Talk about sibling rivalry!! Twins Teajinn and Anyssia are terrors out on the mx track, both qualifying for Loretta Lynn's Amateur National Championship Regionals....but they can't agree on who's better at riding, or anything for that matter!!!
If Ryan Friedly stays on his current path, he'll be one of the top motocross superstars for years to come! He's onto his first Loretta Lynn Regional and moving towards the Amateur National Championship!
A multi time qualifier for Loretta Lynn MX Amateur National Championship Joe Tait is looking to get a top 10 finish year int eh 450 A class! His entire focus is work and motocross and has no time for DM's....well maybe a little...
Kawasaki Team Green Nick Romano spent his day at Walden MX winning every moto he was in! A former Loretta Lynn MX champ, Nick wants to get back to Loretta's and take hom another championship, even though he's 13, he's available to replace Adam Cianciarulo for 250 outdoors!
Brittani won the Daytona Supercross Women's Amateur Class and now has her eyes set on Loretta Lynn's!! Going 1-1 is a great start at Walden MX for the local qualifier
James Harrington is18 years old and starting to bust some doors down in motocross! First step is to take down the competition at Loretta Lynn MX then move onto the pros!
After falling in the first turn, Travis picked up his bike and went from last to first resembling Eli Tomac....and then he pointed at the camera and called out Tomac saying "I'm coming for you Eli!!"
Bryton Carroll has been moving up the ranks quickly, and is now one of the youngest racing in the A classes! We'll see how many of the old guys he can pass as he makes his way towards Loretta Lynn MX Amateur National Championship in August!
A hand injury didn't stop CJ Delo from qualifying for Loretta Lynn MX regionals. Just 14 years old, CJ had to grit it out at Walden MX!
Rippin on a 2 stroke! Brian is just 14 years old, but loves his 2-stroke and finished 2nd in his first moto at Loretta Lynn's Local Qualifier at Walden MX! Only thing to do now is take home the wins!