Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Kylie Fasnacht Wins High Point - Crowned WMX Series Winner

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Kylie Fasnacht Wins High Point - Crowned WMX Series WinnerThe Onsia Sound Art Women's Motocross Championship - Round Seven
MOUNT MORRIS, Pa. (June 21, 2017) - Originally scheduled as the opening act on Friday for Saturday's Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, the Onsia Sound Art Women's Motocross Championship (WMX) didn't quite go as planned. Mother Nature dumped enough rain on Thursday night to make the track unrideable on Friday, where officials had to make the tough decision to postpone Friday's planned racing activities and reschedule the WMX to take part in Saturday's main event.
Kylie Fasnacht clinched the Onsia Women's Motocross Championship this weekend at the High Point with a pair of Moto wins. This is Fasnacht's 3rd year in a row to win the WMX title.
Kylie Fasnacht clinched the Onsia Women's Motocross Championship this weekend at the High Point with a pair of Moto wins. This is Fasnacht's 3rd year in a row to win the WMX title.
- WMX
This was an opportunity that all the women appreciated - to race in front of the largest crowd so far in their series and to be included with the male's professional event. In Moto One Kawasaki Team Green's Kylie Fasnacht didn't waste any time, rocketing off the line and taking the Lucas Oil Holeshot Award and the lead at the end of lap one. Not far behind Fasnacht was Shelby Rolen and Canada's Eve Brodeur.

Kylie Fasnacht collected all the hardware this weekend at High Point including the 2017 WMX National Championship #1 plate.
Kylie Fasnacht collected all the hardware this weekend at High Point including the 2017 WMX National Championship #1 plate.
- WMX
By lap three, Fasnacht had stretched out her lead but there was a great battle going on for second with Brodeur passing Rolen. There was great racing throughout the field; Amanda Brown and Marissa Polencheck were battling for the fourth spot while Eden Netelkos, Mikayla Inman and Brittney Bebout were duking it out for the sixth position.

Marissa Polencheck took 3rd overall in the WMX Pro class, her best performance to date.
Marissa Polencheck took 3rd overall in the WMX Pro class, her best performance to date.
- WMX
Brodeur blew a berm on lap six and collected twenty feet of sponsor banners in her rear wheel, which quickly ended her race and allowed Rolen to secure second place. "It was a rough first moto for me, after battling for second for a couple of a laps and then tipping over," explained Brodeur. "I started battling with Amanda [Brown] and Shelby [Rolen] and then at some point I got caught up in the banners and that was the end of my moto."

Fasnacht took top honors on the day including clinching the WMX title one race early. Shelby Rolen finished 2nd and Marissa Polencheck rounded out the podium in 3rd.
Fasnacht took top honors on the day including clinching the WMX title one race early. Shelby Rolen finished 2nd and Marissa Polencheck rounded out the podium in 3rd.
- WMX
"Downtown" Brown was riding her best race to date and took advantage of Brodeur's mistake, moving into third and holding that spot to the finish. "I was pushing as hard as I could to keep Marissa [Polencheck] from passing me. I was finally in a good position when I realized that Eve [Brodeur] tipped over in the off camber," said Brown. "She managed to get her bike going right before I passed her, then it became a battle. I believe I passed her and she passed me back, it was a great battle. Then Eve flew off the track and I passed her again. After a couple of minutes, I realized I was in third place!"

Amanda Brown finished third in the first WMX moto on Saturday, and had an early celebration with her dad on Father's Day Weekend.
Amanda Brown finished third in the first WMX moto on Saturday, and had an early celebration with her dad on Father's Day Weekend.
- WMX
Fasnacht continued increasing her lead and took the first moto win followed by Rolen, Brown and Polencheck. Inman, with her best race to date, won the battle for fifth, followed by Bebout, Carter Daughtrey, Eden Netelkos, Cheyenne McGuin and Tiffany Fanala rounding out the top ten.

