August 17, 2009
FLY Racing Team Riders had a very successful week at the Dude Ranch claiming 5 national championships, 9 podiums and 30 top ten finishes at this year's Loretta Lynn's AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship.
The championship run started with 65cc Florida/Canadian speedster Kade Walker, who claimed the 65cc 7-11 Modified title and followed it up with a 2nd in the 65cc 10-11 Stock class. Maryland's Alexander Frye also claimed a title by winning a hard fought battle in the 85cc 9-11 Modified class.
FLY girls swept both titles in the female classes, with Utah's Amanda Maheu one of the most dominant riders of the week claiming the Girls 11-15 title with a convincing 1-1-1 moto tally. Texan Shelbie Brittain completed the sweep by taking home the title in the Women's 14+ class.
Washington's Conner Elliot made it title number five for FLY Racing by scoring the 250cc C stock class title.
FLY Racing would like to congratulate all of its champions and all of its riders that represented the brand so well at this year's 2009 Loretta Lynn's AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship.
About Fly Racing
Established in 1996, Fly Racing began as a manufacturer of motorcycle handlebars and helmets and has quickly developed into one of the fastest growing off road riding apparel and hard part brands. Fly Racing develops high-quality products for the competitive and demanding North American market and is distributed in 40+ countries.