Things did not go as planned at Whitney for Bryce as he had set his goals extremely high. He still put up some good results, finishing in the top 5 in two classes and in the top 10 in 5 of 6. He was extremely consistent all week and put up some good results. However, he was not too pleased with his results saying "I did all right, but I worked way too hard not to be on the podium." Bryce left Whitney and went into Oak Hill with title hopes; Bryce said "I learned a lot from Whitney to Oak Hill, but I still was not where I needed to be." He rode his tail off each moto and put in some amazing rides, but came up just short of a title. Vallee finished up on the podium in three of his six classes (one 2nd and two 3rds). He came up a little short of his goal, but nonetheless, rode awesome. Bryce had this to say about his two weeks in Texas "It was a really good experience and I learned where my weakness are and what I need to improve" He went on to say "I have a lot of work to do before World Mini, but I am going to put my head down and get it done". Bryce has some big plans and big goals for himself for the rest of the year and years to come. He does not have that well known name, nor does he get the help he deserves, but he is still able to run with the biggest names out on the amateur motocross circuit.
Bryce would like to thank all of his sponsors that have backed him: Yamaha, NCY, Vallee Law, MSR, Pro Taper, Icon Sport Performance, Pro Tech, Truth, Smith, Dunlop, Factory Backing, Dr. D, and PanicRev.