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Saturday MX Rd2 – Feb 25th 2017


A chilly morning lead into a warm afternoon for the second round of the Spring Saturday MX series. It was great to see a lot of first time racers out there as well as some familiar faces. Saturday MX is all about fun! Check out the action in the RideNow Powersports Race Gallery then go visit your local RideNow Powersports dealer to get ready for round three!

If you would like to see more pictures of yourself, post a comment with your number, bike, and moto you were in.

AMA Buckeye Hare Scramble – Jan 8 2017

Once a year we get a day to leave the beaten path of the motocross track and forge new trails off in the desert. And that day was yesterday at the AMA Buckeye Hare Scramble at Arizona Cycle Park. It is always a treat to take off out into the desert sand wash or the single track through the foliage surrounding ACP. Check out the action from the mini-est of minis to the grisly veterans that have just as much grit in their personalities as the famed sand wash.  Congrats to the winners and to those who were able to complete the marathon riding sessions!

Cactus State Rd2 Oct 23 2016

So, how are those extra laps feeling today?  It was a hot one yesterday for round 2 of the 2016 Cactus State at Arizona Cycle Park. Check out the action!

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Saturday MX Rd2 Oct 22 2016


Round 2 is in the books and the series is half way over. Dynamic Designs was onsite for all your jersey, t-shirt, and sweatshirt printing needs. If you need to freshen up your look for round 3, be sure to hit them up. But in the meantime, check out the racing action in the Dynamic Designs Race Gallery!

If you would like to see more pictures of yourself, post a comment with your number, bike, and moto you were in.

Phoenix SX 2016 – Timed Qualifying

The track is shaping up to be a tough one. Both Dungey and Webb lead the first timed practices. It will be a good one if the points leaders can get off the gate on this long start!

Coppersate Classic Rd 5 – Pro Photo Report

Even before the pros lined up Saturday night, Arizona Cycle Park was raising money the night before to help our fast guys get to Hangtown for round one of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Part of Friday night’s practice fee was set aside for the fund. Check out the  local news  that showed up to see what this motocross thing was all about. And the giving kept on going come race time Saturday night where $5 of every race entry and $2 of every front gate fee will be donated to the fund.  All that and an auction of some moto memorabilia put a lot of cabbage up for grabs.   Let’s see who will be going to Hangtown a bit heavier in the wallet.

The fast six launch out of the gate  in moto 1 to see who will grab the holeshot

Dilon Huddleston was impressive with a 1-1.  Good starts put him out front to make the wins look easy. He brought home $675 for his efforts.

Rhett Urseth took the second spot with a 3-2 finish on the night and put $475 into his pocket. He also got some face time in the news spot linked above.

David King tied with Urseth but his 2-3 relegated him to the third step on the podium.  He should not feel too bad though. He still walked away with $475

Buddi Bruner, who also put in some camera work for the news, finished 4-4 and pocketed $375 for his efforts.

Troy Allen secured fifth overall with a 5-5.  He was not hard to miss under the lights in his bright Troy Lee gear and KTM!

Zac Petruska struggled and went 6-6. According to his ace mechanic (Dad) they “kept bending things”.

It was this year’s first night race and the cool nocturnal air was welcomed with summer temps making their way into the desert.  Be sure to come out June 8th for round 6 and race under the ACP lights!

Rnd 2 Yamaha QuadX April 17

Nelson Wins Quad X Overall

Story and Photos by Robert Van Damme

Dustin Nelson went 1-1 for the win in the 450 Pro Class at round two of the Yamaha Quad X Series with support by Big Kid Racing, STI Tire, Pro-X and MTA at Arizona Cycle Park. Promoter Lori Bryant commented that this was the first race of the season since the first round was all about surviving in the rain and mud. Racers were greeted with clear skies and warm temperatures in the Arizona desert just outside Buckeye, Arizona. Before the start of the first 450 Pro moto, the racers did a slow commemorative parade lap. Last month just before the first round of the Quad X Series, former pro competitor Jeffery Spooner was in a fatal automobile accident. Evan Spooner, Jeffery’s brother, led the procession around the racecourse and honored his brother by running Jeffery’s #56 on his quad. Continue reading Rnd 2 Yamaha QuadX April 17