In the last three years, at least seven riders have led laps by round 6. Will someone new lead laps at San Diego 2? Check out this and other tips and trivia.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC will continue to sponsor the GNCC series as well as the KRF/FAR Arrive-N-Ride Race Team for 2016. The Race Gas program will provide a $20 gift certificate to to all registered riders for each round they participate in.
The 2016 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Amateur National Motocross Championship season will consist of 55 Area Qualifiers, beginning on February 13-14 at MMX Racing in Marysville, CA. All riders at each Area Qualifier will receive a $10 gift card.
Round 2 is complete and the leaders are starting to appear in the Big 6 Grand Prix series. Blayne Thompson took 1st for the second round in a row in the WCGP Pro class. Debuting for Round 2, Trevor Stewart dominated the WCGP Pro II class for the win this weekend in Taft, CA.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Precision Concepts Race Team’s Robby Bell gives a firsthand account of racing in round 2. At one point, he had 1st within his sights, but a racing incident cost him time, and decreasing visibility forced him to ride safely for a 3rd.
Robby Bell and Justin Seeds fought through the pack to take 3rd and 4th at the second round of the 2016 Big 6 Grand Prix championship.
Ken Roczen took his first 450SX win in over a year, narrowly beating out Ryan Dungey. Christian Craig won in the 250SX West class after Cooper Webb took a spill while trying to pass.
Cody Webb battled it out with Colton Haaker to take the win at the 2016 King of the Motos, one of the most grueling enduro races imaginable.
Justin Morgan headed out to Lucerne Valley over the weekend to enter the King of the Motos hard enduro and braved the wind and rain to finish 12th.
Three riders have gotten their first 450SX wins in Phoenix: Tomac (2015), Barcia (2013) and Dungey (2010). Will we see a new 450SX winner on Saturday? Check out this and other trivia.