Moose Racing’s Josh Frederick came away with his second win of the season in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., winning by over a minute. With his win, Frederick now has sole possession of the points lead after three rounds.
In Indianapolis, Ind., Moose Racing’s Tyler Bowers captured his best finish since he started racing in the AMA Supercross Series in St. Louis. Since his first Supercross Lites race three races ago, Bowers continued to show improvement, finishing a season-best eighth place on Saturday night.
Back after a very short break following Round 1, the GNCC series headed to Washington, Ga. for the second round, which was back to the normal schedule with ATVs racing Saturday and bikes racing Sunday. Moose Racing’s ATV riders impressed once again, with Patrick McGuire finishing second and Eric Hoyland narrowly missing the podium in fourth in the XC2 class. In the Women’s class, Angel Atwell grabbed a podium spot in third. During Sunday’s bike race, Jesse Robinson finished fourth and Cole Kirkpatrick eighth in the XC2 class.
Robinson kept himself toward the front pack in Georgia (Photo: Shan Moore)
Across the pond, Moose Racing was also being represented at the Great Britain Cross Country Series (GBXC) in West Wales. Reigning champion Tom Sagar proved he was out to earn back-to-back championships with an exciting win at the opening round.