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Dedication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2004 AMA Amateur Championship . . . . . . 130
Terms and Condtions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 FIM Motocross Grand Prix . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
On The Cover - Aubriana Dunn. . . . . . . . . . . 7 Supermoto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Motocross - Coming of Age . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Freestyle Motocross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Motocross America Exhibit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Canadian Motocross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
How to get started in Motocross . . . . . . . . . 10 2005 NMA World Mini GP . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174
Sponsorship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2004 NMA National Championship . . . . . . 200
Contingency Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 2005 Lake Whitney Spring Classic . . . . . . 206
Women in Motocross. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Mammoth Mountain Motocross . . . . . . . . . 217
Veteran Motocross. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 2004 Maxxis Endurocross . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218
Vintage Motocross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Sidecar Motocross. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219
Motocross Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Major Race Wins by Rider. . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
Mini-Moto and Pit Bikes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Motocross Data Acquisition . . . . . . . . . . . . 230
Promoters, Race Series, Organizations . . . 37 Racing Ministries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 232
AMA Rider Numbers - By Number . . . . . . . 41 Motocross - Off-Road Videos . . . . . . . . . . 236
AMA Rider Numbers - By Name . . . . . . . . . 45 Video Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250
2004 Outdoor National Results . . . . . . . . . . 49 Books. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 254
Outdoor National Preview 2005 . . . . . . . . . 56 Magazines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 258
Pro Rider Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Motocross Racing Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . 262
How to Qualify for a National . . . . . . . . . . 101 Track Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 270
Privateer Pursuits - The Wonder Warthog. 102 MRG Dealer Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 282
Supercross - Season Summary . . . . . . . . 104 New Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 344
Supercross Series Race Results. . . . . . . . 106 Products and Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 347
Supercross Final Point Standings . . . . . . . 112 2006 New Model Information . . . . . . . . . . 374
Return of the King . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 MRG Motocross Links . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 392
Biggest Little Stars in Supercross . . . . . . . 115
US Open 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

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4 Dedication
as the time and effort require to ride and race
Motocross Resource Guide 2005 competitively make us the exception to the norm.
Maybe there is a certain beauty in all that
– A Dedication
motocross requires. Maybe the “X” in extreme
should really be for exceptional. As athletes,
This copy of the Motocross Resource Guide competitors and friends the comradre and family
is dedicated to God. Our faith and beliefs are the in this sport is second to none the world over.
guiding principles that we hope help us to be bet- Thank each and every one of you for taking
ter parents, better people and maybe even better the time to make us part of your motocross fam-
racers. Motocross is a sport of great faith and ily. We value and appreciate your dedication to
beliefs. Watching top racers ride like they can this sport we love.
and make 200 pound motorcycles behave the After the last gate has dropped, after the last
way they do when they are competing makes it checkered flag has waved, after the sun has
hard for us to imagine so much skill and talent is started to set: Motocrosser's know they are
all just chance. unique among athlete's the world over, that's
This issue is also dedicated to Wolf and Mary what all those smiles are about!
Ann Heimers. As parents, grand-parents, sup-
porters and friends they have never wavered in See you at the “gate!”
their support of this grand scheme to do some- Richard, Susan and Savanna Witt
thing noteworthy, different and unique. They Motocross Marketing USA
have provided a safe and loving haven for their
daughter Susan, son-in-law Rick and their pre-
cious grand-daughter Savanna. Without their
understanding of our desire to travel an unfamil-
iar path Motocross Marketing USA and the
Motocross Resource Guide would not exist.
A special note to racers everywhere. On any
Sunday or Saturday the heartbeat of the sport of
motocross resonates from the practice tracks,
backwoods trails, deserts, strip mines and start-
ing lines for racers all around the world. For
those riders we offer up this guide. Information
about the sport of motocross, whether you want
to know who won at Loretta’s or the finishing
order from the Grand Prix at Namur, we have
that here for you.
Core motocross fans deserve one place to
find results, statistics, games, videos, books and
more, that’s what we hope to provide for you
here.

It’s a funny thing about dedication. For those


of us who participate in and around the sport of
motocross there is a dedication required and not
found in most other “sports”. The commitment in
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On The Cover - Aubriana Dunn 7
She’s Back! Faster than ever, Aubriana YZ250 to ride the dunes of Glamis. Dad Michelle Johnson, from
Dunn returns to motocross...If you have lowered and softened up the suspension so Mxgirlsracing.com, sponsored me with two
been passed on the track in Southern I could ride. I got on that thing and basical- YZ250F race bikes to pursue my 2005 race
California by a gorgeous blonde or ly taught myself how to ride a dirt bike. It season. Thanks to Mxgirls.com and my
stood awestruck by a women flying was love at first flight! Soon I discovered Mechanic Carter Gurnee, I will be able to
through the Glamis air doing tricks local tracks. I muscled a 250 for one year race all the WMA nationals and many other
most men only dream of. you’ve already realizing I would probably ride better on a exciting events. I just recently pulled off
seen Aubriana. Now enjoy her story of 125. What a difference size makes. something quite amazing. I was able to
passion, heart break and renewed dedi- Rudy Casteneda at ProPrept Racing in qualify for the Western 450 premier class at
cation. Escondido is responsible for my start in the 4-stroke national, which makes me the
Twenty one years ago on April 30, 1984 Motocross. Rudy encouraged me to pursue first woman ever to do so. I managed to do
gray rain clouds parted, the skies cleared my dream to race. He helped me in many it on my Mxgirlsracing.com/Thor Yamaha
and the sun burst forth a double rainbow. ways to understand the world of racing. My YZ250F race bike. I have the potential to
Another baby girl was born to Edward and mom would say “But, she’s a girl” and his run in the top five, I just need to smooth out
Kathleen Dunn, my proud parents. As they words still ring clear, “There is no difference and put it all together on race day. My train-
held me in awe, while looking out the mater- in gender when you have the desire and tal- er has made a big difference in my life the
nity room window of Sharp Hospital in San ent to race.” Rudy was my first sponsor and past few mouths. He has taught me that
Diego, Ca. they thanked God for my life and offered race bike preparation, parts, and dedication is the reword for success and if I
the many rainbows to come. I was born labor and financial support for which I am want to succeed I need to stay focused. I
blue, and almost suffocated from the umbil- forever thankful. He sponsored my first race have been doing some intense training and
ical cord wrapped around my neck. Mom at the 98 Mini Nationals at Barona Oaks, am really looking forward to completing this
says from that day forward I had a strong where I rode in the women’s class placing season.
will to live. I was determined to succeed in 4th. I have been very passionate about the
whatever I put my mind to. I was the middle In 2000, we entered the WMA Amateur sport of motocross and I am looking forward
child of five children, 4 girls and 1 boy. Nationals circuit. Once again, dad loaded to the promise of the future. My goal is to
It was not long before I sprouted wings. up the trailer and off we went with not much ride for the glory of God and to hone the tal-
Not the Angelic type, but rather wings for experience under our belts. We wound up ent God gave me. Motocross owns my soul.
flight, fright and mobility. At 9 months, I racing three rounds out of the five and had My objective is to obtain the sponsorship of
skipped the crawling stage and went from a blast doing it. I got 4th over all during that several individuals and/or businesses
tummy wiggling to running, running right series. Without much time in the saddle, enabling me to participate in the maximum
towards adrenaline based activities. The less than 1 year, WML bumped me up to the number of motocross (MX) races possible
need for speed was apparent early on. I Pro Class in 2001. The season went great! during the 2005 season. These include all
learned to swim before I could walk. During I became California State Champion and I the WMA outdoor Nationals, Las Vegas
my elementary years I spent my time took 6th over all in the WMA Nationals. In Woman’s SX MGM Grand, Las Vegas. NV,
exploring various Individual competitive addition, I earned “Rookie of the Year” Cycle Ranch, TX, Loretta Lynn’s Amateur
sports. I was riding Shetland ponies by five 2001. The next year, I started off strong Nationals, and many local races throughout
and jumping Arabians at ten. I competed on with great results. Regrettably, I broke my California.
the Fallbrook Swim Team and later the foot at Perris attempting to triple into the Aubriana has been seen in San Diego
Diving Team. Varsity Gymnastics and whoop section and went over the bars. I Off-Road, Revolt-in-Style Magazine,
Basketball were my favorite sports during earned National number 8 during 2002 race Cycle News, Moto PlayGround, Planet
Middle and High School. Skiing with my dad season. A highlight of 2002 was being a X-TV, XCorps TV, Racer X, Dirt Rider, MX
and snowboarding with my friends are life- rider for Team Green Kawasaki. It was a Racer, Dirt Bike, Sand Sports Magazine,
long activities that bring joy and excitement. wonderful experience riding for a large com- MotoNews.com and MXGirls.com.
But NOTHING compares to the world of pany. I learned responsibility, professional-
ism and team work. Unfortunately, while For pictures of Aubriana shredding the
motocross.
racing my heart out in Pennsylvania, I suf- Glamis dunes, go to
My passion for motocross started with
family camping trips to the Glamis Imperial fered a massive neck injury. In the middle of www.mxgirlsracing.com/AubriGlamis04
Sand Dunes. By the time I was four my dad the first moto, I over jumped an uphill dou-
Aubriana Dunn, #120 WMA Pro Rider, is
bought us kids three LT80’s. Every major ble affected my speed and timing for the
next jump. As I entered the face of the next represented and sponsored by Michele
holiday dad would take all of us kids out to Johnson of MXGirls.com. If you would
the Glamis Imperial Sand Dunes. At ten, I jump, I came up short and crashed head
first. Pumping with adrenalin, I jumped back like to sponsor Aubriana also, call Michele
graduated to a Warrior 350 electric four at 949.295.DIRT.
wheeler. My brother and I would fight over on the bike and finished the race. Shortly
who wanted to ride what. I always seemed after, I realized my neck and shoulders felt MXGirls.com is an awesome website
to get the raw end of the deal. My brother paralyzed and Kim Allessie took me to the showcasing women riders. Men and
was a better rider then me; therefore, I was ER. I flew home and remained unable to women alike enjoy MXGirls.com’s online-
always in competition with him. Everything ride for a long time. Two years later, time forums, interviews, product evaluations
he did I wanted to do better, but he always heals bad memories. I am thankful for the and lady’s apparel.
had me by a hair. The following year I encouragement and help of my two main
sponsors, MxGirlsRacing.com and Cover photograph by Bob McFadden of
proved to my dad that I could ride a dirt bike.
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He believed in my talent and provided an
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8 Motocross - Coming of Age
For young riders today thoughts of “the 70’s” might bring images of under his direction that races held under the guiding hand of the FIM
silly sit-coms, guitar solo laden rock ballads and motocross motorcycles (Federation International de Motoclisme) took place.
with little suspension, less power and riders with strange, European Since the AMA had over 100,000 members, 1,000 clubs and held
names. Yet, there is a subtle beauty, a pronounced innocence that exist- over 3,000 events a year, The FIM was easily persuaded that this was
ed in the world of motocross in the early 70’s. It is this period of the group that should be handling motocross racing in America. The
motocross history that we will look at in this issue of the Motocross AMA took over the reigns of motocross in America and sanctioned their
Resource Guide. first professional race in Ohio in 1971.
When thinking about motocross in the late 60’s and early 70’s keep Money, organizations and personalities are not always the best
in mind that the sport was new to America: New to riders, fans and pro- combinations in a new setting. By 1971 the AMA had developed their
moters. In the history books of motocross one man, one promoter, one Trans-AMA series and sent the trail-blazing Inter-Am series to the pits.
visionary will be heralded and perhaps chastised as helping give birth Realizing that perhaps Americans were ready for American champions
to the sport of motocross in the United States. His name is Edison Dye. the AMA took the top finishing rider in the Trans-Am series and made
There are endless stories about Mr. Dye and how he brought him America’s first national champion. That rider known the world over
European champions to America to help grow the sport of motocross as one of the most accomplished enduro riders in the history of that
and perhaps more importantly to help grow his own personal business sport took the title on a Rickman BSA(4). But in 1971 Dick Burleson
interests. There are also stories and tales of a wet, rainy Trans-AMA became the first American motocross national champion.
race that would signal the end to his race promoting career and place a There are stories galore about the demise of the Inter-Am and the
nasty scar across his unparalled involvement in the sport of motocross. rise of the Trans-Am. The AMA, with members and clout perhaps had
Our focus for this installment of motocross history is the period of time more to offer than Mr. Dye and his motocross show. Regardless, pro-
that proved to be the turning point for motocross in America. moters and races were now Trans-AMA events. Edison Dye would pro-
Motocross came of age in the early 1970’s. The world and the US mote Trans-AMA events until a rainy day in November, 1974. Officials
were struggling through some turbulent times. The sport stage was set of a race in Missouri were unable to secure the purse money from pro-
for something new, different and exciting. Motocross had all those moter Dye, canceling the event. The AMA would never allow Dye to
things plus enough European flash and flair to make it all the more promote another race. Edison had a motorcycle accessory business
appealing to riders looking for something more challenging than dirt until he retired in the 80’s. True followers of motocross look past this
tracks and deserts. hiccup in the career of Edison Dye and choose instead to focus on the
Edison Dye was born when motorcycles and automobiles were still incredible influence that his vision, his promotion and his spirit had on
struggling through their infancy, 1918. It would be fifty years later that the sport of motocross not just in the US but around the world. Dye
he would help put American motocross on the international map. Dye
would set a path for legendary promoters across the US. Perhaps it
was born in Iowa but grew up and lived in San Diego. A hot bed for rac-
was the structure and focus of the AMA that has helped so many to fol-
ing on two wheels and four. He worked during the Second World War
low in Dye’s footsteps.
as an engineer and by the end war was in charge of over 7,000 employ-
The West’s created a series that for years was the warm up to the
ees. A task that would no doubt help prepare him to step-father this
outdoor nationals, the Florida Winter-AMA series. There have been
fledgling sport.
promoters who have stepped into the international arena by hosting
In 1960, Dye headed to Europe and ran a motorcycle tour business
grand prix events. Gavin Trippe, helped set the American stage for rac-
taking trips to the Isle of Man TT races and all over Europe. While trav-
ing by bringing the hills of Carlsbad Raceway and Wide World of Sport
eling around the great continent he was exposed to the new sport of
to every young Motocrossers home every year in August.
motocross. At this time there weren’t many motorcycle manufacturers
Pete Weidner, Ward Robinson whose famed Unadilla circuit has
specializing in motocross motorcycles, but Dye sought out Husqvarna
and quickly became a major importer for these lighter, more agile rac- been compared to some of the finest motocross course around the
ing bikes. world, these promoters all benefit from the groundwork laid in the early
Off-road legend Malcolm Smith is often the rider most associated 70’s. Dave and Rita Coombs who single-handedly created a motocross
with the introduction of “Huskies” to America. He rode for Dye for six institution with the amateur national championships held every year at
years and few riders can compare in stature or prominence in the off- Loretta Lynn’s were also hosts those many years ago to the Inter-AM
road community. There was and only will ever be one, Malcolm Smith. riders and the European invasion of the US.
But while Malcolm was storming the deserts, Dye decided to bring some Motocross, like most motorsports, is a sport of growth, innovation,
of the top European riders over to the US. and inspiration. This is not a sport for the weak heart or the passion-
Edison founded the legendary Inter-Am series that pitted some of less soul. There is a pulse to motocross in America and around the
the best Grand Prix riders ever: Torsten Hallman, Joel Robert, Roger world. With every lap, every moto, every champagne covered podium
DeCoster, Dave Bickers, Ake Johnson against the raw talent pool of rid- there echoes the sound of voices from those early years, challenging
ers that was just beginning to develop in America. the sport to move forward.
Motocross was emerging as a sport to entertain the masses. As In retrospect those early riders, many still actively involved in the
early as 1969 even ABC and their Wide World of Sports would broad- sport no doubt have the ability to reflect on where the sport came from
cast a race from Massachusetts. A young rider named Barry Higgins and where it is today. But in those early years, the 70’s, few European
about a CZ would be the highest finishing American. (Barry now works riders and perhaps even fewer American riders had any true idea of the
with the KTM Junior Supercross Challenge and has his own dealership impact American Motocrossers would have on this once continental
in GA, some thirty-five years later). As the sport became more popular sport. It would take a few years and the guidance of some icons of the
it was only a matter of time before sanctioning bodies, politics and inter- sport, but American riders would soon become the best the world had
national intrigue would threaten to mess the whole thing up. to offer. Perhaps Edison Dye knew it those many years ago while
Through the middle of the 20th century the AMA (American watching Malcolm Smith carve the desert on his Husqvarna. Maybe it
Motorcyclist Association) had its dirt focus solely on flat track racing and was the young riders leaning over the fences at Carlsbad watching
the whole European motocross thing didn’t gather much interest from DeCoster, Mikkola, Wolsink and dreaming of the day when they would
the old guard at the AMA. be the best. Or probably it’s just as it has been for these two-hundred
As Edison Dye was making more and more money with his Inter- plus years, American’s just need to be the best. Part arrogance, part
AM series it didn’t take brain surgeons to figure out that the sport had pride, part racer, it is a heritage born from the passion of generations.
tremendous potential in the US. Wes Cooley had run an organization Where does the passion lead next?
called MICUS; the Motorcycle International Clubs of the US, and it was Next issue: Motocross, America the world beater.

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“Motocross America” Exhibit - The Motorcycle Hall of Fame 9
MOTORCYCLE HALL OF FAME Husqvarna, when American racers went A final section of the exhibit, the
MUSEUM CELEBRATES AMERICA’S from being apprentices to masters. “Racing Resource Center,” is a one-stop
ORIGINAL ACTION SPORT WITH Visitors can relive the triumphs and see hive of information for anyone with an
“MOTOCROSS AMERICA” EXHIBIT the machines of champions like Gary interest in competition. Here, visitors can
The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Bailey, the first American rider to beat a get a complete download of current com-
Museum, the premier museum of motor- European in competition and Roger petition machines, tips and tools for get-
cycling history in America, is bringing the DeCoster, who began his amazing ting started, data on AMA-sanctioned dis-
stories, legends and visual thrills of career during this period. tricts and rules, even details on where to
America’s original action sport to life with In “Expansion in America,” Museum learn riding basics.
the all-new “Motocross America.” The guests will encounter some of the mem- For an online tour of “Motocross
8,000 square foot exhibit, open through orable personalities who defined America” and upcoming events and spe-
the end of 2006, is the first-ever museum American motocross’ brash style. cial activities, please visit www.motorcy-
installation to chronicle the sport’s 80- Champions like Bob “Hurricane” Hannah, clemuseum.org.
year evolution from British grassroots known for his outgoing personality and
racing to today’s thunderous Superdome intense training regimen, became a role About the
spectacle. The exhibit features over 60 model for the younger generations of Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum
legendary motocross machines, hun- racers. Americans even started winning The goal of the Motorcycle Hall of
dreds of artifacts, and personal treasures on foreign territory with Brad Lackey Fame Museum is to tell the stories and
on loan from racing and industry stars, becoming the first American to take preserve the history of motorcycling.
rare original images and special interac- World Championship honors in 1982 on Located on the campus of the American
tive sections, such as a Motocross his Suzuki RN 500. This section of Motorcyclist Association in Pickerington,
Resource Center designed to help par- “Motocross America” also highlights the Ohio, the Motorcycle Hall of Fame hon-
ents and kids get involved in racing. sport’s youth movement and the prolifer- ors those who have contributed notably
“’Motocross America’” drops the start ation of mini bikes, such as a 1983 to the sport, and three major exhibition
gate on one of the most colorful and CR60R and a 1994 BM50 Cobra on dis- halls showcase the machines and mem-
intriguing sagas in motorcycling history,” play. orabilia that have shaped motorcycling.
said Mark Mederski, executive director, For an impressive look at the most The Museum is open from 9 a.m. to 5
Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum. “No famous names in American motocross p.m. daily; and is closed on New Year’s,
other form of motorcycle competition has history, the exhibit’s “Wall of Champions” Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
impacted and continues to influence and the “Hall of Heroes” pay tribute to rid- Adult admission is $10 per person; stu-
American culture quite as much, which ers who have proven themselves superi- dents 12 – 17, $3. AMA members $5.
makes this exhibit as entertaining as it is or throughout the years. Action-packed Seniors receive a $2 discount and mem-
educational.” photos, original magazine covers, artful bers of motorcycle clubs and organiza-
Visitors begin their “Motocross trophies and the marvelous motocross tions are eligible for a $1 discount per
America” experience by following the bikes that took many a checkered flag, all ticket. A $25.00 family rate and group
sport back to its humble beginnings. The make for an impressive reminder of the rates are also available. For more infor-
“Birth of Motocross” examines how talent represented in “Motocross mation, call (614) 856-2222, or visit the
British scrambles riders in the 1920s America.” Museum’s website at www.motorcy-
helped spread motocross—so dubbed by The “X-Dome” portion of the exhibit clemuseum.org.
Belgian journalist Jacque Ickx —to is a dynamic look at how Supercross pro-
Western Europe. Early motocross pelled the sport to international status, Source: Article courtesy of the Motorcycle
machines, such as the oldest bike on dis- thanks to equal parts athleticism and Hall of Fame.
play, a1954 Velocette 500 Scrambler, entertainment spectacle. Visitors can
showcase how racers applied simple trace the rise of such icons as Jeremy
modifications to transform road bikes into “Showtime” McGrath, whose signature
dirt bikes. And, authentic gear, such as “Nac-Nac” stunt opened the door to
modified leather lineman’s boots, signal today’s increasingly gravity-defying
how creativity—not technology—helped freestyle motocross variants.
riders up the protection ante early on. The “Technology” section of the
While the cult of motocross grew exhibit provides a retrospective of just
steadily during its first four decades and how dramatically motorcycles, compo-
a technology revolution spawned the age nents, protective gear and apparel have
of two-strokes, it wasn’t until a young evolved. In addition to seeing extreme
Swede named Torsten Hallman began examples of just how advanced today’s
racing in the U.S. in 1966 that American materials and gear are compared to
attention was sparked. The exhibit’s equipment like early foam and cloth
“Motocross Comes to America” section chest protectors, visitors can try them on
celebrates the era of Hallman and for size.

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9 How to Get Started in Motocross
How to get started in Motocross families are more than happy to discuss their trials and tribu-
Part One – Getting “the bug” lations about how they got started in the sport.
Once you have searched around, done your homework
and know what type of equipment you are going to purchase,
Motocross is not one of those sports you decide on a make certain that you have a practice plan. Depending upon
sunny Sunday afternoon to run to the park and play with your the part of the country you live in it is getting difficult to just
friends. While it might be more difficult in some aspects to get head out into the woods to practice your motocross skills
started in the sport, rest assured that there are few challenges before you take to the track on Sunday.
anyone, whether they are five or fifty, can undertake that can Find the local tracks and determine if they have practice
be so rewarding. days. If you are fortunate enough to live in an area with
Maybe you sat and watched the latest supercross or out- access to the wide open spaces just remember that there is a
door national on television and you said to yourself, “Hey, I can big difference between cruising cow paths and fire roads and
do that”, or maybe my kids would like to do that. racing on a motocross track. If you have never ridden before
If you have never been to an actual event, do that first. If you might want to look into taking a dirt rider course from the
you or one of your children wants to start racing then an even MSF (Motorcycle Safety Foundation). You can find informa-
better idea is to find a local amateur event and go to one of tion on their website and dealers sometimes also sponsor
those. You can find schedules for local races online, in Cycle schools in their local areas.
News and usually at a local motorcycle dealer. If you have a child who wants to go racing then the situation
Once you get to the races make sure you take the time to becomes a little more challenging.
watch not only the races, but the interaction of the riders, the First, they should be able to ride a bicycle. That will help
families, friends and crews. Motocross for younger riders with their balance and depending upon their age some of the
requires 100% parental participation. An eight year old cannot controls on mini-bikes mimic the brake controls on a bicycle.
afford a motorcycle, gear, tow vehicle, nor do they usually If they are a little older then they will need to learn how to use
have the resources to get themselves to the track. Parents the clutch and how to shift gears, things like that. For a first
are an absolute necessity for motocross. If your children want time ride the best area is a huge open space where they can
to start racing there are few sports that foster the same com- feel comfortable that they won’t run into anything and doing it
radery and friendship that can be fond with the motocross on dirt will make it a little easier if they need to “fall over”.
community. One of the hardest things for racers and for racers parents
Now you come home from race day. If you have the race to deal with is patience. In the beginning there is never
bug really bad you probably cruise the internet looking for enough. As a racer you almost always want to be faster, to
information about the best bike to buy, what type of gear to jump further, to finish better. As a racer parent you want the
wear, how to become a national champion; important things same thing for you children.
like that. Everyone has their own skill level. Some of us might well
Those are all excellent steps towards becoming a be destined to be the next Ricky Carmichael or Chad Reed,
motocrosser. This is not a sport for the idle weekender. You some of us are not.
will make a substantial invest in equipment and resources to As you begin the journey that is motocross there is a real-
compete at even the entry level. Passion is important for you ity check that takes place early in every riders racing career,
as a rider, for you as a parent. The sport requires dedication whether mini rider or veteran. You know how fast you feel
in varying degrees depending on the goals you have set out comfortable to go. Work within that guideline. It is pretty
for yourself in the sport. amazing what the mind has the capacity to let us know
If you want to ride and race just for the fun of it, you will whether we want to hear it or not. One of the best rules in
find a level of leisure exists within motocross that allows you motocross and in many things is, if you’re not sure, don’t. It
to enjoy the compition and spirit of the sport without having to will be much better to try that big infield double after you’ve
train six days a week or spend countless hours and even more cleared a few smaller singles than to go out and do something
dollars extracting every extra horsepower out of your new your skill level is not ready to support.
motocross machine. There are great challenges and satisfaction to be had
However; if you have a son or daughter who shows that from the sport of motocross. It does require some homework,
spark, who can carry a corner a little faster than most their dedication and passion to pursue the sport at even its most
age, then you will have to evaluate where their path lies with- fundamental level. But that is what sets it apart from so many
in the world of amateur motocross. other of today’s games. Motocross is not for everyone, but by
There are countless websites that offer message boards taking the right steps and making intelligent choices
full of information, some helpful, some not, about the choices motocross can be the perfect sport for you, your children, and
you should make when you start racing motocross. your family.
For yourself or your children the best source for informa-
tion is and always will be from the other riders and parents that
you see at the track every week. They have been the ones
who have had to work on the bikes and deal with the issues of
racing every week. You will find most motocross racers and

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Sponsorship 11
service when companies look at what type less podium appearances and tons of TV
Motocross Sponsorship of business you can bring to them. If you coverage.
The Money Pit! want to be paid and treated like a profes- That’s what a sponsor wants. They
sional then it is essential that you speak, want people to see their products and com-
If there is one issue that scares so act, walk, talk, ride, race, and represent like pany, associate it with a top performing
many riders, owners, crews, etc within the on. rider (athlete) and carry that with them
motorsports community it is that one word, So is that enough to scare you away when they go into the store to spend their
sponsorship. from looking for the big corporate sponsor? money. That’s it. Now, ask yourself if what
For thousands of racers across the It shouldn’t be. In reality, however, most you do for your sponsors gives them that
country each year the quest for the spon- riders at the club level are not even looking same fuzzy, profit and sales generating
sor dollar can be almost as intense and for sponsorship. They think they are, they feeling as well?
challenging as racing itself. Sponsorship is like to call it that, but when it comes down Sponsorships and support are not
the search for someone who will believe in to it the majority of riders are looking for easy to get and should not be taken lightly.
you enough and your marketability that support. If you are going to pursue racing as a busi-
they will spend their hard earned money to It is probably a battle of semantics in ness endeavor then prepare yourself for
help you pursue something you love to do. some regards but the differentiation should the cold hard facts of profit that drive the
(most of the time). be very clear. If at the end of the month or business world.
For riders at the pinnacle of any motor- the quarter you get a nice fat check in the On the other hand if you only race for
sport the quest for a sponsor involves pro- mail with your name on it, you are spon- fun and don’t think you deserve a sponsor,
posals and marketing plans and month’s sored. If at the end of the month you can think again. Every company wants expo-
even years of preparation to get the right go down to Joe’s MX shop and buy your sure and the beauty of supporting riders is
program off the ground. Even within the parts for cost or a little above then you are that they get some advertising and you get
sport of motocross there are sponsors who supported. a great deal on gear, parts, et al.
spend millions of dollars to have their Riders should be willing to make some You do need the same thing that the
names on haulers, riders, tank decals, t- very specific distinctions between the two. big teams do. Only on a smaller scale.
shirts, and the like. Not that both aren’t welcome additions to a You need a professional resume. If you
The tragedy of sponsorship is that riders racing plan, it just means that some don’t know how or don’t have the skills to
there is never enough money to go around. care should be taken when selling the lim- do this yourself hire someone who can.
Companies typically budget so much ited space Motocrossers have available They are out there and can make you look
money for advertising, marketing and pro- and how you acknowledge them. great on paper. If you are looking for some
motion and if your name isn’t on one of Listing every company that ever gave expert/pro level sponsorship then you bet-
those lists, no $$$ for you. you a break on a set of bars or grips on an ter have a proposal kit. Race resume, per-
There are some very important points entry form might look great, but it means lit- sonal history, pictures of you, the bike(s),
to remember before you even approach a tle to them if you aren’t posting good hauler-trailer, etc, and while it might seem
company or an individual about sponsor- results, getting your picture in Cycle News like a good idea to have a kit that is 10-20-
ship. The first and most difficult thing any or interviewing with the local paper each 30 pages long, if you don’t capture some-
rider needs to do before looking for corpo- week. As a rider moves up through the rac- one’s attention in the first thirty seconds
rate endorsement is to look at themselves. ing ranks to expert or pro should be acute- your information is going to follow the
Be honest and assess what it is that you as ly aware of how they sell the space they morning bagel into the round file.
a rider have to offer a company in return for have available. That means more than just Twenty years ago sponsors didn’t
their endorsement of you. When you start on the bike or the hauler, that also means have the internet and all the resources that
talking about serious sponsorship dollars, the space they might get during pre or post are available now. For a lot of riders their
companies are looking for someone who race interviews when you have the oppor- best source for getting the word out to com-
represents them well, whose equipment, tunity to mention their sponsors. panies is www.sponsorhouse.com. They
signage, etc. are professionally prepared What do sponsors want? They want to give companies information in a standard
and maintained. Could you stand in front of see that they money and/or support they format so that they can view the rider’s
a group of 300 company employees and are giving to a rider is having a positive results and accomplishments and not get
talk about your race season and how impact on the impression consumers have caught up in glossy paper and fancy fonts.
important their company’s contribution was or their product and company. The service, for what you get, is a bargain.
to you? This supercross season and outdoor If you sat down and figured out the cost
If you are thinking about seeking a sig- national season is the perfect example. and time it would take to get just your
nificant sponsor for your blossoming super- Who do you see with a big rig, set up in the resume out to all the companies on spon-
cross career you need to keep those things pits, showing off their power tools and sorhouse, the postage alone would pay for
in mind. The jump to corporate support accessories? Who do you hear being the fee.
doesn’t just mean you get to cash the thanked during every post race interview, SponsorHouse is not going to get you
check. Companies, the marketing and and whose decals do you see on the bike, in the door of your local dealer. That is a
maybe more importantly their finance peo- uniforms and haulers for Team Suzuki this visit you need to make yourself. Dress
ple look at what kind of ROI you will bring. year. Makita. They have made a strong nicely; suits are good, not mandatory, but
That is their return on investment, and you presence with their support of Team Suzuki remember the professionalism thing, it is
may feel humble to be included with the this year and been rewarded with a world very, very important when you present
new copier, the billboard ads, and the lawn and AMA supercross title as well as count- yourself in a business setting. It’s ok to be

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covered with mud and sweat after your second moto, make a www.mxedge.com
good impression when you walk in the owner’s office door. www.motorsports-marketing.com
Sponsorship is not about being a fake. It is about being a www.sportlaw.ca
business professional. If you are working your racing as a career www.globalsportsmgmt.com
then you need to be career minded in the way your approach peo- www.jedsports.com
ple and businesses outside the sport. www.mwmsports.co.uk
While it is easy or at least easier to approach bike shops, www.motorsportspr.com
dealers, etc about sponsorship and support, if you are going after www.highprofilepr.com
companies that are not in “the industry” make sure you do their www.sportsbusinessjournal.com
homework for them before you walk in the door. www.justmarketing.com
It’s great to get in the door of Louey’s Vacuum Cleaner sales www.racefree.com
and he is all excited because he just watched backflips at the X- www.bangracing.com
games all weekend, just make certain that you do a good job of www.motocrossuniversity.com
educating the business owners about the sport and what it will www.motocrossguru.com
mean to them. Get numbers, statistics, TV ratings all the info you
think you might need. Don’t go in and spew numbers out for half
an hour, but have the data available and be aware of it so you can
answer questions. Most companies don’t expect you to be an
expert at every level, but your passion and drive to succeed with
show in the amount of preparation you have already done.
So, go sign up with sponsorhouse.com. Get a professional-
ly prepared resume. Have a good photographer, not your little sis-
ter; take some pictures, preferably digital of you in your gear with
big at the track etc. The more pictures the better, makes it easier
to pick the good ones. If you have trouble speaking in front of
groups, start practicing with you family and friends. Not sure how
to talk to a TV camera, have you dad interview you with the cam-
corder after you second moto next time.
Be serious, be committed and be professional. Sounds like
it’s taking some of the fun out of racing but really your just work-
ing to relive some of the pressures that come with supporting this
expensive habit. You never know, it could be you driving down the
road in that big “Tool Time” hauler next year. Good Luck!

Links for motorsports sponsorship and related information:

www.sponsorhouse.com
www.wonderwarthogracing.com
www.motocross-racing-tips.com
www.ieg.com
www.teamvrm.com
www.motocross.com
www.powersponsor.com
www.sponsorshipsecrets.com
www.saxtonsponsormarket.com
www.hpm-inc.com
www.Atlasbooks.com “The Great Money Hunt” Andrew Waite
www.speedtechinteractive.com
www.motorsportspr.com
www.joycejulius.com
www.getasponsor.com
www.motorsportsmanagement.com
www.motocrossmarketingusa.com
www.sponsor-service.com
www.victorymotorsportsmktg.com
www.elliottmarketing.com
www.fusesports.com
www.garrettsports.com
www.h5sports.com
www.omsltd.com
www.thefamilie.com

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Contingency Programs 13
Every major manufacturer in the sport of motocross has a contingency pro- Polaris
gram that rewards the riders who use their products.
Different companies have different guidelines and rules for how their contin- Contact your dealer for contingency information.
gency awards are disbursed. Polaris Industries Inc.
As a rule, in order for a rider to claim a manufacturers contingency they need 2100 Highway 55
to be compete in an event listed on the manufacturers contingency schedule and the Medina, MN 55340
motorcycle they are riding must be a current year or no older than the previous year Phone: 763.417.8650
model. The rider must also register his motorcycle for the contingency plan before www.polarisindustries.com
competing in any of the scheduled contingency paying events.
Amateur riders are awarded with "bonus bucks" which allow them to purchase
items at their local dealers. Professional riders are paid cold, hard cash. Polini
Since the number of events that a manufacturer may provide contingency Contact your dealer for contingency information.
money for varies somewhat from company to company there are two excellent Website: www.50ccMotocross.com
resources you can use to find the most up-to-date information.
First, check the internet. Several manufacturers post their contingency sched- Polini
ules in .pdf format that you can download and print as often as you like. Perhaps a Action Racing North America, Inc,.
more important resource for an up-and-coming rider is their local dealer. Finding a 6063 Janes Lane
good dealer who knows the ins-and-outs of the contingency program and that can Naples, Florida 34109
help guide you and provide you with all the necessary information is invaluable. Phone: 239.566.9666
Be sure to check at the track and the trade publications as more and more Fax: 239.566.2220
after-market suppliers are beginning to offer contingency based programs as well. Suzuki
Website: https://contingency.suzukicycles.com/Motocross/Contingency/
Contingency Program Providers
American Suzuki Motor Corp.
Cobra Attn: M/C Contingency
P.O. Box 1100
Contact your local Cobra dealer for specific contingency details. Brea, CA 92822-1100
Website: www.cobramotorcycle.com Phone: 714.572.1490 Customer Service

Cobra Motorcycle Mfg, Inc. Winnebago


11511 Springfield Road
Website: http://www.winnebagoind.com/html/lifestyle/motorsports/contingencies.html
North Lima, OH 44452
Phone: 330.549.9600 For information on how to join the Winnebago Motorsports Team phone
Fax: 330.549.9605 1.800.643.4892
Gas Gas Winnebago Industries Specialty Markets
Attn: Kate Hampton
Contact your local dealer for up-to-date contingency information
605 West Crystal Lake Road
www.Gasgas.com Forest City, IA 50436

Honda Yamaha
Website: www.hondaredriders.com/community/contingencyschedule.asp
Website: http://www.yamaha-motor.com/sport/events/contingency_yz.aspx
Red Rider Rewards Program
American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A.
1919 Torrance Blvd., M/S 100-4C-3B Attn: Contingency Programs
Torrance, CA 90501 6555 Katella Avenue
Cypress, CA 90630-5101
Red Rider Rewards Hotline: 310.781.5111 714.761.7300 - main number
Husqvarna Contingency Contact
Phone: 714.761.7509
Website: www.husqvarnausa.com
Fax: 714.229.7974
E-Mail: racingcontingency@yamaha-motor.com
Corporate Address
Husqvarna USA - Cagiva USA, Inc.
2300 Maryland Road
Willow Grove, PA 19090
A few other companies to check about programs:
Phone: 215.830.3300 Main Number Dunlop: Website: http://www.dunlopmotorcycle.com/racing_contingency.asp
Completed contingency claim forms may be faxed to 215.830.3301
Bridgestone:
Kawasaki http://www.motorcycle-karttires.com/
Bridgestone Americas Holding, Inc.
Website: http://www.kawasaki.com/kawasaki_aux/contingency/cont_mx_main.asp
535 Marriott Drive
Corporate Address Nashville, TN 37214
Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A.
PO Box 25252 Michelin: http://www.michelinsport.com/sport/home/en/home.jsp?lang=EN
Santa Ana, CA 92799-5252
Maxxix:
Phone: 949.460.5688 Customer Service
Website: http://www.maxxis.com/sponsorship/contingency_programs.asp
KTM Maxxis International- USA
Contact your local dealer for up-to-date contingency information 545 Old Peachtree Road
Suwanee, GA 30024 USA
Corporate Address Toll Free: 800.4.MAXXIS
KTM Sport Motorcycles Telephone: 770.962.8229
1119 Milan Avenue Fax: 770.962.7705
Amherst, OH 44001
440.985.3553 Main Number
Website: www.ktm.com

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14 Women In Motocross
Sponsors: BlueStarrMX.com, Yamaha, MSR, Scott USA, CTI, Alpinestars, FMF,
2005 AMA/WMA Enzo, Flying Kolors, K&N, Etnies, KMC Wheels, MSR, Linkincmx.com, The Agents,
Skaterade, Kicker, Dunlop, Alpinestars, Motorex Oils, Galfer Brakes, Sunstar
National Motocross Championship Schedule Sprockets, ProX Pistons & Clutches, Topar Triple Clamps, Fastway Footpegs,
Round #1 TekBolt, Carbon Fiber Works, 909, Voelker Research, J-Tech RMNetworks.com,
May 14-15 Glen Helen - San Bernardino, CA O'GIO, MotocrossAdventures.com, and Pro Clean
Round #2
May 20-22 Hangtown MX - Sacramento, CA
#6 Sheena Patterson
Bike: CR 250F
Round #3
Born: Paradise, CA
July 23-24 Thunder Valley MX - Lakewood, CO
Living: Dublin, CA
Round #4 Date of Birth: June 27, 1983
July 28-31 Washougal MX - Washougal, WA
Best Career Results:
Round #5 2003 AMA/WML Altex Computers National Pro Championship, 6th Place
Sept. 2-4 Steel City - Delmont, PA 2002 WML MX Championship Series, 6th Place
2002 WML International Pro Championship, 5th Place
2005 Arenacross World Finals 2001 WML MX Championship Series, 3rd Place
October 9 MGM Grand - Las Vegas, NV 2001 WML International Pro Championship, 3rd place
Seen: Racer X, Cycle News "Bike of the Stars", "Destination Danger" on the Travel
Channel, Motonews.com, Bluetorch TV on Fox Sports Network, AMA Magazine, MX
2005 WMA Pro Numbers America, Moto Fly Magazine
Lifetime Numbers are Designated by * Mechanic: Jody Patterson
Sponsors: UnBound Energy, Mdk Moto, MSR, Pro Cuircut, Bridgestone. Gaerne,
4 Sarah Whitmore * 81 Alison Jones Concord Motorsports, Pro Taper, Scott, EVS, Xtreme Angle, Aplied, Pro -x and Pro
6 Sheena Patterson * 87 Alisa Nix Clean 1000
7 Jacki Short * 88 April Zastrow
8 Jessica Gebhardt * 99 Alex Haupt *
11 Shiri Howell 105 Tania Satchwell *
#7 Jacki Short
12 Ashley Boham 100 Kelly Spring Bike: CRF 250
13 Philo Petricig 110 Steffi Laier * Born: Houston, TX
14 Kaide Garrett * 112 Katherine Sokacz Living: Murrieta, CA
15 Jessica Foster 113 Laurie Squirrell Date of Birth: February 24, 1984
16 Jenny Krick 120 Aubriana Dunn Best Career Results:
17 Jessica Snyder 138 Kelly Longwell 2004 WMA National Pro Championship, Glen Helen, 4th Place
19 Livia Lancelot 139 Danni Russell 2002 WML Pro Championship Series, 5th Place
20 Tamra Madden 155 Tamara Gray 2002 WML Pro International Championship, 7th Place
21 Birgit Lemp 158 Taryn Covington 2001 Pro Circuit Series Women's Champion
22 Tanya Elbers 177 Jill Carter 2000 WML Pro Championship Series, 4th Place
23 Bonnie Dwyer 211 Stefy Bau * Seen: Racer X, 2 Wheel Tuesday, Playground Magazine, Southern Dirt Bike
25 Joanna Fake 245 Jessye Davis * Magazine, Cycle News, "She Sport" on Fox Sports Network, ESPN, Truck Trendz
26 Jennifer Caputo 250 Jessica Patterson * Magazine
27 Camille Baker 318 Penni Cyrus Mechanic: Tom Hudson and Andrew Short
30 Sharlin Humphreys 321 Marisa Hampshire * Sponsors: Subway Coca Cola Honda, and Answer
31 Dorene Payne-Vacchier 389 Elien De Winter
32 June Skyette 413 Heather Williams
33 Elizabeth Bash * 501 Anine Akre #8 Jessica Gebhardt
34 Gloria Decarli 517 Mickey Gonzalez
41 Elin Mann 527 Jamie Pamintuan Bike: RMZ 250
45 Maria Karlsson 552 Normajean Jean Born: Germany
50 Lisa Irwin 774 Sherri Cruse Living: Ebenburg, PA
54 Emily Norton 869 Michelle Skender Date of Birth: May 16, 1981
63 Jolene Van Vugt * 913 Traci Fleming Best Career Results:
68 Tarah Gieger * 934 Kirsten Raemisch 2004 WMA Pro Championship Series, Monster Mountain, 4th Place
76 Saya Suzuki 2004 WMA Pro Championship Series, Steel City, 3rd Place
2003 WMA Pro Championship Series, Steel City, 5th Place
WMA Pro Bios 2002 Uringe Cup - Stockholm, Sweden 1st place
2002 Stockholmcrossen - Arlanda, Sweden 1st place
Ordered According to Pro Numbers
#4 Sarah Whitmore Seen: MCE Aktuell, ADMV-Magazin, Swedish MX Magazin, Speed Magazine, MDR-
TV, ORB-TV, and Racer X
Bike: YZ 125 Mechanic: Christopher Baldwin
Born: Cheboygan, MI Sponsors: Scott USA, MSR, Vortex, Oxtar Boots, Pro Clean 1000, Pro Action
Living: Cheboygan, MI Suspension, Vortex, Acerbis, Dunlop, William "Bill" Maher (Personal Trainer), Silent
Date of Birth: July 26, 1984 Sport DecalWorks, M2R Helmets, Vertex Pistons, Twin air, Pro Wheel, and Regina
Note: Writes a monthly column in RacerX USA.
Best Career Results: # 11Shiri Howel
2004 WMA National Pro Championship, Glen Helen, 1st Place
2003 AMA/WML Altex Computers MX Championship Series, 2nd Place 2003 Loretta Bike: KX 125
Lynn's Women's (105cc+) Champion Born: Spokane, WA
2003 WML International Pro Championship, 2nd Place Living: Spokane, WA
2002 Loretta Lynn's Championship, Women's 125cc, 2nd Place Date of Birth: June 27, 1987
1998 and 1999 Loretta Lynn's Championship, Women's 12-15 Champion
Best Career Results:
Seen: espn2, Sports Illustrated for Women, Racer X, Transworld Motocross,
2003 AMA/WML Washougal National Championship, Am & Mini Champion
Motocross Action, "GKA" Fuel TV, 2 Wheel Tuesday - Speed Channel, Travis and the
2003 AMA Loretta Lynn's Women's 80cc-105cc, 5th place
Nitro Circus 2 Video, Gromagedan Video, Mini Warriors 2 Video, and Racer X -
2003 AMA Loretta Lynn's Women's 105cc +, 11th place
Sarah Smile Monthly Column
2003 PRO Northwest Series Women's Champion
Mechanic: Terry Whitmore
2003 PRO Northwest Series Supermini, 2nd place

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Living: Olympia, WA
Seen: Motorsports news, Cycle World, Las Vegas News Paper, Spokesman Review Date of Birth: June 12, 1986
Mechanic: Matt Howell
Sponsors: Specialty Kawasaki, Novation Suspension, Answer Racing, Silkolene, Best Career Results:
Sunoco race fuel, Clark Oil company, Tsubaki, Excel rims, Protaper, Twinair filters, 2004 AMA/WMA National Pro MX Championship, Washougal, 6th Place
Extreme motorsports, and Race Signs 2004 AMA/WMA National Pro MX Championship, Hangtown, 10th place
2003 AMA/WML Amateur National Championship Washougal, 2nd Place
2003 Screwydilla Champion
#12 Ashley Boham Seen: Motorsports News
Mechanic: Dan Krick
Bike: CR 125 Sponsors: Scott USA, Yoshimura, Ready Filter, BBR Motorsports, Powersports
Born: Loveland, CO NW, Mom and Dad
Living: Loveland, CO
Date of Birth: July 18, 1984 #17 Jessica Snyder
Best Career Results: Bike: RMZ 250
2001 Loretta Lynn's Championship Women's (105+), 12th Place Born: Geneva, IL
2001 GNC Nationals Women's Div, 4th place Living: Elburn, IL
2000 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 1st Place Am Rd 4 Date of Birth: May 26, 1983
2000 SRAC's Woman Rider of the Year Best Career Results:
1999 SRAC's Woman Rider of the Year 2002 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 12th Place Pro
1997 SRAC's Woman Rider of the Year 2002 WML International Championship, 11th Place Pro
Seen: Cycle News, Colorado Wide Open (TV), SRAC Website, RMXA Website, 2001 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 27th Place Pro
Womens Sports And Fitness Magazine and Racer X 2001 Loretta Lynn's Women's (105cc +), 8th Place
Mechanic: John Boham 2000 Loretta Lynn's Women's (105cc +), 7th Place
Sponsors: Interstate Honda, Troy Lee Designs, Maxxis Tires, Spy Optic, FMF/ 909, 2000 Mini Olympics, Women's, 4th Place
MX Pro-Graphix, MX Photography, Pro Clean 1000, Race Tech, Excel Rims, RK Seen: Elle Magazine, Racer X Illustrated, MXGirls, Motonews.com, Cycle News,
Chains, Varner Motorsports, CTI Knee Braces, Two Rivers Racing and Red Bull and Cycle USA
#13 Philo Petricig Mechanic: Tom Wrenchwell
Sponsors: FirePoliceMX.com, AXO, Maxxis, N-Style, RG3, Temecula Motorsports,
Bike: Honda CRF 250R Suzuki, FMF, Varner Motorsports, M2R, Platinum 1, Scott USA, Renthal, Wiseco,
Born: Cicero, IL ASV, Duffs Shoes, IMS, PPG, Cycra, TheGaragePeople.com, Torco Oils,
Living: Maple Park, IL Cannondale Bicycles, Ferodo Racing Brakes, EVS, Bolt Motorcycle Hardware,
Date of Birth: January 16, 1988 Liquid Performance, Hinson Clutch Components, ZLT, Main Street Auto Collision
Best Career Results: Repair, KC Auto Body, Works Connection, VP Racing Fuels, Dirt Chik Clothing,
2004 Lake Whitney Spring National, Women's A, 5th Place Vortex Ignitions, Chrome, Schaefer Tracks and X-treme Angel
2002 Loretta Lynn's Championship Women's 80 -125, 3rd Place
2002 Loretta Lynn's Championship Women's 105 and up, 8th Place
#19 Livia Lancelot
Seen: Fuel TV, Dirt Rider Magazine, and Cycle USA Bike: YZ 125
Mechanic: Ken Dage Born: France
Sponsors: DGY, Decal Works, PEK, Maxxis, and Renthal Living: Legna, France
Date of Birth: February 11, 1988
#14 Kaide Garrett
Bike: YZ 250F Best Career Results:
Born: Fresno, CA 2004 Women¹s Junior French Champion
Living: Canyon Lake, CA 2003 Women's Junior French Champion
Date of Birth: May 3, 1985 2004 WMA Pro National, Steel City, 4th Place (first National ever raced)
Mechanic: Bruno Lancelot
Best Career Results:
Sponsors: Yamaha, Oxbow, Dunlop, Vemar helmets, Oxtar, Scott USA, One indus-
2004 WMA National Pro Championship Series, 5th overall
tries, Ipone, Afam, Asterisk, Ricci racing, Goby racing, and Doma.
2003 Mammoth Motocross, Women's Pro, 3rd Place
2001 WML Amateur National Champion #20 Tamra Madden
Seen: KaideGarrett.com, Fox Sports, ESPN2, Speed Channel, GKA - FUEL TV,
Bike: RM 125
MXGirls.com
Born: Phoenix, AZ
Mechanic: Milan Garrett
Living: Mesa, AZ
Sponsors: Champion Wheel Co., Sick Racing, Clawson Motorsports, Pro Clean
Date of Birth: July 6, 1983
1000, ODI, Project321.com, SIDI, Scott USA and Ready Racing
Best Career Results:
#15 Jessica Foster 2002 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 16th Place Pro
Bike: CRF 250 2002 WML International Championship, 19th Place Pro
Born: Ontario, CAN 2001 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 16th Place Pro
Living: Alberta, CAN 2001 WML International Championship, 15th Place Pro
Date of Birth: May 27, 1982 2000 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 2nd Place Am
Seen: Women's Sports & Fitness Magazine, Motonews.com, Women's MX News,
Best Career Results: Arizona Republic
2004 AMA/WMA Pro National Championship, 15th Place Mechanic: Mike Madden
2003 Canadian Ladies "A" Third Place Sponsors: Extreme Yamaha/Suzuki, Double "M" Racing, Motorcycle Accessory
2003 Canadian Ladies Too Trick Arenacross Champion Shop, Scott USA, Dunlop Tires
2002 Canadian Ladies "A" National Motocross Champion
2002 Alberta Provincial Champion
#21 Birgit Lemp
Seen: Ride-Elemental.com, Blackfootonline.com, MX Performance, IMX Magazine Bike: RM-Z 250
and Motonews.com Born: Germany
Mechanic: Martin Foster & Peter Keeping Living: Friedrichshafen, Germany
Sponsors: Blackfooot Honda Thor Racing, Ogio, Oakley Canada, Parts Canada, Date of Birth: December 28, 1980
Michilin, Ride-Elemental.com, HJC Helmets, Rude Girls Snowboard and Skateboard Best Career Results:
Shop, BRI Suspension, Evolved Nutrition, Preform-X Training and Conditioning, 2004 WMA International Championship, 6th Place Pro
Mom and Dad 2004 AMA-WMA National MX Championship Series Rd 2, 6th Place Pro
#16 Jenny Krick 2004 UFO Plast/ European Women's MX Cup, 4th Place Pro
Seen: WomensMXHistory.com
Bike: CR 125 #22 Mechanic: Norbert Lemp & Frank Schelkle
Born: Lancaster, PA

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Sponsors: Zachmann/Suzuki, Thor, On 2 Wheels, CTI, TRPro.com, #33 Elizabeth Bash
Scott USA, MOTOREX, Pirelli Tires, Fast Girl, Knitsch Beschriftung, Hamburger
Bike: KX 125
Reifen Tires, ZF-Schweiz/ZF of Switzerland and Wohnmobil Wochner
Born: Westminster, CA
#22 Tanya Elbers Living: Riverside, CA
Bike: RMZ 250 Date of Birth: June 23, 1986
Born: Bishop, CA Best Career Results:
Living: Bishop, CA 2003 Altex Computers WML Cup, 7th Place Pro
Date of Birth: March 18, 1987 2003 WML Women's Amateur Champion Hangtown National
2003 WML Women's Amateur Champion Glen Helen National
Best Career Results: 2003 Mammoth Mountain MX Womens Amateur Champion
Seen: Cycle News, Pinned Magazine, Racer X 2003 Mosier Valley Women's Amateur Champion
Mechanic: Ed Elbers 2002 Mammoth Mountain MX Women's Amateur Champion
Sponsors: Chapparal Motorsports, Troy Lee Designs, FMF, 909, Varner Seen: Team Green News, Mini Warriors 4, America's Passion on ABC in June,
Motorsports, Stomp Designs, ASV, Scott USA, Bel-Ray, Moto Tassinari, VP Racing Playground Magazine, MXRider.com and Final Lap
Fuels, Paiute Palace Casino, Bishop Paiute Tribal Council, No Toil and RG3 Mechanic: John Bash
Suspension. Sponsors: Team Green Kawasaki, Chaparral, Troy Lee Designs, Pro Circuit,
Renthal, RK Excel Chains, Acerbis, Nstyle,Scott, IMS, CTI2, Wiseco, Schmidt
#23 Bonnie Dwyer Performance, HRP, Dunlop, Maxima, ARC,PCS, Sealsavers, ProClean,
Bike: YZ 250F MXRider.com, Alpine Stars, Boyesen, Hansens, M2R and Socal Motocross Training
Born: Anaheim, CA
Living: Murietta, CA #34 Gloria Decarli
Date of Birth: April 3, 1964 Bike: CR 125
Best Career Results: Born: Italy
2002 CMC Golden State National, Women's Champion Living: Pergine Vals-TN, Italy
2001 AMA California State Motocross, Women's Pro Champion Date of Birth: July 28, 1979
2001 White Bros Vet World Championship, Women's Champion Best Career Results:
2000 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 7th Place Pro 2004 Women's Italian National, 3rd Place
Seen: Cycle News, WomensMXHistory.com 1998 Women's Italian National, 4th Place
Mechanic: Trenton Richards Seen: Motocross, Motosprint and other Italian magazines
Sponsors: Bills Pipes, Pro-Tec, Torco oils, VP racing Fuels, Scott USA, Troy Lee Mechanic: Stefano Tomasi "Tommy"
Designs, Enzo suspension, Kurt Hendricksen MX School Sponsors: AXO Sport, Porfidi Italia 2000
#26 Jennifer Caputo #41 Elin Mann
Bike: YZ 250F Bike: KTM 125
Living: Burbank, CA Born: Sweden
Date of Birth: February 9, 1971 Living: Kareby, Sweden
Sponsors: Maxxis, Shock Therapy, White Bros Date of Birth: August 9, 1986
#27 Camille Baker Best Career Results:
2004 UFO Plast/ European Women's MX Cup, 2nd Place Pro
Bike: KX 250F
2002 & 2001 RM Swedish Women's Champion
Born: Canada
2002 Drapslaget MX Sweden, 1st Place Women's Div
Living: British Columbia, CAN
2002 Mellansvenska Cupen Sweden, 1st Place Women's Div
Date of Birth: July 5, 1982
2002 Vreksta Racet Sweden, 1st Place Women's Div
Best Career Results: 2001 WML National Pro Championship, Broome-Tioga, 1st Place
2002 Canadian Women's Arenacross Champion 2001 WML International Pro Championship, 4th
2001 Canadian Women's Arenacross Champion Seen: MX Racer, Cycle News, Trials + Motocross News International,
1999 Western Canadian Women's Amateur Champion Motonews.com, MXgirls.com, MotorcycleUSA.com, TMXNews.co.uk,
Seen: Sister Cycle Magazine and CMRC Magazine MotoDeamons.com, MotoNews.com, MXLarge.com, Elinmann.com, Race Mc-Sport,
Mechanic: Tony Christie IB Motorsport, Kungälvsposten, Göteborgsposten
Sponsors: Spunkys Motorcycle Shop, Kawasaki Canada, Fox Canada, Sixsixone, Mechanic: Staffan Mann
Renthal, Parts Canada and Rach Tech Suspension Sponsors: SuperBike.se, Troy Lee Designs, KTM Sweden, Alpinestars, Pirelli,
Rohnisch.com
#30 Sharlin Humphreys
Bike: RM125 #45 Maria Karlsson
Born: Oceanside, CA National Number: 45
Living: San Luis Obispo, CA Bike: YZ 250F
Date of Birth: 05-20-83 Born: Ytterby, Gothenburg, Sweden
Living: Sollentuna, Stockholm, Sweden
Best Career Results: Date of Birth: May 16, 1977
2003 WML Amateur National, Hangtown, CA, 3rd Place Mechanic: Henry Romlin, Johan Bostom
2003 WML Amateur National, Glen Helen, CA, 3rd Place Sponsors: Yamaha, Springzz Suspension, EVS, Dubble Jumper Racing,
Mechanic: Mitch Cuomo Mandresa, IXS clothing, Shell oils, Oakley and Arai helmets
Sponsors: Alba Action Sports, ARC Levers

#32 June Skytte


Bike: RM 125
Born: Denmark
Living: Svendborg, Denmark
Date of Birth: December 17, 1976
Best Career Results:
2004 UFO Plast/ European Women's MX Cup, 8th Place Pro
Sponsors: Fairfield Cycle Center and Suzuki

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#50 Lisa Irwin #81 Alison Jones
Bike: YZ 250F Bike: CR 250F
Born: Victoria, Australia Born: Torrance, CA
Living: Geelong, Victoria Australia Living: Hesperia, CA
Date of Birth: October 9, 1971 Date of Birth: September 1, 2004
Best Career Results: Best Career Results:
2004 Australian Womans Motocross Championship, 1st 2004 WMA Amateur National Champion
2004 Victorian Thumpercross Championship, 1st Seen: ProRide.com, Final Lap, GKA, Hesperia Star and SXDirt.com
2003 Oceania International Championship, 1st Mechanic: Shawn Bushnell
2003 Australian 4 Stroke Nationals, 2nd Sponsors: One West Clothing, Scott USA, No-Toil, Z1R, My Family, All the local
2003 Victorian Thumpercross Championship, 2nd business who helped make winning the Amateur Championship a possibility.
Seen: Australasian Dirt Bike Magazine, MX Chicks, Dirt Action Magazine, MXTV
and FOX Sport
#87 Alisa Nix
Sponsors: Dunlop, Chads Offroad Setups, Fox, Scott, Peter Stevens M/C. Bike: YZ 250F
Born: Ukiah, CA
#63 Jolene Van Vugt Living: Ukiah, CA
Bike: RM 125 Date of Birth: July 28, 1989
Born: Ontario, Canada Best Career Results:
Living: Ontario, Canada 2004 WMA Amateur Championship, 3rd Place
Date of Birth: September 17, 1980 2004 Mammoth Motocross, 2nd Place Women's Amateur
Best Career Results: 2004 Loretta Lynn's National Championship, Womens 105cc +
2004 CMRC Ladies Ontario Provincial Champion Seen: Moto playground, Final Lap, Cycle News, Racer X Magazine, GKA/Fuel, and
2004 Walton Trans Can Grand National Championship 2nd ESPN
2004 CMX Ladies Canadian National Champion Mechanic: Jim Nix
2004 WMA Pro National Monster Mtn. AL. Round 4, 7th Sponsors: Thor, FMF, Scott Goggles, Enzo Suspension, Works Connection, RG3
2004 WMA Pro National Cohocton, N.Y. Round 5, 7th Triple Clamps, AMP MX, Lost Coast Motorcycles of Ukiah, and DeCal Works
2004 WMA Pro National Steel City, PA. Round 6, 7th #88 April Zastrow
2004 WMA Pro National Series 9th
2004 Z1R Helmets WMA Cup 16th Bike: YZ 250F
2003 Ladies Ontario Provincial Champion Born: Mountain Home, Idaho
2003 Walton Trans Can Grand National Championship, 2nd Living: Boise, Idaho
2003 CMX Canadian National, 2nd Place Women's Date of Birth: April 1, 1988
Seen: Racer X Canada Magazine, Inside Motorcycles Magazine, IMX Magazine, Best Career Results:
MX Performance Magazine, Motocross Unplugged Magazine and Racer X 2004 WMA Amateur Washougal National, 4th Place
Canada.com Mechanic: Stan Zastrow
Mechanic: Bill Van Vugt, Billy Van Vugt and Uncle D (Dutchy) Sponsors: Mirage Trailers, Fly Racing, Racin' Station, Renthal, Scott USA, and No-
Sponsors: Inglis Cycle Centre, OTSFF Motorsports, OGIO, Arnette, M2R Helmets, Toil
Fly Race Wear, Fulle Twisted, Outer Edge Industries, Pro-Tech Suspension, Tubend
Racing, Racer X Canada, 8 six six industries #99 Alex Haupt
Bike: KX 250F
#68 Tarah Gieger Born: Pößneck, GER
Bike: YZ 250F Living: Triptis, GER
Born: Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Date of Birth: June 3, 1986
Living: Puerto Rico & Florida
Best Career Results:
Date of Birth: September 18, 1985
2004 UFO Plast/ European Women's MX Cup, 3rd Place Pro
Best Career Results: 2003 Altex Computers WML Cup, 4th Place Pro
2004 Z1R Helmets/WMA Cup Pro Champion 2003 WML International Championship, 3rd Place Pro
2004 WMA Pro National Championship, 2nd Place 2003 WML Altex Computers National Pro Championship, 3rd Place
2004 Loretta Lynn's Women's Champion 2002 North Bavarian MX Pokal, 2nd Place GER
2003 Altex Computers WML Cup, 3rd Place Pro 2002 SX Cup Netherlands, 3rd place
2003 and 2002 Winter Olympics Women's Olympiad Champion Favorite 2001 North Bavarian 125cc Champion (men) GER
Seen: ESPN, GKA - Fuel TV, 2 Wheel Tuesday - Speed Channel, Transworld Seen: USA: RacerX, TransworldMX, Motorcross Action, Playground Magazine,
Motocross, Racer X, Final Lap Magazine, Playground Magazine, Nitro Circus 3 Cycle News, Team Green News, Applied Advertisements/ Catalog, UFO Plast
Video, and Grommegedon Video. Advertisements/ Catalog, Motonews.com, MXGirls.com, Womensmxhistory.com,
Mechanic: Bill Gieger sponsorhouse.com. Germany: alex-haupt99.de.vu, MotoX, MCE Magazine, Top
Sponsors: BlueStarrMX.com, Yamaha, Alpinestars, Etnies, KMC Wheels, MSR, Speed Magazine, MDR TV Channels, OTZ, TLZ, Allgemeiner Anzeiger, German
Linkincmx.com, The Agents, K&N, Skaterade, Kicker, Dunlop, Alpinestars, Motorex Radio Berlin, motocrossgirls.at.tt, Girls-motocross.de, motocrossx.de, mxworld.de
Oils, Galfer Brakes, Sunstar Sprockets, ProX Pistons & Clutches, Topar Triple Mechanic: Andreas Haupt and the Team Green Staff
Clamps, Fastway Footpegs, TekBolt, Carbon Fiber Works, FMF, 909, Voelker Sponsors: Kawasaki Team Green, UFO Plast, MG-Sport, Premier Helmets, M-
Research, RMNetworks.com, O'GIO, MotocrossAdventures.com, and Jenny CAX, Motorex Oils, Pro Circuit, Hinson Racing, Dunlop, Applied Racing, CTI2, RK
Leonard Web Design Chain/ Excel Rims, Renthal, ASV Inventions, O’gio, Pro Clean 1000, Scott USA,
Autohaus Haupt, MX Culture, SixSixOne, Engine-Ice, Kawasaki Pfeil, Stomp
#76 Saya Suzuki Designs, Sponsorhouse.com, and TRPro.com
Bike: RM 125
Born: Gunma, Japan #105 Tania Satchwell
Living: Gunma, Japan
Date of Birth: July 10, 1985 Bike: YZ 250F
Born: Napier, New Zealand
Best Career Results: Living: Denver, CO
2002 All Japan Ladies Champion Date of Birth: May 2, 1980
2001 BP Super Ladies Champion
2000 All Japan Ladies Champion Best Career Results:
2000 BP Super Ladies Champion 2004 WMA National Pro Championship, 3rd Place
1999 BP Super Ladies Champion 2004 WMA Championship, Washougal National, 2nd Place
Seen: Dirt Sports, Garrr, Dirt Cool 2002 WML National Championship 3rd Place
Mechanic: Forrest Green 2001 WML National Champion
Sponsors: SRF Sports, F.E.T. AXO Wear, Shoei, Swans Goggles, Westwood-661 Seven Time New Zealand Women's National Champion
products, and Zing Japan Seen: Espn2, Profiled on "GKA" for Fuel TV, Speed Channel, Racer X, Magazine,

