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MOTOCROSS ACTION’S WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: INDY 500? COKE 600? FREESTONE? WE SHOULD BE PROUD THAT ONLY ONE OF THESE RACES WAS ON TWO DIFFERENT, ALTHOUGH OBSURE, TV NETWORKS

May 27, 2012
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THE END OF A NEWS CYCLE THAT STARTED WITH AN EARTHQUAKE ON MARCH 11, 2010

Left unrestored this Harley will stir peoples memories and heart about the devastating earthquake in Japan.

Remember the story of the 2004 Harley-Davidson FXSTB Softail motorcycle, recovered on the coast of British Columbia after drifting for more than a year and 4000 miles across the Pacific Ocean following last year’s tsunami in Japan. It was found in a shipping container of British Columbia’s Graham Island at low tide. It’s owner was traced by the Japanese license plate. The bike belonged to Ikuo Yokoyama, who said. “Since the motorcycle was recovered, I have discussed with many people about what to do with it. I would be delighted if it could be preserved in its current condition and exhibited to the many visitors to the Harley-Davidson Museum as a memorial to a tragedy that claimed thousands of lives. I would like to thank all people around the world once again for their wholehearted support of the areas hit by the earthquake and tsunami.

The bike has since been transferred to Deeley Harley-Davidson in Vancouver and plans for its transportation to the Harley-Davidson Museum are being developed.

FREESTONE CRASH! NICO IZZI HITS A HAYBALE ON HIS DAY OF REDEMPTION… WELL, HOPEFULLY HE CAN BE REDEEMED NEXT WEEK

250 BATTLE OF THE DAY! ROCZEN, BAGGETT & ANDERSON… THIS IS MOTOCROSS THE WAY IT IS MEANT TO BE SEEN

THE ONLY THING STEWART DID WRONG ALL DAY LONG… APART FROM HIS HAIR-DO

WHY BRETT METCALFE HAD A BAD DAY WHILE HIS TEAMMATE HAD A GOOD DAY

BLAKE BAGGET IS THE ONLY RIDER TO AIR IT OUT AT THE FREESTONE 12-PACK

FREESTONE RESULTS: 450 CLASS
1. James Stewart….1-1
2. Ryan Dungey….2-2
3. Mike Alessi….5-3
4. Jake Weimer….3-6  
5. Josh Grant….6-4
6. Andrew Short….10-5
7. Tommy Hahn….9-7
8. Brett Metcalfe….13-10
9. Nico Izzi….4-25
10. Ryan Sipes….8-17
11. Michael Byrne….12-15
12. Bobby Kiniry….17-11
13. Justin Brayton….14-14
14. Broc Tickle….7-40
15. Kyle Regal….25-8
16. Derek Anderson…22-9
17. Cole Thompson….19-13
18. Mathew Lemoine ….11-27
19. Kyle Chisholm…..30-12
20. Kevin Rookstool…16-19
Other notables: 21. Jimmy Albertson; 26. Austin Howell; 27. Billy Laninovich; 30. Vince Friese;  42. Davi Millsaps (DNS).

FREESTONE RESULTS: 250 CLASS
1. Eli Tomac…1-1
2. Blake Baggett…2-2
3. Ken Roczen…3-4
4. Blake Wharton…6-3
5. Justin Barcia… 4-5
6. Marvin Musquin…5-8
7. Jessy Nelson …7-9
8. Wil Hahn …12-6
9. Jake Canada…8-14
10. Kyle Cunningham…13-12
11. Martin Davalos…14- 13
12. Jason Anderson…22-7
13. Travis Baker…18-10
14. Kyle Peters…9-23
15. Alex Martin…16-15  
16. Zack Freeberg…15-16
17. Gareth Swanepoel…10-38
18. Malcolm Stewart… 39-11
19. Ivan Tedesco…11-22  
20. Hunter Hewitt…17-2
Other notables: 22. A.J. Cantazaro; 27. Travis Bell; 32. Ozzy Barbaree; 35. Steve Roman; 39. Tevin Tapia.

