Unfortunately, Bryce Harkey’s ride ended with a broken leg.
Chandler Jones was okay after his bike split in half, but dad’s got some work to do.
Dillan Epstein (8)
Jayme Gardiner III
For the most part, there were few serious crashes in the first turn…
…but try telling that to these riders.
Of course, many races were decided on the starts.
Sometimes getting carried off the track isn’t so bad.
Strong winds made watching the races a little difficult at time, but wearing goggles made it bearable.
More than 1500 entries were filled out for this year’s 41st running of the NMA World Mini Grand Prix.
Motocross is not motocross without a good downhill.
Living out of your truck and trailer for a week isn’t so bad when you’re racing MX.
One down and only four more days to go.
Even after a day racing, they never stop moving.
Time to get back down to business.
Talk about picking up the pieces!
Maximus Vohland is following in his father’s (Tallon) footsteps.
Noah McConahy (531)
Reed Vogan gets some last minute instructions from dad.
Unfortunately, Lachlan Turner’s race ended a little too soon.
Ryder Di Fransesco
Troy Graffunder (49)
Wade Huffman (998)
This year’s WMGP had a mixed bag of weather. Unfortunately, it wasn’t always this nice.
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