Carter Daughtrey finished 7-8 in Saturday's motos for an eighth overall finish in Mount Morris, Pennsylvania.
Carter Daughtrey finished 7-8 in Saturday's motos for an eighth overall finish in Mount Morris, Pennsylvania.
- WMX
In Moto Two, it was Rolen who nailed the start, collecting the $100 Lucas Oil Holeshot award. She was followed by Fasnacht, Brodeur and Brown. Fasnacht made quick work of Rolen and started controlling the lead. By lap four, Polencheck started putting the pressure on Brown and made the pass for fourth. "I had a great day at High Point," said Polencheck. "The fans were awesome and it was great to be at the front of the pack racing for a podium position. Plus, my dad was there so it made for a great Father's Day weekend."

Cheyenne McGuin rounded out the top 10 overall in Saturday's WMX race, Friday evening she had the chance to meet the fans and sign autographs.
Cheyenne McGuin rounded out the top 10 overall in Saturday's WMX race, Friday evening she had the chance to meet the fans and sign autographs.
- WMX
The second moto top five were Fasnacht, Rolen, Brodeur, Polencheck, and Brown. Netelkos, Inman, Daughtrey, Bebout and Taylor Schuck rounded out the top ten.

Jaden Carlson currently sits 9th in the points championship standings.
Jaden Carlson currently sits 9th in the points championship standings.
- WMX
Even though there is still one more round in the WMX series, Kylie Fasnacht clinched the 2017 title with her two wins at High Point Raceway. "It was so great to ride the same track as the guys and on the same day, plus the fans were going crazy out there. And to clinch the WMX title - It's a day I won't soon forget."

Mikayla Inman went 5-7 on the day for a fifth place finish overall at High Point Raceway.
Mikayla Inman went 5-7 on the day for a fifth place finish overall at High Point Raceway.
- WMX
The final round for the 2017 Onsia WMX series is set for Saturday, August 5, in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. The race will be held in conjunction with the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship and will conclude the week-long event.

The WMX riders were invited to sign autographs during the Pizza Party Friday evening, pictured above is Marissa Polencheck signing some fans t-shirts.
The WMX riders were invited to sign autographs during the Pizza Party Friday evening, pictured above is Marissa Polencheck signing some fans t-shirts.
- WMX
For more information, please visit the official website at ww.racewmx.com or call (304) 284-0101. Also, follow the official FacebookTwitter and Instagram accounts for exclusive content and to catch the latest news.
Event Results:
  1. Kylie Fasnacht (KAW) 1-1
  2. Shelby Rolen (KAW)2-2
  3. Marissa Polencheck (KTM) 4-4
  4. Amanda Brown (HON) 3-5
  5. Mikayla Inman (KTM) 5-7
  6. Eve Brodeur (KTM) 12-3
  7. Eden Netelkos (KAW) 8-6
  8. Carter Daughtrey (YAM) 7-8
  9. Brittney Bebout (YAM) 6-9
  10. Cheyenne McGuin (YAM) 9-13
Series Points Standings:
  1. Kylie Fasnacht (326)
  2. Eve Broduer (242)
  3. Shelby Rolen (238)
  4. Amanda Brown (206)
  5. Jamie Astudillo (171)
  6. Carter Daughtrey (134)
  7. Marissa Polencheck (132)
  8. Mackenzie Tricker (124)
  9. Jaden Carlson (116)
  10. Carrie Killebrew (113)
About Women's Professional Motocross Championship
The Women's Professional Motocross Championship (WMX), an AMA National Championship, features the world's fastest female outdoor motocross racers.  The 8-round series begins with the Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross at Daytona International Speedway in March and concludes at the Loretta Lynn Ranch in August. It includes stops at premier motorsport facilities across America, with events in Florida, Texas, California, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Tennessee. These top female pro racers compete in a two-moto format on machines ranging from 125cc to 250cc. The WMX series is managed by MX Sports Pro Racing, a West Virginia-based company and industry leader in power sports event production. For more information, please visit www.racewmx.com or call (304) 284-0101.
About the American Motorcyclist Association
Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world's largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders' interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. The AMA also provides money-saving discounts on products and services for its members. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com. Not a member? Join the AMA today: www.americanmotorcyclist.com/membership/join.
About ONSIA® Sound Art
Sound Art™ introduces an entirely new way to listen to music in your home or garage, letting users enjoy personalized, custom artwork as well as high-performance sound. ONSIA®'s flat panel design allows the entire surface of your artwork to generate high-quality sound, which provides an incredibly robust listening experience. Sound Art™ elegantly hidden behind a high grade textured canvas wrap, bring together the best of engineering and design. This innovative design allows you to have Bluetooth® connectivity with the high quality of sound you expect without the bulky speakers. 
Art never sounded so good™. For more information go to www.onsia.com.