KTM “MOTO TOUR” IS YOUR CHANCE TO TEST RIDE THE ALL-NEW 2013 KTM’S: HERE’S THE SCHEDULE

This is the bike to ride first, before the line gets too long ? the KTM 150SX two-stroke.

KTM will offer riders 13 chances to test ride the 2013 KTM SX models at different tracks across the U.S. All 2013 KTM SX model motorcycles will be available to test at each stop.

June 29…Prairie City OHV Park, CA  
July 9…Glen Helen Raceway, CA  
August 12…Red Bud MX, MI
August 20…Winchester Speed Park, NH
August 27…Area 51, NY  
September 10…Owyhee Motorcycle Club, ID
September 17…Washougal MX Park, WA  
September 24…Throttle 215, UT  
October 1…Thunder Valley MX Park, CO
October 6…Spring Creek MX Park, MN  
November 9…3 Palms Action Sports Park, TX  
November 17…Thundercross MX Park, FL  
November 20…Gatorback MX Park, FL

Interested participants must obtain a pass from their local KTM dealership in order to participant. Participants must be 18 years of age or older and have a valid photo ID in order to participate. All riders must also come prepared with the appropriate riding gear, including: a DOT approved helmet, jersey, riding pants, gloves, goggles and boots. For more information please visit your local KTM dealer.

TWEET-CITY: LIKE HEARING IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE, BUT WITHOUT THE VINE…OR THE GRAPES

EVERYBODY ON THE GP CIRCUIT LOVED BRAZIL…RIGHT UP THE RAIN STARTED COMING DOWN (AT 3:20)


OSHA MAY SOUND LIKE A NEW SANCTIONING BODY, BUT IT’S FAR FROM IT

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration, is a division of the U.S. Department of Labor. OSHA inspects businesses to make sure that the working conditions are safe…and they have made their way to the AMA National pits. OSHA had a series of complaints and suggestions about fire extinguishers, ladders, flammable fuel, hazardous substances (race fuels, aerosols, chemicals and lubricants) and no smoking areas, but here is an OSHA rule that will hurt:

No individuals are allowed to spectate from the roof areas of transporters, unless those areas are enclosed in OSHA approved guard rails and that any access to these areas by either ladder or lift gate meets all state and federal OSHA guidelines. OSHA inspectors recommended that at any time when an individual is required to access the rooftop of a transport vehicle, that an on-the-ground spotter be present.

STILL MISSING! RIDERS WHO WON’T BE AT FREESTONE THIS WEEKEND

In the “year of the fill-in rider,” the stars, rank-and-file and privateers keep getting hurt…as do the fill-ins. So the starting line at Freestone will be missing a few players, most notably, Reed, Villopoto and Canard.

Chad Reed: Not coming back this year and needs  the time to try and find some new sponsors for next year.

Ryan Villopoto: When we saw him at the races last week he looked fine, but his knee isn’t.

Justin Bogle: Knee surgery, but he will be back.

Dean Wilson: Pro Circuit has been testing with Dylan Epstein as a fill-in, but Kawasaki wants to keep him at the amateur level until after Southwick. Dean’s shoulder is messed up.

Darryn Durham: Darryn injured his shoulder at Comp Edge and has been repalced by Ivan Tedesco (who himself was replace during the Supercross series).

Tyla Rattray: Tyla finally got what he wanted to move to the 450 class?it was glorious two laps at Hangtown before a rock broke his knuckle. He will definitely come back…no matter what.

Cole Seely: Cole was seriously hurt at Salt Lake City and probably will miss the series…no weat, he has a contract for next year.

Trey Canard: Although up and about, Canard isn’t coming back this season.

Ryan Morais: Ryan was actually hurt worse than Trey Canard in their Los Angeles Dodger Stadium crash. He is still recovering.

Other notables: Austin Stroupe, Sean Hackley, Josh Hill, Kyle Partridge, Christian Craig and P.J. Larsen.

THE 2012 GP SEASON…AT A GLANCE

After 5 of 16 rounds in the 2012 FIM World Motocross Championship, the competition looks closer than the points reveal. Here are the GP stats.


