The Muscle Milk TWMX So-Cal Spring Cup circus was in town this weekend for round three and historic Glen Helen Raceway was in it’s cross-hairs. Every racer from this weekend can attest that the infamous Glen Helen roughness showed it’s ugly face and really weeded out the men from the boys. By the end of each moto, it was clear that most riders were arduously finishing each race and as the day went on, the track grew more and more dismal.

Vendor row was full of great products this weekend, as expected, but there was one more addition to the lineup. Maxxis tires made the trek out to San Bernardino, CA in their giant rig and not only were they supplying racers with fresh treads, but they were also mounting them as well. Etnies brought a few pairs of their new line of kicks and Asterisk Knee braces came out with a few sets of their revolutionary Ultra Cell braces. EKS Brand Goggles has been a staple at nearly every round of every prior race series keeping everyone stocked up with plenty of goggles, lens’ and tons of tear-offs to ensure racers have the best vision out on the race track. Also, Kyle Lewis and the Kal-Gard Lubricants race van made their way out to round three to keep everyone’s bikes running right with their huge selection of oils, lubricants and cleaners.

Maxxis tires kept racers’ bikes lined up with fresh tires this weekend and they plan on becoming a permanent fixture at upcoming rounds.

Kal-Gard Lubricants was busy keeping everybody supplied with bike lubricants and oils.

When it came time for the racing, there was no lack of excitement there. Sweden’s own Fredrik Noren and Michigan’s Nick Wey kept everybody wanting more of their intense battles with one another. The two traded positions on numerous occasions, but Noren would come out the victor in 450A and Pro Open, while Wey finished two very close seconds. Bryce Harkey was the clear top dog in 250B and 450B completely sweeping all four motos for the overall in both classes. Desmond Spears and his sweet sounding two-stroke put on a clinic in Schoolboy Thru 17 winning both motos for the overall and Cody Baker did the same in Open Non-pro taking home a new set of hardware for his trophy collection. It goes without saying, that if you’ve ever seen Robbie Wageman ride, you know of his true talent on a dirt bike. Wageman put down this weekend and swept his respected 85cc classes.

 

Robbie Wageman has an absolute fluent style of riding and just enough if not more speed to go along with it. Here, he navigates through deep ruts on his way to a moto win.

Bryce Harkey was the man to beat in not one, but two different classes. He won both sets of motos in 250B and 450B.

Fredrik Noren and Nick Wey put on a great show for the fans in Pro-open and 450A. The two had some great battles, but Noren narrowly edged out Wey for the overall in both classes.

We hope to see you at round four of the Muscle Milk TWMX Race Series So-Cal Spring Cup, which will be held May 5th at Riverside, CA’s Milestone MX Park.

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