June 16-26, 2011 - The Sheet

June 16-26, 2011 - The Sheet

June 16-26, 2011 i n pa r t n e r s h i p w i t h i n y o n at i o n a l f o r e s t MON S T E R E NE R G Y M A MMO T H Mo t oc r o s s 1 TICKE...

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June 16-26, 2011

i n pa r t n e r s h i p w i t h i n y o n at i o n a l f o r e s t


M A MMO T H Mo t oc r o s s



Adults: $20 | MVP2011/12: $15* | Kids: $5 Children 6 & under FREE

Practice Days

Adults: $5 | Children 12 & under FREE What to bring: water, sunscreen and a lawn chair. Food and Beverage service is available at the track. Large vehicles will be screened before entry is permitted. Pit space is limited. Vehicle entry will be based on the number of riders the vehicle serves. No dogs, pit bikes and/or golf carts will be permitted at the event. * Pass must be presented at front gate to receive discount.

photo : GALE WEBB


A list of our sponsors


EVENtS SCHEDULE & TRACK INFO This year’s events, information, and track directions


MAMMOTH MAP How to find our local sponsors around town


Blazing The Road to Success

Year two of the Road to Mammoth


racing info

Race day info & divisions


ktms & killer trout Hooked on fishing & dirt bikes


Off the Track Events There’s plenty to do outside the racetrack!


Go Johnny Gold

Mammoth’s hometown hero takes on action of a different kind 22–23


Everything you need to know about the 2011 Motocross




publisher Jack Lunch editor Lara Kirkner creative director Juli Ann Sprunger design jasdesign & Mammoth Mountain production jasdesign advertising director Lara Kirkner photo editor Juli Ann Sprunger contributing writers Jack Lunch Lara Kirkner Chris Leonard contributing photographers Brad Peatross Gale Webb Mike Colbert © 2011 The Sheet, Inc. View the Mammoth Motocross Program at www.thesheetnews.com/specialpublications.

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Event Schedule & Track Information Practice Days

Monster Energy Now Returns for Many Years Mammoth is very excited to have the partner we needed in these tough times

Practice is available only to pre-registered, 2011 Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross racers. Practice passes are pre-sold with entry only on a first-come, first-served basis, limit 400. Gates open at 7 a.m., practice at 8 a.m. June 16: All, except Mini, Supermini June 17: Vets, Seniors, Masters ONLY June 20: Mini, Supermini June 23: 450, 250, Open, Women, Schoolboy, 2-Stroke, +25

to continue to produce our event. We now have the resource to marketing partners and infrastructure that we


needed to achieve the quality we are accustom to here in Mammoth. Monster world-class event support people. With able to use their expertise to raise the game to the level you expect from us. Monster Energy, great to have you with us and we can’t wait to see what’s next. Stop by and see them and tell them thanks for their involvement. The Motocross track is only open during this year’s event, June 16-26, 2011.

This year transponders are required for racing. The racer must check in with 2X PROMOTIONS Timing and Scoring booth across from the food court prior to their first moto and have a transponder assigned to their bike. This will cost the racer $10. The lap times and scoring is provided to the racer at anytime. (Hint) Obtain your transponder during practice days and see your lap times early. IT IS THE RIDER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO OBTAIN THE TRANSPONDER PRIOR TO THEIR FIRST MOTO. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN FORFEIT OF ENTRY. THE STARTING LINE WILL NOT BE PROVIDING WHAT YOU NEED.

How to Get to the Track—Directions & Parking Info Mammoth Lakes is centrally located on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. A scenic drive along US 395 from Reno (to the north) or from Los Angeles (to the south) via Interstate 5 to Highway 14 to US 395 will land you at the Highway 203 junction just outside of town. Exit and follow 203 into town.

Parking Only racers, pit crews and vendors may park at the track. All others, including spectators, must park at one of several parking lots designated for the event. Shuttle busses will transport everyone to the track.

The track is located off Sherwin Creek Road, about 2 miles from the intersection of Old Mammoth Road. Signs for parking and the track will be posted.

The gravel pit on Sherwin Creek Road fills up early, so there are additional parking areas serviced by the Motocross shuttle:

DIRECTIONS Once in Mammoth, take a left onto Old Mammoth Road. Travel about one mile and make a left onto Sherwin Creek Road.

Shuttle every few minutes

If already in town and heading east on 203, make a right at the intersection of Main Street and Old Mammoth Road.

Saturday & Sunday, June 18-19 Pirelli Vet Race Days Two-day event with finals & awards each day. Practice day is June 17. Gates open at 5 a.m., Practice 7 a.m., Racing 8 a.m. “Moti-Gras” June 18 Team Associated RC Car racing, demos & more. At The Village from 6 p.m–9 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday, June 21-22 DC Shoes Mini Race Days Two-day event with finals & awards each day. Practice for Mini’s is Monday, June 20. Gates open at 5 a.m., Practice 7a.m., Racing 8 a.m.

has also committed their quiver of the addition of this partnership we are



1 Gravel pit on Sherwin Creek Rd. 2 Mammoth High School on Sierra Park Rd. at Meridian Blvd. 3 Park & Ride lot on Old Mammoth Rd.

The shuttle operates from town pickup location areas on weekend Race days and runs about once every 30 minutes, if necessary.

Thursday, June 23 DC Shoes Golf–X : Part 1 Spectators welcome! At Sierra Star Golf Course starting at 1 p.m. Friday, June 24 Hart & Huntington Open Race Day Open, Women, Schoolboy and +25 Yrs Open. DC Shoes Golf–X: Part 2 Moto team race. Gates open at 5 a.m., Practice 7a.m., Racing 8 a.m. Saturday, June 25 Fly Racing 250 Race Day (122-144cc/250f) All 250 Class Racing. FMF 2-Stroke Challenge Gates open at 5 a.m., Practice 7a.m., Racing 8 a.m. “Moti-Gras” DJ, Transworld MX Annual Pit Bike Race, Demos, DJ, Giveaways & more. At The Village from 6 p.m-9 p.m. Monster Energy Moti-Gras After-Party At Hyde Lounge. SUNday, June 26 Loco-X.com 450 Race Day (450/250f/250cc) All 450 Class Racing. Gates open at 5 a.m., Practice 7a.m., Racing 8:30 a.m.

Hiking and bicycling to the track on Sherwin Creek Rd. is permitted. No pit bikes allowed past the gravel pit.

Current road conditions: www.dot.ca.gov MON S T E R E NE R G Y


800.427.7623 M A MMO T H Mo t oc r o s s


SPONSOR MAP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42


Another T-Shirt Shop Base Camp Café 16 Ben and Jerry’s 20 Breakfast Club Chevron Country Liquor Footloose Good Life Café Giovanni’s Grumpy’s Hyde Lounge Innsbruck Lodge John’s Pizza Juniper Springs Lodge Lingerie Lounge Mammoth Bike Park Mammoth Brewing Company Mammoth Mart Mammoth Mountain Adventure Center Mammoth Mountain Inn Mammoth RV Park McCoy Sports Mogul 38 Mountain Living Norco/76 Old New York Deli Pita Pit Quiksilver Rafters Roberto’s Sierra Nevada Lodge Sierra Star Sierra Sundance Starbucks State Farm Stellar Brew Sunshine Village Tamarack Lodge Thai’d Up Tonik Village Lodge Wave Rave



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As part of a decade-long tradition, local businesses support the Mammoth Motocross by becoming a banner sponsor. These businesses are a huge part of the event’s overall success! Look out for the banner sponsors while you are in the Mammoth Lakes area. You will recognize them by the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross Banner hanging from their store fronts. Stop in, say hello and support them while you’re here.


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Monster Energy Road to Mammoth, the qualifying event for the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross, can best be compared to the hole shot in motocross racing: everyone wants it because they know it leads to great results.

In only its second year, the Road to Mammoth (RTM) has motocross track owners lining up to host the event, and participant numbers are steadily rising. Since room for expansion of the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross is not possible at the actual Mammoth track because it sits on Forest Service land that only holds a certain number of people, the motocross team, headed by Director Mike Colbert, has maneuvered its way around the constraints it works within, and come up with a different strategy. The solution is holding six qualifying events around the country to motivate racers to compete for one of the limited spots at the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross. This year Colbert saw a 20 percent increase in participant numbers at the six qualifying rounds, which took place between January and May. “We had 500 entries at Pala, which is more than a full race day during the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross,” Colbert said. New venues for this year’s RTM included Honolulu Hills Raceway in Taft, Calif., Pala Raceway in Temecula, Calif., and OMC (Owyhee Motorcycle Club) in Boise, Idaho. Both venues had heard of the RTM in 2010 and, sensing the potential, reached out to Colbert to be included as stops along the RTM for 2011.