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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Historical Notes Package: Tennessee National

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Monday, June 19, 2017

TICKLE & RM-Z450 SUZUKI ON PODIUM AT HIGH POINT MX

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Team Suzuki Press Office - June 19.

Broc Tickle (RCH Suzuki) – 3rd
Justin Bogle (RCH Suzuki) – 9th 




RCH/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing riders Broc Tickle and Justin Bogle rode into round four of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship for the Red Bull High Point National with momentum on their side and kept the wheels turning with solid efforts in both premiere 450 Class motos aboard their RM-Z450 machinery. 

Tickle turned a pair of fourth-place finishes into a third-place overall showing to collect his first podium of the 2017 Pro Motocross campaign. The top-three effort powered him from eighth to fifth in the points where he now paces sixth-place Bogle by three markers as the series closes out the first third of the season. 

“Saturday was an awesome day,” commented Tickle. “I always enjoy riding at High Point. It gets rutted and the track is normally pretty rough. That usually suits my riding style. It was a hot one. I thought the new layout was awesome. It flowed a little better than last year. We dealt with a wet track in practice and it developed into a good race track. We ended up going 4-4 on the day for third overall. I was stoked to get the holeshot in the second moto and to finish out the day with my first podium of the season.” 

Bogle logged a 7-9 effort Saturday afternoon and was scored ninth overall at day’s end. The 24-year-old slipped to sixth in the championship where just three points separate him from Tickle for a spot in the top five. 

“It was a good day, but I was hoping for a little more,” explained Bogle. “The track was rough and muddy. I had a really good first moto going but ended up getting together with another guy and going down. I was running up-front at the time and only ended up losing a few spots but that was still the end of any chance for a podium. I struggled a little bit in the second moto and wound up ninth. It wasn’t the final result I was hoping for but they knew we were there. We’ll get back to work this week and be ready for Muddy Creek.” 

Next weekend, the 12-race Pro Motocross tour rolls through the Volunteer State where Tennessee’s Muddy Creek Raceway will host the series on Saturday afternoon. 


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KTM´S ALFREDO GOMEZ WINS 2017 ERZBERGRODEO RED BULL HARE SCRAMBLE

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KTM Enduro Factory Racing’s Alfredo Gomez has won the 2017 Erzbergrodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble in commanding style. Moving into the lead of the world’s toughest one-day Hard Enduro event shortly after the one-hour mark, the Spaniard faultlessly made his way through the most challenging sections of the race to deliver KTM a winning result on home soil. American Cody Webb rounded out the podium in third, Jonny Walker placed fifth with a total of six KTM mounted riders finishing inside the top 10.

Carrying impressive form into the 23rd running of the Erzbergrodeo, Alfredo Gomez secured the biggest win of his career by reaching the finish of the Red Bull Hare Scramble ahead of Graham Jarvis and Cody Webb. Completing the grueling 25 checkpoint course aboard his KTM 300 EXC in a time of 2 hours and 17 minutes, Gomez steadily worked his way forwards before being the first rider to tackle the hardest sections of the course on his way to a deserved victory.

“It’s an amazing feeling to have won the Hare Scramble,” enthused Gomez at the finish. “I knew it would be difficult like Erzberg always is, so I worked really hard to be ready for this race. That hard work with my team has really paid off. The race went really well for me, apart from a small crash about 300 meters from the start. That lost me some time, but I managed to catch up quite quickly and I knew I could do it. I felt good, got through most of the difficult sections well. It was such a great feeling to get to the top of the last major climb. This is the biggest win of my career, it feels incredible.”

