THE AFTERMATH: COLORADO 250/450 NATIONAL

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The beautiful Coloraro track from afar. 

Joey Savatgy gets the holeshot in moto 2 putting him in a good position to take the win. 

Zach Osborne qualified fastest, but a first moto crash hindered Zach’s overall win streak.

 Rookie Sean Cantrell is paying his dues.

Cole Seely much finished were he started in both motos finishing 6th overall.

Shane McElarth finished 9th.

Alex Martin led start to finish in the first moto. In the second moto he started 7th and worked his way up to the lead trio. Alex put on the pressure, but Joey didn’t crack.



Marvin Musqun guides his way through the Colorado ruts.

The other Martin brother, Jeremy, finished on the 250 podium as well.

What a surprise to see the RCH Suzuki rider Justin Bogle up front to take the win in the first 450 moto. A crash in the second moto put him out of contention of the overall.

Joey Savatgy and Jeremy Martin tail to nose. Any pass, by any of the top four, would have shuffled the results.

Jason Anderson rode consistent to a 3rd place 450 finish.

Dylan Ferrandis went 9-6 for 6th overall and sits 10th in points. 

The start of the first 250 moto.

Blake Baggett looked liked his old self in Colorado. He out-rode Tomac for the 450 overall win.

Michael Mosiman got bad starts both 250 motos, but salvaged a 10th overall.

Martin Davalos finished 10th overall in the 450 class.

Will Blake Baggett be a championship contender this year?

Zach still has a 9 point lead in the series over Alex Martin. 

Marvin gets to keep his red plate. 

Photos supplied by Kyoshi Becker, KTM, Husqvarna and Honda

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