Peoria, AZ – Maxxis/H&M Motorsports’ Beau Baron continued his onslaught in the Pro ATV class at round three of the 2015 Rocky Mountain MC World Off-Road Championship Series Presented by Maxxis and Dirt Wheels with his third consecutive win, while his teammate David Haagsma joined him on the podium in second and LMR Racing’s Robbie Mitchell claimed third.
AMA National Hare and Hound Association Round 2 Checkers 2015
Barstow, CA 2/22/2015- Man, I was excited to see this new venue, only racing NHHA for a few years; I never had the chance to race in Barstow. It hosts some of the gnarliest terrain on the west coast with multiple “SCORE” roads, very rocky and not a lot of places to pass on the virgin parts of the course. I had the “Rat Rod” prepped and ready for battle in the high California desert. I had the engine redone after the first race along with changing my Elka Suspension around a bit. The quad was amazing! As a Massachusetts native would say “My Moto Xperts/Hot Cams/Hot Rod/Cylinder Works/Vertex Piston TRX engine is a rippa!” I also, have to thank Jay at Impact Solutions for dialing in my Elkas, they worked really hard for me to make them the best they can be. Did some shock tuning with Alex and James Ortiz out at their house had a lot of laughs and got my quad working great.
I ended up driving down by myself to pick up some race fuel from RSI and my main man Jay Young of Team True Racing delivering it to Skyler and I. That was a huge help to both of our programs so thanks to them. I had to stop several times on the way as I was having some stomach issues early on, I felt like Harry Dunn (Dumb and Dumber) when Lloyd pours him some “superlax”….Haha! I had finally made it to the race site and settled in. My girlfriend
Rachel and her dad showed up shortly after. We got everything ready and rode a couple times to give the quads a shake down. I did some minor changes to the shocks and they were better than ever. I was Dungey pumped!
Get trained by Daytona SX winner and multi-time champion John Natalie at EMF Days this April in Burley, ID. April 4th and 5th there will be racing, open practices for quads, SxS, and bikes, movies, food, camping and a John Natalie riding school. Bikes are welcome to attend the event, and bike classes will be added as necessary. The Natalie class will take place Friday April 3rd, registration for all ages/skill levels below. Space is limited!
For the tenth consecutive year, Maxxis will be the title sponsor of the NEATV-MX series. Set in the Northeast U.S., this exciting series runs from April through September. Fans in the region are getting ready to cheer ten rounds of motocross and seven rounds of cross country from the series in 2015.
NEATV-MX President Howard Payne praised the company’s support of the series: “Maxxis is a true leader in the industry; they have been with us as a sponsor since 2003, and became the title sponsor some years later. They have been the main reason NEATV can continue to support the growth of the sport in both motocross and cross country ATV racing.”
March 1st marks the annual Spring Hare Scramble. This Northwest favorite features an approximate 11 mile lap through the Horn Rapids Motorsports Complex and has classes for all ages and sizes on bikes and quads and even a Team class for those that like to have fun in twos or threes…or sixes.
Race entry and park use fees: $40 race entry. $10 Park Fee. Still for the Spring 2015 race, please bring money to the event. At this point, there is no online registration.
Camping: For those who plan on coming to camp: On Saturday night, the gate closes at 9 p.m so get there well in advance.
Gates open: Sunday March 1st, at 7:00 am.
Oh boy, where do I begin with this race? The week of the race, I was still waiting on important parts for my new “Rat Rod” theme race quad build. I had my buddies, President and Vice President of Fasst Company coming through to help me with it, I would have been screwed without them! Big thanks to my girlfriend Rachel for keeping me sane on those late nights helped more than she knew. It was rough only getting a total of six hours of sleep in 2 days; I probably looked like Silas Roberts by the end of it all… Hey Jack! The Rat Rod turned out sick and everybody liked it! It received over 20,000 likes from regrams and sharing on the web, so yeah, Great Success!
