Round 11 – Budds Creek National – Mechanicsville, MD – August 19, 2017
Eli Tomac had a mixed bag of moto finishes taking 7th in the first moto and winning the 2nd moto – for a 3rd overall on the day. The most important part is that Tomac still holds the lead in the 450 Class Championship (by 28 points) with only one round remaining. The final round will be held this Saturday, August 26, in Crawfordsville, IN.
Budds Creek proved to be a great event for Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo – who won his first overall Pro Motocross event. Cianciarulo put together 1/2 moto finishes to take the overall win. He now stands 3rd in the 250 Class points chase.
Kyle Cunningham had a great ride on his JGRMX Suzuki, finishing 9th overall on the day with 6/12 moto finishes.
Aaron Plessinger put together consistent 5/4 moto finishes for 5th overall on the day. So consistent, in fact, that he now stands 5th in the points chase.
Justin Cooper finished 11th overall in his second Pro Rookie appearance. Cooper will be a force on next year’s Star Racing Yamaha’s team.
AMA NATIONAL ENDURO
Muddobbers National Enduro – Matthews, IN – August 20, 2017
Russell Bobbitt had his best race of the year, finishing 2nd overall at the Muddobber’s National Enduro.
This was Mackenzie Tricker’s first AMA Enduro and she posted solid results! The “Tricker” took first overall in the Women’s Pro Class.
Round 1 – Las Vegas, NV – August 19, 2017
EnduroCross officially kicked off its season this weekend in Las Vegas, inside the Orleans Arena, and the Bell Helmets athletes were on hand doing their part to put the Moto-9 Flex on the podium. Ty Cullins took the first qualifier win while Cody Webb (above) finished 2nd overall in the Pro Class main event. Kacy Martinez Coy finished 2nd in the Women’s Pro division followed by Tayla Jones in 3rd and Morgan Tanke in 5th.
SXS ENDURANCE RACING
Heartland Challenge SXS Endurance Race – Pataskala, OH – August, 20, 2017
Kyle Chaney had a dominant race at this weekend’s Heartland Challenge 4-Hour Endurance race taking the holeshot and putting his Can-Am X3 across the finish line first.
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A HUGE shout out to Adam Cianciarulo for winning his first overall Pro Motocross event. AC is a great guy and word on the street is he signed a two-year extension with the Pro Circuit Kawasaki team.
The ISDE starts next week and Bell Helmets has a lot of athletes attending, including Mrs. Kacy Coy.
Joining Kacy at the ISDE will be Tayla Jones. Tayla has been racing and training here in the USA – winning almost everything she enters – but will be racing on behalf of Australia next week in France.
Check out her custom-painted Moto-9 Flex.
The Moto-9 Flex is the most advanced helmet we've ever made, designed to manage linear and rotational energy to the head in certain low, mid, and high-speed impacts. The Moto-9 Flex is quickly setting a new level for rider protection in motocross and off-road racing.
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