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Transworld Motocross Magazine, Dirt Rider Magazine, Motonews.com, #120 Aubriana Dunn
RacerXill.com, and Transworldmx.com
Bike: YZ 250F
Mechanic: Joey Boisineau
Born: Fallbrook, CA
Sponsors: Excel Yamaha, Thor, Shoei, Alpinestars, Oakley, Sunstar, FMF, Dunlop,
Living: Fallbrook, CA
Fasst, and Fastway
Date of Birth: April 30, 1984
#100 Kelly Spring Best Career Results:
Bike: YZ 250F 2004 Cahuilla Creek Women's Pro, 1st place
Born: Boulder, CO 2002 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 8th place Pro
Living: Superior, CO Seen: San Diego Off-Road, Sand Sports Magazine, Revolt-in-Style Magazine,
Date of Birth: June 5, 1985 Cycle News, Moto PlayGround, Planet X-TV, XCorps TV, Racer X, Dirt Rider, MX
Racer, Dirt Bike, MotoNews.com, and MXGirls.com
Best Career Results:
Mechanic: Carter Gurnee
2004 4th at WMA Hangtown Amateur National
Sponsors: MXGirls Racing, Firepolicemx.com THOR Racing, MAXXIS, ZLT, Works
2004 RMXA Women's A Spring Series - Summer Series & District 25 Champion
Connection, Rocket Exhaust, Utopia, and No Toil
2003 RMXA Women's A Spring Series - Summer Series & District 25 Champion
2003 Rocky Mountain Amatuer National Brush - CO Women's Champion #138 Kelly Longwell
Seen: Go Fast Sports.com, Cycle News
Bike: CRF 250
Mechanic: Scott Spring
Born: Evergreen, CO
Sponsors: Colorado Powersports, Go Fast Sports, No Fear, Pro-Action
Living: Boulder, CO
Suspension, EVS, Spy Optics, M2R Helmets, and MX Photography
Date of Birth: January 20, 1984
#110 Steffi Laier Best Career Results:
Bike: KTM 125 2004 Colorado Hare Scramble Women's Champion
Born: Heidelberg, GER 2004 RMXA Supercross Women's Champion
Living: Dielheim, GER 2004 AMA/WMA Amateur Championship, Washougal, 3rd Place
Date of Birth: August 12, 1985 Seen: Motofly Magazine, ESPN 2
Mechanic: John Longwell
Best Career Results:
Sponsors: Sun Honda, SPY, Pirelli, Motorex, MSR, Relentless, EVS, Renthal, HRP
2004 UFO Plast/ European Women's MX Cup, 1st Place Pro
Sports, Twin Air, and Vans.
2003 AMA/WML Altex Computers National Pro Champion
2003 Altex Computers WML Cup Pro Champion #177 Jill Carter
2003 WML International Pro Champion Bike: YZ 125
2002 WML International Pro Champion Born: Colville, WA
2002 International Enduro Championships, 1st Place Women's Div Living: Stanwood, WA
2002 DMSB MX-Cup 125cc, 8th Place (men) GER Date of Birth: January 1, 1977
Seen: German TV, Moto X, WomensMXHistory.com, Motonews.com, Racer X,
Cycle News, MotoDemons.com, MCE aktuell, Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, Best Career Results:
motorcycleUSA.com, msc-odenheim.de, CycleNews.com 2004 WMA National Amateur Championship, Washougal, 5th Place
Mechanic: Hubert Laier and Steffen Musch 2004 WMA National Amateur Championship, Hangtown, 8th Place
Sponsors: Team KTM Musch, UFO-Italy, MG-Sport Germany, VANS, Pirelli, ADAC- 2003 WMA National Amateur Championship, Washougal, 6th Place
Nordbaden, Sport und Fitness Center Weber, KTM USA 2003 WMA National Amateur Championship, Glen Helen, 10th Place
Seen: ESPN2, Cycle News, Motorsports News
#112 Katherine Sokacz Mechanic: Garhett Carter
Bike: KX 250F Sponsors: Pro-Wheel Racing Components, Eastside Motosports, Dirt Chicks
Born: Hindsdale, IL Clothing Company
Living: Wheaton, IL #211 Stefy Bau
Date of Birth: July 18, 1986
Bike: CRF 250F
Best Career Results: Born: Milan, Italy
2004 WMA Amateur Championship, 5th place Living: Florida, USA
2004 Lincoln Trail Adult Track Champion Date of Birth: February 17, 1977
2004 Lincoln Trail Women's Champion
2004 District 17 2nd Place Women's Class Best Career Results:
2003 District 17 3rd place Women's Class 2003 Altex Computers WML Cup, 2nd Place Pro
Seen: Cycle USA, MidWest-Racing.com, Whitesokracing.com, KatieSokacz.com, 2002 & 1999 AMA-WML National Pro Champion
ReadsRacing.com and TeamVRM.com 2001 AMA-WML Outdoor MX Championship Series, 2nd Place
Mechanic: Pat Sokacz 2001 Loretta Lynn's Champion
Sponsors: DGY, Troy Lee Designs, EVS, Progrip, Arc Levers, Pro Clean, Engine 2000 WML Motocross Championship Series, 3rd Place
Ice, Computer Package Consultants, SoCal/DeCal, MX Girls, Acerbis USA, Team 1999 WML Ladies World Cup Champion
VRM, Michelin Tires, Mom and Dad Seven-Time Women's Italian National Champion
Seen: espn 2, 2 Wheel Tuesday, Motoworld, Racer X, 2003 National Program, Bel-
#113 Laurie Squirrell Ray Advertisements, Dirt Rider, MXA, MXgirls.com, Motonews.com, EA Sports
Bike: YZ 125 Supercross 2001 and Freekstyle Video Games, MXG TV, M2R catalog and
Born: England Stefybau.com
Living: Suffolk, England Mechanic: Looking for one
Date of Birth: March 13, 1988 Sponsors: American Honda, TOC (Tallahasse Ortophedic Clinic), M2R, Sunoco
Fuel, Braking, Stomp, Kicker, Ogio, White Brothers, Marzocchi suspension, Fastway,
Mechanic: Richard Squirrell
Hotcams, PivotWorks, Faast, JD ingintions, Vertex pistons, Devol DT1 Filters,
Sponsors: P & P Racing, So Cal
Dunlop, Honda Oils, Pro Clean, and Motion Pro.
#245 Jessye Davis
Bike: CR250F
Born: Columbia, MD
Living: Sykesville, MD
Date of Birth: June 3, 1986
Best Career Results:
2004 Loretta Lynn's Championship Women's, 4th place
2003 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, Steel City, 4th place 2003
AMA/WML Altex Computers National Pro Championship, 8th place 2002 WML
Outdoor National Championship Series, 2nd Place Amateur

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2002 Lake Whitney, Women's Amateur Champion Best Career Results:
Seen: GKA - Fuel TV, Playground, Racer X, Cycling East, and Cycle News 2004 Norwegian Champion
Mechanic: Patrick Coleman 2004 Swedish Championship Rd 4: No. 2
Sponsors: Fox, Spy, CDR, Talbot Honda, Ogio,Regina Usa, N-style, Tag, Asv and 2003 Gotland Grand National Enduro: No. 1
MarylandMotocross.com, Liquid Performance, and Lakeview Sports Plus 2003 Swedish Championship Rd 5: No. 2
2002 Gotland Grand National Enduro: No. 2
#250 Jessica Patterson 2001 Gotland Grand National Enduro: No. 3
Bike: CRF 250R Seen: Racer X, MXGirls.com, RACE, Racing, Budstikka, VG
Born: Tallahasse, FL Mechanic: Ole Ludvig Akre
Living: Tallahasse, FL Sponsors: Yamaha Motor Scandinavia, Valtra, Topaas og Haug, IXS, ARAI, Shell,
Date of Birth: September 14, 1983 Bridgestone, Nordgården, Tores Motorservice, Østlandsjord, Guriby
Best Career Results: Elektroentreprenør, Elfag
2004 WMA Pro National Champion #517 Mickey Gonzalez
2004 Lake Whitney Women's Champion Bike: RM 125
2004 GNC Women's Champion Born: Ulm, Germany
2004 Mammoth MX, Women's Champion Living: Colorado Springs, CO
2002 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 2nd Place Pro Date of Birth: April 19, 1964
1999, 2000, and 2002 Loretta Lynn Women's Champion
2000 WML Pro National Champion Best Career Results:
Seen: GKA/Fuel TV, Espn 2, Motoworld, Racer X Illustrated, Transworld Motocross, 2002 Aztec Raceway SRAC Event, 2nd place Women Pro
Dirt Rider Magazine, MXA Magazine, Fox Advertisements/Catalog, Playground 1997 Mammoth Mountain MX, 3rd place Women Pro
Magazine, Team Green News, Maxima Advertisements, Cycle News, 1994 WIMSA Ladies MX World Cup, 2nd place 125 Pro
Motonews.com, Motocross East, AMA Magazine, and EA Sports Supercross 2001 1994 WIMSA Ladies MX World Cup, 4th place 250 Pro
Video Game 1994 Lake Whitney (GNC), 5th place Women
Mechanic: Eddie Ray 1993 Mammoth Mountain MX, 3rd place Women Pro
Sponsors: Honda of Houston, American Honda, Moto XXX, Fox, TOC, Utopia Seen: ResultOne.com
Optics, Maxima, Dunlop, Marshall's racing, Akrapovic, DP Brakes, CTI2, O'GIO,N- Mechanic: Dave Gonzalez
Style, ZLT, Fasst Co, Vortex, RK Chains, Carbon Fiber Works, IMS, Fuel Sponsors: Apex Motor Sports, ResultOne Racing Technologies
Motorsports, ARC Levers, Sponsorshouse.com, DC Shoes, Nixon Watches, #527 Jamie Pamintuan
Roadanddirt.com , Vortex Iginitons, Engine Ice, Pro Clean, Ride Eng, Pro Wheels,
Kicker, and Serious Racing, Bike: RMZ 250
Born: Angeles City, Philippines
#321 Marisa Hampshire Living: Long Beach, CA
Bike: YZ 125 Date of Birth: January 3, 1979
Born: N.P.R., FL
Living: Hudson, FL Seen: Cycle News, Racer X
Date of Birth: June 28, 1987 Mechanic: Remi Pamintuan
Sponsors: Rah Rah Wear, Rock Star Energy Drink, White Bros,
Best Career Results: Bell Helmets and Fast 50's
2003 AMA/WML Outdoor Pro Motocross Championship Series, 5th
2003 Loretta Lynn's National Women's 80cc - 105cc class Champion #552 Normajean Jean
2003 Women's GNC Champion, 80 - 105cc Bike: CR 250F
2002 Loretta Lynn's Nationals, 2nd Place, Women's 80 - 105cc Born: San Dimas, CA
2002 Women's GNC Champion, 80 - 105cc Living: Fernley, NV
2002 WML Hangtown National Amateur Champion Date of Birth: September 4, 1988
Seen: Makes and Model, Full Throttle
Mechanic: Ricky Hampshire Best Career Results:
Sponsors: BSY Yamaha, Pro Circuit, Shift, AMS Oil, Scott USA, Renthal, Dunlop 2004 WMA Pro National Steel City, 10th Place
Tires, Twin Air and Creative Graffix 2004 WMA Amateur National Championship Series, 2nd Place
2004 WMA Amateur National Steel City, 2nd Place
#389 Elien De Winter 2003 Altex Computers/WML Amateur Championship Series, 8th Place
Seen: Intense Sports Magazine, Cycle News and Sparks Tribune
Bike: YZ 125 Mechanic: Anthony Fairbanks and Tom Jean
Born: Belgium Sponsors: Carson City KTM, NOS Energy Drink, Kim and Anthony Fairbanks,
Living: Denderleeuw, Belgium ProClean1000, Race Tech Suspension, Mom and Dad
Date of Birth: March 28, 1989
#774 Sherri Cruse
Mechanic: Marc De Winter
Bike: KTM 125
Born: Bakersfield, CA
#413 Heather Williams Living: Bakersfield, CA
Bike: YZ 250F Date of Birth: March 2, 1989
Living: Cartersville, GA
Best Career Results:
Date of Birth: July 22, 1974
2004 AMA/WMA Motocross National, Hangtown, Amateur Champion
Best Career Results: 2004 AMA/WMA Motocross National, Glen Helen, Amateur 3rd Place
Freestyle Motocross - Participated in the 02' X Games and numerous FMX/Monster Seen: Honda Television Commercial, Cycle News, Final
Truck shows Lap, Bakersfield Californian
Seen: ESPN, ESPN2, Crusty Demons 8 (video), SPEED Vision, Cycle News, Mechanic: Randy DiFrancesco
Atlanta Business Chronicle, mxgirls.com, RE/MAX Times, Motoworld and Heather- Sponsors: Brento¹s Cycle KTM, Troy Lee Designs, Exclusive Hand Car Wash,
Williams.com Risky Business, Creative Concrete, Mr. Bobcat, Cascade Pools, and Race Tech
Sponsors: Flesh Gear, Skivvies Swimwear, C-Cycle Suspension, ZAMP Helmets, Suspensions
SCOTT, FUEL, Bridgestone, Bel-Ray, TEN Racing, SUNSTAR, CEET, No-Toil,
Factory 909, Liquid Performance, Boyesen, ASV Inventions, MXers for Jesus, EVS, #913 Traci Fleming
and FMF Bike: YZ 250F
Born: Longview, WA
#501 Anine Akre Living: Ridgefield, WA
Bike: YZ 250F Date of Birth: May 29, 1973
Born: Norway
Best Career Results:
Living: Lommedalen, Norway
1997 Women's National Pro Champion
Date of Birth: Feburary 12, 1986
1997 Women's World Cup - Second Overall

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1998 Women's Nationals - Third Overall Contingency Programs
1998 Women's World Cup - Fifth Overall http://womensmotocrossassociation.com/contingency.html
1999 - Just a bad dream!
2000 Motocross Northwest Women's Champion
Seen: Motocross Action, ESPN2, Japanese MX Magazine,
Pro & Amatuer Entry Forms, License & Membership Forms
WomensMXHistory.com, The Oregonian, The Daily News and Cycle News License & Mem: http://womensmotocrossassociation.com/join_the_wma.html
Mechanic: Bill Fleming Entry Form: http://womensmotocrossassociation.com/race_entry_information.html
Favorite Movie: While You Were Sleeping
Sponsors: Scott, Motion Pro, Bridgestone, and Red Line Oil WMA Pro Racing Rules
This section is designed to provide information about WMA Pro racing. Please check
#934 Kirsten Raemisch www.womensmotocrossassociation.com for updates.
Bike: RM 125
2005 WMA Pro Class Rules
Born: Madison, WI
Updated: 04-18-05
Living: Madison, WI
Date of Birth: August 8, 1984 I. Rules
WMA races are governed by AMA Sports “Playing by the Rules” Rulebook. The WMA
Best Career Results:
also has some supplemental rules (see below).
2002 WML Outdoor National Championship Series, 7th Place Pro
2002 Winter Olympics Women's Senior Div, 4th Place II. AMA Membership
2002 Branson National Women's Champion All racers must have a current AMA license. AMA Licenses can be purchased at the
2001 WML International Amateur Champion track or on-line at http://www.ama-cycle.org. You must bring your AMA card to every
Seen: Cycle News and Motonews.com race.
Mechanic: Jim Neupert (Owner of 2 Fast Racing) III. WMA Race License
Sponsors: Torque Center, 2FastRacing.com, Max Power Extreme Coating, Motion
Pro, Scott USA, De Cal Works, Silkolene, Meeham's Racing and TeamVRM.com. WMA License Fee: $100.00. WMA License is good for one calendar year.
Pro racers must send in a passport photo of themselves and their mechanics for
About the Women’s Motocross Association WMA Credentials with the WMA License renewal.
Founded in February of 2004, the Women’s Motocross Association, Inc. (WMA) is Send photos to: WMA, 22975 Nelson Rd., Bend, Or. 97701. Photos must be
the new entity in women’s motocross. President, Miki Keller, who was the former received by April 15, 2005.
President of the Women’s Motocross League, created the WMA following the WML’s
decision to discontinue operations and dissolve the corporation. The WMA is com- Purchasing a License: A WMA Race License can be purchased on-line with a credit
mitted to providing the best quality women’s motocross events while creating oppor- card, or the form can be downloaded and mailed in with a check or money order.
tunities for women in all areas of the sport. Form: http://womensmotocrossassociation.com/join_the_wma.html
Note: If you have not raced in the WMA Pro Class in a previous year, please call
The WMA holds an AMA (American Motorcyclist Association) charter and is the
(541) 317-0636 or email Miki@womensmxassociation.com for a Pro License
national ranking body for professional women’s motocross with the series’ pro cham-
Application. Pro License Applications are subject to approval and MUST BE
pion recognized at the AMA Sports Annual Awards Banquet. In addition, the WMA
approved prior to race day (see Pro Class Qualifications below).
hosts the event that determines the Women’s International Motocross Pro
Champion. The AMA/WMA National Motocross Championship Series draws the IV. Race Registration
largest field of Amateur and Professional women motocross racers, while offering the A. Pros must register through the WMA no later than one week prior to race day.
most women’s amateur/youth classes. There will be no race day entries for the Pros. There is a pre-entry discount (see
below for pre-entry discount). Pro Entry Forms available on-line at http://www.wom-
About WMA President Miki Keller ensmxassociation.com/race_entry_pro.htm
Miki at WMA headquarters, Bend, OR B. Pre-entry: The WMA and most tracks consider any entry sent 30 days prior to
President - Miki Keller is an active motocross rider and occasional racer residing in race day as pre-entry. See the entry form for published deadlines. Post-entry is not
Bend, Oregon. From January 2000 to January 2004, she was the President for the guaranteed.
Women’s Motocross League. Her major accomplishments while at the helm of the C. Cut off Date: Mailed in entries must be received one week prior to the race day.
WML include: women’s pro racing highlights in the AMA Pro Racing Television pro-
gram on Espn2, women’s pro motos during the AMA Pro Racing events in front of D. Race fees are non-refundable; however, if you have a medical excuse or family
15,000 – 20,000 fans (per event), increasing the number of women racing each year, emergency you will be given a credit towards your next race or on any WMA prod-
women’s motocross coverage in mainstream media and in motocross media, the uct.
creation of the event with the highest women’s pro purse and women’s participation V. Check In
in history, and developing a partnership with Girls Learn to Ride™ and Honda Rider A. All WMA Pro racers must check-in at the WMA tent at the preset tech inspection
Education Centers to introduce females to the sport (now known at the OP Girls time. See individual race information. At WASHOUGAL WMA Pro Racers MUST
Learn to Ride). CHECK-IN with WASHOUGAL at published check-in times.
Prior to the WML, she co-founded Wide Open MX Magazine, the first freestyle B. It is the racer’s responsibility to check that their information is accurate on the Start
motocross magazine and was Executive Tour Director for LXD, Inc for the 1998 MCD List (for both track and WMA).
FreeRide MX Championships (one of the earliest freestyle motocross events). She
VI. Information Board
also consulted for LXD for freestyle motocross at the X Games. From 1990 to 1996,
WMA has an information board next to the WMA tent at all events. The information
she was the Vice President of Marketing for Morrow Snowboards, a top-selling snow-
board has regular updates and announcements throughout the race weekend.
board brand. While in that position, she created the annual Morrow Motocross at the
Please check the board at the races.
Albany SX, a groundbreaking event that combined live music (by “Strung Out” and
other bands), pro skateboarding, an air and style jump contest (participants included VII. WMA Supplemental Rules
Mike Metzger, Carey Hart and Caleb Wyatt) and motocross racing for professional 1. Numbers and Backgrounds
snowboarders and Northwest motocross racers. A. Number Requirements:
1. All WMA Pro Racers are required to run their earned or assigned WMA num-
In addition to the WML, Miki ran her own marketing, promotions and event business
ber. See WMA National number page on the WMA website.
until January of 2003. She was responsible for a successful advertising campaign,
and event and marketing consulting for the snowboard and skateboard retail chain 2. If a WMA Pro racer rode less than half of the series she may request a three-
Zumiez, Inc., as well as contract work for the United States Amateur Snowboard digit number (Requests must be made before November 15, 2004 for 2005).
Association, and Vans/High Cascade Snowboard Camp. 3. Numbers must be white.
How to Contact the Women Motocross Association 4. Numbers must be 7” minimum Pros.
Women's Motocross Association B. Permanent Numbers:
22975 Nelson Road Top 10 championship finishers may choose a permanent number. Single digit life-
Bend, OR 97701 time numbers will be reserved for podium finishers that are also Top 10 champi-
Phone: 541.317.0636 onship finishers. Number must be determined by November 15th of each year.
Website: www.womensmotocrossassociation.com
E-Mail: miki@womensmxassociation.com

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C. Background Requirements: of the race. If you do not have computer access, you can request the points stand-
Pros are required to run blue backgrounds. ings to be mailed to you by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to the WMA.
D. WMA Front Number Plate Sticker: E. Protests concerning championship points standings must be made within 30 days
WMA Pros will be expected to run a WMA sticker on their front number plate during of the race and prior to the last race of the season.
all WMA pro races. The WMA will need to be affixed and displayed at the top of the 10. Championship Ties
front number plate. The WMA Sticker will be supplied during Tech Inspection. The best finish in the last moto of the series will determine championship ties. If all
2. Track Rules parties in the tie did not race the last moto of the series the tie will be settled by
A. The WMA runs the Championship series at several tracks across the nation. Each whichever rider has the best overall finish of the series.
track has individual sets of rules; most tracks list these rules on their Web site as well 11. Scoring Protest
as the race entry forms. WMA racers are expected to know and abide all rules. As stated in the AMA rulebook, scoring protests must be made within 30 minutes of
3. WMA Riders’ Meetings the score posting. You must make your protest with the track. If you need assistance
A. WMA Riders’ Meetings are mandatory for WMA Pros. You may send a represen- please ask the WMA Official.
tative in your place. 12. Engine Displacement
If you or your representative is not at the meeting at that time the meeting starts, you A. 125 cc Class
(rider) will be penalized. See penalty schedule below. 125cc 2-stroke
4. Staging/Gate Pick 250cc 4-stroke
A. Pro Class will have a random draw for the first moto of the race series. Gate pick B. Displacement limits are absolute. There are no overbore allowances.
will be done at Tech 13. Age Qualification
B. Inspection. Second moto will be based on first moto results. Other races will be A. Riders must meet class-specified age requirements as of race day.
based on points standings. B. 15 years old and up.
C. Rider or rider representative should show up at the starting gate one moto before 14. Qualifications for the WMA Pro Class
their moto, or approximately 8 -10 minutes prior, or based on track rules; rider’s dis- A. Pro racers must apply for a WMA Pro License through the WMA.
cretion must be used.
B. Qualification for the WMA Pro Class is done in one of the following ways
D. Gate will not be held for any reason other than mechanical failure at the gate and (Qualifications are currently under review and may change in the next few months).
then only for the AMA allowed two minutes.
1. WMA Amateur (not Minis) Class - top five placing in at least two races (can be
5. WMA Pro Practice over a two year period).
WMA arranges practice times for WMA Pros. WMA Pros are not allowed to run in
WMA Amateur practice unless specified in the race schedule. WMA Pros are not 2. AMA Loretta Lynn's - top ten finish in the 105cc, 15 years + class.
allowed to ride in other practices (such as men’s) unless they are racing in that class, 3. AMA Loretta Lynn's - top five finish in the 80cc - 105cc, 12-15 years old class.
that day. If you ride in an unauthorized practice, you will be penalized. See penalty
4. International Championship - top five finish in a class similar to WMA Pro Class.
schedule below.
For Canada - top two finishes.
6. Contingency
5. Results from other Women's National with WMA Pros competing may be taken
The WMA arranges contingency with motorcycle manufacturers and motocross
into consideration (ex: Lake Whitney Spring Classic).
product suppliers. Full details are published on the WMA Web site. The WMA sends
race results within one week of the race. It is the racer’s responsibility to make claim 6. If a rider does not qualify for the class through the above, the rider can request
with any Motorcycle Company. See your motorcycle dealer for contingency forms. the opportunity to qualify by racing the first moto of the WMA amateur race with a
WMA Official. The Official will make a judgment call after watching the rider race.
7. Pro Purse
Request must be made two weeks prior to the race.
The WMA Pro Purse does vary from track to track based on sponsorship or pro class
attendance. The Pro Purse payout is always posted on the Information board prior 15. Expiration of Qualification
to racing. The minimum purse is $ 2,500.00. Pro Purse is paid per moto. WMA Pro Racer may have to re-qualify for their Pro License if they haven't raced Pro
in 2 seasons.
8. Holeshot Awards
Holeshot awards will be awarded for each moto. The holeshot line will be announced 16. WMA Pro Class Clarification
at the Rider’s Meeting. WMA makes the final determination of the Holeshot winner, WMA Pro Class is considered an “A” class. If you are competing in a cash paying
not the announcer or track staff. class, according to AMA Sports Rules are ineligible to race any class less than “A” at
other motocross events, including non-women’s specific classes (such as 125cc B).
Holeshot awards are $ 100.00 per moto.
You are still eligible to race Open classes such as the women’s classes at Loretta
9. Championship Points Lynn’s.
A. Points are paid per moto for the AMA/WMA National Motocross Championship
17. Advancing Riders
ONLY.
Riders will be advanced from the Amateur Class to the Pro Class after they have
B. Points Scale (AMA Rule Book Page 68, Chapter 7, Item E) earned a total of 420 points. Points will be cumulative from season to season.
1st 25 18. Conduct
2nd 22 The WMA follow the guidelines in the AMA Rulebook (Chapter 6 – Offenses,
3rd 20 Penalties, Protest, Appeals and Hearing General Information, 2001 Rule Book page
4th 18 65 –67). Misconduct by racer or mechanic can result in disqualification for the race.
5th 16
19. Pro Mechanics
6th 15
A. WMA Pro Mechanics must wear a collared shirt in the Pro Mechanics’ area.
7th 14
8th 13 B. WMA Pro Mechanics will be required to wear WMA photo ID in Mechanics area
9th 12 C. Riders are responsible for the conduct of their mechanics.
10th 11
11th 10 20. Outside Assistance
12th 9 WMA Pro Racers are not allowed to receive any outside assistance during the race.
13th 8 The only assistance can come from WMA Pro Racer’s Mechanic but only with the
14th 7 designated Mechanic’s area.
15th 6 21. Starting Blocks
16th 5 Starting Blocks are allowable for the WMA Pro class. Mechanics are responsible for
17th 4 removing the blocks from the starting line before the next moto begins staging.
18th 3 22. WMA Pro Trophy Presentation
19th 2 A. WMA Pro trophy presentation will take place on Sunday during the AMA
20th 1 Chevrolet Motocross Championship at Hangtown, Lakewood, Washougal, and Steel
C. No points for DNF’s. If a rider complete 50% of the laps in the moto and crosses City. At other races the times will be announced in the rider’s meeting.
the finish line without outside assistance, it will be consider a finish. B. WMA Pro riders are expected to dress appropriately - collared shirt, mechanic’s
D. Points and points standings are posted on the WMA Web site within two weeks shirt, team shirt, or jersey required.

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VIII. Tech Inspection Information 2006 AMA Women & Motorcycling Conference
1. Tech Inspection is Mandatory. If you do not pass Tech Inspection, you will not
be able to race.
The fourth AMA Women & Motorcycling Conference will be held June 29 through July
2. Tech Inspection time is listed on the WMA Schedule for the race. 3, 2006 in Athens, Georgia.
3. Racer must bring bike and gear to Tech Inspection.
"The AMA is pleased to once again host the Women & Motorcycling Conference,"
IX. Autograph Signings said Robert Rasor, President of the AMA. "Based on the success of our previous
1. Rider is responsible for bringing their own pen and chair to autograph signing. conferences, we're confident that the 2006 event will be a valuable experience for all
2. Rider is responsible for removing all their belongings, including trash upon who attend."
leaving.
The first three AMA Women & Motorcycling Conferences were held in 1997, 2000,
3. Rider must wear jersey or team shirt and WMA hanging Photo ID to autograph
and 2002. Nearly 700 women and men attended the 2002 conference, from nearly
signing. WMA photo ID must be worn on WMA lanyard.
every U.S. state and several foreign countries.
X. Race Schedule
Race schedule for each race will be posted on the front page of the WMA site no less Athens was chosen as the site of the 2006 AMA Women & Motorcycling Conference
than one week prior to the race. Riders are responsible for reading schedule. for its excellent facilities, and for its proximity to great motorcycle riding. The AMA is
working closely with the leadership of national women's motorcycling organiza-
The WMA Amateur Rulebook, can be found at tions—including Motor Maids, Twisty Sisterz, Women in the Wind, Women on
www.womensmotocrossassociation.com Wheels, Women's International Motorcycle Association-USA, and Women's
Motorcyclist Foundation—to plan the 2006 conference.

For more information about the WMA go to The AMA will announce more details about the 2006 AMA Women & Motorcycling
www.womensmotocrossassociation.com Conference in the coming months.

Source: American Motorcyclist Association © 2004


Source: All information about the WMA is courtesy of the Women’s Motocross
Association.
For more information about this exciting conference, go to www.ama-cycle.org

Racing Schools Just for Women


For a listing of racing schools just for women, see the Racing School section of this For “women’s only“ apparel manufactures and products,
guide. Schools to investigate include Op Girls Learn to Ride, DSMX and see the products and services section of this
www.womensmotocrossassociation.com. Guide under Women-MX.

WMX Promotions
Website: www.dmsports-wsmx.com

Unfortunately, due to Debbie Matthews’s very serious riding accident,


DMSports-WSMX events have been cancelled until further notice. Please con-
tinue to visit www.dmsports-wsmx.com or call Debbie Matthews at
949.837.2206 for her current schedule.

About WMX Promotions


DM Sports has aquired the rights to WMX Promotions, making WMX a subsiderary
of DMSports-WSMX. Former WMX President Sherri Stephens has agreed to stay on
board as an active board and race committe member. DMSports-WSMX serves the
needs of Women, Men and Youth in the offroad and MX community by offering
Motocross Schools and Race Promotions Nationwide.

The Mission of DMSports-WSMX, Inc.


To provide quality marketing and management of Women's Motocross Events and to
provide quality MX and Off-Road Motorcycle training to ALL riders seeking to gain
confidence, improve their riding skills, and become safer, better educated riders by
enhancing the opportunities available to Women, Men, and Youth riders. We offer in
addition to events, quality off road instruction, by female instructors at an affordable
rate, taught in a rider friendly environment at the riders pace. Schools are available
from learn to ride through advanced in private or group settings. This training is
offered in one or two day formats, with 3 day advanced training also available which
includes: Racing seminars such as Fitness Training, Nutrition, Sports Psychology,
Resume, Media, Contract preparations and Negotiations, and Motorcycle mainte-
nance. Men and Youth are always welcome.

Contact Information
Debbie Matthews
DMSports-WSMX, Inc.
26001 Corriente Lane
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Phone: 949.837.3374

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forting. Do not assume just because vet riders are not in their
Veteran Motocross Racing: 21st Century Style tweens or slightly older that they don’t have a healthy capacity for
air and speed. Some of the vet classes at larger events held
It seems only natural that Vet racing should grow in throughout the year are beginning to read like starting grid lists
motocross just as it has in most other forms of motorcycle compe- from twenty years ago.
tition. Younger riders sometimes laugh or joke at the riders in the The introduction of the four-stroke motocross motorcycle has
40 plus, 50 plus, 60 plus even 70 plus classes as they compete in give veteran riders a platform they can compete from. Typically,
a sport that caters to champions in the late teens and mid-twen- four-strokes are less finicky than their two-stroke cousins and
ties. The true irony is that some day those young riders will be the allow for a somewhat more relax riding style. There are still a few
ones rolling to the gate with their counterparts who have been veteran hold-outs to the days of Bel-Ray fumes and clutch slip-
competing for 20 or 30 years, with the same drive and determina- ping, but their numbers are dwindling as they struggle to compete
tion to beat the rider next to them. with their less stressed four-stroke competitors. The next four
Vet racing is an essential outgrowth of the popularity of the years will have a great impact on the sport of motocross and in
sport of motocross. Very few riders as they move into the flow of particular veteran motocross. A new up and coming crop of young
life with family, jobs, responsibilities, etc. are capable of maintain- motocross stars is helping to fill the fields at vet races all across
ing the regimen required to compete for a national championship the country and around the world for that matter.
on the professional level. Use the information here to find out more about veteran
The sport of motocross right now has some riders who are motocross racing and why, if you remember hearing the Beatles
showing that age is not necessarily a deterrent to being a on the radio for their first time, racing can still be that same kind
motocross contender. Mike LaRocco was born in 1971 and now of fun.
competing at the tender age of 34, Mike finished fourth overall in
the 2005 THQ AMA Supercross Championships. Vet Racing Organizations and Schedules
In a similar comparison New England’s perennial profession- The Over The Hill Gang Motocross Club
al motocrosser John Dowd is moving into his 40’s this summer www.overthehillgang.org
and is still able to compete at a professional level finishing on or “The Over The Hill Gang is one of the largest Veteran
near the podium in the majority of the races that he enters. Motocross Clubs in the country. Established in 1974, based in
The point of these examples is quite clear. The old saying Southern California, with a four-chapter (South, Sierra, Reno, Bay
goes, “you don’t stop riding because you get old, you get old Area) membership of over 1000 Veteran Motocross racers. The
because you stop riding”. More and more riders are competing on Over The Hill Gang is open to racers 30 years old and older.
a weekly basis in veteran specific classes and series around the OTHG holds motocross races at a wide variety of tracks in
country. Southern California, such as Glen Helen Raceway, I5MX (Hungry
For manufacturers, vendors, dealers, etc. this group is the Valley), LA County Raceway, Perris Raceway, Racetown 395,
perfect demographic to sell new parts, motorcycles and equip- REM at Glen Helen and Starwest. Additional tracks may be added
ment to since they are the most likely candidates to have dispos- during the year. We normally race on Sundays, twice a month.
able income. While their children may also be racing more and The club has five classifications of riders, Beginner, Novice,
more motocrossers are returning to the sport for the sheer joy of Intermediate, Expert and Pro, and we feature classes for 30 plus,
competition, comradre and excitement. The challenge of negoti- 38 plus and 45 plus age groups. We also run support classes so
ating paperwork and a cubicle all week suffers drastically when the whole family can come out and race. Our goal is for a rider to
compared to railing a berm or conquering a big double jump. have fun and to be competitive in his/her class. To accomplish
Vet classes exist within almost every race promoter’s selec- this, a new member’s first two events are for evaluation only. We
tion of race grouping. The amateur championships that take have a race committee and riders will be promoted to the appro-
place every year at Loretta Lynn’s’, Ponca City and other venues priate class during the year. Points are awarded for race results
feature vet classes many of which contain riders who carry pres- and totals are maintained for year-end awards at our annual ban-
tigious professional. quet.
There are quite a few groups across the country that cater Each chapter operates independently. Each chapter hosts
specifically to Vet racing. Some are listed here, but as an out- one invitational (National) race per year, national points are main-
growth of the popularity of the Vet classes most local races have tained, and year-end standings are recognized. “
vet classes and in a twist of irony there are even vet classes at the The Over The Hill Gang Motocross Club
Vintage races. Who knows, next maybe there will be vet classes Racing Schedule
at the mini-mx events. Age, it seems, is all the rage.
June 25 Lake Elsinore MX September 10 TBD (Cahuilla Creek)
What does it take to become involved in veteran motocross July 10 Glen Helen (REM Track) September 17-18 Bay National (Hollister)
racing? Guess that depends on what you want to do. If you want July 24 TBD October 2 Perris Raceway
to spectate, find a schedule and head out to the track. If you want August 7 I-5 MX October 16 LACR / With CRC
August 21 Piru October 23 South National - Glen Helen
to participate: get a bike, get a schedule, then head out to the
track.
The competition in the beginner classes at vet events is Source: www.overthehillgang.org
designed for first time racers. A little common sense comes in
handy and you should compete only at a level that your skills and
experience will support. Nonetheless, being able to compete with
other riders who have more to worry about than a new pimple or
which new cartoon is the best on Saturday morning can be com-

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Vet X Racing Must ride 3 of the 4 races for Series Points
www.vetxracing.com
A relatively new series that has begun to bring a lot of older rac-
ers out of the woodwork to begin competing in an exciting new
series. Here is what founder Craig Davis has to say about “his”
series.
I have been involved with racing for 22 years and have expe-
rienced racing at every level, from Beginner to Professional.
During the last 5 years one thing that has become very clear
to me is that Vet racers spend a lot of money in the motorcy-
cle industry and they do not receive the proper recognition for
being competitive racers. My goal through Vet X Racing is to
make the motorcycle industry more aware of the Vet market
and to negotiate with sponsors to give back product to the rid-
ers. With your support we can open doors in the motorcycle
industry for the Vet racers and have a lot of fun racing along
the way!
Vet X is geared towards the first time beginner up to the experi-
enced pro racer and accommodates all ages.
Source: Craig Davis (www.vetxracing.com)
2006 4-stroke 450 up for grabs/2005 Year End Grand Prize
Giveaway
*Great series prizes from sponsors!
*Real prizes, no gift certificates!
*Prestigious series end trophies!
*Cash Pro Payback per moto/Series End Pro Purse
Classes
28-35, 36-42, & 43-49 Beg/Nov/Int
28-38, 39+ Exp
28-35,36-42 Pro
50+ Beg, 50+ Open
Open (any age, any bike size) Beg/Nov/Int/Pro
Mini (any age on 65cc,85cc) Beg/Nov/Int
First time Beginner Class for Vets (28+)
Electronic Scoring
We will be using electronic scoring for this series.
Transponders will be required for all riders (except Mini).
These can be supplied for the day or purchased, call
949.400.1089 for details.
Registration
Race entry fee with your own transponder $30, Pro & Open
Pro $30,
2nd class $20, Pro 2nd class $30. Mini $25
Race entry fee with Vet X supplying the transponder $35, Pro
& Open Pro $35,
2nd class $20, Pro 2nd class $30. Mini $25
Gates Open
Gates open at 6:30am, practice at 8:00am
Membership
VetX membership required: $30 per year
($20 after July 15th)
1-day membership $3
(Membership required for all classes except Mini)
Vet X Sizzling Summer Series
Round #1 6/26/05 Cahuilla Creek
Round #2 7/10/05 Racetown
Round #3 7/24/05 I-5MX/Gorman
Round #4 8/07/05 Glen Helen National Track

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Vintage Racing, Old But Still Fast! Aug. 14(Sun) The Farm, Chehalis, WA
Aug. 27(Sat) Portland Trail Riders Portland, MI
There seems to be a tendency by some to confuse vintage racing and vet racing. Sept. 11(Sun) Two Rivers Racing, Milliken, CO
The distinction is quite simple. Vintage racing is for older motorcycles and vet rac- Sept. 18(Sun) Sandia Classic, Sandia Motor Speedway, Albuquerque, NM
ing is for older motorcyclists. There can be some cross over in that there may be Oct. 2(Sun) HLR Motorsports Park, Moberly, MO
quite a few younger riders in vintage racing but there are seldom vintage motorcy- Oct. 16(Sun) Carnegie Park, Livermore, CA
cles at the vet races. Most riders at the vet races use modern equipment. The beau- Note location change from Madera
ty of vintage racing is that you must use a certain year of motorcycle (that’s how the Oct. 30(Sun) 800 MX Park, Crofton, KY
classes are divided out). Perhaps the largest and most well know vintage racing Nov. 6(Sun) Tulare Cycle Park Tulare, CA
group is the AHRMA, the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association. They Nov. 13(Sun) Monster Mountain, Tallassee, AL
provide racing for vintage motorcycles in many different racing disciplines, road rac- Best 7 finishes count toward series awards. Minimum of 4 races needed to qualify.
ing, motocross, trials, et. For our purposes we will focus, naturally, on motocross. (Note: These requirements may be changed due to cancellations, rain-outs and other
Here is a list of the AHRMA classes for motocross motorcycles pre-1975 unforeseen circumstances.)
Pre-1975 CLASSES
Note: All classes are further divided into Novice, Intermediate and Expert 2004 Champions
rider ability levels. Speed & Sport
•Premier Lightweight: Certain pre-1965-era machines up to 250cc. National Vintage Motocross Series
•Premier 500 Pre-1965-era machines up to 500cc Premier Lightweight
•Premier Open Twins Pre-1965 twin-cylinder machines 600cc and larger. Novice Neal Siegel; Intermediate, Dan Beher; Expert, David Boydstun.
•Classic 125 125cc two-strokes and four-strokes up to 150cc, manufactured Premier 500
through December 1971 and any like machines. Novice Dale Kuykendall; Intermediate, Timothy Cicora; Expert, Wesley
•Classic 250 Specific 250cc and smaller two-stroke machines introduced Poole.
just after the Premier Lightweight era (i.e., four-speed Spanish motorcy Premier Open Twins
cles, twin-pipe CZ), as well as the heavy 350cc non-unit motorcycles, Novice, Charles Goman; Intermediate, Randy Hall; Expert, Dave Janiec.
such as Matchless and BSA. Classic 125
•Classic 500Specific motorcycles from the late 1960s and early '70s. Novice, Dempsey Elders; Intermediate, Lynn Williams; Expert, Jared Lange.
•Sportsman 125, 250 and 500 classes for machines up to model year 1974. Classic 250
•Sportsman Open Twins: Twin-cylinder machines up to model year 1974. Novice, Charles Goman; Intermediate, Terry Gates; Expert, David Boydstun.
•Open Age: Any AHRMA-eligible rider on an AHRMA-eligible vintage Classic 500
machine. Novice, Mike Stone; Intermediate, Craig Campbell; Expert, Wesley Poole.
•+40: Riders over 40 years of age on any AHRMA-eligible vintage machine. Sportsman 125
•+50: Riders over 50 years of age on any AHRMA-eligible vintage machine. Novice, Tim Williams; Intermediate, John Rinkenberg; Expert, Steve Gibson.
•+60: Riders over 60 years of age on any AHRMA-eligible vintage machine. Sportsman 250
•+70: Riders over 70 years of age on any AHRMA-eligible vintage machine. Novice, Craig Light; Intermediate, Richard Dyer; Expert, Tom McKinney.
•Women: Riding any AHRMA-eligible vintage machine. Sportsman 500
Novice, Timothy Bonham; Intermediate, Don Gibbs; Expert, Robert Neeley.
Post 1975 CLASSES Sportsman Open Twins
Note: All classes are further divided into Novice, Intermediate and Expert Novice, Wayne Rantz; Intermediate, Joel Sakamoto; Expert, Chad
rider ability levels. McIntosh.
•Historic 125: Certain 125cc and smaller motorcycles built up to and Open Age
including the 1977 model year as the first-generation of long-travel Novice, Jim Kalb; Intermediate, Rik Smits; Expert, Weslay Poole.
machines. +40
•Historic 250: Certain 126-250cc motorcycles built up to and including the Novice, Jerry Grakauskas; Intermediate, Mark Hosbach; Expert, Tom
1977 model year as the first-generation of long-travel machines. McKinney.
•Historic 500: Certain 325-460cc two-strokes and four-strokes up to 636cc +50
built up to and including the 1977 model year as the first-generation of Novice, David Eskew; Intermediate, Jonn Rinkenberg; Expert, Jim Pomeroy.
long-travel machines. +60
•Historic Four-Stroke: Certain four-stroke machines built up to and including Novice, Max Worth Videto; Intermediate, Curt Kennelly; Expert, Jeff Smith.
the 1978 model year with up to 636cc. Overhead cam machines are +70
limited to 500cc. Novice, Larry E. Smith; Intermediate, Bill Staley.
•Gran Prix 125: Certain post-1977 motorcycles up to 125cc. Women
•Gran Prix 250: Certain post-1977 motorcycles 126-250cc. Novice, Donna Kelley; Intermediate, Debbie Poole.
•Gran Prix 500: Certain post-1977 motorcycles 325-500cc two-stroke and
up to 580cc four-stroke. Northwest Maico & CZ / Pro-Flo
•Ultima 125: Certain motorcycles up to 125cc that do not have disc brakes Post-Vintage Motocross Series
or power-valve type mechanism built directly into the engine. Historic 125
•Ultima 250: Certain 126-250cc motorcycles that do not have disc brakes or Intermediate, Terry Gates; Expert, Pat O’Connor.
power-valve type mechanism built directly into the engine. Historic 250
•Ultima 500: Certain 325-580cc motorcycles that do not have disc brakes or Novice, Gary Lingbeck; Intermediate, Don Matthews; Expert, Mark Mitchell.
power-valve type mechanism built directly into the engine. Historic 500
•Open Age: Any AHRMA-eligible rider on any eligible machine. Novice, Gary Lingbeck; Intermediate, John Lewis; Expert, James Greenleaf.
•+40: Riders over age 40 on any eligible machine. Historic Four-Stroke
•+50: Riders over age 50 on any eligible machine. Novice, Scott Knauf; Intermediate, James McLaughlin; Expert, David
•+60: Riders over age 60 on any eligible machine. Boydstun.
•Women: Female riders on any eligible machine. Gran Prix 125
Novice, Bill Davis; Intermediate, Chris Brewington; Expert, Steve Gibson.
The 2005 AHRMA Schedule Gran Prix 250
AMS Racing National Vintage Motocross Series Novice, Jay Smith; Intermediate, Dave Mechler; Expert, Pat O’Connor.
Date Location Gran Prix 500
Feb. 6(Sun) Speedworld Motocross Park, Wittmann, AZ Novice, Mick Milakovic; Intermediate, David Kidd; Expert, Robert Neeley.
March 6(Sun) Gatorback Cycle Park, Gainesville, FL Ultima 125
April 2(Sat) Diamond Don's, Jefferson, TX Novice, Marty Karadanis; Intermediate, Bob Egan; Expert, Oscar Gaetan.
April 24(Sun) Cahuilla Creek MX Park, Anza, CA Ultima 250
May 29(Sun) Honey Lake MX Park, Milford, CA Intermediate, Larry Shope; Expert, Pat O’Connor.
June 12(Sun) Lincoln Trail Motosports, Casey, IL Ultima 500
July 3(Sun) Motocuse, New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse Novice, Tim Lindewall; Intermediate, Mark Hosbach; Expert, Steven Smith.
July 16(Sat) AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, Open Age
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington Novice, Tim Lindewall; Intermediate, Rik Smits; Expert, James Greenleaf.

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+40 Vintage Iron Premier Award
Novice, Mick Milakovic; Intermediate, Jeff Clausen; Expert, Robert Neeley. Most total points in any Premier MX class
+50 2004, Randy Hall
Novice, Craig Hagor; Intermediate, Larry Shope; Expert, Jimmy Jerles. 2003, David Boydstun
+60 2002, David Boydstun
Novice, Bill Decker; Intermediate, Curt Kennelly; Expert, Jean Ramsay. 2001, David Boydstun
Women Novice, Debbie Benson. 2000, Jeff Smith
1999, Dave Janiec
Sportsman of the Year 1998, Terry Pratt
AHRMA's highest award, presented to a member for outstanding contributions to 1997, Dave Janiec
the vintage movement 1996, Claude McElvain
2004, Mark Skarpohl 2003, Craig Murray
2002, Brad Lackey 2001, Tim Stancill The growing popularity of vintage motocross racing has spawned an entirely
2000, Craig Breckon 1999, Christine Makynen new industry. Business that specialize only in the preparation and the restoration of
1998, Gary Davis 1997, Robert Borg vintage motocross motorcycles are as popular as shops working on current model
1996, Jeff Glasserow 1995, Richie Baulch bikes.
1994, Bob & Marrie Barker 1993, Rick Doughty There are some companies who have distinguished themselves for their
1992, Dick Mann 1991, Barry Higgins involvement in vintage MX.
1990, Beno Rodi 1989, Mike Smith
1988, Al Knapp 1987, Robert "Snuffy" Smith Vintage Iron
Brad Lackey Trophy
www.Vintageiron.com
Lackey’s first trophy won in Europe Italy, 1973
Rick Doughty has set made a name for himself by, if nothing else, caring
given to the Sportsman 500 Expert MX class champion
about the sport of motocross. For those intimate with the sport his involvement in
2004, Robert Neeley
the World Cup of Motocross to help the US save some face after the Motocross des
2003, Jim Row
Nations fiasco in 2002 is near legendary.
2002, Kevin Brown
Vintage Iron now brings fans the Vintage and Two-Stroke World
2001, Gary Roach
Championship. Held at Glen Helen the event brings out some of the most awesome
Mike Lightfoot Trophy
vintage machinery and some of the most incredible vintage talent to compete. Here
Outstanding contribution to
are the results from this years event.
AHRMA's Vintage Motocross program
2004, "Diamond" Don Rainey
VINTAGE IRON WORLD TITLES
2003, Ed and Marlene Parsons
SATURDAY MAY 28, 2005
2002, Dave Wilson
2001, John Gulliford
2000, Claude McElvain PRE-65 CLASS Norman McElroy Interm 8th Place
Rick O’Donnell Expert 1st Place Lloyd Boland Interm 9th Place
1999, David Boydstun
Verne Elmore Novice 1st Place Randy Scott Interm 10th Place
Jim McClinton Trophy PRE-72 250/500 CLASS Dave Donnelly Novice 1st Place
Outstanding performance on a four-stroke Gary Lower(250) Expert 1st PLACE James Doyle Noii 2nd Place
machine in a motocross rider-age class Charlie Beck(500) Expert 1st PLACE EVO +50 Class
2004, Wes Poole Leon Roach Interm 1st PLACE Charlie Beck Expert 1st Plae
2003, Chris Wilkes John Pischke Novice 1st PLACE Lloyd Bolland
JR CLASS Erroll Leduc Interm 1st Place
2002, Bill McClinton
Brandon Peterson Expert 1ST PLACE Darrell Allen Novice 1st Place
2001, John Rice Ronnie Goodwin Interm 1ST PLACE MODERN SUPPORT
2000, Jim Cameron Jon Paz Interm 2ND PLACE Robert Beaupre Expert 1st Place
1999, Claude McElvain Max Doughty Interm 3RD PLACE Gilbert Valdez Expert 2nd Place
1998, Rob Poole Ryan Goodwin Novice 1st PLACE Josh Jacobs Expert 3rd Place
1997, Jerry Rewerts Dimitri Valdez Novice 2nd PLACE Rich Boiteau Expert 4th Place
Jarrett Smith Novice 3rd PLACE Michael Runyard Expert 5th Place
1996, Danny Davies
Tony Valdez Novice 4th PLACE Brian Catterson Expert 6th Place
1995, Harry Higgins Chris Vandercook Novice 5th PLACE Vic Curti Expert 7th Place
Bill Nilsson Trophy PRE-72-125 CLASS Brandon Peterson Expert 8th Place
Premier 500 Expert motocross champion Bruce McDougal Expert 1st PLACE Michael Smith Interm 1st Place
2004, Wes Poole Victor Monz Novice 1st PLACE Jake Tonkinson Interm 2nd Place
2003, Chad McIntosh PRE-75-125 CLASS Tom White Interm 3rd Place
Kevin O’Donnell Expert 1st PLACE Craig Hoffman Interm 4th Place
2002, Steve Tucker
Bruce McDougal Expert 2nd PLACE Andrew Yarnell Interm 5th Place
2001, David Boydstun Chris Corum Expert 3rd PLACE JD Myerscough Novice 1st Place
2000, Jeff Smith Pete Wright Interm 1st PLACE Kyle Yarnell Novice 2nd Place
Jim Pomeroy Trophy Bryan Zeman Novice 1st PLACE Max Lombourne Novice 3rd Place
Pomeroy’s 1976 Italian GP trophy, given to the EVO + 30 CLASS Rejean Desrochers Novice 4th Place
Sportsman 250 Expert MX champion Gilbert Valdez Expert 1st PLACE Kraig Brooks Novice 5th Place
Rick O’Donnell Expert 2nd PLACE Mike Dobbs Novice 6th Place
2004, Tom McKinney
Jon Barrick Interm 1st PLACE Nicholas Van Holland Novice 7th
2003, Mark Weaver Lloyd Boland Interm 2nd PLACE Place
2002, Mark Mackay Ed Reyes Interm 3rd PLACE Tony Valdez Novice 8th Place
Jeff Smith Trophy Greg Bowles Novice 1st PLACE Steve Atwood Novice 9th Place
Highest placing four-stroke rider in a Classic EVO+40 CLASS Chris Moeller Novice 10th Place
or Premier Expert motocross class Ty Swartz Epert 1st PLACE William Martin Novice 11th Place
Rich Turchinsi Expert 2ndPlace Jeremy Scutt Novice 12th Place
2004, Wes Poole
Jay Pavlovec Expert 3rd PLACE Philip Taboada Interm 2nd Place
2003, Kelly Shane Mar Sandzmier Expert 4th PLACE Tom Barnet Interm 3rd Place
2002, Steve Tucker Jake Jacobs Expert 5th PLACE Ed Reyes Interm 4th Place
2001, David Boydstun John Van Mossevelde Expert 6th pl. Darrick Contreras Interm 5th Place
2000, Jeff Smith Ed Tashjian Expert 7th Place Brian Backer Interm 6th Place
1999, Danny Davies Darrell Brown Epert 8th Place Stanton Speck Interm 7th Place
Allen Mckay Expert 9th Place Norman McElroy Interm 8th Place
1998, Ken Gerrard
Darrell Sedig Interm 1st Place Lloyd Boland Interm 9th Place
1997, Steve Tucker Randy Scott Interm 10th Place
1996, Allen Wenzel Philip Taboada Interm 2nd Place Dave Donnelly Novice 1st Place
1995, Allen Wenzel Tom Barnet Interm 3rd Place James Doyle Noii 2nd Place
2001, Kevin Brown Ed Reyes Interm 4th Place
Darrick Contreras Interm 5th Place
Brian Backer Interm 6th Place
Stanton Speck Interm 7th Place

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EVO +50 Class PRE 75 500 Class Jake Jacobs Expert 4th Place
Charlie Beck Expert 1st Plae John Van Mossevelde Expert 1st Place Michael Bergman Interm 1st Place
Lloyd Bolland Darrell Sedeg Interm 1st Place William Cross Interm 2nd Place
Erroll Leduc Interm 1st Place Gary Egloff Interm 2nd Place Charles Connelly Interm 3rd Place
Darrell Allen Novice 1st Place James Nasser Novice 1st Place Stan Speck Interm 4th Place
MODERN SUPPORT Raymond Wildman Novice 2nd Place Ron Renard Interm 5th Place
Robert Beaupre Expert 1st Place EVO 1 CLASS Rejean Desrochers Novice 1st Place
Gilbert Valdez Expert 2nd Place Rick O’Donnell Expert 1st Place PRE 75 500
Josh Jacobs Expert 3rd Place Erroll Leduc Interm 1st Place Ron Mabry Expert 1st Place
Rich Boiteau Expert 4th Place Lloyd Boland Interm 2nd Place Keith Meggs Interm 1st Place
Michael Runyard Expert 5th Place EVO 3 CLASS Leon Roach Interm 2nd Place
Brian Catterson Expert 6th Place Rich Truchinski Expert 1st Place Don Vandercook Novice 1st Place
Vic Curti Expert 7th Place Robert Beaupre Expert 2nd Place MODERN 250
Brandon Peterson Expert 8th Place Ty Swartz Expert 3rd Place Brian Catterson Expert 1st Place
Michael Smith Interm 1st Place Marty Estes Expert 4th Place Vic Curti Expert 2nd Place
Jake Tonkinson Interm 2nd Place Josh Jacobs Expert 5th Place Tom White Interm 1st Place
Tom White Interm 3rd Place Brian Backer Interm 1st Place Cody Brownfield Novice 1st Place
Craig Hoffman Interm 4th Place DECADE CLASS Cory Clark Novice 2nd Place
Andrew Yarnell Interm 5th Place Rick Doughty Expert 1st Place MODERN 500
JD Myerscough Novice 1st Place Brian Catterson Expert 2nd Place Jake Jacobs Expert 1st Place
Kyle Yarnell Novice 2nd Place John Legate Interm 1st Place Michael Smith Interm 1st Place
Max Lombourne Novice 3rd Place Hal Edwards Novice 1st Place William Martin Novice 1st Place
Rejean Desrochers Novice 4th Place Rejean Desrochers Novice 2nd Place DECADE
Kraig Brooks Novice 5th Place Patrick Chandler Novice 3rd Place John Legate Interm 1st Place
Mike Dobbs Novice 6th Place PRO 125
Nicholas Van Holland Novice 7th Place MOTOCROSS des TEAMS Gilbert Valdez Expert 1st Place
Tony Valdez Novice 8th Place TEAM HODAD-1ST PLACE PRO 250/500
Steve Atwood Novice 9th Place Darrick Contreras on his 81 Suzuki Adam Chatfield Expert 1st Place
Chris Moeller Novice 10th Place Gilbert Valdez on his 82 Suzuki David Pingree Expert 2nd Place
William Martin Novice 11th Place Ty Swartz on his 84 Yamaha Robert Beaupre Expert 3rd Place
Jeremy Scutt Novice 12th Place TEAM ANTARCTICA-2ND PLACE Josh Jacobs Expert 4th Place
Leon Roach on his 71 CCM
EVO2-250 CLASS Don Vandercook on his 72 Yamaha PARTS UNLIMITED DEALER CHALLENGE
Mark Sandzimer Expert 1st Place Chris Vandercook oh his 73 Yamaha Rich Boiteau Expert 1st Place
Jerry Reyes Interm 1st Place TEAM NEVADA-3RD PLACE Mike Runyard Expert 2nd Place
Charles Hilston Interm 2nd Place Josh Jacobs on his 81 Maico Andrew Yarnell Interm 1st Place
Oscar Alcala Interm 3rd Place Robert Beaupre on his 83 Honda JD Myerscough Novice 1st Place
Doug Reyes Interm 4th Place Michael Bergman on his 81 Maico Trent Scacco Novice 2nd Place
Kevin Rezende Interm 5th Place TEAM GHR-4TH PLACE Tony Valdez Novice 3rd Place
Mark Van Holland Novice 1st Place JD Myerscough on his 05 Honda
Jason Doty Novice 2nd Place Maxx Limbourne on his 05 Yamaha RED-RACER.COM and VINTAGEFACTORY.COM
Michael Stiles Novice 3rd Place Kyle Yarnell on his 98 Honda If you are a true motocross vintage junkie then
James Doyle Novice 4th Place TEAM FOLLMER MOTORSPORTS-5TH PLACE
you know that the Honda Elsinore can arguably be
PRE 75-250 CLASS Max Doughty on his 03 Yamaha
Kevin O’Donnell Expert 1st Place Jake Tonkinson on his 04 Yamaha credited with changing the face of motocross in at least
Bruce McDougal Expert 2nd Place Jason Doty on his 79 Husky the US if not around the world. The first CR-125 was
EVO 125 AIR like a clap of thunder on a sunny day and Honda has
Tom Barnett Interm 1st Place TWO STROKE WORLD TITLES MAY 29th, 2005 continued the tradition to this day.
Tim Mcfadden Interm 2nd Place PRE 72 ALL It is however, the pursuit of Scott Steger at Red-
Chris Compise Novice 1st Place Charlie Beck Expert 1st Place
Racer.com that carries the lore of those first Honda
EVO 125 WATER PRE 75 125
Gilbert Valdez Expert 1st Place Jerry Matta Interm 1st Place motocross machines boldly into the 21rst century.
Rich Truchinski Expert 2nd Place Rejean Desrochers Novice 1st Place Whether you are looking for parts for a 74 CR-125 or a
Austin Brown Interm 1st Place Bryan Zeman Novice 2nd Place left-hand kick start lever for a 1983 CR-480 this is the
PRE 75 +30 MODERN 80 first place to look.
Lloyd Boland Interm 1st Place Ronnie Goodwin Interm 1st Place If you are a core motocross vintage fan, Red-
Gary Egloff Interm 2nd Place Branden Brown Novice 1st Place
Racer.com has without a doubt the most comprehen-
Tristian Post Novice 2nd Place
PRE 75 +40 Donny Fish Novice 3rd Place sive storehouse of information on the sport of
Chris Corum Expert 1st Place Ryan Goodwin Novice 4th Place motocross’s first idol/golden boy, El Cajon, CA native
Mark Nearing Expert 2nd Place Jarrett Smith Novice 5th Place Marty Smith. Marty was the first AMA 125cc motocross
Lloyd Boland Interm 1st Place Dimitri Valdez Novice 6th Place champion and went on to win two more national titles
Gary Egloff Interm 2nd Place Cameron Kennedy Novice 7th Place on the red racers. There are covers, pictures and tons
Jon Speighty Interm 3rd Place Trevor Sadler Novice 8th Place
of information about this pioneer of American
Don Vandercook Novice 1st Place EVO 125 (NO DISK)
Kenny Trask Novice 2nd Place Gilbert Valdez Expert 1st Place motocross.
Raymond Wildman Novice 3rd Place EVO 250 Info about VintageFactory.com
Jim Trask Novice 4th Place Josh Jacobs Expert 1st Place The Vintage Factory specializes in first class
PRE 75 +50 Jay Pavlovec Expert 2nd Place
Vic Curti Expert 1st Place Ed Tashjian Expert 3rd Place
restorations, as well as building vintage Honda
Chuck Lundz Expert 2nd Place Doug Reyes Interm 1st Place motocross racers. The Honda MR50, XR75, and
Dennis Middleton Expert 3rd Place Charles Hilton Interm 2nd Place CR125/250 Elsinores are of the most popular bikes we
Lloyd Boland Interm 1st Place Tony Valdez Novice 1st Place build. The biggest part of these are popular “themed”
Leon Roach Interm 2nd Place Ross Miller Novice 2nd Place bikes from the past, such as an FMF racers, DG racers,
Gary Egloff Interm 3rd Place PRE 75 250 Mugen racers, C&J thumpers, etc., replicas from the
Steve Atwood Novice 1st Place Paul McPhail Expert 1st Place
PRE 75 +60 Vic Curti Expert 2nd Place
70’s. A few past projects include Jeff Ward’s Honda
Bruce Cornell Expert 1st Place MODERN 125 Factory FMF Mini Elsinore 105cc racer, Marty Moates’s
EVO 2 500 CLASS Adam Chatfield Expert 1st Place KSI 450 Knobby Shop International thumper works
Rick O’Donnell Expert 1st Place Brian Catterson Expert 2nd Place bike. We have also worked with Team Honda 3-time
Jay Pavlovec Expert 2nd Place David Pingree Expert 3rd Place national champion, Marty Smith on special projects as
Ed Tashjian Expert 3rd Place Ronnie Goodwin Interm 1st Place well. We specialize in finding those rare NOS, after-
Allen Mckay Expert 4th Place Jake Tonkinson Interm 2nd Place
Jake Jacobs Expert 5th Place Kyle Yarnell Novice 1st Place
market, works parts, and bikes world wide. Our back-
Ed Reyes Interm 1st Place Cody Brownfield Novice 2nd Place ground in vintage motocross assures you will get the
William Cross Interm 2nd Place Maxx Limbourne Novice 3rd Place proper parts needed to build the bike of your dreams.
Jon Barrick Interm 3rd Place Chris Vandercook Novice 4th Place We pride ourselves with spot on restorations, making
Stanton Speck Interm 4th Place EVO 500 (no disk) no compromises on replicating the authenticity of these
Norman McElroy Interm 5th Place Robert Beaupre Expert 1st Place machines, whether stock restorations, or themed repli-
Michael Bergman Interm 6th Place Mark Dwyer Expert 2nd Place
Ed Tashjian Expert 3rd Place
cas. No other company can match our quality of work.
Owner Scott Steger (founder/creator of red-racer.com)

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heads up operations, with a background in motocross since the early 70’s, and back- Maico Only www.maicoonly.com
ground in the aftermarket MX industry from back in the day as well. The vintage mar- McCook Racing www.mccookracing.com
ket remains strong, and with the surge of growth from the post vintage class over the Metro Racing www.metroracing.com
past few years, things look even better for the future of Vintage racing. Our web site Motolane Salvage www.motolane.com
www.vintagefactory.com outlines our services, along with regular updates on per- Motopark home1.gte.net/jawaman
formance articles, works bike feature stories, past champion rider interviews, and Motocross Museum www.motoxmuseum.com/main.htm
lots more. Motorcycle Superstore www.motorcycle-superstore.com/default.aspx
OSSAPLANET.COM Motocross America www.motorcyclemuseum.org
It might be easy for some to remember the impact that the Japanese motor- MX Bike www.mxbike.com
cycles had on the sport of motocross. What some forget, but many vintage motor- On Off Road www.onoffroad.com
cyclists remember are all the other companies that had a significant impact on the Ossa Motorcycles hem2.passagen.se/ossa
sport. One such company was OSSA. A company that made film projectors moved Ossa Planet www.ossaplanet.com
into the motorcycling business and for a brief period of time through the seventies Penton Owners Group www.ossaplanet.com
you could see more than a handful of OSSA’s competing at races. The motorcycles Powroll 4-stroke www.powroll.com
were actually manufactured from 1949-1985 but it has now been twenty years since Pro-Flo www.pro-flo.com
a bike rolled off an assembly line. Potomac Vintage Riders www.potomacvintageriders.com
Interestingly because parts for the older Ossa motorcycles were more readi- Rage Racing www.rageracing.com
ly available than their Japanese counter-parts, who suffered from a dealer network Rascal's Cycle www.rascalscycle.com
that used up all the older parts, Ossa’s have felt a resurgence thanks to this and vin- Red Racer www.red-racer.com/contents.htm
tage specialists like Keith Lynas at www.ossaplanet.com who have taken the time to Rocky Mountain Hodaka rockymountainhodaka.com
uncover parts and fine tune areas that needed upgrading to 21rst century. Vintage RPM Vintage Fiberglass rpmsfiberglass.safeshopper.com
motocross is all about the Ossa models. Motocross motorcycles with character, his- RTR Moto - Can-am www.rtrmoto.com
tory and just a little bit of mystery. Siege Vintage MX Shirts www.siegecraftnw.com/siegeshirts.htm
Southwest Montesa www.siegecraftnw.com/siegeshirts.htm
SuperHunky.com Speed & Sport www.speedandsport.com
Anyone involved in vintage motocross or who has been around motocross Strictly Hodaka www.strictlyhodaka.com
and dirt bikes for thirty years knows who Super Hunky is. Rick Sieman has helped Super Hunky Link Index www.wesbaca.com
define at least one or perhaps two generations of off-road journalist prose. You can SuperHunkyLinkIndex.html
probably learn as much about the history of motocross and off-road from his website Superior Sleeve www.superiorsleeve.com/SSG-index.htm
as any resource on the web. The information is informative, entertaining, and time- Suzuki Only www.suzukionly.net
ly, even so many years later. Vintage Bike Guide www.off-road.com/dirtbike
PrimmMXCollection.com /machines/vintageguide
For anyone who has had the opportunity to view the collection of motocross Vintage Bike World www.webbikeworld.com/vintage-classic-
motorcycles and memorabilia that Greg Primm has acquired it is little wonder that he antique-motorcycles/index.htm
will need a museum to share it with the rest of the world. The museum’s original Vintage Dirtbike Forums www.vintagedirtbikeforums.com
opening date has been changed and as of press time for the 2005 guide a new open- Vintage Dirt Racing NW www.siegecraftnw.com/VDR.htm
ing date has not been announced. Suffice it to say, that motocross fans from around Vintage Husky Engine Repair members.cox.net/vintage_engine_repair/
the world will flock to view the collection that Mr. Primm has set to put on display. Vintage Japanese Motorcycles www.vjmc.org
Keep an eye on the trade mags and his website for the opening date. It will be a Vintage Kawasaki members.tripod.com/kawasakiKT/index-4.html
spectatular exhibit without exception. Vintage Maicos www.vintagemaicos.com
Vintage Yamaha www.vintageyamaha.com
Links
Vintage Motocross Veterans www.motocross.com/vintage/vmv/vmv.htm
PVR Vintage Ads www.alp-sys.com/vintageads/index.php
Vintage MX
AHRMA www.ahrma.org
www.mjusd.k12.ca.us/7Ejfourcroy/vintagemx/index
AJS Matchless Club www.ajsmoc.com
Vintage YZ hometown.aol.com/vintageyz/index.html
AJS Motorcycles www.ajsmotorcycles.co.uk/docs/main.htm
The YZ Works yzworks.tripod.com/index.htm
American Classic Racing www.acrmx.com
Works Performance worksperformance.com/html/home.html
AMS Racing amsracing.com
Vintage Iron www.vintageiron.com
Backtrack Video www.backtrackvideo.com
XLint Performance www.xlintperformance.com
Bike Boneyard www.bikeboneyard.com
Bing Vergaser www.bingcarburetor.com
Bob's Vintage Products www.vintagecz.com
Brad's Bikes www.bradsbikes.com/default.aspx
Buchanan Spokes www.buchananspokes.com
Bultaco Pursang www.bultacopursang.com
Bultaco West www.bultacowest.com
California Vintage MX www.calvmx.com
Canadian Maico www.maicomotorcycles.com
Circle-F Exhaust www.circlefexhaust.com
Classic Can-Am www.motocross.com/vintage/canam/canam.htm
Czechpoint home1.gte.net/jawaman
CZ Madness www.czmadness.net
CZ Stuff www.czstuff.com
Dennis Kirk www.denniskirk.com/jsp/common/Frontpage.jsp
Elsinore Page www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Track/4248/
Excel Rims www.rk-excel.co.jp/english/englishtop.htm
Greeves Scramblers www.kivas.com/greeves/index.html
Hell on Wheels hellonwheelsmc.com
Hodaka Heaven www.hodakaheaven.com
Honda-Elsinore www.honda-elsinore.com
Husky Club www.huskyclub.com
Husky Junk www.huskyjunk.com
Heaven VMX Inc. www.czmadness.net
John Astleford Co. www.jastco.com/parts-online.html
James Holland Services -
Mathcless, AJS www.jhsracing.co.uk
KTM World www.ktmworld.com
Loomis Powder Coating www.loomispowdercoating.com/Index.html
Maico Madness www.maicomadness.com

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Acceleration: The rate of change of velocity or speed. Big Bikes: Any dirtbike that is 125cc or larger. Caliper: 1. The apparatus on disc brakes which hold the
Velocity is steady and is measured in distance per time disc pads and straddles the disc. When actuated the pads
(e.g., feet per second, miles per hour, kilometers per hour). Big Wheel: Any motocross bike that is bigger than an 80, press against the disc to stop or slow the vehicle. 2. An
Acceleration keeps increasing and is measured in velocity but smaller than a 125. This term usually refers to the adjustable measuring tool that is placed around (outside
per time (e.g., feet per second per second or feet per sec- Kawasaki 85cc big wheel and the newer 100cc bigwheel. caliper) or within (inside caliper) an object and adjusted until
ond squared) it just contacts. It is then withdrawn and the distance meas-
The Bike Died: Any time the bike’s engine stops running ured between the contacting points.
After Market: Any bike part that isn’t factory built. (Doesn’t unintentionally.
come on production bike.) Came in Hot: When rider carries a high amount of momen-
Bike Stand: A metal device used to hold up a dirtbike when tum into a corner.
Air box: The plastic box that contains the air filter, protect- it is stationary. Also called a stand.
ing it from the elements. Located underneath the seat. Came Up Short: When a rider fails to completely clear an
Binders: Brakes obstacle.
Air filter: Foam piece that removes dirt and water from the
air before it reaches the carburetor. Black Flag: The disqualification flag. If you see this flag, Camelback: A jump built into the track. One bigger ramp in
you are automatically scored in last place. the center of two smaller ramps.
Amateur: Any rider not on the professional level. i.e. begin-
ner, novice, intermediate, expert Bleed the Brakes: Removing air from brake lines by irrigat- Can-Can: A freestyle trick in which a rider puts one foot
ing brake fluid. over the seat in front of the other and replaces it for the
Arm pump: Forearm fatigue caused from the strain of rid- landing.
ing for an extended period of time. Blip the Throttle: When a rider gives the bike a quick, short
burst of throttle. Can be used to control bike in drastic situ- Candy Bar: A freestyle trick in which a rider puts one foot
Attack Position: The body position a rider has when he is ations. over the bars and replaces it for the landing.
accelerating or air bourne.
Block Pass: Racing term. Used when one rider passes by Carburetor: A device that vaporizes fuel and mixes it with
Axle: Shaft that holds the wheel on the bike. Attached to the aggressively cutting in front of another. In some cases, air in proper quantities and proportions to suit the varying
front forks on the front of the bike and the swing arm on the physical contact is made. needs of the engine. A filter screens the air which is drawn
rear. into the carburetor. Here the gasoline mixes with the air and
Blown Fork Seal: Fork seal that is visibly leaking fork oil. this fuel vapor enters the combustion chamber through the
Backflip: A freestyle trick in which the rider loops out 360 intake valve where it is compressed and burned.
degrees and lands it. Blue Flag, Yellow Stripe: Shown to a rider who must move
over as he is being lapped by a faster rider. The Card: A rectangular board used by the starter to count-
Backgate: Entrance where participates register and down to the start of the race. When the starter turns the
access the racetrack paddock and pit area. Blue Groove: When the dirt on the track is very dry and board sideways, the riders know that the gate will drop with-
hardpacked and it appears blue or black from the rubber in five seconds.
Back Marker: Traditionally, this was a rider at the back of worn off of tires.
the race group, also lapper, sometimes squid, rolling road- Case: 1. The bike transmission. 2. When the rider mis-
block, etc. Bobble: When a rider falls or makes a mistake while riding. judges the distance of a jump and the bottom of the bike hits
the ground.
Backward Falling Gate: Starting gate that falls towards the Bogging: Term referring to the low pitch sound of a bike
riders. engine that is not getting full power. Case Cover: A metal piece on the side of the transmission
that covers the clutch components.
Bail: A bundle of hay. Also, a rider that purposely ditches Bogging Down: When you are trying to accelerate and
the bike to avoid injury. your bike is not in the power band. Case plate: Metal plate underneath bike which protects the
transmission.
Banging Bars: Is when you and an opponent are having an Bologna Skin: Tire Tube
intense battle for position and there may be contact Casing It: Painful and unpleasant. This is when the rider
involved. Boneyard: Salvage yard for used bikes & parts. typically comes up short in a set of jumps, doubles or triples.
His landing on the face of the upcoming jump does not allow
Barrels: Another term for engine cylinders or jugs. Bottom Dead Center (BDC): The lowest point of the piston the front suspension to absorb any of the impact as such the
and connecting rod travel in a cylinder. frame and engine "case" are require. Has the same effect
Bar Hop: A freestyle trick in which the rider puts both feet as someone pulling out your chair as you are about to sit
over the handlebars between his arms and then replaces Bottomed Out: When a bike’s shocks or forks are com- down. Your bottom thinks you going to land on a nice soft
them for the landing. pletely compressed due to a hard landing. seat, instead you slam onto the floor.

