DC congratulates Motocross athlete Adam Cianciarulo for winning both classes at the 2012 Loretta Lynn Amateur Nationals this past week. Adam became the most successful MiniBike rider of all time after winning both his 10th and 11th national career championship titles, passing Ricky Carmichael's previous MiniBike record.
The 15 year-old moto superstar has been a member of the DC Motocross team for the past 5 years and has had a chance to train with all of DC's legendary riders including Jeremy McGrath and Travis Pastrana. Adam will now move up to the 250 class and will be riding a 250F Kawasaki for the first time in competition at the Monster Cup in Las Vegas on October 20th, 2012.
DC also congratulates the following moto team athletes on their success at Loretta Lynn's:
Carson Mumford – 65 (7-11) Mod 1st Overall and 65 (10-11) Stock 3rd Overall
Conner Mullenix (Orange Brigade) – 65 (10-11) 1st Overall
Mike Sleeter (Orange Brigade) – Two Stroke 1st Overall
Dakota Alix (Orange Brigade) – 250B Stock 3rd Overall
Jesse Wentland (Orange Brigade) – Open Pro Sport 1st Overall and 3rd Overall in the 450A
Axell Hodges – 250C Stock 1st Overall
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