tuned to what’s going on in your neck of the woods. We want to hear about your past rides and where you are heading in the future. We want to give you the most informative publication available to help make your recreational riding experiences more fun and rewarding. I would like to thank those that have been contributing, you have no idea how much you are appreciated. It’s because of people like you that allow the rest of us a place to ride. Times are changing and we need a voice, Rec Rider just might be that voice to take us well into the future. If you have an interest in being a part of what we are doing or even a story to contribute, please contact me at: jim@recrider.com. Thanks for your time and interest, I look forward to the next 1,236.348 issues of Rec Rider, coming to a trail near you.

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YOUTH SAFETY TRAINING Our warm summer days haven’t arrived yet, but members of ATV Traction have been in full swing for some time. The first thing on our agenda this year was our Youth Safety Training. In the spring of 2006, 13 members of ATV Traction received training from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources – Bureau of Forestry division, to become ATV Youth Safety Trainers. Volunteers from 4 of our 6 club chapters came to the training classes prepared to learn the skills needed to become certified youth safety instructors. They hit the books for a 2 day training session that involved safety manuals as well as hands-on training with their own ATVs. They were taught everything from basic machine operation to outdoor survival skills. They found that the classes melded well with the Tread Lightly training the ATV Traction members received the previous year. The classes were much more involved than many of the volunteers had expected. Some of the trainees found that there was much to learn. Our Club instructors have been busy almost every weekend since April with our new Youth Safety Training. I recently attended one of the classes in Venango County where I was surprised to see not only the kids having a good time, but the instructors seemed to be having a ball too. When setting up an area for the classes, the trainers look for a place where there is generally flat terrain with a small mounded area adjacent to the course where the riders can practice off camber riding. Traffic cones define the course for easy changes between lessons. It generally takes 30 to 40 minutes to set up the course. The classes begin with the kids lining up in formation. Safety equipment, safety of the machine, and maintenance are all discussed in length. The kids are then shown several maneuverability tasks and asked to copy the instructors as they demonstrate the

proper technique for each test. Among many other things, the kids are taught to go up and down hills and ride over obstacles in a safe manner. The classes that took place in the Venango chapter of the club took a much needed break about half way through the training. A lunch of hotdogs, pasta salad and soda was provided by the Venango members. The adults had a good gab session going on, while the kids waited impatiently to get back to business. We at ATV Traction Inc. feel that a big part of our job as an organized club is not only gaining access to land for trail procurement, but to make sure that people are riding on our trails safely. We read about accidents involving ATV’s all too frequently in local newspapers. We feel that by training our children how to ride safely, and how to handle dangerous situations when they arise, we can begin to see less of these unnecessary accidents. In Pennsylvania a child can not ride his ATV off family owned property unless he carries with him a certificate of Safety Training. Currently the Erie, Venango and Butler Chapters of the club are offering training sessions to all kids with an ATV. Youth Safety Training is provided to kids from ages 8 to 15. All children must wear helmets, protective clothing, and drive a machine that “fits” them. The classes take 3 to 4 hours to complete. In many cases, some of the instructors have to drive a considerable distance, so donations are appreciated, but not a must. We make an effort to train children, donations or not. If you are interested in bringing your children to a class, you can contact any one of the chapter presidents off our web page at: http://www.atvtraction.org They will connect you with the instructors. Be sure to check our club web site for the summer’s up coming events.

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Phone: 717.453.7265 Fax: 717.453.0914 Email: TntCycle@comcast.net

How bout’ that exhaust? By: Tommy Pickup, General Manager, TNT Cycles www.tntcycles-atv.com I hear the question more often than not … “what exhaust pipe should I run,” and “do I need a jet kit with that?” The answer to those questions is not one that can be rattled off. There are many factors that go into what pipe you should run, which manufacture to choose and whether or not a jet kit is needed. The first question you have to ask yourself is how much do I want to spend. This can really narrow your choices in a hurry and usually answers the next … do you go with just a slip on muffler or full system.

The next question, regarding the jet kit, is not as simple. First off, there is no such thing as a “drop in” jet kit that cures all your carburetion problems. That is not to say that a jet kit is a bad thing. It does give you (depending on manufacture) a nice selection of jets that you can use to properly jet your unit. If you never jetted a bike/quad, then I would definitely leave this to a technician with some experience. I would speak to the tech and see if he recommends a jet kit for your particular application.

Moving on, if you decide that money is a factor and you are simply looking to pick up a little more power and quicker throttle response then a slip on will probably do the trick. Cobra makes some nice stuff for ATV’s that is under $200 bucks. Usually, if this is the only mod, you do not have to re-jet the unit. However, if you are uncertain or the manufacture does not say, let the tech install the pipe and make the call. Now if you decide to go the distance and budget is not the major consideration, then I would recommend a full system. These systems are really complemented with some air filter mods, like a higher flowing filter, air box modifications or both. This will require re-jetting, but the performance gains are usually worth it. Now for the tough question, what pipe should I run? This is one that I cannot answer, as it depends on what your looking to do and what type of riding your gonna do (i.e., motos, GNCC, harescrambles, trail etc.). I would talk to your tech and see what he recommends. Also with new noise requirements in AMA events, make sure your legal. See what the pipe maker says about his pipe and what type of riding they build it for. But don’t fall victim to the hype and do some homework. Check out some forums and see what others are saying about a pipe they have. Don’t just throw money at performance parts and expect results. It is best to work with a good tuner and let him set a plan for your mods. A lot of times you can do things in stages so each stage compliments the previous and you can do it in steps so as not to break the bank. Keep it fun and enjoy the sport. If you guys and gals have any thing you’d like to read about in future shoot me some emails and I’ll do my best to put it together. Email me at tntcycle@comcast.net.


June 3rd - Ramey Poker Run

June 23 Hopedale Sportsman’s Club

Registration at 8 a.m. with rides beginning at 11 a.m. Entry fee is $15.00 per rider, $5.00 per passenger. Everyone must register and helmets must be worn, anyone under 18 must have a parent or guardian signature. Registering for this event does not exempt you from any of the laws. No alcohol while riding.

Registration is from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Free primitive camping is available Friday and Saturday nights. Riding is permitted on Saturday only, you may ride the trail more than once. The cost is still $15 per rider. $1 from every ticket sold is given away at a drawing at the clubhouse at 4:00 PM on the day of the event. Food and beverages are sold at the clubhouse through out the day. No glass containers on the course. No pipe buggies or 4x4 trucks. Safety gear should be worn at all times for your own protection.