Bark Busters: For riding in dense tree areas, metal and/or Brain Bucket: Helmet Catapult: A steep jump that allows rider to gain a lot of
plastic pieces on handlebars that protect hands from trees. height.
Brain Fade: Occurs when a rider has not trained properly,
Bar Mount: Metal clamp that connects the handlebars to causing him to lose mental stamina while racing. Riders with CC: Stands for cubic centimeters. A metric form of measure-
the triple clamp. brain fade lose energy and feel worn out, not wanting to ride ment used to measure the volume of the amount of oil in the
100% for the entire race. gear box and the amount of space in the cylinder. This
Bar Pad: The protection device made of foam found on the determines the size of the motorcycle. ie: 125cc.
crossbar of the handlebars. Can be cylindrical or square. Brake Check: Front rider quickly applies brakes, causing
back rider to slow down or possibly rear end the front rider. Chain: A piece of linked metal that runs from the front
Bars: Handlebars. sprocket to the back sprocket. Makes the rear wheel turn.
Brake Pads: The friction material or lining which is secured
Base Gasket: The gasket directly below the cylinder and to metal plates. They press against the brake disc or rotor Chain Adjuster: Bolt found on the rear of the swingarm
between the cylinder and crankcase. to enable the wheel to stop. which is loosened or tightened to change the slack on the
chain. When adjusted, the rear wheel moves forward and
Basic Expert: An apprentice expert professional rider. Brake Pin: Metal piece on the brake caliper that holds the backward.
brake pads in place.
Basket Case: An old bike which probably does not run. Chain Lube: Liquid used to protect the chain from dirt, rust,
Often many engine and transmission parts have been Brake Slide: When you enter a corner and the back tire and wear.
removed and are either missing or stored in the trunk or a slides when you lock up the back brake.
“basket”. Chain Roller: Keeps the chain from hitting the frame and
Braking Bumps: Places on track just before corners where the swing arm.
Bean Oil: Premix oil made from custor beans. Blendzall. riders have continually used brakes, creating small bumps.
Originally called whoop-de-doos. Chain Slider: A rubber piece that protects the swingarm
Beginner: The lowest amateur skill level of racing. from the chain.
Beginner, Novice, Intermediate, Expert Bronson Rock: Anything that is NOT a bonified tool that
you use to fix a bike. Charging A Corner: When a rider approaches a corner
Berm: A berm is the built up outside edge of a corner on the very quickly and aggressively.
track. Cable Luber: Device used to lubricate the clutch cable.

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Checkered Flag: White flag with black squares that is Conventional Forks: A form of suspension more common- Dust Bowl: When the track is very dusty and causes limit-
waved by track official to signal the end of the race. ly used in the past, female component holds the axle, male ed vision for riders.
component is held by the triple clamp.
Choke: A butterfly valve or plate located near the top of the Dyno: A machine used to measure the horsepower and
carburetor that limits or restricts the amount of air allowed to Coolant:: Liquid in the cooling system. Usually a mixture of torque of an engine.
enter the carburetor, thus enriching the fuel-air mixture and water and antifreeze (ethylene glycol). This mixture lowers
enabling the bike to start and run more easily when cold. the freezing point of the water in the cooling system, pre- Endo: When rider pitches forward at an angle on bike.
vents rust and corrosion, lubricates the water pump, and Could lead to a face plant.
Chop The Throttle: Suddenly letting off of the throttle while picks up heat from the engine and transfers it to the air
accelerating. passing through the radiator. Event: The overall sum of race elements including pre-race
practice.
Circlip: Small circular metal piece that holds the wrist pin in Cordova: A freestyle trick in which the rider puts his feet up
place inside the piston. to the bars and does a backbend, then replaces his feet Exhaust Port: Part of the cylinder where the exhaust fumes
back onto the pegs for the landing. leave the cylinder and enter the exhaust pipe.
Class: Division of skill levels between riders.
Crossbar: A part of the handlebar that gives it added sup- Expansion Chamber: The widest part of an exhaust pipe.
Clicker: A stylish trick a rider does while airborne. He lays port.
the motorcycle flat while bringing the back of the bike Expert: The highest skill level of amateur racing. Beginner,
around. Cubic Centimeter: See CC. Novice, Intermediate, Expert. A top level of professional
rider.
Clutch: A device that disconnects the engine from the Cylinder: Metal piece that sits on top of transmission,
transmission, to allow the vehicle to change gears, and then allows the piston and rings to operate along with the spark Face Mask: Plastic piece connected to the helmet that pro-
allows the engine and transmission to resume contact and plug to make the engine fire. tects the face from dirt and debris. Old school.
turn together at a new speed. The clutch consists of a series
of parts: clutch lever, clutch cable, clutch perch, clutch Cylinder Bored: Widening the cylinder to give more space Face Plant: When rider crashes and lands on his face.
adjuster, pressure plate, springs, basket, fiber and metal for a larger piston and ring.
plates. Fade: When a rider gets worn out and drops back in the
Cylinder Head: The detachable metal (aluminum or iron) field.
Clutch Adjuster: A system that tightens or loosens the section that is bolted to the top of the cylinder block. It is
clutch lever. It is located on the clutch cable and on the used to cover the tops of the cylinders, in many cases the Fat: Too Rich Fuel Mixture
clutch perch. cylinder head contains the valves, it also forms part of the
combustion chamber. It has water and oil passages for cool- Fender Grab: A freestyle trick in which the rider grabs one
Clutch Basket: Metal piece in the transmission that holds ing and lubrication. of the fenders.
the clutch plates.
Cylinder Sleeve: Innermost part of the cylinder which Filter Oil: Product put on the air filter to help keep dust and
Clutch Cable: Line running between the clutch lever and comes in contact with the piston ring. debris from entering the engine.
the transmission. Allows the clutch to engage and disen-
gage. Dash for Cash: A race held during intermission at some Finesse: When the rider lets the bike work for him to be as
events where riders pay to enter and the first place finisher smooth as possible in his technique.
Clutch Cover Gasket: Rubber piece that forms a seal wins all of the entry fees. Usually in Arenacross.
between the clutch cover and the transmission, keeping oil First Turn: The first corner in the track following the drop of
in and maintaining pressure. Dead Sailor: When a rider jumps over a freestyle jump and the gate. Also the point where the holeshot is determined.
does not attempt a trick.
Clutch Lever: A metal piece attached to the left side of the Flag Mount: Metal piece that holds a flag onto the bike’s
handlebars. Engages and disengages the clutch. Decompress: Technical style of ramp jumping where the swingarm when riding in the dunes.
rider tries to stay as low as possible over the jump so that
Clutch Perch: The metal piece that holds the clutch lever he can get back on the ground as soon as possible. Flagger: Track workers that are placed on the side of the
onto the handlebar and connects the clutch cable to the track and look for hazards on course such as crashes or
clutch lever. Disc Brake: A type of brake that has two basic compo- animals. When a hazard is spotted they wave a yellow flag.
nents: a flat rotor (disc) that turns with the wheel and a
Float: 1. A small hollow tank which is more buoyant than the
Clutch Plate: Discs that remove the force of the motor from caliper that is stationary. When the brake pedal is
liquid in which it is immersed. In a carburetor it operates the
the transmission. Made of metal or fiber. depressed, linkage (mechanical or hydraulic) causes the
valve (needle and seat) which controls the amount of fuel
caliper to force its heat-resistant brake pads against both
entering the carburetor. In the fuel tank, it indicates the
Clutch Spring: Metal device used to keep pressure sides of the rotating disc thus slowing or stopping the wheel.
amount of fuel. Also see valve float. Older floats were hol-
between the clutch basket, clutch plates, and the pressure
low and made of metal, but newer ones were made of a
plates. Located in the transmission. Displacement: The measured volume an internal combus-
solid synthetic material. 2. The action of the breaker arm
tion engine piston(s) displace with one full stroke (bottom-
when it is pushed out as the cam strikes the rubbing block;
Coffin: A freestyle trick where a rider lays back on the bike center to top-center crankshaft rotation for each piston).
and before the arm can return after the cam has passed, the
and sticks his feet forward while holding on to the handle-
Ditch The Bike: When a rider for any reason jumps off his next cam strikes the block and re-opens it. In other words,
bars.
bike. the breaker arm never has the time to fully close before
being opened again.
Coil: A pulse-type transformer for increasing the voltage to
fire the spark plugs. DNF: Did not finish
Float Bowl: That part of a carburetor that acts as a reser-
DNS: Did not start - as in the rider did not start the race. voir for gasoline and in which the float is placed. The float
Compress: Technical style of ramp jumping in which the
controls the amount of fuel moving through the fuel valve.
rider utilizes the suspension to jump higher.
DNQ: Did not qualify for race.
Flooded: When too much fuel enters the cylinder and
Compression: One of the essential factors in internal com-
Docked A Lap: When for any reason a rider is penalized by drowns out the spark plug, causing the bike not to start.
bustion engine (fuel, air, proper proportion of mixture, com-
losing a lap on the field. Could be caused by double jump-
pression, timing, spark). It is the squeezing of the fuel-air Fly Wheel: A relatively large and heavy wheel that is
ing on a yellow flag.
mixture in the cylinder of a spark-ignition engine. attached to the back of the crankshaft to smooth out the fir-
Compression makes the process of combustion more effec- Doubles / Triples: Doubles and triples are large multiple ing impulses. It provides inertia to keep the crankshaft turn-
tive and increases engine efficiency. jumps that allow riders to fly through the air rather than tra- ing smoothly during the periods when no power is being
versing each jump one at a time. Triple jumps are the signa- applied. It also forms a base for the starter ring gear and, in
Compression Stroke: The second stroke of the four- ture obstacle of Supercross. Outdoor venues are imple- manual transmission, for the clutch assembly. Also called
stroke cycle, in which the piston moves upward from bottom menting these as well although safety concerns have “engine flywheel.”
dead center to top dead center, compressing the fuel-air promted the design of longer tabletop jumps, allowing riders
mixture. to jump basically as far as they want. Foot Peg: Metal piece connected to the frame that the rider
stands on.
Concrete Start: Starting pad that is made of concrete. Down Hill: The downward sloping area of a track.
Fork Guards: Plastic cover for the male section of the front
Conditions: The state that the track is in—muddy, tacky, or DQ'ed: Disqualified. "I thought I won, but I got DQ'ed." suspension, protects it from dirt and debris.
hardpacked.
Drop The Clutch: When a rider quickly lets out the clutch. Fork Oil: Product used for pressure and lubrication in the
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Fork Seal: Rubber piece on front suspension which keeps Gear: Wheel-like part with teeth cut into the rim. When one Head Milled: To remove metal from the bottom of the head
fork oil from leaking out and creates an air tight seal within gear meshes with another gear, it causes the second gear of the engine through the use of a rotating toothed cutter.
the suspension system. to drive the other and in this way transmits power. When the Decreases air space in the engine and increases compres-
gears are different sizes (different number of teeth on each sion.
Fork Spring: A spring found in each tube of the front sus- gear) the mechanical average is changed. Can also refer to
pension. Used to absorb impact and rebound the suspen- riding apparel. Heat Race: Qualifying races to determine advancement to
sion. the main event and semi final transfer and alignment posi-
Gear Bag: Bag used to carry any gear or items used when tioning
Fork Tube: Hollow metal part of the front suspension which
riding.
holds the spring and allows the male section to operate.
High RPM: When the engine is running in mid to full throt-
Forward Falling Gate: Starting gate that falls away from Gear Box: The device in the drivetrain consisting of an tle. RPM stands for rotations per minute. 1 rpm is when the
the riders. input shaft, a system of gears, and an output shaft that mul- crankshaft makes 1 full rotation.
tiplies engine torque. A manual transmission consists of a
Four Stroke: An engine requiring two complete revolutions clutch assembly plus a gearbox; and automatic transmis- High Side: When a rider loses balance on a turn and tips
of the crankshaft to fire each piston once. The first stroke sion generally consists of a torque converter plus gearbox. towards the outside of the turn, causing him to crash.
down (intake stroke) pulls fuel and air into the combustion
chamber. The second stroke up (compression stroke) com- Gear Ratio: The relationship between the number of turns Holeshot: The rider in the lead around the first turn at the
presses the mixture. The third stroke down (power stroke) made by a driving gear to complete one full turn of the driv- start of the race.
comes about through the rapid burning of the compressed en gear. If the driving gear turns four times to turn the driv-
fuel mixture. The fourth stroke up (exhaust stroke) expels en gear once, the gear ratio would be 4 to 1. In most Hosed: Worn or broken beyond repair
the exhaust gases from the cylinder. It is also called the instances, the gear ratio is not even like 4:1 because the
“Otto cycle.” same teeth would be meshing with each other. Thus a ratio Hub: The center of a wheel consisting of a shell to which
of 4.11:1, for instance, means that a particular tooth on one spokes attach and contains an axle along with two sets of
Frame Guard: A metal or plastic piece that attaches to the gear may eventually mesh with every one of the teeth on the bearings.
frame above the foot pegs. It protects the frame from wear other gear. Changing the tire size will change the effective
and tear. gear ratio. Idle: The engine speed when the vehicle is not moving. The
engine’s slowest practical speed.
Free Sag: A term used when setting race sag. Also known The Gate: Refers to the starting gate or the gate which
as Static Sag. This is the measurement of how much the encloses the entire track grounds. Idle Screw: On a motocross bike it is normally the choke. If
suspension droops without the rider and is one way of you turn it you can adjust the idle of your bike.
measuring whether the spring is too light or too stiff for the The Gate Opens: The designated time that the track
rider. grounds are open to the public. Indian Air: A freestyle trick in which the rider puts his legs
behind the bike and crosses them, then replaces them for
Freestyle: Style of riding in which riders perform tricks over GNCC: Grand National Cross Country Offroad Racing. the landing.
jumps.
Goggles: Eye protection used by motocross racers. Indoor: Any event held inside a stadium or covered arena,
Freestyle Ramps: A jump that is specifically designed to out of the elements.
perform tricks. Goggle Lens: (Lens) Transparent plastic part of goggles
that shield eyes from debris. Come in several types: orange, Inside Line: Part of the track that is on the inner curve of a
Freestyle Track: A track with jumps that are specifically gradient, clear, yellow, mirror, gray, smoke, hologram, fog turn.
designed to perform freestyle tricks on. resistant, double pane.
Intake Boot: Plastic piece that channels the air from the air
Front Brake Cable: Line running between the front brake Going Big: When a rider jumps especially high on a ramp. box to the carburetor.
reservoir and the front brake master cylinder. Transfers
pressure produced by the brake lever through the line to the Goon: An outdated, inappropriate, dangerous, or squirrely Intake Valve: The valve that opens to permit the fuel mix-
master cylinder. rider. AKA: Spode, Nerd, Dork, Squirrel. ture into the cylinder. It closes during the compression and
combustion strokes. Some engines have more than one
Front Brake Master Cylinder: The part of the hydraulic
Grab Holes: Holes found under the seat which freestyle rid- intake valve to each cylinder. Also called the “inlet valve.”
brake system which stores the brake fluid. As the brake
ers use to hold on to the bike when doing certain tricks.
pedal is applied pressure is forced against a small movable
Intermediate: The amateur skill level of racing just below
piston in the master cylinder to push hydraulic fluid through
Graphics: Stickers on the plastic of the bike used for looks expert. Beginner, Novice, Intermediate, Expert.
the lines to the wheel cylinders and force the brake linings
and advertisement.
against the drum (in the case of drum brakes) or force the
Inverted Forks: Commonly called “upside down forks”.
brake pads against the disc (in the case of disc brakes).
Green Flag: Held by a track worker on the finish line to indi- Male component holds the axle and female component is
cate to riders that the first lap of the race has been complet- held by the triple clamp.
Front Brake Reservoir: Small container found on the sub-
ed.
frame which holds the excess brake fluid.
Intake Port: Opening in the cylinder where fuel enters.
Front End Washes Out: When the front end of the bike Grid: A defined area divided into starting alignment posi-
slides sideways due to loss of traction while in motion. Can tions. Jesus Clip: A small clip that you Will drop, followed by "Oh
cause a crash. Jesus", 'cause you know you will never find it.
Grips: Rubber pieces which cover the ends of the handle-
Front Number Plate: Plastic piece on the front of the bike bars. Provide traction and impact absorption. Jet: A fuel tube or pipe in the carburetor, into which air is
used to block debris and display racing number. admitted through one or more holes to compensate for a
Half Waffle Grips: Grips which are half smooth and half tendency of the main nozzle to deliver too rich a mixture as
Front Suspension: Two metal pieces that connect from the textured. the air velocity through the carburetor increases. Also called
triple clamp to the axle, that absorb the impact of the track “air bleed.”
terrain. Hand Guards: Plastic covers connected to the front of han-
dlebars which protect rider’s hands from dirt and debris. Jetting: When you adjust the size of components in your
Full Waffle Grips: Grips which are fully textured. carburetor to get the proper mixture of gas and air.
Handlebars: The part of the bike that you hold on to. Found
Gas Cap: The lid on the gas tank which is removed to check under the grips. Johnny: A portable track restroom.
level of fuel or in order to add fuel.
Hardpack: Track condition in which the ground is dry and Jump-off Contest: Any type of jumping competition.
Gas Tank: The container for holding or storing fuel, located firm.
between the seat and the radiator shroud. Jump the Gate: When a rider takes off before the starting
Head: A part of the engine which covers the piston and cre- gate drops and possibly becomes caught.
Gasket: A material made of asbestos, cardboard, cork, ates the combustion chamber. The proper name is cylinder
paper, rubber, or soft metal placed between two metal parts head. Kick it Over: When you attempt to kick start a bike.
to insure proper sealing.
Head Gasket: The gasket at the top of the cylinder and sits Kick Starter: Metal lever on the right hand side of the bike
between the cylinder and the head. It keeps the coolant out that is used to start the engine.
of the cylinders and retains compression in the cylinder.
Kicker: A short jump that has a sharp angle to the ground
on the launch. Kicker jumps are notorious for bucking riders
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Kidney Belt: A protective wrap worn around the waist that Master Link: A special link on a chain that can be opened Oil: A substance that lubricates and cools the moving parts
guards the kidneys from injury. by flexing a plate, removing a screw, or some other means of the engine and reduces the formation of rust and corro-
besides driving out a rivet. The retaining spring clip is sion. It contains additives which fights the corrosion of bear-
Kill Switch: A button located on the left side of the handle- shaped like a fish with a round head and twin tails. ings, keeps small particles in suspension, reduces engine
bars. When pushed turns off bike. wear, and reduces oxidization, minimizes carbon, lacquer,
Match The Cases: Engine modification where both parts of and gum formation. Oil comes in varying viscosity weights
Kill The Bike: Any situation where the engine mistakenly the transmission are aligned perfectly to increase engine suitable for efficient operation in cold and hot weather and
stops. performance. for engines in varying states of wear.

Knee Brace: Device used to give the knee support when Mechanic: Wrench Oil Drain Bolt: Bolt that is removed to drain oil located on
riding. Made of metal, hard plastic, and fabric. the bottom of the transmission.
Meet: The racing elements of an event.
Knee Pads: Protective pads used to guard the knee from On The Pipe: When a rider or bike is going very fast. This
injury when riding. Midrange: Middle section of the powerband. expression refers to when a dirt bike’s two-stroke engine is
operating at optimum rpm. Exhaust pipes for these motor-
Knobbies: The type of tires used by Supercross and Mile (M): Oval dirt tracks greater than 4,000 feet in length. cycles are designed to work best at certain engine speeds.
motocross racers. These tires have large square knobs of When a motorcycle is on the pipe, it is running at the rpm
rubber tread that are designed and arranged in various Mini: Another name for an 80cc dirt bike or an 80cc racing that gives maximum horsepower.
ways to best grab the dirt. Sometimes mechanics take class.
knobby tires and carve them even more with a hot tire cut- One Hander: Freestyle trick where rider takes one hand off
ter -- in order to help the tire pattern best match the terrain. Model: An assigned name and/or number identifying a of the handlebars and then replaces it for the landing.
manufacturer's certain type of motorcycle.
Lap: One full run around a track that ends at the finish line. One-Off: One-of-a-kind fabricated part
Model family: A motorcycle (or motorcycle engine assem-
Lapper: A rider that gets a full lap behind in a race. bly) of the same OEM production line having interchange- Plugs: Spark Plugs - intake & exhaust valve openings
able parts, a common manufacturer parts catalog and serv-
Last Chance Qualifier: (LCQ) In the main event style rac- ice manual. Pole: Inside line of the track
ing format this is the last opportunity for the racer to
advance to the main event. Modified: Any bike that has after market parts on it or has Outdoor: Refers to races held outside in the elements.
had work done on the engine or suspension. This is also a
Lever: A simple machine comprising an arm and a pivot. racing class where only modified bikes may enter. Over 25: A class of racing for people over 25 years old.
Can be found on the handlebars (clutch lever, brake lever).
MotoTT (TT): Dirt tracks of varying shapes and sizes with Over 30: A class of racing for people over 30 years old.
LH: Left hand side or direction one or more RH turns and could have a jump or jumps.
Over 40: A class of racing for people over 40 years old.
Lifter: A lifter that uses hydraulic oil pressure to maintain no Mud Flap: A plastic cover connected to the airbox. Protects
clearance between metal parts so that valve noise is the shock from debris. Over 50: A class of racing for people over 50 years old.
reduced. Also it reduces wear on the valves and eliminates
periodic valve adjustments. Mulisha Air: (Superman seat-grab) A freestyle trick. Over 60: A class of racing for people over 60 years old.

Line: This describes the path of the motorcycle as a rider Nac-Nac: A freestyle trick in which the rider brings one leg Paddle Tire: Tire that is used for riding in the sand.
goes through a section of track or around a turn. Riders over the seat and then puts his foot back on the peg for the
think hard about the best lines to take, lines that can be landing. Panic Rev: The typical reaction when a frightened rider
used for passing, and lines to be used later in a race when sees that his front end is low in the air. Can sometimes bring
the track surface has changed. Needle: Is a shaft with a pointed end. When the needle is the front end up.
fully seated in the seat, no gasoline can enter the float bowl.
Linkage: A series of rods, yokes, levers, bars or links used As the needle is lifted off the seat some gas pours into the Parade Lap: Typically done by pros at larger events. The
to transmit motion from one unit to another. Connected from float bowl. The needle moves when the float in the float bowl winner of the race takes an extra lap around the track for the
the swingarm to the rear shock. drops below a set height. fan’s entertainment.

Look Back: When a rider glances behind him to assess Needle Bearing: A roller type bearing in which the many Peewee: A 50cc dirt bike, also a class of racing.
where the other racers are in relation to him. rollers have a very narrow diameter in relation to their Petcock: A small valve or tap which is used to control the
length. The design makes them particularly useful in situa- flow of liquid. A petcock may also be found on the line com-
Loopout: When a rider is in the air and the front end goes tions where there is limited space such as the rod bearings ing from the fuel tank.
too high. Can cause panic rev or a crash. Can be corrected on some pistons. Also called “Quill-type bearing.”
by tapping the back brake.
Petroleum Oil: Raw material from which gasoline,
Nipple: Small metal part of the wheel that connects the kerosene, lubricating oils, propane, diesel fuel, etc. are
Low End: Lower section of the powerband. Also can refer spoke to the rim. refined. Consists primarily of hydrogen and carbon; but also
to the lower part of the engine. Connecting rod and crank-
contains other elements. Its source is decomposed organic
shaft. No Footed Can-Can: A freestyle trick in which the rider puts matter which has been buried.
both of his feet on one side of the bike and straightens his
Low RPM: When the engine is running at mid to low throt- legs horizontally, and then puts his feet back on the pegs for Pile Up: A single crash in which multiple bikes are involved.
tle. RPM stands for rotations per minute. 1 rpm is when the the landing.
crankshaft does one full rotation.
Pilot Jet: Metal piece located inside the carburetor used to
No Handed Landing: A freestyle trick in which a rider takes mix air and fuel.
Magneto: An electrical device which generates electrical both of his hands off the bars and lands the bike with them
current when it is rotated by an outside source of power. It still off. Pinned: Term referring to a bike that is at its maximum
needs no outside source of power such as a battery. It may
RPM.
produce either low or high tension current. No Hander: A freestyle trick in which the rider takes both
hands off of the bike and then replaces them for the landing. Pipe: Part of the exhaust system connected to the cylinder
The Main: Main Event
and the silencer. Transfers exhaust from the cylinder to the
Nose: Term used when a rider jumps a ramp and lands on silencer. Also known as the exhaust pipe.
Main Jet: Metal piece located inside the carburetor used to the front wheel first.
mix air and fuel.
Pipe Hanger: Metal piece that connects the exhaust pipe to
Nothing: A freestyle trick in which the rider takes his hands the frame of the dirtbike to stabilize it.
Marbley: Track condition. When the track consists of small and feet off of the bike and then replaces them for the land-
clots of dirt that are dry and hard. ing. Piston: Metal piece located in the cylinder. Connected to
Master Cylinder: The primary component for pressurizing the rod and the ring. Used to support the ring and create
Novice: An amateur skill level of racing just after beginner. compression in the engine.
fluid in a hydraulic system. Used in the braking system, it
Beginner, Novice, Intermediate, Expert.
supports a reservoir for holding brake fluid and is activated
each time the driver depresses the brake pedal. Piston Pin: See wrist pin.
OEM: Original equipment manufacturer
Pit Board: Board shown to riders during a race to motivate
Off Camber: A turn where the outside of the curve is sloped or send a message.
downward.

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Pit riding: When a racer rides his bike or a pit bike through Pull: Ability to accelerate Rider: A professional dirt track competitor at the meet.
the pits, illegal at some events and tracks.
Pull Rod: Metal piece found in the linkage which connects Riders Meeting: The gathering of all of the riders at a race.
Pitched: When the bike or the rider is thrown awkwardly rear shock to the swingarm. Takes place right before the races begin to review any infor-
due to changes in the terrain. mation riders may need before the race.
Purpose Chassis: Motorcycles using after-market pur-
Pits: Outer section of the race track where riders park their pose built frames, or frames not of the same corresponding Riding Dirty: When a rider is deliberately inconsiderate or
bikes when they are not racing. approved engine model rude to other riders on the track. When a rider is known for
taking out other riders.
Plastic: Refers to the radiator shrouds, fenders, side pan- Purse: Prize money that the pros win when they win.
els, and front number plate. Rim: Round metal piece which holds the tire. Connected to
Race Gas: Refined gasoline, usually with a higher level of the spokes by the nipple.
Play Ride: A recreational form of riding that is not training octane which helps the bike engine to run cooler.
for racing. Rim Lock: Rubber piece inside the tire that holds the tire to
Race Crew: Mechanic or pit area assistance at the meet. the rim.
Pot: Carburetor
Race Track: The actual area where closed course compe- Ring: A metal, split ring installed in the groove on the out-
Port: Openings in engine cylinder used for fuel entrance tition takes place. side wall of the piston. The ring contacts the sides of the ring
and the exit of exhaust. groove and also rubs against the cylinder wall thus sealing
Race Sag: The amount that the seat drops when a rider sits the space between the piston and the wall. Poor rings can
Porting: An engine modification where the cylinder’s intake on the bike. Used to correctly adjust suspension for rider’s cause poor compression and severe blowby. Often seen as
and exhaust ports are widened to increase flow into and out weight. blue smoke out the exhaust pipe.
of the engine.
Radiator: A device that cools the liquid in the cooling sys- Rhythm Section: A part of a track consisting of whoops
Power Valve: A valve in a carburetor or in the cylinder that tem by allowing it to circulate through a series of water that can be doubled, tripled or hit in all different sequences.
is operated by vacuum or mechanical linkage to provide channels, which are exposed to air ducts. Found under the
more fuel at wide open throttle. radiator shroud. Rolling Basket: Basket case bike, fairly intact but does not
run, needs work.
Power Valve Cover: Metal piece that covers the power Radiator Shroud: Plastic piece connected from the radia-
valve. Attached to the side of the cylinder. tor to the gas tank which protects the radiator. Roost: Dirt or debris thrown in the air from the force of a
spinning rear tire.
Powerband: The point at which a two stroke engine’s Rake: The front forks forward steering angle taken from a
power engages. vertical plane 90degrees to the ground and up the line of the Rotor: A small rotating cap-like unit at the end of the dis-
forks. tributor shaft. It is located on the breaker cam inside the
Practice: The time a rider spends on his bike preparing for cap. It connects between the center electrode and the vari-
a race. Also, a specific time set aside just before a race Ramp: Anything that a motorcycle can catch air off of. ous outer spark plug terminals as it turns, thus distributing
where riders can familiarize themselves with the track. the high voltage from the ignition coil secondary winding to
Ratio: A fixed relationship between things in number, quan- the proper spark plug. 2. A rotating armature inside a stator.
Pre-Ignition: When the intake charge is ignited too early. tity or degree. For example, if the fuel mixture contains one As the rotor turns within the stator, electricity is produced to
The combustion pressure exerts large forces on the upward part of gas for fifteen parts of air, the ratio would be 15 to 1. power the electrical components. 3. A trichoidal device in a
traveling piston and can destroy the engine. On the other rotary engine.
hand, detonation can occur at any point during the combus- Ratio Rite: A translucent plastic measuring cup which
tion process. It is basically a violent and uncontrolled explo- allows for proper pre-mix ratios from 16:1 to 70:1. RPM: Abbreviation for revolutions per minute. Indicates the
sion in the combustion chamber. Although folks commonly amount of times the crank shaft turns in a minute.
refer to combustion as an "explosion" it is actually more Rear Brake: Mechanism that stops the bike by slowing
appropriately term a "controlled burn". Explosions in the down the rear tire. It Consists of the lever, lines, reservoir, Running Choppy: Refers to a motorcycle that is misfiring,
combustion chamber are undesireable, and the violent pads, caliper, and master cylinder. causing improper acceleration.
release of energy can also destroy an engine. Pre-ignition
can sometimes lead to detonation because the premature Rear Brake Lever: Mechanism used to activate the rear Rut: An indention made in the track due to continuous rid-
burn in simultaneously compressed. brake. ing.

Premix Oil: Lubricant which is mixed with the gasoline in Rear Brake Reservoir: Small container found on the sub- Saran Wrap: Freestyle trick where rider puts one foot over
order to lubricate the cylinder. Also called 2-stroke oil. frame which holds the excess brake fluid. the bars and completely circles it back around, lifting
whichever hand is in the way and then replacing both the
Pressure: The force due to the weight of a substance exert- Rear shock: The rear suspension connected from the link- hand and foot for the landing.
ed over the area the substance occupies. In metric meas- age to the frame that absorbs the impact of landings for the
ure, it is the force acting on each square meter. To calculate rear tire. Schoolboy: A class of racing in which any rider under the
pressure, divide the force (in newtons) by the area (in age of 16 may enter.
square meters). It is measured in newtons per square meter Rebound: The action of a shock absorber to spring back to
(N/m²). In Imperial (U.S.) measure, it is measured in pounds its fully extended state. Seat Cover: The vinyl material that covers the part of the
per square inch (lb/in.²) (psi). Also, can refer to one rider rid- bike you sit on.
ing closely behind another in a race to try to find a good Red Flag: Held by workers on the finish line of the track to
opportunity to pass. alert the riders that the race may be restarted and riders Semi: Racing class in the main event racing format. The
need to stop. race riders participate in if they did not make the main event
Pressure Plate: That part of a clutch assembly that through in their heat race.
spring pressure, squeezes the clutch disc against the fly- Reed Valve: A one-way valve used in a two-cycle engine. It
wheel thereby transmitting a driving force through the is made of a flat strip of metal that lies on the floor of the Shark Fin: The metal piece that fits over and protects the
assembly. To disengage the clutch, the pressure plate is crankcase over a hole connected to the carburetor. As the rear brake caliper.
drawn away from the flywheel via linkage. piston moves up, the vacuum developed in the crankcase
lifts the reed valve off the hole. The vacuum causes the fuel- Shift lever: A metal piece located in front of the left foot-
Pro: The highest skill level of racing. (Supercross and air mixture to flow from the carburetor into the crankcase. peg, attached to the transmission. Used to switch gears.
Nationals) Then, as the piston starts to move down, pressure increas-
es in the crankcase pushing the reed valve down, closing Sidecar: A motorcycle that has a special attached unit with
Production: A manufactured motorcycle available to the the hole and sealing the crankcase. a wheel to carry a passenger.
public at authorized dealerships or through a motorcycle
distribution company Reeds: Thin plastic piece that flutters, causing air and fuel Side Panel: Plastic piece on both sides of the dirtbike that
to mix and sprays this mixture into the cylinder. Found on holds the rider’s number.
Production Chassis: Motorcycle models produced by a the intake valve.
major motorcycle manufacturer of 100 or more motorcycles Side Wall: Smooth part of the tire between the bead and
built annually (total units, all models), and available for pur- Restrictor: (or restrictor plate) A device used to restrict the the tread. Typically contains the writing.
chase at no less than 20 authorized US dealerships air-fuel mix intake of an internal combustion engine to
reduce a motorcycle's power. Silencer: Part of the exhaust system found under one of the
Program: An outline of scheduled races making up the side panels, connected to the exhaust pipe. Used to muffle
event. RH: Right hand side or direction the noise of the engine.

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Silencer Packing: Fiberglass insulation found inside the Stoppie: When a rider pulls in the front brake causing the Throttle Cable: Line running between the twist throttle and
exhaust pipe to help reduce noise. bike to pitch forward into an endo-wheelie and continues the carburetor. Raises and lowers the needle and the slide
moving. inside the carburetor which regulates how much fuel is let
Single: One ramp all by itself. into the cylinder.
Stork: A freestyle trick in which the rider sticks his legs
Ski Jump: A jump with an especially long landing ramp backwards far above the seat. Throttle Valve: Metal slide located in the carburetor used to
which allows the rider to land on the ramp at any speed. keep the needle alined when accelerating and decelerating.
Stuck In The Gate: When a rider takes off before the start-
Skid Plate: Metal piece that attaches to the frame under the ing gate drops and becomes caught. Timing: A term referring to rider’s sense of judgement on
transmission. It protects the tranny. landings and other skills.
Studders: Multiple jumps in a row that are very little, like
Slip The Clutch: When a rider gradually releases the clutch whoops, but smaller. Tire: Rubber piece attached to the rim that touches the
lever. ground. Used for traction and some impact absorption.
Stuffed: Term used when one rider passes another on a
Spark Plug: A device containing two electrodes across corner and forces him to the outside edge of the track. Took Me Out: Phrase used when one rider intentionally
which electricity jumps to produce a spark to fire the fuel causes another rider to crash.
charge. The center electrode is insulated from the spark Subframe: Metal piece on the bike connected to the frame
plug shell by means of a molded insulator resembling that holds the air box, the side panels, the rear fender, and Top Dead Center: (TDC) Highest point of piston and con-
porcelain. The side electrode protrudes from the bottom the seat. necting-rod travel in a cylinder; the ends of the compression
edge of the spark plug shell and is so positioned that there and exhaust strokes in a four-cycle engine.
is a gap between it and the center electrode. Supercross: Professional series race held indoors at a sta-
Transfer Position: In the main event racing format it is the
dium. Tracks consist of larger jumps.
selected heat, semi, and last chance qualifier positions that
Split The Cases: When the transmission is taken apart for
will let a rider continue into the main event.
mechanical servicing. Superman: A freestyle trick where the rider keeps his
hands on the grips and straightens his body and legs above
Transmission: The mechanical system, including gears
Spode: A rider that has no skill, but does not realize it and and parallel to the bike.
and shafts, by which power is transmitted from the engine of
never improves. Typically can be found giving bogus advice
the bike to the drive wheel. Also a set of gears and the pro-
to other riders. Supermini: A class of racing that only includes modified
tective casing that covers this in a vehicle or engine.
mini bikes.
Spoke: Thin metal part of the wheel that connects the rim Tread: The outside part of the tire which provides traction.
to the hub and can be adjusted to true the rim. Swap: When the back end of the bike jumps to the right and
left, usually caused by bumps in the course. Trick: Freestyle maneuver.
Sprocket: A metal gear that transfers power from the
engine to the chain or from the chain to the rear wheel. Sweeper: A corner that is not sharp and riders can maintain Triple Clamp: Clamps that hold the front suspension onto
speed around. the frame of the bike. They also hold the handlebars on the
Squid: An inconsistent and dangerous rider. bike.
Swingarm: Metal piece connected to the rear axle and the
Squirrel: See squid. frame that holds the rear wheel on. Triple: Jump made of three ramps. Object is to clear all
three and land on the downside of the farthest one.
Staggered Gate: This occurs when track officials choose to Switchblade Can-Can: A freestyle trick in which a rider
run two races at once. They do this by starting the first race, turns his body around in the air with his feet sticking out to True: When a rim is properly straightened. Can be adjusted
putting the gate back up, and starting the second race. the side of the bike and crosses his legs. by tightening the spokes on the wheels and needs to be
Usually the two races are still scored separately. done any time a rider spins the wheel and it wobbles.
Synthetic Oil: An oil produced by chemical processes
Staging: Area where riders gather to prepare to line up at rather than occurring naturally. Turn it Over: Term used whenever someone attempts to
the starting gate. start a bike. Can be used to tell someone to kick start their
T-Bone: When one rider runs directly into the side of anoth- bike.
Stall: When the bike’s engine stops running for any reason. er rider and usually takes the rider out.
Tweaked Bars: Handlebars that are bent from a crash.
Starting Box: The box which holds the mechanism that Table Top: A jump with a flat top. Object is to clear the flat
drops the starting gate. Located in the middle of the starting area and land on the downslope of the far side. Twist Throttle: The right grip on the handlebars which is
line. used as a means of acceleration by rolling it towards the
Tacky: When the track is moist and sticky, it is referred to rider.
Starting Gate: A mechanical backward-falling gate as being tacky, tires get good traction when the track is
tacky. Twitch: A freestyle trick in which the rider puts one leg over
Static Sag: A term used when setting race sag. Also known the bars and one leg out to the side of the bike and then
as Free Sag. This is the measurement of how much the sus- Tap the back brake in the air: Jumping technique used places them back on the pegs for the landing.
pension droops without the rider and is one way of measur- when the front end is too high while the rider is in the air.
ing whether the spring is too light or too stiff for the rider. Rider presses the back brake with the right foot which stops Two Stroke: A reciprocating engine cycle in which the pis-
the rear tire and forces the front end to drop or raises the ton takes over some of the valve functions in order to obtain
Stator: The fixed electrical windings on a magneto, alter- rear end. a power stroke each revolution of the crankshaft. This
nator, or generator. It turns within the rotor. involves the use of ports in the cylinders which are covered
Tapped Out: Refers to the top speed of each gear on the and uncovered by the movements of the piston. As the pis-
Steering Stem Bearings: Bearings used to turn the front bike. For example: “I was tapped out in third.” ton moves down, it clears these ports so that the exhaust
wheel. gases can exit and a fresh charge of mixture can enter at
Tear Off: Thin disposable plastic sheet that goes over the the same time. In a typical two-stroke engine the fuel-air
Steering Stop: Located on the lower triple clamp. Metal lens of goggles. Rider can use multiple tear offs and remove mixture enters the crankcase through a reed valve. When
pieces that stop the front end from turning too far. them throughout the race to clear mud from his vision. the piston is at the bottom of the cylinder a port is uncov-
ered. As prior movement of the piston has compressed the
Step-Up: A jump built into the track. Looks like a stairstep. Tech: A term wherein motocycles and rider gear are scruti- mixture in the crankcase, it flows into the cylinder. Further
nized for safety and competition rule compliance. compression in the cylinder starts as soon as the piston
Step-Off: When a rider intentionally jumps off his bike. reverses and covers the ports. At the same time compres-
Terrain: Ground fit for riding. sion is occurring in the cylinder, movement of the piston has
Sterilizer: A freestyle trick where the rider puts both feet created a vacuum in the crankcase which draws a fresh
over the handlebars between his hands, keeping both Three Fingers: A common form of measurement used to charge of mixture from the carburetor into the crankcase.
hands on the grips, and landing in that position. check the correct tension on bike chain. The compressed charge is fired as the piston reaches top
dead center. As expansion of the burning charge forces the
Stock: A motorcycle which has all factory parts and no after Throttle: The device that controls the vacuum created in piston downward, the reed valve in the crankcase closes
market parts. Also a class of racing in which only stock bikes the Venturi of the carburetor. The greater the vacuum, the and the mixture in the crankcase is compressed. As the pis-
may enter. richer the fuel-air mixture. The throttle enables the engine to ton uncovers the ports at the bottom of the stroke, com-
run on a richer mixture and produce more power for high- pressed mixture from the crankcase enters the cylinder
Stoked: Term used to describe excitement of a rider. speed. again and is deflected by a baffle on the piston head into the
outer end of the cylinder. This incoming fresh mixture then
assists in pushing the burned gases out of the cylinder and
the cycle is repeated.

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Vent Hose: Tube connected to the gas cap which gives the
gas tank proper ventilation.

Vet Class: Class of racing where only racers age 40 and


over may enter.

Vintage: Refers to a bike that is many years old. Also a


class of racing where only vintage bikes may enter.

Visor Grind: A freestyle trick in which the rider touches his


visor to the front fender.

Visor Grind Fender Grab: A freestyle trick in which the


rider touches his visor to the front fender and grabs the front
fender at the same time.

Wad It Up: A crash typically resulting from an endo and


causing the rider to land on his head.

Washed Out: Any time a rider’s front tire slides out to one
side or the other.

Water Pump: A device that circulates the liquid through the


cooling system by pumping it from the engine water jackets
to the radiator. The pump is usually mounted at the front of
the engine and is driven by a belt from a pulley on the front
end of the crankshaft.

Water the Track: When officials spray water on the track’s


dirt, this makes the terrain more tacky to create better trac-
tion for racers.

Wheelie: When a rider accelerates and the front wheel lifts


up off of the ground.

Whip: Freestyle trick in which rider lays the bike flat hori-
zontally in the air and then brings it back up for the landing.

White Flag: Waved to indicate one lap left in the race. Can
be seen by riders on the finish line.

Whoops: Also known as whoop-de-doos. Mogul-like sec-


tion of the track typically consisting of more than 10 tiny
jumps in a row. Whoops are one of the most difficult obsta-
cles on a Supercross track, as timing, throttle control and
body positioning are crucial. Whoops are usually good
places for fast riders to pass.

Wide Open: Refers to the top speed of each gear on the dirt
bike. For example: “I was wide open in third.”

Wrist Pin: A metal piece that holds the piston onto the
crankshaft.

Yellow Flag: Caution, slow down. Held by track workers


who are randomly placed on the track, used to caution rid-
ers about hazards on the course.

Waving Yellow Flag: Extreme caution, slow down. Could


be a pack of riders down on the track.

Sources: Suzuki, FormulaUSA, MotoXschool.com & Rick’s


head.

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Pit Bikes & Mini Moto Links
www.moto-xtreme-online.com www.risdesigns.com
The 50cc plus Revolution www.50ccracing.com www.sanomx.com
www.50sbrotherhood.com www.second-look.com
Seems like a hundred years ago there were dozens of www.50school.com www.sik50s.com
little Honda XR-50’s or even CT-70’s available and ripping www.50sunlimited.com www.sikktoys.com
www.5150industries.com www.pitracermagazine.com
around the pits or through the camping areas of race tracks www.ahpminis.com www.stormcycles.com
www.ard.com.au www.throttleup.ws/index.htm
all across the country. Then two-stroke mini-bikes began to www.biggunexhaust.com www.twobrothersracing.com
www.billetware.com/pages/xr50.html www.worksperformance.com
swallow up the Honda XR-75’s that were all the racing rage www.bbrmotorsports.com www.xtremeracing50s.com
www.cold-fusion.com www.holeshotm.home.att.net
and those became the pit bikes of choice. www.chilli50s.com www.thexrshop.com
www.crf50s.com www.planetminis.com
Pit bikes were just that, for the pits. They weren’t the holeshotm.home.att.net www.ministothemax.com
www.chronic50s.com www.50riders.com
pits, they were just little mini-motorcycles to carry riders, www.ezchrome.com www.50ccracing.com
www.chromedynamics.com
crew, moms, dads, girl friends, etc. from deep within the www.crf50shop.com
www.crowerpower.com
bowels of camping-pit area back to the spectator area, thus www.faster-minis.com
eliminating the half-mile trek that it always seemed to be. www.fiddycity.com
www.eastcoastminimx.com
In 2005 pit-bikes have moved to a sport class of their www.dragon-racing-parts.com
www.donsprecisionmfg.com
own. There are championship caliber events for grown www.gearworksmfg.com
www.faddybike.com/monkeythailand.htm
men, riders, professionals to compete on these “mini’bikes” www.fast50s.com
www.foesracing.com
and compete for some serious prizes. www.fiveoracing.com
www.fiddyspot.com
What can you possible do to a “mini-bike”? Almost www.fmxr.com
www.freakzoneracing.com
anything at this point. There are complete rebuilds and www.iconracingusa.com
holeshotm.home.att.net
upgrades for engines, frames, suspension components www.hissracing.com
www.hanebrink.net
both front and rear, wheels, well just about everything. www.hondaminitrail.com
There are magazines designed specifically for the mini- www.mxishock.com
www.jokermachine.com
moto craze and events designed just to showcase the often www.lahayeracing.com
www.sonicjay.com
highly tuned, max performance 50cc, 75cc, and 110cc www.mini4-stroke.com
www.minibikeoutlet.com
machines. www.minibikepro.com/mbp_home.htm
www.minibikesprings.com
The question might beg, why would anyone want to do www.minimotosx.com
www.ministothemax.com
this? Perhaps the best answer now is, because they can. w w w. m o t o w o r l d r a c i n g . c o m / x r 5 0 -
minis.html
Review the links and the information that we have here. www.moto-xtreme-online.com
www.norcal50s.com
Check the websites, read the magazines, get down to your www.oldhonda.com
www.paxracing.com
local dealer, talk to riders at the track. Mini-moto is a great www.phat50s.com
www.pitbiketrader.com
way to go racing, have some fun, carry yourself through the www.pimped50s.com
pits and more, with a motorcycle with an engine twice the www.pimpinminis.com
www.powerbikeusa.com
size of your weed-eater. www.powroll.com
www.precision-racing-components.com
We’ve listed as many manufacturers, dealers, vendors, www.ppsdistributing.com
www.quick50s.com
etc. as we could find to help you build your own custom www.ready-fireracing.com
www.ridebold.com
“fiddy”. Also check out the magazine, book & video sec- www.rbracinginc.com
www.rideltd.com
tions of this Guide for more Mini-Moto & pit bike products.

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PROMOTERS & ORGANIZATIONS Blue Ribbon Coalition
4555 Burley Drive, Suite A
American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association Pocatello, ID 83202-1921
P.O. Box 1725 Phone: 208.237.1008 Fax: 208.237.9424
Goodlettsville, TN 37070 Website: www.sharetrails.org
Phone: 615.851.3674 Fax: 615.851.3678 The BlueRibbon Coalition champions responsible use of public lands for the benefit
Website: www.ahrma.org of all recreationists by educating and empowering its members to:
The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association Ltd. is a not-for-profit organi- - Secure, protect, and expand shared outdoor recreation access and use
zation dedicated to restoring and competing on classic motorcycles. With well over - Work collaboratively with land managers and other recreationists
5,000 members, AHRMA is the largest vintage-racing group in North America and - Educate the general public media, elected officials, and other decision makers on
one of the biggest in the world. The association has grown steadily over the years, recreation and access issues
reflecting the increasing interest in classic bikes. AHRMA offers vintage national and - Promote equitable and responsible land management
regional roadracing, motocross, dirt track, observed trials and cross country compe- - Affect the political and administrative process
tition. - Support recreation on, and promote, respect for private property
- Encourage appropriate enforcement of the law
American Motorcyclist Association (AMA)
13515 Yarmouth Drive Bureau of Land Management
Pickerington, Ohio 43147 Office of Public Affairs
Phone: 614.856.1900 Fax: 614.856.1920 1849 C Street, Room 406-LS
Website: www.ama-cycle.org Washington, DC 20240 U.S.A.
Phone: 202. 452.5125 Fax: 202. 452.5124
Founded in 1924, the AMA has an unparalleled history of pursuing, protecting and Website: www.blm.gov
promoting the interests of the world's largest and most dedicated group of motorcy-
cle enthusiasts. The AMA focuses on rights, riding and racing through its government Administers public land
relations work, by sanctioning road and off-road riding activities and overseeing pro- California OHV Parks
fessional and amateur racing events. 1725 23rd Street, Suite 200
In addition, the AMA is the sole American affiliate of the Fédération Internationale de Sacramento, CA 94269-0001 U.S.A.
Motocyclisme (FIM), the international governing body for motorcycle sport and tour- Phone: 916.324.4442 Fax: 916. 324.0271
ing activity. Website: www.ohv.parks.ca.gov

The AMA’s headquarters in Pickerington, Ohio, is also home to the Motorcycle Hall The Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Program was born in 1971 out of the crit-
of Fame Museum. The museum honors those who have contributed notably to our ical need to better manage growing demands for off-highway recreation, while at the
sport – be it racers like Dick Mann, designers like Craig Vetter, or publishers like same time foster respect for private property rights and protect California's natural
Floyd Clymer -- in the Hall of Fame and also presents rotating exhibits of interest to and cultural resources. Today, this program, a division of the California Department
motorcyclists and the general public in its three galleries. of Parks and Recreation, is the largest and most successful program of its type in the
U.S. Today, the program continues its commitment to provide safe, enjoyable recre-
District List ation while balancing the need to protect the state's resources.
District: #1-New England District: #21-Kansas, Oklahoma In addition to providing accessibility to off-highway recreation for everyone from hik-
District: #2-New Jersey District: #22-Iowa ers to bikers to bird watchers, the program provides a variety of services and bene-
District: #3-Eastern New York District: #23-Minnesota fits to California's residents and the state's visitors, including resource management
District: #4-Western New York District: #24-Idaho, Montana of its lands, wildlife habitat protection, youth development and law enforcement.
District: #5-Western Virginia, Western District: #25-Colorado, Wyoming
Program funding comes from fuel taxes that are attributable to the recreational use
Pennsylvania District: #26-Utah, Eastern Nevada
of vehicles off highway, off-highway vehicle registration fees and fees collected at
District: #6-Eastern Pennsylvania District: #27-Washington
state vehicular recreation areas.
District: #7-Maryland, Delaware District: #28-Oregon
District: #8-Florida District: #29-North, South Carolina Clear Channel Entertainment (CCE)
District: #9-Georgia District: #31-Arizona Clear Channel Entertainment - Motor Sports
District: #10-Kentucky District: #32-Tennessee 495 North Commons Drive, Suite 200
District: #11-Southern Ohio District: #34-Metro New York, Long Aurora, IL 60504-8187
District: #12-Northern Ohio Island Phone: 630.566.6100 Fax: 630.566.6180
District: #13-Virginia District: #35-Central California, Central- Website: www.sfxmotorsports.com
District: #14-Northeastern Michigan, Western
Clear Channel Entertainment - Motor Sports, a division of Clear Channel
Lower Michigan District: #36-Northern California,
Entertainment and one of the world's largest producers and promoters of specialized
District: #15-Indiana Northwestern Nevada
motor sports events, presents over 225 events, over 500 performances at premier
District: #16-Northwestern Michigan, District: #37-Southern California
arena and stadium venues across North America. These events attract over 5 million
Wisconsin District: #39-Hawaii
spectators each year! The color, light, sound, speed and intense action of Clear
District: #17-Central, Western Illinois District: #41-Northeastern Texas
Channel Motor Sports events transport fans from the ordinary to a place where
District: #18-Southern Illinois, Missouri District: #43-Alabama, Northwest Florida
motorcycles fly and monsters roar. For more than 30 years Clear Channel’s commit-
District: #19-Arkansas, Louisiana, District: #45-New Mexico
ment to spectacular events with far reaching fan appeal has created skyrocketing
Mississippi
attendance figures.
District: #20-Southern Texas
Clear Channel Entertainment - Motor Sports produces and promotes the best in all-
terrain entertainment. From the two-wheeled action of THQ World Supercross GP
America’s PowerSports
and National Arenacross Series to the four wheel power of the USHRA Monster Jam
155 Franklin Road, Suite 310
Series and USHRA Thunder Nationals to the ultimate power of the Hooter’s IHRA
Brentwood, TN 37027 U.S.A.
Drag Racing Series Clear Channel Entertainment - Motor Sports has anything and
Phone: 615.377.4260 Fax: 615.377.4265
everything a corporate partner could desire.
Website: www.americaspowersports.com
Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM)
America's PowerSports (APS) is a retail dealer network whose mission is to become
Website: www.fim.ch/en
the leading power sports retailer by building the largest and most customer-focused
dealer network, by acquiring or developing best-in-class dealers, growing their busi- The FIM, Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme, is the body that governs motor-
nesses and creating assets and earnings that maximize long term profitability and cycling sport at world level. It groups together 88 affiliated National Federations and
shareholder value. 6 Continental Unions, as well as Specialised Associations . Several Championships
are managed, in the field of television rights, marketing and promotion, by
Contractual Partners.
The FIM is controlled by its Statutes and Standing Orders, the Championships by the
Sporting Code and the specific Rules of each discipline as well as by the Technical
Rules and Codes (Medical, Disciplinary) general to all disciplines. Its different exec-
utive, legislative and judicial Bodies work for the development and the improvement
of the motorcycling sport.

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The FIM also takes care of matters concerning the non-sporting aspects of motorcy- National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council, Inc.
cling: tourism, the motorcycle as a leisure vehicle, the subjects linked to public affairs 4718 South Taylor Drive
and road safety. It is also concerned with aspects linked to the environment Sheboygan, WI 53081 U.S.A.
(Environmental Code) as well as the development of the motorcycle in general. It is Toll Free: 800.348.6487
present in Brussels by the intermediary of its representation office within the Phone: Fax: 920.458.3446
European Union where it fights for the defence of the interests of all users of mech- Website: www.nohvcc.org
anised two-wheel vehicles. Publicly supported, education foundation organized for the sole purpose of promot-
With about 25 collaborators at FIM Headquarters, the Executive Secretariat takes ing safe, responsible, family oriented off-highway recreational experiences. We are
care of the general administration of all the domains in which the FIM is involved. a forum for organizations and supporters of OHV recreation, including OHV manu-
In 2003, its Sporting Calendar includes more than 1,000 events in the different disci- facturers, aftermarket, affiliated foundations, OHV dealers, clubs and enthusiasts, to
plines, divided up into World Championships and FIM Prizes, Continental become partners in creating a positive future for the sport.
Championships and International Events. National Motosport Association (NMA)
The various FIM Championship and Prize events and the Continental P. 0. BOX 4305
Championships represent a management of more than 90 different Classifications - Mission Viejo, CA. 92690
all disciplines together - established from the complete results of each event. Website: nmamx.com
Phone: 909.657.6782, 949.768.2810, 951.657.6782
Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC)
States: Nationwide Membership: $35.
716 Gordon Baker Road, Suite 100
Racetracks: Qualifiers for Ponca City and World Mini.
North York, Ontario M2H 3B4 Canada
Events per Year: 100.
Toll Free: 877.470.MMIC 6642.
Membership Benefits: Allows you to race and a newsletter.
Phone: 416.491.4449 Fax: 416.493.1985
Website: www.mmic.ca The NMA 34rd Annual "World Mini Grand Prix” was held in Las Vegas at the Las
Vegas Motor Speedway from April 12th-17th. This is the largest motocross event in
The Motorcycle and Moped Industry Council, originally founded in 1971, is a nation-
the world (over 3,000 entries in 2004). No qualifiers. Call for next years info.
al, non-profit, trade association which represents the responsible interests of the
major motorcycle distributors, as well as the manufacturers, distributors and retail The NMA 30th Annual "Grand National Championship Motocross" in Ponca City,
outlets of motorcycle related products and services, and individual owners and rid- Oklahoma, will be July 24th through July 30th. This event is the grand finale result-
ers of motorcycles in Canada. The member companies of the MMIC account for over ing from over 100 events in 33 states and presents the top performers from their
99 percent of all the new motorcycles sold in Canada. The MMIC is funded entirely respective regions.
by its members, affiliate members and by the programs and services it offers. National Promoters Group (NPG)
Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) Website: www.mxnationals.com
Discover Today's Motorcycling The goal of the NPG is to raise the awareness of motocross through the production
2 Jenner Street, Suite 150 of professional championship racing events, while providing the cash prizes -
Irvine, CA 92618 U.S.A. through sponsorship opportunities - for the competitors.
Phone: 949.727.4211 Fax: 949.727.3313
Website: www.motorcycles.org Tread Lightly
The Motorcycle Safety FoundationSM is a national, not-for-profit organization pro- 298 24th Street, Suite 325
moting the safety of motorcyclists with programs in rider training, operator licensing Ogden, UT 84401 U.S.A.
and public information. The MSF is sponsored by the U.S. manufacturers and dis- Toll Free: 800.966.9900
tributors of BMW, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Piaggio/Vespa, Phone: Fax: 801.621.8633
Suzuki, Victory and Yamaha motorcycles. Website: www.treadlightly.org

Discover Today's Motorcycling (DTM), the media and consumer outreach program of Tread Lightly!® is a nonprofit organization whose mission is “To empower genera-
the Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC), is a source of information about motorcycling tions to enjoy the outdoors responsibly through education and restoration.” While its
to the media and the general public. mission incorporates all forms of outdoor recreation, Tread Lightly!’s core focus is the
ethical use of motorized and mechanized vehicles on both land and water.
Motorcycle Riders Foundation
P.O. Box 1808 In 1985, the US Forest Service launched the Tread Lightly! program as a means of
Washinton D.C., 20013-1808 U.S.A. addressing concerns about the impacts from increasing numbers of visitors to the
Phone: 202.546.0983 Fax: 202.546.0986 great outdoors for recreational purposes. In 1990, to maximize the program’s effec-
Website: www.mrf.org tiveness, management responsibilities were transferred to the private sector, making
Tread Lightly! an apolitical, not-for-profit organization.
An advocate before national, state, and local legislative, executive, and judicial bod-
ies and with private or public entities regarding issues affecting motorcycles, motor- Tread Lightly! is funded by donations from individual members, corporations, dealer-
cyclists, or motorcycling. ships, clubs, retailers and other organizations interested in spreading the message
of responsible and ethical use of the outdoors. Federal Partners include the National
Motorcycle Safety Foundation Park Service, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation,
2 Jenner Street, Suite 150 and Army Corps of Engineers.
Irvine, CA 92618-3806 U.S.A.
Phone: 949. 727.3227 x3072 Tech RACE SERIES
949. 727.3227 x3023 Orders Fax: 949. 623.2335 Anchorage Racing Lions
Website: www.msf-usa.org Website: www.mxalaska.com/
Sets internationally recognized standards of excellence in motorcycle rider education Several Series: Alaska State Championship Series, Anchorage City Series, Rival
and training. Park MX Series, Kenai City Series, Fairbanks City Series, Homer City Series
National Coalition of Motorcyclists Arizona (AMX) Motocross Championship Series
21054 Sherman Way Website: www.GoMXRacing.com
Canoga Park, CA 91303 U.S.A.
Toll Free: 800.525.5355 The website lists a number of different series held throughout Arizona.
Phone: Fax: 818.992.1515 Branson USA National MX Championship
Website: www.aimncom.com Phone: 909.657.8845
The goal and purpose of NCOM is to assist all motorcycle organizations and individ- Website: www.bransonmx.com
ual riders with legal, legislative and other motorcycling issues. The Coalition will not
Best of Georgia Championship Series
dictate to any organization, but will be available to assist NCOM member groups
Website: www.ga-mxracing.com/index1.html
through such FREE services as legislative assistance, nationwide information net-
work, public awareness programs, safety projects, loan program, biker anti-discrim-
ination legal and legislative assistance, etc.