Gautier Paulin is the only rider to break the Pourcel/Cairoli lock on the top step.

450 GRAND PRIX WINS
1. Tony Cairoli…2
2. Christophe Pourcel…2
3. Gautier Paulin…1


Christophe Pourcel has led the most 450 laps.

450 LAPS LED
1. Christophe Pourcel…73
2. Tony Cairoli…61
3. Gautier Paulin…21
4. Clement Desalle…16
5. Xavier Boog…6


Steven Frossard has one podium, but he hurt his knee at round two and his been trying unsuccessfully to race ever since.

450 PODIUMS (first through third)
1. Tony Cairoli…4
2. Christophe Pourcel…3
3. Clement Desalle…3
4. David Philippaerts…2
5. Kevin Strijbos…1
6. Steven Frossard…1
7. Gautier Paulin…1


Clement Desalle hasn’t won yet and isn’t in the top three of laps led, but he is second in points.

450 POINTS (After 5 of 16 races)
1. Tony Cairoli…203
2. Clement Desalle…179
3. Christophe Pourcel…172
4. Gautier Paulin…170
5. Ken DeDycker…154


Jeffrey Herlings is at the top of every 250 category.

250 GRAND PRIX WINS
1. Jeffrey Herlings…3
2. Tommy Searle…2


Tommy Searle used his mud magic to lead a lot of laps during the South American leg.

250 LAPS LED
1. Jeffrey Herlings…73
2. Tommy Searle…61
3. Joel Roelants…21
4. Michael Leib…16
5. Jeremy van Horebeek…6


Michael Leib is one of only seven riders to make the 250 podium this year.

250 PODIUMS (first through third)
1. Tommy Searle…4
2. Jeffrey Herlings…4
3. Jeremy van Horebeek…2
4. Joel Roelants…2
5. Michael Leib…1
6.  Christophe Charlier…1
7. Jose Butron…1


Max Anstie is fifth in points, but 86 points behind Herlings.

250 POINTS (After 5 of 16 races)
1. Jeffrey Herlings…223
2. Tommy Searle…203
3. Jeremy van Horebeek…189
4. Joel Roelants…152
5. Max Anstie…137

ZACH OSBORNE JOINS ZACH BELL AS NEW GEICO HONDA RIDERS FOR 2013…THAT ONLY LEAVES ZACH FREEBERG & ZACH JAYNES UNSIGNED ON TEAM ZACH

One of the Zachs.

As was already announced about two months ago, informally by the jungle drums of the motocross world, Zach Osborne is leaving the GP circuit for a second shot at the AMA circuit. Zach will join the Geico Honda team for 2013 to race the 250 class. At the moment Osborne is injured and waiting to heal up…until then Michael Leib has beenfilling infor him at the Bike-It Yamaha 250 GP team.

“I get to join the team in October and start preparing for 2013,” Osborne said. “I’m super-excited about it. It’s an awesome opportunity for me to be a part of such a great team like Geic Honda. I got a decent taste of Supercross this year, but it’s good to know I’m going home to race full time and make a real run at a championship.”

The arrival of Zach and Zach, Geico says that it will add amateur Zach Bell to its pro team starting at Southwick later this season, which could mean that someone is leaving the Geico team for 2013. Obviously, one person is Justin Barica?who is moving to Team Honda and the big-time 450 class. That leaves Justin Bogle, Eli Tomac and Wil Hahn. Put on your team manager hat and make a decision. How do you make room for Zach and Zach? Who do you drop? Do you have the money for five riders?

REM WILL BE BACK TO ITS ANCESTORAL HOME THIS SATURDAY, MAY 26

This new up-and-over hill is a nod to the original Arroyo track which had three blind hills. It has two levels and will use the lower level to the left and to the upper level to the right.

After being forced to move from it cozy home perched on a hill at Glen Helen Raceway Park while the Red Bull X-Fighters transformed the REM motocross track into a freestyle arena. The work has begun to turn it back into a motocross track. The plan is to host the homecoming for the REM racers this Saturday…so the riders can be reunited with their home track. REM has been racing on the USGP track during the interim, but have been gnawing at the bit to get back on the old Arroyo Cycle Park track (upon which the REM motocross track is built). For more info go to www.glenhelen.com or www.remsatmx.com

RED BULL X-FIGHTERS GLEN HELEN IS ON NBC THIS SATURDAY 2:00 P.M. EASTERN

The REM track is in the foreground (with the bleachers around it). The USGP track is to the left (one valley over).