Boise, ID


“Even though the Road to Mammoth is still catching on, the qualifiers are quite popular and it is going to be huge in a few years,” said Darin Layton, co-owner of Honolulu Hills. Layton has been racing Mammoth Motocross since the 1980s, and one of his partners, Charlie Comfort, currently owns a home in Mammoth, so their ties to the area are strong. Layton and Darrell Melton, the third partner at Honolulu Hills, raced a lot during Mammoth Motocross’ earlier years, which was a premiere event even back then. “We were amateurs and if you won at Mammoth it looked really good on your resume,” Layton said. “We wanted to race the best riders and see how we stacked up.” “It [RTM} is a way to grow the event outside [Mammoth] with qualifiers since they can’t grow it at the actual track,” Layton said. “Honolulu Hills pursued being part of it because we know it has a great future.”

Another Mammoth motohead for many years, Brian Lueddeke, sits on the Board for the OMC in Boise. He too, realized the potential of the Monster Energy Road to Mammoth and got the rest of the motorcycle club on board. “I’ve been going to Mammoth motocross since I was a kid,” Lueddeke said. “I started calling last year to get on the list of stops for this year’s RTM.” The club and Lueddeke were successful and hosted a leg of the RTM in March. “We had some horrendous weather and a lot of people weren’t able to make it, but it was still the marquee event for our organization in the last several years,” Lueddeke said. “We really rolled out the red carpet for the riders and the Mammoth crew.” Layton and Lueddeke agreed that the overall vibe of the RTM was very positive. “I wish the weather had been better, but overall the feedback was good,” Lueddeke said.

Over the years the Mammoth Motocross has become so popular that simply opening the event to general registration was no longer filling the need of potential participants. Entry into the event was based more on the speed of a rider’s Internet connection than his or her ability as a racer.

“The Mammoth crew is great to work with; they are motoheads but additionally they are promoting the entire town [of Mammoth] and community because they realize motocross will continue to put Mammoth on the map,” Layton said.

With the RTM, racers now have the option to qualify for the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross based on skill. There are still a handful of general registration slots, but more than half of the racers competing this June 16-26 have come from the Road to Mammoth.

Both Lueddeke and Layton will be competing in this year’s Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross. Head out to the track to catch the action, stroll through Expo area and enjoy great dining and retail opportunities.

“I always wished Mammoth had done something like this,” Layton explained. “The Road to Mammoth is like the playoffs to the Super Bowl, with everyone fighting tooth and nail to get to the main event.”

Honey Lake, CA


Honolulu Hills, CA

all p h o t o s B E L O W : M ike C o lber t p h o t o R I G HT : B R A D P E A T R O S S / M A M M OTH M O U N T A I N

Mammoth Lakes, CA

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The Road to Mammoth is like the playoffs to the Super Bowl, with everyone fighting tooth and nail to get to the main event.

Darin Layton, Honolulu Hills

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SATURDAY, June 18 & SUNDAY, June 19





M A MMO T H Mo t oc r o s s


vet vet Junior 30+ Yrs. Div 1

Timothy Kletschka Leel Villarreal Scott Youngstrand Omri Moalem Mike Miller Todd Smart Steve Downing Robert Fields Matthew Schumann Chris Drake Scott Magdaleno Shy Moshe Denny Holmes Wendell Bierma Geoff Henderson Michael Hale Joseph Sutter Mark Lengner Brent Morris Pat Hodgins George Beavers Alex Vienna Phil Hunt Craig Bouman Scott Hultgren Adam Waheed Stanley Jones Scott Fichter Mike Blurton Bryan Scott Randy Tittlemier Chad Hoeppner Mike Boyd Nick Nahas Mark Bellman Kevin Franco Jason Richart Keith Hamstreet

Div 2

5 8 15 17 24 29 33 42 46 51 59 74 95 111 113 117 123 143 173 239 262 363 379 399 445 505 512 527 594 644 713 747 820 888 929

Roderick Hendrickson Brian Trenholm Meir Sabach David Harris Scott Marlow Aviad Goverman Julien Lecorps Chris Turk Steve Aguilar Stephen Schoen Kevin Haile Michael Adams Trevor Barker Gregor Robertson Jeffrey Tigert Brad Cameron Dale Gurule Brian Mes Bryce Rivera Daniel Hennarty Michael Guiso Rob Azevedo Kendall Stanley Charles Leggette John Ortiz Jeremy Snyder Cory Brown Isaiah Taylor Kirt Cothran Chuck Coulson Chris Lubas Kris Martin Kevin McCarthy Brian Davis Craig Gisler Tony Dandrea Jason Jolly Dave Profant

2 6 11 16 22 28 32 38 45 49 57 73 91 99 112 115 122 128 151 215 251 263 375 395 413 489 509 517 563 616 711 734 759 831 907 972

vet Intermediate 30+ Yrs. Div 1

Brett Fox Jason McGuidwin Brian Adams Don Emler Jason Trubey Scott Lindley Daron Rahlves Ryan McElfish Joey Cirocco Wayne Ashby Aaron Arnbrister Keith Padgett Jesus Puente Tyson Derksen Bayo Oluktoun Chad Dodson Chris Kelly Adam Morrow Chuck Tracy Jason Fields Robert Callahan

Div 2

11 23 30 73 88 99 133 139 154 193 206 222 232 288 353 387 522 568 644 689 999

p h o t o : M A M M OTH M O U N T A I N

vet Pro 30+ Yrs. Div 1

Lucky Feinstein Jeremy McGrath Ryan Hughes Doug Dubach Carl Maassberg Jason Chisum Ryan Orr Donny Roberts Carey Hart

1 2 4 15 16 18 22 33 46

Corie Flickinger Lance Richotte Brian Kuelper Brett Daugherty Brad Daugherty Chad Hubbard Greg Bennett Mike Antles Pat Monnahan Mike Tomlinson John Hay Pat O’Connell Brian Cassaro Terry Cook Trevor Cox Bryan Maze Rob Hale Jason Van Note Keith Hutchins Mike Deuel

Div 1

Michael Brian Pat Timothy Billy Matt Wayne Joel Andy

Sleeter Bacal Foster Weigand Mercier Manha Lambert Nelson Reyes

15 29 61 82 95 105 135 148 188 194 213 228 273 303 381 429 538 571 688 715

111 159 200 359 501 554 657 687 713

sr / master sr junior 40+ Yrs.

MASTER 50+ Yrs.

Div 1

Div 2


Paul Fitz-Gibbon Sage Aslett Robby Mueller Robert Werschey Mike Miller Scott Smith Martin Kennedy John Maldonado Britt Wuest Roy Abbott Aj Garcia Ricky Richardson Shy Moshe Michael Adams Wendell Bierma William Reimer Paul Mortimer Russ Petrosky Eric Collins Kenny Safford Davey McCoy Anthony Knutson Paul Cortez Brian Lueddeke Robert Pina Darren Twilegar Kenard Lipscomb Nick Wozniak Mike Lyons Angel Rodriguez Syd Woods William Welchhance Gregg Ethridge Gary Lama Kelly Gelhaus Mark Bellman Steve Parker Gardner Tarlow Jon Lyles

Mark Vanderdussen Gabi Ebaiov Derek Borg Joe Ketterl John Stich Ron Lee Mark Cline Tom Schroeder Bryan Davis Christopher Drozd Bill Hollenbeck Kevin Haile Joel Sullada Richard Rodriguez Rod Reynolds Shawn Khacherian Gavin Antill Aaron Lunsford Reine Albrecht Antoin Daily Joseph Sutter Aaron Ridill Butch Baum David Kotlarski Chris Giordano Kendall Stanley Owen Fitzsimon Luis Cepeda John Josepho Stanley Jones Ellis Harlin Chris Brooke James Dickey Chris Shapiro James Cole Robert Marmolejo Alex Hill Joel Petersen Billy McClain Kevin Ross

John Atwood Andrew Kirker Randy Chapman Steve Lawler Healy Rob Donald Franklin Bill Tarling Joel Harriott John Handelin Chip Howell Robert Hansen Jim Holley Troy Lee Steve Rawson Edward Guajardo Bruce Hendel Dennis Vetter Todd Barnhill Dan Lechtenberg Darin Layton Craig Staley Rich Tiago Mark Gambetta William Amaradio David Hobart Richard Anaya Greg Douglas Robert Stone Bob Casper Bobby Lichen Dave Blunk Chuck Hogan Jim O’Neal Dave Shelton Dave Mozingo Lloyd Wright Keevan Acevedo Joe Pena Shawn Hybarger

2 5 8 12 16 20 29 33 37 40 46 49 59 71 84 87 95 101 108 116 140 160 211 224 257 270 326 335 489 545 564 641 717 747 800 826 923

sr int 40+ Yrs. Rick Ellis Joe Melton Dan Lechtenberg Brent Blount Craig Monty Richard Schauwecker Bret Anderson Steve Cole Ian Fitz-Gibbon Chris Ray Loren Dimond Lance Richotte Mark Mariani Tony Beck Mike Carter Ricky Felicio Randy Moseley Ct Falk Giovanni Spinali Alan Jullien Bill Carter Scott Lindley Marc Matson Robert Roehlk Michael Penta Michael Barnhill Mike Antles Gary Ivin Tony Sabatella Murray Kaiman Donn Maeda Anthony Fagundes Greg Matherly Paul Kuehnel Jason Van Note Wes Clark Jay Sexton Neil Romero