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Continental Motosport Club (CMC) Motocross Racing Association (MRA)
PO Box 3178 P.O. Box 18
Mission Viejo, CA 92690-3178 Milan MI 48160-0018
Phone: 949.367.1141 Phone: 734.241.1600
Fax: 949.367.1608 Website: www.racemra.com
Website: www.cmcmotocross.com Scott USA Motocross Championship Series & Ironman MotoGP Series
CMC Racing's Major Race series include Golden State Nationals, Spring Classic States: Michigan & Ohio
Nationals, Copperstate Series, Trans-Cal Nationals and the Pac-West Nationals. We
sanction events in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Missouri State Motocross Championship Series
Montana, Wyoming, California and Western Canada. 8856 Highway BB
Huntsville, Missouri 65259
California Mini Motorcycle Club (CMMC) Phone: 660.263.4321
P.O. Box 2038 Website: www.mostatemx.com
El Cajon, CA 92021
Phone: 760.752.8252 MotoDome Winter Series
Website: www.baronaoaks.com Phone: 218.894.5089
Website: www.motocityraceway.homestead.com/WelcomeToMotoCity.html
States: California.
Barona Oaks Raceway located on the Barona Indian Reservation on Wild Cat Tracks: MotoDome, MotoCity Raceway, Kanabec County Fair, Anoka County Fair
Canyon Road in San Diego County. The season typically runs from February to Mutant Motosports Winter & Spring Series
December and consists of a 21 race Championship Series. Mutant Motorsports Promotions LLC
California Racing Club (CRC) 1852 West 11th Street, # 125
208 Shaner Road Tracy, CA 95376
Palmdale, CA 93551 Mutant Hot-Line: 1.86mutantmx or 209.833.6346
Phone: 805.272.8889 Website: www.mutantmotorsports.com/promoIndex.htm
Website: www.lacrmx.com New England Motocross Association (NEMA) MX Series - Spring & Fall
Racetrack: LA County Website: www.nemamx.com
Dunestown Series NEMA Info Hotline : 1.888.277.NEMA (6362)
Florida Motocross Series New England Motocross (NEMX)
Website: www.prosportsusa.com/events.htm#south P.O. Box 323
Phone: 772.340.4367 Granby, MA 01033-0323
Phone: 877.577.NEMX
GFI Sports & AMP Racing Website: www.nemx.org
PO Box 3450
New England Sports Committee (NESC)
Turlock, CA 95380
P.O. Box 342
Phone: 209.656.9682 (24 Hour Message Phone)
East Hampton, CT 06424
Fax: 209.656.9683
Phone: 207.782.5115 Fax: 860.267.1780
www.ampracing.com
Website: nescmotocross.com
AMP Spring Series & Lake Elsinore Grand Prix
Maine Motocross Series
States: California, Nevada and Arizona.
States: Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut.
Racetracks: Perris, Glen Helen, LA County, Competition Park, Barona Oaks,
Starwest, Lancaster Fairgrounds, Hollister Hills, Oat Field, Carnegie, La Grange, Las Thor/Parts Unlimited
Vegas Motor Speedway. Northeast Classic Motocross Series
For more information on The Northeast Classic Motocross Series
GNC Texas Series
Contact Tom Hurd @ 607.849.4438
Website: www.gncmx.com
GNC Texas Series & GNC Top Texan Series Pacific Racing Organization
741-D Stevenson Ave.
Georgia/Alabama Championship Series
Enumclaw, WA. 98022
Website: www.monstermountain.com
Website: www.devolracing.com/PRO/home.htm
Joliet MX
Northwest National MX Series & Top Gun Team Championship
Website: www.jolietmx.com
Perris Motorsports Association
Lake County Fair SX
1205 Burton Road
Website: www.fairsx.com
Perris, CA 92570 USA
Lake Whitney Spring Series Phone: 909.657.7441 Fax: 909.657.9529
Moto-Mgmt., LP / Lake Whitney MX Website: www.perrisraceway.com
PO Box 69
Hot Summer Nights Series & Spring Series
Azle, TX 76098
Phone: 817.270.1814 Fax: 817.270.1866 PRO-Source Indoor SX
Track: 254.694.8088 (Race Days Only) 1790 E. M-50
Website: www.lakewhitneymx.com Tecumseh, MI 49286
Phone: 517.423.7300 Fax: 517.424.4433
Middle Atlantic Motocross Association (MAMMA) MX Series
Website: www.prosourcesuzuki.com/event_promo.htm
Website: www.mamamx.com
Hotline Number: 410.375.1059 Winter Indoor MX Series
Megacross Shootout Racing Enterprises Motocross (REM)
Website: www.megacross.com Phone: 619.484.1441
Located at the TRI- COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS in Mendota, IL. Racetracks: Glen Helen.
Events per Year: 37.
Michigan State Fair Supercross Series
SJO Productions Southern All-Stars MX Series
P.O. Box 449 205 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Fremont, MI 49412 Dalton, GA 30721
Phone: 231.924.5778 Fax: 231.924.6733 Website: www.sasmx.com
Website: www.sjoproductions.com States: Georgia, Tennessee & Kentucky

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Unlimited Sports, Inc.
P.O. Box 783606
Winter Garden, FL 34778-3606
Phone: 407.654.6431 Fax: 407.654.6143
Website: www.unlimitedsportsmx.com
Unlimited Sports Florida Winter Am Series, Unlimited Sports Winter Olympics
Unlimited Sports Florida Gold Cup Series
U.S. Eastern MX Spring Series
Birch Creek Motorsports
1115 Franklin Turnpike
Danville, VA 24540
Phone: 434.836.2841 Fax: 434.836.1967
Website: www.birchcreekmotorsports.com/bcmx/useastern.htm
Victory Sports Racing
Phone: 423.323.5497
Fax: 423.323.3870
Website: www.victory-sports.com
Producing CHAMPIONSHIP racing events 50 weeks of every year - Arenacross,
Supercross, Motocross, Hare Scrambles, ATV Racing, and 4x4 Truck Mud Racing -
19 different tracks and arenas in 6 different states - Tennessee, Virginia, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky & West Virginia.
Western 4-Stroke National Motocross
Phone: 503.756.4782
Winchester Speed Park Supercross
517 Keene Road
Winchester, NH 03470
Phone: 603.239.6406
Website: www.winchesterspeedpark.com

If your race series, organization or promotional group is not


listed or your information needs updating, e-mail Susan at
susanwitt@motocrossguide.com.

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Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region
125 1 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta CA West 125 88 Nicolas Evennou Upper Marlboro MD East
250 2 Jeremy Mcgrath Encinitas CA 125/250 89 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque NM East
125/250 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana FL West 250 90 Brian Mason Columbia IL
250 5 Mike Larocco Corona CA 125/250 91 Joshua Woods Flint MI West
125 6 Steve Lamson Camino CA West 125/250 93 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton OH East
125 8 Grant Langston Murrieta CA East 125/250 97 Robert Kiniry Skaneateles NY East
250 11 Ezra Lusk Climax GA 125/250 100 Joshua Hansen Elbert CO West
250 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta CA 250 101 David Pingree Temecula CA
250 13 Heath Voss Mico TX 125 102 Shane Bess Riverside CA East
250 14 Kevin Windham Centreville MS 250 103 Sebastien Tortelli Lake Elsinore CA
250 15 Timmy Ferry Largo FL 125 104 Shae Bentley Fayetteville GA East
250 17 Robbie Reynard Oklahoma City OK 125/250 107 Jefferey Pestana Salinas CA West
125 18 Brock Sellards Sherrodsville OH East 250 108 Damien Plotts Conyngham PA
250 19 Doug Henry Torrington CT 250 109 Barry Carsten Bayville NJ
250 20 Damon Huffman Valencia CA 125 109 Barry Carsten Bayville NJ East
125 21 Stephane Roncada Menifee CA East 125/250 111 Jay Marmont Murrieta CA West
250 22 Chad Reed Dade City FL 125/250 114 Justin Brayton Fort Dodge IA East
250 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson NV 125 116 Tony Lorusso Rocky Hill CT East
250 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta CA 125/250 118 Jamey Grosser New Hope MN West
250 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee CA 125/250 120 Steve Mertens Lake Elsinore CA West
125 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee CA West 125 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough GA East
250 26 Michael Byrne Murrieta CA 250 123 Billy Binckley Snohomish WA
250 27 Nicholas Wey Dewitt MI 125 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta CA West
125/250 125 Daniel Blair Corona CA East
250 28 Sean Hamblin Murrieta CA
125/250 127 Randy Valade Howell MI East
125/250 31 Danny Smith Middleton ID West
125/250 128 Jimmy Wilson Willis MI East
250 33 Jason Thomas Melrose FL
125/250 129 Jeff Dement Kingwood TX East
125/250 34 Christopher Gosselaar Victorville CA West
250 130 Anthony Amaradio Temecula CA
125 35 Joshua Grant Riverside CA East
125/250 132 Billy Laninovich Lake Elsinore CA West
125/250 36 Troy Adams Brooksville FL East
250 133 Kris Papworth American Fork UT
125 37 Ryan Mills Clintondale NY East
125/250 134 Colt Humphrey Morris OK East
250 38 Ryan Clark Waddell AZ
125/250 135 Danny Carlson Sun City CA East
125 39 Kelly Smith Ludington MI East
250 136 Ty Wallace Albrightsville PA
125/250 40 Greg Schnell Rancho Cuca CA East
250 137 Brandon Thomas Auburn WA
125 42 Joaquim Rodrigues Murrieta CA East
125/250 139 Jacob Martin Oklahoma City OK West
125 44 Paul Carpenter Ithaca NY West
250 141 Mark Spillman Mount Vernon OH
250 46 Clark Stiles Athens AL
125 141 Steve Boniface Murrieta CA East
250 47 Tyler Evans Corona CA
125 144 Kyle Partridge Fountain Valley CA West
250 48 Brian Gray Jacksonville FL
125/250 147 Jason Waters Cincinnati OH East
125 48 Brian Gray Jacksonville FL East
125/250 148 Tiffer Wright Lubbock TX East
125/250 51 Andrew Short Murrieta CA West
125/250 149 Christopher Whitcraft Pickerington OH East
250 52 Keith Johnson Albuquerque NM 250 150 Scott Metz West Harrison IN
250 53 James Povolny Mendota Heights MN 125/250 151 Clifford Adoptante Riverside CA West
250 54 Jeff Gibson Westerville OH 125/250 152 Andreu Labrador Santa Clarita CA West
250 55 Joseph Oehlhof Hesperia CA 125/250 153 Gregory Crater Renton WA West
250 56 Isaiah Johnson Albuquerque NM 125/250 156 William Browning Rushville OH East
250 57 Erick Vallejo Garland TX 125/250 157 Vincent Blair Corona CA West
125 59 Tim Weigand Canyon Country CA West 250 159 Jiri Dostal Murrieta CA
125 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning PA West 125 159 Josh Tarantino Lakeside CA West
125/250 61 Joshua Summey Allen TX West 125/250 161 Casey Clark Pine Grove PA East
125 64 Sean Collier Santa Clarita CA West 125/250 166 Allen Gavlak Carlisle PA East
125/250 65 Ryan Sipes Vine Grove KY West 125/250 167 Brian Mcbride Dacula GA East
125 66 Thomas Hahn Belpre KS West 250 168 Dusty Nabor Calabasas CA
250 67 Rusty Holland Clovis CA 250 170 Richard Taylor Woodland Hills CA
250 68 Branden Jesseman De Witt IA 125/250 171 Cole Siebler Emmett ID West
125 68 Branden Jesseman De Witt IA East 125/250 173 Nathan Tiearney Carson City NV East
250 70 Travis Preston Hesperia CA 250 174 Jason Mccormick Battle Ground WA
250 72 Jean Sebastien Roy Acton Vale QC 250 178 Jason Baker Lakeland FL
250 73 Justin Buckelew Riverside CA 125/250 179 Jeff Edson Ellensburg WA West
125 74 Michael Blose Allen TX East 125/250 180 Doug Leavitt Littleton CO East
125/250 75 Richie Owens Wildomar CA West 250 181 Karl Grove Whittier CA
250 76 Ryan Morais Canyon Lake CA 125/250 182 Charley Bogard Wylie TX East
125 76 Ryan Morais Canyon Lake CA West 125/250 183 Brandon Morgan Canyon Lake CA West
125/250 77 Matthew Goerke Lake Helen FL East 125/250 184 Dennis Stapleton Capitola CA West
250 78 Ted Campbell Mesa AZ 125/250 186 Derek Costella Las Vegas NV West
125/250 80 Doug Dehaan Thorndale ON East 125 188 David Millsaps Cairo GA East
125/250 81 Thomas Hofmaster Grand Prairie TX East 125/250 190 Eric Kowalik Iron River WI East
125/250 86 Ryan Abrigo Snohomish WA West 125/250 193 Ronnie Ramiscal Mobile AL East
125 87 Turbo Reif Atascadero CA West 250 195 Jeff Bryant Plainville MA

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Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region
125/250 196 Levi Reid Llano CA West 125 307 Nicholas Mowry Eldersburg MD East
125 198 Jacob Saylor Knoxville TN East 125/250 308 Justin Johns Traverse City MI East
250 199 Travis Pastrana Davidsonville MD 125/250 310 Zeb Armstrong Gardnerville NV West
125/250 200 Nick Hernandez Mission Viejo CA West 125 311 Teddy Maier Fort Dodge IA East
125/250 201 Matt Shue Cartersville GA East 125/250 314 Nick Mcbride Corona CA West
250 203 Shawn Nutt West Chazy NY 125 316 Brandon Jones Denair CA West
125/250 205 Justin Herrmann Carlsbad CA West 125/250 317 Jimmy Hazel Kings Beach CA West
250 208 Thomas Stuckey Sierra Vista AZ 125 318 Chris Flesia Colorado Springs CO West
125 209 Jamie Simpson Kannapolis NC East 125/250 319 Brian Oneal Wilson NC East
125/250 210 Brandy Rousseau Dudley MA East 250 320 Jedd Braunwarth Waconia MN
125/250 211 Stefy Bau Tallahassee FL East 125 321 Chad Ward Falkville AL East
125/250 212 Sean Oconnor Redlands CA West 125/250 322 Zackary Lundy Jacksonville FL East
125/250 214 Japeth Suslee Nokomis IL East 250 323 Bobby Steffan Littlerock CA
125/250 215 Cory Brantley Rogers AR East 250 324 Pablo Toribio New York NY
125/250 218 Raymond Carvalho Las Vegas NV West 125 326 Paul Treas Selinsgrove PA East
125/250 219 Clint Martin Gardnerville NV West 250 327 John Sereika Riverside CA
125/250 221 Tiger Lacey Wolf Creek OR West 125/250 328 Kody Schantzen Hutchinson MN West
250 222 Ray Sommo Capistrano Bch CA 125/250 329 Eric Sebastian Locust Gap PA East
125 223 Corey Macomber Valley Center CA West 125/250 331 Dennis Black Anchorage AK West
125 225 Matthew Beavers Hemet CA West 125/250 333 Geddy Karrle Hobart IN East
125/250 226 Tyson Ezell Crofton KY East 125/250 334 Chris Gavlak Mechanicsburg PA East
125 227 Ryan Wood Ludlow MA East 125/250 337 Jacob Marsack Allenton MI West
125/250 228 Derek Leist Olney IL East 250 340 Matt Bussell Doyle CA
250 229 Nathan Pittman Escondido CA 250 340 Rick Smith Dublin OH
125/250 232 Brian Zlock Spanaway WA West 125 340 Matt Bussell Doyle CA West
250 233 Jeremy Tiffany Middlesex NY 125 343 Stephen Stella Westminster MD East
125/250 234 Thomas Bordelon Baytown TX East 250 346 Mark Brooks Orange CA
250 237 Jason Dubin Hesperia CA 125/250 349 Randy Poulter Prophetstown IL East
125/250 238 Michael Sleeter Escondido CA West 125/250 353 Justin Pries Hoyleton IL East
125/250 241 Marco Dube Montreal QC East 125/250 355 Robbie Horton Martinez GA East
250 242 Michael Hayes Melbourne FL 125/250 356 Tim Hawthorne De Soto IL East
125 243 William Ursic Scenery Hill PA East 125/250 357 David Hill New Philadelphia OH East
125 245 Tommy Harrison Redlands CA West 250 359 Kevin Simmons Fort Edward NY
125 248 Donnie Mcgourty Floral City FL East 125/250 360 Jeremy Cook Elizabethville PA East
125 249 Robbie Conklin Carlsbad CA West 250 362 Clayton Keeler Hopewell NJ
125 250 Jason Poulin Dracut MA East 125 363 Scotty Trimble Arlington TX East
125/250 251 Ashlee Woskob State College PA East 125/250 367 Matthew Jakan Canterbury CT East
125/250 252 Justin Keeney Lebanon OR West 125 368 Eulon Soito Madera CA West
125/250 254 Cole Bergeson Colfax WI East 250 370 Bruce Prochnavy Calgary AB
125/250 256 Bryan Johnson Cairo GA West 125/250 372 Brett Boehm Duvall WA West
125/250 257 John Dehn Dayton MN East 125/250 373 Darby Fowler Bristol WI East
250 259 James Stewart Haines City FL 125/250 375 John Milton Manassas VA East
125 261 Jacob Morrison Wareham MA East 125/250 376 Billy Dotson Pueblo CO West
125/250 264 Richard Albach Vista CA West 125/250 377 Thomas Bradley Waterloo IL East
125/250 265 Andrew Pingotti Middletown NY East 125/250 379 Adam Mennenga Fort Worth TX East
250 268 Lars Lindstrom Thousand Oaks CA 125/250 380 Charles Ellis Manorville NY East
125 269 Ryan Omalley Bridgehampton NY East 125/250 381 Nathan Broughton Victorville CA West
125/250 270 Nathan Skaggs Chillicothe OH East 250 382 Paul Barnes La Crescenta CA
250 271 Brenner Washel Columbus OH 125/250 384 Carl Schlacht Strongsville OH East
125/250 272 Rory Sullivan Estacada OR West 125/250 385 Cody Drewek Richardson TX East
125/250 275 Dash Lyle Carrollton GA East 250 388 Eric Padelford Farmington MN
125/250 277 Brian Schuiteman Rockford MI East 125/250 389 Tyler Duncan Canyon Lake CA West
125 278 Robbie Marshall Dundas Via West 125/250 390 Scott Ehlenfeldt Altura MN East
125/250 280 David Merrill Howell MI East 125 395 Bryan Mills Temecula CA West
125/250 281 Philip Ehnat Tacoma WA West 250 396 Nicholas Burns Forest City NC
125/250 282 Thomas Scottsmith Southwick MA East 125/250 398 Neil Farlow Frankford ON East
250 285 Robb Floth Meridian ID 250 399 Alex Mcelyea Scottsdale AZ
250 287 Derrick Kain Lake Worth FL 250 400 Ryan Terlecki Stayton OR
125/250 288 Kyle Preston Westerville OH East 125/250 401 Eric Mccrummen Oakley CA West
250 291 Blake Ferrini Rehoboth MA 125/250 402 Tad Tyrrell Winslow IL East
125/250 293 Kelly Tedder Walnut CA West 125 404 Tyler Medaglia Kemptville ON East
125/250 295 Billy Swapp Durango CO West 125/250 405 Daniel Pepoon Wells ME East
125/250 296 Bryan White New Lenox IL East 125/250 406 Justin Murray Holland Patent NY East
125/250 297 Matt Sweeney Park Hills MO East 125/250 408 Paul Lamb North Hampton NH East
125/250 300 Taylor Watts Midland TX East 250 409 Martin Leum Cashton WI
125/250 301 Dylan Lord Apple Valley CA West 125 409 Derrick Dewitt Argos IN East
125/250 302 Scott Jendro Cambridge MN East 125/250 410 Jason Kloptowsky Oak Lawn IL East
125/250 303 Scot Muterspaugh Harrisonburg VA East 125/250 412 Randall Williams Littlefield TX West
125/250 304 Bradley Ripple Crown Point IN East 250 413 Robbie King Nashville TN

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Rider Names - By Number 43
Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region
125 413 Michael Bonner Sumter SC East 125 531 Brian Hulsey Bakersfield CA West
125/250 414 Josh Bagge Shadow Hills CA West 125/250 537 Matt Greene Shelby NC East
125/250 416 Scott Howe Leona Valley CA West 125 541 Jeremy Chaussee Lancaster CA West
125/250 417 Travis Smith Lancaster CA West 125/250 544 Forrest Butler Miami FL East
125/250 418 John Nihsner Golden BC West 125/250 545 Karsten Butler Miami FL East
250 419 Ryan Stalberger Andover MN 125/250 549 Beau Baron Atascadero CA West
125/250 422 Christopher Morgan Bedford VA East 125/250 550 Timothy Hollenbeck Prospect OH East
125/250 424 Charles Castloo Montgomery TX East 125/250 551 Michael Sisemore Culloden GA East
125/250 426 Chris Barrett Pinon Hills CA West 250 552 Jay Hershey Wellington OH
125/250 427 Josh Sedmak Conneaut OH East 125/250 555 Shaun Palmer South Lake Tahoe CA West
250 428 Josh Chisum Bakersfield CA 250 557 Jay Weller Montgomery NY
125/250 429 Lindsay Wadsworth Sexsmith AB East 125/250 558 Josh Bracken Belleville MI East
125/250 430 Brandon Schlensig Phoenix AZ West 125/250 561 Daniel Mcadoo Indiana PA East
125/250 431 Joel King Monroe WA West 250 563 Scott Roegner Santa Barbara CA
125/250 433 Brent Miller Silverwood MI East 250 564 David Panzer Roy UT
250 435 Paco Torres Riverside CA 125 564 Brandon Staddan Moreno Valley CA West
125/250 437 Chris Prenderville Freehold NJ East 125/250 568 Robert Harold Hughson CA West
125/250 440 Ryan Koontz Bloomington IN East 125/250 569 Brady Sharp Platteville CO East
125/250 441 Robert Skinner Canyon Country CA West 125/250 572 Mike Berghorn Barrington IL East
250 442 Justin Mace Hesperia CA 125 575 Gary Giacchetto East Moriches NY East
250 444 Gregory Pamart Newmanstown PA 125/250 576 Chad Boyd Belle Vernon PA East
250 448 Christopher Riesenberg Manson IA 125/250 580 Cody Kovach Glouster OH East
125/250 449 Justin Myers Cottonwood AZ West 125/250 586 Dennis Ewing Lake Elsinore CA East
125/250 450 Sean Conley Fenton MI East 125 587 Nicholas Mccabe Greenwich CT East
250 451 Jon Cook Mckinleyville CA 125 594 Chad Sanner Smithfield PA East
125/250 452 James Marshall Dickinson TX East 250 595 Bryan Mcdonald Murfreesboro TN
125/250 453 Konnrad Kuest Airway Heights WA West 250 598 Lee Mullis Juliette GA
125/250 457 Scott Cram Mission Viejo CA West 125/250 599 Terry Fontenot Port Orange FL East
250 459 Gary Bruce Macedonia OH 125/250 601 Rene Reyes El Paso TX West
125/250 460 Mark Schroeder Hudson NY East 125/250 602 Greg Brooks Saline MI East
125/250 461 David Ginolfi Lake Hopatcong NJ East 125/250 606 Thomas Kelley New Philadelphia OH East
125/250 462 Rob Talbott Kendallville IN East 125/250 607 Drew Askew Pinson AL East
125/250 470 Clayton Miller Spring TX West 125/250 608 Dustin Pulley Columbia City IN East
250 471 Jake Hogan Canon City CO 125 610 Chad Gaumer Long Beach CA West
125/250 472 Kevin Brodsky Hanover PA East 250 611 Shawn Wynne Lompoc CA
125/250 475 Jesse Casillas Jamul CA West 125 611 Brady Sheren Surrey BC West
125/250 481 Nicholas Carroll Stoutsville OH East 250 612 Kevin Townsend Long Beach CA
125/250 482 Ryan St Cyr N Richland Hills TX East 125/250 614 Michael Wajda Kinsman OH East
125/250 483 Thomas Burton Stewartsville NJ East 125/250 616 Kyle Phenix Tomball TX East
125/250 484 Jonathan Ecklund Irvona PA East 125/250 617 Timothy Castrone Hoover AL East
125/250 485 Cody Huddleston Tucson AZ West 125/250 618 Jesse Johnson New London MN West
250 487 Chad Westbrook Wonder Lake IL 125 619 Dillon Christensen Medford OR West
125/250 489 Dean Gage Gilmer TX East 125/250 620 Carson Meyer Grass Valley CA West
125/250 490 Clint White Lake Elsinore CA West 125/250 621 Alvin Zalamea Huntington Beach CA West
125/250 491 Shay Manney Hobbs NM West 250 622 Josh Cox Madera CA
125 495 Tyson Burmeister Norco CA West 125/250 623 Brent Battin Morongo Valley CA West
125/250 496 Jason Thomas Riverside CA West 125/250 625 Terry Blake Louisville KY East
250 497 Curt Beloy Red Bank NJ 250 626 Jase Lillie Lubbock TX
125 497 Christhian Blanco Corona CA West 125 626 Jase Merritt Lubbock TX West
125 500 Mike Butler Austell GA East 250 627 Leighton Mcleod Lewiston ID
125/250 501 Michael Schneck Pine Grove PA East 125 627 Leighton Lillie Lewiston ID West
125/250 503 Chris Welsh Darlington MD East 250 631 Kyle Hoge Portage MI
125 504 Mathew Martin Muskegon MI East 125 631 Kyle Mcleod Portage MI East
125/250 508 Gregory Hudak West Farmington OH East 250 632 Kevin Mckiddie Pittsburgh PA
125/250 511 Paul Perebijnos Lake Worth FL East 125 632 Kevin Hoge Pittsburgh PA East
250 512 Scott Buxton Canterbury NH 125/250 636 Vernon Mckiddie Huffman TX East
125/250 513 J Garcia Bell CA West 125 637 Chris Russell Seattle WA West
125/250 514 Eric Nye Corning CA West 125/250 643 Ty Conner Alvin TX East
125/250 515 Riley Kurosky Haslet TX East 250 651 Chad Merry Saint Louis MO
125/250 517 Hans Neel Bristol TN East 125 651 Matthew Armstrong Simi Valley CA West
125/250 518 Nate Hawley Costa Mesa CA West 250 660 Robbie Smith Yukon OK
125 521 Ryan Wilson Tucson AZ West 125 660 Robbie Smith Yukon OK East
125/250 522 Ryan Poulter Prophetstown IL East 125/250 661 Jacob Kenworthy Pasco WA West
125/250 524 Brandon Butler Gainesville FL East 125/250 662 Travis Bannister Colorado Springs CO West
125/250 525 Josh Whitmire Jackson GA East 125/250 670 Shane Smith Canyon Country CA West
250 526 Kirk Allen Carroll OH 125 671 Andrew Bakken Long Beach CA East
250 527 Brian Goodin Tacoma WA 125/250 673 Eric Edwards Lamesa TX East
125/250 529 Keith Degrand Racine WI East 125/250 674 Mark Waldele Pompton Plains NJ East
125 530 Michael Brown Bakersfield CA West 125/250 676 Jeffrey Simas Rocklin CA West

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44 Rider Names - By Number
Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region
125/250 676 Jeffrey Simas Rocklin CA West 125/250 861 Calvin Andlovec Roseville CA West
125/250 683 Ryan Jones Winchester VA East 125/250 870 Michael Pugrab Ellington CT East
125/250 685 Tucker Hibbert Centreville MS East 125/250 871 Jeffrey Paul Belvidere NJ East
125/250 690 Kenny Bartram Hawthorne CA West 250 873 Jack Carpenter Ithaca NY
125 692 Ryan Orr Victorville CA West 125/250 880 Doug Schmid Campbell CA West
125/250 700 Clinton Shealy Macon GA East
250 891 Nick Davis Brentwood CA
125/250 704 Joey Mueller Lakeville MN East
125 891 Nick Davis Brentwood CA West
125/250 706 Kris Keefer Hesperia CA East
125 892 Tim Beatty San Marcos CA West
250 707 Andy Chersin Plantation FL
250 894 Michael Heingartner Avilla IN
125/250 710 Adam Smith Old Hickory TN East
250 711 Austin Squires Flower Mound TX 125/250 898 Michael Koch Madison SD East
125 711 Juan Garcia San Bernardino CA West 125/250 901 John Ober Epping NH East
125/250 712 Scott Graves Bethpage TN East 125/250 909 Ryan Wadsworth Enfield CT East
125 714 Antonio Martinez Riverside CA West 250 910 Chris Young Hemet CA
125 715 Brad Alarid Upland CA West 125 910 Johnny Marley Guthrie OK West
125/250 717 Kyle Mace Hesperia CA West 125/250 911 Derrick Fisher Jackson GA East
250 718 Gerrit Ordelman Victorville CA 125 912 Michael Nelson Hemet CA West
250 719 Jason Fields Dana Point CA 125/250 913 Michael Luoma Buffalo MN East
250 720 Patrick Wade Camarillo CA 125/250 914 Aaron Remkus Arlington TX West
125 721 Francis Lumpkins Saint Augustine FL East 125/250 915 Ron Boyas Medina OH East
125/250 724 William Bryant Hope Mills NC East 125/250 916 Gray Davenport Lehi UT West
125/250 725 Logan Darien Glenwood CO West
125/250 917 Eric Sorby Murrieta CA East
125/250 728 Scott Adolphsen Bellevue WA West
125/250 918 Michael Akaydin Louisville KY East
125/250 729 Mark Wundrack West Milford NJ East
125/250 919 Ricky Jurado Horizon City TX East
125 731 Steve Roman Avonmore PA East
125 924 Keith Santora Hammonton NJ East
125/250 732 Kyle Chisholm Seminole FL East
125/250 735 Jeff Slusher Dunkirk MD East 125 926 Ben Graves Lafayette IN East
125/250 736 Aaron Yoder Syracuse IN East 125/250 927 Travis Sewell Westville IN East
250 737 Joshua Cavanaugh Yucaipa CA 125/250 928 Robert Garrison Sparks NV West
125/250 738 Garhett Carter Stanwood WA West 125/250 930 Tom Parsons Citra FL East
125/250 740 Robert Klein Chandler AZ West 125/250 936 Brandon Hightower Colorado Springs CO West
125/250 741 Michael Sigmund Central City PA East 125 937 Paul Lindsey Colorado Springs CO East
125/250 753 Shon Serles Everett WA West 250 942 Juss Laansoo Chatsworth CA
125/250 756 Shawn Clark Montgomery IN East 250 943 Darren Koraleski Petersburg MI
125/250 757 Rodney Horrocks Dunkirk MD East 125 959 Jesus Calvillo Pomona CA West
250 761 Eric Soucy Hollis NH 125 982 Akira Narita Corona CA West
250 762 Jason Vienot Riley MI 125/250 988 Ty Morrow Henderson NV East
125 763 Scott Adkins Masontown WV East
125/250 991 Michael Gorda Smartville CA West
125/250 768 Billy Jurevich Hollister CA West
125/250 998 Chris Lykens Lamar PA East
125 775 David Kilgore Lisbon OH East
125/250 999 Dennis Dooley Mattoon IL East
125 778 Todd Gosselaar Juniper Hills CA West
125/250 781 James Thompson Kokomo IN East
125/250 782 Michael Young Palmdale CA West
250 791 Aaron Hill Aurora CO
250 794 Patrick Benner Telford PA
250 796 Richard Winchell Gansevoort NY
125/250 798 William Ainsworth Columbia CT East
125 800 Mike Alessi Apple Valley CA East
125/250 803 Mark Cyphers Covington GA East
250 808 Keola Ebesu Newport Beach CA
125 813 Aldo La Cajiga Riverside CA West
250 814 Derek Vusovich Tempe AZ
125 814 Derek Vusovich Tempe AZ West
250 815 Keith Goyette Southwick MA
125/250 817 Todd Carlson Mount Vernon WA West
125/250 818 Chad Cook Oklahoma City OK East
125 821 Mitch Carroll Grand Junction CO West
250 825 Darin Guerrie Grand Junction CO
125/250 827 Chad Johnson Rhinelander WI East
125/250 828 Jake Christensen Provo UT West
125/250 834 Kevin Frisbie Encinitas CA West
125/250 838 Brian Mcculloch Riverside CA West
125/250 839 Allan Doneth Center Line MI East
250 848 Timothy Doyle Anaheim CA
125/250 850 Ryan Tracy Lawrenceville IL East
250 851 Scott Davis Lincoln CA
125/250 852 Justin Delaware Billings MT East
125/250 855 Joseph Beatty Sherman CT East
250 858 Mitch Dervin West Olive MI
125 859 Tommy Ramirez Las Vegas NV West

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Rider Numbers - By Name 45
Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region
125/250 86 Ryan Abrigo Snohomish WA West 125 340 Matt Bussell Doyle CA West
125/250 36 Troy Adams Brooksville FL East 125 500 Mike Butler Austell GA East
125 763 Scott Adkins Masontown WV East 125/250 524 Brandon Butler Gainesville FL East
125/250 728 Scott Adolphsen Bellevue WA West 125/250 544 Forrest Butler Miami FL East
125/250 151 Clifford Adoptante Riverside CA West 125/250 545 Karsten Butler Miami FL East
125/250 798 William Ainsworth Columbia CT East 250 512 Scott Buxton Canterbury NH
125/250 918 Michael Akaydin Louisville KY East 250 26 Michael Byrne Murrieta CA
125 715 Brad Alarid Upland CA West 125 959 Jesus Calvillo Pomona CA West
125/250 264 Richard Albach Vista CA West 250 78 Ted Campbell Mesa AZ
125 800 Mike Alessi Apple Valley CA East 125/250 135 Danny Carlson Sun City CA East
250 526 Kirk Allen Carroll OH 125/250 817 Todd Carlson Mount Vernon WA West
250 130 Anthony Amaradio Temecula CA 125/250 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana FL West
125/250 861 Calvin Andlovec Roseville CA West 125 44 Paul Carpenter Ithaca NY West
125/250 310 Zeb Armstrong Gardnerville NV West 250 873 Jack Carpenter Ithaca NY
125 651 Matthew Armstrong Simi Valley CA West 125/250 481 Nicholas Carroll Stoutsville OH East
125/250 607 Drew Askew Pinson AL East 125 821 Mitch Carroll Grand Junction CO West
125/250 414 Josh Bagge Shadow Hills CA West 250 109 Barry Carsten Bayville NJ
250 178 Jason Baker Lakeland FL 125 109 Barry Carsten Bayville NJ East
125 671 Andrew Bakken Long Beach CA East 125/250 738 Garhett Carter Stanwood WA West
125/250 662 Travis Bannister Colorado Springs CO West 125/250 218 Raymond Carvalho Las Vegas NV West
250 382 Paul Barnes La Crescenta CA 125/250 475 Jesse Casillas Jamul CA West
125/250 549 Beau Baron Atascadero CA West 125/250 424 Charles Castloo Montgomery TX East
125/250 426 Chris Barrett Pinon Hills CA West 125/250 617 Timothy Castrone Hoover AL East
125/250 690 Kenny Bartram Hawthorne CA West 250 737 Joshua Cavanaugh Yucaipa CA
125 541 Jeremy Chaussee Lancaster CA West
125/250 623 Brent Battin Morongo Valley CA West
250 707 Andy Chersin Plantation FL
125/250 211 Stefy Bau Tallahassee FL East
125/250 732 Kyle Chisholm Seminole FL East
125/250 855 Joseph Beatty Sherman CT East
250 428 Josh Chisum Bakersfield CA
125 892 Tim Beatty San Marcos CA West
125 619 Dillon Christensen Medford OR West
125 225 Matthew Beavers Hemet CA West
125/250 828 Jake Christensen Provo UT West
250 497 Curt Beloy Red Bank NJ
250 38 Ryan Clark Waddell AZ
250 794 Patrick Benner Telford PA
125/250 161 Casey Clark Pine Grove PA East
125 104 Shae Bentley Fayetteville GA East
125/250 756 Shawn Clark Montgomery IN East
125/250 254 Cole Bergeson Colfax WI East
125 64 Sean Collier Santa Clarita CA West
125/250 572 Mike Berghorn Barrington IL East
125 249 Robbie Conklin Carlsbad CA West
125 102 Shane Bess Riverside CA East
125/250 450 Sean Conley Fenton MI East
250 123 Billy Binckley Snohomish WA
125/250 643 Ty Conner Alvin TX East
125/250 331 Dennis Black Anchorage AK West
125/250 360 Jeremy Cook Elizabethville PA East
125/250 125 Daniel Blair Corona CA East
250 451 Jon Cook Mckinleyville CA
125/250 157 Vincent Blair Corona CA West
125/250 818 Chad Cook Oklahoma City OK East
125/250 625 Terry Blake Louisville KY East
125/250 186 Derek Costella Las Vegas NV West
125 497 Christhian Blanco Corona CA West
250 622 Josh Cox Madera CA
125 74 Michael Blose Allen TX East
125/250 457 Scott Cram Mission Viejo CA West
125/250 372 Brett Boehm Duvall WA West 125/250 153 Gregory Crater Renton WA West
125/250 182 Charley Bogard Wylie TX East 125/250 803 Mark Cyphers Covington GA East
125 141 Steve Boniface Murrieta CA East 125/250 725 Logan Darien Glenwood Springs CO West
125 413 Michael Bonner Sumter SC East 125/250 916 Gray Davenport Lehi UT West
125/250 234 Thomas Bordelon Baytown TX East 250 851 Scott Davis Lincoln CA
125/250 915 Ron Boyas Medina OH East 250 891 Nick Davis Brentwood CA
125/250 576 Chad Boyd Belle Vernon PA East 125 891 Nick Davis Brentwood CA West
125/250 558 Josh Bracken Belleville MI East 125/250 529 Keith Degrand Racine WI East
125/250 377 Thomas Bradley Waterloo IL East 125/250 80 Doug Dehaan Thorndale ON East
125/250 215 Cory Brantley Rogers AR East 125/250 257 John Dehn Dayton MN East
250 320 Jedd Braunwarth Waconia MN 125/250 852 Justin Delaware Billings MT East
125/250 114 Justin Brayton Fort Dodge IA East 125/250 129 Jeff Dement Kingwood TX East
125/250 472 Kevin Brodsky Hanover PA East 250 858 Mitch Dervin West Olive MI
250 346 Mark Brooks Orange CA 125 409 Derrick Dewitt Argos IN East
125/250 602 Greg Brooks Saline MI East 125/250 839 Allan Doneth Center Line MI East
125/250 381 Nathan Broughton Victorville CA West 125/250 999 Dennis Dooley Mattoon IL East
125 530 Michael Brown Bakersfield CA West 250 159 Jiri Dostal Murrieta CA
125/250 156 William Browning Rushville OH East 125/250 376 Billy Dotson Pueblo CO West
250 459 Gary Bruce Macedonia OH 250 848 Timothy Doyle Anaheim CA
250 195 Jeff Bryant Plainville MA 125/250 385 Cody Drewek Richardson TX East
125/250 724 William Bryant Hope Mills NC East 125/250 241 Marco Dube Montreal QC East
250 73 Justin Buckelew Riverside CA 250 237 Jason Dubin Hesperia CA
125 495 Tyson Burmeister Norco CA West 125/250 389 Tyler Duncan Canyon Lake CA West
250 396 Nicholas Burns Forest City NC 250 808 Keola Ebesu Newport Beach CA
125/250 483 Thomas Burton Stewartsville NJ East 125/250 484 Jonathan Ecklund Irvona PA East
250 340 Matt Bussell Doyle CA 125/250 179 Jeff Edson Ellensburg WA West

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46 Rider Numbers - By Name
Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region
125/250 673 Eric Edwards Lamesa TX East 125/250 550 Timothy Hollenbeck Prospect OH East
125/250 390 Scott Ehlenfeldt Altura MN East 125/250 757 Rodney Horrocks Dunkirk MD East
125/250 281 Philip Ehnat Tacoma WA West 125/250 355 Robbie Horton Martinez GA East
125/250 380 Charles Ellis Manorville NY East 125/250 416 Scott Howe Leona Valley CA West
250 47 Tyler Evans Corona CA 125/250 508 Gregory Hudak West Farmington OH East
125 88 Nicolas Evennou Upper Marlboro MD East 125/250 485 Cody Huddleston Tucson AZ West
125/250 586 Dennis Ewing Lake Elsinore CA East 250 20 Damon Huffman Valencia CA
125/250 226 Tyson Ezell Crofton KY East 125 531 Brian Hulsey Bakersfield CA West
125/250 398 Neil Farlow Frankford ON East 125/250 134 Colt Humphrey Morris OK East
250 291 Blake Ferrini Rehoboth MA 125/250 367 Matthew Jakan Canterbury CT East
250 15 Timmy Ferry Largo FL 125/250 302 Scott Jendro Cambridge MN East
250 719 Jason Fields Dana Point CA 250 68 Branden Jesseman De Witt IA
125/250 911 Derrick Fisher Jackson GA East 125 68 Branden Jesseman De Witt IA East
125 318 Chris Flesia Colorado CO West 125/250 308 Justin Johns Traverse City MI East
250 285 Robb Floth Meridian ID 250 52 Keith Johnson Albuquerque NM
250 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta CA 250 56 Isaiah Johnson Albuquerque NM
125/250 599 Terry Fontenot Port Orange FL East 125/250 89 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque NM East
125/250 373 Darby Fowler Bristol WI East 125/250 256 Bryan Johnson Cairo GA West
125/250 834 Kevin Frisbie Encinitas CA West 125/250 618 Jesse Johnson New London MN West
125/250 489 Dean Gage Gilmer TX East 125/250 827 Chad Johnson Rhinelander WI East
125/250 513 J Garcia Bell CA West 125 316 Brandon Jones Denair CA West
125 711 Juan Garcia San Bernardino CA West 125/250 683 Ryan Jones Winchester VA East
125/250 928 Robert Garrison Sparks NV West 125/250 919 Ricky Jurado Horizon City TX East
125 610 Chad Gaumer Long Beach CA West 125/250 768 Billy Jurevich Hollister CA West
125/250 166 Allen Gavlak Carlisle PA East 250 287 Derrick Kain Lake Worth FL
125/250 334 Chris Gavlak Mechanicsburg PA East 125/250 333 Geddy Karrle Hobart IN East
125 575 Gary Giacchetto East Moriches NY East 125/250 706 Kris Keefer Hesperia CA East
250 54 Jeff Gibson Westerville OH 250 362 Clayton Keeler Hopewell NJ
125/250 461 David Ginolfi Lake Hopatcong NJ East 125/250 252 Justin Keeney Lebanon OR West
125/250 77 Matthew Goerke Lake Helen FL East 125/250 606 Thomas Kelley New Philadelphia OH East
250 527 Brian Goodin Tacoma WA 125/250 661 Jacob Kenworthy Pasco WA West
125/250 991 Michael Gorda Smartville CA West 125 775 David Kilgore Lisbon OH East
125/250 34 Christopher Gosselaar Victorville CA West 250 413 Robbie King Nashville TN
125 778 Todd Gosselaar Juniper Hills CA West 125/250 431 Joel King Monroe WA West
250 815 Keith Goyette Southwick MA 125/250 97 Robert Kiniry Skaneateles NY East
125/250 93 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton OH East 125/250 740 Robert Klein Chandler AZ West
125 35 Joshua Grant Riverside CA East 125/250 410 Jason Kloptowsky Oak Lawn IL East
125/250 712 Scott Graves Bethpage TN East 125/250 898 Michael Koch Madison SD East
125 926 Ben Graves Lafayette IN East 125/250 440 Ryan Koontz Bloomington IN East
250 48 Brian Gray Jacksonville FL 250 943 Darren Koraleski Petersburg MI
125 48 Brian Gray Jacksonville FL East 125/250 580 Cody Kovach Glouster OH East
125/250 537 Matt Greene Shelby NC East 125/250 190 Eric Kowalik Iron River WI East
125/250 118 Jamey Grosser New Hope MN West 125/250 453 Konnrad Kuest Airway Heights WA West
250 181 Karl Grove Whittier CA 125/250 515 Riley Kurosky Haslet TX East
250 825 Darin Guerrie Grand Junction CO 125 813 Aldo La Cajiga Riverside CA West
125 66 Thomas Hahn Belpre KS West 250 942 Juss Laansoo Chatsworth CA
250 28 Sean Hamblin Murrieta CA 125/250 152 Andreu Labrador Santa Clarita CA West
125/250 100 Joshua Hansen Elbert CO West 125/250 221 Tiger Lacey Wolf Creek OR West
125/250 568 Robert Harold Hughson CA West 125/250 408 Paul Lamb North Hampton NH East
125 245 Tommy Harrison Redlands CA West 125 6 Steve Lamson Camino CA West
125/250 518 Nate Hawley Costa Mesa CA West 125 8 Grant Langston Murrieta CA East
125/250 356 Tim Hawthorne De Soto IL East 125/250 132 Billy Laninovich Lake Elsinore CA West
250 242 Michael Hayes Melbourne FL 250 5 Mike Larocco Corona CA
125/250 317 Jimmy Hazel Kings Beach CA West 125/250 180 Doug Leavitt Littleton CO East
250 894 Michael Heingartner Avilla IN 125/250 228 Derek Leist Olney IL East
250 19 Doug Henry Torrington CT 250 409 Martin Leum Cashton WI
125 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning PA West 250 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson NV
125/250 200 Nick Hernandez Mission Viejo CA West 250 626 Jase Lillie Lubbock TX
125/250 205 Justin Herrmann Carlsbad CA West 125 627 Leighton Lillie Lewiston ID West
250 552 Jay Hershey Wellington OH 125 937 Paul Lindsey Colorado Springs CO East
125/250 685 Tucker Hibbert Centreville MS East 250 268 Lars Lindstrom Thousand Oaks CA
125/250 936 Brandon Hightower Colorado CO West 125/250 301 Dylan Lord Apple Valley CA West
125/250 357 David Hill New OH East 125 116 Tony Lorusso Rocky Hill CT East
250 791 Aaron Hill Aurora CO 125 721 Francis Lumpkins Saint Augustine FL East
125/250 81 Thomas Hofmaster Grand Prairie TX East 125/250 322 Zackary Lundy Jacksonville FL East
250 471 Jake Hogan Canon City CO 125/250 913 Michael Luoma Buffalo MN East
250 631 Kyle Hoge Portage MI 250 11 Ezra Lusk Climax GA
125 632 Kevin Hoge Pittsburgh PA East 125/250 998 Chris Lykens Lamar PA East
250 67 Rusty Holland Clovis CA 125/250 275 Dash Lyle Carrollton GA East

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Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region
250 442 Justin Mace Hesperia CA 250 718 Gerrit Ordelman Victorville CA
125/250 717 Kyle Mace Hesperia CA West 125 692 Ryan Orr Victorville CA West
125 223 Corey Macomber Valley Center CA West 125/250 75 Richie Owens Wildomar CA West
125 311 Teddy Maier Fort Dodge IA East 250 388 Eric Padelford Farmington MN
125/250 491 Shay Manney Hobbs NM West 125/250 555 Shaun Palmer South Lake Tahoe CA West
125 910 Johnny Marley Guthrie OK West 250 444 Gregory Pamart Newmanstown PA
125/250 111 Jay Marmont Murrieta CA West 250 564 David Panzer Roy UT
125/250 337 Jacob Marsack Allenton MI West 250 133 Kris Papworth American Fork UT
125 278 Robbie Marshall Dundas Via West 125/250 930 Tom Parsons Citra FL East
125/250 452 James Marshall Dickinson TX East 125 144 Kyle Partridge Fountain Valley CA West
125/250 139 Jacob Martin Oklahoma City OK West 250 199 Travis Pastrana Davidsonville MD
125/250 219 Clint Martin Gardnerville NV West 125/250 871 Jeffrey Paul Belvidere NJ East
125 504 Mathew Martin Muskegon MI East 125/250 405 Daniel Pepoon Wells ME East
125 714 Antonio Martinez Riverside CA West 125/250 511 Paul Perebijnos Lake Worth FL East
250 90 Brian Mason Columbia IL 125/250 107 Jefferey Pestana Salinas CA West
125/250 561 Daniel Mcadoo Indiana PA East 125/250 616 Kyle Phenix Tomball TX East
125/250 167 Brian Mcbride Dacula GA East 125/250 265 Andrew Pingotti Middletown NY East
125/250 314 Nick Mcbride Corona CA West 250 101 David Pingree Temecula CA
125 587 Nicholas Mccabe Greenwich CT East 250 229 Nathan Pittman Escondido CA
250 174 Jason Mccormick Battle Ground WA 250 108 Damien Plotts Conyngham PA
125/250 401 Eric Mccrummen Oakley CA West 125 250 Jason Poulin Dracut MA East
125/250 838 Brian Mcculloch Riverside CA West 125/250 349 Randy Poulter Prophetstown IL East
250 595 Bryan Mcdonald Murfreesboro TN 125/250 522 Ryan Poulter Prophetstown IL East
250 399 Alex Mcelyea Scottsdale AZ 250 53 James Povolny Mendota Heights MN
125 248 Donnie Mcgourty Floral City FL East 125/250 437 Chris Prenderville Freehold NJ East
250 2 Jeremy Mcgrath Encinitas CA 250 70 Travis Preston Hesperia CA
250 632 Kevin Mckiddie Pittsburgh PA 125/250 288 Kyle Preston Westerville OH East
125/250 636 Vernon Mckiddie Huffman TX East 125/250 353 Justin Pries Hoyleton IL East
250 627 Leighton Mcleod Lewiston ID 250 370 Bruce Prochnavy Calgary AB
125 631 Kyle Mcleod Portage MI East 125/250 870 Michael Pugrab Ellington CT East
125 404 Tyler Medaglia Kemptville ON East 125/250 608 Dustin Pulley Columbia City IN East
125/250 379 Adam Mennenga Fort Worth TX East 125 859 Tommy Ramirez Las Vegas NV West
125/250 280 David Merrill Howell MI East 125/250 193 Ronnie Ramiscal Mobile AL East
125 626 Jase Merritt Lubbock TX West 250 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee CA
250 651 Chad Merry Saint Louis MO 125 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee CA West
125/250 120 Steve Mertens Lake Elsinore CA West 250 22 Chad Reed Dade City FL
125 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta CA West 125/250 196 Levi Reid Llano CA West
250 150 Scott Metz West Harrison IN 125 87 Turbo Reif Atascadero CA West
125/250 620 Carson Meyer Grass Valley CA West 125/250 914 Aaron Remkus Arlington TX West
125/250 433 Brent Miller Silverwood MI East 125/250 601 Rene Reyes El Paso TX West
125/250 470 Clayton Miller Spring TX West 250 17 Robbie Reynard Oklahoma City OK
125 37 Ryan Mills Clintondale NY East 250 448 Christopher Riesenberg Manson IA
125 395 Bryan Mills Temecula CA West 125/250 304 Bradley Ripple Crown Point IN East
125 188 David Millsaps Cairo GA East 125 42 Joaquim Rodrigues Murrieta CA East
125/250 375 John Milton Manassas VA East 250 563 Scott Roegner Santa Barbara CA
250 76 Ryan Morais Canyon Lake CA 125 731 Steve Roman Avonmore PA East
125 76 Ryan Morais Canyon Lake CA West 125 21 Stephane Roncada Menifee CA East
125/250 183 Brandon Morgan Canyon Lake CA West 125/250 210 Brandy Rousseau Dudley MA East
125/250 422 Christopher Morgan Bedford VA East 250 72 Jean Sebastien Roy Acton Vale QC
125 261 Jacob Morrison Wareham MA East 125 637 Chris Russell Seattle WA West
125/250 988 Ty Morrow Henderson NV East 125 594 Chad Sanner Smithfield PA East
125 307 Nicholas Mowry Eldersburg MD East 125 924 Keith Santora Hammonton NJ East
125/250 704 Joey Mueller Lakeville MN East 125 198 Jacob Saylor Knoxville TN East
250 598 Lee Mullis Juliette GA 125/250 328 Kody Schantzen Hutchinson MN West
125/250 406 Justin Murray Holland Patent NY East 125/250 384 Carl Schlacht Strongsville OH East
125/250 303 Scot Muterspaugh Harrisonburg VA East 125/250 430 Brandon Schlensig Phoenix AZ West
125/250 449 Justin Myers Cottonwood AZ West 125/250 880 Doug Schmid Campbell CA West
250 168 Dusty Nabor Calabasas CA 125/250 501 Michael Schneck Pine Grove PA East
125 982 Akira Narita Corona CA West 125/250 40 Greg Schnell Rancho Cuca CA East
125/250 517 Hans Neel Bristol TN East 125/250 460 Mark Schroeder Hudson NY East
125 912 Michael Nelson Hemet CA West 125/250 277 Brian Schuiteman Rockford MI East
125/250 418 John Nihsner Golden BC West 125/250 282 Thomas Scottsmith Southwick MA East
250 203 Shawn Nutt West Chazy NY 125/250 329 Eric Sebastian Locust Gap PA East
125/250 514 Eric Nye Corning CA West 125/250 427 Josh Sedmak Conneaut OH East
125/250 901 John Ober Epping NH East 125 18 Brock Sellards Sherrodsville OH East
125/250 212 Sean Oconnor Redlands CA West 250 327 John Sereika Riverside CA
250 55 Joseph Oehlhof Hesperia CA 125/250 753 Shon Serles Everett WA West
125 269 Ryan Omalley Bridgehampton NY East 125/250 927 Travis Sewell Westville IN East
125/250 319 Brian Oneal Wilson NC East 125/250 569 Brady Sharp Platteville CO East

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48 Rider Numbers - By Name
Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region Class No. First Name Last Name Hometown State Region
125/250 569 Brady Sharp Platteville CO East 250 814 Derek Vusovich Tempe AZ
125/250 700 Clinton Shealy Macon GA East 125 814 Derek Vusovich Tempe AZ West
125 611 Brady Sheren Surrey BC West 250 720 Patrick Wade Camarillo CA
125/250 51 Andrew Short Murrieta CA West 125/250 429 Lindsay Wadsworth Sexsmith AB East
125/250 201 Matt Shue Cartersville GA East
125/250 909 Ryan Wadsworth Enfield CT East
125/250 171 Cole Siebler Emmett ID West
125/250 614 Michael Wajda Kinsman OH East
125/250 741 Michael Sigmund Central City PA East
125/250 674 Mark Waldele Pompton Plains NJ East
125/250 676 Jeffrey Simas Rocklin CA West
250 359 Kevin Simmons Fort Edward NY 125 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough GA East
125 209 Jamie Simpson Kannapolis NC East 250 136 Ty Wallace Albrightsville PA
125/250 65 Ryan Sipes Vine Grove KY West 125 321 Chad Ward Falkville AL East
125/250 551 Michael Sisemore Culloden GA East 250 271 Brenner Washel Columbus OH
125/250 270 Nathan Skaggs Chillicothe OH East 125/250 147 Jason Waters Cincinnati OH East
125/250 441 Robert Skinner Canyon Country CA West 125/250 300 Taylor Watts Midland TX East
125/250 238 Michael Sleeter Escondido CA West 125 59 Tim Weigand Canyon Country CA West
125/250 735 Jeff Slusher Dunkirk MD East 250 557 Jay Weller Montgomery NY
125/250 31 Danny Smith Middleton ID West 125/250 503 Chris Welsh Darlington MD East
125 39 Kelly Smith Ludington MI East 250 487 Chad Westbrook Wonder Lake IL
250 340 Rick Smith Dublin OH 250 27 Nicholas Wey Dewitt MI
125/250 417 Travis Smith Lancaster CA West
125/250 149 Christopher Whitcraft Pickerington OH East
250 660 Robbie Smith Yukon OK
125/250 296 Bryan White New Lenox IL East
125 660 Robbie Smith Yukon OK East
125/250 490 Clint White Lake Elsinore CA West
125/250 670 Shane Smith Canyon Country CA West
125/250 525 Josh Whitmire Jackson GA East
125/250 710 Adam Smith Old Hickory TN East
125 368 Eulon Soito Madera CA West 125/250 412 Randall Williams Littlefield TX West
250 222 Ray Sommo Capistrano Bch CA 125/250 128 Jimmy Wilson Willis MI East
125/250 917 Eric Sorby Murrieta CA East 125 521 Ryan Wilson Tucson AZ West
250 761 Eric Soucy Hollis NH 250 796 Richard Winchell Gansevoort NY
250 141 Mark Spillman Mount Vernon OH 250 14 Kevin Windham Centreville MS
250 711 Austin Squires Flower Mound TX 125 227 Ryan Wood Ludlow MA East
125/250 482 Ryan St Cyr N Richland Hills TX East 125/250 91 Joshua Woods Flint MI West
125 564 Brandon Staddan Moreno Valley CA West 125/250 251 Ashlee Woskob State College PA East
250 419 Ryan Stalberger Andover MN 125/250 148 Tiffer Wright Lubbock TX East
125/250 184 Dennis Stapleton Capitola CA West 125/250 729 Mark Wundrack West Milford NJ East
250 323 Bobby Steffan Littlerock CA 250 611 Shawn Wynne Lompoc CA
125 343 Stephen Stella Westminster MD East
125/250 736 Aaron Yoder Syracuse IN East
250 259 James Stewart Haines City FL
125/250 782 Michael Young Palmdale CA West
250 46 Clark Stiles Athens AL
250 910 Chris Young Hemet CA
250 208 Thomas Stuckey Sierra Vista AZ
125/250 621 Alvin Zalamea Huntington Beach CA West
125/250 272 Rory Sullivan Estacada OR West
125/250 61 Joshua Summey Allen TX West 125/250 232 Brian Zlock Spanaway WA West
125/250 214 Japeth Suslee Nokomis IL East
125/250 295 Billy Swapp Durango CO West
125/250 297 Matt Sweeney Park Hills MO East
125/250 462 Rob Talbott Kendallville IN East
125 159 Josh Tarantino Lakeside CA West
250 170 Richard Taylor Woodland Hills CA
125/250 293 Kelly Tedder Walnut CA West
125 1 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta CA West
250 400 Ryan Terlecki Stayton OR
250 33 Jason Thomas Melrose FL
250 137 Brandon Thomas Auburn WA
125/250 496 Jason Thomas Riverside CA West
125/250 781 James Thompson Kokomo IN East
125/250 173 Nathan Tiearney Carson City NV East
250 233 Jeremy Tiffany Middlesex NY
250 324 Pablo Toribio New York NY
250 435 Paco Torres Riverside CA
250 103 Sebastien Tortelli Lake Elsinore CA
250 612 Kevin Townsend Long Beach CA
125/250 850 Ryan Tracy Lawrenceville IL East
125 326 Paul Treas Selinsgrove PA East
125 363 Scotty Trimble Arlington TX East
125/250 402 Tad Tyrrell Winslow IL East
125 243 William Ursic Scenery Hill PA East
125/250 127 Randy Valade Howell MI East
250 57 Erick Vallejo Garland TX
250 762 Jason Vienot Riley MI
250 13 Heath Voss Mico TX
250 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta CA

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2004 AMA Outdoor National Results 49
27 360 J. Cook Elizabethville, PA 0 (31) 0 (28) Yam YZ450F
28 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 0 (27) 0 (32) Honr CRF450R
250 Outdoor National Race Results 29 461 D. Ginolfi Lke Hopatcong, NJ 0 (33) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R
30 225 M. Maximoff Howell, MI 0 (38) 0 (23) Hon CRF450R
Hangtown - Sacramento, CA 31 31 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque, NM 0 (40) 0 (24) Yam YZ450F
16-May-04 32 505 Jon Boruff Lake City, TN 0 (35) 0 (29) Hon CRF450R
33 304 Brad Ripple Crown Point, IN 0 (28) 0 (36) Suz RM250
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown Moto 1 M2 Bike 34 574 Kevin Crine Lothian, MD 0 (25) 0 (39) Hon CRF450R
1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R 35 121 C. Johnson Lake Elsinore, CA 0 (24) 0 (40) Kaw KX250
2 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 18 (4) 22 (2) Yam YZ450 36 787 J. Logan Ocala, FL 0 (34) 0 (31) Hon CRF450R
3 22 Chad Reed Menifee, CA 20 (3) 20 (3) Yam YZ450 37 770 J. Harper Toms River, NJ 0 (32) 0 (33) Suz RM250
4 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 22 (2) 18 (4) Hon CRF450R 38 150 Scott Metz West Harrison, IN 0 (29) 0 (37) Hon CRF450R
5 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 16 (5) 15 (6) Suz RM250 39 115 S. Andrich Lancaster, OH 0 (39) 0 (30) Yam YZ450F
6 67 Jean S Roy Acton Vale, QC 15 (6) 14 (7) Hon CR250R 40 981 D. Oettel Cadiz, KY 0 (37) 0 (34) KTM 450SX
7 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 13 (8) 13 (8) Yam YZ450F
8 20 Damon Huffman Valencia, CA 8 (13) 16 (5) Hon CR 250 Motocross 338 - Southwick, MA
9 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 12 (9) 10 (11) Suz RM250 13-Jun-04
10 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 9 (12) 12 (9) Kaw KX250F
11 711 P. Paget Legna, 10 (11) 11 (10) Hon CR 250 Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
12 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 14 (7) 5 (16) Hon CRF450 1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R
13 43 Ryan Clark Corrales, NM 6 (15) 9 (12) Yam YZ250 2 22 Chad Reed Menifee, CA 22 (2) 22 (2) Yam YZ450F
14 30 Chad Anderson Riverside, CA 7 (14) 7 (14) Hon CRF450R 3 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 20 (3) 20 (3) Hon CRF450R
15 244 Rusty Holland Clovis, CA 11 (10) 2 (19) Hon CRF450 4 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 18 (4) Suz RM250
16 38 Justin Thomas Melrose, FL 4 (17) 8 (13) Hon CRF450 5 15 Tim Ferry Largo, FL 18 (4) 12 (9) Yam YZ450F
17 79 Doug Dehaan Thorndale, ON 3 (18) 6 (15) Yam YZ250 6 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 13 (8) 16 (5) Hon CRF450R
18 64 James Povolny Mendota Hhs, MN 5 (16) 0 (30) Hon CRF450 7 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 14 (7) 14 (7) Kaw KX250
19 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 0 (38) 4 (17) Hon CRF450F 8 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 11 (10) 11 (10) Yam YZ450F
20 130 Anthony Amaradio Temecula, CA 0 (36) 3 (18) Hon CRF450R 9 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 6 (15) 13 (8) Hon CR250R
21 121 C. Johnson Lake Elsinore, CA 2 (19) 0 (37) Kaw KX250 10 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 10 (11) 9 (12) KTM 450SX
22 969 Mike Corder El Cajon, CA 0 (35) 1 (20) Hon CR250R 11 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 9 (12) 8 (13) Hon CRF450R
23 57 Joe Oehlhof Hesperia, CA 1 (20) 0 (35) Hon CRF450 12 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 16 (5) 0 (34) Suz RM250
24 250 M. Burris Bailey, CO 0 (25) 0 (22) Hon CR 250 13 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 0 (37) 15 (6) Yam YZ450F
25 426 C. Barrett Pinon Hills, CA 0 (27) 0 (21) Hon CRF450 14 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 4 (17) 10 (11) Hon CRF450R
26 74 Eric Vallejo Garland, TX 0 (26) 0 (23) Yam YZ250 15 99 B. Stratton Clifton Springs, NY 5 (16) 7 (14) Hon CRF450R
27 727 J. Cavanaugh Yucaipa, CA 0 (29) 0 (25) Hon CRF450R 16 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 12 (9) 0 (38) Yam YZ250
28 402 R. Abrigo Snohomish, WA 0 (31) 0 (24) Suz RM250 17 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 2 (19) 6 (15) Hon CRF450R
29 285 R. Floth Meridian, ID 0 (28) 0 (27) Suz RM250 18 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 8 (13) 0 (32) Hon CRF450R
30 940 M. Karlsen Denver, CO 0 (22) 0 (33) Hon CRF450 19 84 Tyson Hadsell Hudson, FL 7 (14) 0 (36) Yam YZ250
31 87 J. Gibson Westerville, OH 0 (21) 0 (36) Yam YZ250 20 969 Mike Corder El Cajon, CA 0 (23) 5 (16) Hon CRF450R
32 389 T. Duncan Canyon Lake, CA 0 (33) 0 (28) Hon CRF450 21 250 M. Burris Bailey, CO 1 (20) 4 (17) Hon CRF450R
33 272 R. Sullivan Estacada, OR 0 (30) 0 (31) Hon CRF 450 22 311 A. Squires Flower Mound, TX 0 (22) 3 (18) Kaw KX250
34 31 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque, NM 0 (24) 0 (38) Yam YZ250 23 918 J. Aubert Lake Elsinore, CA 3 (18) 0 (31) Suz RM250
35 15 Tim Ferry Largo, FL 0 (23) 0 (39) Yam YZ450 24 96 Barry Carsten Bayville, NJ 0 (21) 2 (19) Suz RM250
36 918 J. Aubert Lake Elsinore, CA 0 (40) 0 (26) Suz RM250 25 415 D. Pepoon Wells, ME 0 (25) 1 (20) Suz RM250
37 94 D. Nelson El Cajon, CA 0 (34) 0 (32) Yam YZ450F 26 244 Randy Holland Clovis, CA 0 (26) 0 (21) Kaw KX250
38 89 Blair Morgan Prince Albert, SK 0 (32) 0 (34) Yam YZ250F 27 633 A. Mathieu Wales, ME 0 (29) 0 (22) Hon CRF450R
39 153 G. Crater Renton, WA 0 (39) 0 (29) Hon CRF450 28 461 D. Ginolfi Lke Hopatcong, NJ 0 (24) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R
40 8 Grant Langston Temecula, CA 0 (37) 0 (40) KTM 450SX 29 195 J. Bryant Plainville, MA 0 (30) 0 (23) Hon CRF450R
30 442 J. Mace Hesperia, CA 0 (32) 0 (24) Kaw KX250
High Point Raceway - Mt. Morris, PA 31 619 B. Asaff Rindge, NH 0 (31) 0 (25) Hon CRF450R
30-May-04 32 724 W. Bryant Hope Mills, NC 0 (33) 0 (26) Yam YZ450F
33 156 Will Browning Rushville, OH 0 (27) 0 (33) Yam YZ250
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown Moto 1 M2 Bike 34 360 J. Cook Elizabethville, PA 0 (36) 0 (28) Yam YZ450F
1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R 35 57 Joe Oehlhof Hesperia, CA 0 (28) 0 (39) Hon CRF450R
2 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 22 (2) 22 (2) Hon CRF450R 36 225 M. Maximoff Howell, MI 0 (40) 0 (29) Hon CRF450R
3 22 Chad Reed Menifee, CA 20 (3) 20 (3) Yam YZ450F 37 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 0 (39) 0 (30) Hon CRF450R
4 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 18 (4) 18 (4) Yam YZ450F 38 729 M. Wundrack West Milford, NJ 0 (34) 0 (35) Yam YZ450F
5 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 14 (7) 16 (5) Hon CR250R 39 887 S. Kelleher Cumberland, RI 0 (35) 0 (37) Hon CRF450R
6 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 13 (8) 15 (6) Suz RM250 40 150 Scott Metz West Harrison, IN 0 (38) 0 (40) Hon CRF450R
7 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 15 (6) 13 (8) Kaw KX250
8 16 John Dowd Ludlow, MA 12 (9) 14 (7) Suz RM250 Budds Creek Motocross Park - Budds Creek, MD
9 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 10 (11) 12 (9) Suz RM250 20-Jun-04
10 63 Kevin Johnson Carver, MA 11 (10) 10 (11) Hon CRF450R
11 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 9 (12) 11 (10) Yam YZ450F Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
12 15 Tim Ferry Largo, FL 16 (5) 3 (18) Yam YZ450F 1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R
13 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 8 (13) 9 (12) Hon CRF450R 2 22 Chad Reed Dade City, FL 22 (2) 22 (2) Yam YZ450F
14 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 5 (16) 8 (13) Hon CRF450R 3 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 20 (3) 20 (3) Yam YZ450F
15 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 7 (14) 6 (15) Hon CRF450R 4 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 18 (4) 16 (5) Hon CRF450R
16 43 Ryan Clark Corrales, NM 6 (15) 5 (16) Yam YZ250 5 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 14 (7) 15 (6) Kaw KX250
17 79 D. Dehaan Thorndale, ON 2 (19) 7 (14) Yam YZ250 6 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 14 (7) Hon CR250R
18 918 J. Aubert Lake Elsinore, CA 4 (17) 2 (19) Suz RM250 7 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 16 (5) 12 (9) Yam YZ450F
19 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 0 (36) 4 (17) Hon CRF450R 8 15 Tim Ferry Largo, FL 7 (14) 18 (4) Yam YZ450F
20 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 3 (18) 0 (38) Hon CRF450R 9 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 12 (9) 10 (11) Hon CRF450R
21 96 Barry Carsten Bayville, NJ 0 (22) 1 (20) Suz RM250 10 918 J. Aubert Lake Elsinore, CA 13 (8) 8 (13) Suz RM250
22 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 1 (20) 0 (35) Yam YZ250 11 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 5 (16) 13 (8) Hon CRF450R
23 89 Blair Morgan Prince Albert, SK 0 (21) 0 (22) Yam YZ250 12 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 11 (10) 5 (16) Suz RM250
24 57 Joe Oehlhof Hesperia, CA 0 (23) 0 (21) Hon CRF450R 13 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 8 (13) 7 (14) Hon CRF450R
25 190 E. Kowalik Iron River, WI 0 (26) 0 (25) Hon CRF40R 14 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 0 (33) 11 (10) KTM 450SX
26 741 M. Sigmund Central City, PA 0 (30) 0 (26) Yam YZ450F 15 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 10 (11) 1 (20) Yam YZ250

