Spring Creek MX National | Photo Report

July 27, 2017

It’s hard to believe we are 4 short rounds away from the season wrap up of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships. We hit round 8 at Millville, MN famed Spring Creek MX track and history was made for young local pro, Henry Miller. Things just keep moving forward for the likeable guy from Rochester, MN. Let’s take a look at race day at Spring Creek through the lens of BrownDog and Krystyn.

No pressure Henry, it’s just your home crowd here cheering you on. | BrownDog Wilson photo

We’re back for round eight here at Millville. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Joe Perron stirring up that Spring Creek mud. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Brandon Scharer keeps soldiering on with yet another solid weekend. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Henry Miller with his snazzy new bike graphics. | BrownDog Wilson photo

You must whip it. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Henry Miller got to crack out some 2018 gear at Spring Creek too. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Chaz Braden launching it to the final motos. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Henry Miller has definitely found his groove on the 450. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Brandon Scharer | BrownDog Wilson photo

Heath Harrison working hard to get himself back to where he knows he should be. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Kody Kamm rocking some of the 2018 line. | BrownDog Wilson photo

The man of the hour, Henry Miller pulling the holeshot on his home track. The crowd must have gone wild! | BrownDog Wilson photo

Everything was cool until Henry got sideways and ended up going down hard. He quickly got himself back up and scrambled through the pack up to 14th spot. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Slide to the right. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Heading to the line with Brandon. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Joe Perron with his lit kit. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Send it with Jerry Robin. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Somebody with their own Eli Tomac autographed FXR jersey. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Brent Rouse sizes up the track. | Krystyn Slack photo

The struggle is real. Henry Miller can be quoted for saying that this is the roughest track he’s seen at Millville. | Krystyn Slack photo

Kody Kamm on the gas at Spring Creek. | Krystyn Slack photo

Joe Perron keeping it pinned. | Krystyn Slack photo

I think I see what Henry was talking about. These ruts just kept getting gnarlier. | Krystyn Slack photo

Heath Harrison navigates through the first moto. | Krystyn Slack photo

Jerry Lorenz keeps it steady through the chopped up ruts. | Krystyn Slack photo

Henry Miller digging in. | Krystyn Slack photo

Nick Schnagl lined up in staging. | Krystyn Slack photo

When there is no line and just a bog. Brent Rouse muscles though some pretty heavy muck. | Krystyn Slack photo

Bodie Wood pushes through the mud. | Krystyn Slack photo

Just give’er and hope for the best! Nate Kohnke makes his own line through the soup. | Krystyn Slack photo

Brent Rouse focused on keeping things on two wheels. | Krystyn Slack photo

Knee deep with Schnagl. | Krystyn Slack photo

Sometimes you just have to be creative to make it through. | Krystyn Slack photo

Bodie Wood takes it as far outside as he can. | Krystyn Slack photo

Some spots kind of sneak up on your and swallow you up. | Krystyn Slack photo

Cody Slark pushes his smoker to higher ground. | Krystyn Slack photo

And it sucks to be the guy stuck behind someone else in this section. | Krystyn Slack photo

Jerry Robin has a less than stellar day with bike issues. He went 38-39 for 40th overall. | Krystyn Slack photo

Heath Harrison off the start for timed practice. | Krystyn Slack photo

Kody Kamm getting a roost sandwich served up. | Krystyn Slack photo

Brandon Scharer takes 30th in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Jerry Lorenz would take 35th in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Joe Perron takes 31st in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Henry Miller takes an impressive 9th in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Jerry Robin lines up at the gate in his new 2018 kit. | Krystyn Slack photo

Chaz Braden watches timed practice in the shade. | Krystyn Slack photo

Off the start with #321 Brad Lionnet. | Krystyn Slack photo

Lionnet would take 33rd in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Chaz Braden would take 39th in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Kody Kamm would go 26th in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Rounding the first corner with Brandon Scharer #154 and Heath Harrison #68

Henry Miller charging hard. | Krystyn Slack photo

Heath Harrison | Krystyn Slack photo

Jerry Lorenz cuts to the inside to avoid the carnage. | Krystyn Slack photo

Henry Miller slices through the ruts. | Krystyn Slack photo

Kody Kamm taking 26th in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Joe Perron launches it. | Krystyn Slack photo

Navigating the ruts with Brandon Scharer. | Krystyn Slack photo

Just gnarly. | Krystyn Slack photo

Brad Lionnet wheelies through. | Krystyn Slack photo

Brad takes 22nd in moto 2 to give him 28th overall. | Krystyn Slack photo

Just lean into it. | Krystyn Slack photo

Jerry Robin sizes up the competition at the line. | Krystyn Slack photo

Gate pick time with Brad Lionnet. | Krystyn Slack photo

Heath Harrison would go 18-29 for 22nd overall. | Krystyn Slack photo

Miller digs in hard to push his way through the pack after his get off at the start of moto 2. | Krystyn Slack photo

A hard battle fought to regain some positions. Henry Miller would take 14th in moto 2 to give him 12th overall. | Krystyn Slack photo

Harrison rides through some kind of canyon. | Krystyn Slack photo

Check out that whooped out track! | Krystyn Slack photo

You needed some serious endurocross skills for parts of the track at Millville. | Krystyn Slack photo

Scharer would take 15th in moto 2 to give him a solid 18th overall. | Krystyn Slack photo

Just hold on and don’t forget to breathe. | Krystyn Slack photo

Can’t wait to see what Washougal has in store! See you next weekend. | Krystyn Slack photo