3 6 9 14 17 26 32 35 38 45 47 53 67 81 86 88 98 102 111 119 146 165 214 251 258 321 333 399 517 553 632 667 721 751 817 918 926 981

sr expert 40+ Yrs. 2 3 5 11 12 17 19 20 21 24 28 29 32 37 50 54 55 63 66 70 72 99 100 105 116 132 148 149 152 186 201 222 311 451 571 624 812 940

Patrick Vacchieri Robert Engel Jeff Ward Donald Franklin Trent Dyrsmid Jeff Stanford Bryan Paquette Joe Monteith Fred Hatch Kevin Brown Tim Tynan Jonathan Rhodes Bob Ashleigh Dennis Vetter Brand Johnson Ty Swartz David Mortimer Kelly Olson Aaron Mottson Shawn Freiling Ron Miles Eddie Davis Damon Bivens Darrin Hoeft Dave Shelton Shaun Palmer Larry Jackson Gary Dodge Steve Nelson

0 2 3x 5 7 11 12 18 20 28 29 31 36 44 53 55 75 83 100 102 103 155 171 237 401 555 608 703 759

1 2 4 4 5 7 11 14 17 19 23 25 25 27 30 44 48 50 51 57 63 71 130 144 168 197 231 260 271 280 282 300 401 404 450 771 911 934

B Russ Watts Denny Ryan Robert Werschey Tom Navarro Walter Kelley III Joe Schneider Steve Dombo Marshall Marion Greg Groom Jack Mcnutt Scott Bell Mark Cline Dale Himmelreich Patrick Flynn Britt Wuest Scott Grodewald Mark Lane Ricky Richardson Dennis Burns David Blosser John Caper Mike Lapaglia Lyle Sweeter Ritchie Thorup Peter Mayforth Anthony Rose Forrest Hayashi Brent Allen Scott Sligar Mike Wilson Dave Blunk Jim O’Neal J.W. Ortberg Rick Bride Gerald Sumner Kurt Kruse Ellis Harlin Randy Winslow Layne Hanna Chip Didlake

2 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 23 29 35 38 40 42 43 44 46 55 61 93 127 144 149 151 176 280 300 312 317 425 477 517 555 596 613

photo : GALE WEBB

TUESDAY, June 21 & WEDNESDAY, june 22






M A MMO T H Mo t oc r o s s

50cc Shootout

Caden Stoll Ethan Mann Casey Carmichael Carter Dubach Cassidy Martins Rocco Studer Talan Robertson Colton Cook Jack Dizy Andrew Bragdon Ben Knoblock Luke Kalaitzian Ashton Silverthorne Stilez Robertson Steven Schneider Andrew Hertzler Dilan Schwartz Kole Krautstrunk Max Miller Michael Lischin Bajaine Horton Ethon Reyes

65cc 6-8

Andy Fahey Rocco Studer Blake Machado Chris Nunes Ethan Mann Tj Williams Riley Jaggers Hunter Reynolds Hobie Hood Cole Bailey Andrew Bragdon Jeremy Hunt Kyle Turner Luke Kalaitzian Joshua Varize Stilez Robertson Travis Whitwam Dilan Schwartz Ben Knoblock Austin Dooley Kole Krautstrunk Michael Sandoval Max Miller Ethon Reyes

65cc 9-11 Div #1

Mike McBride Tanner Amarillas Colin Cline Kobi Cummins Derek Drake Kainosuke Oshiro Max Lee Shane Logan Conner Mullennix Grant Harlan Gabriel Jairala Kyle Carpenter Dylan Hooper Cole Petrosky Trevor Lewis Kyle Greeson Hunter Miller Colby Halpain Daniel Walton Mason Matthies Cade Matherly Robby Schott Tate Robertson Alex Katzenbach Luis Macias Ezra Sisk

65cc 9-11 Div #2

2 5 9 15 18 19 35 52 123 144 199 210 212 325 355 424 470 525 604 630 721 951 7 19 31 32 52 102 117 118 123 127 144 154 195 210 324 325 352 470 506 514 525 555 604 951 1 4 17 27 33 46 50 56 88 101 111 124 131 143 164 200 221 228 293 365 425 523 579 685 800 934

Nicholas Orrill 2 Ciaran Naran 11 Brock Lueddeke 21 Ryan Keck 28 Nolan Colborn 43 Gordon Keck 47 Austin Black 55 Connor Staley 70 Dillon Farmer 99 Gavin Leachman 109 Carson Mumford 122 Matthew Sigler 130 Dylan Laventure 141 Zach Darnley 156 Dustin “Dusty” Barnes 179 Alec Grogan-Crane 211 Austin Miller 227 Jesse West 271 Christopher Shenoy 311 Max Case 411 Mcclellan Hile 505 Michael Sandoval 555 Mitchell Falk 612 Collin O’Reilly 724 Nathon Reyes 909 Joshua Schultze 999

85cc 7-11 Div #1

Connor Jardine Ciaran Naran Zachary Walker Jesse West Cody Mccoy Derek Drake Cody Charboneau Ian Smith Rene Garcia Dillon Farmer Connor Giardina Robbie Wageman Kyle Carpenter Cole Tompkins Joshua Lee Zach Darnley Adam Turner Jacob Barnes McCoy Brough Kaden Weber Christopher Shenoy Harley Swank Cole Puckett Noah Baker Aaden Veazie Austin Walton McClellan Hile T.J. Stewart Tate Robertson Bryson Gardner

85cc 7-11 Div #2

Cole Carmichael Tyler Weyman Cody Eaton Carter Halpain Jordan Bailey Sean Cantrell Gordon Keck Austin Black Ezra Lewis Antonio Sadorra Robert Baumback Grant Harlan Cole Bailey Benny Landry Connor Kilmartin McDonald Miles Kyle Greeson Hunter Miller Tyler Hoeft Nicholas Dorsett Brock Washburn Michael Mosiman Chevy Holmes Jeffrey Lepere Max Xander Joshua Clark Cameron Atkinson Dallas Dussault Bajaine Horton Slater Skirvin

2 11 24 27 31 33 44 49 69 99 101 108 124 133 147 156 196 220 234 272 311 329 371 413 441 500 505 525 579 837 7 20 26 28 32 37 47 55 73 100 104 111 127 143 149 168 200 221 237 286 327 342 380 429 458 501 506 561 721 910

85cc 12-13 Div #1

Elliot Weiland Dylan Zachry Jake Bork Tristan Charboneau Rylas Uddberg Tristan Miller Dustin Pearson Kyle Murphy Tony Giusti Derek McConnell James De Arman Hayden Cole John Vander Dussen Tyler Kearns Christopher Hernds Chad Heishman Braden O’Neal Mason Olson Jake Newman Carson Carr Zach Bierbower Senett Ferris Scott Grogan-Crane Tanner Scogin Chase Bell Jacob Romero Steven Schneider Deegan Vonlossberg Brandon Pozas Dallas Christoffersen Aaron Shea Gavin Clouser Alex Swengel Carlen Gardner Jack Fowler Cole Barbieri

10 15 16 23 35 40 51 56 70 75 93 95 98 105 111 127 129 141 153 173 181 210 226 235 289 355 423 452 612 618 701 778 835 898 972

85cc 12-13 Div #2

Dare Demartile Bruno Moreda Kevin Alcorn Bryce Waters Collin Shiner Mason Howard Gordon Jr. Keller Jeremy Byrne Dylan Evans Christian Grier Shayne Foster Luke Purther John Vanderdussen Jake Pinhancos Chance Lucchesi Jarett Megla Callion McHaney Dylan Bolinger Cameron Reitzel Hunter Rastavan Justin Wasemiller Mason Rodriguez Jake Foltz Sebastian Toth Jack Saggau Mark Worth Graysen Foust Luc Santos Tanner Richart Justin Hoeft Rookie White Michael Wicker Ayrton Ward Tyler Hansel Nathan Seals Michelle Smith

85cc 14-16 Yrs Frederick Austin Marc Willy Troy Rowdy Jaisaac Tyler Tanner Sam Zack Drake Allyson Garrett Zach Rachael Joey Adam Joseph Ryan Cole Cash

Roefer Carter Rossiter Simons Jr. Graffunder Soland Sloan Davis Basso Franklin Moistner Evans Miller Mendes Norton Smith Gregory Archambo Marroquin Kubis Lewis Swank

5 12 15 17 25 38 42 55 59 74 88 94 95 101 106 122 128 132 144 160 174 195 211 229 279 321 413 429 515 615 663 763 797 881 921 988 8 25 30 46 49 61 63 66 72 114 133 149 191 252 313 364 377 422 527 722 766 818

