5th annual The Good, The Bad, and The Rocky Enduro

     

 
This was one epic race with a lot of effort from the trail bosses! This year's outing was held at a little different spot, with less of a crowd than Cougar Buttes, near Lucerne Valley, CA.  Photos by The Momma Nelson
 

 

Awesome turnout and great new spot to camp! It was nice to be away from the main camping area and have less of a crowd than normal.
(Click on panorama to enlarge pic. Picture by Rebecca Hanson)

Saturday kicked off with the Junior event. Brian Ribeneck had an outstanding day taking 1st Junior.

Noah Scott was close behind and placed an impressive 2nd Junior!

Next up was the Beginner event! Joseyline Waggener had the best day out of the bunch and took 1st Beginner!

Jennifer Ringo stayed on her game to take 2nd place in Beginner.

Roy and Jake Rozelle put that rhino to the test. Putting the pedal down racing to 1st Rhino/ 1st Overall.

Rod McInnis took his quad to win 1st Quad.

After the Saturday activities we enjoyed a delicious TWMC pot luck and club meeting then watched Supercross Live on side of the Moore's trailer. Rough'n it!

Sunday morning we had great weather for racing. The course was epic and nice to race in a different area for a change.

Pictured above is Thomas Moore on his way to 1st Masters/ 1st Overall after coming back from a four month break.

Brent Betker stayed on pace, carding an impressive 2nd in Masters.

Michael Udell made a statement by finishing 1st Expert on his debut in the class.

Daniel Markley stayed on the gas to take 2nd Expert.

The course was so easy for Karl Miller that he never let his front tire touch the ground, finishing 1st Amateur.

 

 

Aaron Baxter put in a solid ride with 2nd Amateur.

Greg Eyrich put in a strong ride in the always competitive Super Senior class taking 1st place.

Our VP Dick Cressy had an incredible ride but one mess up would cost him a minute putting him 2nd Super Senior.

"Undefeatable Eyrich Boys" is what this event should have been called. Like father, like son, Carter Eyrich had a fantastic ride scoring 1st Novice.

Michael Fichera was the only person who wasn't an Eyrich to not drop a minute and take 2nd Novice.

Tony Harrell stayed ahead of his competition winning his class, 1st Legend.

Jason Curtis made his return to club racing with vengeance, snatching 1st Novice X.

Thanks again to all of the efforts of our Trail Bosses, and company. Trail Bosses
shown above: Rod McInnis, Thom McNabb, John Minnock,
Chris Whiting, and Dennis Minnock.

What a spectacular event! See everyone at the Deep Creek Enduro.

Complete results to this event are posted here

     
Last Updated: March, 2013

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