There were repeat winners in the Motorcycle Open Pro class (Ricky Brabec and Robby Bell) and the Quad Pro class (Jeff and Matt Hancock). The UTV 1900 Pro class saw 43 entries, with Branden Sims and Justin Krause placing 1st and winning a new Polaris RZR XP1000.
Chad Reed showed everyone that he’s still got it, taking the holeshot and speeding away with his first win of the season. In the 250s, Jeremy Martin worked his way up to the front and took 1st.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s popular Rally on the Rocks contest is currently accepting entries until March 31, 2015. Winners will enjoy a prize package that involves attending the Rally on the Rocks event in Moab, Utah.
STI Tire and Wheel is sponsoring the UTV World Championship in Laughlin this weekend February 19-21). They are also showing off the new Roctane XS tire.
The 2015 GNCC season will begin on March 7. As in years past, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC will have strong presence as a GNCC sponsor and through related programs.
Teammates Ryan Dungey (450SX) and Marvin Musquin (250SX East) stole the show at Arlington on Saturday night. Both nailed the holeshots and led every lap of the races for their respective classes.
Yamaha has introduced its latest development in the recreational UTV scene: the 2016 Wolverine R-Spec.
The first Area Qualifiers will be held February 14-15. For the first time, participants at all Area Qualifiers will receive a $10 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC gift card as part of the Race Gas program.
Check out this interview with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Racing’s pro rider Bracken Hall as he describes how he got into supercross and how he hopes the rest of the 2015 season goes for him.
Beau Baron took another win in the ATV Pro class, though an unfortunate turn in the SXS Pro class flipped his vehicle in the SXS Pro class, preventing him from catching up to David Haagsma, who took 1st. Robby Bell won in the Motorcycle Pro class.