85cc Open Div #1

Antonio Sadorra Connor Giardina Bryce Waters Austin Carter Carter Halpain Cody McCoy Sean Cantrell Troy Graffunder Tony Giusti Jaisaac Sloan James De Arman Hayden Cole Tyler Kearns Robert Baumback Chad Heishman Callion McHaney Dylan Bolinger Carson Carr Miles McDonald Scott Grogan-Crane Chase Bell Nicholas Dorsett Michael Mosiman Chevy Holmes Deegan Vonlossberg Max Xander Gavin Clouser Alex Swengel Carlen Gardner

85cc Open Div #2 Dare Kevin Rylas Cody Marc Jordan Willy Austin Dylan Ezra

Demartile Alcorn Uddberg Eaton Rossiter Bailey Simons Jr. Black Evans Lewis

10 17 25 28 31 37 49 56 63 75 93 98 104 111 128 132 153 168 210 235 286 342 380 423 458 701 778 835 5 15 23 26 30 32 46 55 59 73

mini Elliot Weiland Luke Purther Jake Pinhancos Chance Lucchesi Braden O’Neal Mason Olson Cameron Reitzel Zach Darnley Zach Bierbower Sebastian Toth Garrett Mendes Mark Worth Steven Schneider Graysen Foust Deegan Vonlossberg Austin Walton Ryan Kubis Ayrton Ward Jack Fowler

88 94 101 106 127 129 144 156 173 229 252 321 355 413 423 500 722 797 898

Supermini Div #1 John Vanderdussen Corbin Hayes Bruno Moreda Jaidan Papp Tristan Charboneau Tyler Weyman Marc Rossiter Randy Leads Sean Cantrell Gaetano Scalzo Troy Graffunder Jeremy Byrne Rene Garcia Nick Decarli Shayne Foster Hayden Cole Connor Giardina Chance Lucchesi Tyler Simpson Mason Olson Newman Jake Drake Evans Hunter Rastavan Senett Ferris Mason Rodriguez Brandy Richards Zack Meyers McCoy Brough Kyle Mercier Jacob Romero Rachael Smith Billy Deile Justin Hoeft Bajaine Horton Cash Swank Jack Fowler Cole Barbieri

2 12 14 16 20 30 33 37 41 49 55 69 74 88 93 101 106 121 129 141 149 160 181 195 198 216 234 247 289 364 511 615 721 818 898 972

Supermini Div #2 Jake Trey Zach Kevin Bryce Rylas Jordan Tristan Don Gordon Kyle Jaisaac Tanner Kai Adam John Dylan Aaron Callion Dylan Cameron Carson Miles Allyson Jantz Jake Tanner Chase Jack Mark Dustin Joseph Rookie Brad Carlen Nathan Michelle

Bork Lopez Norton Alcorn Waters Uddberg Bailey Miller Licon Keller Murphy Sloan Basso Mukai Cianciarulo Vanderdussen Zachry Gewecke McHaney Bolinger Reitzel Carr McDonald Miller Grodzicki Foltz Scogin Bell Saggau Worth Creson Marroquin White Munson Gardner Seals Smith

11 13 15 17 23 32 35 39 42 51 63 72 83 92 95 105 117 128 132 144 153 168 191 196 211 226 235 279 321 444 527 663 731 835 921 988

FRIDAY, june 24






M A MMO T H Mo t oc r o s s

opeN : schoolboy / women / +25 / dc golf-X 12-16 Schoolboy Div #1

Open Junior Div #1

Open Intermediate Div #1

Open Pro Div #1

Garret Eckman Aaron Gewecke 17 Desmond Spears 22 Jackson Kevan 28 Steven Lopez 34 Jonah Cormier 38 Clyde McCoy 44 Wyatt Fowler 53 Thomas Covington 64 Zach Teno 66 Trustin Sgouromitis 72 Kai Mukai 83 Zach Bell 100 Nicholas Nisbet 117 Dillan Epstein 129 Justin Hill 154 David King 161 Christian Fletcher 186 Justin Liddell 211 Kyle Koehler 222 Zachary Clauser 236 Ryan Vonlossberg 245 Brandon Scharer 307 Tanner Howell 316 Derek Bee 323 Wesley Parker 348 Chandler Jarreau-Legarda 413 Nick Beall 425 Alyas Wardius 433 Brandon Pozas 452 Jennifer Burton 519 Brady Kiesel 556 Chris Alldredge 588 Jesse Sanchez 651 Brad Munson 731 Steven Gibson 754 Todd Adams 799

Jonah Locks Brandon Schlegel Nicholas Lapaglia Dominic Greeson David Long Hayden Joseph Mitch Pernsteiner Lucas Maldonado Nick Decarli Antonio Hernandez Ricardo Barbosa Garry Reynolds Joey Pappas Griffin Fuller Johnny Chico Mike Wilson Eric Miller Conner Maxwell Robbie Mitchell Chris Jones Phil Hunt Sheldon Proscelle Timmy Koppi Brandon Buchanan Adam Waheed Cody McDonough Jack Miller Cody Melendez Brent Rouse Jahaziel Palma Chance Ferro Brian Davis Dane Rouse Justin Lee Quentin Money Jared Nelson Johnathon Veta

Ryan Hughes Brady Lasher Robby Bell Landon Currier Scott Agostini Conner Stouff Adrian Roman Preston Tilford Jamie Lanza Michael Sleeter Mat Inda Mitch Carvolth Riley Brough Dakota Garner Kyle Swanson Jack Garrabrant Timothy Weigand Chris Hay Mike Mason Luca Nastrini Jake Oswald Tyler Bereman Christopher See Armando Aguilar Justin Bogle

4 22 32 36 38 46 61 74 99 111 169 177 214 261 313 358 359 421 475 561 643 653 700 777 891

12-16 Schoolboy Div #2

Open Junior Div #2

Connor Davis Daniel Meynet Colton Aeck Taylor Nester Alvaro Cardenas Jake Mohnike Jaisaac Sloan Jake Lyon Claudio Leocata Jonathan Chappell Nick Castillo Cory Graffunder Ty Christoffersen Ryan Lester Jared Jones Adam Call Austin Wurster Dalton Bailey Jesse Gore Chad Geib Javier Tobar Colby Coghill Shaun Wilcox Cooper Hall Chris Proscelle Vann Martin Kevin Butler Garrett Wallace Jesse Williams Devin Wilson Jason Bunch Tyler Hansen Tyler Enticknap Kevin Weisbruch Blake Savage Ryan Pluckhan Alex Ficco Jessie Huntley Brent Bowser

Kevin Rookstool Michael Lapaglia, IV Taylor Robert Chris Blose Carey Hart Chris Plouffe Tony Evans Jessy Nelson Grant Hays Mark Samuels Nathan Tiearney Damion Tackett Sean Kranyak Casey Casper Rusty Holland Timothy Weigand Nick Schmidt Kasey Morris Matt Manha Jacob Hayes Matt Armstrong Brian Sjogren Justin Soule Trevor Reis Adam Conway

13 31 33 38 46 52 66 79 106 130 173 195 236 280 335 359 415 446 554 573 651 661 762 846 952

10 21 26 31 35 42 46 63 65 71 79 95 116 128 148 159 171 194 212 227 242 251 310 317 329 382 424 432 444 496 528 559 642 700 743 761 882

Dylan Galliett John Teller Chad Blackburn Hugh McDonald John Caper Garrett Powell Travis Burrough Ryan McAllister Thomas McAllister Cameron Kyler Luke Galindo Tallen Mitchell Anthony Allen Cole Wasemiller David King Brett Abernethy John Milner Jason Colvin Jantz Grodzicki Johnny Martinez Garrett Christoffersen Monte Manry Colby Coghill Justin Delap Nathan Johnston Justin Amos Andreas Rasmussen Anthony Amos T-Mo Moore Connor Ericsson Anavrin Brooks Jeff Gibson Deric Lane Ean McElroy Jake Rawlings K Mill Caleb Duster

4 10 19 37 44 53 65 72 75 96 103 112 120 127 161 186 188 193 196 219 275 308 317 345 427 433 496 528 576 694 717 744 761 765 811 926 963

15 26 32 35 46 63 88 95 101 107 115 119 123 132 153 156 181 210 280 299 317 322 376 393 421 452 473 525 582 624 674 724 752 762 788 822 853 977

Open Intermediate Div #2 Tyler Bolin Cole Thompson Blake Butler Steven Lopez Jonah Cormier Cody Baker Zane Farner Chris Gaumer Jimmy Pappas Nate Hawley Mitch Van De Mortel Dylan Kappeler Korie Haas Garrett Hogan Austin Burns Justin Hill Anthony Romero Cole Seeley Eric Rizzo Joshua Camarena John Achey Dylan Bennett Ian McGinnis Tommy Lechtenberg Brandon Petersen Chris Carrillo Brendan Osmer Preston Joy Dylan Lane Mason Sweeden Chuck Henson Steven Tokarski Michael Maze Brett Saunders Michael Fontana Eric Blankenship Evan Pflock Corey Brinkmeyer Cody Wallace