The Poker Run will be held on Rt. 153 between Houtzdale and Viola and is approximately 25 miles long. Held rain or shine. For more information phone Tom at 814-378-8407 or Doug at 814-378-5878. June 10 Lilly Poker Run - ATV & Dirt Bike

For more info contact Kevin (740) 491-7128 or Scott (740) 944-1817. Or email back to hsclub@aol.com

Registration is $15.00 and runs from 9:00 a.m. till 11:00 a.m. All riders must be off of the trials by 4:00 p.m. Riders must have helmets to participate. Under 18 must have Parent/ Guardian Signature. Rides will be held rain or shine and the Kitchen is open for Breakfast & lunch. *Alcohol is Prohibited!!*

June 23 Majestic Trails Dice Run and Chicken BBQ BENEFITS SHRINERS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL of Erie http://www.shrinershq.org

Directions: Located just off U.S. Rt. 22 on Rt. 53 between Cresson and Portage. Contact info: Phone (814) 886-2259 or E mail us at lilvolfireco@pennswoods.net or visit our website at www.lillyfiredept.com

Registration: 9:00–1:00, ride till 9 pm, Prizes at : 3:00 pm Chicken BBQ: 1:00-5:00 $20.00 Adults, $15.00 Passengers, $15.00 Under 15, $5.00 Chicken BBQ Details at www.majestictrails.com June 23, 2007

June 16 Bruin VFD Poker Run - ATV Only $20.00 entry fee per rider , 20 + miles of trail with MX play tracks areas, also mud pits and hill climbs. There is free parking. Concession stand and restrooms at registration and midpoint. . There will be a 50/50 raffle, door prizes and shirts for sale. No alcoholic beverages are permitted on the trail. Ages 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Helmet and eye protection is required. We are easy to find on RT 268 between Parker, PA and Petrolia, PA. From Interstate 80 we can be reached from Exit 42, Emlenton. For more information contact: Justin at 724-753-2534 (freshyfire29@hotmail.com) or Pat at 724-753-0078 (hoochieman284@aol.com)

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The Tribune-Democrat PATTON — Christmas came early near the village of St. Lawrence. After four years of patience and perseverance, Rock Run Recreation Area quietly opened Thursday to ATV and other off-road enthusiasts – two weeks ahead of its scheduled May 17 grand opening. “We finally cracked the gates open,”said state Rep.Gary Haluska, D-Patton, who chairs Rock Run’s board of directors.“We’ve been waiting for years to do this.” The trails are expected to provide a tremendous boost to northern Cambria County’s economy as one of the region’s top recreational attractions. The Cambria County Conservation and Recreation Authority purchased the 6,000-acre tract, formerly a strip mine, with a $2 million grant from the state in March 2004. Almost $6 million has been spent to get the park ready for the thousands of visitors expected to roll through the gates and over its 50 miles of trails by fall. Snowmobiles will be the vehicles of choice come winter. Haluska said Rock Run’s board decided after a Tuesday meeting to open the park early. “We wanted to let the word drift out there, and be low-key,” Haluska said of the spur-of-the-moment decision. He said the only announcement made about the early opening was a blurb on the park’s Web site: http://rockrunrecreation.com. Not only did park employees sell the first season pass on opening day, the first Internet transaction for a season pass was made. “Everything’s set up, and we’re ready to go,” Haluska said. Visitors can buy passes on the site. Required waivers can be downloaded and printed to save time upon arrival. Haluska and the park’s four seasonal, part-time workers are eager to see whether this weekend, with good weather, will bring a caravan of ATV trailers. “I think we’ll be busy,” the representative said.

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Nutrition & Fitness Thru Jay’s Eyes

Pre-Race Preparation For many people the correct diet, exercise routine, stretching and mindset may play a very important role in how you will perform on the motocross track. If you develop a routine of good habits that reinforce the skills needed on the motocross track it will certainly help you to succeed. Most experienced riders have probably developed a routine to prepare for an upcoming race because they know they perform better when they can concentrate. These routines are an integral part of racing because they not only determine your body’s readiness to endure a high amount of physical stress, but they also determine the type of mindset you enter the race with depending on the type of interactions you have prior to the event. Understanding this concept and how things affect you is key to proper preparation and success on the motocross track. Physically preparing yourself is much easier then mental preparation so we discuss these concepts first. If you are on a training program you should not do any activity two days before racing and get plenty of rest. As a general rule your current performance is usually a manifestation of what you did two days ago. The day before the race should either include practicing for a bit or some type of medium training exercise. This will keep your body ready for the following day, instead without

exercise your muscles will tighten. Be sure to stretch very well before every race, this is not to “loosen you up” but to ready your muscles and joints for upcoming work. Stretching and yoga is proven to improve dexterity, flexibility, endurance, and reaction speed. The right diet is another key part of success to motocross racing. Water is probably the most important part of a healthy diet. Considering are bodies are composed of 90% water we should always be properly hydrated to function properly. (I personally drink almost only water) Fruit derived carbohydrates are know to speed up your metabolism so the correct combination of fruits and vegetables is one of best choices on race day. (actually before or during any physical activity) Another important part of your diet should be protein intake. This should be done in higher amounts the days before the race and then in very small amounts the day of the race. The best sources of proteins are soybeans, nuts and granola. These foods contain elements that are not only exactly what your body needs but also provide more protein with a smaller portion. Eggs, chicken, turkey and fish are all excellent animal sources of protein but should be eaten in moderation in the days of preparation. Personally I like to stay away from red meats during preparation because they contain little quickly digest able nutrients that will be utilized during exercise. Since red meats are difficult to digest they also slow your metabolism and reaction speed. For the day of a race I like to eat eggs, granola, fruit, tofu, and veggies. Beta-carotene in carrots, onions, wild rice and beets is also a strong endurance and strength enhancer, coupled with the potassium of bananas to help prevent lactic acid build up is an ideal pre-race combo. Mental preparation for a race is really something everyone must figure out by himself or herself. This is because everybody is unique and everybody will have their own preference of how to ready their mind and guide their intentions. The best advice I can give is to always strive to find balance. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at: jwernsdo@mix.wvu.edu

-Jay

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Sleepy Hollow MX

Saturday Race - May 5, 2007

Schoolboy 1. Benjamin Kreider; 2. Scott Heilman; 3. Matthew Melhorn; 4. Andies Panata; 5. Evan Cook; 6. Ethan Clymer. Collegeboy 1. Tyler Witmer; 2. Ryan Zimmerman; 3. Stephen Morelli; 4. Justin Talianek; 5. Dan Tennett. Veteran- 30+ A 1. Gregory Pamart; 2. Brian Smith; 3. James Mcilvaine; 4. Jason Wolfgang; 5. Todd Weindell; 6. John Lyons; 7. Jeffrey Miller. Veteran- 30+ B 1. Eddie Anewalt; 2. Jeremy Hyde; 3. Ethan Waybright; 4. John Ward; 5. Troy Miller; 6. Steven Wright; 7. Jeffrey Groff; 8. David Jackson; 9. Kevin Stutzman; 10. Thomas Baney.