The Red Bull X-Fighters Glen Helen airs this Saturday, May 26 on NBC at 2 p.m. (Eastern) and 11 a.m. (Pacific). Red Bull X-Fighters held the largest outdoor freestyle event of all-time on Glen Helen’s REM race track. The TV show will be hosted by Sal Masekela . In the end, one competitor will top the podium and earn points toward a season-end championship. Built out of the natural terrain of the Southern California desert landscape, the course in Glen Helen tested the mettle of the best freestyle competitors in the world as they attack a course that includes a 60-foot high step-up, which one competitor did a mind blowing back flip on. Go to www.redbullsignatureseries.com for X Fighters preview videos, photo galleries and to see more of the action that makes up the Red Bull Signature Series.

MEET THE TROY LEE DESIGNS TEAM…WELL, MEET THE FILL-IN RIDERS WHO ARE UPHOLDING TLD HONOR

DRC AIR PUMP FOR NEW AIR SUSPENSION FRONT FORKS

The news is barely dry on the printing press about the 2013 KX450F’s Kayaba air forks and already DRC has a suspension air pump developed for new (2013) front air suspension equipped models. Specially designed gauge for the new air suspension shows accurate air pressure with a max of 3.5 bar or 50 psi. Long stroke designed for fewer pumps (approximately 60 pumps per fork leg). Long air hose and air valve attachment for easy operation. Optional swivel valve hose available for Renthal FatBars.

There is a micro-adjust button for precise air pressure adjustment. Anti-air leak design on valve attachment prevents leakage when disconnecting from the suspension air valve. The retail price is $59.95.

For more information call Enzo Racing at (714) 541-5218 or Langtson Racing at (951) 928-0740.

NEW IDEAS ARE STILL FLOWING… THE FIRST NEW ENGINE OF 2013 ? KTM 250SXF
With the manufacturers tightening their belts, new designs are few and far between. There will be an all-new Honda CRF450 engine, but it hasn’t been released yet. The KTM 450SXF has a new engine, but the “Factory Edition” was released as a 2012 model. So, that makes the KTM 250SXF the newest of new (until next week). See it here.

The 2013 KTM 250SXF engine is built around completely new high-pressure die-cast (instead of sand cast) cases. This means thinner wall thickness and lighter weight (in part thanks to the lack of any kick start bosses). The double-overhead-cam cylinder head features Ti valves and finger followers. It mimics the design philosophy as the 350SXF engine. Compared to last year the 2013 250SXF has larger ports, reshaped combustion chamber, larger intake valves (32.5mm instead of 30.9mm) and a new camshaft.

The piston is a Konig bridge-box design and has a 2mm larger bore (78mm instead of 76mm) ? this gives more room for the bigger valves.
 
The new crankshaft has a 2.5 mm shorter stroke and carries less inertia for more spontaneous power delivery. The 250SXF crankshaft is fitted with a Pankl connecting rod featuring a plain bearing (no more needle bearing), which allows higher rpm and less maintenance. Max rpm is 14,000 with the rev limiter set at 13,400 rpm.

The 44mm throttle body has the injector nozzle located underneath the venturi, because KTM’s engineers believe that the bottom of the venturi is where the fuel velocity is at its greatest

The six-speed gearbox is adapted to the new engine design and provides the same final gear ratios as its predecessor. The gear ratios are 13:32, 16:32, 17:28, 19:26, 21:25, 22:24. The final ratio is 13/50.

DONNIE HANSEN MOTOCROSS ACADEMY SUMMER SCHEDULE

For more info go to www.dhma.com

HAVE YOU EVER RACED AT MURRAY BRIDGE? ARE YOU AN AUSSIE? WANNA SEE THE AUSSIE NATIONAL AT MURRAY BRIDGE?
This video has a lot of meaningless filler that makes it way too long, but it eventually leads up to a fight…well, almost a fight, okay, not a fight by real Australian standards…more of an American-style motocross fight, but better than a French motocross fight by a long shot.