Plus 25 Years Open

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Austin Van Meter Rj Wageman Colton Aeck Max Harris Alvaro Cardenas Caden Hadley Jake Mohnike Jaisaac Sloan Travis Burrough Jonathan Perry Joseph Reynolds Claudio Leocata Dylan Kappeler Hunter Falk Clint Wells Brendan Sepe Bryce Waters Cole Seeley Max Grogan-Crane Tanner Bjorklund Josh Mosiman Dean Mannschreck Starr Savage Colby Coghill Austin Sunderland Anthony Gutridge Tyler Custer Cody McDonough Dustin Creson Cody Scott Anthony Amos Dylan Merriam Chris Buchanan James Wilcox Max Sisco Billy Adams Austin Burmeister

8 17 33 42 47 61 71 74 85 100 105 117 126 155 173 187 191 194 216 239 279 316 325 379 432 433 512 551 658 712 734 755 762 794 923 952

Casey Dean Brody Erwin Cory Nelson Brian Kuelper Ryan McElfish Brian Raleigh Travis Ellis Jesse Drake Aaron Arnbrister Eric Liddell Shaun Wilcox Jonathan Belding Ryan Abler Bryan Maze Brendan Osmer Andrew Murphy Keith Hutchins Jordan Eubanks

11 16 27 34 38 61 79 94 99 107 112 116 121 124 141 154 161 194 274 294 317 319 335 392 417 441 462 523 561 621 636 710 727 757 766 791 826 930 992

16 30 32 61 139 143 177 194 206 261 322 360 418 429 462 541 688 737

Open Pro Div #2

Women Amateur

Jessica Lucas Tasa Herndon Brook Whipple Kaide Garrett Naomi Garcia Sarah Taylor Kelly Barbosa Holly Hoffman Monica Somers Danielle Cuellar Lindsey Didlake Katie Gonzales Amber Fazzino Ashley Jung Sarah Troxel Casandra Przysiecki Heather Majcherek Cortney Roewer Kayla Smith Linda Thomas Allyson Miller Brandy Richards Kaeli Creson Ashley Hayes Chandler Bell Jonnel Jane w icz-Leggette Hope Searcy Shelby Ward Staci Woodrum Coleen Dwyer Amber Felicio Jennifer Burton Erika Werner Tiana Falls Katie Clark Michelle Dana Nicole Riley Fallon Wawak

10 11 13 14 14 15 16 21 24 33 67 73 80 91 92 97 111 118 137 138 191 198 222 227 228 236 253 294 391 432 454 519 555 700 701 720 779 825

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250cc Dylan Anderson Jonah Locks Steven Lazar Zachary Kisman Josh Fike Max Harris Jordan Powell Drake Evans Sean Foos Eric Jones Kai Mukai Cameron Kyler Tallen Mitchell Jake Johnson Brodie Keefe Nathaniel Garza Robert Cord Jantz Grodzicki Adam Munoz Justin Minsch Bradley Razo Taylor Barone Kioni Johnson Nathan Cernicky Conner Monks Cody McDonough Cody Melendez Ethan Hoffman Brent Rouse Brandon Roach Sloan Harlin Cody Carter Chance Ferro Hunter Doyle Justin Lee Bud Niblack Spencer Casey Garrett Baxter

5 14 27 31 37 49 59 67 83 96 112 122 138 147 179 196 223 242 267 316 351 381 417 432 512 525 551 581 631 693 712 743 762 779 847 943

Junior Div #2 Jordan Mendes Hugh McDonald James Gipson Martin Kennedy Jackson Kevan Ryan Moe Don Licon Ryan Surratt Mitch Pernsteiner Jonathan Perry Antonio Hernandez Luke Galindo Nicholas Nisbet Nolan Beyer Robert Tanner Clint Wells John Milner Max Grogan-Crane Tanner Bjorklund Dean Mannschreck Kristoffer Palm Tanner Howell Patrick Hannah Anthony Gutridge Brian Swan Jack Miller Justin Jones Nate Jones Dylan Merriam Daniel Mills Jonathan Winters Connor Ericsson Anavrin Brooks Steven Gibson Keevan Acevedo Quentin Money Kyle Doyle Johnathon Veta

7 16 28 32 39 51 61 71 85 103 117 127 141 148 188 212 227 251 271 316 357 382 423 433 514 527 559 595 655 694 717 754 771 794 891 952

Junior Div #3 Cody Scott Kyle Fry Douglas Manhire Nicholas Lapaglia Dylan Gillespie Dominic Greeson Clyde McCoy Garrett Powell Travis Burrough Ryan Boardman Austin Hickman Garry Reynolds Luke Loggins Paul Saunders Kirk Raleigh

2 10 17 29 33 44 53 65 72 88 105 118 132 143

Johnny Chico Conner Maxwell Johnny Martinez Zachary Clauser William Botto Garrett Christoffersen Luke Jump Kyle Batchelder John Hansen Nick Beall Dalton Zahrt Andrew Richardson Jacob Dillashaw Ryan Nowak Matthew Evans Jahaziel Palma James Wilcox Cody Miller Dane Rouse Tyler Felix Austin Meyers Jared Nelson Caleb Duster

155 191 219 236 260 275 341 367 395 425 494 522 528 572 612 658 700 725 755 777 809 923 963

Junior Div #4

Ryan McAllister Dylan Galliett Joey Pappas Chad Blackburn Cody Fendley Seth Ward Hayden Joseph Justin Fodor Zach Teno Nick Decarli Tanner Leach Cole Safford Anthony Allen Kevin Barbosa Gunnar Johnston David King Robbie Mitchell Kaeli Creson Luke Jacobsma Jared Yedlicka Dylan Tighe Devin Galvan Brett Thompson Dylan Mozingo Nathan Johnston Andreas Rasmussen Miles Daniele Anthony Amos T-Mo Moore Gage Farner Curtis Shapiro Logan Baker Brad Munson Billy Adams Nicole Riley Jake Rawlings Brandon Baxter Aaron Wolff

4 11 19 31 37 47 55 66 74 88 110 120 134 144 161 194 222 242 263 312 348 377 406 427 496 523 528 576 613 665 708 731 761 779 811 942 986

Intermediate Div #1 Tyler Krisman Austin Van Meter Casey Dean Colton Aeck Steven Lopez Corey Freeman Jake Mohnike Darryl Saville Thomas Covington Jake Lyon Zach Bell Ty Christoffersen Dillan Epstein Austin Wurster Tim Etchemendy Cole Seeley Cody Baker Ryan Vonlossberg Derek Bee Ian McGinnis Chris Proscelle Tyler Custer Kevin Butler Brady Kiesel Mason Sweeden Max Groom Tyler Hansen Max Sisco Ryan Pluckhan Todd Adams Dylan Lemburg

10 16 26 34 41 46 55 64 88 100 119 129 156 174 194 221 245 323 335 393 424 452 556 621 659 674 743 788 799 883

Pro Div #2

Intermediate Div #2 Alex Dunch Tyler Bolin Rj Wageman Blake Butler Alvaro Cardenas Caden Hadley Dusty Phares Dylan Mroz Trustin Sgouromitis Claudio Leocata Jonathan Chappell Korie Haas Austin Burns Brendan Sepe Daniel Lawson Jesse Gore Kyle Koehler Brandon Scharer Seth Hughes Wesley Parker Chandler Monks Alyas Wardius Garrett Wallace Dylan Lane Jason Bunch Ty Siminoe Steven Tokarski Kevin Weisbruch Eric Blankenship Jessie Huntley Corey Brinkmeyer

Matt Baca Taylor Robert Landon Currier Chris Plouffe Garrett Potter Jamie Lanza Michael Sleeter Mat Inda Riley Brough Kyle Swanson Timothy Weigand Travis Smith T J Bettenhausen Luca Nastrini Jacob Hayes Jake Oswald Brian Sjogren Conner Stouff Justin Bogle Travis Bright

11 21 27 35 42 49 62 72 95 101 121 141 159 177 210 222 307 327 348 419 433 473 561 624 662 710 752 791 853 930

Colton Aeck Michael Lapaglia, IV Chris Blose Wyatt Fowler Eric Jones Scott Salisberry Mitch Van De Mortel Doug Johnson Pat Monnahan Tanner Bjorklund Josh Mosiman Dylan Tighe Tyler Krisman Jack Garrabrant Andreas Rasmussen Chris Alldredge Jake Oswald Tyler Hansen Travis Hoffman Brad Munson Jordan Eubanks Nick Thiel Justin Lee Stan Griffin

Intermediate Div #3 Connor Davis Daniel Meynet Desmond Spears Taylor Nester Jonah Cormier Garret Eckman Wyatt Fowler Jaisaac Sloan Joseph Reynolds Jeremy McCool Cody Acquistapace Hunter Falk Justin Hill Anthony Romero Dalton Bailey Justin Liddell Josh Mosiman Starr Savage Austin Sunderland Brandon Acquistapace Vann Martin Chris Carrillo Jesse Williams Chris Alldredge Jesse Sanchez James Southwick Jc Bell Blake Savage Brandon Ward Austin Burmeister