I loaded up Friday morning around 3AM to get to my Dirt Wheels photo shoot with the main editor Cain Smead. I was rocking out to some hardcore stuff (Taylor Swift’s “1989” album) to stay awake. I made it an hour early and caught up on some sleep, I had my trusty 1911 with me just in case a drifter stopped by to try and get fresh… Cain and the boys showed up and we shot for a couple hours. I can’t wait, it sounds like we got the cover for the May issue of Dirt Wheels! I headed on down the road to the race site and get some sleep. After a 12 hour sleeping period, I woke up and did some testing and double check everything on the quad. I was satisfied with everything and got ready for the ever impending battle on Sunday.
As we prepare for our next trip to Buffalo Bills Casino I always get excited about how many ways we can alter the course. At this round there will be 4 different courses for Motorcycle, ATV and SXS and Youth. The moto course will be expanded with a new section just in front of the viewing berm. Hot pits will be on the pavement again as will the awesome Vendor Row. Pro Bike and ATV will race at the same time on their own
Crossroad Racing Series to Debut
New Motorcycle & ATV Off-Rad Racing Series
Greencastle, IN (1/22/2015) – Crossroads Racing Series is a new off-road Racing Series that will hold motorcycle and ATV races in Indiana. The track design will range from 3.5 miles to 5.5 miles in length and will consist of a hybrid mixture of cross-country, motocross, grand prix, and endurocross sections. Although this racing format is the best of each racing discipline, the racing format will follow a traditional cross-country style event.
Once again it’s time for the Hangover Race at Washougal, put on by the Jones Creek Trail Riders Association. The race features both MX and off-road at Washougal, and this year the EnduroX section will …
The AZOP crew laid out a 6 mile course for this year’s race. The course received some rain the night before the race and stopped just in time for the racing to start.
The bike and atv Pee-Wees started the racing at 8:15am. Carson Millikan won the 50cc 7-8 year old class. Keep an eye out for Carson at Supercross this year in the junior sx challenge. Action Jackson Bluth won the 65cc C class with Gunner Deatherage in second just seconds behind, it was an epic battle in the muddy conditions. Elijah Manygoats was first in the 80cc ATV class followed by the lovely lady Dakota Hibler in second.
The big bikes were up next. The overall went to the man that was ripen Travis Damon from Lake Havasu City followed by Scott Freymueler and Joe Bridges. Other big bike class winners were, Deegan Newton, Joey Fauss, Dave Perry, Mitch Mohler, Dustin Bluth, Tim Mattingly, Lee Donham, Samantha Mcneilly, Steve Reiswig, Rod Terry, Ken Preston, and Gary Peterson. Only a few were able to do 5 laps.
<![if !vml]><![endif]>Arizona Off Road Promotions teams up with SGPRA for the 17th annual Searchlight GP in Searchlight, NV
Searchlight, NV (11/9/2014) – The Arizona Off Road Promotions series headed out of state to co-promote the 17th Annual Searchlight GP last weekend. The Searchlight GP is one of the last true GP’s left. The race course is the most unique course most racers will ever see. The course varies from motocross to desert hills to asphalt streets to backyards, garages and even a house! Many locals come out to watch the racing along the streets and neighborhoods. This year’s race had over 230 entries.
Arizona Off Road Promotions partners with the town of Gila Bend for annual Grand Prix and to announce exciting future races.
Gila Bend, AZ (11/17/2014) – The Arizona Off Road Promotions series held their 2nd annual Gila Bend GP at the familiar pit adjacent to Interstate 8. The town promoted the race and welcomed all the racers. The race was a success and we are pleased to announce that this will become an annual race every November and with the help of the town we will be racing through the streets of Gila Bend starting in November of 2015!
The AZOP crew laid out a 4 mile course for this year’s non-points fun race. The course featured sand, technical tree sections a few hard packed high speed sections and some silt. The silt in the area is just like the silt beds of the famous Baja races.