The 2014 Muscle Milk TWMX Fall Cup has officially been kicked off and at none other than Milestone MX Ranch. The Riverside, CA based facility offers every major obstacle a real motocross track requires and what better way to celebrate the opening round than having it the day after the annual Transworld Slam. A free day of riding and awesome racing between top pros on Saturday and a race day on Sunday at your favorite motocross track… What more could a racer want?

Maxxis all business this weekend as they not only brought out their support rig full of tires, but they also did the tire changing, as well. Now that’s support!

This weekend’s vendor row had some of the coolest stuff around from the incredible race series sponsors. Hammerhead Designs had a ton of their trick products for everyone to drool over, ODI had the grips and handlebars, One Industries brought out their rider support rig and a few pairs of the 2015 line and FMF had their support rig out, as well. Maxxis was another sponsor to bring out the big guns with their rig as they supplied racers with tires and tire changing service. Also, Etnies and Yamaha were on the big rig bandwagon. And last, but certainly not least was Bell Helmets; the good people of Bell brought out their head scanning technology for riders to receive custom fit Moto-9 helmets to ensure proper fitment and comfort.

The good people at Bell Helmets took things to a whole new level this weekend with their head scanning technology. Any rider, any age and any size could walk up to Bell, get a custom head scan by the professionals and walk away with a custom fitted Moto-9 helmet. All in the name of safety!

Just like Saturday’s TWMX Slamfest, tons of So-Cal’s fastest riders flooded the gates for Sunday’s opening Fall Cup round and as is usually the case, there were a select few that stood out from the rest of the competition. Sean Lipanovich had a great showing as he swept both Pro-Open and 450 Pro classes with all four moto wins to his name. Tallon Lafountaine was another rider to watch as he not only swept Open (non-pro) and 450 Intermediate, but won all four motos with commanding leads. Tyler Rosa left with a couple moto wins to his name, as well. Rosa won both motos of 250 Intermediate and won a moto in Schoolboy (thru 17). Yamaha rider Austin Meyers went home with an overall trophy in 250 Pro by staying consistent and in moto one and winning moto two.

Sean Lipanovich was on a heater at round one. Lipanovich won every moto of both classes he entered. A 1-1 in 450 Pro and a 1-1 in Pro-Open wasn’t a bad way to end the weekend.

Tallon Lafountaine is never a competitor to under estimate. At round one of the Fall Cup, Lafountaine put on an absolute clinic in 450 Intermediate and Open (non-pro) as he won all four motos with a tremendous lead in each one.

Tyler Rosa was yet another standout rider. Rosa grabbed multiple holeshots throughout the day and capped those starts off with a 1-1 in 250 Intermediate and another moto win Schoolboy. Unfortunately, some bad luck in Schoolboy moto one left him wanting more than his second overall.

Tons of incredible racing was had at round one of the 2014 Fall cup and we hope to see you all back for more at the second round, which will be held at Competitive Edge on October 12. See ya there!