Pro Div #1

Brady Lasher Robby Bell Zachary Cobb Scott Agostini Preston Tilford Jessy Nelson Kyle Peters Kramer Patterson Damion Tackett Blake Jump Timothy Weigand Nick Sanchez Chris Hay Garrett Maxwell Tyler Ash Tylor Hemme Tyler Bereman Christopher See Cody Hammond Coty Loudenburg Jordan Reynolds

31 33 36 52 78 99 111 169 214 313 359 417 458 561 573 643 661 846 891 965

FMF 2 Stroke Challenge Div #1

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26 31 38 53 67 102 112 122 188 227 242 312 327 358 496 588 643 674 722 731 737 749 762 811

FMF 2 Stroke Challenge Div #2 Blake Butler Trevor Walsh Dan Lechtenberg Zach Teno Jeremy Mccool Michael Sleeter Ty Christoffersen Ryan McElfish Riley Brough Tim Stone Chad Geib Ron Renaud Austin Sunderland Dave Shelton Shaun Palmer Matthew Hendrix Ty Siminoe Christopher See Cody Miller Wayne Appleton Nick Hamill Steven Gibson Tyler Felix Kyle Doyle

22 32 35 38 74 79 110 112 195 241 359 411 421 518 568 627 653 749 849 931 992 photo : GALE WEBB

Junior Div #1

27 34 50 66 99 111 119 139 214 232 280 321 329 401 555 622 662 700 725 735 737 754 777 891

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450cc: 250-450 Junior Div 1

Div 2

Garrett Schnepp John Teller 10 John Radich 18 Shannon Kruse 27 David Long 42 Garrett Powell 53 Antonio Hernandez 85 Michael Kellum 112 Jared Jones 132 Kirk Raleigh 143 Hayden Morey 161 Jason Colvin 193 Zachary Clauser 236 Dean Mannschreck 251 Kristoffer Palm 271 Timmy Koppi 316 Brandon Buchanan 325 Brett Thompson 377 Austin Lair 396 Nick Beall 425 Jesse Hagoort 450 Cody Melendez 512 Andrew Richardson 522 Justin Jennings 533 T-Mo Moore 576 Gage Farner 613 Logan Baker 708 John Wheeler 727 Jeff Gibson 744 Justin Lee 762 Eric Collins 808 Dominick Vandenberg 913 Aaron Wolff 986

Zachary Kisman Ron Lee Dylan Anderson Trevor Walsh Jonah Locks Mitch Pernsteiner Scott Winslow Luke Loggins Paul Cortez Nathaniel Garza Mike Wilson Matt Bird Justin Minsch Jared Yedlicka Sheldon Proscelle Cody Humphrey Patrick Hannah Nathan Cernicky Conner Monks Jack Miller Dalton Zahrt Justin Jones Miles Daniele Andrew Murphy Daniel Harper Chad Williams Josh Fike Cody Fendley Dane Rouse Ean McElroy Austin Meyers Shane Tanner

Intermediate Div 1

Div 2

Jeremy McCool Cole Thompson 16 Taylor Nester 32 Cody Baker 61 Jake Lyon 88 Claudio Leocata 95 Jonathan Chappell 101 Nate Hawley 107 Cory Graffunder 115 Ty Christoffersen 119 Garrett Hogan 124 Adam Call 153 Austin Wurster 156 Dalton Bailey 181 Cody Baker 221 Eric Rizzo 274 Joshua Camarena 294 John Achey 317 Derek Bee 323 Wesley Parker 348 Cooper Hall 376 Brandon Petersen 417 Vann Martin 421 Kevin Butler 452 Preston Joy 523 Max Groom 659 James Southwick 671 Steven Tokarski 710 Tyler Enticknap 724 Kevin Weisbruch 752 Blake Savage 762 Eric Blankenship 791 Alex Ficco 822 Jessie Huntley 853

Austin Van Meter 10 Blake Butler 27 Andrew Cooney 40 Zane Farner 79 Chris Gaumer 94 Jimmy Pappas 99 Nathan Miles 103 Mitch Van De Mortel 112 Dylan Kappeler 116 Ryan Lester 123 Austin Burns 141 Justin Hill 154 Casey Dean 161 Justin Liddell 211 Brian Cassaro 273 Chad Geib 280 Javier Tobar 299 Dylan Bennett 319 Seth Hughes 327 Brandon Acquistapace 374 Tommy Lechtenberg 392 Chandler Monks 419 Alyas Wardius 433 Garrett Wallace 473 Devin Wilson 582 Ty Siminoe 662 Tyler Hansen 674 Jc Bell 712 Michael Maze 727 Brett Saunders 757 Michael Fontana 766 Kyle Adams 817 Evan Pflock 826 Cody Wallace 992

Div 3 Gregor Robertson Nicholas Lapaglia Jason Booth Hugh McDonald Robert Boldt Thomas McAllister Garry Reynolds Derek Kaurich Robert Tanner Josh Grise Christian Fletcher Chris Jones Luke Jacobsma Bradley Razo Monte Manry Mark Harstine Travis Fithian Anthony Gutridge Craig Owen Justin Amos Andreas Rasmussen Dylan Lair Ethan Hoffman Dylan Merriam Daniel Mills Brad Crouse Colton Dobson Rob Tuchie Deric Lane Bud Niblack Spencer Casey Matt Hove

14 19 34 44 61 100 118 140 147 173 214 242 263 279 319 357 381 417 433 494 514 523 541 583 616 712 731 755 765 809 921

Pro Div 1

Matt Baca Kevin Rookstool Robby Bell Landon Currier Chris Blose Carey Hart Adrian Roman Preston Tilford Jamie Lanza Kyle Peters Kramer Patterson Mat Inda Mitch Carvolth Riley Brough Dakota Garner Kyle Swanson Rusty Holland Timothy Weigand Nick Schmidt Chris Hay Kasey Morris Mike Mason Luca Nastrini Jacob Hayes Tylor Hemme Matt Armstrong Brian Sjogren Wayne Appleton Charles Whittelsey Justin Soule Trevor Reis Justin Bogle Jordan Reynolds

17 21 37 45 75 105 127 141 149 186 216 242 267 308 323 371 382 423 433 496 515 525 559 595 623 716 737 761 779 847 961

Div 2 13 32 36 38 46 61 74 99 110 112 169 177 214 261 313 335 359 415 421 446 475 561 573 627 651 661 735 745 762 846 891 992

Ryan Hughes 4 Michael Lapaglia, Iv 31 Taylor Robert 33 Scott Agostini 38 Conner Stouff 46 Chris Plouffe 52 Tony Evans 66 Jessy Nelson 79 Grant Hays 106 Michael Sleeter 111 Mark Samuels 130 Nathan Tiearney 173 Alan Gabrielson 207 Sean Kranyak 236 Casey Casper 280 Jeremy Girard 327 Jack Garrabrant 358 Timothy Weigand 359 Travis Smith 417 Cody McDonough 432 T J Bettenhausen 458 Garrett Maxwell 518 Tyler Ash 568 Ryan Manha 621 Jake Oswald 643 Tyler Bereman 653 Christopher See 700 Bobby Hesse 736 Chris See 749 Armando Aguilar 777 Cody Hammond 849 Adam Conway 952

KTMs & Killer Trout Motoheads, welcome to the 2011 Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross! I’m super stoked on the event as I started riding dirt bikes for the first time in my life 16 months ago, and am totally hooked. My story? I got tired of hearing my fellow alpine ski coaches at Mammoth Mountain tell me how much fun riding was in the summer. So I dropped into Golden State Cycle in Bishop in February 2010, and bought a WR250R. Back then I was intimidated by a sport unknown to me, and I didn’t quite know what to expect. Starting to ride at age 35 is later than most, but now it’s in my blood. I’m already saving my coins and doing my research on the next bike going into my garage/quiver. My WR250R is a keeper, but as riders racing these next few days know, it is a supercharged lawnmower compared to an amped up track bike. Yep, the future holds for me a motocross bike, and the potential of one cracked rib. But, I’m hooked on the sport. Speaking of hooks … When you’re not spinning laps on the track there is some incredible fishing worth getting into in these parts, and the professional and friendly fishing outfitters in town provide good, solid advice about where to fish and what to use. It’s no secret that Mammoth possesses world-class fishing very close to town. We invite you to dunk some worms, cast a lure, or delicately place a fly on a stream.

By Chris Leonard Crowley Lake gets about 500,000 trout planted in its waters every August. Whether you want to dunk night crawlers, flip Thomas Buoyants, or midge fish for trout, there are huge trophies in this lake just waiting for you. Another gem is Convict Lake just northwest of Crowley. Don’t miss spending a late afternoon at one of these two locales, either casting from the shore or from a pontoon. Our trophy spot for bait, spin, and fly anglers is The Owens River. There are plenty of great holes up and down this fishery located southeast of Mammoth. It is wader-friendly and stacked with fish.

C h ris L e o nard a t H o t C reek wi t h t r o u t caug h t o n t h e fly.

