TWMXRS West Coast Open Series | Round Four | Competitive Edge MX
This past weekend, the TWMXRS West Coast Open Series took us out to the High Desert, as round four of the series took place at Competitive Edge MX. Cool temperatures and a slight breeze met the 400 plus racers as they entered through the gates of the Hesperia, CA facility. With two exciting tracks full of elevation changes, round four of the West Coast Open Series might have been the most anticipated round of the series. Thanks to hundreds of die-hard racers, last weekend only added to the many exciting moments held at the series. We can't wait to head back to the track, on June third, for the series finale at Glen Helen Raceway.Amsoil Honda's Hunter Yoder came out to round four of the West Coast Open Series, and put his factory Honda CRF 150 on top in each of his motos. The youngster out of Menifee, CA not only dominated his classes, but also enlightened the pits with his energetic attitude. By the end of the day, Hunter had earned himself four moto wins and two overall victories in both the Open 85-150F/Supermini and Big Wheel Open classes. Stay tuned to twmxrs.com to watch Hunter Yoder shred the course, as we mounted our GoPro onboard with him during his first Supermini moto of the day. TWMXRS regular, Tyler Nicholson, put together some very impressive rides in both the 125cc Open and School Boy (125/250F) classes. The kid out of Highland, CA nailed the fast lines around Competitive Edge's track, as all 125 cubic centimeters of his bike echoed off of the surrounding hills. Despite some solid competition, Tyler Nicholson managed to take the win in all four of his motos and sweep both the 125cc Open and School Boy (125/250f) classes. Solid ride, Tyler! As for the Vet Racers, Benny Breck set the pace as the fastest Vet rider in the field. Even when dealt a not so great start, Benny managed to make his way to the front and take both moto wins in the 30+ Pro class. However, Benny didn't just dominate the 30+ Pro class, as the Wildomar, CA resident also snagged the overall win in the Pro Open (125-450) class. Despite some challenging competition from Richard Taylor in the Pro Open class, Benny Breck stayed consistent throughout the day and left with three moto wins and two class victories.