Eddie Anewalt wins 25 + and Vet B. Saturday May 5th saw Sleepy Hollows second race of the season for both quads and motorcycles at their facility in Fredericksburg, PA. The turn out was light but this is pretty much the norm for a Saturday event, in addition there was a ATV points race taking place at Atco so this drove the quad turnout down. None the less, the racers that came put on a great show and everyone got home at a decent time. If you’re a regular at Sleepy you are well aware of the great programs they offer at their facility. This year is to be no exception with new track manager Eric Swarr getting aggressive with continually changing track layouts and sponsors galore. This year’s Sleepy series is sponsored by ECS Honda from Ephrata, PA. Win your class in the Sleepy Series and get a brand new HJC helmet. In addition Blackman’s Cycle and Montgomeryville Cycle offer additional expert payouts at all events. Sleepy is also offering a three race Pit Bike Series sponsored by McBride Sports Accessories. Race all three dates and get a chance to win a new Pitster Pro. Check the results here to see how your favorite racer did and log onto www.mcracingaction.com to view Sleepy event photos. Stay tuned to their new website at www.sleepymx.com for all track updates and happenings.

Four Stroke 14 yrs. and up 1. Jacob Weeks; 2. Zachery Rudy; 3. Matthew Hollinger; 4. Travis Overly; 5. Travis Heilman; 6. Joseph Conway; 7. Andrew Homick; 8. Eric Kemmerer.

Senior - 40+ B 1. Michael Davis; 2. Drew Dreisbach; 3. Kerry Williams; 4. Timothy Nowroski; 5. Craig Moore; 6. Neil Ebert.

50 Stock 7-8 1. Dawson Magar; 2. Kyle Chrisovergis.

Mini 85 14-15 1. Andrew Johns; 2. Gage Seyfert; 3. Deryk Garland; 4. Luke Lurz.

Junior Mini 1. Daryn Thompson; 2. Robert Piazza; 3. Luke Palonicola; 4. Matthew Mangine; 5. Bradley Williams; 6. Nate Kreider; 7. Andrew Maroney; 8. Brian Laul; 9. Ronald Perry; 10. Lucas Brzostowski.

Senior - 40+ A 1. James Mcilvaine; 2. Brad Stepp; 3. Harlan Seiverling; 4. Ed Halstead; 5. Randolph Hayes. 65 7-9 1. Damian Thompson; 2. Cole Gabel; 3. Andrew Maroney; 4. Jay Jajich; 5. Marvin Ellis; 6. Kenneth Rupp; 7. Timmy Miller; 8. Stephen Ward; 9. Kyle Haines; 10. Mason Walters. Women 1. Stephanie David; 2. Amanda Wilderson; 3. Jenna Weindel. Schoolboy-4 stroke 1. Daniel Buckley; 2. Alex Maldet; 3. Neil Ebert; 4. James Mauro; 5. Joel Wiggins; 6. Timothy Savidge. 2-stroke 1. Harlan Seiverling; 2. Kyle Smithgall; 3. Rocco Fazzolari. 125 B 1. Jacob Weeks; 2. Erik Wilson; 3. Alex Hilderbrand; 4. Matthew Hollinger; 5. Alex Maldet; 6. Travis Heilman; 7. Edward Tarlecky; 8. Adam Kline; 9. Timothy Savidge.

125 A Montgomeryville 1. Casey Clark; 2. Michael Shaud; 3. Zachery Rudy; 4. Chad Aughinbaugh.

Mini 85 7-11 1. Robert Piazza; 2. Luke Palonicola; 3. Brennen Weindel; 4. Dominick Dreisbach; 5. Matthew Mangine; 6. Eric Heilman; 7. Brian Laul; 8. Arie Reachard; 9. Lucas Brzostowski; 10. Austin Herr. Mini 85 12-13 1. Daryn Thompson; 2. Brad Roth; 3. Matthew Gahrmann; 4. Jonathan Newton; 5. Kevin Holton; 6. Stephen Ward; 7. Nate Kreider; 8. Connor Vail.

250/open C 1. Anthony Fiore; 2. Rocco Fazzolari; 3. Jon Colatrella; 4. Derek Swonger; 5. Daniel Arnold; 6. Justin Talianek; 7. Evan Cook; 8. Shane Zerbe; 9. Timothy Stewart; 10. Michael Grejdus.

125 C 1. Daniel Buckley; 2. Steve Wehr; 3. Rusty Shawver; 4. Drayton Bumbaugh; 5. Anthony Fiore; 6. Matthew Melhorn; 7. Tyler Ward; 8. Coty Sebastian; 9. Jon Colatrella; 10. Benjamin Kreider.

Mini 65 10-11 1. Brennen Weindel; 2. Dominick Dreisbach; 3. Kevin Rivera; 4. Ronald Perry; 5. Dylon Hobart; 6. Arie Reachard; 7. Tyler Kauffman; 8. Broc Emery; 9. Sammy Devivo.

Super Mini 1. Andrew Johns; 2. Zachary Donlin; 3. Andies Panata; 4. Brad Roth; 5. Jason Chavez; 6. Alex Maldet; 7. Braden Kruger; 8. Luke Lurz.

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Veteran- 30+ C 1. Michael Davis; 2. Corey Noll; 3. Brandon Hayes; 4. Steve Brown; 5. Brian Bolus; 6. John Ward; 7. Darryl Jacoby; 8. Grant Magar; 9. Steve Westby; 10. Edward Lecky.