Determined to go all out and improve on his 2016 Red Bull Hare Scramble result of second place, Cody Webb’s speed at the start of the race consequentially saw the American struggle with arm pump mid-way through the Hare Scramble. Forced to ride on with severe arm pump during the Karl’s Dinner section, Cody nevertheless kept pushing hard to earn a place on the podium in third and less than two minutes behind runner-up Graham Jarvis.

“Second last year, third this year, I’m pleased with that,” commented Webb“Alfredo and Graham were really strong, congrats to them. I got a great start but I possibly pushed a little too hard. I felt good racing with Jonny and Wade Young but I suffered with my arms, especially when I got to Karl’s Dinner – they locked solid. I kept pushing and thankfully they freed off. Back-to-back podiums here at Erzberg is awesome.”



While it was Gomez who topped the event and Webb who rounded out the podium it was former three-time winner Jonny Walker who led during much of the first hour of racing. Muscling his way around the first turn and into an early lead, Walker set the pace during the early, high-paced series of checkpoints. The first rider to start the infamous Karl’s Dinner section, Jonny eventually placed fifth 10 minutes behind Gomez.

“I got a great start and was going really well early on,” explained Walker“I opted for a specific tire choice, but unfortunately it didn't work out as I hoped it would. I really suffered with it to be honest, especially during the later sections of the race. I felt like I was riding well and that I had the speed to win, and felt good leading for much of the first hour. But I was having to carry my bike over too much stuff because of my tire choice, rather than being able to ride up and over it. I started to find things difficult when we got to the woods, I just didn't have the traction I hoped for. I rode as hard as I could through Karl’s Dinner but I again struggled on some of the climbs towards the end. It’s disappointing because I know I’m riding well and my bike was awesome, but this result doesn't show it.”

Just five minutes behind Walker, Paul Bolton claimed a well-deserved sixth place result having reached the finish just 15 minutes behind winner Gomez. Erzberg’s youngest ever Hare Scramble finisher Manuel Lettenbichler finished eighth with Travis Teasdale completing the top 10 to ensure yet another memorable and successful Red Bull Hare Scramble for KTM.

Results Erzbergrodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble 2017
1. Alfredo Gomez (ESP), KTM, 2:17:06 h
2. Graham Jarvis (GBR), Husqvarna, +00:03:22 min
3. Cody Webb (USA), KTM, +00:05:04
4. Wade Young (RSA), Sherco, +00:09:31
5. Jonny Walker (GBR), KTM, +00:10:41 
6. Paul Bolton (GBR), KTM, +00:15:53
7. Billy Bolt (GBR), Husqvarna, +00:18:24
8. Manuel Lettenbichler (GER), KTM, +00:24:47
9. Mario Roman (ESP), Sherco, +00:30:20
10. Travis Teasdale (RSA), KTM, +00:34:06



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Chad Wienen Returns to the Center of the Box at Sunset Ridge ATVMX National