GIUSEPPE LUONGO ON HOW THE RIDERS WERE MISLED INTO STRIKING IN MEXICO…PLEASE TELL US, WAS IT THE COMMIES OR THE PINKOS?

Is Luongo saying that there are subversives in his happy vision of Grand Prix motocross or that it’s not as happy as he makes out? We believe the former, not the latter.

Giuseppe said, “During a difficult moment we were able to realise who our true partners are, because during complications normally a true partner tries to help you solve problems, not put banana skins under your feet, but sadly this was what happened. The reason why the riders didn’t want to race the qualifying races on Saturday had nothing to do with the security of the track, because Saturday’s track was fine to race on; there was just some dust in two corners (total of about 100m) during the morning practice, which, on the request of the riders, was well watered. But not one of them went to see that this corner was okay.

“The reality is that after the two practices on Saturday morning many riders were exhausted because it was hot (32ø), dry (30% of humidity) and the altitude was close to 1700m and they wanted to avoid the qualifying race, so they used the excuse of the track to save their energy. The fact that many team managers were not present, the riders were easily manipulated by some people present in the paddock who, with their short vision, did not think about the damage they would cause.”

TEN WAY TO COVER EVERY BIKE CLEANING CONTINGENCY…PLUS A TIRE LUBE, GOGGLE CLEANER AND MUD RELEASE

1.7 Cleaning Solutions are used by five of the top race teams in motocross and now you have the chance to get the whole kit for your garage. If you buy Formula 1 through Formula 10, we will upgrade your Formula 1 Wash / Degreaser 16 ounce bottle to a one-gallon jug at no charge. 1.7 Cleaning Solutions is now available at www.1pt7.com.  
 
– Formula 1 – Wash Degreaser
– Formula 2 – Four-N-One Shine
– Formula 3 – Plastic/Rubber Conditioner
– Formula 4 – Hard parts Dressings
– Formula 5 – Brake Pad & Rotor Cleaner
– Formula 6 – Pre-Ride Treatment (Mud Release)
– Formula 7 – Goggle/Window Cleaner
– Formula 8 – Tire Mounting Lube
– Formula 9 – Hand Cleaner
– Formula 10 – Hi Power Cleaning Wipes

OSSA WAS ON A ROLL…BUT NOW THE WHEELS HAVE FALLEN OFF

Ossa Monocasso E-bike.

Remember the very cool Ossa 250cc enduro bike that was shown to the public a few months ago? Everybody went gaga over Ossa’s reverse cylinder, fuel-injected, snake pipe two-stroke. Built on the foundation of its equally modern 280i Trials bike, Ossa was the darling of the motorcycle world.

Ossa 250/300 reverse-cylinder enduro bike.

Well, all that good work has been wiped out by the electric Ossa Monocasso urban motorcycle. It’s weird, goofy and ugly. Even worse, the name “Monocasso” is used because the designers claim that it is an updated version of the original Ossa Monocasco that was road raced in the late ?60s by Santiago Herrero.
 

Santiago Herrero’s 1970 Monocasso.

Herrero was true racing hero, who raced his 250cc Ossa single, in a monocoque aluminum frame, to tremendous success in the 1968, 1969 and 1970 FIM 250 Grand Pirx road race series. His single-cylinder Ossa made 20 horspeower less than the factory Yamaha twins of Phil Reed and Bill Ivy, but Santiago Herrero won GPs and was actually leading the 1969 250 World Championships going into the last race?only to crash out and end up third for the year. Sadly, Herrero and his Ossa Monocasso crashed at the Isle of Man in 1970 and Herrero was killed. This Spanish hero deserves more respect than to have his name attached to an electric city bike.