If you are a fly angler, Hot Creek is the place to spend a morning. The snowmelt run off is currently moving hard and fast, but you can catch trout if you have the right fly and work under the ledges where the trout are lurking. Step into any outfitter in town to find answers for specific angling questions, inquire about fly fishing, rent gear, or pick up tackle, bait, flies, and/or your fishing license. Every outfitter also offers guiding service to make the most of your time on the water. Whether you are a veteran to fishing the Eastside, or have yet to try it, don’t leave town without spending some time on the water. It ain’t the adrenaline of soaring over a tabletop on a 450, but it certainly is thrilling to find yourself with a bent rod. Go fast, and tight lines. A more detailed report can be found at www.kittredgesports.com/fishing_report.php Chris Leonard guides for Kittredge Sports. Call 760-934-7566.

DC GOLF TOURNAMENT FOLDS INTO MAMMOTH MOTOCROSS The second annual DC-hosted, Golf-X Tournament kicks off on June 23 as part of the Mammoth Motocross event. The tournament includes a two-man golf scramble on Thursday, June 23 at the Sierra Star Golf Course, in Mammoth Lakes followed by a two-moto format race on Friday, June 24. One of the two competing golfers from the scramble must compete in the motos the following day. The team score from the golf tournament will combine with the two motos score for one final score. All levels of competitors can compete, but the tournament will be capped at 80 participants. The team with the highest golf/moto score will be named the winner. Check out www.xtrm.com/web/Promoter/ Event/EventInformation.aspx?xuATWw7B5n VdZyj43SQVhQ==12abc12 to sign up and join DC motocross riders Tyler Bereman and Chris Plouffe in the competition. DC will be participating in all of the activities during the two week Mammoth Motocross event, so be sure to stop by the DC RV for games and prizes and to meet some of the DC crew. DC’s legendary pro motocross rider Jeremy McGrath will be competing in the Vet Pro event for Mammoth Motocross, while DC riders, Adam Cianciarulo, Zach Bell, Chase Bell, and Carson Mumford will compete in the mini moto races. For more on the DC Moto team visit www. dcshoes.com/moto and for all the latest news stay tuned to DC’s Facebook pages including the DC Moto page, at www. facebook.com/DCShoes and www.facebook.com/DCMoto.



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John Teller’s

family used to cringe at the idea of him racing bikes during the ski offseason. Why risk injury, they would ask. Why risk your career on a hobby? Two reasons. One, both John and his family saw that there was a correlation between his moto results and his skiercross results. The better he rode, the better he skied, and vice versa. Two, riding is a helluva lot of fun. A little more than six months ago, I wrote my first story about John Teller.

Teller began racing bikes in the interval between leaving alpine and trying skiercross. A mechanic at Alpine Garage in Mammoth during the offseason, Teller works on his own bike (an ‘06). He used to race in the Nevada series (Hawthorne, Fernley) but not so much anymore. Generally, he’ll just travel down south to a track and ride for the weekend. At Mammoth Motocross, Teller races in the 450 Junior and Open Junior events. Last year marked the first year he made a main, finishing about 20th in the final. This came after a few top-20 finishes on the World Cup Skiercross circuit in the final two races of the 2009-2010 season.

He was gearing up for the 2010-2011 World Cup campaign (Teller races for the U.S. Skiercross team) and looking to the local community for some financial assistance to help make that happen.

“There was definitely carryover [to Motocross] from the World Cup,” Teller said.

A former alpine racer, Teller had retired from competitive skiing before taking up skiercross a few years ago.

About six weeks after that Thanksgiving interview, John Teller became the first American to ever win a World Cup skiercross race. He followed that up by winning gold at the X Games in Aspen, defeating the #1 ranked Canadian, Chris Del Bosco, in a thrilling final.

For the uninitiated, skiercross is essentially a Chinese Downhill, but on a set course. Each heat has six participants. First three make it to the next round. Until the finals, when the best man wins. As Teller says, skiercross and motocross are technically very similar, in terms of body position, using one’s legs as suspension, keeping the shoulders level. “Passing, looking for different lines, jumping, endurance ... it all crosses over.”

Like Teller, Del Bosco also cross-trains— but as a mountain biker. U.S. skiing great Daron Rahlves, owner of a dozen World Cup ski victories and a World Championship gold, not only has moto history, but also used to race jet skis.

Did Teller have any idea he’d be this successful at skiercross? Teller: I knew I had good ability, but in my first race ... I landed in between a guy’s skis off a jump. It was an adjustment. You’ve got to trust the guys next to you, and they’ve got to trust you. This is why nobody wants to train with the French. They’re all over the place.

Is moto similar? Teller: Yeah. There are some guys you want to steer clear of. Every year in practice, a 16year-old ripper usually takes me out (laughs). It’s been a long road to the top for Teller, 28, but he’s got his feet on the ground (he’s marrying longtime sweetie Angela Dessert on July 9 at Twin Lakes), his sense of humor intact, and he fully intends to keep his job at Alpine Garage no matter what happens in his career. But things, yes, things are slightly different now than they once were.

With his success this year, Teller’s brief fundraising career has come to an end. It lasted all of about three weeks.

Have people come in and asked for your autograph?

In addition to his hometown sponsorship by Mammoth Mountain, Teller is now sponsored by Atomic, and the U.S. Freeskiing team (which includes skiercross, half pipe and slopestyle) is sponsored by North Face.

Have they asked for Mike’s (Alpine Garage owner Mike Fiebiger)?

Teller: Yes.

Teller (laughing): That would be a big negative. p h o t o S : M A M M OTH M O U N T A I N & VA R I O U S S O U R C E S .

The difference with motocross is that you’ve got 40 people lined up in the starting gate, as opposed to six. Which is still preferable, in Teller’s mind, to racing alpine, where you’re the only one on the course. “It’s like chasing a ghost,” he said. “At least in skiercross, you can see what you’re up against.”

And there was definitely carryover from Mammoth Motocross to the 2010-2011 ski season.

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GO JOhNNy GOLD By Jack Lunch

FOREST SERVICE, WILDLIFE & TRAIL RIDING INFO welcome The Inyo National Forest welcomes you to 2011 Mammoth Motocross. The Motocross track and its adjacent facilities are located on National Forest System lands and are operated by the Town of Mammoth Lakes under a Special Use Permit with the Inyo National Forest. The 2010 Motocross benefited from the continuous improvements implemented over prior years. The multi-day race format, continued exclusion of pit bikes, improved signing and public information, as well as the provision of funds for additional patrols and volunteers all served to reduce potential impacts from the event. Volunteers in the field greatly enhanced the availability of information to the public. A greater Forest Service field presence was made possible by the employment of a seasonal Off-Highway Ranger, who assisted by providing public outreach and education, by helping prevent damage to vegetation, and by enforcing penalties resulting from riding off permitted routes and violating other vehicle regulations. It is my hope we can continue to build on last year’s success during this year’s event. It is critical that riders work together with the Town and the racetrack operator to make sure this year’s event is safe, fun, and most importantly that racers and other riders stay within the rules both at the racetrack and elsewhere on National Forest lands. I ask for your cooperation in making sure opportunities like the motocross racetrack remain available to responsible riders. As in the past, the racetrack will remain closed both before and after the June events. Successful maintenance of the closure remains critical to our ability to hold future events. I wish you the best of luck in this year’s race and hope you will enjoy your visit to the Mammoth Lakes area. If you want any additional information regarding OHV use on the Inyo National Forest, our campgrounds, or the Inyo National Forest in general, please call (760) 924-5500 or stop in at our Visitor Center on Highway 203 in Mammoth Lakes. Sincerely, Mike Schlafmann, Deputy District Ranger Mammoth and Mono Lake Districts



Keep Our Wildlife


It is our responsibility in the Eastern Sierra to KEEP WILDLIFE WILD. The best way of doing this, and of preventing bears from becoming dependent on humans for food, is to follow these common-sense rules: • Never feed any wildlife or leave food out for bears or other wild animals. • Securely store food and fragrant items such as shampoo and deodorant in an airtight container. • When camping, use a bear-proof box. • Don’t leave food, even in a cooler, in a car, tent, or other unsecure location. • Don’t leave pet food outdoors or use a bird feeder. Bears love birdseed! • Always deposit trash in a bear-proof trash can or Dumpster. • Keep your car locked and your garage door closed. • Close and lock all windows when no one is in your camp. It is not unusual to see black bears wandering through town. Enjoy them, but keep your distance. If you see a bear that is misbehaving, such as trying to get into a Dumpster, vehicle, or building, call 911 immediately. The Town’s wildlife specialist and police officers are trained to handle situations such as these. Bears are shy and generally afraid of people. If you feel threatened by a bear, yell or bang on something to scare the bear away. If by chance a bear enters a structure looking for food while you are inside, make a lot of noise, go into another room, close the door, and call 911. The bear will most likely be more frightened than you and leave. For more information on co-existing with wildlife in Mammoth Lakes, please contact: Steve Searles Town Wildlife Specialist 760.937-BEAR Lieutenant John Mair Mammoth Police Dept. 760.934-2011 x 44

Trail Riding in Area For those of you who have been coming to Mammoth Lakes to recreate for years, you’ll know about all the amazing terrain there is to enjoy. With about 2,000,000 acres of forest, you would think that boredom is impossible. One of the reasons we almost lost the Ford Mammoth Motocross for good was because of those few people who get “bored” with the hundreds of miles of trail the Forest Service has made available. The concern is not so much breaking the rules. It has to do with the safety of other people, of animals, and of re-growth forest areas. If we can prove that during Motocross season, off-trail riding can be eliminated, we will have a very good chance to continue the motocross event year after year. Improper operation of OHVs causes damage to land, wildlife, and/or vegetative resources!