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50 2004 AMA Outdoor National Results
16 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 4 (17) 6 (15) Hon CRF450R 4 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 15 (6) 22 (2) Hon CRF450R
17 142 Jim Neese Julian, NC 6 (15) 4 (17) Suz RM250 5 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 18 (4) 16 (5) Kaw KX250
18 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 0 (21) 9 (12) Hon CRF450R 6 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 16 (5) 13 (8) Yam YZ450F
19 244 Randy Holland Clovis, CA 9 (12) 0 (24) Kaw KX250 7 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 13 (8) 14 (7) Yam YZ450F
20 969 Mike Corder El Cajon, CA 3 (18) 2 (19) Hon CRF450R 8 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 11 (10) 15 (6) Suz RM250
21 78 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque, NM 0 (23) 3 (18) Yam YZ450F 9 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 12 (9) 9 (12) Hon CRF450R
22 940 M. Karlsen Denver, CO 2 (19) 0 (21) Hon CRF450R 10 43 Ryan Clark Corrales, NM 7 (14) 10 (11) Yam YZ250
23 91 B. Modjewski Hatley, WI 1 (20) 0 (23) Suz RM250 11 15 Tim Ferry Largo, FL 14 (7) 3 (18) Yam YZ450F
24 225 M. Maximoff Howell, MI 0 (24) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R 12 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 5 (16) 11 (10) Hon CRF450R
25 442 J. Mace Hesperia, CA 0 (25) 0 (30) Kaw KX250 13 918 J. Aubert Lake Elsinore, CA 9 (12) 6 (15) Suz RM250
26 524 B. Butler Gainesville, FL 0 (28) 0 (28) Hon CRF450R 14 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 0 (38) 12 (9) Hon CR250R
27 93 T. Hofmaster Pearl City, IL 0 (26) 0 (31) Suz RM250 15 91 B. Modjewski Hatley, WI 8 (13) 4 (17) Suz RM250
28 96 Barry Carsten Bayville, NJ 0 (36) 0 (22) Suz RM250 16 121 C. Johnson Lake Elsinore, CA 10 (11) 0 (21) Kaw KX250
29 84 Tyson Hadsell Hudson, FL 0 (22) 0 (36) Yam YZ250 17 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 1 (20) 8 (13) Hon CRF450R
30 433 B. Miller Silverwood, MI 0 (30) 0 (29) Hon CRF450R 18 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 6 (15) 2 (19) Hon CRF450R
31 461 D. Ginolfi Lke Hopatcong, NJ 0 (27) 0 (33) Hon CRF450R 19 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 0 (21) 7 (14) Yam YZ250
32 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 0 (35) 0 (26) Hon CRF450R 20 99 B. Stratton Clifton Springs, NY 0 (37) 5 (16) Hon CRF450R
33 360 J. Cook Elizabethville, PA 0 (31) 0 (32) Yam YZ450F 21 155 M. Eastwood Salem, OH 3 (18) 1 (20) Hon CR250R
34 483 T. Burton Stewartsville, NJ 0 (29) 0 (34) Yam YZ450F 22 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 4 (17) 0 (23) Hon CRF450R
35 574 Kevin Crine Lothian, MD 0 (39) 0 (25) Hon CRF450R 23 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 2 (19) 0 (22) KTM 450SX
36 855 J. Beatty Sherman, CT 0 (32) 0 (35) Hon CRF450R 24 250 M. Burris Bailey, CO 0 (22) 0 (26) Hon CRF450R
37 890 J. Rhoades Delta, PA 0 (34) 0 (37) Hon CRF450R 25 380 C. Ellis Manorville, NY 0 (24) 0 (25) Suz RM250
38 380 C. Ellis Manorville, NY 0 (37) 0 (38) Suz RM250 26 729 M. Wundrack West Milford, NJ 0 (25) 0 (29) Yam YZ450F
39 981 D. Oettel Cadiz, KY 0 (38) 0 (39) KTM 450SX 27 404 J. Brothers Palmer, MA 0 (28) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R
40 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 0 (40) 0 (40) Suz RM250 28 156 Will Browning Rushville, OH 0 (23) 0 (33) Hon CRF450R
29 66 D. Plotts Conyngham, PA 0 (33) 0 (24) Hon CRF450R
Red Bud Track-N-Trail - Buchanan, MI 30 257 J. Dehn Dayton, MN 0 (30) 0 (30) Yam YZ250
4-Jul-04 31 154 T. Barron Fowlerville, MI 0 (29) 0 (31) Hon CRF450R
32 78 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque, NM 0 (34) 0 (28) Yam YZ450F
Finish positions shown in parenthesis 33 461 D. Ginolfi Lke Hopatcong, NJ 0 (27) 0 (35) Hon CRF450R
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 34 703 C. Miller Rock Stream, NY 0 (32) 0 (32) Yam YZ250
1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R 35 225 M. Maximoff Howell, MI 0 (26) 0 (38) Hon CRF450R
2 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 20 (3) 22 (2) Hon CRF450R 36 161 C. Clark Pine Grove, PA 0 (31) 0 (36) Suz RM250
3 22 Chad Reed Dade City, FL 22 (2) 20 (3) Yam YZ450F 37 887 S. Kelleher Cumberland, RI 0 (36) 0 (34) Hon CRF450R
4 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 16 (5) 18 (4) Yam YZ450F 38 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 0 (35) 0 (37) Suz RM250
5 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 11 (10) 16 (5) Hon CR250R 39 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 0 (39) 0 (39) Suz RM250
6 5 Mike Larocco Corona, CA 12 (9) 15 (6) Hon CRF450R 40 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 0 (40) 0 (40) Hon CRF450R
7 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 14 (7) 13 (8) Suz RM250
8 15 Tim Ferry Largo, FL 15 (6) 12 (9) Yam YZ450F Kenworthys Motocross Park - Troy, OH
9 103 Sebastian Tortelli Lake Elsinore, CA 18 (4) 6 (15) Suz RM250 25-Jul-04
10 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 13 (8) 10 (11) KTM 450SX
11 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 10 (11) 11 (10) Kaw KX250 Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
12 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 8 (13) 8 (13) Hon CRF450R 1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R
13 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 0 (37) 14 (7) Yam YZ450F 2 22 Chad Reed Menifee, CA 22 (2) 22 (2) Yam YZ450F
14 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 6 (15) 7 (14) Suz RM250 3 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 20 (3) 20 (3) Hon CRF450R
15 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 2 (19) 9 (12) Hon CRF450R 4 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 16 (5) 18 (4) Hon CR250R
16 43 Ryan Clark Corrales, NM 7 (14) 3 (18) Yam YZ250 5 103 Sebastian Tortelli Lake Elsinore, CA 18 (4) 16 (5) Suz RM250
17 918 J. Aubert Lake Elsinore, CA 9 (12) 0 (38) Suz RM250 6 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 15 (6) Yam YZ450F
18 89 Blair Morgan Prince Albert, SK 0 (22) 5 (16) Yam YZ250 7 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 14 (7) 14 (7) Kaw KX250
19 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 1 (20) 4 (17) Hon CRF450R 8 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 11 (10) 13 (8) KTM 450SX
20 121 C. Johnson Lake Elsinore, CA 5 (16) 0 (33) Kaw KX250 9 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 12 (9) 12 (9) Suz RM250
21 79 D. Dehaan Thorndale, ON 4 (17) 0 (39) Yam YZ250 10 15 Tim Ferry Largo, FL 13 (8) 11 (10) Yam YZ450F
22 225 M. Maximoff Howell, MI 3 (18) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R 11 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 10 (11) 10 (11) Yam YZ450F
23 981 D. Oettel Cadiz, KY 0 (36) 2 (19) KTM 450SX 12 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 9 (12) 9 (12) Suz RM250
24 96 Barry Carsten Bayville, NJ 0 (25) 1 (20) Suz RM250 13 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 8 (13) 8 (13) Hon CRF450R
25 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 0 (23) 0 (22) Yam YZ250 14 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 5 (16) 5 (16) Hon CRF450R
26 155 M. Eastwood Salem, OH 0 (24) 0 (24) Hon CR250R 15 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 6 (15) 2 (19) Suz RM250
27 156 Will Browning Rushville, OH 0 (26) 0 (25) Yam YZ250 16 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 0 (35) 7 (14) Yam YZ250
28 84 Tyson Hadsell Hudson, FL 0 (34) 0 (21) Yam YZ250 17 43 Ryan Clark Corrales, NM 1 (20) 6 (15) Yam YZ250
29 73 Evan Laughridge San Jacinto, CA 0 (21) 0 (34) Kaw KX250 18 121 C. Johnson Lake Elsinore, CA 7 (14) 0 (40) Kaw KX250
30 150 Scott Metz West Harrison, IN 0 (28) 0 (29) Hon CRF450R 19 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 2 (19) 3 (18) Hon CRF450R
31 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 0 (35) 0 (23) Hon CRF450R 20 918 J. Aubert Lake Elsinore, CA 0 (21) 4 (17) Suz RM250
32 452 J. Marshall Dickinson, TX 0 (32) 0 (26) Yam YZ450F 21 57 Joe Oehlhof Hesperia, CA 4 (17) 0 (25) Hon CRF450R
33 311 A. Squires Flower Mound, TX 0 (31) 0 (28) Kaw KX250 22 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 3 (18) 0 (33) Hon CRF450R
34 265 A. Pingotti Middletown, NY 0 (30) 0 (32) Hon CRF450R 23 379 A. Mennenga Fort Worth, TX 0 (23) 1 (20) Yam YZ450F
35 93 T. Hofmaster Pearl City, IL 0 (27) 0 (36) Suz RM250 24 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 0 (26) 0 (22) Hon CRF450R
36 81 M. Dube Montreal, QC 0 (33) 0 (31) Hon CRF450R 25 452 J. Marshall Dickinson, TX 0 (27) 0 (24) Yam YZ450F
37 190 E. Kowalik Iron River, WI 0 (29) 0 (37) Hon CRF450R 26 505 Jon Boruff Lake City, TN 0 (29) 0 (28) Hon CRF450R
38 729 M. Wundrack West Milford, NJ 0 (38) 0 (30) Yam YZ450F 27 156 Will Browning Rushville, OH 0 (37) 0 (21) Hon CRF450R
39 380 C. Ellis Manorville, NY 0 (40) 0 (35) Suz RM250 28 461 D. Ginolfi Lke Hopatcong, NJ 0 (32) 0 (26) Hon CRF450R
40 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 0 (39) 0 (40) Hon CRF450R 29 91 B. Modjewski Hatley, WI 0 (36) 0 (23) Suz RM250
30 969 Mike Corder El Cajon, CA 0 (24) 0 (35) Hon CRF450R
Unadilla Valley Sports Center - New Berlin, NY 31 155 M. Eastwood Salem, OH 0 (22) 0 (37) Hon CR250R
18-Jul-04 32 760 R. Horton Frankfort, IL 0 (34) 0 (27) Hon CRF450
Finish positions shown in parenthesis 33 153 G. Crater Renton, WA 0 (31) 0 (30) Hon CRF450R
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 34 907 J. Curry Saginaw, MI 0 (30) 0 (31) Hon CRF450R
1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R 35 250 M. Burris Bailey, CO 0 (25) 0 (36) Hon CRF450R
2 22 Chad Reed Dade City, FL 22 (2) 20 (3) Yam YZ450F 36 608 D. Pulley Columbia City, IN 0 (28) 0 (34) Yam YZ450F
3 103 Sebastian Tortelli Lake Elsinore, CA 20 (3) 18 (4) Suz RM250 37 228 D. Leist Olney, IL 0 (33) 0 (32) Hon CRF450R

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38 150 Scott Metz West Harrison, IN 0 (40) 0 (29) Hon CRF450R 29 433 B. Miller Silverwood, MI 0 (28) 0 (24) Hon CRF450R
39 981 D. Oettel Cadiz, KY 0 (38) 0 (38) KTM 450SX 30 800 Mike Alessi Apple Valley, CA 0 (27) 0 (25) Hon CRF450R
40 837 R. Martin Pleasnt Prairie, WI 0 (39) 0 (39) Suz RM250 31 379 A. Mennenga Fort Worth, TX 0 (31) 0 (22) Yam YZ450F
32 190 E. Kowalik Iron River, WI 0 (24) 0 (33) Hon CR250R
Washougal Motocross Park - Washougal, WA 33 206 D. Truman Sarasota, FL 0 (32) 0 (26) Kaw KX250
1-Aug-04 34 257 J. Dehn Dayton, MN 0 (30) 0 (28) Yam YZ450
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 35 91 B. Modjewski Hatley, WI 0 (35) 0 (29) Suz RM250
1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R 36 154 T. Barron Fowlerville, MI 0 (40) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R
2 22 Chad Reed Menifee, CA 22 (2) 22 (2) Yam YZ450F 37 718 G. Ordelman Victorville, CA 0 (34) 0 (34) Hon CRF450R
3 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 20 (3) 20 (3) Hon CRF450R 38 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 0 (36) 0 (36) Suz RM250
4 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 18 (4) 14 (7) Yam YZ450F 39 225 M. Maximoff Howell, MI 0 (37) 0 (39) Hon CRF450R
5 103 Sebastian Tortelli Lake Elsinore, CA 12 (9) 18 (4) Suz RM250 40 289 M. Goerke Lake Helen, FL 0 (39) 0 (40) Suz RM-Z250
6 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 15 (6) Hon CR250R
7 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 13 (8) 16 (5) Suz RM250 Broome-Tioga Sports Center - Binghamton, NY
8 11 E. Lusk Bainbridge, GA 16 (5) 13 (8) Yam YZ250 22-Aug-04
9 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 10 (11) 12 (9) Kaw KX250 Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
10 121 C. Johnson Lake Elsinore, CA 8 (13) 11 (10) Kaw KX250 1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R
11 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 7 (14) 10 (11) Suz RM250 2 22 Chad Reed Menifee, CA 22 (2) 22 (2) Yam YZ450F
12 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 6 (15) 9 (12) Suz RM250 3 103 Sebastian Tortelli Lake Elsinore, CA 18 (4) 18 (4) Suz RM250
13 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 9 (12) 6 (15) Hon CRF450R 4 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 14 (7) 20 (3) Hon CR250R
14 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 11 (10) 3 (18) KTM 450SX 5 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 16 (5) 14 (7) KTM 450SX
15 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 14 (7) 0 (40) Hon CRF450R 6 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 20 (3) 9 (12) Hon CRF450R
16 43 Ryan Clark Corrales, NM 0 (38) 8 (13) Yam YZ250 7 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 13 (8) Suz RM250
17 402 R. Abrigo Snohomish, WA 3 (18) 5 (16) Suz RM250 8 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 12 (9) 15 (6) Suz RM250
18 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 0 (23) 7 (14) Yam YZ250 9 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 13 (8) 12 (9) Yam YZ450F
19 57 Joe Oehlhof Hesperia, CA 5 (16) 0 (31) Hon CRF450R 10 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 6 (15) 16 (5) Yam YZ450F
20 940 M. Karlsen Denver, CO 0 (25) 4 (17) Hon CRF450R 11 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 10 (11) 11 (10) Kaw KX250
21 244 Randy Holland Clovis, CA 4 (17) 0 (29) Kaw KX250 12 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 8 (13) 7 (14) Suz RM250
22 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 0 (26) 2 (19) Hon CRF450R 13 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 9 (12) 6 (15) Hon CRF450R
23 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 2 (19) 0 (34) Hon CRF450R 14 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 2 (19) 10 (11) Yam YZ250
24 969 Mike Corder El Cajon, CA 0 (22) 1 (20) Hon CRF450R 15 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 4 (17) 8 (13) Hon CRF450R
25 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 1 (20) 0 (35) Hon CRF450R 16 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 11 (10) 0 (37) Hon CRF450R
26 91 B. Modjewski Hatley, WI 0 (27) 0 (21) Suz RM250 17 89 Blair Morgan Prince Albert, SK 7 (14) 2 (19) Yam YZ250
27 153 G. Crater Renton, WA 0 (28) 0 (22) Hon CRF450R 18 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 0 (39) 5 (16) Hon CRF450R
28 427 L. Lillie Lewiston, ID 0 (29) 0 (25) Hon CRF450R 19 244 Randy Holland Clovis, CA 5 (16) 0 (24) Hon CRF450R
29 272 R. Sullivan Estacada, OR 0 (31) 0 (24) Hon CRF450R 20 65 Randy Owens Wildomar, CA 0 (40) 4 (17) Kaw KX250
30 285 R. Floth Meridian, ID 0 (34) 0 (23) Suz RM250 21 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 0 (22) 3 (18) Hon CRF450R
31 77 Ted Campbell Mesa, AZ 0 (24) 0 (33) Hon CRF450R 22 84 Tyson Hadsell Hudson, FL 3 (18) 0 (27) Yam YZ250
32 19 D. Henry Torrington, CT 0 (21) 0 (36) Hon CRF450R 23 155 M. Eastwood Salem, OH 0 (21) 1 (20) Hon CR250R
33 961 M. Ogata Corona, CA 0 (35) 0 (26) Hon CR250R 24 73 Evan Laughridge San Jacinto, CA 1 (20) 0 (32) Kaw KX250
34 130 Anthony Amaradio Temecula, CA 0 (30) 0 (32) Hon CRF450R 25 96 Barry Carsten Bayville, NJ 0 (26) 0 (21) Suz RM250
35 727 J. Cavanaugh Yucaipa, CA 0 (36) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R 26 873 J. Carpenter Ithaca, NY 0 (25) 0 (22) Hon CRF450R
36 713 D. Moore Yakima, WA 0 (33) 0 (30) Suz RM250 27 379 A. Mennenga Fort Worth, TX 0 (23) 0 (26) Yam YZ450F
37 184 D. Stapleton Capitola, CA 0 (39) 0 (28) Hon CR250R 28 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 0 (28) 0 (25) Hon CRF450R
38 847 J. Lamastus Post Falls, ID 0 (32) 0 (38) KTM 450SX 29 91 B. Modjewski Hatley, WI 0 (24) 0 (31) Suz RM250
39 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 0 (37) 0 (39) Yam YZ450F 30 770 J. Harper Toms River, NJ 0 (29) 0 (28) Suz RM250
40 918 J. Aubert Lake Elsinore, CA 0 (40) 0 (37) Suz RM250 31 156 Will Browning Rushville, OH 0 (36) 0 (23) Hon CRF450R
32 505 Jon Boruff Lake City, TN 0 (27) 0 (35) Hon CRF450R
Spring Creek Motocross Park - Millville, MN 33 703 C. Miller Rock Stream, NY 0 (34) 0 (29) Yam YZ250
15-Aug-04 34 915 R. Boyas Cleveland, OH 0 (35) 0 (30) Hon CR250R
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 35 233 J. Tiffany Rushville, NY 0 (32) 0 (33) Yam YZ450F
1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R 36 608 D. Pulley Columbia City, IN 0 (33) 0 (34) Yam YZ450F
2 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 16 (5) 22 (2) Hon CRF450R 37 225 M. Maximoff Howell, MI 0 (31) 0 (36) Hon CRF450R
3 103 Sebastian Tortelli Lake Elsinore, CA 18 (4) 20 (3) Suz RM250 38 66 D. Plotts Conyngham, PA 0 (30) 0 (38) Hon CRF450R
4 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 20 (3) 18 (4) Yam YZ450F 39 67 J. Roy Acton Vale, QC 0 (37) 0 (39) Hon CR250R
5 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 14 (7) 16 (5) Hon CR250R 40 16 John Dowd Ludlow, MA 0 (38) 0 (40) Suz RM250
6 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 15 (6) 13 (8) Suz RM250
7 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 11 (10) 15 (6) KTM 450SX Steel City Raceway - Delmont, PA
8 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 12 (9) 14 (7) Kaw KX250 5-Sep-04
9 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 13 (8) 12 (9) Yam YZ450F
10 22 Chad Reed Menifee, CA 22 (2) 0 (35) Yam YZ450F Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
11 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 9 (12) 11 (10) Hon CRF450R 1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R
12 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 8 (13) 7 (14) Hon CRF450R 2 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 22 (2) 20 (3) Hon CRF450R
13 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 3 (18) 10 (11) Hon CRF450R 3 800 Mike Alessi Apple Valley, CA 16 (5) 18 (4) Hon CRF450R
14 43 Ryan Clark Waddell, AZ 7 (14) 6 (15) Yam YZ250 4 103 Sebastian Tortelli Lake Elsinore, CA 18 (4) 15 (6) Suz RM250
15 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 10 (11) 0 (38) Hon CRF450R 5 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 13 (8) 14 (7) Hon CR250R
16 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 0 (21) 9 (12) Suz RM250 6 22 Chad Reed Dade City, FL 4 (17) 22 (2) Yam YZ450F
17 402 R. Abrigo Snohomish, WA 0 (29) 8 (13) Hon CRF450R 7 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 10 (11) 16 (5) Suz RM250
18 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 2 (19) 4 (17) Hon CRF450R 8 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 11 (10) 13 (8) Kaw KX250
19 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 6 (15) 0 (37) Yam YZ250 9 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 12 (9) 12 (9) Yam YZ450F
20 65 Randy Owens Wildomar, CA 0 (22) 5 (16) Kaw KX250 10 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 15 (6) 7 (14) Hon CRF450R
21 57 Joe Oehlhof Hesperia, CA 5 (16) 0 (30) Hon CRF450R 11 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 14 (7) 6 (15) Suz RM250
22 614 J. Brayton Fort Dodge, IA 4 (17) 0 (31) Suz RM 250 12 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 20 (3) 0 (33) Yam YZ450F
23 78 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque, NM 0 (38) 3 (18) Yam YZ450F 13 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 8 (13) 11 (10) Hon CRF450R
24 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 0 (33) 2 (19) Hon CRF450R 14 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 5 (16) 10 (11) Hon CRF450R
25 244 Randy Holland Clovis, CA 0 (23) 1 (20) Hon CRF450R 15 87 Jeff Gibson Westerville, OH 7 (14) 5 (16) Yam YZ250
26 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 1 (20) 0 (32) Hon CRF450R 16 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 0 (25) 9 (12) Hon CRF450R
27 452 J. Marshall Dickinson, TX 0 (26) 0 (21) Yam YZ450F 17 30 Craig Anderson Riverside, CA 9 (12) 0 (29) Hon CRF450R
28 302 S. Jendro Cambridge, MN 0 (25) 0 (23) Hon CRF450R 18 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 0 (40) 8 (13) KTM 450SX

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19 78 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque, NM 2 (19) 4 (17) Yam YZ450F 6 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 8 (13) 16 (5) Hon CRF250R
20 2 J. Mcgrath Encinitas, CA 6 (15) 0 (32) Hon CRF450R 7 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 12 (9) 12 (9) Hon CRF250R
21 89 Blair Morgan Prince Albert, SK 3 (18) 2 (19) Yam YZ250 8 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 13 (8) 8 (13) Yam YZ250F
22 73 Evan Laughridge San Jacinto, CA 0 (33) 3 (18) Kaw KX250 9 160 Ryan Morais Turlock, CA 3 (18) 14 (7) Hon CRF250F
23 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 0 (34) 1 (20) Hon CRF450R 10 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 4 (17) 13 (8) Yam YZ250F
24 969 Mike Corder El Cajon, CA 1 (20) 0 (30) Hon CRF450R 11 917 Eric Sorby Murrieta, CA 16 (5) 0 (37) Kaw KX250F
25 96 Barry Carsten Bayville, NJ 0 (23) 0 (21) Suz RM250 12 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 0 (21) 15 (6) Hon CRF250R
26 433 B. Miller Silverwood, MI 0 (24) 0 (24) Hon CRF450R 13 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 6 (15) 9 (12) Hon CRF250R
27 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 0 (27) 0 (22) Hon CRF450R 14 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 0 (34) Kaw 250
28 156 Will Browning Rushville, OH 0 (22) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R 15 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 7 (14) 7 (14) Suz RM125
29 940 M. Karlsen Denver, CO 0 (30) 0 (23) Hon CRF450R 16 6 Steve Lamson Camino, CA 14 (7) 0 (29) Hon 250
30 154 T. Barron Fowlerville, MI 0 (29) 0 (25) Hon CRF450R 17 18 Broc Sellards Sherrodsville, OH 0 (31) 11 (10) Yam YZ250F
31 505 Jon Boruff Lake City, TN 0 (26) 0 (31) Hon CRF450R 18 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 10 (11) 0 (23) Kaw 250
32 270 N. Skaggs Chillicothe, OH 0 (32) 0 (26) Yam YZ250 19 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 9 (12) 0 (36) Kaw 250
33 57 Joe Oehlhof Hesperia, CA 0 (21) 0 (39) Hon CRF450R 20 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 2 (19) 6 (15) KTM 125
34 225 M. Maximoff Howell, MI 0 (28) 0 (34) Hon CRF450R 21 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 0 (24) 5 (16) Suz 250RMZ
35 155 M. Eastwood Salem, OH 0 (35) 0 (28) Hon CR250R 22 68 Josh Hansen Elbert, CO 5 (16) 0 (28) Yam YZ250F
36 184 D. Stapleton Capitola, CA 0 (31) 0 (35) Hon CR250R 23 573 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton, OH 0 (28) 4 (17) Kaw 250F
37 401 E. Mccrummen Oakley, CA 0 (36) 0 (38) Kaw KX250 24 378 M. Barnes Magnolia, OH 0 (27) 3 (18) Hon CRF250R
38 711 P. Paget Legna, 0 (39) 0 (36) Hon CR250R 25 47 Math Lalloz Murrieta, CA 0 (25) 2 (19) Hon CRF250R
39 66 D. Plotts Conyngham, PA 0 (38) 0 (37) Hon CRF450R 26 83 Michael Blose Phoenix, AZ 0 (22) 1 (20) Yam YZ250F
40 574 Kevin Crine Lothian, MD 0 (37) 0 (40) Hon CRF450R 27 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 1 (20) 0 (30) Suz RM125
28 982 Akira Narita Corona, CA 0 (34) () Hon CRF250R
Glen Helen Raceway Park - San Bernardino, CA 29 186 D. Costella Las Vegas, NV 0 (26) 0 (25) Suz RM125
12-Sep-04 30 685 Tucker Hibbert Goodridge, MN 0 (30) 0 (26) Suz RM125
31 149 C. Whitcraft Pickerington, OH 0 (23) 0 (33) Yam YZ125
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 32 221 Tiger Lacey Wolf Creek, OR 0 (36) 0 (21) Hon CRF250R
1 4 Ricky Carmichael Havana, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Hon CRF450R 33 84 Tyson Hadsell Hudson, FL 0 (38) 0 (22) Yam YZ 250F
2 22 Chad Reed Menifee, CA 22 (2) 22 (2) Yam YZ450F 34 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 0 (33) 0 (27) Kaw KX250F
3 103 Sebastian Tortelli Lake Elsinore, CA 20 (3) 20 (3) Suz RM250 35 248 D. Mcgourty Floral City, FL 0 (39) 0 (24) Kaw KX 250F
4 23 Kyle Lewis Henderson, NV 16 (5) 16 (5) Hon CRF450R 36 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 0 (35) 0 (32) Hon CRF250
5 24 Ernesto Fonseca Murrieta, CA 14 (7) 14 (7) Hon CR250R 37 718 G. Ordelman Victorville, CA 0 (32) 0 (35) Suz RMZ250
6 36 Sean Hamblin Murrieta, CA 18 (4) 9 (12) Suz RM250 38 42 Steve Boniface Murrieta, CA 0 (37) 0 (31) Suz RMZ250
7 28 Heath Voss Mico, TX 13 (8) 13 (8) Yam YZ450F 39 73 Evan Laughridge San Jacinto, CA 0 (29) 0 (39) Suz RMZ250
8 27 Nick Wey Dewitt, MI 9 (12) 15 (6) Suz RM250 40 130 D. Lord Apple Valley, CA 0 (40) 0 (38) Suz RM 250Z
9 43 Ryan Clark Waddell, AZ 11 (10) 10 (11) Yam YZ250
10 942 J. Laansoo Chatsworth, CA 8 (13) 12 (9) Hon CRF450R High Point Raceway - Mt. Morris, PA
11 14 Kevin Windham Centreville, MS 0 (39) 18 (4) Hon CRF450R 30-May-04
12 108 Joaq Rodrigues Murrieta, CA 6 (15) 11 (10) KTM 450SX
13 65 Randy Owens Wildomar, CA 7 (14) 8 (13) Kaw KX250 Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
14 12 David Vuillemin Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 0 (31) Yam YZ450F 1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125
15 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 10 (11) 3 (18) Suz RM250 2 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 22 (2) 22 (2) Suz RM-Z250
16 26 Michael Byrne Temecula, CA 12 (9) 0 (29) Kaw KX250 3 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 18 (4) 20 (3) Yam YZ250F
17 38 Jason Thomas Melrose, FL 0 (34) 7 (14) Hon CRF450R 4 122 Richie Owens Mcdonough, GA 20 (3) 18 (4) Kaw KX250F
18 955 Takeshi Katsuta Miyaga City, 2 (19) 5 (16) Hon CR250R 5 917 Eric Sorby Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 15 (6) Kaw KX250F
19 965 A. Balbi Jr Belo Horizonte, MG0 (28) 6 (15) Hon CRF450R 6 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 13 (8) 16 (5) Hon CRF250R
20 301 D. Lord Apple Valley, CA 5 (16) 0 (32) Suz RM250 7 6 Steve Lamson Camino, CA 10 (11) 12 (9) Hon CRF250R
21 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 0 (37) 4 (17) Hon CRF450R 8 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 6 (15) 13 (8) Kaw KX250F
22 244 Randy Holland Clovis, CA 4 (17) 0 (35) Hon CRF450R 9 18 Broc Sellards Sherrodsville, OH 9 (12) 9 (12) Yam YZ250F
23 78 Kevin Johnson Albuquerque, NM 3 (18) 0 (30) Yam YZ450F 10 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 11 (10) 7 (14) Hon CRF250R
24 130 Anthony Amaradio Temecula, CA 0 (29) 2 (19) Hon CRF450R 11 105 Ryan Hughes Temecula, CA 16 (5) 0 (36) KTM 125SX
25 162 Ty Davis Hesperia, CA 0 (24) 1 (20) Yam YZ450F 12 80 J. Summey Stanley, NC 7 (14) 8 (13) Yam YZ250F
26 969 Mike Corder El Cajon, CA 1 (20) 0 (34) Hon CRF450R 13 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 0 (25) 14 (7) Hon CRF250R
27 452 J. Marshall Dickinson, TX 0 (21) 0 (23) Yam YZ450F 14 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 8 (13) 6 (15) Suz RMZ250
28 64 James Povolny Mendota Hght, MN 0 (25) 0 (21) Hon CRF450R 15 264 Ryan Sipes Vine Grove, KY 14 (7) 0 (34) Kaw KX25F
29 216 Jeff Willoh Moreno Valley, CA 0 (23) 0 (26) Suz RM250 16 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 12 (9) 0 (39) Yam YZ250F
30 89 Blair Morgan Prince Albert, SK 0 (26) 0 (25) Yam YZ250 17 21 Stephne Roncada Lake Elsinore, CA 0 (28) 11 (10) Kaw KX250F
31 220 Tiger Lacey Wolf Creek, OR 0 (32) 0 (22) Hon CRF450R 18 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 0 (22) 10 (11) Suz RM-Z250
32 389 T. Duncan Canyon Lake, CA 0 (31) 0 (24) Hon CRF450R 19 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 5 (16) 1 (20) Hon CRF250R
33 156 Will Browning Rushville, OH 0 (30) 0 (27) Hon CRF450R 20 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 0 (26) 5 (16) Kaw KX250F
34 71 David Pingree Temecula, CA 0 (22) 0 (36) Hon CR250R 21 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 0 (38) 4 (17) KTM 125SX
35 77 Ted Campbell Mesa, AZ 0 (27) 0 (33) Hon CRF450R 22 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 2 (19) 2 (19) Hon CRF250R
36 70 Brian Mason Belleville, IL 0 (35) 0 (28) Hon CRF450R 23 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 4 (17) 0 (25) Yam YZ250F
37 238 M. Sleeter Escondido, CA 0 (33) 0 (37) Hon CRF450R 24 573 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton, OH 0 (23) 3 (18) Kaw KX250F
38 170 Rich Taylor Woodland Hills, CA 0 (36) 0 (38) Hon CRF450R 25 41 Brian Gray Murrieta, CA 3 (18) 0 (26) Suz RM-Z250
39 34 Clark Stiles Athens, AL 0 (38) 0 (39) Hon CRF450R 26 53 Robert Kiniry Skaneateles, NY 1 (20) 0 (35) Suz RM-Z250
40 73 Evan Laughridge San Jacinto, CA 0 (40) 0 (40) Kaw KX250 27 83 Michael Blose Phoenix, AZ 0 (21) 0 (22) Yam YZ250F
28 73 Evan Laughridge San Jacinto, CA 0 (24) 0 (21) Suz RMZ250
29 68 Josh Hansen Elbert, CO 0 (27) 0 (24) Yam YZ250F
125 Outdoor National Motocross Championship 30 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 0 (36) 0 (23) Hon CRF250R
31 186 D. Costella Las Vegas, NV 0 (30) 0 (29) Suz RM125
Hangtown - Sacramento, CA 32 514 E. Nye Corning, CA 0 (33) 0 (27) Yam YZ250F
16-May-04 33 97 J. Chaussee Lancaster, CA 0 (29) 0 (31) Yam YZ250F
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 34 321 C. Ward Falkville, AL 0 (32) 0 (30) Hon CRF250R
1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw 125 35 47 Math Lalloz Murrieta, CA 0 (35) 0 (28) Hon CRF250R
2 21 Stephne Roncada Lake Elsinore, CA 22 (2) 22 (2) Kaw 250 36 270 N. Skaggs Chillicothe, OH 0 (34) 0 (32) Yam YZ250F
3 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 18 (4) 18 (4) Yam YZ250F 37 130 D. Lord Apple Valley, CA 0 (31) 0 (37) Suz RMZ250
4 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 11 (10) 20 (3) Suz RM125 38 301 Teddy Maier Fort Dodge, IA 0 (39) 0 (33) Kaw KX250F
5 105 Ryan Hughes Temecula, CA 20 (3) 10 (11) KTM 125 39 98 T. Welch Charlotte Hall, MD 0 (37) 0 (40) Hon CRF250R

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40 256 Brian Johnson Cairo, GA 0 (40) 0 (38) Yam YZ250F 30 97 J. Chaussee Lancaster, CA 0 (27) 0 (28) Yam YZ250F
31 68 Josh Hansen Elbert, CO 0 (28) 0 (31) Yam YZ250F
Motocross 338 - Southwick, MA 32 514 E. Nye Corning, CA 0 (22) 0 (37) Yam YZ250F
13-Jun-04 33 161 C. Clark Pine Grove, PA 0 (32) 0 (30) Suz RM-Z250
34 98 T. Welch Charlotte Hall, MD 0 (39) 0 (26) Hon CRF250R
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 35 573 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton, OH 0 (30) 0 (35) Kaw KX250F
1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125 36 186 D. Costella Las Vegas, NV 0 (33) 0 (33) Suz RM125
2 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 20 (3) 22 (2) Yam YZ250F 37 550 T. Hollenbeck Prospect, OH 0 (35) 0 (32) Yam YZ250F
3 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 22 (2) 20 (3) Hon CRF250R 38 301 Teddy Maier Fort Dodge, IA 0 (31) 0 (40) Kaw KX250F
103 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 16 (5) 18 (4) Kaw KX250F 39 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 0 (40) 0 (36) Suz RM-Z250
5 105 Ryan Hughes Temecula, CA 15 (6) 16 (5) KTM 125SX 40 357 D. Hill NPhiladlphia, OH 0 (37) 0 (39) Yam YZ250F
6 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 14 (7) 15 (6) Yam YZ250F
7 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 11 (10) 13 (8) Yam YZ250F Red Bud Track-N-Trail - Buchanan, MI
8 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 12 (9) 12 (9) Hon CRF250R 4-Jul-04
9 52 Greg Schnell Ranch Cucam, CA 9 (12) 14 (7) Hon CRF250R
10 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 13 (8) 8 (13) KTM 125SX Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
11 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 18 (4) 0 (37) Suz RM-Z250 1 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 22 (2) 25 (1) Yam YZ250F
12 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 8 (13) 9 (12) Suz RM-Z250 2 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 18 (4) 18 (4) Suz RM-Z250
13 289 Matt Goerke Lake Helen, FL 5 (16) 11 (10) Suz RM-Z250 3 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 13 (8) 22 (2) Hon CRF250R
14 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 0 (30) 10 (11) Kaw KX250F 4 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 16 (5) 16 (5) Hon CRF250R
15 83 Michael Blose Phoenix, AZ 4 (17) 6 (15) Yam YZ250F 5 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 9 (12) 20 (3) Suz RM-Z250
16 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 7 (14) 3 (18) Kaw KX250F 6 21 Stephne Roncada Lake Elsinore, CA 15 (6) 13 (8) Kaw KX250F
17 41 Brian Gray Camillus, NY 10 (11) 0 (31) Suz RM-Z250 7 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 0 (33) Kaw KX125
18 18 Broc Sellards Sherrodsville, OH 1 (20) 7 (14) Yam YZ250F 8 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 20 (3) 2 (19) Kaw KX250F
19 53 Robert Kiniry Skaneateles, NY 6 (15) 0 (25) Suz RM125 9 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 5 (16) 15 (6) Kaw KX250F
20 72 T. Lorusso Rocky Hill, CT 0 (36) 5 (16) Suz RM-Z250 10 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 4 (17) 14 (7) Yam YZ250F
21 73 Evan Laughridge San Jacinto, CA 0 (25) 4 (17) Suz RM-Z250 11 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 7 (14) 10 (11) Hon CRF250R
22 65 Richie Owens Wildomar, CA 3 (18) 0 (38) Kaw KX250F 12 68 Josh Hansen Elbert, CO 14 (7) 3 (18) Yam YZ250F
23 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 0 (22) 2 (19) Hon CRF250R 13 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 11 (10) 5 (16) Kaw KX250F
24 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 2 (19) 0 (36) Suz RM-Z250 14 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 12 (9) 4 (17) Hon CRF250R
25 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 0 (26) 1 (20) Suz RM-Z250 15 52 Greg Schnell Ranch Cucam, CA 8 (13) 6 (15) Hon CRF250R
26 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 0 (24) 0 (23) Suz RM125 16 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 0 (36) 12 (9) Yam YZ250F
27 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 0 (21) 0 (27) Hon CRF250R 17 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 0 (40) 11 (10) Kaw KX250F
28 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 0 (34) 0 (21) Hon CR125R 18 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 10 (11) 0 (37) Suz RM-Z250
29 643 T. Conner Alvin, TX 0 (28) 0 (28) Yam YZ250F 19 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 0 (23) 9 (12) KTM 125SX
30 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 0 (32) 0 (26) Hon CRF250R 20 41 Brian Gray Camillus, NY 1 (20) 8 (13) Suz RM-Z250
31 901 J. Ober Epping, NH 0 (29) 0 (29) Hon CRF250R 21 264 Ryan Sipes Vine Grove, KY 0 (24) 7 (14) Kaw KX250F
32 573 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton, OH 0 (23) 0 (35) Kaw KX250F 22 256 Brian Johnson Cairo, GA 6 (15) 1 (20) Yam YZ250F
33 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 0 (27) 0 (33) Hon CRF250R 23 49 Brandn Jesseman Bettendorf, IA 3 (18) 0 (32) Suz RM125
34 21 Stephne Roncada Lake Elsinore, CA 0 (39) 0 (22) Kaw KX250F 24 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 2 (19) 0 (34) Hon CRF250R
35 161 C. Clark Pine Grove, PA 0 (31) 0 (30) Suz RM-Z250 25 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 0 (22) 0 (21) Hon CRF250R
36 261 J. Morrison Wareham, MA 0 (38) 0 (24) Kaw KX250F 26 221 Tiger Lacey Wolf Creek, OR 0 (28) 0 (22) Hon CRF250R
37 256 Brian Johnson Cairo, GA 0 (33) 0 (34) Yam YZ250F 27 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 0 (27) 0 (23) Suz RM-Z250
38 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 0 (40) 0 (32) Kaw KX250F 28 685 Tucker Hibbert Goodridge, MN 0 (25) 0 (29) Suz RM125
39 68 Josh Hansen Elbert, CO 0 (35) 0 (39) Yam YZ250F 29 573 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton, OH 0 (31) 0 (26) Kaw KX250F
40 6 Steve Lamson Camino, CA 0 (37) 0 (40) Hon CRF250R 30 337 J. Marsack Allenton, MI 0 (30) 0 (27) Hon CRF250R
31 643 T. Conner Alvin, TX 0 (35) 0 (24) Yam YZ250F
Budds Creek Motocross Park - Budds Creek, MD 32 65 Richie Owens Wildomar, CA 0 (21) 0 (38) Kaw KX250F
20-Jun-04 33 837 R. Martin Pleasnt Prairie, WI 0 (32) 0 (28) Suz RM-Z250
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 34 18 Broc Sellards Sherrodsville, OH 0 (29) 0 (31) Yam YZ250F
1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125 35 97 J. Chaussee Lancaster, CA 0 (26) 0 (36) Yam YZ250F
2 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 20 (3) 20 (3) Suz RM-Z250 36 257 J. Dehn Dayton, MN 0 (33) 0 (30) Yam YZ250F
3 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 22 (2) 9 (12) Yam YZ250F 37 514 E. Nye Corning, CA 0 (39) 0 (25) Yam YZ250F
4 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 13 (8) 16 (5) Hon CRF250R 38 321 C. Ward Falkville, AL 0 (34) 0 (35) Hon CRF250R
5 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 18 (4) 8 (13) Hon CRF250R 39 83 Michael Blose Phoenix, AZ 0 (37) 0 (39) Yam YZ250F
6 18 Broc Sellards Sherrodsville, OH 10 (11) 15 (6) Yam YZ250F 40 130 D. Lord Apple Valley, CA 0 (38) 0 (40) Suz RM-Z250
7 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 11 (10) 13 (8) Yam YZ250F
8 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 0 (38) 22 (2) Kaw KX250F
9 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 9 (12) 12 (9) Suz RM-Z250 Unadilla Valley Sports Center - New Berlin, NY
10 21 Stephne Roncada Lake Elsinore, CA 15 (6) 6 (15) Kaw KX250F 18-Jul-04
11 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 0 (36) 18 (4) Kaw KX250F Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
12 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 7 (14) 11 (10) Hon CRF250R 1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125
13 83 Michael Blose Phoenix, AZ 14 (7) 3 (18) Yam YZ250F 2 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 20 (3) 22 (2) Kaw KX250F
14 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 16 (5) 0 (34) Kaw KX250F 3 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 15 (6) 16 (5) Yam YZ250F
15 52 Greg Schnell Ranch Cucam, CA 0 (34) 14 (7) Hon CRF250R 4 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 10 (11) 20 (3) Yam YZ250F
16 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 12 (9) 2 (19) Yam YZ250F 5 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 14 (7) 15 (6) Hon CRF250R
17 41 Brian Gray Camillus, NY 4 (17) 7 (14) Suz RM-Z250 6 105 Ryan Hughes Temecula, CA 18 (4) 11 (10) KTM 125SX
18 105 Ryan Hughes Temecula, CA 0 (25) 10 (11) KTM 125SX 7 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 9 (12) 18 (4) Suz RM-Z250
19 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 6 (15) 4 (17) KTM 125SX 8 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 12 (9) 14 (7) Hon CRF250R
20 289 Matt Goerke Lake Helen, FL 3 (18) 5 (16) Suz RM-Z250 9 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 22 (2) 2 (19) Suz RM-Z250
21 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 8 (13) 0 (27) Suz RM-Z250 10 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 13 (8) 6 (15) Hon CRF250R
22 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 5 (16) 0 (21) Hon CRF250R 11 956 G. Swanepoel Temecula, CA 3 (18) 13 (8) KTM 125SX
23 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 1 (20) 1 (20) Hon CRF250R 12 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 16 (5) 0 (32) Yam YZ250F
24 73 Evan Laughridge San Jacinto, CA 2 (19) 0 (38) Suz RM-Z250 13 41 Brian Gray Camillus, NY 7 (14) 7 (14) Suz RM-Z250
25 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 0 (21) 0 (22) Kaw KX250F 14 49 Brandn Jesseman Bettendorf, IA 0 (39) 12 (9) Suz RM-Z250
26 106 Rodrig Thain Temecula, CA 0 (23) 0 (23) Suz RM125 15 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 2 (19) 10 (11) Suz RM-Z250
27 251 P. Chamberlain Puslinch, ON 0 (26) 0 (25) Yam YZ250F 16 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 4 (17) 8 (13) KTM 125SX
28 256 Brian Johnson Cairo, GA 0 (29) 0 (24) Yam YZ250F 17 256 Brian Johnson Cairo, GA 11 (10) 0 (34) Yam YZ250F
29 149 C. Whitcraft Pickerington, OH 0 (24) 0 (29) Yam YZ250F 18 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 0 (37) 9 (12) Kaw KX250F

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19 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 8 (13) 0 (36) Hon CRF250R 10 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 16 (5) 6 (15) Hon CRF250R
20 42 Steve Boniface Murrieta, CA 6 (15) 0 (33) Suz RM-Z250 11 105 Ryan Hughes Temecula, CA 11 (10) 8 (13) KTM 125SX
21 80 J. Summey Stanley, NC 0 (30) 5 (16) Yam YZ250F 12 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 18 (4) 0 (36) Kaw KX250F
22 47 Math Lalloz Murrieta, CA 5 (16) 0 (22) Hon CR125R 13 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 2 (19) 13 (8) Hon CRF250R
23 52 Greg Schnell Ranco Cucam, CA 0 (21) 4 (17) Hon CRF250R 14 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 0 (38) 14 (7) Yam YZ250F
24 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 0 (25) 3 (18) Hon CRF250R 15 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 9 (12) 4 (17) Hon CRF250R
25 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 0 (23) 1 (20) Kaw KX250F 16 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 5 (16) 7 (14) Suz RM-Z250
26 475 Jesse Casillas Jamul, CA 1 (20) 0 (23) Yam YZ250F 17 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 10 (11) 0 (22) KTM 125SX
27 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 0 (22) 0 (24) Hon CRF250R 18 32 Andrew Short Murrieta, CA 0 (40) 9 (12) Suz RM-Z250
28 251 P. Chamberlain Puslinch, ON 0 (24) 0 (25) Yam YZ250F 19 68 Josh Hansen Elbert, CO 7 (14) 0 (31) Yam YZ250F
29 171 Cole Siebler Emmett, ID 0 (26) 0 (27) Suz RM125 20 41 Brian Gray Jacksonville, FL 1 (20) 5 (16) Suz RM-Z250
30 53 Robert Kiniry Skaneateles, NY 0 (33) 0 (21) Suz RM-Z250 21 95 Turbo Reif Atascadero, CA 3 (18) 1 (20) Hon CRF250R
31 68 Josh Hansen Elbert, CO 0 (29) 0 (28) Yam YZ250F 22 80 J. Summey Stanley, NC 4 (17) 0 (37) Yam YZ250F
32 607 D. Askew Pinson, AL 0 (28) 0 (29) Yam YZ250F 23 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 0 (22) 3 (18) Hon CRF250R
33 643 T. Conner Alvin, TX 0 (27) 0 (30) Yam YZ250F 24 952 Y. Fukadome Nakagaito Osaka, 0 (25) 2 (19) Suz RM-Z250
34 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 0 (35) 0 (26) Kaw KX250F 25 39 M. Brandes San Jose, CA 0 (23) 0 (27) Kaw KX250F
35 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 0 (31) 0 (31) Hon CRF250R 26 685 Tucker Hibbert Goodridge, MN 0 (28) 0 (23) Suz RM125
36 21 Stephne Roncada Lake Elsinore, CA 0 (32) 0 (35) Kaw KX250F 27 74 E. Vallejo Garland, TX 0 (27) 0 (25) Yam YZ250F
37 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 0 (36) 0 (37) Suz RM-Z250 28 717 K. Mace Hesperia, CA 0 (29) 0 (26) Kaw KX125
38 97 J. Chaussee Lancaster, CA 0 (34) 0 (39) Yam YZ250F 29 953 Y. Kitai Kusugaoka Osaka, 0 (32) 0 (24) Suz RM-Z250
39 95 Turbo Reif Atascadero, CA 0 (38) 0 (38) Hon CRF250R 30 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 0 (21) 0 (35) Yam YZ250F
40 508 C. Wisniewski Wellfleet, MA 0 (40) 0 (40) Hon CRF250R 31 47 Math Lalloz Murrieta, CA 0 (24) 0 (33) Hon CR125R
32 65 Richie Owens Wildomar, CA 0 (39) 0 (21) Kaw KX250F
Kenworthys Motocross Park - Troy, OH 33 186 D. Costella Las Vegas, NV 0 (26) 0 (34) Suz RM125
25-Jul-04 34 272 B. Boehm Duvall, WA 0 (33) 0 (28) Suz RM-Z250
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 35 173 N. Tiearney Carson City, NV 0 (35) 0 (30) Suz RM-Z250
1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125 36 256 Brian Johnson Cairo, GA 0 (37) 0 (29) Yam YZ250F
2 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 20 (3) 20 (3) Kaw KX250F 37 982 Akira Narita Corona, CA 0 (36) 0 (32) Hon CRF250R
3 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 22 (2) 18 (4) Hon CRF250R 38 42 Steve Boniface Murrieta, CA 0 (30) 0 (38) Suz RM-Z250
4 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 13 (8) 22 (2) Hon CRF250R 39 21 Stephne Roncada Lake Elsinore, CA 0 (31) 0 (39) Kaw KX250F
5 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 14 (7) 14 (7) Yam YZ250F 40 112 R. Huffman Roseburg, OR 0 (34) 0 (40) Yam YZ250F
6 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 11 (10) 13 (8) Yam YZ250F
7 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 7 (14) 16 (5) Suz RM-Z250 Spring Creek Motocross Park - Millville, MN
8 105 Ryan Hughes Temecula, CA 8 (13) 15 (6) KTM 125SX 15-Aug-04
9 52 Greg Schnell Ranch Cucam, CA 10 (11) 12 (9) Hon CRF250R Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
10 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 9 (12) 11 (10) Hon CRF250R 1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125
11 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 15 (6) 4 (17) Hon CRF250R 2 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 22 (2) 22 (2) Suz RM-Z250
12 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 12 (9) 6 (15) Kaw KX250F 3 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 20 (3) 15 (6) Kaw KX250F
13 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 18 (4) 0 (36) Kaw KX250F 4 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 18 (4) 16 (5) Hon CRF250R
14 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 16 (5) 0 (35) Suz RM-Z250 5 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 15 (6) 11 (10) Hon CRF250R
15 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 5 (16) 9 (12) Kaw KX250F 6 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 16 (5) 8 (13) Kaw KX250F
16 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 6 (15) 7 (14) KTM 125SX 7 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 12 (9) 9 (12) Kaw KX250F
17 49 Brandn Jesseman Bettendorf, IA 0 (39) 10 (11) Suz RM-Z250 8 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 0 (31) 20 (3) Yam YZ250F
18 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 2 (19) 8 (13) Yam YZ250F 9 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 0 (37) 18 (4) Suz RM-Z250
19 41 Brian Gray Jacksonville, FL 0 (22) 5 (16) Suz RM-Z250 10 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 0 (38) 14 (7) Yam YZ250F
20 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 4 (17) 0 (22) Suz RM-Z250 11 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 14 (7) 0 (32) Hon CRF250R
21 53 Robert Kiniry Skaneateles, NY 0 (29) 3 (18) Suz RM-Z250 12 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 0 (35) 13 (8) Hon CRF250R
22 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 3 (18) 0 (25) Hon CRF250R 13 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 7 (14) 6 (15) Hon CRF250R
23 68 Josh Hansen Elbert, CO 0 (37) 2 (19) Yam YZ250F 14 32 Andrew Short Murrieta, CA 13 (8) 0 (26) Suz RM-Z250
24 47 Math Lalloz Murrieta, CA 0 (24) 1 (20) Hon CR125R 15 52 Greg Schnell Ranch Cucam, CA 0 (22) 12 (9) Hon CRF250R
25 475 Jesse Casillas Jamul, CA 1 (20) 0 (28) Yam YZ250F 16 95 Turbo Reif Atascadero, CA 8 (13) 4 (17) Hon CRF250R
26 95 Turbo Reif Atascadero, CA 0 (25) 0 (23) Hon CRF250R 17 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 11 (10) 0 (34) Yam YZ250F
27 158 Justin Buckelew Riverside, CA 0 (23) 0 (26) Hon CRF250R 18 41 Brian Gray Jacksonville, FL 0 (25) 10 (11) Suz RM-Z250
28 42 Steve Boniface Murrieta, CA 0 (21) 0 (30) Suz RM-Z250 19 49 Brandn Jesseman Bettendorf, IA 9 (12) 1 (20) Suz RM-Z250
29 256 Brian Johnson Cairo, GA 0 (28) 0 (24) Yam YZ250F 20 50 Josh Woods Flint, MI 10 (11) 0 (38) KTM 125SX
30 78 K. Johnson Albuquerque, NM 0 (32) 0 (21) Yam YZ250F 21 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 6 (15) 3 (18) Kaw KX250F
31 32 Andrew Short Murrieta, CA 0 (27) 0 (27) Suz RM-Z250 22 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 0 (32) 7 (14) Suz RM-Z250
32 685 Tucker Hibbert Goodridge, MN 0 (31) 0 (29) Suz RM125 23 80 J. Summey Stanley, NC 5 (16) 2 (19) Yam YZ250F
33 74 E. Vallejo Garland, TX 0 (30) 0 (34) Yam YZ250F 24 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 0 (34) 5 (16) KTM 125SX
34 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 0 (26) 0 (38) Hon CRF250R 25 47 Math Lalloz Murrieta, CA 4 (17) 0 (24) Hon CR250R
35 65 Richie Owens Wildomar, CA 0 (35) 0 (31) Kaw KX250F 26 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 3 (18) 0 (21) Hon CRF250R
36 130 D. Lord Apple Valley, CA 0 (36) 0 (33) Suz RM-Z250 27 717 K. Mace Hesperia, CA 2 (19) 0 (36) Hon CRF250R
37 186 D. Costella Las Vegas, NV 0 (34) 0 (37) Suz RM125 28 301 Teddy Maier Fort Dodge, IA 1 (20) 0 (22) Kaw KX250F
38 80 J. Summey Stanley, NC 0 (40) 0 (32) Yam YZ250F 29 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 0 (23) 0 (25) Suz RM-Z250
39 270 N. Skaggs Chillicothe, OH 0 (33) 0 (39) Yam YZ250F 30 337 J. Marsack Allenton, MI 0 (26) 0 (28) Hon CRF250R
40 149 C. Whitcraft Pickerington, OH 0 (38) 0 (40) Yam YZ250F 31 74 E. Vallejo Garland, TX 0 (21) 0 (35) Yam YZ250F
32 475 Jesse Casillas Jamul, CA 0 (24) 0 (33) Yam YZ250F
Washougal Motocross Park - Washougal, WA 33 277 R. Newton Murrieta, CA 0 (28) 0 (30) Kaw KX250F
1-Aug-04 34 171 Cole Siebler Emmett, ID 0 (36) 0 (23) Suz RM125
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 35 274 C. Gilmore Spencer, IA 0 (30) 0 (29) Kaw KX250F
1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125 36 685 Tucker Hibbert Goodridge, MN 0 (33) 0 (31) Suz RM125
2 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 22 (2) 18 (4) Suz RM-Z250 37 644 K. Partridge Las Vegas, NV 0 (27) 0 (37) Suz RMZ250
3 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 20 (3) 11 (10) Kaw KX250F 38 321 C. Ward Falkville, AL 0 (39) 0 (27) Hon CRF250R
4 52 Greg Schnell Ranch Cucam, CA 8 (13) 22 (2) Hon CRF250R 39 322 Z. Lundy Jacksonville, FL 0 (29) 0 (39) Hon CRF250R
5 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 14 (7) 16 (5) Kaw KX250F 40 256 Brian Johnson Cairo, GA 0 (40) 0 (40) Yam YZ250F
6 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 15 (6) 15 (6) Hon CRF250R
7 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 6 (15) 20 (3) Suz RM-Z250
8 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 13 (8) 12 (9) Yam YZ250F
9 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 12 (9) 10 (11) Kaw KX250F

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Broome-Tioga Sports Center - Binghamton, NY 32 149 C. Whitcraft Pickerington, OH 0 (25) 0 (34) Yam YZ250F
22-Aug-04 33 470 C. Miller Spring, TX 0 (31) 0 (30) Yam YZ250F
34 42 Steve Boniface Murrieta, CA 0 (27) 0 (35) Suz RM-Z250
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 35 852 J. Delaware Billings, MT 0 (32) 0 (31) Hon CRF250R
1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125 36 252 J. Keeney Lebanon, OR 0 (28) 0 (36) Kaw KX125
2 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 22 (2) 20 (3) Suz RM-Z250 37 264 Ryan Sipes Vine Grove, KY 0 (33) 0 (37) Kaw KX250F
3 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 18 (4) 22 (2) Suz RM-Z250 38 717 K. Mace Hesperia, CA 0 (35) 0 (38) Hon CRF250R
4 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 20 (3) 14 (7) Yam YZ250F 39 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 0 (36) 0 (39) Suz RM-Z250
5 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 13 (8) 18 (4) Kaw KX250F 40 251 P. Chamberlain Puslinch, ON 0 (37) 0 (40) Yam YZ250F
6 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 16 (5) 13 (8) Kaw KX250F
7 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 15 (6) 12 (9) Hon CRF250R Glen Helen Raceway Park - San Bernardino, CA
8 52 Greg Schnell Ranch Cucam, CA 14 (7) 11 (10) Hon CRF250R 12-Sep-04
9 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 8 (13) 16 (5) Kaw KX250F Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike
10 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 7 (14) 15 (6) Yam YZ250F 1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX250F
11 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 12 (9) 10 (11) Hon CRF250R 2 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 18 (4) 20 (3) Hon CRF250R
12 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 11 (10) 9 (12) KTM 125SX 3 25 Nathan Ramsey Menifee, CA 10 (11) 18 (4) Hon CRF250R
13 264 Ryan Sipes Vine Grove, KY 10 (11) 6 (15) Kaw KX250F 4 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 12 (9) 16 (5) Yam YZ250F
14 80 J. Summey Stanley, NC 6 (15) 5 (16) Yam YZ250F 5 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 15 (6) 13 (8) Yam YZ250F
15 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 1 (20) 8 (13) Hon CRF250R 6 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 11 (10) 15 (6) Yam YZ250F
16 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 9 (12) 0 (34) Kaw KX250F 7 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 9 (12) 14 (7) Kaw KX250F
17 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 0 (40) 7 (14) Yam YZ250F 8 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 0 (39) 22 (2) Kaw KX250F
18 41 Brian Gray Jacksonville, FL 5 (16) 0 (30) Suz RM-Z250 9 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 22 (2) 0 (37) Suz RM-Z250
19 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 0 (22) 4 (17) Hon CRF250R 10 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 16 (5) 4 (17) Suz RM-Z250
20 573 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton, OH 3 (18) 1 (20) Kaw KX250F 11 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 20 (3) 0 (33) Kaw KX250F
21 685 Tucker Hibbert Goodridge, MN 4 (17) 0 (25) Suz RM125 12 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 8 (13) 11 (10) Kaw KX250F
22 50 Josh Woods Flint, MI 0 (35) 3 (18) KTM 125SX 13 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 5 (16) 10 (11) KTM 125SX
23 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 0 (29) 2 (19) Suz RM-Z250 14 447 Nick Evennou Kensington, MD 6 (15) 9 (12) Yam YZ250F
24 252 J. Keeney Lebanon, OR 2 (19) 0 (32) Kaw KX125 15 776 Tom Hahn Belpre, KS 14 (7) 0 (36) Hon CRF250R
25 149 C. Whitcraft Pickerington, OH 0 (21) 0 (24) Yam YZ250F 16 52 Greg Schnell Ranco Cucam, CA 13 (8) 0 (34) Hon CRF250R
26 717 K. Mace Hesperia, CA 0 (23) 0 (23) Hon CRF250R 17 386 Josh Grant Yucaipa, CA 0 (27) 12 (9) Hon CRF250R
27 337 J. Marsack Allenton, MI 0 (26) 0 (27) Hon CRF250R 18 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 7 (14) 5 (16) Hon CRF250R
28 39 M. Brandes San Jose, CA 0 (24) 0 (29) Yam YZ250F 19 41 Brian Gray Jacksonville, FL 3 (18) 8 (13) Suz RM-Z250
29 322 Z. Lundy Jacksonville, FL 0 (28) 0 (26) Hon CRF250R 20 160 Ryan Morais Turlock, CA 0 (30) 7 (14) Hon CRF250R
30 447 Nick Evennou Kensington, MD 0 (34) 0 (21) Yam YZ250F 21 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 0 (23) 6 (15) Hon CRF250R
31 802 A. Dieter Dansville, NY 0 (27) 0 (28) Yam YZ250F 22 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 4 (17) 0 (27) Hon CRF250R
32 49 Brandn Jesseman De Witt, IA 0 (38) 0 (22) Suz RM-Z250 23 264 Ryan Sipes Vine Grove, KY 0 (28) 3 (18) Kaw KX250F
33 42 Steve Boniface Murrieta, CA 0 (25) 0 (35) Suz RM-Z250 24 301 Teddy Maier Fort Dodge, IA 0 (37) 2 (19) Kaw KX250F
34 248 D. Mcgourty Floral City, FL 0 (33) 0 (33) Kaw KX250F 25 475 Jesse Casillas Jamul, CA 2 (19) 0 (26) Yam YZ250F
35 644 K. Partridge Las Vegas, NV 0 (36) 0 (31) Suz RM-Z250 26 952 Y. Fukadome Upland, CA 0 (35) 1 (20) Suz RM-Z250
36 46 Daryl Hurley Corona, CA 0 (31) 0 (37) Suz RM-Z250 27 248 D. Mcgourty Floral City, FL 1 (20) 0 (35) Kaw KX250F
37 615 J. Northrop Concord, CA 0 (30) 0 (39) Kaw KX250F 28 953 Y. Kitai Kusugaoka Osaka, 0 (25) 0 (22) Suz RM-Z250
38 47 Math Lalloz Murrieta, CA 0 (32) 0 (38) Hon CRF250R 29 928 R. Garrison Sparks, NV 0 (24) 0 (25) Yam YZ250F
39 32 Andrew Short Murrieta, CA 0 (39) 0 (36) Suz RM-Z250 30 171 Cole Siebler Emmett, ID 0 (26) 0 (24) Suz RM125
40 475 Jesse Casillas Jamul, CA 0 (37) 0 (40) Yam YZ250F 31 47 Math Lalloz Murrieta, CA 0 (21) 0 (29) Hon CRF250R
32 252 J. Keeney Lebanon, OR 0 (22) 0 (30) Kaw KX125
Steel City Raceway - Delmont, PA 33 97 J. Chaussee Lancaster, CA 0 (33) 0 (23) Yam YZ250F
5-Sep-04 34 149 C. Whitcraft Pickerington, OH 0 (40) 0 (21) Yam YZ250F
Pos.No. Rider name Hometown M1 M2 Bike 35 514 E. Nye Corning, CA 0 (31) 0 (31) Yam YZ250F
1 259 James Stewart Haines City, FL 25 (1) 25 (1) Kaw KX125 36 884 J. Nelson Battle Mountin, NV 0 (38) 0 (28) Yam YZ250F
2 60 Broc Hepler Kittanning, PA 20 (3) 16 (5) Suz RM-Z250 37 685 Tucker Hibbert Goodridge, MN 0 (29) 0 (38) Suz RM125
3 61 Troy Adams Brooksville, FL 14 (7) 20 (3) Kaw KX250F 38 92 R. Dudek Long Beach, CA 0 (36) 0 (32) Yam YZ250F
4 35 Chris Cosselaar Victorville, CA 16 (5) 18 (4) Hon CRF250R 39 644 K. Partridge Las Vegas, NV 0 (32) 0 (39) Suz RM-Z250
5 122 Matt Walker Mcdonough, GA 22 (2) 11 (10) Kaw KX250F 40 196 L. Reid Llano, CA 0 (34) 0 (40) Suz RM-Z250
6 29 Ivan Tedesco Murrieta, CA 15 (6) 12 (9) Kaw KX250F
7 59 Danny Smith Middleton, ID 12 (9) 14 (7) Yam YZ250F
8 44 Ryan Mills Clintondale, NY 18 (4) 6 (15) Hon CRF250R
9 52 Greg Schnell Ranch Cucam, CA 13 (8) 10 (11) Hon CRF250R
10 3 Mike Brown Johnson City, TN 0 (34) 22 (2) Yam YZ250F
11 776 Tom Hahn Belpre, KS 9 (12) 13 (8) Hon CRF250R
12 48 Paul Carpenter Ithaca, NY 6 (15) 15 (6) Kaw KX250F
13 188 Davi Millsaps Cairo, GA 10 (11) 9 (12) Suz RM-Z250
14 123 Brett Metcalfe Murrieta, CA 11 (10) 4 (17) KTM 125SX
15 41 Brian Gray Jacksonville, FL 7 (14) 7 (14) Suz RM-Z250
16 56 Tim Weigand Chatsworth, CA 8 (13) 2 (19) Hon CRF250R
17 248 D. Mcgourty Floral City, FL 0 (39) 8 (13) Kaw KX250F
18 80 J. Summey Stanley, NC 5 (16) 1 (20) Yam YZ250F
19 732 K. Chisholm Seminole, FL 0 (38) 5 (16) Kaw KX250F
20 33 Kelly Smith Ludington, MI 4 (17) 0 (29) Yam YZ250F
21 301 Teddy Maier Fort Dodge, IA 0 (40) 3 (18) Kaw KX250F
22 573 Gavin Gracyk Coshocton, OH 3 (18) 0 (24) Kaw KX250F
23 475 Jesse Casillas Jamul, CA 2 (19) 0 (21) Yam YZ250F
24 50 Josh Woods Flint, MI 1 (20) 0 (23) KTM 125SX
25 263 Steve Collier Santa Clarita, CA 0 (21) 0 (22) Hon CRF250R
26 198 Jacob Saylor Knoxville, TN 0 (23) 0 (27) Yam YZ250F
27 321 C. Ward Falkville, AL 0 (29) 0 (25) Hon CRF250R
28 161 C. Clark Pine Grove, PA 0 (26) 0 (28) Suz RM-Z250
29 447 Nick Evennou Kensington, MD 0 (22) 0 (32) Yam YZ250F
30 519 A. Miller Prunedale, CA 0 (30) 0 (26) Yam YZ250F
31 884 J. Nelson Battle Mountin, NV 0 (24) 0 (33) Yam YZ250F

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All information that was available as of press time is included. For additional information visit each venues
website, MXNationals.com or contact them at the number provided. On other thing to keep in mind, ten years
ago the average attendance for an outdoor national on a great day was probably 14K -16k spectators. Last
years events on average drew in excess of 25,000 spectators. Make your plans early, your reservations early
and get to the track early. This is where and how it all started, if you want to understand motocross; the sport,
the fans, the passion witness one of these events for yourself.

