Moto X Nutrition’s March Newsletter

Team MXN rider Mick Roycroft checks in this month:

With his 2nd year on board of the DS 450, Mick Roycroft will be a force to be reckoned with for the 2009 season. During his debut season in 2008 Mick won numerous championships and podium title finishes aboard his DS 450x.
This year like last Mick Roycroft will be running with his personally owned factory backed privateer team. Team MotoX Nutrition Can-am will be attending all major East Coast ATV MX and Off-road series races in Australia.
Mick has employed the help of one of Australia’s best Veteran riders, Rob Booth to contest both the Veteran class and the Expert Classes aboard his factory prepped DS 450 X. Team MXN wishes Mick a successful year.

Rider News:

GNCC Pro & MXN rider Taylor Kiser won round 1 of the GNCC series and placed 2nd at round 2. With a 4th place finish at Steel creek, he's has taken over 1st place for overall points with a tight 3 point lead over Factory Suzuki rider Chris Borich.

GNCC Pro & MXN rider Bryan Cook captured the win at Round #3 in Steele Creek after battling from back and forth with Factory KTM rider Adam McGill. Congrats to Bryan, his consistent hard work is really paying off.

WORCS Pro- Josh Frederick did really well at WORCS Rnd #2 in Adelanto, Ca, taking his second consecutive win. The reigning champ always puts on an amazing performance and pushes 100% effort every minute he’s is on the track.

ATVA MX star Josh Creamer took a 1st moto win and 2nd overall at Round #1 of the ATVA MX Nationals at Glen Helen this month.

WORCS Pro ATV Motoworks team consisting of Josh Frederick and Jeremie Warnia finished 1/2 at Lake Havasu, while Doug Eichner rounded out the top 5 for the MXN west coast supported team. TEAM MXN had a total of 5 riders in the top 10 including John Shafe-7th, Jorie Williams-9th, and Justin Waters getting his first Pro top 10 finish.

More news- Moto X Nutrition riders Jorie Williams, Brandon Brown and Nick Nelson (quad magazine) raced the BAJA 250 where they represented MXN below the border. Look out for this team to keep improving, and with a bit of bike luck, they will be brining home a victory in the future.