DUBYA CELEBRATES ITS FIRST YEAR IN BUSINESS
Dubya is celebrating the completion of its first year in business as your source for all things wheel. In its first year of operation, Dubya has grown from its humble beginnings in an Orange, California, warehouse to become one of the top suppliers of wheel and brake components to competitive motocross racers, freestyle athletes and enthusiasts around the world. For more info watch the video below and go to www.dubyausa.com

THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAY BOYS

May 29…Ove Lundell
May 29…Donald Upton

May 30…Andrew McFarlane
May 31…Gary Semics
May 31…Rick Burgett

June 1…Tanel Leok
June 2…Ray Sommo

June 2…Steve Wise

ONE MORE LOOK AT GLEN HELEN’S MOTOCROSS STARS NATIONAL WARM-UP… BY HELICOPTER


TEAM OHLINS/LANGSTON/KTM IS NOW LANGSTON-WITT RACING (LWR)

Grant will have to put duct tape over the Ohlins logo on his jersey and truck for the time being.

Team Ohlins/Langston/KTM is now Langston-Witt Racing (LWR). According to a press release from Grant Langston’s KTM team, Ohlins is no longer part of the team. Langston had a Supercross-only deal with suspension supplier Ohlins and that contract was not renewed for the AMA Nationals. The Langston team will keep racing, while it makes plans for 2013. Team owner Scott Witt said, “We all worked really hard to keep this deal in place, but we just could not get it done. It has been great working with Stacey and all the Ohlins guys. Our team has really benefited from their expertise,” Witt said.

EVERY RIDER WITH AN AMA NATIONAL NUMBER

Do you know this rider by his number? Better check.

MXA wants to give you an up-to-date list of every rider and his AMA number leading into Freestone 250/450 National weekend. Be forewarned, there are 383 riders on the list (and occasionally the AMA gives a rider two different numbers, but normally straightens it out later…Tucker Saye is a good example of an AMA clerical error).