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Lauren Plate soars to the win in 50cc Oil (7-8). 250/open A Blackmans 1. Casey Clark; 2. Tyler Witmer; 3. Ryan Zimmerman; 4. Gregory Pamart; 5. Chad Aughinbaugh; 6. Brian Smith; 7. Michael Davis; 8. Ryan Bentz; 9. John Lyons; 10. Daniel Leonhard. 250/open B 1. Erik Wilson; 2. Timothy Savidge; 3. Alex Hilderbrand; 4. Adam Russler; 5. Travis Overly; 6. Derek Martzall; 7. Neil Ebert.

25 + A 1. Gregory Pamart; 2. James Mcilvaine; 3. Brian Smith; 4. Jason Wolfgang; 5. John Lyons; 6. Todd Weindel; 7. Daniel. Leonhard; 8. Louis Hocker. 25 + B 1. Eddie Anewalt; 2. Adam Russler; 3. Jeremy

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7-9 65cc Beginner 1. Kyle Snider; 2. Colin Bolden. PW80 - TTR90 1. Dylan Budden. XR70 - XR80 1. Kyle Snider. XR100 TTR125 CFR150 DRZ110 1. Kyle Snider. QUAD 25+ 1. Michael Salerno; 2. Jerry Terpay; 3. Eugene Bachman; 4. Jason Weaver; 5. Myka Carpenter. 231 OPEN A QUAD 1. Andrew Zimmerman; 2. Kale Witmer; 3. Michael Salerno.

Alec Marshall sweeps the 91/200-300 (13-15) division. Hyde; 4. Ethan Waybright; 5. John Ward; 6. Rusty Shawver; 7. Steve Brown; 8. Kevin Stutzman.

231 OPEN B QUAD-Group A 1. Matthew Aldinger; 2. Ethan Miller; 3. David Myers; 4. Jeremy Leach; 5. Michael Paolino; 6. Shaughn Boyle; 7. Glenn Sheaffer; 8. Jerry Terpay.

Ben Kreider from Kirkwood, PA wins Schoolboy 2 Stroke. 4. Alexus Wiginton; 5. Dakota Wertman.

90 2 str/125 4str PROD CVT 1. James Nichols; 2. Tyler Young; 3. Shannon Bauguess;

70 PROD AUTO CVT 1. Joseph Bauguess; 2. Alexander English; 3. Logan Tremellen. 231 Open C 1. Nevin Aungst; 2. Stefan Mcgouan; 3. Brody Treaster; 4. Daren Rice; 5. Mitchell Kenney; 6. Brian Nolt; 7. William Powers; 8. Arthur Matthews; 9. Jayce Doulin; 10. Anthony Mino.

4-6 50cc Oil Injected 1. Nathan Rocuskie; 2. Edgar Clark; 3. Ryan Ganoe; 4. Alyssa Bolden; 5. Andrew Cerniglia; 6. Andrew Brodbeck; 7. Miles Forman; 8. Jayden Shindel; 9. Kiersten Roeting.

50 Stock Limited 4-8 1. Joshua Holley; 2. Connor Yedinak; 3. Leann Fidler; 4. Parker Bachman; 5. Renee Sauriol; 6. Wyatt Kowalchuk.

4-6 50cc Stock 1. Nathan Rocuskie; 2. Nicholas Wagner; 3. Cody Schaeffer; 4. Edgar Clark; 5. Alyssa Bolden; 6. Jamie Astudillo.

Quad Jr Mini 6-11 1. Morgan Bauguess. 91-200 / 91-300 Prod 13-15 1. Alec Marshall; 2. Dylan Swartz; 3. Derek Keeseman; 4. Drew Bailey; 5. Caleb Keller; 6. Dylan Tremellen; 7. Corey Webber.

7-8 50cc Oil Injected 1. Lauren Plate; 2. Beau Livingston. 7-8 50cc Stock 1. Colin Bolden; 2. Lauren Plate; 3. Crystal Laul.

QUAD Unlimited A 16+ 1. Kale Witmer; 2. Andrew Zimmerman; 3. Brenten Dum.

4-8 XR50-ttr 50 1. Tucker Hake; 2. Devin Confair; 3. Beau Livingston.

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Dutchmen MX Park

Season Opener - May 6, 2007

4 Stroke Welcome to the new DMX, now known as the 1. Tony Roth; 2. Tyson L. Dutchmen MX Park. Rob Papp and his family Clark; 3. Derek Christensen; took over as new 4. Michael Klinger; 5. Alex owners last fall and Maldet; 6. t h e y h e l p e d Bixler (308) gets the holeshot, Balawejder (213) gets the win in Collegeboy. S t e p h e n Norelli; 7. the Flying Joshua T. Black; 8. Travis Dutchmen Motorcycle Heilman; 9. Richard R. Club run their last White. motocross race ever. It was the end of a 40+ Vet (30+) A year run and an end to an 1. Gregory Pamart; 2. era of commitment to Paul J. Waslin; 3. Shane motorcycle racing here in Imhoff; 4. Todd G. D6 on the clubs part. Weindel; 5. Rich Jarvis; Since then the Papps 6. Jeff W. Oht. have invested much time Vet (30+) B and money into their new 1. Erik Oneal; 2. and exciting endeavor. Christiano Dutra; 3. They ran their Fall 06 and Steven Wright Jr; 4. Spring 07 Harescramble Jeffrey Groff; 5. Series races and the first Geraldo Santos; 6. weekend of May they Melvin Fioravanti Jr ; promoted their first 7. Mike Cepress; 8. motocross race on the Thomas Baney; 9. newly designed track. This Christopher Smith. past spring while covering a harescramble race there I 50 Stock (7-8) watched as the heavy 3. Anthony G. Fiore; 4. Theodore W. 1. Oscar Kelchner; 2. Christopher Ford; 3. Cody machinery sat sifting the rock from the dirt, Allen; 5. Andrew Herzog; 6. Jordan Boisverk; 7. Wagner; 4. Trette Kyle; 5. Garrett Brownawell. even as the race was taking place. Since then Joshua Bostian; 8. Aparecigo Silva; 9. Jose Women there has been a new main track layout designed Decarvalho; 10. Shane Zerbe. 1. Jessica Smith; 2. Jenna P. Weindel; 3. Melinda for motorcycles only. A new starting location and 25+ A Giberson. gate were added along with fencing and other facility improvements. At the location of the old 1. Gregory Pamart; 2. Todd G. Weindel; 3. Paul 85 (14-15) 1. Tyler A. Hawk; 2. Andrew F. Johns; 3. Max mini track, again changes. The course has been J. Waslin; 4. Shane Imhoff; 5. James B. Wilke. Stevey; 4. Brandon Mcmann; 5. Brandon Gettel; enlarged and redesigned and both quads and 25+ B 1. Nathan Reiss; 2. Christiano Dutra; 3. Ben 6. Derik Garland; 7. Kraig M. Howe; 8. Michael mini bike classes will compete there. There have been some small bumps along the Hoffman; 4. Geraldo Santos; 5. James Rich; 6. Gialloreto; 9. Hayden Balboa. way, but each time DMX seems to respond and Erik Oneal; 7. Nathan Lenig. 250 A to make changes. It is a learning experience and Super Mini (12-15) 1. Casey Clark; 2. Gregory Pamart; 3. Tony Roth; like the harescramble races went I am sure that 1. Tyler A. Hawk; 2. Andrew F. Johns; 3. Tyler 4. Robert Malkiewicz; 5. James B. Wilke; 6. Dean each motocross event will show changes and Conner; 4. Zachary Donlin; Smith; 7. Michael Klinger. improvements. In talking to the racers at this 5. Max Stevey; 6. Darren event, most liked the new track layout and were Taughinbaugh; 7. Jason hoping for a great year here. A good crowd showed for DMX’s first motocross race ever and I would recommend checking it RRP’s Erik Wilson earns the O/A in both 125 and 250 B. out for yourself. Coming up in June they have a Saturday night Pit Bike race followed by a Chavez; 8. Sunday motocross event. You can get all the A n d r e s details at their new website: www. Panata; 9. dutchmenmxpark.com. Check out results here B r a n d o n to see how you favorite racer did and be sure to Mcmann; 10. check out event pictures at www.mcracingaction. Brad Roth. com .

