“Branson’s one of several great national-caliber events where kids and their Cobras get a chance to really step up and shine in front of the entire MX community,” said Cobra President Sean Hilbert. “So to sweep every 50cc class podium there is big for Cobra. Nice going, guys! Hit the school work at hard as you’ve been training this summer on your Cobras and we’ll look forward to seeing many you race one last time here in November at the Mini O’s.”
Here’s a look at the top Cobra guys from Branson who made the overall podium:
1st Kruz Sampson Lebanon, Tenn. PW Mod 4-6
2nd Stilez Robertson Bakersfield, Calif. PW Mod 4-6
3rd Cole De Koninck Loretta, Canada 65 JR CY Stock 6-8
Noteworthy: Cobra kicked down with a pretty cool bonus to a lucky rider at Branson. Arkansas’ Gage Obert won a brand new Cobra King 50 by virtue of a random drawing at the event. Congrats, Gabe! Everyone at Cobra looks forward to seeing your name up with the top guys in the PW classes on your new Cobra King 50!
Next up for the Cobra factory and supported racers is the Winter National Olympics, aka the “Mini Os” at Gatorback Cycle Park in Gainesville, Fla., Nov. 24-29.
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