2012 AMA NATIONAL NUMBERS
1. Ryan Villopoto (450 MX/SX)
1. Dean Wilson (250 MX)
1. Broc Tickle (250 West?will not be used in 2012)
1. Justin Barcia (250 East)
2. Ryan Villopoto (will not be used in 2012)
3. Mike Brown
4. Available (to former National Champions)
5. Ryan Dungey
6. Available (to former National Champions)
7. James Stewart
8. Available (to former National Champions)
9. Ivan Tedesco
10. Justin Brayton
11. Kyle Chisholm
12. Blake Baggett
13. (Eli Tomac earned this number by elected to run 17 instead)
14. Kevin Windham
15. Dean Wilson
16. John Dowd
17. Eli Tomac
18. Davi Millsaps
19. Kyle Cunningham
20. Justin Barcia
21. Jake Weimer
22. Chad Reed
23. Gareth Swanepoel
24. Brett Metcalfe
25. Broc Tickle
26. Michael Byrne
27. Nick Wey
28. Tyla Rattray
29. Andrew Short
30. Alex Martin
31. Martin Davalos
32. Tommy Hahn
33. Josh Grant
34. Cole Seely
35. Darryn Durham
36. Kyle Regal
37. Malcolm Stewart
38. Marvin Musquin
39. Tye Simmonds
40. Gannon Audette
41. Trey Canard
42. Ricky Dietrich
43. Christian Craig
44. Jason Anderson
45. Nick Paluzzi
46. Les Smith
47. Chris Blose
48. Jimmy Albertson
49. Justin Bogle
50. Nico Izzi
51. Travis Baker
52. Ben Lamay
53. Ryan Sipes
54. Weston Peick
55. Lance Vincent
56. Austin Stroupe
57. Jake Canada
58. Will Hahn
59. Vince Friese
60. Matt Lemoine
61. Austin Howell
62. Travis Sewell
63. Colton Facciotti
64. Matt Boni
65. Ryan Morais
66. Jason Thomas
67. Scott Champion
68. Shane Sewell
69. Jimmy DeCotis
70. Ken Roczen
71. Kevin Rookstool
72. Jarred Browne
73. Josh Clark
74. Tyler Bowers
75. Josh Hill
76. Calle Aspegren
77. Lowell Spangler
78. Tommy Weeck
79. Tyler Medaglia
80. Kyle Keylon
81. Robert Kiniry
82. Justin Sipes
83. Kyle Partridge
84. Killy Rusk
85. Robert Marshall
86. Taylor Futrell
87. Matt Goerke
88. Ben Evans
89. Tyler Bright
90. Bryce Vallee
91. Dalton Carlson
92. Hunter Clements
93. A.J. Catanzaro
94. Cole Siebler
95. Chris Plouffe
96. Kyle Peters
97. Jeremy Medaglia
98. Tye Hames
99. Sean Hackley
100. Josh Hansen
102. Chris Gosselaar
105. Matt Moss
112. Ryan Marmont
117. Kelly Smith
118. Bryar Perry         
119. Max Anstie
124. Ryan Clark
125. Daniel Blair
126. Hunter Hewitt
129. Vernon McKiddie
132. Kyle Beaton
133. Myles Tedder
136. Jessy Nelson
140. Johnny Moore
143. Michael Horban
145. Travis Smith
149. Casey Hinson
153. Gregory Crater
160. Cole Thompson
161. Todd Carlson
162. Mason Hume
166. Dakota Tedder
170. Michael Leib
171. Cole Siebler
173. Travis Johnson
174. Chase Spears
175. Bruce Rutherford
179. Emil Foldager
182. Kyler Jones
186. Sean Borkenhagen
187. Bryce Huffman
192. Cameron Lansing
200. Michael McDade
201. Cameron Rodriquez
202. Tanner Young
204. David Gassin
207. Sean Collier
208. Donald Vawser
211. Tevin Tapia
212. Auston Albers
214. Jason Kueber
215. Broc Armbruster
216. Jared Boothroyd
219. Ryan Rangel
220. Todd Bannister
222. Chris Howell
224. Heath Harrison
225. Tyler McEwen
227. Cole Martinez
232. Billy Laninovich
239. Brian Sjogren
241. Derek anderson
244. Ryan Zimmer
247. Teddy Parks
251. James Justice
260. Nicholas Myers
265. Luke Peters
268. Bryce Shondeck
275. Jeff Gibson
276. John Jelderda
278. Parker Anthony
284. Cody Church
285. Tony Archer
293. Brian Sjogren
296. Trevor Whitmarsh
300. Kurtis Manderscheid
303. Carlos Gonzalez
304. Bradley Ripple
308. Nick Jackson
311. Jesse Rangas
312. Teddy Maier
314. Alex Ray
327. Jeremy Girard
328. Chad Crawford
329. Chad Gores
331. Justin Bunn
333. Cody Mackie
335. Seth Caldwell         
337. Jeremy O’Driscoll
338. Zach Osborne
339. Michael Thacker
344. Derek Currie
346. Brandon Marley
349. Michael Willard
351. Jon-Paul Powell
352. Kevin Markwardt
354. Chris Johnson
357. Jacob Locks
364. John Kemp
370 Drew Yenerich
374. Cody Gilmore
377. Christophe Pourcel