By Jim Bull 125 C 1. Andrew H. Homick; 2. Jeremy Jackson; 3. Anthony G. Fiore; 4. Damian C. Krause; 5. James T. Mccode; 6. Joshua Black; 7. Todd V. Marcu; 8. Coty S. Sebastian; 9. Michael S. Major; 10. Russell Williams. 250 B 1. Erik Wilson; 2. Jason Smith; 3. Kristopher Shomaker; 4. Nathan Reiss; 5. Broc Ternini; 6. Bill Folmar; 7. Andrew Levengood ; 8. Timothy Deitzler; 9.Bill W. James. Senior (40+) A 1. Randolph Hayes. Senior (40+) B 1. Mike Cepress; 2. Kerry Y. Williams; 3. Timothy Newreskel; 4. Geraldo Santos; 5. Neil A. Ebert Jr; 6. Craig Moore; 7. George Wallowell. School Boy 1. James T. Mccode; 2. Max Stevey; 3. Andres Panata; 4. Scott T. Heilman; 5. Dallas R. Crunlich; 6. Damian C. Krause; 7. Coty S. Sebastian; 8. Michael Balboa. College Boy 1. Eric Balawejder; 2. Justin Frederick; 3. Kyle Knapp; 4. Kristopher Shomaker; 5. Austin L. Bixler; 6. Stephen Norelli7. Michael S. Major; 8. Richard R. White; 9. Shawn Knapp; 10. Jordan Miller. Vet (30+) C 1. Timothy Green; 2. Jose Decarvalho; 3. Aparecido Silva; 4. Brian Bolus; 5. Brandon Hayes; 6. Joao Emery; 7. Melanio Carvalho; 8. Wolington Souza; 9. Timothy Nester; 10. Dominick Balboa. 85 (7-11) 1. Jarek Balkovic; 2. Robert Piazza; 3. Eric Heilman; 4. Chase Miller; 5. Keith Lengle; 6. Taylor Stevey; 7. Austin Herr; 8. Arie Reachard; 9. Matthew Mangine; 10. Kevin Rivera. 85 (12-13) 1. Daryn Thompson; 2. Patrick Sharkey; 3. Damian C. Krause; 4. Tyler Conner;

125 A 1. Casey Clark; 2. Paul Treas; 3. Eric Balawejoer; 4. Robert Malkiewicz; 5. Sam Bostian; 6. Richard White. 125 B 1 Trik Wilson; 2. Kyle Knapp; 3. Jared Dawson; 4. Justin Frederick; 5. Justin D. Maylath; 6. Chris Kalhauge; 7. Jordan Miller; 8. Alex Maldet; 9. Jerome Justofin: 10. Travis Heilman 65 (7-9) 1. Damian Thompson; 2. Chase Miller; 3. Cole Gabel; 4. Jay Jajich; 5. Ethan Bressler; 6. Marvin Ellis; 7. Oscar Kelchner; 8. Dominic Tibberino; 9. Kenneth Rupp; 10. Christopher Ford. 65 (10-11) 1. Jarek Balkovic; 2. Brennen Weindel; 3. Kevin Rivera; 4. Arie Reachard; 5. Tyler Kauffman; 6. Justin Landis; 7. Hyland Muckle; 8. Keith Lengle. 250 C 1. Derrick J. Crawford; 2. Timothy Green;

Erik Oneal is your Vet B champ. Junior Mini (9-13) 1. Jarek Balkovic; 2. Chase Miller; 3. Robert Piazza; 4. Bradley Williams; 5. Matthew Mangine; 6. Christian Major; 7. Taylor Stevey; 8. Connor Vail; 9. Marvin Ellis; 10. Ethan Bressler.

TBT’s Casey Clark sweeps both the 125 and 250 A divisions.


50 Stock (4-6) 1. Nathan A. Rocuskie; 2. Logan Clark; 3. Cody Schaeffer; 4. Alyssa Bolden; 5. James Cassidy; 6. Jordan Jarvis; 7. Jamie Astudillo.

PW80/TTR90/KLX110 1. John Romero; 2. Shawn Craven. 91-200/91-300 (13-15) 1. Dylan Swartz Ickesburg, PA 1 1 4W Open C 16+ 1. Daren Rice; 2. Lance Chubb; 3. William Sommer; 4. Brody Treaster; 5. William Keefer; 6. Jarret Reichard; 7. Kristen Valerte; 8. Ryan Sorrentino. 4W Open B 16+ 1. Aaron Friese; 2. Joshua Harner; 3. Glenn Sheaffer; 4. Jermy and Amber handled the scoring Leach; 5. Joey Screnci; at DMX’s first MX of the year. 6. Andrew Mahey. 4W Open A 16+ 1. Kale Witmer; 2. Andy D. Ehrenzeller; 3. Andrew Zimmerman; 4. Aaron Bivighouse.

