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Here you will find all the current updates regarding the Riders and Team. 

Atlanta Round 8

Shannon

250sx Heat 1:

Jeremy started the first lap of heat 1 in 8th place, but after stalling his bike in the whoops on lap 2, he was pushed towards the back and finished in 12th.

250sx LCQ:

                After stalling his bike in Heat 1, Jeremy was determined to move on to the main, but in the first lap Jeremy tripled a jump and landed outside of the dirt, where he stalled the bike and ended up not qualifying for the main.

 

Update: Jeremy is working hard this week with the help of his mechanic Scott Adkins to get himself back on top. 

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250sx Heat 2:                 Anthony started in Heat 2 in 11th position, but after a couple laps he made strides to finish in 8th to where he made the main. 250sx Main Event:                 Anthony took a great leap again towards the front of the pack in the first lap, he was in 5th, but before the first lap was finished Anthony had pulled through to third, where he sat for 4 laps until he miscalculated a jump and crashed. Update: Unfortunately due to Anthony’s crash, he broke his collar bone and will be out for 6 weeks. In the meantime we will have a suitable replacement rider to finish out the supercross season. 

250sx Heat 2:

                Anthony started in Heat 2 in 11th position, but after a couple laps he made strides to finish in 8th to where he made the main.

250sx Main Event:

                Anthony took a great leap again towards the front of the pack in the first lap, he was in 5th, but before the first lap was finished Anthony had pulled through to third, where he sat for 4 laps until he miscalculated a jump and crashed.

Update: Unfortunately due to Anthony’s crash, he broke his collar bone and will be out for 6 weeks. In the meantime we will have a suitable replacement rider to finish out the supercross season.