380. Kevin Lepp
382. Preston Thomas
383. Brandon Rangel
384. Carl Schlacht
385. Adam Gulley
386. Aaron Gulley
389. Chris See
393. Daniel Herrlein
394. Tanner Moore
400. Trevor Ivey
401. Matthew Marden
404. Zack Freeberg
405. Joe Lafalce
406. Ryan Abrigo
407. Adam Chatfield
409. Dillon Huddleston
412. Levi Kilbarger
415. Nicholas Schmidt
423. Brandon Gillespie
429. Richard Rinauro
435. Scott Agostini
438. John Cal Baker
439. Ryan Hughes
440. Lee Witt
443. Jeffrey Mort
446. Frank Lettieri
447. Deven Raper
449. Dakota Kessler
451. Rashidi Kerrison
458. Troy Bettenhausen
459. Conrad Weiland
461. Dave Ginolfi
464. Mitchel Alcorn
466. Kerry Moore
468. Zach Fettinger
476. Colin Jurin
480. Cory Green
481. Serey Astaykin
498. Cody Robbins
501. Scotty Wennerstrom
505. Sean Lipanovich
508. Nick Click
512. Jorge Bujanda
513. Danny Pacini
516. Brian Foster
522. William Wichers
532. Ricky Renner
533. Gannon Audette
534. Travis Freistat
535. Joey Peters
536. Erik Meusling
537. William McDonough
544. Morgan Burger
546. Kevin Urguhart
548. Broc Schmelyun
550. Beau Bentley
554. Tyler Livesay
558. Dylan Slusser
564. Jeremy Huddleston
565. Preston Mull
567. Dylan Lane
569. Dylan Ziolkowski
570. Beau Hudson
572. Zach Jaynes
583. Tyler Sjoberg
587. Dustin Kendall
588. Jerry Lumsden
599. Ronnie Hapner
606. Ronnie Stewart
608. David Pulley
610. Chris Tracy
611. Mason Glorioso
615. Daniel Aulseybrook
617. Gavin Faith
619. Mark Weishaar
620. Brad Nauditt
621. Vann Martin
622. Sean Jackson
627. Tylor Hemme
632. Ramsey Canham
633. Clay Drew
634. Eric Senk
636. Keith Knight
639. David Buller
643. Jake Oswald
644. Garret Eckman
646. Derek Overton
647. Parker Eckman
651. Cody Nobles
652. Dustin Pipes
655. John Pauk
659. Justin Freund
661. Michael Lang
670. Dylan Schmoke
668. Billy Jurevich
671. Todd Caldwell
672. Seth Rarick
675. Kyle Hussey
693. Tucker Saye
696. Tyler Granger
697. Kyle Goerke
670. Dylan Schmoke
680. Tyler Keenom
684. Justin Kopcak
693. Tucker Saye
702. Cameron Stone
707. Alex Millican
708. Joe Perron
712. Justin Starling
713. Chad Cook
714. Shawn Rife
715. Phil Nicoletti
718. Matt Schneider
720. Joseph Marburger
722. Adam Enticknap
726. Gared Steinke
727. Rhett Urseth
731. Steve Roman
735. Travis Pitt
747. Trevor Carmciahel
750. Jared Hicks
752. Bryce Stewart
753. Derek Brewster
754. Tyler Allen
757. Kevin W. Johnson
758. Jason Potter
764. Cody Lee
765. Michael Giese
768. Cole Shondeck
771. Terren O’Dell
772. Robert Noftz
773. Walt Van Olden
774. Preston Tilford
783. Beau Burnett
788. Matt Vonlinger
792. Bracken Hall
793. Yuta Ikegaya
794. Yoshiki Inagaki
800. Mike Alessi
801. Jeff Alessi
804. Jason Langford
808. Noa Quinabo
812. Luke Vonlinger
821. John Moeller     
831. Ryan Smith
845. Brandon Glenn
848. Kendall Mason
854. Landen Powell
855. Jeffrey Shuck
862. Ozzy Barbaree
865. Dario Marrazzo
866. Rickard Sandberg
869. Robert Lind
870. Cyrille Coulon
878. Eric McKay
880. Canaan Barrilleaux
884. Kerim Fitzgerald
887. Daniel Sanders
897. Blake Ballard
891. Justin Bogle
902. Jesus Macias
903. Antonio Balbi
906. Killian Auberson
915. Adrien Lopes
917. Drew Thomas
918. Michael Akaydin
919. Shawn Rhinehart
925. Cody Young
927. P.J. Larsen
929. Travis Bell
930. Tom Parsons
941. Angelo Pellegrini
943. Carlos Oros
945. Michael Stryker
951. Tyler Clark
952. Adam Conway
956. Blake Wharton
963. Aviery Hickey
964. Dominque Thury
965. Travis Bright
968. Jackson Richardson
971. Nathan Malyszek
972. Michael Picone
973. Jean Baptiste Marrone
975. Jake Loberg
976. Josh Greco
979. Jonathon Withrow
981. Austin Politelli
983. Michael Riehm
985. Erdenebileg Khaliunbold   
986. Topher Ingalls
992. Jean Ramos
996. Filip Thuresson
997. Linus Sandahl

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