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Chad Wienen Returns to the Center of the Box at Sunset Ridge ATVMX NationalJoel Hetrick and Jeffrey Rastrelli Round Out the Overall Podium
WALNUT, Ill. (June 18, 2017) - Hot and humid weather conditions greeted the racers of the Wiseco ATV Motocross National Championship (ATVMX) presented by CST Tires, an AMA National Championship, as they competed at round six, yesterday, June 17. Threatening rain showers held off, making for a great day of racing as fans witnessed Chad Wienen take his Wienen Motorsports/SSi Decals/Walsh Racecraft/Yamaha/Maxxis/7240-backed machine to the middle of the podium.
Overall Podium: (2) Joel Hetrick, (1) Chad Wienen, (3) Jeffrey Rastrelli.
Overall Podium: (2) Joel Hetrick, (1) Chad Wienen, (3) Jeffrey Rastrelli.
- Ken Hill
Wienen kicked off the day earning the ATVriders.com Fastest Qualifier Award, but when the gate dropped for the first moto it was Maxxis/Elka/Liquid Wrench/Honda's Joel Hetrick out front with the early lead and the SSi Decals Holeshot Award. JB Racing/Root River Racing's Jeffrey Rastrelli capitalized on his good start and took the lead position from Hetrick by the completion of the opening lap.
Jeffrey Rastrelli demonstrated that he has what it takes to be a champion, by leading over half of the first moto. 
Jeffrey Rastrelli demonstrated that he has what it takes to be a champion, by leading over half of the first moto. 
- Ken Hill
Wienen got off to a not so favorable start, and quickly got to work where he rode behind Hetrick by only the third lap. Rastrelli, Hetrick and Wienen continued a tight race, where the trio were wheel-to-wheel. Hetrick made the push for the lead at the halfway point of the race, and Wienen got around Rastrelli shortly after. The frontrunners kept a close distance and a steady pace, with Hetrick taking the win just seven seconds ahead of Wienen and Rastrelli.
Josh Upperman grabbed his first SSi Decals Holeshot Award of the season in the second moto.
Josh Upperman grabbed his first SSi Decals Holeshot Award of the season in the second moto.
- Ken Hill
Root River Racing's Josh Upperman kicked off the second moto with the SSi Decals Holeshot award. Rastrelli found himself back up in the front, right behind Upperman. Hetrick and Wienen sat inside the top-five, but had to work their way up to the leaders on the first lap, by the second lap Hetrick was able to secure the lead position with Rastrelli in tow. Wienen applied the pressure to them for the first half of the race and took command of the lead with only five laps remaining.  
The racing action at Sunset Ridge MX was tight all day long - creating some of the best racing fans have witnessed all season.
The racing action at Sunset Ridge MX was tight all day long - creating some of the best racing fans have witnessed all season.
- Ken Hill
Hetrick wasn't willing to settle for second and focused on making the pass back, but ran out of time. Wienen took the second moto win, just one second ahead of Hetrick. Wienen also earned the overall win, while Hetrick took the runner-up position. After stalling his quad in the first moto, GennUSA Racing's Nick Gennusa rebounded for a 7-3 moto score to finish just off the overall podium in fourth. Rastrelli went 3-4 for fourth overall and Root River Racing/CST Tires/Pro Motorsports-backed Thomas Brown rounded out the top five with a 4-6 moto tally.
Joel Hetrick took the moto one win, but a second place in moto two earned him second overall.
Joel Hetrick took the moto one win, but a second place in moto two earned him second overall.
- Ken Hill
ATVMX racing action returns to Millville, Minnesota on July 1 for the Spring Creek ATVMX National. A highlight show featuring this weekend's event will air on MAVTV on Saturday, August 12.
For more information on the 2017 Wiseco ATV Motocross National Championship, visit the official series website at www.atvmotocross.com. Join the conversation on the series Facebook page, follow on Twitter and Instagram, and be sure to always hashtag #ATVMX.
Sunset Ridge MX
Walnut, Illinois
Round 6 of 10
Saturday, June 18 
2017 AMA Pro Class Event Results:
  1. Chad Wienen (2-1)
  2. Joel Hetrick (1-2)
  3. Jeffrey Rastrelli (3-4)
  4. Nick Gennusa (7-3)
  5. Thomas Brown (4-6)
  6. Josh Upperman (5-7)
  7. Ronnie Higgerson (8-5)
  8. Westley Wolfe (6-8)
  9. Parker Wewerka (11-9)
  10. Sam Rowe (10-11)
Overall National Championship Standings:
  1. Chad Wienen (255)
  2. Joel Hetrick (248)
  3. Jeffrey Rastrelli (202)
  4. Thomas Brown (195)
  5. Nick Gennusa (187)
  6. Ronnie Higgerson (169)
  7. Josh Upperman (157)
  8. Parker Wewerka (143)
  9. Westley Wolfe (120)
  10. Brett Musick (104)
SSi Decals Holeshot Award Standings:
  1. Joel Hetrick (10)
  2. Cole Sepesi (2)
  3. Josh Upperman (2)
  4. Sam Rowe (2)
  5. Chad Wienen (1)
ATVriders.com Top Qualifier Award Standings:
  1. Joel Hetrick (3)
  2. Chad Wienen (3)
About the Wiseco ATV Motocross National Championship:
The Wiseco ATV Motocross National Championship presented by CST Tires, an AMA National Championship, is the nation's premier amateur and professional ATV motocross series, hosted at top motocross facilities nationwide. The 10-round series features the Nation's best racers, teams and sponsors, and is America's largest and longest-running ATV national motocross program. Since 1985, the series continues to expand and produce top talent from the amateur ranks, while premiering the professional class. For more information, please visit www.atvmotocross.com
About the American Motorcyclist Association:
Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world's largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders' interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. The AMA also provides money-saving discounts on products and services for its members. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com. Not a member? Join the AMA today: www.americanmotorcyclist.com/membership/join.