50 Stock Unlimited I 1. Travis Wotring; 2. Jody Crouse; 3. Dakota Shirk; 4. Paige Yedinak; 5. Joshua Holley; 6. Connor Yedinak; 7. Zachary T. Salem; 8. Leann Fidler; 9. Kaitlynn E. Horton; 10. Wyatt Kowalchuk. 2 Strk 70cc Prod Auto 1. Stanley Bonhenek; 2. Joey Bauguess; 3. Dylan M. Evans; 4. Ryley Butler; 5. Kohl 6. Ben C. Stevey battle Wambach; Conners.

Brandon Mcmanus and Max in Supermini racing action.

50 Oil Injected (7-8) 1. Lauren Plate; 2. Antonio Frankelli. CRF/XR100/TTR125/CRF150 1. Frank Mohr; 2. Forrest C. Williams. Quad Unlimited B/C 16+ 1. Jarret Reichard; 2. Thomas Perfetto. Quad Unlimited A 16+ 1. Kale Witmer; 2. Andrew Zimmerman; 3. Andy D. Ehrenzeller.

50 Stock (7-8) Beginner 1. Lauren Plate; 2. Griffin Bonte.

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50 Oil Injected (4-6) 1. Nathan A. Rocuskie; 2. Logan Clark; 3. Alyssa Bolden; 4. James Cassidy; 5. Jordan Jarvis; 6. Hunter Mumper.

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5. Brad Roth; 6. Bradley Williams; 7. Christian Major; 8. Aaron Friese gets the Open B win W i l l i a m Carling; 9. racing on DMX’s new quad track. Connor Vail; 10. Dalton Bonte.


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Pagoda Motorcycle Club

RD #2 Ultimate MX Series - May 13, 2007 By Jim Bull first weekend in June. To stay up to date on everything happening at Pagoda got to their website at www.pagodamotorcycleclub.com and to view event pictures from today’s race check out www.mcracingaction.com. WOMEN 1. Kelsey Green; 2. Tiana Alfano; 3. Jessica Smith; 4. Michelle Kastle; 5. Taylor Stevey; 6. Samantha Ujhely; 7. Melinda Giberson. WOODSMEN 1. Brandon Taylor; 2. Rocco Fazzolari; 3. Andrew Roddy; 4. Brett Beitler; 5. Timothy Nester. XR50/JR50 1. Kali Rivera; 2. Salvatore Pugliese.

125 B 1. Joshua Gottshall; 2. Gary Radford; 3. Alexander Woskob; 4. Justin Frederick; 5. Erik Wilson; 6. Nicholas Finelli; 7. Brian Wasson; 8. Addison Kramer; 9. Curtis Baker; 10. Joseph Peditto. 125 C 2nd MOTO MAIN 1. Zachary Klaptosky; 2. Richard Kastle; 3. Anton Kotulski; 4. Daryn Thompson; 5. Damian Krause; 6. Steve Wehr; 7. Coty Sebastian; 8. Benjamin Kreider; 9. Dustin Morris; 10. Andrew Heckman. 125 C 2nd MOTO CONSI 1. Brandon Conley; 2. Andrew Roddy; 3. James Phipps; 4. Kyle Conley; 5. Ryan Popp; 6. Nate Finelam; 7. Thomas Simpson; 8. Jeremiah Justofin,Jr.; 9. Harold Deloach; 10. Ryan Averell. 250 A 1. Barry Carsten; 2. Adam Blessing; 3. Casey Clark; 4. David Ginolfi; 5. Benjamin Ritter; 6. Tyler Witmer; 7. Gregory Pamart; 8. Ryan Zimmerman; 9. Kerry Kaminskie; 10. Ashlee Woskob. 250 B 1. Lowell Spangler; 2. Alexander Woskob; 3. Addison Kramer; 4. Gary Radford; 5. Larry Mutschler; 6. Jason Smith; 7. Nicholas Finelli; 8. Joshua Gottshall; 9. Phil Albertson; 10. James White. 250 C 1. William Hauser; 2. Derrick Crawford; 3. Paul Florian; 4. Austin Edwards; 5. Vince Holt; 6. Anton Kotulski; 7. Steven Dickson; 8. Tyler Rehm; 9. Jose Decarvalho; 10. Kyle Umstead.

LVC’s Dylan Brajkovich comes out on top of the lightning fast Supermini division. Round # 2 of the Ultimate MX Series landed at the Pagoda Motorcycle Club in mid May. Actually this event was scheduled as Round # 3 but with the reschedule of the first round to early June due to inclement weather, you get the picture. Anyhow there was a huge crowd on hand to chase the factory contingency money being offered on the day. Lebanon Valley Cycles was your race sponsor and as usual the Pagoda Club members kept things moving right along. First off the line was the 125 A split gate with the Vet A riders. Jeremy Cook would go 1-1 to win the 125 group with the crazy Frenchman Greg Pamart taking the Vet A win. After that we saw two, almost full gates of 125 C riders take to the track to set up the final main event to spar for the factory contingency money. In the end it would be Zach Klaptosky taking the win followed by Ritchie Kastle then Anton Kotulski. Daryn Thompson would finish fourth in his debut on the big bike with Damian Krause rounding out the top five. The racing was intense in many classes and we saw over 35 racers in classes like 250 C, 125 B and 85cc (7-11). The Supermini action was hot as usual with Dylan Brajkovich taking home the win on this weekend. Watch this class folks as the year progresses, some of these young racers are just flying as they prepare themselves to move onto the bigger bikes. As always the mini warriors took to Pagodas kids track that sits down over the hill, this is a great program for future racers to get a feel for competition. If you have a young one and would like to get them started racing motocross give this track a look. The D6 Ultimate MX Series picks up steam as it moves into the month of June, the first three weekends offer a series race with two of them hosting factory contingency. For more information on this great series log onto www.amadistrict6.com or contact a District 6 track promoter to see how you can get in on the action. Pagoda offers a Saturday night SX followed by a Sunday MX the

