Check out the results of the third round of the Motocross League of America, held at the Silver Dollar MX track in Reynolds, GA.
David Haagsma (ATV Pro) and Taylor Robert (Motorcycle Pro) both bested the current points leaders in their respective classes. Beau Baron still continued his domination with 1st in the SXS Pro class. There were several shakeups in the overall 2nd and 3rd places for the Pro classes.
Kailub Russell continued his clear and undisputed dominance in the motorcycle XC1 Pro class. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s Josh Strang finished 3rd for the day and moved into 2nd overall for the season. In the ATV XC1 Pro class, Walker Fowler gained a victory and closed the points gap set by the season’s leader Chris Borich.
Without Ryan Villopoto in the mix, the 450MX championship was largely a battle between Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey, with impressive performances by Trey Canard, Eli Tomac and Brett Metcalfe as well. However, it was Roczen who stole the show with a rookie championship. Jeremy Martin dominated in 250MX, but Blake Baggett, Cooper Webb, Marvin Musquin, Justin Bogle and Christophe Pourcel also had great showings.
It was 1-1 sweeps for both classes at the Utah National on August 23. Trey Canard finished the season on a high note with the first 450MX victory of his career, and Jeremy Martin showed everyone why he is the champion of the 250MX class with a victory of his own. The day’s events also crowned Ken Roczen champion of the 450MX class.
Vegas to Reno, the longest off-road race in the United States, took place on August 15-16 on a course over 535 miles. Ricky Brabec and Robby Bell took 1st in the Open Pro class and have secured the championship. However, the UTV Pro 1900 class is seeing a heated competition in the top five spots.
While Trey Canard took another moto win this week, Ken Roczen won the overall and put himself well ahead of Ryan Dungey in championship points. In 250MX, Marvin Musquin celebrated another victory, though Jeremy Martin was able to secure his first championship and the #1 plate.
Fans of Trey Canard or Christophe Pourcel had plenty to celebrate at Unadilla as each of them posted a moto win. Ryan Dungey’s overall win has placed him within striking distance of Ken Roczen’s championship hopes in 450MX, while Jeremy Martin has practically solidified his championship in 250MX.
Straddleline ORV Park outside of McCleary, WA hosted Round 7 of WORCS. This woods course contrasts with the desert courses that are the staple of the series. However, currents point leaders Beau Baron and Gary Sutherlin managed to take wins for their respective classes.
Loretta Lynn’s is the preeminent amateur motocross event in the United States. Check out the results of each exciting race right here!