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Sunday, June 18, 2017

TLD’s Seely Makes Progress During Round 4 at High Point Raceway

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Troy Lee Designs Cole Seely
MT. MORRIS, PA – June 17, 2017 – Troy Lee Designs rider Cole Seely continued to show signs of speed during the fourth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at High Point Raceway, collecting his fourth straight top-10 finish. Despite an incredibly rutted and challenging track that saw many inches of rain throughout the week, Seely’s 10-8 moto scores placed him 10th overall in Pennsylvania.
It was a tough start to the day when Seely was caught mid-pack, coming around the first turn in 14th. That didn’t deter the Honda rider to put in a charge and eventually made it up to 10th. He grabbed a better start in Moto 2 in 11th, but the ever-changing track didn’t make things easier. Seely had made it as high as sixth, but fell back a few spots and ended the moto in eighth. The 10-8 moto score placed him 10th overall.
“The track was so gnarly today,” said Seely. “The new track wasn’t really an issue but the ruts were crazy. I feel better each and every week, but the track got super rough and it really took it out of me. I’m looking forward to Muddy Creek next week, I did well there last year.”
Troy Lee Designs Cole Seely High Point
The next stop for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will be next weekend at Muddy Creek Raceway in Blountville, Tennessee just outside Bristol.
Seely was wearing the all-new GP Air Prisma Navy during Practice and Moto 2 and showed off the GP Air Prisma Honda Red during Moto 1. He wore the racewear with the SE4 Maze Carbon Black and Red Helmet. See more of the 2018 gear sets and the 2018 Moto Helmets online and at your local TLD retailer.

450 Class Results (Moto Finishes)

  1. Blake Baggett, KTM (1-2)
  2. Jason Anderson, Husqvarna (5-3)
  3. Broc Tickle, Suzuki (4-4)
  4. Eli Tomac, Kawasaki (12-1)
  5. Cooper Webb, Yamaha (6-5)
  6. Josh Grant, Kawasaki (3-11)
  7. Dean Ferris, Yamaha (2-14)
  8. Dean Wilson, Husqvarna (9-7)
  9. Justin Bogle, Suzuki (7-9)
  10. Cole Seely, Honda (10-8)

450 Class Points, After 4 of 12 Rounds

  1. Blake Baggett, KTM, 155
  2. Marvin Musquin, KTM, 147
  3. Eli Tomac, Kawasaki, 144
  4. Jason Anderson, Husqvarna, 129
  5. Broc Tickle, Suzuki, 115
  6. Justin Bogle, Suzuki, 112
  7. Dean Wilson, Husqvarna, 110
  8. Josh Grant, Kawasaki, 106
  9. Cole Seely, Honda, 105
  10. Cooper Webb, Yamaha, 88

About Troy Lee Designs

For over 30 years, Troy Lee has been customizing helmets “For The World’s Fastest Racers.” TLD’s relentless commitment to creating products that exceed the cutting edge of style, design, and quality, has earned them the reputation as an innovator in many different fields of racing. Troy Lee Designs has since expanded into a full force operation, offering a complete line of helmets, apparel and premium protection for off-road motorcycling and bicycling, sportswear and accessories, and operating the TLD supercross and motocross teams. Based in Corona, California, Troy Lee Designs has a global network of distributors.




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