May 21-22 July 23-24


Hangtown Motocross Classic, Sacramento, CA Thunder Valley Motocross Park
Tickets & event info: Dirt Diggers North Motorcycle Club Tickets & event info: Colorado Motorsports Productions
Phone: 800.HANGTOWN Phone: 303.781.8131
Website: www.HangtownMX.com Website: www.mxthundervalley.com

May 28-29 July 30-31


High Point Raceway, Mt. Morris, PA Washougal Motocross Park, Washougal, WA
Tickets & event info: Racer Productions Tickets & event info: Washougal Motocross Park
Phone: 304.284.0084 Phone: 541.673.1671
Website: www.mxnationals.com www.WashougalMX.com

June 11-12 August 13-14


Motocross 338, Southwick, MA Spring Creek Motocross Park, Millville, MN
Tickets & event info: Motocross 338 Tickets & event info: Hi-Winders
Phone: 413.786.3221 Phone: 507.753.2779
Website: www.Moto338.com Website: www.SpringcreekMX.com

June 18-19 August 20-21


Budds Creek Motocross Park, Budds Creek, MD Broome-Tioga Sports Center, Binghamton, NY
Tickets & event info: Budds Creek Motocross Park Tickets & event info: Broome-Tioga Sports Center
Phone: 301.994.9555 Phone: 607.849.4438
Website: www.BuddsCreek.com www. Broome-Tioga.com

July 2-3 September 3-4


Red Bud Track-N-Trail, Buchanan, MI Steel City Raceway, Delmont, PA
Tickets & event info: Red Bud Competition Club Tickets & event info: Racer Productions
Phone: 269.695.6405 Phone: 304.284.0084
Website: www.RedBudMX.com Website: www.mxnationals.com

July 16-17 September 10-12


Unadilla Valley Sports Center, New Berlin, NY Glen Helen Raceway Park, San Bernardino, CA
Tickets & event info: Unadilla Valley Sports Center Inc. Tickets: 909.880.1733
Phone: 607.965.8784 Event info: Glen Helen Raceway Inc.
Website: www.UnadillaMX.com Phone: 909.880.3090
Website: www.GlenHelen.com

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May 21-22, 2005 1:00 p.m. PST • Do not staple any paperwork together.
• RIDERS UNDER 18 MUST HAVE ENTRY NOTARIZED (failure to do so will result
Hangtown Motocross Classic in entry being returned unprocessed.)
Location: Prairie City SVRA Park, Sacramento, CA
Listed below are the requirements for sending in your entry. Please pay careful atten-
Tickets & Event Information: Dirt Diggers North Motorcycle Club
tion to these requirements. Failure to do so will result in your entry being returned.
Phone: Race Info: (800) HANGTOWN
Entries: 916) 797-4021 • Download entry from www.HangtownMX.com and fill out completely.
Website: www.HangtownMX.com • Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope with entry
Promoter: • Mail entry to DDNMC, P.O. Box 620338, Orangevale, CA 95662
Ed Santin/Glyn Long • Enclose check or money order payable to “DDNMC” for classes entered
Dirt Diggers North Motorcycle Club • Entries postmarked after May2nd will be returned. Absolutely no exceptions.
P.O. Box 620338 Riders will receive an acceptance letter from DDNMC verifying the rider’s race num-
Orangevale, CA 95662-0338 ber, bike number, and day of race. This letter is the rider’s entry into Hangtown on
Phone: 800.426.4869 Fax: 916.989.6998 raceday. Riders must bring this letter on race day. Failure to bring this letter to the
Pager: 916.731.0242 admission gate will result in the rider being charged a non-refundable spectator fee.
GATES & TICKETS Acceptance letters will be mailed after the 1st of April
Gates Open: 5:30 a.m. Friday & 6:00 a.m. Saturday Post Registration
Sunday Pro qualifying starts at 10:00AM and racing starts at Noon Thursday May 19th, 3-8 pm
FREE PARKING
Post entry cost per class: $100
Friday & Saturday Sunday No discount for second class
7 years old & under - free 7 years old & under - free
Riders who fail to postmark their entries by May 2nd, or send in incomplete entries
8-12 years old - $5 each day 8-12 years old - $10
during pre-registration and have their entry returned, may come to post registration
13 years old & over - $10 each day 13 years old & over
on May 19th between 3 and 8 pm at the Hangtown track. DDNMC cannot guarantee
$25 (in advance)
that any classes will still be available. DDNMC will update classes that are closed on
$30 at the Gate
the website as soon as the information is available. Please do not call and ask which
Tickets: classes are still open. Check the website frequently for a list of closed classes. If the
Buy tickets online by clicking the Acteva button on the main page class you want is not listed as “closed,” then the class is still open.
of the www.HangtownMX.com or get them at area cycle shops
Rider Check-in
PITS Thursday May 19th, 3-8 pm
Pits open 9:00 a.m. - noon DDNMC encourages all riders to check in early at the Hangtown track on Thursday,
Passes can only be bought Sunday am at the pit gate. May 19th from 3-8 pm. Riders may also check in on Friday, May 20th between 6 and
Pit Pass sales start at 7:00 a.m. but no entry until 9:00 a.m. 7:30 am, however, riders may miss practice if checking in Friday morning due to
Pits will be cleared at 3 Sat and at noon Sun large numbers of riders attempting to check in for their race.
7 yrs & under free 8 yrs. & over - $20 Riders for Saturday’s races may check in on Friday after 9 am, and also on Saturday
Off Road outlets will be in the pits race weekend with parts and accesories. morning at 7 am.
Stop by and see them.
All riders will receive a wristband with their race number and bike number on it, and
CAMPING INFO this wristband must be worn on race day. Come early so you don’t miss practice.
Camping Thursday to Sunday - $50 Riders must bring their AMA card to check in. Failure to do so will result in the rider
Sat only $25 having to rejoin AMA . AMA cards are available at check in.
No overnight camping is allowed in the pit area. Riders may camp in the designated Each rider will be allowed one mechanic to escort rider to starting line and
camping area above the track starting on May 19th. The camping area has rest-
rooms and water faucets. No hookups are available. No reservations are required
be present in mechanic’s area. Mechanic must check in with rider at rider
and the space is on a first-come first-served basis. Check website for 2005 camping check-in, and will be issued a wristband after signing a release of liability.
fees. There is plenty of room. No campfires allowed. No camping outside of desig- No one will be allowed on the track without a wristband. Mechanic will be
nated area. All Camping fees benefit area youth groups. allowed in start area and mechanics area during their rider’s race only. No
exceptions.
OTHER EVENT INFORMATION Only the vehicle with the rider’s race bike will be allowed into the pits on
No bottles, dogs, bicycles, golf carts, or pit scooters allowed. EZ-UPS,/ POP-UPS Friday. The riding number on the rider’s wrist band MUST match the rid-
restricted to top of hills and will not be allowed in crowded areas.Sunscreen and hats
ing number on the bike (on all three sides.) DDNMC will not be responsi-
are highly recommended. Seating is in the grass so a blanket is recommended as
they are lighter to carry. ble if rider in not scored due to illegible or incorrect numbers.
Spectators witnessing these events thereby assume all risks for any injuries or dam- Race day
ages resulting therefrom. • 80 cc riders may only ride A, B, or C classes. DDNMC does not offer
Supermini or age group classes due to time constraints.
HANGTOWN SPORTSMAN RACES
• Riders may not “drop down” a skill level at Hangtown. The Referee will disqualify
May 20, 21 2005 any rider caught riding out of class.
Pre-entries open March 1st • Practice: 7 am on Friday
Pre-entries close May 2nd • Mandatory riders meeting: 8:30 am
Absolutely no entries accepted if postmarked after May 2nd. • First race: 9 am
• Saturday’s times will be slightly later depending on class schedule
The Hangtown Motocross Classic had a record turnout for sportsman races in 2004,
and many riders were unfortunately turned away because their classes were full. Tentative Race Order, F7 80 (A, B, and C) F15 25+ C
DDNMC expects 2005 to be no different. For this reason, DDNMC encourages all Friday May 20th F8 VET-C Tentative Race Order,
riders to pre-register as early as possible to ensure a spot in the limited number of F1 SR-C F9 VET (A&B) Saturday May 21st
classes available. Please do not wait until the end of April to send in your entry. Your F2 125 (A&B) F10 VET-C
F3 125-C F11 250-C S1 SR (A&B)
class may be full by that time. S2 Women (80cc/125cc)
F4 125-C F12 250-C
Cost, rules and requirements F5 125-C F13 250 (A&B) S3 25+ (A&B)
• Cost per class: $50 (Dist 36 members pay $45 with copy of D-36 card sent) F6 SR-C F14 80-C
• Second class: $35
• No third classes allowed. No pit riding, racers can go to and from their race at a walking (5MPH) speed. No
• This is an AMA District 36 special event. bike testing, the park is closed to riding except on track on raceday. The park is
• AMA cards are required ($39 annual fee, available at rider check in.) patrolled by Prairie City SVRA rangers. Park is closed to day use riders.
• Do not send entry certified mail with signature required. It will not be picked up.

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FAMILY AREA HANGTOWN PAST CHAMPIONS
Good viewing and security will be in area. DDNMC will try to keep the area alcohol 250cc Motocross
free and maintain a family language atmosphere. Sheriff’s deputies will ask abusers May 16, 2004 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
to leave the area. Directions to the family area will be posted at entrance gates. May 18, 2003 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
May 19, 2002 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
DIRECTIONS May 20, 2001 Sebastien Tortelli, France Honda
May 21, 2000 David Vuillemin, France Yamaha
FROM SACRAMENTO AIRPORT AND POINTS NORTH
May 16, 1999 Kevin Windham, Ethel, LA Honda
Leaving the airport, take the Interstate Highway I-5 south towards Sacramento. Pass
May 17, 1998 Jeremy McGrath, Menifee, CA Yamaha
Highway I-80 (Reno exit). At downtown Sacramento take Highway 50 East (towards
May 4, 1997 Greg Albertyn, South Africa Suzuki
Lake Tahoe) for approximately 17 to 19 miles to Prairie City Road (exit #25). Turn
May 5, 1996 Jeremy McGrath, Menifee, CA Honda
south (right) on Prairie City Road to dead-end at White Rock Road. Turn right and
May 7, 1995 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
continue past pit gate to spectator gate (approximately 1/2 mile). Turn left (south) into
May 1, 1994 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
park.
June 20, 1993 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
June 14, 1992 Damon Bradshaw, Moorseville, NC Yamaha
FROM DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO, SAN FRANCISCO,
March 24, 1991 John Dowd, Chicopee, MA Honda
LOS ANGELES AND POINTS SOUTH
April 1, 1990 Jeff Ward, San Juan Capistrano, CA Kawasaki
Take Highway 50 East (towards Lake Tahoe) approximately 19 miles to Prairie City
April 23, 1989 Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI Honda
off ramp (exit #25). Continue south on Prairie City Road and follow the directions
March 27, 1988 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda
above.
March 22, 1987 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda
April 6, 1986 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda
FROM LAKE TAHOE AND POINTS EAST
March 31, 1985 Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA Kawasaki
Take Highway 50 West towards Sacramento. Approximately 5 miles past Cameron
April 8, 1984 Alan King, Troy, MI Honda
Park take the Prairie City Road off ramp (exit #25). Turn left back across the freeway
March 27, 1983 Bob Hannah, Carson City, NV Honda
and continue south following the directions above.
March 28, 1982 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Yamaha
March 29, 1981 Kent Howerton, San Antonio, TX Suzuki
FROM RENO AND POINTS NORTHEAST
March 23, 1980 Kent Howerton, San Antonio, TX Suzuki
Take Highway 80 West towards Sacramento. Approximately 10 miles past Auburn
March 25, 1979 Bob Hannah, Carson City, NV Yamaha
before reaching Sacramento, take Sierra College Blvd. off ramp. Turn left back
April 9, 1978 Bob Hannah, Carson City, NV Yamaha
across the freeway and continue south all the way to Highway 50. The name will
April 10, 1977 Marty Smith, San Diego, CA Honda
change from Sierra College Blvd. to Hazel Ave., but just continue on this same road.
April 4, 1976 Jim Ellis, East Hampton, CT Can-Am
When you reach Highway 50, take Highway 50 East (towards Lake Tahoe). Prairie
April 6, 1975 Kent Howerton, San Antonio, TX Husqvarna
City Road (exit #25) off ramp is up two exits. Continue south on Prairie City road and
April 8, 1974 Bill Grossi, Santa Cruz, CA Honda
follow the directions above.
125cc Motocross
HOTELS May 16, 2004 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
Host Hotel Information May 18, 2003 Ryan Hughes, Temecula, CA KTM
Residence Inn by Marriott - 916. 983.7289 May 19, 2002 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
Exit 27 to Iron Point Road May 20, 2001 Grant Langston, S. Africa KTM
Inns of America - 916.985.6110 May 21, 2000 Steve Lamson, Murrieta, CA Honda
Hazel exit #21 May 16, 1999 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
May 17, 1998 Steve Lamson, Riverside, CA Honda
Best Western Heritage - 916.635.4040 May 4, 1997 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
Sunrise exit #18 May 5, 1996 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda
Crossland Econo Studios - 916.859.0232 May 7, 1995 Ryan Hughes, Escondido, CA Kawasaki
Sunrise exit #18 May 1, 1994 Damon Huffman, Saugus, CA Suzuki
June 20, 1993 Jeremy McGrath, Murrieta, CA Honda
Motel 6 - 916. 635.8784 June 14, 1992 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda
Zinfandel exit #17-Olson Dr. March 24, 1991 Doug Henry, Fairfield, CT Yamaha
Holiday Inn - 916.638.1111 April 1, 1990 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki
Sunrise exit #18 April 23, 1989 Damon Bradshaw, Charlotte, NC Yamaha
Extended Stay America - 916.635.2363 March 28, 1988 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki
Zinfandel exit #17-White Rock Rd. March 22, 1987 George Holland, Kerman, CA Suzuki
April 6, 1986 Erik Kehoe, Granada Hills, CA Suzuki
Marriotts Fairfield Inn - 916.631.7500 March 31, 1985 Ron Lechien, El Cajon, CA Honda
Zinfandel exit #17-White Rock Rd. April 8, 1984 Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA Kawasaki
Marriotts Residence Inn - 916.851.1550 March 27, 1983 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki
Zinfandel exit #17-Prospect Park Dr. (Studio only) March 28, 1982 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki
March 29, 1981 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki
Hampton Inn - 916.638.4800 March 23, 1980 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki
Zinfandel exit #17-Gold Center Dr. March 25, 1979 Brian Myerscough, Calimesa, CA Suzuki
AmeriSuites - 916.635.4799 April 9, 1978 Broc Glover, El Cajon, CA Yamaha
Zinfandel exit #17-Gold Center Dr. April 10, 1977 Danny LaPorte, Yucca Valley, CA Suzuki
April 4, 1976 Bob Hannah, Whittier, CA Yamaha
Hilton Garden Inn - 916.353.1717 April 6, 1975 Tim Hart, Torrance, CA Yamaha
Exit #23 to Iron Point Rd. April 8, 1974 Marty Smith, San Diego, CA Honda
Marriot Rancho Sunrise 916.638.1100 500cc Motocross
Exit #18 Sunrise Blvd. March 31, 1985 Broc Glover, El Cajon, CA Yamaha
April 8, 1984 David Bailey, Axton, VA Honda
March 27, 1983 Danny Chandler, Foresthill, CA Honda

Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.hangtownmx.com

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May 28-29, 2005 1:00 p.m. EST 2:00 pm 250cc 1st moto: 30 minutes plus 2 laps
3:00 pm Intermission
Kawasaki/Monster Energy National at High Point 3:30 pm 125cc 2nd moto: 30 minutes plus 2 laps
Location: High Point Raceway, Mt. Morris, PA 4:20 pm 250cc 2nd moto: 30 minutes plus 2 laps
Tickets & event info: Racer Productions 5:00 pm Victory Ceremonies at the Podium
Phone: 304.284.0084 DIRECTIONS
Website: www.mxnationals.com From Pittsburgh, PA and points north
Promoter: * Take I-79 south to Exit 1 (Mount Morris)
Racer Productions - Rita Coombs * Go east 3 miles to the gate
166 Harner Run From Morgantown, WV and points south
Morgantown, WV 26508 * Take I-79 north to PA Exit 1 (Mount Morris)
Phone: 304.284.0084 Fax: 304.284.0081 * Go east 3 miles to the gate.
Website: www.RacerProductions.com From Hagerstown, MD and points east
* Take I-70 west to I-68 west
2005 HIGH POINT NATIONAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS * Take I-68 west to I-79 north to PA Exit 1 (Mount Morris)
WEDNESDAY * Go east 3 miles to the gate.
6 pm Main Gate (#1) opens – Race fans Fast Pass—Alternate route from Morgantown
Race fan parking before 6 pm is $25 and off-site * Take I-79 north to exit 155 (Star City/WVU exit)
THURSDAY * Follow Route 19 north for about 10 miles
7 am Amateur Registration - $25 * Turn right onto Route 100 and follow for about 3 miles
9 am Amateur Racing – 2 moto format * Left onto Taylortown Rd at Walnut Lane Bar—2 miles to the gate
Kawasaki Team Green Spring National
7 - 9 pm Friday MX Registration
TRUCK ROUTE
12 am - 6 am Gates Closed From Pittsburgh, PA and points north
* Take I-79 south to Exit 1 (Mount Morris)
FRIDAY * Go west into Mt. Morris and get on US 19 south
7 am Amateur Registration - $25 * Follow US 19 south to Rt. 100 south
9 am Amateur Racing – 2 moto format * Turn left on Rt. 100 for 3.1 mi
Kawasaki Team Green Spring National * Turn left at Taylortown Rd (at Walnut Lane Bar & Grill)
7:30 pm-8:30pm Fan Fest at Center Court, Morgantown Mall, featuring Team Pro * Track is 2 miles on the right
Circuit's 125cc SX Champions Ivan Tedesco and Grant Langston, and team
mates Paul Carpenter, Stephan Recada & Matt Walker; also, Team Subway's From Morgantown, WV and points south
Jason Thomas and Jeff Gibson. I-79, Exit 152, Morgantown. * Take I-79 north to Exit 155 (WVU exit)
12 am - 6 am Gates Closed * Go east to US 19 north
* Take US 19 north for 5.5 mi. to Rt. 100
SATURDAY * Turn left on Rt. 100 for 3.1 mi
7 am Factory Semi Parade * Turn left at Taylortown Rd (at Walnut Lane Bar & Grill)
Moto-X-Country Registration - $25 * Track is 2 miles on the right
7 am - 5 pm NPG Will Call open
9 am Pro Registration EXIT DIRECTIONS
9 am - 5pm Moto-X-Country Racing To Waynesburg, PA and points north from Gate 1:
10 - 3 pm AMA Will Call open * Left out of Gate 1 ...
10 - 2 pm Saturday Pit Passes sold at the Announcer's Tower - $10; Sunday Pit
Truck Route To I-79 from Gates 1, 2 &3:
Passes - $20
* Right out of Gates 1 & 2
*Sign-up for a 1-yr Racer X Illustrated subscription for $21 and get Sunday's
* Straight on Taylortown Rd. 2 mi. to Rt. 100 at Walnut Lane Bar
pit pass for FREE!
* Right onto Rt. 100 3.1 miles to US 19
12 Noon - 3 pm Pro Pits open to Saturday Pit Pass holders - Use Lower Pro Gate
* For Morgantown and points south, go left on US 19 south
1:00 pm - 1:20 pm 125cc practice for riders outside the Top 20 in points
* For Mount Morris and points north, go right on US 19 north
1:25 pm - 1:45 pm 125cc/250cc practice for Top 20 riders
1:50 pm - 2:10 pm 250cc practice for riders outside the Top 20 in points From Gates 4, 5 & 6:
2:15 pm - 2:35 pm 125cc practice for riders outside the Top 20 in points * Right out of Gates onto Bald Hill Church Rd.
2:40 pm - 3:00 pm 125cc/250cc practice for Top 20 riders * West 3 miles to I-79
3:05 pm - 3:25 pm 250cc practice for riders outside the Top 20 in points
3:45 pm (until completion) Pre-qualifier races, if needed—Top 50 move to the TICKET INFORMATION
Sunday program. Tickets are available at the gates. We have plenty of room and do not sell out.
*These qualifiers DO NOT include the Top 20 riders Advance tickets:
4 pm-5 pm Fan Fest, featuring Team Kawasaki & Team Monster Pro Circuit at the Advance tickets for Sunday's event are $25. Tickets at the gate are $30.
Rider Merchandise stand on vendor row. Advance tickets are available at these motorcycle dealerships, starting May 15:
8 pm Celebrity Adult Pitbike Nationals, presented by Great Lakes Powersports
Morgantown Honda
(entry by invitation only)
526 Mileground Road
SUNDAY Morgantown, WV 26505
7 am - 11 am Sunday Pit Passes sold at the Announcer's Tower - $20 (304) 296-9055
*Sign-up for a 1-yr Racer X Illustrated subscription for $21 and get the pit pass
Sport Rider Kawasaki
for FREE!
I-79 Exit 146, Goshen Rd.
7 am - 2 pm NPG Will Call open
Morgantown, WV 26508
8 am - 1 pm AMA Will Call open
(304) 296-9626
8:30 am Worship Service—At the Family Seating bleachers below the VIP suites.
8:30 am Pro riders meeting Morgantown Mall
9 - 12 Noon Pro Pits open to Sunday Pit Pass holders—use the lower pro gate 9500 Mall Rd
9 am 125cc practice Morgantown, WV 26501
9:20 am 250cc practice At the Racer X Kiosk by
9:45 am 125cc practice the food court.
10:00 am 250cc practice Triple S Harley-Davidson
10:30 am Pro Qualifiers I-68 Exit 7, 308 Cheat Rd.
12:30 pm Opening Ceremonies Morgantown, WV 26508
1:00 pm PRO NATIONAL RACING (304) 284-8244
1:00 pm 125cc 1st moto: 30 minutes plus 2 laps

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Our ticket fees are through Sunday’s event, no matter what day you arrive. We do Firehouse RV Campground
not have single day tickets, and there are NO REFUNDS. Since this is a profession- 1483 Jefferson Road
al event, our fees are based accordingly. If you only want to see amateur racing and Jefferson, PA 15344
do not want to stay for Sunday’s Pro event, then please visit us on one of our other Phone: 724.883.3901
weekends.
Bleachers are available, but seating is limited. We have festival seating, and blan- RV DUMPING STATION
kets and lawn chairs are welcome. Feel free to roam the infield and scout out the rac- WV Welcome Center
ing action from numerous vantage points. I-79 South, Mile #159
Ticket prices are for Adults. Non-racing children 6 years of age and under are free. (Just across the PA/WV border)
All racers pay full admission.
PROPANE GAS STATIONS
Adult: Southern States
Wednesday-Sunday $60 I-68 Exit #4
Thursday-Sunday $60 1591 Earl Core Rd (Rt 7 West)
Friday-Sunday $50 Morgantown, WV
Saturday-Sunday $40 Phone: 304.296.4441
Sunday only $30 - Rain or Shine
Note: All complimentary passes must be arranged in advance. AmeriGas
I-68 Exit #4
ALCOHOL POLICY 1355 Greenbag Rd
We do not permit open alcohol containers until Sunday’s pro event. That means you Morgantown, WV
can bring alcohol in but you cannot open it until Sunday DAY. We have amateur rac- Phone: 304.296.8206
ing on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, so please limit your alcohol use to Sunday’s Directions to Southern States:
Pro event. We reserve the right to remove anyone who violates this policy. Take I-79 south to I-68 east. Follow I-68 east to Exit #4. Make a right off the exit
(Remember: Although we permit coolers, we do not permit glass containers or beer ramp onto Rt. 7 west. Follow Rt. 7 west (Earl Core Rd) for approx. 1 mile to Southern
kegs.) States on Left (across from Hardee's).

TRACK ACCESS POLICY Directions to AmeriGas:


The racetrack is OFF LIMITS AT ALL TIMES to all guests. Guests are not permitted Follow the directions to Southern States. At the traffic light just before Southern
to enter the racetrack for any purpose. DO NOT STEAL THE BANNERS! Guests are States (across from Hardee's) turn left onto Decker's Creek Road. About 1/8 mi.
not permitted to take the banners—THIS IS DANGEROUS, especially when bikes you'll come upon a fork; follow the road to the left across a small bridge. AmeriGas
are still on the track. is on your right.
Parents, you are responsible for your own children. Please do not let them take ban- GENERAL RULES
ners off the track. Adults, you should know better. Violators will be prosecuted. This
NO PETS! Please do not bring your pets. We like dogs too, but they do not belong
prohibition will be strictly enforced.
at a pro racing event. If you bring your dog, you will be required to leave the facility
WILL CALL or board the dog at a local kennel. Click here for kennels near High Point.
Will Call is located across the street from the Pro Gate. If you need to stop at Will CAMPFIRES: We permit SMALL contained campfires. Please keep them to a 20”
Call, please DO NOT leave your vehicle in this lot. This is private property owned by diameter. Please do not abuse this privilege. We will not permit large bonfires or the
one of our neighbors and used for a limited purpose only. Unattended vehicles may burning of furniture. No palates or burning in garbage barrels either, please.
be towed at the owner’s expense.
WE DO NOT PERMIT:
NPG Will Call is open on Saturday from 7 am - 3 pm, and on Sunday from 7 am - 2 - Firework
pm. AMA Will Call is open on Saturday from 10 am - 3 pm only, and on Sunday from - Glass beverage containers
8 am - 1 pm. - House furniture
- Pets
PRO RIDER ACCESS - All vehicles are subject to search. Please see the complete list of Weekend
Pro riders who arrive before obtaining their AMA credentials on Saturday will be Rules below.
charged spectator admission fees. No refunds will be given. To avoid these fees, Pro
riders must first obtain their credentials from AMA before entering the facility. Pro/Am Quiet time is 11:00 pm nightly. All loud generators must be turned off at this time
riders are welcome to participate in the amateur program on Thursday and/or Friday, Gates close daily from midnight to 6:00 am. You may leave after this time, but you
but will be required to pay the applicable admission fees. AMA Pro Registration is many not re-enter until 6:00 am. Please plan accordingly.
located with AMA Will Call, and opens at 9:00 am. You must wear your wristband at all times. If you leave the facility, you must have it
on in order to re-enter. This is your gate ticket. Do not take it off.
PRESS CREDENTIALS
To request press credentials, please contact our Media Director, Pat Schutte. PARKING
We will have a DAY ONLY parking area for those arriving Thursday, Friday or
E-mail: pat@highprofilepr.com Saturday and not spending the night. If you are not camping, you will be required to
Phone (734) 369-2170 or (248) 821-3380. park in the Day Parking area. This area must be vacated by 7:00 pm daily. Anyone
CAMPING arriving after 4 pm must pay for camping.
Overnight camping is available starting Wednesday evening. There are no electric or Parking is FREE in Gates 1, 6, & 7. VIP Parking available at Gates 2, 3, 4 & 5 for a
water hook-ups. fee of $10 per vehicle. Adjoining property owners may also charge a fee to park on
their property.
Camping is:
$50 per vehicle if you arrive Wednesday or Thursday Motorcycles: Motorcycle parking for Sunday's main event is in Gate 5.
$40 per vehicle if you arrive Friday Handicap parking: Handicap parking for Sunday's main event is at Gate 6. Handicap
$30 per vehicle if you arrive Saturday vehicle permits for Thursday through Saturday can be obtained at Gate 1.
We will park you as you arrive, in the next available space, in the area of your choice.
There is no saving spots for people who will arrive later. If you want to camp with SPECIAL ATTRACTION
someone, please meet them off-site and arrive together. Camping spaces are no Saturday Night Celebrity Adult Pitbike Nationals presented by Great Lakes
wider than 20’. Spots will be marked, and there will be an additional charge for camps Powersports—8 pm. Three classes of celebrity minibike racing will be featured
that sprawl past the designated area. No campsites, tents or awnings are permitted under the lights near the Main Gate. The classes are: 50cc, Automatic (70-110cc),
within 20’ of the motocross track fence. and Clutch (100-150cc).
OFF-SITE CAMPING This is a closed-entry event, by invitation only.
Mount Morris Campground
455 Mount Morris Road
Mount Morris, PA
Phone: 724.324.2432

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PRO PIT PASSES ber of District 5. District 5 memberships as $15.00, are good through December 31,
and are available at Rider Registration.
Pro Pit Passes can be purchased at the track and are not available in advance.
Awards are given at the rate of one per three riders, up to 7 in each class. Money
*You can get a FREE Pit Pass by signing up for a 1-year subscription to Racer X
classes are: 125 A, 250 A, Vet A and Senior A. Payback is 100% of rider entry fees.
Illustrated, the premeir motocross magazine.
All results will be posted at Rider Registration.
Saturday Pit Passes are sold:
Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Announcer’s Tower. You will be given a practice sticker at rider registration that allows you onto the track
Saturday access is from 12:00 am to 3:00 pm. The cost is $10.00. for practice. Attach it to your front cable. Make sure you get one when you register,
Sunday Pit Passes are sold: otherwise you will not be permitted on the track. Please see the tentative practice
Sunday from 7:00 am to 11:00 am at the Announcer’s Tower. schedule below.
Sunday access is from 9:00 am to noon. The cost is $20.00. Race bikes can be ridden at a walking pace to and from your moto only.
Rules for Pro Pit Passes:
1. Alcohol is PROHIBITED in the pro pits.
2. Children must be accompanied by an adult pass-holder. RADIO STATION
3. Entry is only through the lower Pro Pit Gate. Please keep your radio tuned to WWMX, 88.1 (or in that range), for up-to-date
4. You may not access the track at any time. announcements, racing news, interviews and information throughout the weekend.
5. There will be scheduled autograph sessions at each team rig. Autographs are Although we have a public address system, the best way to stay tuned is to tune in.
only available as scheduled. Autographs are not guaranteed. AMATEUR RACING SCHEDULE
6. Anyone removing or taking an item from a team rig or pit area without permission
Thursday, May 26
will be prosecuted.
Amateur motocross racing on the legendary High Point Raceway pro national
7. Entry to the Pro Pits is at your own risk. You are responsible for your own safety.
racetrack as part of the Kawasaki Team Green Spring Nationals. We run most
WEEKEND RULES District 5 classes plus some additional classes—no ATV’s. Pee Wee classes
We want you to have a fun and safe national weekend. Please abide by these sim- will race on the same track, with a couple of sections omitted. Racing will be a
ple rules: two-moto format.
Friday, May 27
1. The racetrack is OFF LIMITS AT ALL TIMES to all guests. Guests are not permit Another day of amateur motocross racing on the legendary High Point
ted to enter the racetrack for any purpose. DO NOT STEAL THE BAN Raceway pro national racetrack again as part of the Kawasaki Team Green
NERS! Guests are not permitted to take the banners—THIS IS DAN Spring National Series. Racing will be a two-moto format.
GEROUS, especially when bikes are still on the track. 50cc Racing:
2. No open alcohol containers until Sunday. We have amateur racing on Thursday, We will race 50cc machines on a separate track constructed beside the Main
Friday and Saturday, so please limit your alcohol use to Sunday. Gate entrance. This will be the same track for the Saturday night Celebrity Pit
3. NO PETS! You wouldn’t take your motorcycle inside a dog show, so don’t bring Bike National Championship. 50cc riders entered in either Thursday's or
your dog to a motorcycle race. There are just too many people. Click here for Friday's amateur program are invited to race an exhibition moto at the intermis-
kennels near High Point. sion of the Celebrity Pit Bike National at no charge. Registration for the exhibi-
4. No fireworks tion race will be on Saturday afternoon at 4 pm at the Main Gate. 50cc class-
5. No weapons es are as follows:
6. No beer kegs or glass containers 50cc Class 1 (4-6)
7. No scaffolding or ladders 50cc Class 2 (7-8)
8. No house furniture. This includes mattresses, lounge chairs and couches. Plastic 50cc Class 3 (4-8) (shaft oil-injected)
lawn furniture is permitted.
9. No pit bikes, quads, scooters, golf carts, etc. Amateur Motocross Practice Schedule: (Thursday and Friday)
10. Only registered racers and authorized personnel are permitted on the racetrack. 1. 250 A/B; Vet/Sr A
No one is permitted on the racetrack at night. 2. 125 C
11. Spectators with disabilities must stop at the front gate to pick up a special access 3. 125 A/B; Vet/Sr B
permit. With the permit, vehicles can be ridden around the facility. Please use 4. 250 C; Vet/Sr C
caution while riding at the facility. 5. 125-Open D (No Double Jumping)
6. 85cc
OTHER EVENT INFORMATION 7. 65cc
Search Policy: All vehicles are subject to search at any time. If any fireworks, glass Amateur Motocross Racing Schedule: Thursday's Racing Schedule will be deter-
containers, or other prohibited items are found, you may remove them from the prop- mined at the close of registration on Thursday and will be posted at Rider
erty yourself, or we will dispose of them for you. We are not responsible for the safe Registration. Below is a tentative racing schedule for Friday's event. Based on the
return of any contraband removed. number of entries, there may be some changes. Please check at Rider Registration
Please use our trash receptacles. If you need trash bags, you can get them from the after practice for the final schedule.
front gate. Friday , May 27
GENERAL INFORMATION is located at the Main Gate. 1. Open Mini (10-15) (Mini’s and Big Wheels)
2. 125 A Sr A (+40) Staggered
RIDER INFORMATION is located at Rider Registration at the Announcer's Tower.
3. 125 B (Division 1) 125 B (Division 2) Staggered
WILL CALL is located across the road from the Pro Gate. 4. 125 C (Division 1) 125 C (Division 2) Staggered
FIRST AID is located at the Ambulance Station across from the Announcer's Tower. 5. 65cc (7-9)
6. 65cc (10-11)
SECURITY is headquartered at the Main Gate. 7. 125-Open D (No Double Jumping). Bomber/Vintage (for bikes 10 yrs &
LOST & FOUND is located at the the Announcer's Tower. older) Staggered
8. Plus 25 College Boy (16-24) Staggered
AMATEUR RACING 9. 85cc (7-11)
We will run a full amateur motocross program on the national track on Thursday and 10. 85cc (14-15) 85cc (12-13) Staggered
Friday. District 5 points will be awarded on both days. See below for details. 11. 250 A 250 B Staggered
12. Open B/C 4-Stroke Staggered
The High Point Memorial Day Weekend National is a Kawasaki Team Green Spring
13. 250 C
National on both Thursday and Friday. Kawasaki will be paying up to $20,350 in con-
14. Vet A (30+) Vet B (30+) Staggered
tingencies to Kawasaki riders. Stop by the Team Green rig and check out the latest
15. Schoolboy (12-15) Women (12+) (80-125cc) Staggered
in green machine technology. Friday's amateur racing will also pay Suzuki contin-
16. Senior B/C (40+) Vet C (30+) Staggered
gency money.
Saturday, May 28 MOTO-X-COUNTRY
The rider registration fee is $25 per class. There is no pre-event registration.
Registration is located in the vending area adjacent to the main gate. Due to time constraints, we cannot use the pro motocross racetrack on Saturday, so
we’ve created something special for you. This year Racer Productions will host Moto-
All motocross riders must be AMA members. AMA memberships can be purchased
X-Country racing—an innovative new racing format merging motocross with cross-
at rider registration for $39. The membership is good for one year. If you live in the
country woods racing.
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Races will be 45 minutes on a separate grand prix-style course approximately 3 Monongalia General Hospital
miles in length. The course will feature a mix between old-school motocross grand 1200 JD Anderson Drive
prix-style grass track sections and challenging woods. Motocrossers will not be intim- Morgantown, WV 26505
idated by the woods sections; and woods racers will appreciate the European-style 304.598.1323
grass track test sections. All make for a unique mix of this new format of off-road rac- After turning left onto Patteson Drive, go straight 1.5 miles (becomes
ing. VanVoorhis Road). Right at stop light at VanVoorhis/Chestnut Ridge Road
Registration at 7 am, racing starts at 9 am. There is no practice. The starts will be intersection (Route 705). Turn left at second stop light onto Pineview Drive.
dead engine. Classes will start on separate rows, one minute apart. Hospital on the right onto JD Anderson Drive at the top of the hill.
You may enter as many events as you fit in. Pro riders may enter an A class. Pro rid-
ers must have an A, AA, or Pro/Am classification. Sport riders must have an A or B AIRPORT
classification. Pro payback is 100% of rider entry fees. PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
We will race adult ATVs in Moto-X-Country. Take I-79 N 33 miles to I-70 W 4 miles to Exit 18
Take I-79 N 21 miles to Exit 59B
Saturday Moto-X-Country Schedule
Take Rt. 22&30 10.5 miles to the airport
2005 MOTO-X-COUNTRY SESSIONS Total drive: Approx. 72 miles or 1 hr. 10 min.
9 am 51cc (4-8) Stock Oil Injected
51cc (4-6) Stock HOTEL INFORMATION
51cc (7-8) Stock
70cc 4-Stroke MORGANTOWN, WV: (Going South)
10 am Industry ** I-79 South to Exit 155 (West Virginia University exit)
Schoolboy (12-15) (86cc+) Quality Inn & Suites (formerly Holiday Inn)
College (16-24) (304) 599-1680
25+ 1400 Saratoga Ave., Morgantown, WV 26505
Vet A (30+) Take I-79 South to Exit 155, follow signs
Vet B (30+) Approx. 13 miles or 20 min
Vet C (30+)
Best Western (Mountaineer Inn)
Senior C (40+)
(304) 599-5399
Masters (50+)
366 Boyers Ave.
11 am 85cc Sr. (14-15)
Morgantown, WV 26505
85cc Interm. (12-13)
Take I-79 South to Exit 155, follow signs
85cc Jr. (7-11)
Approx. 13 miles or 20 min
65cc Sr. (10-11)
65cc Jr. (7-9) Hampton Inn
12 pm 125/200 B (304) 599-1200
250/Open B 1053 Van Voorhis Rd.
4-Stroke B Morgantown, WV 26505
Senior B (40+) Take I-79 South to Exit 155, follow signs to Hospital,
1 pm Mini Extra (65) Hampton Inn on left after Hospital.
Mini Extra (85) Approx. 16 miles or 25 min.
Big Wheel (12+) Euro-Suites
Women (12+) (304) 598-1000
2 pm Pro/AA 501 Chestnut Ridge Rd.
125/200 A Morgantown, WV 26505
250/Open A Take I-79 South to Exit 155, follow signs to Hospital
4-Stroke A Euro-Suites is on the corner of Chestnut Ridge and Van Voorhis Rd.
Senior A (40+)
3 pm 125/200 C Restaurants: Texas Roadhouse, Panerra, Eat-n-Park, Boston Beanery,
250/Open C Applebee's, Crockett's Lodge.
4-Stroke C
D Class ** I-79 South to Exit 152 (Westover exit)
First Year Racer Econo Lodge
4 pm ATV Only (304) 296-8774
Pro/A 15 Commerce Drive Westover, WV 26502
2-Stroke Take I-79 South to Exit 152
4-Stroke Approx. 13 miles or 20 min.
Utility Restaurants: Garfield's @ Morgantown Mall, Colasante's, Bob Evans.
30+
First Year Racer ** I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 1 (University Avenue exit)
FIRST AID AT TRACK Radisson Hotel at Waterfront Place
Located adjacent to the announcer's tower. (304) 296-1700
Hours of operation: 24 hours Friday thru Sunday 2 Waterfront Place, Morgantown, WV 26508
Take I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 1
HOSPITALS Approx. 21 miles or 25 min.
From Main Gate, go right onto Taylorstown Road for 2 miles (careful to go straight Comfort Inn
1/10 mile from gate) to the Walnut Lane Bar. Right onto Route 100 for 3 miles. Left (304) 296-9364
onto Route 19 for 5.6 miles to Sheets. Left 1.6 miles to WVU Coliseum. Left onto 225 Comfort Inn Drive, Morgantown, WV 26508
Patteson Drive and follow the directions to one of the hospitals below: Take I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 1
Approx. 18 miles or 25 min.
WVU Hospital (Ruby Memorial)
Medical Center Drive Ramada Inn
Morgantown, WV 26506 (304) 296-3431
304.598.4000 US 119 S @ I-79, Morgantown, WV 26508
Take I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 1
After turning left onto Patteson Drive, go through 2 traffic lights—0.8 mile Approx. 18 miles or 25 min.
Right onto Medical Center Drive to Hospital.
Clarion Hotel Morgan
(304) 292-8200
127 High Street, Mgtn, WV 26505

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Take I-79 South to I-68 east to Exit 1 168 Barnett Run Road Bridgeport, WV 26330
Approx. 16 miles or 25 min. Take I-79 South to Exit 121
Restaurants: Prime Thyme, Radisson, La Casa, Oliverio's Italian Ristorante, Gibbie's Approx. 44 miles or 50 min.
Pub & Eatery, Madeleine's. Hampton Inn
(304) 842-9300
** I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 4 (Sabraton Exit) 1515 Johnson Avenue Bridgeport, WV 26330
SpringHill Suites Take I-79 South to Exit 121
(304) 225-5200 Approx. 44 miles or 50 min.
1910 Hunters Way Restaurants: Outback Steakhouse @ Meadowbrook Mall
Morgantown, WV 26505
Approx 22 miles or 25 min. ** I-79 South to Exit 119
Restaurants: Rio Grande. Ramada Limited
(304) 623-2600
** I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 7 (Pierpont Road Exit) 250 Emily Drive Clarksburg, WV 26301
Holiday Inn Express Take I-79 South to Exit 119
(304) 291-3553 Approx. 46 miles or 50 min.
605 Venture Drive Knights Inn
Morgantown, WV 26508 (304) 842-7115
Take I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 7 1235 W. Main St. Bridgeport, WV 26330
Approx. 25 miles or 30 min. Take I-79 South to Exit 119
Super 8 Motel Approx. 46 miles or 50 min.
(304) 296-4000 Sleep Inn
603 Venture Drive (304) 842-1919
Morgantown, WV 26505 115 Tolley Drive Bridgeport, WV 26330
Take I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 7 Take I-79 South to Exit 119
Approx. 25 miles or 30 min. Approx. 46 miles or 50 min.
Restaurants: Ruby Tuesday's, Outback Steakhouse, Bob Evans, Back Bay Seafood Days Inn
Restaurant (304) 842-7371
112 Tolley Drive Bridgeport, WV 26330
** I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 10 (Cheat Lake Exit) Take I-79 South to Exit 119
Approx. 46 miles or 50 min.
Lakeview Golf Resort Holiday Inn
(304) 594-1111 (304) 842-5411
1 Lakeview Drive 100 Lodgeville Road Bridgeport, WV 26330
Morgantown, WV 26508 Take I-79 South to Exit 119
Take I-79 South to I-68 East, Exit 10 Approx. 46 miles or 50 min.
Approx. 28 miles or 35 min.
Restaurants: Damon's, Applebee's, Twin Oaks, Wonder Bar Steakhouse, Texas
FAIRMONT, WV: Roadhouse
** I-79 South to Exit 137
WAYNESBURG, PA: (Going North)
Holiday Inn ** I-79 North to Exit 14
(304) 366-5500
930 East Grafton Rd. Fairmont, WV 26554 Econo Lodge
Take I-79 South to Exit 137 (724) 627-5544
Approx. 28 miles or 35 min. 350 Miller Lane Waynesburg, WV 15370
** I-79 South to Exit 133 Take I-79 North to Exit 14
Approx. 17 miles or 20 min.
Super 8 Motel
(304) 363-1488 Comfort Inn
2208 Pleasant Valley Rd. Fairmont, WV 26554 (724) 627-3700
Take I-79 South to Exit 133 100 Comfort Lane Waynesburg, PA 15370
Approx. 32 miles or 40 min. Take I-79 North to Exit 14
Approx. 17 miles or 20 min.
Comfort Inn & Suites
(304) 367-1370 Super 8 Motel
1185 Airport Road Fairmont, WV 26554 (724) 627-8880
Take I-79 South to Exit 133 100 Stanley Drive Waynesburg, PA 15370
Approx. 32 miles or 40 min. Take I-79 North to Exit 14
Approx. 17 miles or 20 min.
Restaurants: Cracker Barrel
Restaurants: Phoenix Steakhouse
** I-79 South to Exit 132
WASHINGTON, PA:
Days Inn ** I-79 North to Exit 19A
(304) 366-5995
228 Middletown Road Fairmont, WV 26554 Hampton Inn
Take I-79 South to Exit 132 (724) 228-0309
Approx. 33 miles or 40 min. 119 Murtland Avenue Washington, PA 15301
Take I-79 North to I-70 West to Exit 19A
Red Roof Inn Approx. 40 miles or 45 min.
(304) 366-6800
50 Middletown Road Fairmont, WV 26554 Motel 6
Take I-79 South to Exit 132 (724) 223-8040
Approx. 33 miles or 40 min. 1283 Motel-6 Drive Washington, PA 15301
Take I-79 North to I-70 West to Exit 19A
CLARKSBURG, WV: Approx. 40 miles or 45 min.
** I-79 South to Exit 121
Super 8 Motel
(304) 842-7381

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** I-79 North to Exit 19B 1987 Ron Lechien Kawasaki
Marriot Springhill Suites 1986 Rick Johnson Honda
(724) 223-7800 1985 Jeff Ward Kawasaki
16 Trinity Point Dr. Washington, PA 1984 Rick Johnson Yamaha
Take I-79 North to I-70 West to Exit 19B 1983 Bob Hannah Honda
Approx. 40 miles or 45 min. 1982 Rick Johnson Yamaha
1981 Kent Howerton Suzuki
Restaurants:21st Amendment, Bob Evans, Ponderosa, 1980 Kent Howerton Suzuki
Eat-n-Park, TGI Fridays, Cracker Barrel, Big Boy 1979 Kent Howerton Suzuki
1978 Jim Ellis Honda
** I-79 North to Exit 15 1977 Tony DiStefano Suzuki
Red Roof Inns 125cc MX
(724) 228- 5750 2005 Mike Alessi KTM
1399 West Chestnut Street Washington PA 15301 2004 James Stewart Kaw
Take I-79 North to I-70 West to exit 15 2003 Mike Brown Kaw
Approx. 43 miles or 50 min 2002 Chad Reed Yamaha
Econo Lodge 2001 Travis Pastrana Suzuki
(724) 222-6500 2000 Kelly Smith KTM
1385 West Chestnut Street Washington, PA 15301 1999 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
Take I-79 North to I-70 West to exit 15 1998 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
Approx. 43 miles or 50 min. 1997 Scott Sheak Honda
1996 Kevin Windham Kawasaki
Ramada Inn
1995 Tim Ferry Suzuki
(724) 225-9750
1994 Doug Henry Honda
1170 West Chestnut Street Washington, PA 15301
1993 Jeff Emig Yamaha
Take I-79 North to I-70 West to exit 15
1992 Mike LaRocco Kawasaki
Approx. 43 miles or 50 min.
1991 Brian Swink Honda
Days Inn 1990 Jean-Michel Bayle Honda
(724) 225-8500 1989 George Holland Honda
1370 West Chestnut Street Washington, PA 15301 1988 Guy Cooper Suzuki
Take I-79 North to I-70 West to exit 15 1987 Micky Dymond Honda
Approx. 43 miles or 50 min. 1986 Micky Dymond Honda
1985 Erik Kehoe Suzuki
KENNELS 1984 Jeff Ward Kawasaki
No pets please. If you bring your pet, you will be required to board it. 1983 Mark Barnett Suzuki
Mountaineer Pet Care Center 500cc MX
241 Greenbag Road, Morgantown 1985 David Bailey Honda
(304) 296-1677 1984 David Bailey Honda
Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Friday through Sunday. Closed Monday. 1983 Danny Chandler Honda
Directions (from High Point): I-79 south to I-68 east, Exit 1. Left onto University 1982 Darrell Shultz Honda
Avenue. 2 miles to traffic light. Right onto Greenbag Road—.5 mile, on the left. 1981 Broc Glover Yamaha
1980 Chuck Sun Honda
Chapman's Country Kennels 1979 Gaylon Mosier Kawasaki
Waynesburg, PA 1978 Rick Burgett Yamaha
(724) 435-7003
Hours: 24 hours. Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.racerproductions.com
Directions (from High Point): I-79 north to Waynesburg—Exit 14. Left onto 21 into
town. Left onto 218 south—8 miles.
POST EVENT INFORMATION
Results will be posted after the event at www.amaproracing.com
Event products: T-shirts, hats, etc.: Can be purchased at event.
FOR MORE INFO: contact info@highpointmx.com:
(304) 284-0084 (9:00 am - 6:00 pm EST)
email:info@highpointmx.com
website:www.highpointmx.com

HIGH POINT PAST CHAMPIONS


250cc MX
2005 Ricky Carmichael Suzuki
2004 Ricky Carmichael Honda
2003 Ricky Carmichael Honda
2002 Ricky Carmichael Honda
2001 David Vuillemin Yamaha
2000 David Vuillemin Yamaha
1999 Greg Albertyn Suzuki
1998 Ezra Lusk Honda
1997 Damon Bradshaw Honda
1996 Jeff Emig Kawasaki
1995 Doug Henry Yamaha
1994 Mike Kiedrowski Kawasaki
1993 Damon Bradshaw Yamaha
1992 Damon Bradshaw Yamaha
1991 Jeff Stanton Honda
1990 Damon Bradshaw Yamaha
1989 Jeff Stanton Honda
1988 Rick Johnson Honda

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June 11-12, 2005 1:00 P.M. EST EVENT RULES & REGULATIONS
The Southwick Motocross National, Southwick, MA 1. ANYONE TAKING BANNERS FROM TRACK WILL BE PROSECUTED!
Location: Southwick Motocross 338 2. ANYONE TAKING BANNERS FROM TRACK WILL BE PROSECUTED!
Phone: 413.569.6801 3. ANYONE TAKING BANNERS FROM TRACK WILL BE PROSECUTED!
Fax: 413.569.2960 4. No Will Call. Tickets must be purchased in advance or at the track on race day.
Website: www.moto338.com 5. Wristbands must be worn at all times. Once removed it is no longer valid.
Mailing Address: 6. No hanging or pushing against the fences. You will be removed from the park if
Motocross 338 you are causing a situation that may result in injury to others.
P.O. Box 338 7. Your vehicle will be towed if not parked in the proper designated area.
Southwick MA, 01077-0338 8. No Pit Bikes or ATV's allowed.
Physical Address: 9. No Pets allowed.
Motocross 338 10. NO GLASS CONTAINERS OF ANY KIND.
46 Powder Mill Road 11. No coolers or ice chests.
Southwick MA, 01077 12. No alcoholic beverages.
Promoter: 13. No Saturday-only tickets.
Motocross 338, Diane Peebles, Manager 14. No refunds or exchanges for any reason. Lost or stolen wristbands will not be
P.O. BOX 1031 replaced.
Southwick, Mass. 01077 15. No household furniture allowed.
Fax: 413.569.2960 16. No overnight camping allowed at track!
17. Did we mention...ANYONE TAKING BANNERS FROM TRACK WILL BE PROS
Moto338 TRACK FACTS ECUTED!
First National Event: 1982
Length of Course: 1.1 miles
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Course Composition: sandy mix Saturday, June 11
Gates open 8:00 am
Round Three of the AMA US Motocross Championship comes from the “Sands of
Pro Qualifiers 3:00 pm
Southwick.” The series’ only “pure” sand race, Southwick’s soft track surface brings
out the best sand riders in the world. Always something exciting happening at Sunday, June 12
Southwick, in recent years the track has favored local riders such as John Dowd Gates open 7:00 am
(Ludlow, Mass.) and Doug Henry (Oxford, Conn.). So, the track definitely favors the Pro Riders Meeting 8:30 am - 8:45 am
riders who have the most sand experience. Southwick, known for its beautiful rolling Pro Pits open 9:00 am - 12 noon
hills and wooded setting, is also one of the most photographed tracks on the circuit Pro Practice 9:00 am
as the bikes kick up a giant plume of sand – called “roost” – when they race by. An Pro Heat Races 10:30 am - 12 noon
excellent subject for photos with the blasting sand showing motion in the still photo- Opening Ceremonies 12:30 pm
graph. The sand also makes for an ever-shifting track, with ruts and bumps quickly Pro National Racing 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
forming after one lap around the nicely groomed track. Southwick, without a doubt, Victory Circle 5:30 pm
it one of the more difficult race tracks anywhere.
AMATEUR RACING PROGRAM
Sorry, we do not have an amateur racing program on pro national weekend. The
GATES long-running "NESC Invitational" is the chance for amateurs to run with many pros
Gates Open: using the week off to brush up their sand skills. This race is Sunday June 5th. It is a
Saturday, June 11 8:00 am - AMA Tech Inspection and Qualifiers regular NESC race except you may find a top 10 pro pitting next to out of a van or
Sunday, June 12 7:00 am - AMA 125/250cc Nationals pickup truck. For more info go to NESC's Section of the website.

POST EVENT INFORMATION


TICKETS
1. Event results will be posted after the event at www.moto338.com and
Saturday: Includes Sunday admission Adult: $40.00
z www.amamotocross.com.
Sunday Only: Adult: $30.00
z 2. Event products, T-shirts, hats, etc., available at event.
RAIN OR SHINE, Cash Only. NO personal checks or credit cards are accepted,
Child Under 6: FREE - must be accompanied with adult. DIRECTIONS
Sunday Parking: Located at Close Recreation Center and School Grounds Area From I-91 North:
$10.00 donation to Parents School and Youth Sport Activities. Take exit 3 [Rt 5 & 57], After bridge 1st exit [Rt 57 Agawam / Southwick.], follow Rt
Advance Tickets: Send self-addressed stamped envelope with Money Order to 57 west for 10.5 miles. Turn left at middle school on to Powder Mill Rd. Track is 0.4
Motocross 338 at the address above. All advance sales are two day passes only. miles on left. Look for American Legion Post 338 sign.

PRESS CREDENTIALS From I-91 South:


Take exit 3 [Rt 5 & 57], After bridge 1st exit [Rt 57 Agawam / Southwick.], follow Rt
For press credentials, please email Pat Shutte at pat@highprofilerpr.com Pat is the 57 west for 10.5 miles. Turn left at middle school on to Powder Mill Rd. Track is 0.4
ONLY one who can issue press passes. miles on left. Look for American Legion Post 338 sign.

PRO PIT PASSES From Mass Pike East:


Pro Pit Passes are available to the public for use on Sunday only. Take exit 3 [Westfield], Right after toll booth onto Rt 10 & 202 South. Follow for 6.7
miles into Southwick center. Turn left at Mobil Gas Station onto Rt 57 East for 0.6
How to Get One: Go to ticket booth Saturday from 10AM-2PM or Sunday 7-11:30 AM miles. Turn right at middle school on to Powder Mill Rd. Track is 0.4 miles on left.
Price: $10.00 each - there are a limited number. Look for American Legion Post 338 sign.
Who can get one: Everyone! Children must be accompanied by an adult.
From Mass Pike West:
When to use it: Sunday only from 9:00 am to 12 noon. Take exit 6 [I-291], Left after toll booth onto I-291. Follow to end, merge onto I-91
Pit Tours Available: No. South. Take exit 3 [Rt 5 & 57], After bridge 1st exit [Rt 57 Agawam / Southwick.], fol-
low Rt 57 west for 10.5 miles. Turn left at middle school on to Powder Mill Rd. Track
CAMPING is 0.4 miles on left. Look for American Legion Post 338 sign.
No Overnight Camping at the facility.
Even though we have allowed it in the past, this year there cannot be any camping From Bradley Airport:
at the track or in the parking areas. Nearby camping IS available at Sodem Mt. Take Route 20 to I-91 North and follow directions for I-91 North
Campgrounds. Call 413.569.3930.

Red Roof Inn and Super 8 offer discounts for AMA members.

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HOTELS SOUTHWICK PAST WINNERS
Ramada Inn At Bradley Airport is Race Headquarters Motel 250cc MX
2004 Ricky Carmichael Honda
Closest to Interstate 91 & Mass Pike (I-90) Exit 4 2003 Ricky Carmichael Honda
Marriot 2002 Ricky Carmichael Honda
Phone: 413.781.7111 2001 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
1500 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01115 15 minutes from track 2000 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
Sheraton 1999 Ezra Lusk Honda
Phone: 413.781.1010 1998 Doug Henry Yamaha
1 Monarch Place, Springfield, MA 01115 15 minutes from track 1997 John Dowd Yamaha
Hilton Gardens Inn 1996 Jeremy McGrath Honda
Phone: 413-886-8000 1995 Jeff Emig Yamaha
800 West Columbus Avenue, Springfield, MA 15 minutes from track 1994 Mike LaRocco Kawasaki
Regency Inn 1993 Mike Kiedrowski Kawasaki
Phone: 413.781.2300 1992 Jeff Stanton Honda
21 Baldwin Street, West Springfield, MA 0108915 minutes from track 1991 Jeff Stanton Honda
Westfield Motor Inn 1990 Jeff Stanton Honda
Phone: 413.568.2821 1989 Jeff Stanton Honda
2 Southampton Road, West Springfield MA 0108515 minutes from track 1988 Jeff Ward Kawasaki
Days Inn 1987 Rick Johnson Honda
Phone: 413.785.5365 1986 Rick Johnson Honda
437 Riverdale Street, West Springfield MA 01089 20 minutes from track 1982 Donnie Hansen Honda
Econo Lodge 1981 Kent Howerton Suzuki
Phone: 413.734.8278 1980 Kent Howerton Suzuki
1533 Elm Street, West Springfield, MA 01089 20 minutes from track 1979 Kent Howerton Suzuki
Ramada Limited 1978 Bob Hannah Yamaha
Phone: 413.734.8278 1977 Marty Smith Honda
1533 Elm Street, West Springfield MA 01089 20 minutes from track 1976 Pierre Karsmakers Honda
Best Western
Phone: 413.781.8750 125cc MX
1080 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, MA 20 minutes from track 2004 James Stewart Kawasaki
Quality Inn 2003 Craig Anderson Yamaha
Phone: 413.439.7261 2002 Danny Smith Suzuki
1150 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, MA 20 minutes from track 2001 Travis Pastrana Suzuki
Red Roof Inn 2000 Travis Pastrana Suzuki
Phone: 413.731.1010 1999 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
1254 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, MA 20 minutes from track 1998 John Dowd Yamaha
Comfort Inn 1997 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
Phone: 413.736.500 1996 Steve Lamson Honda
106 Capial Drive, West Springfield, MA 20 minutes from track 1995 Steve Lamson Honda
Super 8 Motel 1994 Doug Henry Honda
Phone: 413.736.8080 1993 Doug Henry Honda
1500 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, MA 20 minutes from track 1992 Larry Ward Suzuki
Red Carpet Inn 1991 Mike Kiedrowski Kawasaki
Phone: 413.733.6678 1990 Jean.Michel Bayle Honda
560 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, MA 01089 20 minutes from track 1989 Larry Ward Honda
Closest to Bradley Airport 1988 George Holland Honda
Sheraton 1987 Micky Dymond Honda
Phone: 860.627.5311 1986 Keith Bowen Yamaha
1 Bradley Intl Airport, Windsor Locks, CT 06096 20 minutes from track 1980 Broc Glover Yamaha
Days Inn 1978 Broc Glover Yamaha
Phone: 860.623.9417
185 Ella Grasso Tpke, Windsor Locks, CT 06096 20 minutes from track 500cc MX
Motel 6 1982 Kent Howerton Suzuki
Phone: 860.292.6200 1981 Broc Glover Yamaha
3 National Drive, Windsor Locks, CT 06096 20 minutes from track 1979 Danny LaPorte Suzuki
Budgetel Inn
Phone: 860.623.3336 Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.moto338.com
64 Ella Grasso Turnpike, Windsor Locks, CT 0609620 minutes from track
Fairfield Inn
Phone: 860.627.9333
2 Loten Drive, Windsor Locks, CT 06096 20 minutes from track
Ramada Inn
Phone: 860.623.9494
5 Ella Grasso Tpke, Windsor Locks, CT 06096 20 minutes from track
Doubletree Hotel
Phone: 860.627.5171
16 Ella Grasso Tpke, Windsor Locks, CT 06096 20 minutes from track

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June 18-19, 2005 1:00 PM EST CAMPING
Budds Creek If you are staying the entire weekend, please be prepared. There are no electrical
Tickets & event info: Budds Creek Motocross Park, Budds Creek, MD or water hook-ups. Restrooms and showers are on site. Water is available only in
the pit area of the Nite SX track. The Karcher Powerwashers will not be hooked up
Phone: 301.994.9555
for amateur day. No One Day tickets. No saving camping spots. If you leave the
Website: www.BuddsCreek.com property Saturday Night you must be back by 7:00 a.m. to insure getting back orig-
Promoter: inal camp site.
Jonathon Beasley There are no camping areas with hook ups in the vicinity of Budds Creek
P.O. Box 156 Camping Fees:
Leonardtown, MD 20650-0156 Thur/Fri/Sat
Phone: 301.994.9555 $30. Fri/Sat
Fax: 301.863.6797 $25. Sat
$20.
SCHEDULE There will always be camping the night before any amateur race free of charge (not
Thursday June 16, 2005 including AMA nationals), the gates will be open 24 hours. There will be times when
0800 – Gates open to the public for weekend campers the stock car races are taking place Saturday nights. We have showers and bath-
4 PM to 7 PM Amateur Motocross sign up (No Refunds) rooms on sight,
Friday, June 17, 2005 Amateur Motocross Race Day NO FIRES please.
6:00 AM to 9:00 AM Motocross and night SX sign up (No Refunds)
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM Amateur practice HOTELS
11:00 AM to Finish Amateur Motocross races Waldorf, VA (1/2 hour North of the Track)
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM – Night SX signup Holiday Inn: (Race headquarters - $71 rate, next to mall & theater)
6:00 PM to Finish – Night Night SX Phone: 301.645.8200 (tell them you are here for Budds Creek events)
Econo Lodge 301.645.0022
Saturday, June 18, 2005
Hampton Inn 301.632.9600
7:00 AM to 8:00 AM Semi Truck Parking
Super 8 301.932.8957
9:00 AM Paddock open to all National credential holders
Howard Johnson 301.932.5090
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Registration and Tech at track for all professional riders
Waldorf Motel 301.645.5555
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM – Pro Paddock open to early entry pit pass ticket holders
Bel Alton 301.934.9505
12:30 PM Riders Meeting
1:00 PM 125 Non-Seeded riders practice Dalgren, VA (20 Minutes South of Track)
1:20 PM 250 Non-Seeded riders practice Holiday Inn 540.644.1500
1:40 PM 125/250 Seeded riders practice Comfort Inn 540.663.3060
2:00 PM 125 Non-Seeded riders practice
2:20 PM 250 Non-Seeded riders practice Lexington Park (1/2 hour South of Track)
2:00 PM to 6:00 PM – Night SX signup Days Inn 301.863.6666
3:40 PM 125/250 Seeded riders practice Best Western 301.862.4100
3:15 PM Pre-Qualifiers Holiday Inn 301.326.6311
5:00 PM to Finish – Night SX Hampton Inn 301.863.3200
Super 8 301.862.9822
Sunday, June 19, 2005
Extended Stay 301.725.0100
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Will Call
8:30 AM - Riders Meeting (mandatory) PIT PASSES
8:45 AM Chapel Service Early Entry Pit Passes
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM – Pro Paddock open to early entry pit pass ticket holders $30.Weekend (Sat/Sun)
9:00 AM to 9:20 AM 125 National riders practice $20. Sunday only
9:20 AM to 9:40 AM 250 National riders practice
9:45 AM to 10:00 AM 125 National riders practice Early entry pit passes are good 10am-1pm on Sat, and 9am-12pm on Sunday. If you
10:00 AM to 10:15 AM 250 National riders practice purchase on Saturday, you must purchase both days. You can purchase these wrist-
10:30 AM to completion Qualifiers bands at the entrance gate. There are no advance pit pass ticket sales. On Sat. you
12:30 PM Opening Ceremonies must purchase both days. Times are subject to change.
1:00 PM Moto 1- 125 National- 30 mins, plus 2 laps GENERAL RULES
2:00 PM Moto 1- 250 National- 30 mins, plus 2 laps
No pets are allowed in the park on Sunday, not even on a leash, please do not bring
3:30 PM Moto 2- 125 National- 30 mins, plus 2 laps
your pet on Sunday, you can't bring them in and you can't leave them an un-air con-
4:20 PM Moto 2- 250 National- 30 mins, plus 2 laps
ditioned vehicle.
5:10 PM Victory Circle

TICKETS Wristbands must be worn at all times and are your gate ticket. Once a wristband has
Attention: We are no longer racing Hare Scrambles during our national weekend been removed, it is no longer valid. You will either have to leave the park or purchase
venue. another wristband. No refunds or exchanges for any reason. All sales are final. Lost
or stolen wristbands or camping stickers WILL NOT be replaced. Breaking the
We do not sell Friday and/or Saturday only passes on the weekend of the pro nation- TRACK RULES will be enforced on the spot by confiscation of your wristband, result-
al. We appreciate your advance ticket purchase, however, please note, upon arrival ing in you having to leave the park.
at the racetrack you must get in line to exchange your ticket for a wristband. Please
expect long lines during peak hours. NO STEALING BANNERS!!! Violators will be Prosecuted
We are no longer taking on-line credit card orders We will accept credit cards at the
track on Sunday. Simply proceed to the credit card line. DIRECTIONS
All Advance Tickets: Subtract $5.00 for each ticket. All advance ticket sales must Budds Creek is located approximately 1½ from Baltimore, 1 hour from downtown
be post marked by June 7th. Please do not include pit pass or camping fees. Washington, D.C. and approximately 1½ hours from Richmond, VA directly off
Mail Check or Money Order & SASE to: Maryland Highway 234 in scenic Southern Maryland. For amateur race dates, traffic
Budds Creek Ticket Sales has never been a problem and all routes are always clear. Our Pro-National Sunday
PO Box 156, Leonardtown, MD 20650 event brings approximately 20,000 spectators and some minor traffic delays can be
expected.
Ticket Prices:
Fri, Sat, & Sun Alternate routes: There are several alternate routes that may provide you with a
Adults - $60. Child - $30. Sat & Sun shorter entry or exit from the track. Generally these routes are much faster and have
Adult - $50. Child - $20. Sunday Only been used by local spectators for years.
Adult - $30. Child - $10. Option 1 from the North, turn left on Maryland Highway 5 South out of Waldorf, MD.

