THE AFTERMATH: TWO-STROKE WORLDS AT THE GLEN

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_DSC154-11Timmy Weigand came out of retirement to nab 5th in the 125 Pro class.

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Mike Alessi didn’t take a break on his Saturday off from Supercross. Instead, he dominated the Open Pro class.

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Dennis Stapleton making time on MXA’s Yamaha YZ250.

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No bolts were broken this year. The 2013 and 2014 champion Sean Collier raced his iconic KX500 on Saturday to 6th overall.

_DSC0005Mike Alessi is the holeshot king. Here he studies the gate before his race.

_DSC1266Last year’s winner, Mike Sleeter had a little bad luck putting him just outside the top ten.

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_DSC1346Zach Osborne was on fire aboard his Husky TC250. He finished third overall in the Pro class.

_DSC0002Here sits Matt Walker’s Pro Circuit KX125 along side Scott Sheak’s Shark Honda CR125.

_DSC1449Your 2016 Two-Stroke World Championship runner-up, Scott Champion.

_DSC1467Justin Hoeft makes his way to second overall in the 125cc class.

_DSC1270Sean Collier on The Beast.

_DSC0679Husqvarna offroad team manager, Timmy Weigand is still in racing shape.

_DSC9941The classics were out in full force.

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Robbie Wageman rounded the podium in the 125cc class on a bike borrowed from Dirt Bike Magazine.

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