Josh Gottshall goes 3-1 for the O/A 125

SCHOOLBOY - 2 STROKE 1. Garret Toth; 2. Charles Sherby, Jr.; 3. Tyler Hawk; 4. Brian Wasson; 5. Joseph Peditto; 6. Andrew Johns; 7. B win. Dylan Brajkovich; 8. Angelo Manerchia, Jr.; 9. Damian Krause; 10. Andres Panata. VET A 1. Gregory Pamart; 2. Barry Carsten; 3. Gaylon Dickson; 4. Michael Bear; 5. Dave Green; 6. Marc Tiesler; 7. Sean Gillies; 8. Steven Sheckler; 9. Thomas Sebastian, Jr.; 10. Rich Jarvis. VET B 1. James Sanders; 2. Ethan Waybright; 3. George Gilmour; 4. James Muckel; 5. Samuel Aspinwall; 6. Danford Pessel; 7. Eric Frable; 8. Douglas Gosch; 9. Jeffery Groff; 10. Stephen Geary. VET C 1. Jose Decarvalho; 2. Peter Peters; 3. Mike Barnett; 4. Aparecido Silva; 5. Jason Lippincott; 6. Harold Deloach; 7. Corey Noll; 8. Michael Ferrara; 9. Robert Amey; 10. Brandon Hayes. 100L/125L 4 STROKE 1. David Skiles.

Eddie Clark races to the 50 Oil (4-6) win. XR 80 1. Kyle Snyder; 2. Devin Dierwechter. SUPERMINI 12-15 1. Dylan Brajkovich; 2. Tyler Hawk; 3. Andrew Johns; 4. Michael Anderson; 5. Zachary Donlin; 6. Tyler Conner; 7. Jason Chavez; 8. Max Stevey; 9. Andres Panata; 10. Bradley Roth. 125 A 1. Jeremy Cook; 2. Casey Clark; 3. Robert Garthe; 4. Benjamin Ritter; 5. Anthony Roth; 6. Charles Aughinbaugh; 7. Derek Wilt; 8. Lee Chavous; College 9. Eric Balawejder.

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25+B 1. James Sanders; 2. Ethan Waybright; 3. John Spotts; 4. Jeremy Kready; 5. Benjamin Hoffman; 6. Richard Jacobs; 7. Samuel Aspinwall; 8. Eric Frable. 4 STROKE 1. Benjamin Ritter; 2. Garret Toth; 3. Ryan Zimmerman; 4. Kerry Kaminskie; 5. Gary Radford; 6. Addison Kramer; 7. Tyler Witmer; 8. Tony Roth; 9. Tyler Hawk; 10. Jason Smith. 50 4-6 OIL 1. Edgar Clark; 2. Ryan Trevelise; 3. Andrew Cerniglia; 4. Andrew Brodbeck; 5. Jordan Jarvis; 6. Henry Scheetz; 7. Dustin Radford; 8. Ryder Wallace; 9. Colby Noll; 10. Davin Anderson; 11. David Alertson. 50 4-6 STOCK 1. Matias Janice; 2. Edgar Clark; 3. David Alertson; 4. Ryan Trevelise; 5. Cody Schaeffer; 6. Jordan Jarvis; 7. Robert Moore. 50 7-8 OIL 1. Riley Moran; 2. Jamis Perrotta.

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50 7-8 STOCK 1. Savion Terry; 2. Oscar Kelchner; 3. Dawson Magar; 4. Christopher Ford; 5. Trenton Poust; 6. Austin Bear; 7. Thomas Mossop; 8. Riley Moran; 9. Mason Groff; 10. Crystal Laul.

Trevelise; 8. Nathan Kreider; 9. Damian Krause; 10. Dalton Bonte. 85 14-15 1. Tyler Hawk; 2. Andrew Johns; 3. Zachery Warnock; 4. Max Stevey; 5. Daniel Lagreca; 6. Allan Schaeffer, III.; 7. Joshua Taylor; 8. James Kiesling. 85 7-11 1. Robert Piazza, Jr.; 2. Gregory Sidebothom; 3. Chase Miller; 4. Luke Palonicola; 5. Jacob Hartranft; 6. Matthew Mangine; 7. Sean Baxley; 8. Fred Kramer; 9. Tyler Betsch; 10. Cole Mizak. 85 JR MINI 9-13 1. Daryn Thompson; 2. Patrick Sharkey; 3. Luke Palonicola; 4. Robert Piazza, Jr.; 5. Gregory Sidebothom; 6. Robert Allen, Jr.; 7. Chase Miller; 8. Jacob Hartranft; 9. Bradley Williams; 10. Christian Major. A SENIOR A 1. Barry Carsten; 2. Dave Green; 3. Marc Tiesler; 4. Harlen Seiverling; 5. Brad Stepp; 6. Thomas Sebastian, Jr.; 7. Steven Sheckler; 8. Andrew Ujhelyi; 9. Tom Cutter; 10. John Lapusnak. B SENIOR B 40+ 1. George Gilmour; 2. Robert Moore; 3. Jeffrey Mull; 4. Mike Cepress; 5. Joseph Teller; 6. Angelo Manerchia, Sr.; 7. Danford Pessel; 8. David Fink; 9. Michael Erb; 10. John Thomas. COLLEGE BOY 1. Adam Blessing; 2. Phil Albertson; 3. Justin Frederick; 4. Larry Mutschler; 5. Curtis Baker; 6. Kyle Knapp; 7. Michael Tippin, Jr.; 8. Dean Smith; 9. Eric Balawejder; 10. Mark Alfano. JR 65 JR MINI 7-11 1. Brandon Hartranet; 2. Kenneth Venarchick; 3. Kevin Rivera; 4. Eric Vonada; 5. Ezra Deloach.

65 10-11 1. Addison Emmory, IV.; 2. Fred Kramer; 3. Michael Pettit; 4. Eric Vonada; 5. Sean Baxley; 6. Arie Reachard; 7. Kevin Rivera; 8. Ronald Perry; 9. Christian Gosch; 10. Brett Cox. 65 7-9 1. Brandon Hartranet; 2. Chase Miller; 3. Damian Thompson; 4. Sean Knoll; 5. David Vertucci; 6. Cole Gabel; 7. Matthew Boyer; 8. Kenneth Venarchick; 9. Jay Jajich; 10. Oscar Kelchner.

Zach Klaptosky(59) beats 50 other racers to the 125 C checkers.

