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October 1, 2014 at 01:30 pm
Mark Kariya took this photo of John Kearney at the finish of Rd 9 of the Hare & Hound Nationals after John won. Ryan Sanders did a short interview of John at the finish which is here: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=E0Lgj6JCClY. With only one round #10 in Lecuren in Oct. All he has to do is finish to get the National # 2 plate for 50A expert for 2015. Congratulations on a great season John!
September 30, 2014 at 09:30 pm
Now that's a happy face! And with good reason. Isaac Therrien had a 8 Moto sweep this past weekend. 2 Stadium Cross Championships 50cc 7-8 and 65cc 7-11. Glad you're on our team Isaac. Congrats!
September 30, 2014 at 01:36 pm
Got this from Garrett Mundy's Mom: "Garrett Mundy wrapped up his 65cc Championship Season at AMA Stoney Lonesome Motorcycle Club this weekend. He couldn't do it without the support of Moose Racing. Thank you!!" You are quite welcome...we are glad to have Garrett on Team Moose Racing & we send a big congratulations his way!!!
September 30, 2014 at 12:30 am
Here are a few pictures of Hunter Smith at the final Full Moon Series race at Badlands MX. Hunter got second overall in both classes. The 65cc 7-9 and the 65cc 7-11. Trophies are almost as big as Hunter. Way to go Hunter!
September 29, 2014 at 03:06 pm
"On The Podium" is up. http://www.mooseracing.com/media/news/ (Jimmy Jarrett pictured)
September 29, 2014 at 05:30 am
Help us wish Ricky Dietrich a Happy Birthday!
September 28, 2014 at 02:00 pm
Are you at the OMA "Troll" race today? We're sure Bill Gusse the promoter of the series did not make it easy for the riders. Cheer on our rider Jimmy Jarrett.
September 27, 2014 at 07:00 pm
September 26, 2014 at 09:00 pm
Weekend to do list: Ride Do my Moose Racing rider resume Ride Ride Ride
September 26, 2014 at 01:55 pm
Ryan Smith showing off his new 2015 Moose Racing Sahara gear. http://instagram.com/p/taTlRsouTs/ To see it along with the rest of our 2015 line go to www.mooseracing.com. Have you gotten your set yet?
September 25, 2014 at 05:30 pm
Great video of Jordyn Scalvini. Enjoy! http://instagram.com/p/tXCyEvkt2k/
September 25, 2014 at 01:39 pm
Upcoming races, Product Of The Week & open houses. It's all here on "The Inside Line" : http://www.mooseracing.com/media/news/
September 25, 2014 at 12:30 am
OPEN HOUSES HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND: Sept. 27 MR Motorcycles & Marine - The WNC Polaris Outdoor Expo 774 Hendersonville Rd Asheville, NC Phone: 828-877-8600 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. www.mr-motorcycle.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/MRMotorcycleAsheville Sept. 27 Greensburg Motorsports 1512 N Commerce West Dr Greensburg, IN Phone: 812-663-2009 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. www.greensburgmotorsports.com Sept. 27 Pappys Outdoor "Hunting & Fishing Days" 3203 W Deyoung St Marion, IL Phone: 618-993-5000 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. https://www.facebook.com/pappysoutdoor https://twitter.com/pappysoutdoor Oct. 2 - 4 Decorah Kawasaki / Suzuki Sports Center 1816 State Hwy 9 Decorah, IA Phone: 563-382-7995 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. http://www.decorahkawasakisuzuki.com/
September 24, 2014 at 06:31 pm
Ryan Kudla race report from this past weekend: NHHA Round 9 Race Report: Saturday – After a quiet 7.5 hour drive I made it just before sign ups closed at the Wild West Chevrolet in Yerington, NV. It was pretty quiet there so I was able to get signed up easily and quickly. After sign ups closed my parents and I went over to the local casino for dinner then out to the staging area. Sunday – Even though the start wasn’t until 11:00 I was just nice and early at 5:30 to help my family get sign ups, up and rolling. I helped out for the first hour or so before heading back to my truck to relax, eat, and get ready for the big bike race. In that time I was able to watch the kids race start and it was very obvious that the start was going to be everything for this one. About an hour before the start of the even I rode over to the start line and picked out my spot. I had to dig a nice deep trench before I hit some hard ground and I was hoping for a good jump since I was a little further outside then I would have liked to be. When the banner went up and came down I got a great jump, but a little bog kept me from being up front at the end of the short start straight. We funneled directly into a wash off the start, and I was doing everything I could to push forward and salvage all the spots I could. I ended up much better than I thought with a 6th place start when everyone started to settle into the thick, thick dust. I could see Nick Burson right in front of me and tried to latch on as much as possible. The first 10 or so miles was all really fast flowing washes, which