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Continue straight on Highway 5 for 16 miles to Maryland Highway 236. Turn right on June 20, 1999 Tallon Vohland, Citrus Heights, CA Honda
to 236 for 6 miles until it ends at Maryland Highway 234. Turn right on to 234 and the June 21, 1998 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
track is 1/8 th of a mile on the left. Please use caution for Amish carriages on 236. June 15, 1997 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
Option 2 from the North, using U.S. Highway 301, turn left onto Maryland Highway 6 June 16, 1996 Steve Lamson, Pollick Pines, CA Honda
at LaPlata. Travel 8 miles to Trinity Church Road, turn right and travel 6 miles to the June 18, 1995 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda
end of the road at Maryland Highway 234. Turn left and travel 1 mile, the track will May 22, 1994 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda
be on the right. This is the least used and fastest way to get to highway 301 after the October 4, 1992 Jeff Emig, Highland, CA Yamaha
race. October 6, 1991 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki
From Points South, follow I-95, 30 miles North of Richmond to Route 207, turn right, October 7, 1990 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Honda
this becomes U.S. Highway 301. Travel North 5 miles into Maryland, and turn right October 8, 1989 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Honda
on Maryland Highway 234. The track is 10 miles on the right.
When leaving the track for U.S. Highway 301, you have several options: 500cc Motocross
Exit the track to the left on Maryland Highway 234 and continue straight to U.S. 301. October 6, 1991 Jean-Michel Bayle, France Honda
This tends to be the most popular and most heavily traveled route. Back-ups have October 7, 1990 Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI Honda
been knows to exceed a few miles. October 8, 1989 Jean-Michel Bayle, France Honda
October 4, 1992 Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI Honda
You may also exit the track to the left on 234 and take one of several back roads to
the North that take you to Maryland Highway 6. Turn left onto State Road 6, and fol-
low it to U.S.Highway 301. Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.BuddsCreek.com
Your 3rd option is to exit the track to the right and at approximately 1/8 th mile, turn
left on Maryland Highway 236. Continue straight on 236 to the Stop Sign and turn left
onto Maryland Highway 5 North. Maryland Highway 5 North will take you to highway
301 at Waldorf.
DIRECTIONS FROM AIRPORTS
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) at approximately 90 km from the
circuit. Directions to the circuit: From airport exit, go south on Route 400 (Mt. Vernon
Memorial Freeway) to Interstate 95/495 (Capital Beltway Go to the East/North on the
Capital Beltway (you will cross the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge) to Exit 7A,
Route 5 (Branch Avenue). Go south on Route 5 and continue south, Route 5 will turn
into Highway 301, when those roads merge (direction Waldorf). Continue south on
Highway 301 through the city of Waldorf and turn east (left) on Route 234. Proceed
on Route 234 to Budds Creek Motocross Park, located on the right side of the road.
Dulles International Airport (IAD) at approximately 125 km from the circuit.
Directions to the circuit: Take airport exit highway east to I-495 (Capital Beltway) and
proceed south. Remain on 1-495 when 1-95 branches off to the south (stay left) you
are now on I-495/95. After crossing the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge, proceed
to West exit 7A, Route 5 (Branch Avenue). Go south on Route 5 and continue south,
Route 5 will turn into Highway 301, when those roads merge (direction Waldorf).
Continue south on Highway 301 through the city of Waldorf and turn east (left) on
Route 234. Proceed on Route 234 to Budds Creek Motocross Park, located on the
right side of the road.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) at 125 km from the circuit. There
are two ways from BWI. The fastest is to leave the airport via Elm Road. At the first
traffic light turn right on Aviation Boulevard and travel until you can turn left to get
onto Highway 97. Follow 97 South until you see the 3/301 exit and exit to the right.
Continue south on Highway 301 through the city of Waldorf and turn east (left) on
Route 234. Proceed on Route 234 to Budds Creek Motocross Park, located on the
right side of the road.
The second and longest (more traffic) From airport, take 1-295 (Baltimore
Washington Parkway) south to 1-495/96 (Capital Beltway). Go south on Capital
Beltway to Exit 7A, Route 5 (Branch Avenue), Go south on Route 5 and continue
south, Route 5 will turn into Highway 301, when those roads merge (direction
Waldorf). Continue south on Highway 301 through the city of Waldorf and turn east
(left) on Route 234. Proceed on Route 234 to Budds Creek Motocross Park, located
on the right side of the road.

BUDD’S CREEK PAST CHAMPIONS


250cc Motocross
June 20, 2004 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
June 15, 2003 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
June 16, 2002 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
June 17, 2001 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
June 18, 2000 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
June 20, 1999 Kevin Windham, Ethel, LA Honda
June 21, 1998 Doug Henry, Oxford, CT Yamaha
June 15, 1997 Ezra Lusk, Bainbridge, GA Yamaha
June 16, 1996 Jeremy McGrath, Menifee, CA Honda
June 18, 1995 Jeremy McGrath, Murietta, CA Honda
May 22, 1994 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Kawasaki

125cc Motocross
June 20, 2004 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki
June 15, 2003 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
June 16, 2002 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
June 17, 2001 Michael Brown, Piney Flats, TN Kawasaki
June 18, 2000 Stephane Roncada, France Yamaha

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July 2-3, 2005 1:00 P.M. EST 3:05-3:25 pm 250 Non-Seeded Riders Practice
3:45 - Completion Pre-qualifiers for 125 and 250 classes
Red Bud Track ‘N Trail
Sunday, July 3rd
Event Information: Red Bud Competition Club, Buchanan, MI All pro racing; all on the pro track. Practice at 9:00 am, opening ceremonies at
Ticket Information: 616.695.6405 12:30 pm. Main gate (Redbud Trail) opens at 6:00 am. Spectator Express
Website: www.redbudmx.com gate (Main St.) opens at 7:00 am. Gates to pro track area open at 7:00 am.
Promoter: Amy Ritchie
Sunday Pro Practice and Racing Schedule:
13638 N. Redbud Trail
9:00 am 125cc practice
Buchanan, MI 49107
9:20 am 250cc practice
Phone: 269.695.6405
9:40 am Track Maintenance
Fax: 269.695.6408
9:50 am 125cc practice
Website: www.redbudmx.com
10:10 am 250cc practice
Email: info@redbudmx.com
10:45 am Qualifiers for 125cc and 250cc
AMATEUR RACING 12:30 pm Opening Ceremonies
Friday, July 1st 1:00 pm 125cc 1st moto; 30 minutes plus 2 laps
Amateur racing on the stadium style track near the gate entrance. Registration 2:00 pm 250cc 1st moto; 30 minutes plus 2 laps
at 3 pm, practice at 5 pm, races at 7 pm. All District 14 classes, including ATVs. 3:30 pm 125cc 2nd moto; 30 minutes plus 2 laps
Pee Wee classes race on the same track, with a couple of sections omitted. 4:10 125cc Victory Circle
Registration fee is $25 per class. 4:20 pm 250cc 2nd moto; 30 minutes plus 2 laps
5:10 pm 250cc Victory Circle
Saturday, July 2nd
Amateur racing on the stadium track. Registration at noon, practice at 2 pm, PIT PASSES
races at 4 pm. All District 14 classes, including ATVs. Pee Wee classes race Pit passes can be purchased at the track and are not available in advance. Children
on the same track, with a couple of sections omitted. Registration fee is $25 under age 6 may enter the pits free with an adult pass holder. Pit passes are avail-
per class. able for Saturday and Sunday.
TICKET INFORMATION Saturday access time noon - 3pm. Cost is $10.
Sunday access time 9am - noon. Cost is $15.
Tickets are available at the gate. We do not sell out! At this time there are no
advance ticket sales planned. Pit Passes on Sale:
Friday 7pm - 9pm (night track vendor row)
2005 Pricing Friday/Saturday/ Sunday Saturday/ Sunday Sunday Only Saturday 11am - 2pm (Gate 4)
Adult $50 $40 $30 each Saturday 7pm - 9pm (night track vendor row)
Kids (6 thru 12) $25 $20 $10 each Sunday 7am - 11am
Under age 6 no charge no charge no charge
Rules for early entry pit passes:
We get a few requests from people who only want to come for Friday or Saturday. No alcohol in pits.
This isn't possible. Think of it as a pro race with optional amateur events; not ama- Children must be accompanied by an adult.
teur races with an optional pro event. There are no Friday only or Saturday only tick- Enter pits through Gate 9 only (located on west end of starting line;
ets available. If you're not interested in the pro race, this isn't the weekend for you. follow sign on vendor row).
We have plenty of other amateur weekends to choose from, though. Check our full Autographs are not guaranteed.
2005 schedule for details. There will be scheduled autograph sessions at each team on Sunday; auto
Reserved Grandstand seats are available for Sunday. Seats go on sale at 7:30 am graphs are only available as scheduled.
at the grandstands (near the announcers tower). $20 for top row seats, just $5 for Times will be posted where pit passes are sold.
all others! Kids under 6 are free with an adult. These seats are yours for the day;
you can wander around and return to your seat whenever you'd like.
TRACKSIDE PARKING
Trackside parking is available for Sunday's pro race. Fee is $10 per car. Entry
hours are 7am until 11am, or until full, at Gate 1 and Gate 3 (please read details
WEEKEND SCHEDULE below). You can choose your spot along the track fence from the LaRocco's Leap
GATES WILL BE CLOSED overnight Friday and Saturday nights at midnight. area back to the old Quiet Zone, which is the section after the ski jump.
Of course you may leave, but no entry to the track during these hours. Please
plan arrival time accordingly. NEW! In order to eliminate vehicle traffic through the pedestrian area at Gate 2, you
will have to enter the proper gate to park in the area you want. For parking in the
Friday, July 1st LaRocco's Leap area, use Gate 3. Gate 3 is located along the east/west road that
Gates open 10 am until midnight. Amateur racing on the stadium style track goes up the hill along LaRocco's Leap. The gate is at the base of the hill and gives
near the gate entrance. Registration at 3 pm, practice at 5 pm, races at 7 pm. access to the entire Leap section. Enter the track from Gate C off Redbud Trail. After
There is no access to the pro track area on Friday. you leave the gate lanes, turn right and follow the main road to Gate 3.
Saturday, July 2nd For parking in the back section of the track, behind the double-doubles (the old Quiet
Gates open 6am until midnight. Amateur racing on the stadium track. Zone), use Gate 1. Enter the track from Gate C off Redbud Trail. Just go straight
Registration at noon, practice at 2 pm, races at 4 pm. Note: That's one hour after you leave the gate lanes and you'll run into Gate 1.
earlier than last year! You will NOT be allowed drive from one trackside parking area to the other. You must
Pro Events: enter at the correct gate and park in that area. You will exit using the same gate after
Pro practice begins at approximately noon, with pre-qualifiers (if needed) the races.
immediately following practice.
CAMPING
Kawasaki and Pro Circuit Riders FanFest! Located Saturday at 4:00 pm on NO PETS! This is the eighth year of the NO PETS rule and we still have to turn peo-
vendor row at the pro track. Meet your favorite men in green and get their ple away at the gate. Please tell everyone you know not to bring their pets!
autographs. FanFest time is limited to one hour - don't miss it!
Firewood will be for sale Friday and Saturday; a whole trailer-load of bundles at rea-
Gates to the pro track area will open at 12:30 pm and remain open until the sonable prices. This is a nice convenience for campers; thanks, Cowboy!
qualifiers are finished. Vehicles will not be allowed inside the chain link fence,
but you can walk through at Gate 4 (along the road at the top of the hill). You Camping is available for Friday and Saturday nights; no camping Sunday night.
will be asked to show your wristband when walking through the gate. There is There are no electric or water hookups. Camping fee is $60 per vehicle, whether you
no extra charge to watch the Saturday pro activities and no special ticket is arrive on Friday or Saturday. (Street bikes are 1/2 price.) We will park you, as you
required to enter the pro track area. arrive, in the next available space in the lot of your choice. There is no saving spots
for people who will arrive later.
Saturday Pro Practice Schedule:
1:00-1:20 pm 125 Non-Seeded Riders Practice There are two camping areas. "Lot A" is for families and amateur racers. Anyone
1:25-1:45 pm 125/250 Seeded Riders Practice under 18 must camp in this lot. Quiet time is enforced throughout the weekend in
1:50-2:10 pm 250 Non-Seeded Riders Practice Lot A.
2:15-2:35 pm 125 Non-Seeded Riders Practice "Lot B" is the camping area on the north side of the road. No one under 18 will be
2:40-3:00 pm 125/250 Seeded Riders Practice permitted in this lot, even with a parent. No race bikes in Lot B. Quiet time enforced

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at midnight Friday and Saturday in Lot B. to exit 3 (in Michigan). Turn left and go to the first stoplight. Turn right on
LOT A PASS HOLDERS MAY NOT ENTER LOT B at any time on Friday or Saturday, Redbud Trail. Track is about 5 miles out on left.
except to access the pro track during the hours that it's open on Saturday. From Detroit (& northeast):
Enjoy the professional fireworks show at dark on Friday and Saturday nights. NEW WAY:
I-94 west to exit 30 (Benton Harbor). Turn left off exit ramp and go about 1.5
Remember, the main gate will close at midnight Friday and Saturday nights. There miles to US31 south. Take US31 south to exit 13; turn right off ramp. Go to the
will be no exceptions and no parking on the road near the track entrance. Please stop sign at Redbud Trail; turn left. Track is about 2-3 miles on the right side.
plan your arrival time accordingly.
OLD WAY:
We've had a NO FIREWORKS rule for many years, and a NO GLASS BEVERAGE I-94 west to exit 28 (Benton Harbor). Turn right off exit ramp and go about 8
CONTAINERS rule for the past five years. To better enforce these rules, there will miles to a flashing yellow light. Turn right on Redbud Trail. Track is about 7
be a vehicle search at the main gate on Friday and Saturday. All vehicles are sub- miles on right side.
ject to search. PLEASE, leave your glass bottles and fireworks at home. Remember
the NO PETS rule, too. See complete list of weekend rules below. From Indy (& south):
US 31 north ALMOST to South Bend. Take the US 31 bypass north just before
WEEKEND RULES getting into South Bend. Go to exit 3 in Michigan. Turn left and go to the first
Things you need to know before you leave home... stoplight. Turn right on Redbud Trail. Track is about 5 miles out on left.
No pets
No checks accepted at gate or sign up RED BUD PAST CHAMPIONS
No glass containers 250cc Motocross
No weapons (Michigan law prohibits firearms at sporting events!) July 4, 2004 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
No pallets; no firewood over 20" in length July 6, 2003 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
No pit bikes, quads, scooters, golf carts, etc. July 7, 2002 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
No house furniture. (Plastic or nylon mesh lawn furniture is permitted.) July 1, 2001 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
No canopies on the pro track infield. Canopies are allowed in the trackside July 2, 2000 Sebastien Tortelli, France Honda
parking areas (accessible by car or on foot), and anywhere outside the July 4, 1999 Kevin Windham, Ethel, LA Honda
pro track. July 5, 1998 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki
Other rules and information to know... July 6, 1997 John Dowd, Chicopee, MA Yamaha
No canopies on the pro track infield. Canopies are allowed in the trackside July 7, 1996 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki
parking areas (accessible by car or on foot), and anywhere outside the July 2, 1995 Jeremy McGrath, Murietta, CA Honda
pro track. July 3, 1994 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
No bicycles after dark. No bicycles on vendor row or near the track entrance July 4, 1993 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
or exit at the night track (Fri/Sat). No bicycles inside the pro track area July 5, 1992 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
(Sat/Sun). July 7, 1991 Damon Bradshaw, Mooresville, NC Yamaha
Coolers are allowed, just not in bleachers or grandstands. Remember, no glass July 8, 1990 Jeff Ward, San Juan Capistrano, CA Kawasaki
containers. July 2, 1989 Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI Honda
Blankets, lawn chairs are welcome on the pro track infield (or any other spec July 7, 1985 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda
tator areas). July 1, 1984 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Yamaha
Small campfires are allowed; keep to 20" diameter. July 3, 1983 David Bailey, Axton, VA Honda
No scaffolding or ladders. June 1, 1980 Steve Wise, Pharr, TX Honda
No beer kegs on the pro track infield. July 1, 1979 Marty Tripes, Santee, TX Honda
No fireworks. July 2, 1978 Kent Howerton, San Antonio, TX Suzuki
No pit riding. Race bikes must be pushed to and from the starting line for the May 22, 1977 Tony DiStefano, Morrisville, PA Suzuki
Friday and Saturday night races. April 28, 1974 Ken Zahrt, Woodland Hills, CA Bultaco
Search Policy...
Vehicles will be searched by security staff upon entry to the property Friday and 125cc Motocross
Saturday. If any fireworks, glass containers or other prohibited items are July 4, 2004 Michael Brown, Johnson City, TN Yamaha
found, you may remove them from the property yourself or we will dispose of July 6, 2003 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
them for you. July 7, 2002 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
July 1, 2001 Larry Ward, Florence, SD Yamaha
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS July 2, 2000 Stephane Roncada, France Yamaha
Third Annual Saturday night Celebrity Minibike Races. July 4, 1999 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
July 5, 1998 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
Don't miss this! Five classes of celebrity minibike racing. Watch for names like Guy July 6, 1997 Kevin Windham, Baton Rouge, LA Yamaha
Cooper, Dick Burleson, TFS Steve Bruhn, Steve Hudson and Minibike Series July 7, 1996 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda
Organizer/Pro Circuit Brand Manager/NPG Announcer Rob Buydos. This series was July 2, 1995 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda
extremely popular at the 2004 Nationals and they're set to roll on to the night track July 3, 1994 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Yamaha
on Saturday, July 2! July 4, 1993 Jeff Emig, Highland Ranch, CA Yamaha
(This is a closed entry event, by invitation only. If you have a minibike you've been July 5, 1992 Jeff Emig, Highland Ranch, CA Yamaha
dying to race, look to the left and click on Pit Bike Series!) July 7, 1991 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
July 8, 1990 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki
Saturday night fireworks show. What's Independence Day weekend without a great
July 2, 1989 George Holland, Kerman, CA Honda
fireworks show?!
July 3, 1988 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Honda
PRESS CREDENTIALS July 5, 1987 Micky Dymond, Yorba Linda, CA Honda
July 6, 1986 Micky Dymond, Yorba Linda, CA Honda
To request credentials, please contact Pat Schutte. Email pat.schutte@omsltd.com
July 7, 1985 Ron Lechien, El Cajon, CA Honda
or phone 734-222-0688.
July 1, 1984 Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA Kawasaki
DIRECTIONS & AIRPORTS July 3, 1983 Johnny O'Mara, Simi Valley, CA Honda
July 4, 1982 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki
Nearby airports:
July 5, 1981 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki
South Bend, Indiana (SBN) - @ 20 minute drive.
May 23, 1976 Bob Hannah, Whittier, CA Yamaha
Kalamazoo, Michigan (KZO) - @ 1 hour drive.
Chicago, IL; O'Hare (ORD) or Midway (MDW) - @ 2 hour drive.
Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.redbudmx.com
From Chicago (& west):
I-94 east thru Indiana. Take exit 4A in Michigan (US 12 East). Go about 18
miles to a stoplight. Turn left on Redbud Trail. Track is about 5 miles out on left
side.
From Ohio (& southeast):
Toll road (80) to exit 72 in Indiana (South Bend West exit). Go north on US 31

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Outdoor Nationals - Unadilla 71
July 16-17, 2005 4:20 pm - Second 250cc Moto
5:10 pm - 250 Victory Circle
Unadilla Valley Sports Center
Location: Unadilla Valley Sports Center, New Berlin, NY PIT PASSES
Tickets & event info: Unadilla Valley Sports Center Inc. Pit Passes (prices include children ages 6 and older)::
Saturday: $10
Phone: 607.965.8784
Sunday: $15
Track Fax: 607.847.6707 Both days: $25
Website: www.unadillamx.com
Pit passes may be purchased for the above charges for pit access on Saturday from
Promoter:
12 noon-3pm and on Sunday from 9am-noon. You must exit the pits at the ending
Ward Robinson time.
P.O. Box 5119
Passes go on sale at 11am on Saturday at which time you can purchase either
Edmeston, NY 13335-0519 Saturday’s pass or a two day pass. Passes for Sunday only pit access can be pur-
Phone & Fax: 607.847.8186 chased beginning at 7:30 am on Sunday. All passes are sold from the building next
TICKETS to the big white barn.
Tickets are always available at the gate. There are no sell-outs. If you want to buy All those interested in entering the pits must be there in person to sign the insurance
your tickets in advance, you may do so by calling (607) 965-8784 with release. Any minor under 18 must be accompanied in the pits by a parent/guardian.
Visa/MasterCard. No personal checks will be accepted.
Or by mail: Guests in the pits are expected to act appropriately. Please do not beg or pester rid-
Unadilla Motorsports ers for items that do not belong to you (i.e.: rider’s jerseys, helmets, goggles, etc.).
P.O. Box 5119 Open pits are not a right. Each year the promoters of the national mx series receives
Edmeston, NY 13335 complaints about fan behavior during open pits. The complaints have to be
addressed in a satisfactory way before there is agreement to allow open pits again
We apologize, but due to recent experiences, NO PERSONAL CHECKS WILL
this year. Make sure that you don’t do anything that will ruin this in the future.
BE ACCEPTED AT THE GATE.
Available at the gate (no sell-outs) TRACK AMENTIES
Admission Prices:
Both the front and back side of the track have flush bathrooms for both men and
Adult: $50 Thurs-Sun, $50 Fri-Sun, $35 Sat-Sun, $25 Sunday Only
women. Wash sinks are located in front of each unit.
Children Ages 6-12: $15 Thurs-Sun, $15 Fri-Sun, $10 Sat-Sun
$10 Sunday Only A baby changing room is available in the women's bathroom unit below the large
Children under 5 free if accompanied by an adult. white barn. It has its own entrance so Dad can feel free to use it!

CAMPING Bleacher seating is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.


Please note that spectator camping is not available at Unadilla during the Pro Food is available for purchase. Yes we have hamburgers and hotdogs. But you will
National weekend. also find hot sausage sandwiches with peppers and onions, Philly cheese steaks,
chicken wings, pizza, French fries, funnel cakes, nachos, fried dough, ice cream,
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS lemonade, smoothies, soda and water.
Friday, July 15, 2005 A level fenced area for handicap viewing is located at the top of Gravity Cavity. Over
7:30 am - Gates Open for Amateur Racers 70% of the track can be seen from this area.
8:00 am - Amateur Practice
10:00 am - Amateur Riders Meeting Parking is always free.
10:30 am - Amateur Racing Begins on U2 Announcing can also be heard on 90.5 FM
6:00 pm (Approx) - Amateur Racing Concludes
8:00 pm - Spectators Must Exit RULES & RESTRICTIONS
Saturday, July 16, 2005 Restrictions:
7:00 am - Gates Open for Spectators NO DOGS OR PETS ALLOWED AT ANY TIME
8:00 am - Amateur Racing Begins on U2 NO OPEN FIRES OR FIREWORKS
11:00 am - Saturday and Two Day Pit Passes go on sale NO SCAFFOLDING
12:00 pm - Pits Open for those with purchased access NO ALCOHOL
1:00 - 1:20 pm 125 non-seeded practice NO GLASS CONTAINERS
1:25 - 1:45 pm 125/250 seeded practice NO BICYCLE RIDING TRACKSIDE
2:00 pm (approx) - Amateur Racing concludes on U2 NO EASY UPS WHICH OBSTRUCT VIEWING
1:50 - 2:10 pm 250 non-seeded practice NO PERSONAL CHECKS
2:15 - 2:35 pm 125 non-seeded practice NO VENDING WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL - IF YOU DON'T HAVE PER
2:40 - 3:00 pm 125/250 seeded practice MISSION TO SELL IT, LEAVE IT HOME!!
3:00 pm - Pro pits closed NO SPECTATOR CAMPING
3:05 - 3:25 pm - 250 non-seeded practice
We reserve the right to ask those in violation of the above restrictions to leave the
3:45 pm - Pre-qualifiers completed
premises with no refund given.
4:00 pm - Xtreme Pit Bike FanFest
4:00pm - KTM autograph session DIRECTIONS
6:00pm - Parts Unlimited/Great Lakes Powersports Celebrity and Industry Pit
Bike Race
ALBANY COUNTY AIRPORT; ALBANY, NY
8:30pm Spectators must exit - Spectator Parking Lot Closes Left on Albany Shaker Road when exiting airport
12:00am (Midnight) Gates Close About ½ mile; Right on ramp to Rt. 87 SOUTH
Sunday, July 17, 2005 Exit at New York State Thruway (Rt. #90) WEST (about 3 miles)
6:00am: Gates Open for Spectators Rt. #90 West to exit #25A (I-88)
7:30am Pit Passes Go On Sale I-88 about 4 miles to the "Duanesburg" exit.
9:00am Pits Open for those who purchase passes Left at top of ramp.
9:00am Pro Practice Turn right at the end onto Route #20 west.
10:45am Qualifying Route #20 west to Bridgewater.
12:00pm Pro Pits Closed
At the light in Bridgewater, turn left on to Route #8 south.
12:30pm Opening Ceremonies
1:00pm First 125cc Moto Unadilla MX is 10 minutes south of Bridgewater, directly on Route #8.
2:00pm First 250cc Moto
3:00pm Intermission BINGHAMTON AIRPORT, BINGHAMTON, NY
3:30 pm - Second 125cc Moto Exit airport onto Stella Ireland Rd.; continue down the hill
4:10 pm - 125 Victory Circle exit on Rt. 17 east

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Rt. 17 east to Rt. 81 north Back Inn Time B&B 607.336.7666
Rt. 81 to I-88 east Conron House B&B 607.336.6845
I-88 to exit #9 (Sidney, NY) Fred's Inn 607.334.9282
Left at top of ramp onto Rt. #8 north Howard Johnson's 607.334.2200
30 minutes to Unadilla MX Norwich Motor Lodge 607.334.9935
Super 8 607.336.8880
SYRACUSE AIRPORT, SYRACUSE, NY
Greene: 30 miles (Rt. #12)
While leaving airport access road, follow signs for "Route 81 South, 90
The Sherwood Inn 607.656.4196
Thruway, Syracuse”
Once you take this exit, move over in to far left lane to enter Rt. 81 South Sidney: 30 miles (Rts. #8/I-88)
Go about 1.5 -2 miles to exit 25a-Thruway Country Motel 607.563.1035
Enter Thruway and head East towards Utica/Albany Super 8 607.563.8880
Get off at exit 31 (Utica)
Bainbridge: 35 miles (Rts. #7/I-88)
After passing through toll booth, stay right following sign for 790 West, 5,
Algonkin Motel 607.967.5911
8, 12
Berry Hill Farm B&B 607.967.8745
Turn right, then right again, then right again-still following signs for 790
Susquehanna Motor Lodge 607.967.2102
West, 5,8,12
Once on 790, take 1st exit-790 West, 5 West, 8 South, 12 South Unadilla: 35 miles (Rts. #7)
After about ¾ mi, road will become a 4 lane, merge left to follow 5 West, Unadilla B&B 607.369.5438
8 South, 12 South
Masonville: 40 miles (Rt. #8)
Go about 4-5 miles, then take Route 8 South, New Hartford exit-you will
Mason Inn (607) 265-3287
see large storage units and a UHAUL building on right just before exit-it is
the 2nd exit past these. Binghamton: 65 miles
MAKE SURE YOU TAKE ROUTE 8 SOUTH, NEW HARTFORD EXIT (Rts. #12/I-81/I-88)
Stay right on Route 8, we are about 30 miles south of the exit. *** Most major chains ***
Your total drive time should be 1:30-1:50 CAMPGROUNDS
HOTELS Unadilla Forks: 7 miles (Rt. #8)
Mountain View Campground 315.855.7660
Leonardsville: 5 miles (Rt. #8)
Horned Dorset Inn 315.855.7898 Bridgewater: 10 miles (Rt. #8)
Lake Chalet Campground 315.822.6074
Bridgewater: 10 miles (Rts. #8/20)
Lake Chalet Motel 315.822.6074 Rome: 40 miles (Rts. #46/49)
Delta Lake State Park 315.337.4670
Sauquoit: 20 miles (Rt. #8)
Hayfield House B&B 315.737.8289 South New Berlin: 13 mile (Rt. #8)
Dixson's RV Campground 607.859.2584
Utica: 25 miles (Rts. #5/8/12/I-90)
Hunt's State Pond 607.859.2249
A-1 Motel 315.735.6698
Best Western Gateway 315.732.4121 Gilbertsville: 18 miles (Rt. #51)
Budget Motor Inn 315.896.2613 Copes Corners Park 607.783.2203
Carriage Motor Inn 315.336.2991
Oxford: 23 miles (Rt. # 12)
Colonial Motel 315.732.4887
Bowman Lake State Park 607.334.2718
Country Motel 315.732.4628
Davis Motel 315.732.1108 Davenport: 30 miles (Rt. #23)
Glen Motel 315.732.1171 Beaver Spring Lake Campsites 607.278.5293
Happy Journey Motel 315.738.1959
Oneonta: 25 miles (Rts. #23/I-88)
Holiday Inn 315.797.2131
Susquehanna Trail 607.432.1122
Holiday Motel 315.732.4187
Hotel Utica 315.724.7829 Mt. Vision: 30 miles (Rt. # 205)
Motel 6 315.797.8743 Meadow-Vale Campsites 607.293.8802
Pine Crest Motel 315.724.9831
Radisson Inn 315.797.8010 Sidney: 30 miles (Rts. #7/I-88)
Ramada Inn * 315.735.3392 Tall Pines Campground 607.563.8271
Red Roof Inn 315.724.7128 Unadilla: 35 miles (Rt. #7)
Super 8 315.797.0964 KOA East Sidney 607.369.9030
*discount must mention "Unadilla Motocross"
Bainbridge: 35 miles (Rts. #7/I-88)
New Berlin: 5 miles (Rt. #8) Oquaga Creek State Park 607.467.4160
Preferred Manor 607.847.6238 Riverside RV Campground 607.967.2102
Rolling Hills B&B 607.847.8643
Sunrise Farm B&B 607.847.9380 Afton: 40 miles (Rts. #7/I-88)
Pittsfield Inn 877.461.4663 Echo Lake Resort Campground 607.639.2666

Gilbertsville: 12 miles (Route #51) Nineveh: 45 miles (Rt. #41)


Leatherstocking B&B 607.783.2757 Kellystone Park 607.639.1090
Davenport Beaver Spring Lake Campground 607.278.5293
Morris: 12 miles (Route #23)
Bittesweet Place B&B 607.263.5916 Garrattsville: 12 miles (Rt. #51)
Hargrave House B&B 607.263.5723 Jellystone Park @ Crystal Lake 607.965.8265

Norwich: 20 miles (Rt. #12) Cooperstown: 25 miles (Rt. #80)

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Beaver Valley Campgrounds 607.293.7324
C.Town Family Tent & Trailer 607.293.7766
Cooperstown-Ringwood Farms 607.547.2896
Glimmerglass State Park 607.547.8662
Shadow Brook Campgrounds 607.264.8431
Hamilton: 20 miles (Rt. #12B)
Lebanon Reservoir Campground 315.824.2278
Morrisville: 35 miles (Rt. #20)
Buck's Woods Campground 315.684.3286
Cedar Valley Campsites 315.684.3033

UNADILLA PAST CHAMPIONS


250cc Motocross
July 18, 2004 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
July 20, 2003 Kevin Windham, Centreville, MS Honda
July 21, 2002 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
July 15, 2001 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
July 16, 2000 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
July 18, 1999 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Honda
July 19, 1998 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki
July 20, 1997 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki
July 21, 1996 Greg Albertyn, South Africa Suzuki
July 23, 1995 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Honda
July 17, 1994 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Kawasaki
July 11, 1993 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
July 29, 1973 Pierre Karsmakers, Holland Yamaha
July 16, 1972 Gary Jones, Hacienda Heights, CA Yamaha

125cc Motocross
July 18, 2004 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki
July 20, 2003 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
July 21, 2002 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
July 15, 2001 Grant Langston, S. Africa KTM
July 16, 2000 Stephane Roncada, France Yamaha
July 18, 1999 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
July 19, 1998 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
July 20, 1997 Kevin Windham, Baton Rouge, LA Yamaha
July 21, 1996 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda
July 23, 1995 Ryan Hughes, Escondido, CA Kawasaki
July 17, 1994 Ryan Hughes, Escondido, CA Kawasaki
July 11, 1993 James Dobb, Corona, CA Kawasaki
October 13, 1991 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki
October 14, 1990 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki
October 15, 1989 Damon Bradshaw, Charlotte, NC Yamaha

500cc Motocross
October 13, 1991 Jeff Ward, San Juan Capistrano, CA Kawasaki
October 14, 1990 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda
October 15, 1989 Jean-Michel Bayle, France Honda
July 31, 1977 Marty Smith, San Diego, CA Honda
August 1, 1976 Steve Stackable, Austin, TX Suzuki

Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.unadillamx.com

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74 Outdoor Nationals - Thunder Valley
July 23-24 1:00 p.m. EST Rules for Pro Pits:
No alcohol will be permitted.
Thunder Valley Motocross Park Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Location: Thunder Valley Motocross Park Access to the Pro pits is provided at your own risk.
Tickets & Event Information: Colorado Motorsports Productions, LLC Autograph sessions may be scheduled during pit access hours next to each team’s
Promoter: semi-trailer. Sorry, we cannot guarantee an autograph.
David Claybaugh
2718 South Cole Court Advanced tickets are available at the following locations and on this website.
Lakewood, CO 80228 Please note: Pro Pit passes are not available for advance ticketing.
Phone: 303.781.8131 Sun Honda
Fax: 303.781.3881 8877 N. Washington St.
Website: www.mxthundervalley.com Denver, CO 80229
Phone: 303.277.7566
SCHEDULE www.sunent.com
Saturday Schedule (with WMA)
Vickery Motorsports
7:00am – 9:00 am Semi Parking (may be moved back to 8:00 after first couple
2231 S. Parker Road
of rounds)
Denver, CO 80231
9:00am Paddock open to credential holders
Phone: 303.755.4387
9:00am – 12:30pm Registration and tech at track for pros
www.vickerymotorsports.com
9:00am – 2:00 pm Will Call
12:15pm – 12:30pm Mandatory Riders Meeting Colorado Powersports
12:35pm – 12:55pm WMA Practice www.copowersports.com
1:00pm – 1:20pm 125 Non-Seeded Practice Boulder
1:25pm – 1:45pm 125/250 Seeded Practice 1880 55TH St.
1:50pm – 2:10pm 250 Non-Seeded Practice Boulder, CO 80301
2:15pm – 2:35pm 125 Non-Seeded Practice Phone: 303.442-4772
2:40pm – 3:00pm 125/250 Seeded Practice
3:05pm – 3:25pm 250 Non-Seeded Practice Castle Rock
3:30pm – 4:00pm Moto 1 WMA – 20 Minutes plus 1 Lap 789 N. Park St.
4:05pm – Completion Pre-Qualifier Races, 125 & 250, 2 Heats 1 Consolation Castle Rock, CO 80104
Race each Phone: 303.688.0500
After Pro Qual’s Moto 2 WMA – 20 Minutes plus 1 Lap Denver
Sunday Schedule 2050 West 104th Avenue
8:00 am – 1:00 pm Will Call Thornton, CO 80234
8:30 am Mandatory Riders Meeting Phone: 303.427.9000
8:45 am Chapel Service Fay Myers Motorcycle World
9:00 am – 9:20 am 125 Practice 9700 E. Arapahoe Road
9:20 am – 9:40 am 250 Practice Greenwood Village, CO 80112
9:40 am – 9:50 am Track Maintenance Phone: 303.744.6632
9:50 am – 10:10 am 125 Practice www.faymeyers.com
10:10 am – 10:30 am 250 Practice
10:45 am – Completion Qualifying Racies 2 Heats 1 Consolation Race for 125 & WILL CALL
250 Will call is located across the street from the Pro gate. Please do not leave your
12:30 pm Opening Ceremonies vehicle in this lot after you have received your credentials.
1:00 pm 125 Moto 1 – 30 Minutes plus 2 Laps
NPG will call is open on Saturday from 8:00am to 4:00pm and on Sunday from
2:00 pm 250 Moto 1 – 30 Minutes plus 2 Laps
7:00am to 2:00pm.
3:30 pm 125 Moto 2 – 30 Minutes plus 2 Laps
4:10 pm 125 Victory Circle
4:20 pm 250 Moto 2 – 30 Minutes plus 2 Laps PRESS CREDENTIALS
5:10 pm 250 Victory Circle Contact:
Pat Schutte
TICKET PRICES Email: pat@highprofilepr.com
Fan Saturday, July 23rd Sunday, July 24th Phone: (734)369-2170
Adults $40.00 (2 days) $30.00 Sun only CAMPING
Children (6-12) $20.00 (2 days) $20.00 Sun Only Check back with www.mxthundervalley.com for the most current information.
All tickets are valid through Sunday’s event. No single day tickets are available for
Saturday. Absolutely NO REFUNDS! There are no sell outs and events will be PARKING
held rain or shine. Plenty of parking is available and some lots are within a short walking distance.
Cash only! No personal checks or credit cards are accepted. Children under 6 Parking is also available at Bandimere Speedway with shuttle service to take you
must be accompanied by an adult. on the 7 minute drive to/from Thunder Valley. Parking at Bandimere Speedway
offers less traffic at the end of the event.
Bleacher seating will be available, but space is limited. We’ll have festival seating
and blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. Several pedestrian tunnels exist that
allow access to the infield of the track. RADIO STATION
Please keep your radio tuned to FM 88.1 for up to date announcements, racing
PRO PIT PASSES news, interviews and other information throughout the weekend.

Pro Pit passes may be purchased at the track on both days in the green & brown
building next to the Pro Pits.
EVENT RULES
Anyone taking banners from the track will be prosecuted.
Saturday July 23rd No hanging on, or pushing against the fences.
Passes are on sale between 10:00am and 2:00pm. No pets allowed.
Access to Pro Pits is allowed between Noon and 3:00pm. No Saturday only tickets.
Cost is $10.00 / person. No fires.
Sunday July 24th No pit bikes, quads, scooters, or golf carts etc.
Passes are on sale between 7:00am and 11:00am. No house furniture.
Access to the Pro Pits is allowed between 9:00am and Noon. Coolers are not allowed in the bleacher section.
Cost is $20.00 / person. No scaffolding or ladders.

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SEARCH POLICY Hampton Inn Denver West / Golden
17150 West Colfax Avenue
All vehicles are subject to search upon entry by security personnel.
Golden, CO USA 80401-4858
DIRECTIONS Phone: 303 278-6600
The Lakewood Cycle Park Thunder Valley is located 20 minutes West of Denver Website: www.hampton-inn.com/hi/denverwest-golden
off I-70
Hampton Inn Denver West/Federal Ctr.
Coming from the South 137 Union Blvd.
I-25 North to E-470 to Morrison Road Lakewood, CO USA 80228
West to Rooney Road Phone: 303-969-9900
Right (North) on Rooney Road 1 mile to Track. Fax: 303-989-9847
Coming from the North www.hamptoninn.com
I-25 South to I-70
West to Colfax Exit Holiday Inn Denver West Village
Colfax West to Rooney Road 14707 West Colfax Avenue
Turn left (South) 1/2 mile to track. Golden, CO USA 80401
Phone: 303 279-7611
HOTELS Fax: 303 279-9486
Best Western Denver Southwest www.holiday-inn/den-west.com
3440 South Vance Street
Lakewood, CO USA 80227-5150 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
Phone: 303-989-5500 12683 W. Indore Place
Fax: 303-989-0646 Littleton, CO USA 80127
Website: www.bestwestern.com/denversouthwest Phone: 720-981-1000
Fax: 720-981-1507
Candlewood Suites Denver West www.hiexpress.com
895 Tabor Street Holiday Inn Lakewood
Golden, CO USA 80401 7390 West Hampden Avenue
Phone: 303 232-7171 Lakewood, CO USA 80227
Fax: 303 2232-7979 Phone: 303 980-9200
Website: www.CandlewoodSuites.com Fax: 303 980-6423
www.holidayinnlakewood.com
Comfort Inn Wheat Ridge
10200 West I-70 Frontage Rd So LaQuinta Inn & Suites Lakewood
Wheat Ridge, CO USA 80033 7190 West Hampden Avenue
Phone: 303 422-6346 Lakewood, CO USA 80227
Fax: 303 422-6389 Phone: 303 969-9700
Website: www.comfortinn.com Fax: 303 969-9733
www.986.lq.com
Comfort Suites
11909 W. 6th Ave. Marriott TownePlace Suites
Golden, CO USA 80401 10902 W. Toller Drive
Phone: 303-2319929 Littleton, CO USA 80127
Fax: 303-231-9129 Phone: 303-972-0555
Website: www.choicehotels.com/hotel/co717 Fax: 303-973-9888
Residence Inn by Marriott
Courtyard by Marriott 7050 West Hampden Avenue
7180 W. Hampden Avenue Lakewood, CO USA 80227
Lakewood, CO USA 80227 Phone: 303 985-7676
Phone: 303 985-9696 Fax: 303 985-1257
Fax: 303 985-9364 www.Marriott.com
www.courtyard.com
Sheraton Denver West
Denver Marriott West 360 Union Boulevard
1717 Denver Marriott West Blvd Denver, CO USA 80228
Golden, CO USA 80401 Phone: 303 987-2000
Phone: 303 279-9100 Fax: 720 963-2030
Fax: 303 279-6196 www.sheraton.com/denverwest
Table Mountain Inn
Denver West Super 8 Motel
1310 Washington Avenue
10101 West 48th Avenue
Golden, CO USA 80401
Wheat Ridge, CO USA 80033
Phone: 303 277-9898
Phone: 303 424-8300
Fax: 303 277-0261
Fax: 303 421-0184
www.tablemountaininn.com
Hampton Inn Denver Southwest The Golden Hotel-Bridgewater Grill
3605 South Wadsworth Boulevard 800 11th Street
Lakewood, CO USA 80235 Golden, CO USA 80401
Phone: 303 989-6900 Phone: 303-279-0100
Fax: 303 985-4730 Fax: 303-279-9353
www.thegoldenhotel.com
Towne Place Suites by Marriott
800 Tabor Street
Golden, CO USA 80401
Phone: 303 232-7790
Fax: 303 285-9762

Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.mxthundervalley.com

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76 Outdoor Nationals - Washougal
July 30- 31 1:00 p.m. PST HOTEL INFORMATION
The Unbound Energy National at Washougal MX Park Staybridge Suites 360.891.8282
Phoenix Inn 360.891.9777
Presented by Yamaha & Scott USA Residence Inn 360.253.4800
Location: Washougal Motocross Park, Washougal, WA Heathman Lodge 360.254.3100
Tickets & event info: Washougal Motocross Park Comfort Suites 360.253.3100
Sleep Inn 360.254.0900
Phone: 541.673.1671
Holiday Inn Express 360.253.5000
Track: 360.837.3975 Rama Inn, Washougal 360.835.8591
Rick Huffman: 360.837.3384
Website: www.Washougalmx.com AMATEUR RACING JULY 28th, 29th & 30th 2005
Promoter:
Ralph & Carolyn Huffman PRE-ENTRY ONLY $45.00 PER CLASS
1224 N.E. Walnut Street, PMB 297 There will be post entry only if classes are not full @$75.00 per class and must be
Roseburg, OR 97470-5106 done in the evenings. Entry forms will be available on our web page,
www.washougalmx.com, in late May or early June. If you do not have access to the
Phone: 541.673.1674
internet, call 541-673-1671 in late May and we'll be glad to mail you one. Please read
Fax: 541.673.1571 all information carefully. You only need one entry form per person! Classes are limit-
Track Location: ed to two (2) per rider. AMA memberships required and can be purchased at the
Washougal MX Park track.
40205 NE Borin Road Please mail entry fees only with your entry. DO NOT mail admission, camping, etc.
Washougal, WA 98671-9529 with your entry.
SCHEDULE We may ask to see a birth certificate or drivers license for proof of age.
Gates open Wednesday, July 27th at 10:00 a.m. for the amateur events through Bike Numbers:
Sunday - 24 hours a day. No letters with your numbers, numbers only!
Gates open for the 125/250 National Sunday @ 7:00 a.m.
CLASSES
Saturday
Pro Practice at Approx. Noon THURSDAY JULY 28th 25+ C
Sunday ALL 50's 30+ A, 30+ B, 30+ C
Prop Practice: 9:00 a.m. ALL 80's WOMEN MINI
Qualifiers: 10:30 a.m. 125 C
Race: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 125 D SATURDAY JULY 30th
250/OPEN C WOMEN A
TICKETS 250/OPEN D WOMEN B
There are no single day admissions except on Sunday. No refunds on admissions! 4-STROKE B & C 40+ A
NO CHECKS, CASH ONLY! 25+ A/B 40+ B
Admission: WOMEN C 40+ C
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Ticket ------ $45.00 4-STROKE A
Friday, Saturday, Sunday Ticket ------ $40.00 FRIDAY JULY 29th
Saturday, Sunday Ticket ------ $40.00 ALL 60's
Sunday only Ticket ------ $30.00 SUPERMINI
6 & under free all days. 125 A & 125 B
250/OPEN A
CAMPING 250/OPEN B
Overnight Camping BTH B/C & D
$40.00 Per vehicle whether you camp one night or four
PRACTICE STARTS AT 7:00 AM / RACING 9 am THURS. & FRI. 8:00 am SAT.
PARKING Entries must be received by July 13th, 2005. Everyone must check in at the event.
Check-in will be open Wednesday evening from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm and Thursday
Car Parking $5.00 Thursday thru Saturday / Sunday Free
& Friday evenings until 8pm. Check-in will also be open Thursday, Friday & Saturday
morning from 6:00 am to 8:00 am. REMEMBER post entry only if the classes are not
Please park in an orderly fashion. Do not save or banner off areas. If you want to
full and must be done in the evenings.
park or camp with friends, please arrive at the same time. Be courteous to your
neighbors. First come, first served. We will refund your entry fee if you are unable to race if you MAIL a note before the
event or NO LATER than two (2) weeks after the event, (by Aug. 15th). Refunds only
PADDOCK PASSES if person did not check in and ride at all.
Paddock Passes DIRECTIONS
$15.00 Per Day
North or South I-5 take the I-205 offramp and then at Vancouver take the eastbound
Saturday’s
SR-14 exit. Proceed east approximently 6 miles to Washougal and then take a left at
Sold from 10:00 a.m. until sold out
the 15th Street signal. Stay on this street and soon it crosses the Washougal River
Good from 12 noon until 3:00 p.m.
after which it is called the Washougal River Road/SR-140. Proceed carefully (curvy)
Sunday’s
up the Washougal River Road for approximently 6.5 miles. At this point off to your
Sold from 7:00 a.m. until sold out
left you will see Hughes/Bear Prairie Road heading diagonally up a steep hill. Turn
Good from 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon
left onto this road and proceed up the hill for about 1 mile and then turn right onto
Borin Road. Travel down this paved road for about 2 miles and the entrance to the
GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION track will be on your left hand side. Proceed up the driveway until you reach the
- No alcohol allowed national week. We will have beer concessions. admissions booth.
- Due to county ordinance, vehicles will be subject to search.
- Armbands: They are waterproof and must be worn on your wrist from the time
you enter Washougal MX Park until Sunday after the races are over. If they
are removed, broken or worn anywhere but on your wrist, you will have to
purchase another one.
- No pit bikes, ATV’s, scooters, golf carts, etc. allowed
- No pets!
- No spectator tarps or canopies

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WASHOUGAL PAST CHAMPIONS August 13-14, 2005 1:00 p.m. CST
250cc Motocross Spring Creek Motocross Park
August 1, 2004 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
July 27, 2003 Kevin Windham, Centreville, MS Honda Location: Spring Creek Motocross Park, Millville, MN
July 28, 2002 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda Tickets & event info: Hi-Winders
July 29, 2001 Kevin Windham, Centreville, MS Suzuki Phone: (507) 753-2779
July 30, 2000 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki Web Site: www.SpringcreekMX.com
August 1, 1999 Jimmy Button, Lake Elsinore, CA Yamaha Promoter:
August 2, 1998 Doug Henry, Oxford, CT Yamaha John or Greta Martin
August 17, 1997 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki RR1 Box 32A
August 18, 1996 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Suzuki Millville, MN 55957
August 6, 1995 Jeremy McGrath, Murietta, CA Honda Phone: 507.753.2779
August 14, 1994 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Kawasaki Fax: 507.753.2448
August 25, 1985 Johnny O'Mara, Gardnerville, NV Honda SCHEDULE
August 19, 1984 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Yamaha TICKETS
August 14, 1983 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, VA Yamaha
Tickets can be purchased weekend of the event at park entrance. No sell outs! Child
price ticket already reflects discount. No Thursday - Saturday only tickets! No
125cc Motocross
refunds! Event runs rain or shine. No checks or Canadian currency accepted.
August 1, 2004 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki
Visa/Mastercard/Travelers Checks/Cash accepted at park entrance gate.
July 27, 2003 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
July 28, 2002 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
Gate Hours
July 29, 2001 Michael Brown, Piney Flats, TN Kawasaki
3 pm - 10 pm Wednesday (10th)
July 30, 2000 Travis Pastrana, Annapolis, MD Suzuki
6 am - 10 pm Thursday (11th)
August 1, 1999 Brock Sellards, New Philadelphia, OH Honda
6 am - 10 pm Friday (12th)
August 2, 1998 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
6 am - 10 pm Saturday (13th)
August 17, 1997 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
6 am Sunday (14th)
August 18, 1996 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda
Aug. 6, 1995 Mike Brown, Gray, TN Honda 1 pm Start Saturday Schedule SUNDAY- QUALIFYING BY RACES
Aug. 14, 1994 Ryan Hughes, Escondido, CA Kawasaki
Aug. 8, 1993 Jeff Emig, Highland Ranch, CA Yamaha SATURDAY - QUALIFYING BY RACES 8:00am - 1:00pm
Will Call
August 2, 1992 Jeff Emig, Highland, CA Yamaha
7:00am - 9:00am
September 1, 1991 Larry Ward, Society Hill, SC Suzuki Semi Truck Parking 8:30am -
August 12, 1990 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki Riders Meeting Mandatory
August 27, 1989 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Honda 9:00am -
August 28, 1988 George Holland, Kerman, CA Honda Paddock Open To Credential 8:45am -
Holders Chapel Service
August 24, 1986 Erik Kehoe, Granada Hills, CA Suzuki
August 25, 1985 A. J. Whiting, Sherman Oaks, CA Suzuki 9:00am - 12:30pm 9:00am - 9:20am
August 19, 1984 Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA Kawasaki Registration And Tech At Track For 125 Practice
August 14, 1983 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki Pro's
August 8, 1982 Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA Kawasaki 9:20am - 9:40am
9:00am - 2:00pm 250 Practice
August 2, 1981 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki
Will Call
July 6, 1980 Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL Suzuki 9:40am - 9:50am
12:30pm - 12:45pm Track Maintenance
500cc Motocross Riders Meeting Mandatory
August 8, 1993 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Honda 9:50am - 10:10am
1:00pm - 1:20pm 125 Practice
August 2, 1992 Mike Kiedrowski, Acton, CA Kawasaki
125 Non-Seeded Practice
September 1, 1991 Jeff Ward, San Juan Capistrano, CA Kawasaki 10:10am - 10:30am
August 12, 1990 Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI Honda 1:25pm - 1:45pm 250 Practice
August 27, 1989 Jeff Ward, San Juan Capistrano, CA Kawasaki 125/250 Seeded Practice
August 28, 1988 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda 10:45am to Completion
1:50pm - 2:10 pm Qualifying Races 2 Heats 1
August 24, 1986 Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA Kawasaki Consolation
250 Non-Seeded Practice
August 25, 1985 Eric Eaton, Tacoma, WA Yamaha
August 19, 1984 Broc Glover, El Cajon, CA Yamaha 2:15pm - 2:35pm Race for 125 & 250
August 14, 1983 Broc Glover, El Cajon, CA Yamaha 125 Non-Seeded Practice
August 8, 1982 Mike Bell, Lakewood, CA Yamaha 12:30pm
2:40pm - 3:00pm Opening Ceremonies
August 2, 1981 Broc Glover, El Cajon, CA Yamaha
125/250 Seeded Practice
July 6, 1980 Chuck Sun, Sherwood, OR Honda 1:00pm
3:05pm - 3:25pm Moto 1 125 National 30Mins + 2Laps
250 Non-Seeded Practice
Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.SpringcreekMX.com 2:00pm
3:45pm to Completion Moto 1 250 National 30Mins + 2 Laps
Pre-Qualifier Races 2 Heats 1
Consolation 3:30pm
Moto 2 125 National 30 Mins + 2 Laps
Race For 125 & 250
4:10pm
125 Victory Circle

4:20pm
Moto 2 250 National 30Mins + 2 Laps

5:10pm
Victory Circle

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78 Outdoor Nationals - Millville
At The Gate Ticket Prices Hubert H. Humphrey Terminal - St. Paul 1 Hr. & 30 min. away
Adult Kids (6-12) www.mspairport.com/MSP/airport/expansion/Humphrey-Terminal
$55 (5 days) $25 (5 days) Directions to Track: Take 494 East to Hwy 52 south (Rochester Exit)
$55 (4 days) $25 (4 days) Follow Hwy 52 to Zumbrota. On south side of Zumbrota take Hwy 60 East exit
$50 (3 days) $25 (3 days) to Zumbro Falls. Follow Hwy 60 East - 21 miles to Cty. Rd 11. Turn right onto
$40 (2 days) $20 (2 days) Cty. Rd. 11 - all park entances are on right side of Cty. Rd. 11.
$30 (Sun. only) $15 (Sun. only)
Rochester International Airport - 45 minutes away
Helgerson Drive SW Rochester, MN 55902
Phone: 507.282.2328
Under 5 free, No refunds, No Wednesday through Saturday only tickets! www.rochesterintlairport.com
Advanced Ticket Prices Directions to Track: Take Hwy 63 north to Zumbro Falls. Turn right onto Hwy
Go to www.springcreekmx.com/national_tickets.html for advance ticket order form 60 and follow east 9 miles to Cty. Rd. 11. Turn right onto Cty. Rd. 11 - park
you can send by mail. entrance are on right side of road.
Adult Kids (6-12)
$50 (5 days) $25 (5 days) CAMPING
$50 (4 days) $25 (4 days) Gates Open: Hours: Camping Prices: (Per Vehicle)
$45 (3 days) $25 (3 days)
$35 (2 days) $20 (2 days) Wednesday, August 10th
$25 (Sun. only) $15 (Sun. only) 3 pm - 10 pm
$60 (3 nights)
Save $5 per adult priced ticket - 5 yrs. & under are FREE! , Available June 1st
- August 1st at the following locations: Thursday, August 11th
6 am - 10 pm
Spring Creek MX Park - available June 1st - August 1st by mail, phone, fax or at $60 (3 nights)
park sign-up. Money orders, VISA/Mastercard & cash are accepted. NO
CHECKS! No Canadian currency - see advanced ticket form to order. Friday, August 12th
River Valley Power & Sport/KTM/Polaris/John Deere in Rochester - June 1st to 6 am - 10 pm
event weekend - no mail or phone orders please $50 (2 nights)
River Valley Power & Sport in Red Wing - June 1st to event weekend - no mail or
phone orders please Saturday, August 13th
Bob's Cycle Supply in St. Paul - June 1st to event weekend - no mail or phone 6 am - 10 pm
orders please $50 (1 night)
PIT PASSES Sunday, August 14th
Pit Hours - open to Pit Pass Holders: 6 am
Saturday Noon - 2 PM No Sunday night camping
Sunday 9 AM - NOON
Camping Rules and Regulations
Not available on Wednesday or Thursday - Primitive camping on grounds
$20 for Sat./Sun - Camping charges must be paid the weekend of the event at the park entrance -
$15 for Sun. only - Camping & event tickets are separate charges.
- No alcohol allowed into park - beer concession on grounds
Friday: sign-up Noon - 6 PM - Vehicles & coolers subject to search
$20 for Sat./Sun - No fires, fireworks or firearms
$15 for Sun. only - Assigned camping spaces - no saving or bannering off spots
- If you do not have a camping permit you will be asked to park in the day parking lot
Sold at Sign-Up 9 am - 3 pm - All permits must be visible thru the windshield of your vehicle
$15 Sun. only, - Bag all garbage & place in front of your vehicle for daily pickup
Sold at Pro Pit Entrance gates 7 AM - 11 AM - You are responsible for your wristband. If it is lost or stolen you must purchase a
new one
DIRECTIONS - Visitors or day passes must exit the park by 9 PM each night
Driving Directions Directions from the South (Rochester) & West (Iowa): - No Pets
Take Hwy. 63 north through Rochester to Zumbro Falls. In Zumbro Falls turn right - Security/Medical Services/Will Call & Information can be found at the park entrance
onto Hwy. 60 & head east 9 miles to Wabasha Cty. Rd. 11. At Cty. Rd. 11 turn right - Bathrooms, handcapped units, water supply, outdoor shower & concessions on
& the park entrance is the first driveway on the right side. grounds
Directions from the North (Minneapolis): - No additional charge for grandstand seating
Take Hwy. 52 south to Zumbrota. On the south side of Zumbrota take Hwy. 60 east - Yes - you can bring your: lawn chairs, coolers, food, pop & bicycles
to Zumbro Falls. Follow Hwy. 60 east 21 miles through Zumbro Falls & to Wabasha - Any violation of these rules will result in removal from the park and possible arrest.
Cty. Rd. 11. At Cty. Rd. 11 turn right & the park entrance is the first driveway on the Rules will be strictly enforced! Sorry, no Sunday night camping at Spring
right side. Creek!
Directions from the East (Chicago): Outside the Track Campgrounds
Take I-90 west thru Wisconsin. After LaCrosse take Hwy. 61 thru Kellogg. Turn left Bluff Valley Campground - Zumbro Falls - 15 minutes away on Hwy. 60
onto Cty. Rd. 81 (Not 18!) & follow to stop sign. Turn left onto Hwy. 60 & go 10 miles Phone: 507.753.2955
to Cty. Rd. 11. Turn left onto Cty. Rd. 11 & the park entrance is the first driveway on Lake Pepin Campgrounds & Trailer Court - 20 minutes away on Hwy. 61
the right side. Phone: 651.345.2909
Sportsmans Park - Zumbro Falls - 15 minutes away on Hwy.
DIRECTIONS FROM AIRPORTS Phone: 631.507.753.2568
Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport - 1 Hr. & 30 min. away Whippoorwill Ranch & Kampground - Theilman - 15 minutes away on Cty. Rd. 4
4300 Glumack Drive St. Paul, MN 55111 1-612-726-5555 Phone: 651.534.3590
www.mspairport.com/msp/
HOTELS
Directions to track:Take Hwy 494 East to Hwy 52 South (Rochester Exit) Rochester - 45 minutes - Hwy 63 & Hwy 52:
Follow Hwy 52 to Zumbrota. On south side of Zumbrota take the Hwy 60 East Hampton Inn -1753 South Broadway Rochester 1-507-287-9050
Exit to Zumbro Falls. Follow Hwy 60 East - 21 miles to Cty. Rd. 11. Turn right www.hamptoninnrochester.com
onto Cty. Rd. 11 - all park entrances are on right side of Cty. Rd. 11. Ramada Hotel & Conference Center - 1517 16th St. SW Rochester
Phone: 1-800-552-7224 www.ramada.com

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Outdoor Nationals - Broome-Tioga 79
Country Inn & Suites 4323 Hwy. 52 North on West Frontage Rd. (Exit 55th St.) August 20-21, 2005 1:00 P.M. EST
Rochester
Phone: 507.285.3335 www.countryinns.com/rochestermn_north Broome-Tioga
AmericInn Hotel & Suites - 5708 Hwy 52 NW East Frontage Rd. (Exit 55th St.) Location: Broome-Tioga Sports Center, Binghamton, NY
Phone: 507.289.3344 or 1-800-634-3344 Tickets & Event Information:
Microtel Inn & Suites - 4210 Hwy 52 Rochester (exit 55th St.) Broome-Tioga Sports Center
Phone: 800.245.9535
Phone: 607.849.4438
Rochester Convention & Visitors Bureau:
Phone: 507.288.4331
Web Site: www.Broom-Tioga.com
Lake City - 20 minutes - Hwy 61: Promoter: Tom and Peg Hurd
AmericInn Lake City - 1615 Lakeshore Dr. N (Hwy 61) 1.651.345.5611 50 Shaffer Road
Lake City Country Inn - 1401 Lakeshore Dr. N. (Hwy 61) 1.651.345.5351 Richford, NY 13835
Sunset Motel & Resort - 1515 Lakeshore Dr. N (Hwy 61) 1.651.345.5331 Fax: 607.849.6906
Lake City Chamber of Commerce - 1-651-565-4158
Wabasha - 25 minutes - Hwy. 61:
AmericInn Lodge & Suites - 150 Commerce St. (Hwy. 60 & Hwy 61) SCHEDULE
Phone: 651.565.5366 Gates Open Thurs. evening August 18 at 6:00 p.m.
Eagles on the RiverInn Tel & Suites - Hwy 60 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Sign-up NO EARLY ARRIVALS
Phone: 800.482.8188 or 651.565.4561 Fri., Aug. 19 6 a.m. - 8 a.m. Sign-up
www.eaglesontheriver.com or sandy@eaglesontheriver.com 8 a.m. Practice
Wabasha Chamber of Commerce 9:30 a.m. Suzuki East Coast Amateur Nationals
Phone: 651.565.4158
Sat., Aug. 20 8 a.m. Suzuki Amateur Nationals
Red Wing - 45 minutes - Hwy 61:
3 p.m. Pro Qualifiers
Treasure Island Hotel & Casino/ Cruises/Golf Course - Hwy 61 & 316
Women's Championship
Phone: 800.222.7077 www.treasureislandcasino.com
AmericInn - 1819 Old West Main St. Sun., Aug. 21 Chevy Trucks/AMA
Phone: 651.385.9060 www.americinn.net 125/250 US MX Championships
Zumbrota - 45 minutes - Hwy 52: 9 a.m. Practice
Super 8 Motel - 1435 North Star Drive 1-507-732-7852 10 a.m. Qualifying
www.super8zumbrotamn.com 1 p.m. Racing
MILLVILLE PAST CHAMPIONS Mon., Aug. 22
250cc Motocross 9 a.m. Tony D MX School
August 15, 2004 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
August 17, 2003 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda TICKETS
August 18, 2002 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
Tickets Available at the Gate
August 19, 2001 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
- No Sellouts -
August 13, 2000 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
August 15, 1999 Greg Albertyn, South Africa Suzuki DIRECTIONS
August 16, 1998 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki
Take Route 81 to Exit 8 (Whitney Point) to Route 79 West,
August 3, 1997 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki
August 4, 1996 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki go 8 miles to the track.
July 30, 1995 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki
August 7, 1994 John Dowd, Chicopee, MA Yamaha HOTELS
August 11, 1985 Bob Hannah, Carson City, NV Honda Holiday Inn Arena, Binghamton, NY
August 5, 1984 Ron Lechien, El Cajon, CA Honda Official Race Headquarters
August 28, 1983 Bob Hannah, Axton, VA Honda
Ask for Special Room Rates
125cc Motocross Phone: 607-722-1212
August 15, 2004 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki
August 17, 2003 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
Other Hotels & Motels in the Area
August 18, 2002 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
August 19, 2001 Grant Langston, S. Africa KTM Banner Motel 607.723.8211
August 13, 2000 Travis Pastrana, Annapolis, MD Suzuki Best Western Reservations 800.528.1234
August 15, 1999 Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, MI Kawasaki Budget Inn 607.723.4964
August 16, 1998 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki Comfort Inn 607.722.5353
August 3, 1997 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki Day’s Inn 607.724.3297
August 4, 1996 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda Econo Lodge 607.775.3443
July 30, 1995 Robbie Reynard, Moore, OK Kawasaki Howard Johnsons 607.754.7575
Aug. 7, 1994 Steve Lamson, Pollock PInes, CA Honda King’s Inn 607.754.8020
Aug. 15, 1993 Jeff Emig, Highland Ranch, CA Yamaha Motel 6 607.771.0400
August 16, 1992 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Kawasaki Point Motel 607.692.4451
August 11, 1991 Mike LaRocco, La Porte, IN Kawasaki Ramada Inn Reservations 800.228.2828
August 19, 1990 Mike LaRocco, La Porte, IN Suzuki
Red Roof Inn Reservations 800.843.7663
August 20, 1989 Damon Bradshaw, Charlotte, NC Yamaha
Super 8 Reservations 800.800.8000
August 14, 1988 Donny Schmit, Bloomington, MN Suzuki
August 23, 1987 Donny Schmit, Bloomington , MN Suzuki CAMPGROUNDS
August 10, 1986 Micky Dymond, Yorba Linda, CA Honda Chenango Shores Campground 607.648-9030
August 11, 1985 Ron Lechien, El Cajon, CA Honda Echo Lake Resort & Campground 607.639.2666
August 5, 1984 Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA Kawasaki Kellystone Park Campsites 607.639.1090
August 28, 1983 Ron Lechien, El Cajon, CA Yamaha Lakeside Campground 607.655.2694
500cc Motocross Pine Crest Camping Area 607.655.1515
August 15, 1993 Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI Honda Pine Valley Campground 607.785.6868
August 16, 1992 Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI Honda
Twin Brooks Recreation 607.648.9725
August 11, 1991 Jean-Michel Bayle, France Honda
Twin Hill Park 607.785.3668
August 19, 1990 Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI Honda
August 20, 1989 Jeff Ward, San Juan Capistrano, CA Kawasaki West Branch Angler & Sportsman’s Resort 607.467.5525
August 14, 1988 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda Yogi’s 607.849.6224
August 23, 1987 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda
August 10, 1986 Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA Honda Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.Broom-Tioga.com
August 11, 1985 David Bailey, Axton, VA Honda
Sources: www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.springcreekmx.com

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80 Outdoor Nationals - Steel City
September 3-4, 2005 1:00 EST TRACK ACCESS POLICY
The racetrack is OFF LIMITS AT ALL TIMES to all spectators. Spectators are not per-
Steel City National mitted to enter the racetrack for any purpose. DO NOT STEAL THE BANNERS!
Steel City Raceway, Delmont, PA Spectators are not permitted to take the banners - this is dangerous, especially when
bikes are still on the track. Parents, you are responsible for your own children -
Tickets & Event Information: Racer Productions
please do not let them take banners off the track. Adults, you should know better.
Phone: 304.284.0084 Violators will be prosecuted. This prohibition will be strictly enforced.
Web Site: www.steelcitymx.com or
www.racerproductions.com WILL CALL
Promoter: Will Call is located at the Main Entrance.
Bellco, Inc. NPG Will Call is open on Saturday from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm,
122 Vista Del Rio Drive and on Sunday from 7:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Morgantown, WV 26508
AMA Will Call is open on Saturday from 9:00 am - 2 pm only,
Phone: 304.284.0084
and on Sunday from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm.