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25+A 1. Gregory Pamart; 2. David Ginolfi; 3. Mark Waldele; 4. Michael Bear; 5. Jason Carroll; 6. Sean Gillies; 7. Erik Schuster; 8. James Wilkie; 9. Gaylon Dickson; 10. Onorino Fascelli.


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Doublin Gap MX May 13, 2007

Vet (Plus 30) A 1. Todd Selleck; 2. Michael Cahill; 3. Ron Nielsen.

Scott; 7. Shannon Weaver; 8. Shane Martin; 9. Joshua Black; 10. Zachary Smith.

Vet (Plus 30) B 1. Clint Early; 2. Ralph Edwards; 3. Scott Seal.

50 (4-6) 1. Logan Leitzel; 2. Caleb Keck; 3. Jarrett Frye; 4. Jared Mcgill; 5. Nathan Rocuskie; 6. Jo Myers Dalzell; 7. Gianni Lumadue; 8. Ryley Nield.

Vet (Plus 30) C 1. John Trindel; 2. Joseph Balas; 3. Jamie Smith; 4. Todd Mcfadden; 5. Michael Grejdus; 6. Jon Appleton. 60 (10-11) 1. Dillon Thomas; 2. Austin Littler; 3. Austin Toskov; 4. Jared Lesher; 5. Keith Lengle; 6. Dylan Blettner; 7. Cody Hipkins; 8. Jonathan Chyrsovergis; 9. Mitch Ostafin. Women 1. Haley Burke; 2. Sade Allender; 3. Karingtin Hess. 80 (14-15) 1. Austin Phelps; 2. Cody Lunceford; 3. Steven Good; 4. Derek Miller; 5. Brandon Mcmanus; 6. Austin Toomey; 7. Derek Garland; 8. Alex Eskins. 80 (12-13) 1. Kameron Page; 2. Ryan Zaveral; 3. Caleb Schachtler; 4. Kyle King; 5. Michael Cole; 6. Jordan Cote; 7. Zak Riden; 8. Cole Martin; 9. Stanley Bolen; 10. Perry Toskov. 80 (7-11) 1. Bobby Kinsley; 2. Dylan Derr; 3. Dillon Thomas; 4. Jared Lesher; 5. Dillon Finley; 6. Stephen Gretchen; 7. Austin Littler; 8. Mitch Ostafin; 9. Christhian Pinto; 10. Austin Toskov. 125 A 1. Derrick Wile; 2. Chad Muterspaugh; 3. Zachary Hill. 125 B 1. Broc Schmelyun; 2. Robert Moore; 3. Trevor Hoffeditz; 4. Michael Voorhees; 5. Ryan Acri; 6. Joshua Fisher; 7. Scott Seal; 8. Greg Hobbs; 9. Raymond Garges; 10. Haley Burke. 125 C 1. Austin Bixler; 2. Tyler Berger; 3. Thomas Nilan; 4. Dakota Yohe; 5. Joshua Villarreal; 6. Timothy

50 (7-8) 1. Dawson Evitts; 2. Alexander Guerrierie; 3. Mark Hushon; 4. Trevor Pritchard; 5. Scott Stockunas; 6. Jonathan Barber; 7. Daniel Griffiths; 8. Gage Solis; 9. Jackson Grove; 10. Scott Meshey. Super Mini (12-15) 1. Kameron Page; 2. Tony Archer; 3. Caleb Schachtler; 4. Tyler Berger; 5. Cody Lunceford; 6. Austin Phelps; 7. Derek Miller; 8. Jordan Cote; 9. Steven Good; 10. Austin Toomey. Junior Mini (9-13) 1. Bobby Kinsley; 2. Dylan Derr; 3. Kyle King; 4. Dillon Finley; 5. Michael Cole; 6. Mitch Ostafin; 7. Stephen Gretchen; 8. Perry Toskov; 9. Matthew Shutt; 10. Austin Toskov. Plus 25 A 1. Louis Hocker; 2. Michael Cahill; 3. Toby Baldauf; 4. Todd Selleck. Plus 25 B 1. Clint Early; 2. Scott Seal. Senior A 1. Scott Mcgill; 2. Allen Gavlak; 3. Bert Schulteis; 4. Ron Nielsen; 5. Thomas Nagle; 6. Rick Wenger. Senior B 1. Ralph Edwards; 2. Stephen Hoover; 3. Joseph Balas; 4. Edward Kerlin; 5. Stephen Burgard. 50 Oil Injected (4-6) 1. Logan Leitzel; 2. Nathan Rocuskie; 3. Caleb Keck; 4. Gianni Lumadue; 5. Gavin Evitts; 6. Ty Claycomb; 7. Jayden Shindel.

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School Boy 1. Broc Schmelyun; 2. Tony Archer; 3. Jacob Grove; 4. Michael Voorhees; 5. Joshua Fisher; 6. Dakota Yohe; 7. Austin Toomey; 8. Joshua Villarreal; 9. Adam Meshey; 10. Aaron Lease. College Boy 1. Benjamin Bixler; 2. Nick Johnsonn; 3. Austin Bixler; 4. Greg Hobbs; 5. Kevin Speelman; 6. Michael Kos. 250 A 1. Derrick Wile; 2. Chad Muterspaugh; 3. Toby Baldauf; 4. Zachary Hill; 5. Louis Hocker. 250 B 1. Todd Selleck; 2. Sam Archer. 250 C 1. Ted Merritts; 2. Norman Potter; 3. Jeremy Yagloski; 4. Michael Grejdus; 5. Joseph Conway; 6. Ryan Hoy. 60 (7-9) 1. Stephen Gretchen; 2. Justin Hushon; 3. Trentin Herrington; 4. Chase Miller; 5. Schae Thomas; 6. Paul Pinto; 7. Dalton Blettner; 8. Scott Stockunas; 9. Trevor Pritchard; 10. Dawson Evitts.

Cody Hipkins races his KTM at Doublin Gap.

Four Stroke Open 1. Broc J. Schmelyun; 2. Jordan Walker; 3. Nick Johnsonn; 4. Raymond Garges; 5. Ryan Acri; 6. Sam Archer; 7. Thomas Nilan; 8. Jacob Grove; 9. Scott Seal; 10. Jordan Stambaugh.

Jake Grove races to a third in Schoolboy.

Rick Wenger races Senior A.

Josh Villarreal is getting the big bikes dialed in.

Kyle King grabs a third in Junior Mini racing action.

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