The 2017 Mini Major was a great weekend for families and industry folks alike. In addition to great racing, there were plenty of fun festivities in the pits. Perhaps the biggest of the off-track activities was the Serpentine Pit Bike Championship, which Seven MX hosted with help from Lap Star MX and Kawasaki. There were well over 100 entries, with kids and adults doing their best to turn fast laps and get into the night show. When it was all said and done, 20 of the top fastest riders were selected to compete for the championship and four-foot tall sprocket shaped trophy. Among that select group were riders like Jett Reynolds, Parker Earl, and Ryder DiFrancesco. We asked Reynolds if he would run one of our GoPro cameras during his race and he happily agreed. It just so happened that he was able to throw down the fastest run that night and win the event.