The following information is for the 2004 National PRO RIDER ACCESS
race and has been provided as a general guide. As of Pro riders who arrive before obtaining their AMA credentials on Saturday will be
charged spectator admission fees. No refunds will be given. To avoid these fees, Pro
June 1st, the 2005 information was not available! riders must first obtain their credentials from AMA before entering the facility. Pro/Am
Check www.racerproductions.com after August 1 for riders are welcome to participate in the amateur program on Thursday or Friday, but
will be required to pay the applicable admission fees. AMA Pro Registration is locat-
the most current schedules & information. ed with AMA Will Call, and opens at 9:00 am.

DIRECTIONS PRESS CREDENTIALS


From Pittsburgh, PA take Route 22 east to Delmont, then Route 66 North approx. 3 To request press credentials, please contact Pat Schutte.
miles, turn right at the Blue VW on a pole(Slickville Road) E-mail: pat.schutte@omsltd.com, or phone (734) 222-0688.

From Morgantown, WV, take Route 119 North to Route 66 (Toll) North. Stay on local CAMPING
Route 66 North through Delmont. Go approximately 3 miles, turn right at the Blue Overnight camping is available starting Wednesday evening. There are no electric
VW on a pole (Slickville Road) or water hook-ups.
From Johnstown, PA take Route 22 west to Delmont, then Route 66 North approx. 3 Camping is:
miles, turn right at the Blue VW on a pole (Slickville Road) $50 per vehicle if you arrive Wednesday or Thursday;
$40 per vehicle if you arrive Friday; and
TICKETS $30 per vehicle if you arrive Saturday.
Tickets are available at the Main Gate before Sunday and at the various Sunday
gates. We have plenty of room and do not sell out. We will park you as you arrive, in the next available space, in the area of your choice.
There is no saving spots for people who will arrive later. If you want to camp with
New this year! Advance ticket sales are available at these dealerships. someone, please meet them off-site and arrive together. Camping spaces are no
Morgantown Honda wider than 20’. Spots will be marked, and there will be an additional charge for camps
526 Mileground Road that sprawl past the designated area. No campsites, tents or awnings are permitted
Morgantown, WV 26508 within 20’ of the motocross track fence.
Phone: 304.296.9055 NO PETS! Please do not bring your pets. We like dogs too, but they do not belong
Cernic's (Johnstown) at a pro racing event. If you bring your dog, you will be required to leave the facility
500 Cooper Avenue or board the dog at a local kennel. Local kennel information is below.
Johnstown, PA. 15906 CAMPFIRES: We permit SMALL, contained campfires. Please keep them to a 20”
Phone: 1.800.CERNIC-5 or 814.539.4114 diameter. Please do not abuse this privilege. We will not permit large bonfires or the
Cernic's (Duncansville) burning of furniture. No palates or burning in garbage barrels, please.
499 Route 764 Next to Pizza Hut) We do not permit fireworks, glass beverage containers, house furniture or pets. All
Duncansville, Pa. 16635 vehicles are subject to search. Please see the complete list of Weekend Rules
Phone: 814.695.2453 (BIKE) below.
Our ticket fees are through Sunday’s event, no matter what day you arrive. We do Quiet time is 11:00 pm nightly. All loud generators must be turned off at this time.
not have single day tickets, and there are No Refunds. Since this is a professional
event, our fees are based accordingly. If you only want to see amateur racing and Gates close daily from midnight to 6:00 am. You may leave after this time, but you
do not want to stay for Sunday’s Pro event, then please visit us on one of our other many not re-enter until 6:00 am. Please plan accordingly.
weekends. You must wear your wristband at all times. If you leave the facility, you must have it
Bleachers are available, but seating is limited. We have festival seating, and blan- on in order to re-enter. This is your gate ticket. Do not take it off.
kets and lawn chairs are welcome. Feel free to roam the infield and scout out the rac-
ing action from numerous vantage points. DAY PARKING
Ticket prices are for Adults. Children 6 years of age and under are free. We will have a DAY ONLY parking area for those arriving Thursday, Friday or
Saturday, but not staying overnight. If you are not camping, you will be required to
Adult: park in the Day Parking area. This area must be vacated by 7:00 pm daily. Anyone
Wednesday-Sunday $60 arriving after 4:00 pm must pay for camping.
Thursday-Sunday $60
Friday-Sunday $50 Sunday parking is FREE on the facility.
Saturday-Sunday $40
Sunday only $25 - Rain or Shine Pro Racer Entrance - Proper credential required.
All compimentary passes must be arranged in advance.

ALCOHOL POLICY PRO PIT PASSES


For the second year, we will not permit open alcohol containers until Sunday’s pro
Pro Pit Passes can be purchased at the track and are not available in advance.
event. That means, you can bring alcohol in, but you cannot open it until Sunday
DAY. We have amateur racing on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, so please limit your Saturday Pit Passes are sold:
alcohol use to Sunday’s Pro event. We reserve the right to remove anyone who vio- Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Announcer’s Tower.
lates this policy. Saturday access is from 12:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The cost is $10.00.
(Remember: although we permit coolers, we do not permit glass containers or beer
kegs.)

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Sunday Pit Passes are sold: HOTEL INFORMATION
Sunday from 8:00 am to 11:00 am at the Announcer’s Tower.
Sunday access is from 9:00 am to noon. The cost is $20.00. Delmont, PA: 3 miles from track 3 Miles South on Rt. 66
Super-8 Motel 724.468.4888
Rules for Pro Pit Passes: Holiday Inn Express 800.465.4329
1. No alcohol is permitted in the pro pits.
2. Children must be accompanied by an adult pass-holder. New Stanton, PA: 10 miles from track Take Rt. 66 south to Rt. 70 west, Exit 26
3. Entry is only through the Lower Pro Pit Gate. Comfort Inn 724.755.2400
4. You may not access the track at any time. Days Inn 724.925.3591
5. There will be scheduled autograph sessions at each team rig. Autographs are Howard Johnson's 724.925.3511
only available as scheduled. Autographs are not guaranteed. Ramada Inn 724.925.6755
6. Anyone removing or taking an item from a team rig or pit area without permis- Super.8 Motel 724.925.8915
sion will be prosecuted. Greensburg, PA: 15 miles from track Take Rt. 66 south to Rt. 30 east
7. Entry to the Pro Pits is at your own risk. You are responsible for your own safety. Comfort Inn 724.832.2600
Eastwood Motor Inn 724.836.1648
WEEKEND RULES Econo.Lodge 724.834.6700
We want you to have a fun and safe national weekend. Please abide by these sim- Hampton Inn 724.838.8800
ple rules: Knights Inn 724.836.7100
1. THE RACETRACK IS OFF LIMITS TO SPECTATORS - STAY OFF THE TRACK. Mountain View Inn 724.834.5300
Spectators are not permitted to take the banners - this is dangerous, especially when Sheraton 724.836.6060
bikes are still on the track. Parents - keep your children off the track. Violators will Monroeville, PA: 20 miles from track Take Rt. 66 south to Rt. 22 west
be prosecuted. Monroeville Holiday Inn 412.372.1022
2. No open alcohol containers until Sunday. We have amateur racing on Thursday, Days Inn 412.856.1610
Friday and Saturday, so please limit your alcohol use to Sunday. Hampton Inn 412.380.4000
3. NO PETS! You wouldn’t take your motorcycle inside a dog show, so don’t bring Palace Inn 412.372.5500
your dog to a motorcycle race. There are just too many people. Radisson Hotel 412.373.7300
4. No fireworks Ramada Inn 412.244.1600
5. No weapons Red Roof Inn 412.856.4738
6. No beer kegs or glass containers
7. No scaffolding or ladders
8. No house furniture. This includes mattresses, lounge chairs and couches. Plastic STEEL CITY PAST CHAMPIONS
lawn furniture is permitted. 250cc MX
9. No pit bikes, quads, scooters, golf carts, etc. 2003 Ricky Carmichael Honda
10. Only registered racers and authorized personnel are permitted on the racetrack. 2002 Ricky Carmichael Honda
No one is permitted on the racetrack at night. 2001 Kevin Windham Suzuki
11. Spectators with disabilities must stop at the front gate to pick up a Special Access 2000 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
permit. With the permit, vehicles can be ridden around the facility. Please use cau- 1999 Greg Albertyn Suzuki
tion while riding at the facility. 1998 Doug Henry Yamaha
1997 Jeff Emig Kawasaki
OTHER EVENT INFORMATION 1996 Jeff Emig Kawasaki
1995 Jeremy McGrath Honda
Search Policy: All vehicles are subject to search at any time. If any fireworks, glass
1994 Mike LaRocco Kawasaki
containers, or other prohibited items are found, you may remove them from
the property yourself, or we will dispose of them for you. We are not respon
125cc MX
sible for the safe return of any contraband removed.
2003 James Stewart Kawasaki
Please use our trash receptacles. If you need trash bags, you can get them from 2002 James Stewart Kawasaki
the front gate. 2001 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
GENERAL INFORMATION is located at the Main Gate. 2000 Travis Pastrana Suzuki
1999 Ricky Carmichael Kawasaki
RIDER INFORMATION is located at Rider Registration. 1998 Robbie Reynard Suzuki
WILL CALL is located at the Main Entrance. 1997 Kevin Windham Yamaha
1996 Kevin Windham Yamaha
FIRST AID is located at the Ambulance Station across from the Announcer Tower.
1995 Steve Lamson Honda
SECURITY is headquartered at the Pro Gate intersection. 1994 Robbie Reynard Kawasaki
LOST & FOUND is located at Rider Registration. 1993 Robbie Reynard Kawasaki
1992 Jeff Emig Yamaha
1991 Guy Cooper Suzuki
RADIO STATION 1990 Mike Kiedrowski Honda
Please keep your radio tuned to WWMX, 88.1 (or in that range), for up-to-date 1989 Jeff Matiasevich Kawasaki
announcements, racing news, interviews and information throughout the weekend. 1988 Erik Kehoe Suzuki
Although we have a public address system, the best way to stayed tuned is to tune
in. 500cc MX
HOSPITAL 1993 Mike Kiedrowski Kawasaki
Westmoreland Hospital is the nearest hospital. The number is (724) 832-4000. 1992 Jeff Ward Kawasaki
Directions from the track are: Left out of the entrance to Route 66. Left onto Route 1991 Jeff Ward Kawasaki
66 South to downtown Greensburg. Follow the blue “H” signs. 1990 Jeff Ward Kawasaki
1989 Jeff Ward Kawasaki
1988 Rick Johnson Honda
POST EVENT INFORMATION
Results will be posted after the event at www.mxnationals.com
Photos will be posted after the event at www.mxnationals.com Sources:
Event products: T-shirts, hats, etc.: Can be purchased at event. www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.steelcitymx.com
FOR MORE INFO: contact info@steelcitymx.com:
(304) 284-0084 (9:00 am - 6:00 pm EST)
email: info@steelcitymx.com
website: www.steelcitymx.com

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82 Outdoor Nationals - Glen Helen
September 10-12 1:00 pm PST Gate Locations:
Yamaha Presents 10th Annual Giant RV AMA 125/250 All gates close at 11pm Wednesday through Saturday. Sunday at 7pm.
Motocross National. “THE FINALS” of the AMA Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Motocross Champion Series Presented by FMF Gate A: General Admission
6 am-11pm
Location: Glen Helen Raceway Park, San Bernardino, CA
Saturday and Sunday
Event Information: Glen Helen Raceway Inc. Gate A: Credentials Only
Tickets: 909.880.1733 6 am-11pm
Web Site: www.glenhelen.com Saturday and Sunday
Promoter: Gate B: General Admission Entrance
Lori Yarnell 6 am-11 pm
P.O. Box 6950 (NO GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET SALES AFTER 6PM)
San Bernardino, CA 92412
Sunday Only
Phone: 909.880.3090
Gate 3: General Admission Entrance (Located off Glen Helen Parkway)
Fax: 909.381.0687 6 am-7 pm
GENERAL SCHEDULE *NO GLEN HELEN WILL CALL!!!! *THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS OR
Wednesday, September 7 EXCHANGES FOR ANY REASON! All Sales are final. Lost, stolen, or broken
12 pm - 11pm - Track Gates Open bands (wristbands) WILL NOT BE REPLACED AND ARE NOT VALID.
12 pm - 6 pm - Amateur Registration
WEEKEND PASSES – Wednesday thru Sunday
Thursday, September 8 Adults
6th Annual Invitational Golf Benefit - Benefiting the Emergency Trauma Care $40
Center at Loma Linda University Medical Center
Jurupa Hills Country Club Juniors - ages 6-12 years
6161 Moraga Ave., Riverside, CA 92509 $25
For more golf information or sponsor information Children 5 years and under
click here or call Bill at 951-313-8260 FREE
Thursday, Friday or Saturday Only pass will NOT be sold
Thursday, September 8
AMA Amateur MX Championship Day 1 SUNDAY ONLY TICKETS NOT available online and will NOT SELL-OUT at the
6:00 am - Gates Open/Amateur Registration park! Available at track on race day or at participating Yamaha Dealers
7:00 am - Practice Adults
8:30 am - 4:00 pm Race $30
Classes: 125cc, 4-Strokes, Jr. Vets (+25), 65cc, 50cc, Superminis Juniors - ages 6-12 years
$20
Friday, September 9
Children 5 years and under
AMA Amateur MX Championship Day 2
FREE
6:00 am - 11pm - Gates Open
7:00 am - Willie Nelson’s City of New Orleans (CD) over PA Glen Helen Raceway Seasons Passes are Not Valid for National Weekend!
7:00 am - Practice
8:30 am - 4 pm - Race HOLESHOT CLUB
Classes: 250cc, Vet (+30), Senior +40), 85cc, Schoolboy, Women By invitation only initially, with priority going to last year’s club members. Look for
your invitation via email.
Saturday, September 10 $150.00 per person INCLUDES:
All Credentialed Personnel Processed through Gate A 4-day General Admission Ticket
Special Reserved Grandstand Seating
6 am - 8 pm Gate A: Credential Only (No General Admission)
Saturday & Sunday Pro Pit Access
6 am - 11pm Gate B: General Admission (No Credentialing)
Giant RV Event Program
No General Admission Tickets sold after 6pm Official 2005 Holeshot Souvenir
Pro AMA Registration Coffee & Danish on Sunday AM
7:00 am - Willie Nelson’s City of New Orleans (CD) over PA Buffet Lunch on Sunday
9am - 12:30pm Inside Parking via Gate 3
Go to Info Booth next to gate B on SATURDAY for Holeshot info.
Giant RV.com National Holeshot area will open at 7am on SUNDAY with Willie Nelson’s City of New
10 am - 12 pm THOR Celebrity Challenge Race Orleans
1 pm - 6 pm AMA Pro-Practice and Qualifiers
GOLF BENEFIT
Sunday, September 11 6th Annual Invitational Golf Benefit - Benefiting the Emergency Trauma Care
Yamaha Presents 10th Annual Giant RV AMA 125/250 Motocross National Center at Loma Linda University Medical Center
“THE FINALS” of the AMA Motocross Champion Series Presented by FMF Jurupa Hills Country Club
6161 Moraga Ave., Riverside, CA 92509
6 am - 9 pm Gate A: Credential Only (No General Admission) For more golf information or sponsor information
6 am - 7 pm Gate B: General Admission (No Credentialing) click here or call Bill at 951-313-8260
7:00 am Willie Nelson’s City of New Orleans (CD) over PA
9 am - 12pm Pro Pits Open GRAND STAND SEATING
9 am Pro Heat Races $10 per person
12:30 pm Opening Ceremonies Online tickets sales have been delayed until Wednesday, 6/22/05 @ 1pm.
1pm 1st AMA Pro Moto Please check back again then. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Trophy and Awards Presentation after Moto #2 each class Also on Sale Sunday from 7am - 12pm at Information Booth Located near Gate B.

TICKETS
Online tickets sales have been delayed until Wednesday, 6/22/05 @ 1pm.
Spectator Ticket Information:
Pre-sale online and at the day of event at the track’s ticket booth

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DISCOUNTED “SUNDAY ONLY” PRE-SALE TICKETS AMA/NPG CREDENTIALING:
Available at participating Yamaha Dealers only. (Dealers will start selling Tickets Advance Registration is required and is not issued at gate.
Aug 1, 2005) To request press credentials, please contact Pat Schette
Adults Sunday Only Pass (Save $2) Email: pat@highprofilepr.com or phone (734) 369-2170
$28 Credentialing location TO BE ANNOUNCED.
Juniors Sunday Only Pass - ages 6-12 years Gate A: No General Admission, AMA, NPG and Media
(Age will be verified day of event) Credentialed personnel only!
$20 Credentialing Open
Sat., Sept. 10
Hahm Motorsports Antelope Valley Del Amo Motorsports 9 am - 4 pm
Anaheim Lancaster Redondo Beach
714-563-1700 661-948-1019 310-220-2223 Sun., Sept 11
7 am - 2 pm
Bakersfield Yamaha Long Beach Yamaha Malcolm Smith AMA Pro Registration
Bakersfield Long Beach Motorsports Sat., Sept. 10
661-834-1011 562-427-2779 Riverside 9 am - 12:30 pm
951-687-1300
Bellflower Motorsports LA Yamaha PARKING
Bellflower Marina Del Rey Chaparral Motorsports DAY PARKING – SATURDAY
562-925-5097 310-306-7906 San Bernardino Free at Gate B
909-889-2761 Mandatory Lot Empty by 7:00pm
Corona Yamaha Montclair Yamaha
DAY PARKING – SUNDAY ONLY
Corona Montclair Fun Bike Center
Online tickets sales have been delayed until Wednesday, 6/22/05 @ 1pm.
951-738-8111 909-628-4748 San Diego
Please check back again then. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
858-278-6635
GATE B
Champion Motorsports South Bay Yamaha
Costa Mesa National City North County Yamaha Spectator Parking
949-642-4343 619-420-2300 San Marcos $5
760-432-9501 Trailers, Motorhomes, Large Vehicles, etc
Bert's Mega Mall Santa Clarita $10
Covina Motorsports Simi Valley Cycle
626-674-6600 Newhall Simi Valley Motorcycles
661-259-8460 805-522-3434 FREE
Yamaha of Cucamonga HANDICAP (w/ Placard) use Gate B Only
Cucamonga Yamaha of N Hollywood Temecula Motorsports FREE
909-987-2411 North Hollywood Temecula
818-766-6134 951-698-4123 DAY PARKING – SUNDAY ONLY
Motoworld of El Cajon GATE 3 !!!BEST PLACE TO PARK!!!(10 Min walk, Express exit)
El Cajon Moto Pro 1000 Oak Yamaha Spectator Parking FREE
619-442-0941 Oceanside Thousand Oaks
760-433-4333 805-497-3765 CAMPING
John Burr Cycles
Fontana Pasadena Yamaha 10 Wes t Motorsports
RESERVED OVERNIGHT CAMPING/VEHICLE PARKING BY RESERVATION
909-823-1338 Pasadena Thousand Palms
ONLY Thursday - Sunday
626-577-3000 760-343-0733
Santa Barbara
CAMPING RESERVATIONS/PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION TO THE
Goleta Wes t Coast Motorsports Cal Coast Yamaha
PARK. SEPARATE ADMISSION TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED FOR EACH
805-967-9898 Perris Ventura
INDIVIDUAL.
951-943-2061 805-642-0900
Pacific Yamaha
All Spots are 12’ x 30’ Be informed you may need more than 1 spot
Harbor City Alba Action Sports B&B Cycles
310-891-6990 Poway Victorville
“RV Pads with hook-ups” are sold by silent auction. Email your bid to: auction@glen-
858-486-4380 760-241-7387
helen.com. Spots 1 - 11 are available, please specify in your email which spot you’re
Mission Yamaha
bidding on (minimum bid is $250.00 per spot)
Laguna Niguel Yamaha of Redlands
949-582-0351 Redlands
Camping Area A
909-793-2833
Prime Overnight Parking Upper Level aka “Premium Highlands”
74 Motorsports
Sold by silent auction each spot is 12’ x 30’ you may need more than 1 spot
Lake Elsinore
email your bid to auction@glenhelen.com. Spots 465 - 498 are available, please
951-245-5999
specify in your email which spot you’re bidding on (minimum bid is $150.00 per spot)
PRO PIT PASSES
Saturday, Sept. 10 from 12pm - 5pm Camping Area B
$10 per person “Highlands” each spot is 12’ x 30’ you may need more than 1 spot. $60 for each 12’
Online tickets sales have been delayed until Wednesday, 6/22/05 @ 1pm. x 30’ spot
Please check back again then. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have
caused. Also on Sale Saturday from 11am - 4pm at Information Booth Located Camping Area C
near Gate B. “Amateur Pits” each spot is 12’ x 30’ you may need more than 1 spot. $60 for each
12’ x 30’ spot
Sunday, Sept. 11 from 9am - 12pm
$10 per person Camping Area D
Online tickets sales have been delayed until Wednesday, 6/22/05 @ 1pm. “Family Area” each spot is 12’ x 30’ you may need more than 1 spot. Quite Time
Please check back again then. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have 11pm $60 for each 12’ x 30’ spot. First come, first serve area.
caused. Also on sale Sunday from 7am - 12pm at Information Booth Located
near Gate B. Camping Area E
“Vintage Track” each spot is 12’ x 30’ you may need more than 1 spot. $60 for each
12’ x 30’ spot.
Camping Area F

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“Vintage Plateau” each spot is 12’ x 30’ you may need more than 1 spot Banners, Flags and pennants are the private property of Glen Helen. Removal of
$60 for each 12’ x 30’ spot. First come, first serve area. these items will be considered punishable by law. We will prosecute! DON’T BE A
THIEF!
Extra Vehicle Access Parking: One additional vehicle allowed per space.
Additional charge of $25 No Overnight camping allowed in Large GATE B parking lot. All vehicles must exit
by 7pm. VIOLATORS WILL BE TOWED AT OWNERS EXPENSE.
INSIDE DAY PARKING (Thursday and Friday only) DAY PARKING- Designated area
for day parking located in Stadium Cross only. (This includes amateur rider parking CONTACT INFORMATION
that do not have overnight parking permit). All Vehicles must be out of this area by
Questions? Contact Lori Bryant, Manager via email lori@glenhelen.com
6pm. Violators will be towed at owner’s expense.
Event Producer:
MOTORCYCLE PARKING Glen Helen Raceway Park, Inc.
Located at Gate B Lori Bryant, Event Manager
Phone Numbers:
USE OF HANDICAP GOLF CARTS 909-880-3090 – 24-hour Information Line
Advance Registration is required and must be done by August 31, 2005 909-473-1777 – 24 hour Onsite Manager
via fax 909-381-0687 or e-mail at lori@glenhelen.com 909-880-3423 – Scoring Tower
909-880-1733 – Ticket Booth
AMATEUR RACE ENTRIES 909-880-8460 – Track (Ticket Booth) Fax
909-384-9342 – Administration Office (Lori Bryant)
$45 per class Pre-Entry
909-381-0687 – Administration Office Fax
Pre-Entry closes Sept. 1, 2005
Vendor/Food & MFG Row:
$55 per class Post-Entry
All types of items are displayed and sold including food. For more information call
Post-entry: Rider registration at the Track.
Gene Romero – 714-529-6054
Purchase race entry band at Gate A.
Race registration and AMA sign-up at sign-up tower Souvenirs:
All event t-shirts, Glen Helen apparel - Sold at the Official Glen Helen Souvenirs
$25 per Pee Wee Class
stands-Several location throughout the race track on Thurs.-Sun. For more infor-
AMA MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED mation call Ron Baumgardner / IMS – 909-245-4088.
Purchase at track for $39 one full year
Pre-entry closes by Sept. 1. Enter by mail, online or call 909-880-3090 for entry
forms.
DIRECTIONS
Glen Helen Raceway has ample free parking at Gate 3 on Sunday.
Gate 3 is at the Glen Helen Regional Park. Exit off the 15 freeway at Glen Helen
GENERAL POLICIES Parkway. This area has easy access to the track within a 10 minute walk and the
NO PIT VEHICLES express exit.
VIOLATORS will be asked to leave without refunds (Violator’s bikes will be locked
up for the entire weekend!) Gate B parking is located in the open area in front of the Glen Helen raceway look
for signs; cost is $5 per vehicle and $10 per trailer, motorhome, large vehicles, etc.
NO CARRY IN ALCOHOL Use the Devore exit off the 215 freeway.
ALLOWED IN THE PARK!!!
Gate A is for Credentials person and vehicle only parking. NO Credentialing at Gate
You can purchase ALCOHOL inside the park. NO GLASS CONTAINERS ARE A.
ALLOWED! UNDERAGE DRINKING laws will be strictly enforced!
GLEN HELEN PAST CHAMPIONS
No Individual THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY DAY ONLY TICKETS Sold.
250cc Motocross
FIRST AID: Only available on race days near the tower. September 12, 2004 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
May 11, 2003 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
You may bring in cameras and ice chests with no Alcohol. May 12, 2002 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda
May 13, 2001 Timmy Ferry, Largo, FL Yamaha
NO WILL CALL available. Tickets must be purchased in advanced or at the track May 14, 2000 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
on the day of race (No sell-outs) May 9, 1999 Sebastien Tortelli, France Honda
May 10, 1998 Michael Pichon, France Suzuki
RESTRICTED easy-up awning areas. Must be 20ft. from spectator fences. Look for May 11, 1997 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki
signs on race day. May 12, 1996 Jeremy McGrath, Menifee, CA Honda
August 1, 1993 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Kawasaki
NATIONAL TRACK CLOSED to everyone after last race on Saturday. All easy-ups
or canopies will be removed and violators will be prosecuted. 125cc Motocross
September 12, 2004 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki
ADMISSION WRISTBANDS must be worn at all times, including racers. Once a May 11, 2003 Michael Brown, Johnson City, TN Kawasaki
wristband has been removed, broken or stolen, it is no longer valid. You will either May 12, 2002 James Stewart Jr., Haines City, FL Kawasaki
have to leave park or purchase another wristband. May 13, 2001 Grant Langston, S. Africa KTM
May 14, 2000 Stephane Roncada, France Yamaha
RACE ENTRY BANDS- No band on bike, NO Racing May 9, 1999 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
May 10, 1998 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
HANDICAP PARKING- Located at Gate B May 11, 1997 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki
May 12, 1996 Kevin Windham, Baton Rouge, LA Yamaha
HANDICAP GOLF CARTS- Advanced registration is required and must be done by August 1, 1993 Doug Henry, Oxford, CT Honda
August 31,2005 via fax 909-381-0687 or e-mail at lori@glenhelen.com
Sources:
NO HANGING on fences. No pushing against fences. No throwing of any objects www.amaproracing.com. mxnationals.com & www.glenhelen.com
(this also includes liquids). You will be removed from the park immediately if you
are causing a situation that may result in any injury to riders, officials, track staff or
other spectators

IF you’re staying through the entire weekend, please be prepared. There are no
electrical or water hook-ups.

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Troy Adams 1999 Bentley suffered a practice crash a week prior to the start of the 1999 Eastern
Birth Date: February 19, 1983 Region 125cc Supercross series, which took him out for the season... He
Birthplace: Brooksville, FL Residence: Brooksville, FL Entered the AMA 125cc Motocross Championship, but broke his arm at the
Height: 6’1” Weight: 185 lbs season opener, taking him out of contention for the rest of the series.
Turned Pro: 2001 National Number: 36 1998 - Bentley's best finishes included two fourth-places, at New Orleans and
Year-end Ranking: Charlotte, N.C... He entered the season opener of the AMA 125cc Motocross
2004 11th (125MX), 8th (WSX) Championship, but sustained a badly broken shoulder and arm, taking him out
Career Highlights: of contention for the rest of the season... Rode for Team Green Kawasaki.
2004 - Adams contested the AMA 125cc West Region Supercross series, earning Michael Brown
fifth-place finishes at the first and third Anaheim, Calif, rounds… Raced Birth Date: May 1, 1973
in the AMA 125cc Motocross Championship, his best overall result a Birthplace: Gray, TN Residence: Johnson City, TN
third-place at Delmont, Pa… Raced with Team O’Neal Kawasaki. Height: 6’1" Weight: 165 lbs
Mike Alessi Turned Pro: 1991 National Number: 3
Birth Date: May 19, 1988 Birthplace: Canoga Park, CA Year-end Ranking:
Residence: Apple Valley, CA & Florence, SC 2004 26th (SX), 3rd (125MX)
Height: 5’5” Weight: 130 lbs 2003 33rd (SX), 2nd (ESX), 4th (125MX)
Turned Pro: 2004 National Number: 69 2002 19th (125MX), 29th (SX), 2nd (ESX)
Year-end ranking www.alessiracing.com 2001 26th (SX), 1st (125MX), 3rd (ESX)
2004 24th (250MX) 2000 3rd 125 FIM World Championship
Career Highlights: 1999 3rd 125 FIM World Championship
2004 - Multi-time AMA amateur motocross Champ and AMA Horizon Award winner 1998 13th (SX), 5th (125MX)
Alessi entered two rounds of the AMA 250cc Motocross Championship... His 1997 32nd (SX), 11th (125MX)
best result a thirdplace overall at Delmont, Pa... Raced with Honda/Alloy team. 1996 15th (SX), 4th (125MX)
Craig Anderson 1995 22nd (SX), 2nd (ESX), 4th (125MX)
Birth Date: February 25, 1978 1994 11th (125MX), 4th (ESX)
Birthplace: New Castle, NSW, Australia Residence: Riverside, CA 1993 42nd (125MX), 8th (ESX)
Height: 5’11” Weight: 175 lbs 1992 24th (125MX), 7th (ESX)
Turned Pro: 2003 National Number: 41 1991 24th (125MX), 5th (ESX)
Year-end Ranking 1990 26th (ESX)
2004 21st (SX), 15th (125MX) Career Highlights:
2003 15th (WSX), 7th (125MX) 2004 - Brown raced in the AMA 250cc Supercross series, his best results 14th-
Career Highlights: places at San Francisco and Phoenix… He contested the AMA 125cc
2004 - Anderson contested the AMA 250cc Supercross series, earning his best result Motocross Championship, taking an overall win at Buchanan, Mich., and earn
of 14thplace at Daytona Beach, Fla… Anderson raced in the AMA 125cc ing four additional overall podium finishes… Raced with Boost Mobile Yamaha
Motocross Championship, best result 11th-place overall at Budds Creek, Md… team.
Raced with Moto Sport Outlet Honda team. 2003 - Brown was the runner-up for the AMA 125cc East Region Supercross
2003 - Anderson contested the AMA 125cc West Region Supercross series, earning Championship title, earned with a victory at Daytona Beach, Fla., and four addi
his best finish of sixth-place at Phoenix, Ariz… He raced the AMA 125cc U.S. tional podium finishes… He raced the first three races in the AMA 250cc
Motocross Championship, taking the overall win at Southwick, Mass., and Supercross season, earning a 10th place finish at Anaheim, round three... He
earning third-place overall at Delmont, Pa… Raced with Boost Mobile Yamaha raced the AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Championship, taking overall wins at
team. San Bernardino, Calif., and Mt. Morris, Pa…Raced with Pro Circuit Kawasaki
2002 - Australian SX, MX, and 4 stroke Champion team.
2001 - Australian SX Champion 2002 - Brown took second-place in the 125cc AMA East Region Supercross races at
Indianapolis, Atlanta, and Daytona Beach, Fla, and finished the season as run
Derrick Shea Bentley ner-up for the title… Entered select rounds of the AMA 250cc Supercross
Birth Date: April 4, 1979 series, his best result a 15thplace finish at the Anaheim, Calif., season open
Birthplace: Rome, GA Residence: Fayetteville, GA er…He raced a limited AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Championship season, best
Height: 5’6" Weight: 137 lbs overall finish was fourth-place at the San Bernardino, Calif., season-opener…
Turned Pro: 1997 National Number: N/A Raced with Pro Circuit Kawasaki team.
Year-end Ranking: 2001 - Brown took four podium finishes in the AMA 125cc East Region Supercross
2004 Entered (ESX), (125MX) series…He entered three rounds of the AMA 250cc Supercross series, best
2003 14th (ESX), result was 13th at the Jan. 20, Anaheim, Calif., round… Brown won the AMA
2002 33rd (125MX) 125cc motocross championship with overall wins at Budds Creek, Md., Troy,
2001 14th (WSX), 34th (125MX) Ohio and Washougal, Wash., and took overall second-place finishes at seven
2000 1st (WSX) more rounds…Raced with Splitfire Pro Circuit Kawasaki.
1999 - 2000 - Raced in FIM 125cc World Championship, ranked third.
1998 5th (ESX) 1999 - Raced in FIM 125cc World Championship, ranked third.
Career Highlights: 1998 - Brown took five top-10 finishes in the 250cc Supercross series. He came on
2004 - Bentley entered the first rounds of the AMA 125cc East Region Supercross strong in the AMA 125cc motocross series, taking overall podium finishes at
series and AMA 125cc Motocross Championship, but withdrew due to injury… Budds Creek, Md., Buchanan, Mich., and Troy, Ohio, and took seven addition
Raced with MotoworldRacing.com Suzuki team. al top-10 motocross finishes... raced for Honda of Troy. 1997 Only raced the
2003 - Bentley raced in the AMA 125cc East Region Supercross series, taking podi first three 250cc Supercross rounds, finishing in the top-20 at each.... Finished
um finishes at Minneapolis and Daytona Beach, Fla… He raced a limited AMA in the top-10 at the 125cc Motocross rounds at New Berlin, N.Y. and Troy, Ohio.
125cc U.S. Motocross Championship season, entering the Buchanan, Mich., Won the AMA Fall Classic Championship.
and Millville, Minn. rounds... Raced with ECC Suzuki team. 1996 - Best Supercross result was seventh at Atlanta and Charlotte... Top 125cc
2002 - Bentley raced a limited season in the AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Motocross finish was third at Gainesville (Fla.)... Rode for Honda of Troy.
Championship, his best result a ninth-place overall at Millville, Minn… Raced 1995 - Finished 1995 Supercross season with two top ten finishes at San Jose,
with Pro Circuit Kawasaki team. California and Las Vegas, Nevada... Finished second in the AMA 125cc East
2001 - Bentley contested the AMA Western Region Supercross series, taking his Region Supercross Series...Won his first AMA National in the 125cc Motocross
series best finish of 4th place at San Diego, Calif… Bentley raced a limited at Washougal, Washington... Was the fourth-ranked AMA 125cc Motocross
AMA 125cc Motocross season, best result was 15th overall at Washougal, rider... Won 125cc East Region Supercross races at
Wash… Raced with Splitfire Pro Circuit Kawasaki team. Charlotte and Cleveland... Signed with Honda of Troy.
2000 - Bentley took his first AMA Pro title, winning the 125cc Western Region 1994 - Won the 125cc East Region Supercross in Pontiac, Michigan... Finished the
Supercross Championship with two wins and two additional podium finishes... season as the fourth-ranked East Region Supercross rider.
Recovery from post-season shoulder surgery prevented him from entering the 1993 - Had two top five finishes in 125cc East Region Supercross races.
AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross Championships... Rode for Team Splitfire 1992 - Rode for the Peak Honda team... Scored six top ten finishes in the 125cc East
Kawasaki. Supercross races, including a second at Pontiac, Michigan.

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1991 - Took ninth in the 125cc National at Gainesville, Florida... Took eight top ten 1999 - An early season injury put a damper on Carmichael's first year in AMA 250cc
finishes in the 125cc East Region Supercross Series, including a second in Supercross. His best series finishes were fourth-place at Tampa and Daytona
East Rutherford, New Jersey and a third at Pontiac, Michigan... Fifth-ranked Beach, Fla. Returning to his trusty 125cc machine for the AMA Motocross
125cc East Region Supercross rider. Nationals, Carmichael took his third consecutive series championship with nine
Michael Byrne overall wins and two additional overall Ricky Carmichael continued podium fin
Birth Date: June 10, 1979 ishes… Member of U.S. Motocross des Nations team… Raced with Pro Circuit
Birthplace: Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia Residence: Temecula, CA Kawasaki team.
Height: 6'0" Weight: 170 lbs 1998 - Carmichael continued his winning ways in 1998, capturing the 125cc Eastern
Turned Pro: 1997 National Number: 26 Region Supercross championship by winning every round of the series, the first
Year-end Ranking: rider in history to do so. Carmichael went on to lock up the 125cc Mazda Truck
2004 6th (SX), 6th (250MX) Motocross Nationals championship with one round remaining on the sched
2003 13th (SX), 15th (ESX), 5th (125MX) ule... took eight overall motocross wins and an additional podium finish...rode
2002 11th (125MX), 19th (SX) for Pro Circuit Kawasaki.
2001 9th (SX), 39th (125MX) 1997 - Carmichael blazed into his first professional 125cc Supercross season, tak
2000 24th (250MX), 30th (WSX) ing Eastern Region wins at Atlanta, Orlando, Fla. and Charlotte, N.C....Had a
Career Highlights: stellar year in the 125cc National Motocross series, winning the championship
2004 - Byrne earned top-five finishes in the AMA 250cc Supercross races at with eight overall wins and three podium finishes... Rode for Team Splitfire/Pro
Anaheim (Jan. 3) and San Diego, Calif.… He raced in the AMA 250cc Circuit.
Motocross Championship, earning two more overall top-five finishes… Raced 1996 - A record-setting rider in AMA Amateur Motocross, Carmichael rode in his first
with Team Chevy Trucks Kawasaki. pro race in the final 125cc Motocross event of the year at Delmont, Pa., and
2003 - Byrne raced a limited AMA 250cc Supercross season, but advanced through finished eighth... Earned AMA Motocross Rookie of the Year Award.
the ranks to fourth-place finishes at Anaheim, and San Diego, Calif… He raced Paul Carpenter
the AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Championship, taking overall podium finishes Birth Date: July 3, 1981
at Southwick, Mass., and Washougal, Wash… Raced with Amsoil Honda team. Birthplace: Ithaca, NY Residence: Ithaca, NY
2002 - Byrne raced a limited AMA 250cc Supercross season, but started the series Height: 5'6" Weight: 155 lbs
off with a fourth-place finish at Anaheim, Calif… He contested the AMA 125cc Turned Pro: 1998 National Number: 44
U.S. Motocross Championship, taking his season-best, sixth-place overall fin Year-end Ranking:
ish at Binghamton, N.Y… Raced with Amsoil Honda team. 2004 4th (ESX), 16th (125MX)
2001 - Byrne took eight, top-10 finishes in the AMA 250cc Supercross series... 2003 28th (SX), 21st (250MX)
Entered the AMA 250cc motocross series season finale at Delmont, Pa., taking 2002 13th (250MX)
15th-place overall…Raced with Amsoil Honda team. 2001 15th (250MX)
2000 - Byrne was runner-up for the championships of both the Australian National 2000 41st (125MX), 17th (ESX)
250cc motocross and Supercross championships. 1999
Ricky Carmichael 1998 44th (250MX)
Birth Date: November 27, 1979 Career Highlights:
Birthplace: Clearwater, FL Residence: Havana, FL 2004 - Carpenter earned podium finishes at the St. Louis and Indianapolis rounds
Height: 5'8" Weight: 150 lbs of the AMA 125cc East Region Supercross series… Raced in the AMA 125cc
Turned Pro: 1996 National Number: 4 Motocross Championship, taking third-place overall at Washougal, Wash…
Year-end Ranking Raced with Team Chevy Trucks Kawasaki.
2004 1st (250MX) 2003 - Carpenter raced a limited AMA 250cc Supercross season, taking his season
2003 1st (SX), 1st (250MX) best finish of ninth-place at San Diego, Calif… He returned to race in the AMA
2002 1st (250MX), 1st (SX) 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship, earning his season-best, seventh-place
2001 1st (SX), 1st (250MX), 26th (125MX) finish in moto #1 at Washougal, Wash… Raced with White Bros. Honda team.
2000 5th (SX), 1st (250MX) 2002 - Carpenter raced a limited AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship
1999 16th (SX), 1st (125MX) season, taking his best overall result of eighth-place at Troy, Ohio…. Raced
1998 1st (ESX), 1st (125MX) with White Bros. Honda team.
1997 3rd (ESX), 1st (125MX) 2001 - Carpenter's best AMA 250cc motocross season to date… Best overall result
1996 32nd (125MX) was 11th-place at Binghamton, N.Y… Raced with Cernics KTM team.
Career Highlights: Ryan Clark
2004 - Carmichael missed the AMA 250cc Supercross season to recuperate from Birth Date: February 28, 1978
injury, but came back to win every moto of the AMA 250cc Motocross Birthplace: Point Pleasant, NJ Residence: Phoenix, AZ
Championship, the second perfect season of his career… Won the AMA Height: 6'0" Weight: 175 lbs
Athlete of the Year Award for a third time… Raced with American Honda. Turned Pro: 1995 National Number: 38
2003 - Carmichael continued his reign of dominance, winning the AMA 250cc Year-end Ranking:
Supercross Championship for the third consecutive time with seven wins and 2004 12th (SX), 13th (ESX), 16th (250MX)
eight additional podium finishes in the 16-round series… In the AMA 250cc 2003 11th (SX), 29th (250MX)
U.S. Motocross Championship, Carmichael took overall victories at all but two 2002 16th (250MX), 22nd (SX), 13th (ESX)
season races on the way to earning his seventh consecutive AMA National 2001 33rd (SX), 18th (WSX), 21st (250MX)
Motocross Championship title... Raced with American Honda. 2000 11th (ESX), 46th (125MX)
2002 - Carmichael wrote a new chapter in the 250cc AMA U.S. Motocross record 1999 6th (WSX), 25th (125MX)
book, adding the first perfect season in AMA Motocross history... He earned 24 1998 17th (ESX), 52nd (250MX)
straight moto victories for 12 overall wins, and was awarded with his sixth 1997 18th (ESX), 46th (125MX)
consecutive AMA National motocross championship title… Carmichael also 1996 13th (WSX)
dominated the AMA U.S. Supercross Championship, winning that title for the Career Highlights:
second year in a row, with 11 victories in the 16 round series… Raced with 2004 - Clark contested the AMA 250cc Supercross series, taking his season best fin
American Honda. ish of ninth-place at Salt Lake City… He earned a fifth-place finish in the AMA
2001 - Another stellar season for Carmichael… He won the AMA 250cc Supercross 125cc East Region Supercross race at Houston… Best AMA 250cc Motocross
Championship with 14 victories in the 16-race series, and took podium finish Championship overall result was ninth-place at San Bernardino, Calif… Raced
es at the remaining two series races…He captured the AMA 250cc motocross with Teamsolitaire.com Yamaha.
championship, taking the overall win at seven rounds of the 12-race series, and 2003 - Clark raced in the AMA 250cc Supercross series, taking his season best fin
two additional overall podium finishes… Raced with Team Chevy Trucks ish of sixth-place at Salt Lake City… Contested the AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross
Kawasaki. Championship, his best result a 16th-place overall finish at Millville, Minn…
2000 - Carmichael took his first AMA EA Sports 250cc Supercross win at Daytona, Raced with Team Solitaire Yamaha.
and had an additional five series podium finishes... He dominated the AMA 2002 - Clark contested the 125cc AMA East Region Supercross series, taking his
Chevy Trucks 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship, taking nine overall victo best finish of seventh-place at St Louis… He also contested the AMA 250cc
ries and won the series title... Member of Team Chevy Trucks USA, which Supercross series, taking his best finish of 11th-place at the Las Vegas season
returned the FIM Motocross des Nations trophy to the US after a three-year finale… He raced in the AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship, taking his
absence... Raced with team Chevy Trucks Kawasaki. best results of 13th-place overall finishes at San

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Bernardino, Calif., Buchanan, Mich. and Washougal, Wash… Raced with LCR 1991 Won his first AMA National in the 250cc Motocross at Sacramento, Calif., in
Yamaha team. heavy rains.
John Dowd Tyler Evans
Birth Date: August 10, 1965 Birth Date: February 18, 1980
Birthplace: Chicopee, MA Residence: Chicopee, MA Birthplace: Monterey, CA Residence: Canyon Lake, CA
Height: 5'11" Weight: 175 lbs Height: 6’0” Weight: 190 lbs
Turned Pro: 1988 National Number: 16 Turned Pro: 1997 National Number: 47
Year-end Ranking: Year-end Ranking:
2004 28th (250MX) 2004 10th (SX)
2003 10th (250MX) 2003 22nd (SX), 18th (WSX)
2002 7th (250MX), 6th (ESX) 2002 37th (250MX), 24th (SX), 32nd (WSX)
2001 7th (250MX) 2001 15th (WSX)
2000 9th (SX), 8th (250MX) 2000 27th (SX), 21st (250MX), 7th (ESX)
1999 14th (SX), 7th (250 MX) 1999 32nd (250SX), 11th (WSX), 22nd (250MX), 42nd (125MX)
1998 16th (SX), 2nd (125MX) 1998 31st (250MX), 16th (WSX)
1997 20th (SX), 5th (ESX), 2nd (250MX) 1997 27th (WSX)
1996 2nd (ESX), 3rd (125MX) Career Highlights
1995 7th (SX), 4th (250MX) 2004 - Evans raced in the AMA 250cc Supercross series, his best result a sixth-place
1994 7th (ESX), 2nd (250MX) at the first Anaheim, Calif. round… Raced with Monster Energy Suzuki team.
1993 14th (ESX), 21st (125MX), 4th (250MX) 2003 - Evans raced a limited 250cc AMA Supercross series, his best results 13th-
1992 15th (250MX), 5th (500MX) place finishes at Houston and Salt Lake City… Raced in the AMA 125cc West
1991 29th (SX), 18th (250MX), Region Supercross series, earning 10th-place at San Diego, Calif… Raced
1990 27th (SX), 30th (500MX), 13th (250MX) with ECC Suzuki.
1989 41st (SX), 70th (125MX), 22nd (250MX), 29th (500MX) 2002 - Evans raced a limited 250cc AMA Supercross series, earning his best result
1988 28th (250MX) of 14thplace at Minneapolis, Minn... Raced a limited AMA 250cc U.S.
1987 40th (250MX) Motocross Championship season, best result was19th-place overall at Budds
Career Highlights: Creek, Md... Raced with Ferracci Husqvarna team.
2004 - Dowd raced a limited AMA 250cc Motocross Championship season, best 2001 - Evans' best AMA 125cc West Region Supercross result was seventh-place at
result eighth-place overall at Mt. Morris, Pa.... Raced aboard a Suzuki. San Diego, Calif... Raced with Planet Honda team.
2003 - Dowd contested the AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship and earned a 2000 - Evans landed on the podium at the Indianapolis round of the AMA 125cc
second-place overall finish at Southwick, Mass… Raced with Cernics KTM Eastern Region Supercross series, taking third-place... Also raced a limited
team. 250cc Supercross season, best finishes were 13th-place at San Diego, Calif.,
2002 - Dowd contested the 125cc AMA East Region Supercross series, his best and Phoenix... Raced the 250cc AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross
result a fifthplace at Indianapolis… He raced the AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship, best result was 12th-place overall at Sacramento, Calif...
Championship, best finish was fifth-place overall at Binghamton, N.Y…. Raced Raced with Demarini Suzuki team.
with KTM/Cernics.com team. 1999 - Evans competed in nearly all AMA Pro Motocross or Supercross classes... His
2001 - Dowd climbed the podium at the Southwick, Mass., round of the AMA 250cc best result was fifth-place at the Minneapolis round of the AMA 125cc Western
motocross series with a second-place overall finish… He took three additional Region Supercross series.
top-five overall finishes in the series… Raced with Kaplan Computer KTM Tim Ferry
team. Birth Date: March 18, 1975
2000 - Veteran racer Dowd returned to the AMA EA Sports 250cc Supercross top-ten Birthplace: West Palm Beach, FL Residence: Largo, FL
list, taking his best series finish of fifth-place at the San Diego, Calif., round... Height: 5'10" Weight: 175 lbs
He took the overall third-place finish (and moto two race victory) racing in the Turned Pro: 1991 National Number: 15
rain at the Mt. Morris, Pa., round of the AMA Chevy Trucks 250cc U.S. Year-end Ranking:
Motocross Championship... Raced with Team ChevyTrucks Kawasaki. 2004 22nd (SX), 14th (250MX)
1999 - Dowd took Supercross podium finishes at Seattle and Atlanta, and had two 2003 5th (SX), 4th (250MX)
additional series top-five results. He went on to take another overall podium fin 2002 2nd (250MX), 14th (SX)
ish in the 250cc National Motocross race at his home track in Southwick, Mass. 2001 6th (SX), 3rd (250MX)
Raced with factory Yamaha team. 2000 11th (SX), 10th (250MX)
1998 - Dowd applied his 11 years of pro experience to another excellent season... 1999 8th (SX), 10th (250MX)
He raced eight rounds of the 250cc Supercross season, winning the Charlotte, 1998 21st (SX), 8th (125MX)
N.C., round and taking an additional five top-10 finishes. Dowd kept Ricky 1997 1st (ESX), 8th (125MX)
Carmichael on his toes in the chase for the 125cc Mazda Truck Motocross 1996 6th (ESX), 6th (125MX)
Nationals championship... He led the series in mid-season and finished as the 1995 4th (ESX), 41st (SX), 7th (125MX)
runner-up for the title, the result of overall wins at Binghamton, N.Y., 1994 3rd (ESX), 8th (125MX)
and Southwick, Mass., and eight additional overall podium finishes... Rode for 1993 6th (ESX), 10th (125MX)
the factory Yamaha team. 1992 10th (ESX), 13th (125MX)
1997 - Won the Indianapolis and Daytona, Fla., rounds of the 125cc East Region 1991 34th (125MX)
Supercross series. Had top-10 finishes at three 250cc Supercross rounds... Career Highlights:
Had three 250cc National Motocross overall wins and three podium finishes... 2004 - Ferry raced a limited AMA 250cc Supercross series, his best result a third-
Never finished outside the top-10 in 250cc Motocross... Rode for Team place at the first Anaheim, Calif. round… Also raced a limited AMA 250cc
Yamaha. Motocross Championship season, his best result a fifth-place overall at
1996 - Won the 125cc East Region Supercross races at Atlanta and Pontiac, Mich... Southwick, Mass… Raced with Yamaha Motor Corp.
Finished second in 125cc Motocross at Sacramento, San Bernardino, Calif., 2003 - Ferry earned four podium finishes in the AMA 250cc Supercross series… He
and Millville, Minn... Won the second 125cc moto at Southwick, Mass...Earned raced the AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship, earning seven overall
eight podium finishes in 125cc Motocross... Rode for Team Yamaha. podium finishes, plus a moto #1 win at Budd’s Creek, Md…. Raced with
1995 - First full year as a factory rider for Yamaha... Finished top-ten in Supercross Yamaha Motor Corp.
and 250cc Motocross Series... Finished in the points in every Supercross and 2002 - Ferry raced a limited season in the AMA 250cc Supercross series, his best
all but one 250cc Motocross National... Finished on the Supercross podium result was 23 second-place at Daytona Beach, Fla... He came back strong in
twice (Irving, TX and Las Vegas, NV)... Five podium finishes in 250cc the AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship, earning seven overall podium
Motocross, including three second-place finishes. finishes and completing the season as runner-up for the title… Raced with
1994 - Won two AMA 250cc Motocross Nationals (Millville, MN and Binghamton, NY) Yamaha factory team.
en route to second in the series... Six top-ten finishes in 125cc East Region 2001 - Ferry took AMA 250cc Supercross podium finishes at Salt Lake City and Las
Supercross events. Vegas, and had six additional top-five finishes in the series… Ferry took the
1993 - Six top-five finishes in 250cc Motocross, took fourth in the series... Three top- overall win at the AMA 250cc motocross season-opener at San Bernardino,
ten finishes in 125cc East Region Supercross. Calif., and had five additional overall podium finishes… Raced with Yamaha
1992 - Four top-ten finishes in 500 Motocross, finished fifth in the series... Finished factory team.
fifth at the Southwick, Massachusetts 250cc Motocross National.

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2000 - Ferry's best AMA EA Sports 250cc Supercross finishes were fifth-place, at Christopher Gosselaar
Anaheim, Calif., and Phoenix... In the AMA Chevy Trucks 250cc U.S. Birth Date: December 29, 1981
Motocross Championship, Ferry took moto podium finishes at Mt. Morris and Birthplace: Beverly Hills, CA Residence: Victorville, CA
Millville, Minn., and had three, top-five overall finishes... Raced with Team Height: 5'7" Weight: 145 lbs
Mazda Chaparral Yamaha. Turned Pro: 1998 National Number: 34
1999 - Ferry took third-place at the Indianapolis Supercross. He raced the AMA Year-end Ranking:
250cc Motocross Series with Team Mazda Chaparral Yamaha, his best result 2004 14th (WSX), 9th (125MX)
was fifth over all at Delmont, Pa. 2003 7th (WSX), 10th (125MX)
1998 - Raced five rounds of the 250cc Supercross series... best result was fifth-place 2002 14th (125MX), 4th (WSX)
at Seattle. Took eight, top-10 finishes in the 125cc Mazda Truck Motocross 2001 11th (ESX), 42nd (125MX)
Nationals...rode for Noleen Yamaha. 2000 7th (WSX), 22nd (125MX)
1997 - Consistency earned Ferry the 125cc East Region Supercross Championship, 1999 24th (125MX)
he finished second at every race except St. Louis, where he placed fifth. Placed 1998 33rd (125MX)
in the top-five overall at four 125cc National Motocross races... Rode for Team Career Highlights:
Suzuki. 2004 - Gosselaar contested the AMA125cc West Region Supercross Series, best
1996 - Finished the year with his best ranking ever in 125cc Motocross, earned four result a fifth-place at the San Diego, Calif. round… He raced in the AMA 125cc
top-five finishes in the class..Finished second in the 125cc Motocross National Motocross Championship, his best result a second-place overall at San
at Buchanan, Mich...Top 125cc East Supercross finish was second at Bernardino, Calif… Raced with Amsoil Honda team.
Indianapolis... Rode for Team Suzuki. 2003 - Gosselaar earned a podium finish at the AMA125cc West Region Supercross
1995 - Won the Orlando and Daytona Beach rounds of the 125cc East Supercross race at San Francisco… He raced in the AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross
Series... Won his first AMA National in the 125cc Motocross event at Mt. Morris, Championship, his best result a seventh-place overall at Millville, Minn…
Pa...Earned a total of four podium finishes in 125cc Motocross... Rode for Raced with Amsoil Honda team.
Team Suzuki. 2002 - Gosselaar earned three podium finishes in the AMA 125cc West Region
1994 - Took four podium finishes in the 125cc East Supercross Series... Sixth at Supercross series, at the Jan. 5 and Feb.2 Anaheim, Calif., races, and at the
Delmont, Pa., was top 125cc Motocross result... Rode a Rossini Racing Irving, Tex. round… He raced the AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Championship,
Honda. best result was seventh-place at Millville, Minn… Raced with Amsoil Honda
1993 - Three podium finishes in the 125cc East Supercross Series... Four top-10 fin team.
ishes in 125cc Motocross... Rode a Rossini Racing Yamaha. 2001 - Gosselaar's best AMA 125cc East Region Supercross result was fifth-place at
1992 - Won AMA Motocross Rookie of the Year... Three top-five 125cc East St. Louis… Best AMA 125cc motocross result was 22nd -place overall at
Supercross finishes, best was a fourth at Charlotte... Three top-ten 125cc Buchanan, Mich…Raced with Team Husqvarna.
Motocross finishes. 2000 - In the AMA 125cc Western Region Supercross series, Gosselaar took podi
1991 - Scored his first AMA National points in the 125cc Motocross event at um finishes at Minneapolis and Irving, Tex... He raced a limited season in the
Binghamton, N.Y. AMA 125cc Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross Championship, best result was 10th-
Ernesto Fonseca place overall at Delmont, Pa... Raced with Amsoil Honda team.
Birth Date: September 3, 1981 Joshua Grant
Birthplace: San Jose, CA Residence: Murrieta, CA Birth Date: June 20, 1986
Height: 5'6" Weight: 147 lbs Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA Residence: Yucaipa, CA
Turned Pro: 1999 National Number: 24 Height: 6’7” Weight: 150 lbs
Year-end Ranking: Turned Pro: 2004 National Number: 35
2004 27th (SX), 5th (250MX) Year-end Ranking
2003 3rd (SX), 8th (250MX) 2004 10th (125MX)
2002 4th (125MX), 7th (SX) Career Highlights
2001 1st (WSX), 3rd (125MX) 2004 - Grant raced in the AMA 125cc Motocross Championship, taking overall
2000 5th (ESX), 7th (125MX) third-place finishes at Buchanan, Mich. and Troy, Ohio… Raced with Amsoil
1999 1st (ESX), 8th (125MX) Honda team.
1998 43rd (125MX) Brian Gray
Career Highlights: Birth Date: October 6, 1984
2004 - Fonseca raced a limited AMA 250cc Supercross season, his best result a fifth- Birthplace: Jacksonville, FL Residence: Murrieta, CA
place at the Jan. 17, Anaheim, Calif. event ... Contested the AMA 250cc Height: 5'10" Weight: 170 lbs
Motocross Championship, earning seven, overall top-five finishes… Raced Turned Pro: 2001
with American Honda team. National Number: 48
2003 - Fonseca had a streak of podium finishes spanning the last six rounds of the Year-end Ranking:
AMA 250cc Supercross series… In the AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross 2004 22nd (WSX), 19th (125MX)
Championship, Fonseca earned his season-best, sixth-place overall at Budds 2003 15th (125MX)
Creek, Md…Raced with American Honda team. Career Highlights:
2002 - Fonseca earned three 250cc AMA U.S. Supercross Championship podium fin 2004 - Gray contested the AMA 125cc West Supercross Series, best result 12th-
ishes, at the Jan. 5, Anaheim, Calif., race, at Minneapolis, Minn., and at St. place at the Jan. 17, Anaheim, Calif. event... Raced in the AMA 125cc.
Louis… In the 125cc AMA U.S. Motocross Championship he took overall podi Motocross Championship, best result 13th-place overall at New Berlin, N.Y…
um finishes at Southwick, Mass., Binghamton, N.Y. and Delmont, Pa... Raced Raced with American Suzuki team.
with American Honda. 2003 - Gray contested the AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Championship, his best
2001 - Fonseca won his second AMA 125cc regional Supercross title, taking five results seventh-place overall at Budds Creek, Md., and Delmont, Pa… Named
wins and one additional podium finish in the eight race series… In the AMA AMA Motocross/Supercross Rookie of the Year… Raced with American Suzuki
125cc motocross series his best result was second-place overall at Troy, team.
Ohio… Raced with Yamaha of Troy team. 2002 - Gray qualified for the AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Championship race at
2000 - In the AMA 125cc Eastern Region Supercross series, Fonseca took the win Delmont, Pa,finishing 30th overall.
at Joliet, Ill., and took third-place at the Pontiac, Mich., round... In the AMA
Chevy Trucks 125cc U.S. Motocross Championship, Fonseca climbed the Sean Hamblin
podium at Millville, Minn., with a secondplace overall finish, and had individual Birth Date: September 1, 1982
moto podium finishes at Troy, Ohio, and Buchanan, Mich... Raced with Yamaha Birthplace: Covina, CA Residence: Murrieta, CA
of Troy. Height: 5'10" Weight: 160 lbs
1999 - Fonseca won the AMA 125cc Eastern Region Supercross Championship, tak Turned Pro: 2000 National Number: 28
ing six wins in the seven-race series. His best 125cc AMA National Motocross Year-end Ranking
result was sixthplace overall at the Buchanan, Mich., race... Won the 1999 2004 8th (SX), 10th (250MX)
AMA Motocross/Supercross Rookie of the Year Award... Raced with Yamaha of 2003 12th (SX), 11th (WSX), 19th (250MX)
Troy. 2002 8th (250MX)
2001 33rd (WSX), 49th (125MX)

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Career Highlights: Achieved highest personal ranking to date in Supercross. Finished in the top-
2004 - Hamblin raced in the AMA 250cc Supercross Series, his best finish a fifth- 10 at four 250cc National Motocross races. Rode for Team Yamaha.
place at Salt Lake City… His best AMA 250cc Motocross Championship over 1996 - Returned to racing after his 1995 Budds Creek, Md. crash with a fused
all result was fourth-place at Southwick, Mass… Raced with American Suzuki spine...Top Supercross result was fifth at Charlotte... Earned four top-five fin
team. ishes in 250cc Motocross...Top 250cc Motocross result was third at Southwick,
2003 - Hamblin contested a limited AMA 250cc Supercross season, his best result a Mass... Rode for Team Yamaha.
fourthplace at Pontiac, Mich… He raced the AMA 125cc West Region 1995 - Won his first AMA 250cc Motocross (Mt. Morris, Pa.) and AMA Supercross
Supercross series, his best result a fourth-place at Phoenix… Hamblin raced a (Irving, Texas) Nationals... 1995 Motocross season came to an end after a hor
limited AMA 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship season, his best result sixth- rific crash at Budds Creek, MD., in which Henry broke his back, the television
place overall at Sacramento, Calif… Raced with American Suzuki team. footage made Henry's crash one of the most famous in Motocross history...
2002 - Hamblin raced in the 250cc AMA U.S. Motocross Championship, earning his 1994 - Won his second AMA 125cc Motocross National title... Took three AMA 125cc
season best, third-place overall finish at Binghamton, N.Y…. Raced with SoBe Motocross victories (Mt. Morris, PA, Southwick, MA., and Binghamton, NY).
Suzuki team. 1993 - Won three AMA 125cc National Motocross events (Southwick, MA, San
2001 - Raced events in the Canadian 125cc and 250cc National Championship Bernardino, CA and Binghamton, NY) en route to winning his first AMA 125cc
series...Entered the Binghamton, N.Y round of the AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Motocross Championship... Won the AMA 125cc East Region Supercross
Championship and placed 22nd. Championship.
2000 - Won the Canadian 125cc National Championship. 1992 - Ranked third in the AMA East Region 125cc Supercross series.
Josh Hansen 1991 - Won his first AMA National Motocross race at Sacramento, California in the
Birth Date: February 16, 1984 125cc class.
Birthplace: Mission Hills, CA Residence: Elbert, CO Broc Hepler
Height: 6’0” Weight: 159 lbs Birth Date: August 1, 1986
Turned Pro: 2001 National Number: 71 Birthplace: Kittanning, PA Residence: Kittanning, PA
Year-end Ranking: Height: 5’11” Weight: 155 lbs
2004 10th (WSX), 30th (125MX) Turned Pro: 2003 National Number: 60
Career Highlights: Year-end Ranking:
2004 - Registered for points in the AMA 125cc West Region, where his best finish 2004 2nd (ESX), 2nd (125MX)
was fourth place at Salt Lake City, but Hansen won the Indianapolis round of 2003 27th (125MX)
the AMA 125cc East Region Supercross Series, and had three additional East Career Highlights
Region series podium finishes… In the AMA 125cc Motocross Championship, 2004 - Hepler earned second-place finishes in the AMA 125cc East Region
his best result was 10th-place overall at Washougal, Wash… Raced with Boost Supercross races at Houston and Atlanta, and was runner-up for the series
Mobile Yamaha. title… In the AMA 125cc Motocross Championship, Hepler earned six overall
podium finishes, and was runner-up for the title again… Named AMA
Doug Henry
Supercross/Motocross Rookie of the Year… Raced with American Suzuki
Birth Date: September 6, 1969
team.
Birthplace: Milford, CT R esidence: Torrington, CT
2003 - Hepler entered the last three rounds of the AMA 125cc Motocross
Height: 5'10" Weight: 160 lbs
Championship, earning solid top-15 finishes.
Turned Pro: 1988 National Number: N/A
Year-end Ranking: Damon Huffman
2004 entered (250 MX) Birth Date: November 4, 1975
2003 36th (250MX) Birthplace: Sun Valley, CA Residence: Valencia, CA
2002 32nd (250MX) Height: 6'1" Weight: 165 lbs
2001 32nd (250MX), 43rd (125MX) Turned Pro: 1992 National Number: 20
2000 32nd (250MX) Year-end Ranking
1999 25th (SX), 6th (250MX) 2004 9th (SX), 29th (250MX)
1998 7th (SX), 1st (250MX) 2003 20th (SX)
1997 7th (SX), 15th (250MX) 2002 13th (125MX), 9th (SX)
1996 18th (SX), 11th (250MX) 2001 11th (SX), 11th (125MX)
1995 5th (SX), 15th (250MX) 2000 7th (SX), 11th (250MX)
1994 7th (SX), 1st (125MX)