What a weekend and for those that have President’s Day off, a nice way to recover from the Southwest Area Qualifier for the 2020 Loretta Lynn AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship. RideNow Powersports brings you both the Saturday and Sunday race galleries!Continue reading Southwest LLAQ Feb 15-16
Day 2 of the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Championship Area Qualifier at Arizona Cycle Park was just as sunny as day 1, but it was windy. It was the Arizona riders showing their skills and the out of state visitors seeing why ACP is a destination track in the winter. Congratulations to all those qualified for the regional and best of luck!
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Did you know other parts of the country have ‘weather’? You wouldn’t have known it with the sun shinning and the warm temps. The Arizona racing contingent made a great showing and we had a bunch of visitors from outside our borders. Check out all the action!
What would a Loretta Lynn race be without a bit of rain? Sprinkles over night and some rain fell during practice. But when the gate dropped on day 2, it was a mix of sun and clouds mixed in with ruts all day. Perfect racing to get ready for the AMA National Amateur Championship this summer. Check out the Arizona riders that took that next step to racing in Tennessee come August!
What a day it was to kick off the road to the AMA Amateur National Championship at Loretta Lynn’s ranch. The Southwest Area Qualifier at Arizona Cycle Park wrapped up day 1 with some great weather and even better racing. Congrats to those that qualified for the regional. Check out our Arizonans in action!
Are you heading to Arizona Cycle Park for the Loretta Lynn Area Qualifier on February 11 & 12? Well, take a look at the track. I hopped on for a lap after practice to give you an idea of what awaits.
The road to summer’s Amateur National Championship started off at Arizona Cycle Park with the Southwest Area Loretta Lynn Qualifier. Saturday had the 250A Pro Am all the way down to the shaft drives of the 50’s. Congrats to those who made it the regional!
If you would like to see more pictures of yourself, post a comment with your number, bike, and moto you were in.