Please remember the following while you are riding in the area


STAY ON OHV ROUTES! • Respect other trail users • Ride at a safe speed • Have your current registration and green sticker visible on your bike (race bikes are an exception to this while in the track) • Obey all OHV laws. • Slow down near all campsites & public areas • Get a map of approved riding before venturing out riding


RIDE OFF THE OHV ROADS! • Operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs • Ride recklessly • Forget your helmet • Ride on hiking, bicycle, or horse trails • Rhino/Golf Cart near the Mammoth Motocross Area


IMMEDIATE DISQUALIFICATION FROM 2011 MOTOCROSS EVENT • Potential discontinuation from future Motocross events • Fines, determined by the U.S. Forest Service and Mammoth Lakes Police Department.


Bike washing in the forest is strictly prohibited There are facilities in the Mammoth for washing. Absolutely no bike washing at the track. Enforcement could occur.

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motor vehicle USE information VEHICLES & CAMPING In general, Motor Vehicle Use (including MOTORCYCLES, MINI-BIKES and ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES) is permitted on existing roads and some trails on the INYO NATIONAL FOREST if they are licensed and equipped in accordance with California State law. HOWEVER, Off-Road and Off-Trail travel is not allowed in the Mammoth Lakes area. In addition, several old trails near the motocross track are closed to vehicle travel to prevent conflicts between motor vehicle users and others, such as hikers and horse back riders. These closed trails are posted. There is no parking permitted on Sherwin Creek Road or on the access road to the motocross track. Once the parking area at the track fills up, all additional vehicles will be required to park in Town or at the Sherwin Gravel Pit. The pit is located approximately a mile and a quarter from the track and is served by shuttle bus. All spectators will use the provided shuttle bus to get to the track. Travel on graded dirt and gravel roads that can be used by conventional passenger autos is restricted to vehicles that are “street legal” according to California State law (lights, muffler, license plate, operator’s license, etc.). An exception, and the exemption is limited only to practice and competition sessions, is that competitors with pit passes will be allowed to ride their bikes on Sherwin Creek Road between the Sherwin Gravel Pit and the Sherwin Creek Campground only. This is allowed only for the competitors, and competitors need to respect other users of the road and the adjoining natural resources. No pit bikes will be allowed at the track; only race bikes will be allowed in the track area. Please observe posted speed limits. Once pit parking is full, all other users will need to either use the bus or walk.


The Motocross Track will be a closed track (event maintenance, practice and race only) from June 7-28. During this time period, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is allowed to charge a track fee for practice. ATV operators must comply with California State law, which prohibits carrying passengers, requires the wearing of helmets, and requires operators under age 14 to be supervised by a parent or authorized adult who is in possession of an ATV Certificate, and operators age 14 through 17 to be in possession of an ATV Certificate. All vehicle use within campgrounds is limited to entering and leaving the campground. “Cruising around the Campground” is prohibited. Contact the Forest Service Visitor Center for information regarding areas where you can ride. CAMPING INFORMATION Camping near the Town of Mammoth Lakes is limited to DEVELOPED CAMPGROUNDS ONLY. Camping or campfires at the Motocross track are strictly prohibited. Rough camping in undeveloped areas away from the Town of Mammoth Lakes is allowed on most of the district. Campfire permits are required if you are planning to have a campfire or use a stove or barbecue outside of an enclosed vehicle. The use of campfires is subject to restriction depending on fire danger. Contact the Forest Service Visitor Center in Mammoth Lakes for permits and information on dispersed camping and fire restrictions.

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Forest Service Officers will be actively patrolling the vicinity of the Motocross and camping areas and will be available to provide information and issue campfire permits. These officers will also be enforcing our regulations concerning public safety and resource protection.

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mammoth motocross rules & info mammoth motocross rules Rule #1: HAVE FUN! No kicking, biting, scratching or hitting below the belt. We are all here to have a good time. Any person not having a good time will be sent home. It’s all about fun. This is a family event and we need to conduct ourselves in a reasonable manner. Entries are non-transferable and cannot be sold. All motos are final 15 minutes after finish of moto. Protests To protest illegal size of motorcycle you must post $500 (Two Stroke) $1000 (Four Stroke) and be in the same class of rider you are protesting. One half of the Dollars goes to the bike owner if it is legal. One half stays with us for administration. Anyone protested for age in Vet or Senior class must produce a valid ID to race officials. You must be in the same class of rider you are protesting. If protesting rider ability level you must produce verification (on-line proof, recent result sheets.). You must be in the same class of rider you are protesting. Vet riders cannot step down a class for Regular Jr. or Int. races. Example: A Vet Pro cannot ride in Regular Int. class, or a Vet. Int. rides as a Regular Jr. Rider must be at the line for the start.

You must start your first moto to be able to start your second moto or qualify for the Main. You cannot skip first moto and ride second moto to qualify. Adjustments on race day may be made to qualifying totals if divisions are not equal. Starting positions on gate for first moto is determined by draw on a first-come basis. Starting position on gate for second moto is determined by first moto finish. Starting position on gate for Final is determined by position from qualifying races and division.

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Mini Rules and Classes Rules 65cc: Mod classes only. Stock may run in Mod class (Stock Bore and Stroke). 85cc: 7-11 Yrs 2 Stroke 85cc only, (No big wheels. No 150f. Stock Bore and Stroke. 15”Rear Max). 85cc: 12-13 yrs 2-stroke 85cc, 150cc 4-stroke (Stock Bore and Stroke. 15”Rear Max).

If you jump gate at start you will be penalized one lap.

85cc: 14-16 Yrs 2 Stroke 85cc, 150cc 4-stroke (Stock Bore and Stroke. 15”Rear Max).

You will be disqualified if you pass or ride unsafe during a yellow flag.

85cc Open-16yrs: 85cc Two Stroke,150cc 4-stroke (Stock Bore and Stroke. No big wheels).

Supercross Format Racers with more than one division: Event staff will post the numbers of riders transferring to Main Event. If you transfer from first moto you go directly to Main Event. If not you ride in second moto and try to qualify for the Main Event. Results in Main Event are final results for this race; all qualifying positions will come from main. Motocross Format Races with only one division of racers will be scored on a two-moto format with the second moto being the tiebreaker. Check your race schedule to determine how your race will be scored. Schoolboy and Supermini AMA A Rider may compete (not $ pro rider). All rulings are made by referee and are final.


Equipment classes Vet/Senior/Master: All size bikes are allowed for the running of these classes.


Supermini: 112cc two stroke/150cc 4-stroke Women: Up to 250cc 2-stroke, 250cc 4-stroke, (No 450). Open Classes: New this year! All bikes, 125-500cc 2-Stroke, 250-450 4-Stroke. (21” front. No Minis). 250cc Class: Up to 150cc 2-stroke, 250cc 4-stroke) 85cc Open-16yrs: 85cc 2-stroke, 150cc 4-stroke (Stock Bore and Stroke. No big wheels). 450cc Class: 250 cc 2-stroke, 250f & 450f 4-stroke (Stock Bore and Stroke. No 125cc or 144cc). Top 5 random tear-down (All mini classes).

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mammoth motocross rules & info mammoth motocross info Age classes Mini: Minimum age is 5. 7-11 class | 12-13 class | 14-16 class: Based on age as of Jan 1, 2011. Supermini/Schoolboy: Through 16 years of age, class based on age as of Jan. 1, 2011. Plus 25: 25 years of age as of day of race final (June 24). Vet 30+ years of age as of day of race day final (June 19).

Plate & Number Colors WHITE PLATE/BLACK NUMBERS JUNIOR CLASSES 65cc 6-8 85CC 7-11


Senior 40+ years of age as of day of race final (June 19).


Master 50+ years of age as of day of race final (June 19).


Ability Level Junior: Level-C Rider, Novice-level rider


Intermediate: Level-B Rider Expert/Pro: A-level rider, AMA Pro rider


USFS RequirementS Pit riding No Pit bikes, Golf Carts, No Rhinos, No excessive speed on Race bikes in pit area.

Dogs Dogs are not allowed at the Mammoth Motocross.

Bike Washing Prohibited at the track Washing of bike in the forest is prohibited. There are facilities in the Town of Mammoth Lakes for washing. Enforcement could occur. Absolutely No bike washing at the track.





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