made it easy for everyone to stay close, but right at the 10 mile mark we hit a very rocky road and this was where I started to lose touch with the riders in front of me. A few miles down the road and I heard a 4-stroke start creeping up behind me and not long after Justin Morgan was able to slide by. Another few miles down the road and it was another 4-stroke coming up and one of the faster local riders passed me also. I was struggling with the bike a little in the rocks as I hadn’t done very much high speed rock riding over the past few months. I was having a hard time getting comfortable and it didn’t seem like the bike would go exactly where I wanted it to. Luckily we got off the road before too many more people caught me and dropped into some really fun single track in a canyon. At the 22 mile mark we came into the alternate pit and without having an extra dry break I had to fill the tank from a used gallon jug. With the extra time that this took Justin Morrow was able to catch and pass me in the pits. I exited right after him and had to let a little time for the dust to clear before I could get up to speed. The rest of the race was pretty uneventful. I knew the 2nd place Pro 2-stroke rider was right behind me and for the next 70 miles I tried to ride smart and minimize my mistakes. I knew the dust would help me so any chance I got where the dust was thick I would try and push as much as possible to make a gap. Then in the more technical rocky terrain I would work on minimizing mistakes. It ended up paying off as I finished the race in 8th overall! For the GXE series I was also 1st 2-stroke pro meaning I kept my lead for the championship in that series. It was a great weekend and it’s always nicer to drive home after a win! I also have to say that I am truly thankful to all the sponsors that help me out as without them there would be no way I could be racing. Thank you to Piian Systems, Amsoil, 3 Brothers KTM, Jeff Petron D.D.S, Avik, Bullet Proof Designs, Moose Racing, Dirt Tricks, Monster Seal, Enduro Engineering, Fasst Co, GPR, TBT Suspension, FMF, Scott USA, Leatt, Rekluse, VCMC, Performance Cycles, ARC Levers, IMS, Goggle Wipes, AP Brakes, Sidi, GXE, and RK Chains.
September 24, 2014 at 01:30 pm
CUSTOMER APPRECIATE DAY OPEN HOUSE.
September 24, 2014 at 12:30 am
Rick Cecco race report from this weekend & some great photo's. Central City, PA (9/20/2014) – With over 2,500 acres of property, Car-Mate Mountain Ridge offers a track with all types of terrain including: rocks, hill climbs, mud and, oh yea, more rocks! Throughout the track racers will need to be ready for whatever this track throws their way. With a constant cool breeze and temperatures in the high 70’s, the 4x4 Pro riders are closing in on their first ever Pro championship. From the beginning in Bunnell, FL through today, these riders have never let up and continue to give GNCC fans a great show. With three rounds to go and riders who consistently change up the finishing line up, it still cannot be said with any certainty who will hold the crown. Like every race before, the 4x4 Pro riders wait for the drop of the green flag. Close to home, Rick Cecco was prepared to give his family and fans quite the show. Off the line, he didn’t disappoint and managed to grab the fourth position into the woods. Unfortunately, shortly after entering the woods, Cecco began losing coolant. Fearing a cracked radiator from roost, he made the decision to take it easy in an effort to complete lap one for points. Once into the pits, Cecco realized a hose had come off his coolant bottle and the damage wasn’t as serious as he had initially thought. From there, Cecco worked to make up ground. By lap two, Cecco’s early pit stop had cost two positions, putting him in seventh. With two laps to go and several minutes off the lead it was time to take risk in passing thru the pack in an extremely dusty track which unfortunately found Cecco in a bottomless mudhole on lap 2, back in the pits on lap 3 for clean gloves and finally getting tangled up with another racer in a dusty corner with zero visibility on the final lap. Even with 2 pit stops, getting stuck and final lap tangle Cecco’s determination to keep moving forward helped him secure a fifth place position – less than 5 minutes off the leader. Though certainly not ideal, Cecco remained positive and said, “We still have two rounds to go and I plan to use both to my advantage!” It ain’t over til it’s over.
September 23, 2014 at 09:30 pm
Rick Cecco found himself in a bit of a mud hole. Who's had races like this?
September 23, 2014 at 03:20 pm
Happy First Day of Fall. As the weather starts to get cooler make sure you are prepared with some of our Moose Racing outerwears. http://www.mooseracing.com/products/?categoryId=1544
September 22, 2014 at 09:57 pm
September 22, 2014 at 09:56 pm
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