Triple Crown MX: Round 4 McNabb Valley, MB | Photo Report
June 21, 2018
Photos by James Lissimore
That’s a wrap for the west series of the Rockstar Triple Crown MX Tour. We finished off the west round at McNabb Valley MX track in Minnedosa, Manitoba and word from the weekend was that the riders really liked this track. This also finishes out the Ladies nationals for the west and FXR return champion of the east, Kennedy Lutz came out and put on a clinic. Lutz walks away with the west championship and will also hang up her helmet from professional racing. All the best to your next chapter Kennedy. We take a look at some of the race action from round four through the lens of Lissimore. The nationals will swing to the east on July 7th back to one of the tracks that has been left out of the national circuit for a couple of years, Sand Del Lee. You know the MX101 boys will have the facility all primed and ready for the gate drop come July 7th. The FXR crew has something extra special planned for the Friday night. We will have the official launch of our 2019 gear line at SDL so hope to see you there!
Flawless comes to mind when you watch Kennedy Lutz race.
Lutz grabs the 2018 Ladies West championship.
We bid farewell to Kennedy Lutz as she rounds out her pro MX career to finish her schooling. Congratulations Kennedy on a spectacular MX career!
MX2 out of the gate and Wyatt Waddell grabs the first holeshot of his pro career.
Calgary native #91 Adam Pfeiffer would take 28-25 for 26th overall.
A great weekend for Anthony Spadaccini cracking the top 10. He went 11-10 for an impressive 8th overall.
If you want to know about MX history, especially in Manitoba, this is the guy to talk to. FXR’s Aaron Wiebe is the walking history book of MX.
FXR Brand Manager, Andy White rolled up the sleeves this weekend and was Mike Brown’s man-friend for the day at McNabb Valley.
Local boy Brady Breemersch #145 would take 24-23 for 24th overall.
Rounding out his western tour, Brock Hoyer shows everybody he’s still got mad skills on two wheels.
Hoyer would take 16-12 for 13th overall.
This guy has style for miles.
Brock took time out of his schedule to come to FXR Ride Day and the following day to train young up and comers at the FXR MX school. He had an eager bunch of riders who left with a lot more skills.
Cade Clason keeps on creeping his way up the points.
Watch for Clason to improve even more as things swing east.
Clason took 8-7 for a solid 8th overall.
Davey Fraser hoping to improve his stats when we head east.
Fraser took 18-19 for 20th overall.
Ontario native #411 Duncan MacLeod made his way west to compete at McNabb Valley. MacLeod would take 16-21 for a 20th overall.
Morden, MB rider Devon Wiebe would go 27-22 for a 27th overall.
After running in sixth place in moto one, Hayden Halstead had some bad luck with his bike forcing him to a DNF.
Coming back strong in moto two. Halstead puts on a charge.
Halstead would finish 7th in moto two to give him 17th overall.
Jonah Brittons had a solid run at McNabb Valley taking 14-13 for 13th overall.
Sky Holeshot Racing’s Jared Petruska.
Petruska would take an impressive 7-8 for 6th overall at McNabb Valley.
Jared Petruska looks strong heading into the eastern part of the series.
Pettis looking forward to the east.
Jess will be the guy to beat in MX2 with only a narrow points difference between himself and Maffenbeier.
Pettis came back for some redemption after Prince George and he got it.
Pettis would take 1-2 to give him the overall at McNabb Valley.
That sweet feeling of victory.
Pettis with his team manager Kevin Tyler before he heads up on the podium.
Another overall for the history book for Jess.
Pettis gets some TV time with Gauld.
Always a pleasure to have Mike Brown in the house. These chilly Manitoba mornings have these Tennessee guys cracking out their Revo Offroad vests. Let me know if you need to borrow my hoodie again Mike.
I think Mike enjoys coming up to Canada to race as much as we enjoy hosting him.
You may need your putty knife for this Manitoba mud.
Mike Brown just waiting on his mechanic.
Brown would take 10-8 for 9th overall at McNabb Valley.
This guy just keeps pouring it on every week.
Cannella putting in some fast laps during practice.
Marco holding pre-moto court.
Cannella would take an impressive 4-4 for 4th overall.
FXR boss man, Milt Reimer talks with the riders at McNabb Valley.
Another guy who has done really well for the western leg of the series is Ryan Lalonde.
Lalonde would take 15-13 for a 14th overall this weekend.
Lalonde on the hunt.
Another guy who has really cranked things up this summer is Alberta young gun, Teren Gerber.
Gerber would take a solid 9-11 to give him 7th overall. Keep your eye on this guy.
Hard charging Wyatt Waddell with dad cheering him on in the background.
Grabbing that holeshot gave Waddell a new found confidence.
Wyatt Waddell would take 12-18 for 15th overall.
Waddell up on the podium to receive his holeshot cheque.
Your McNabb Valley MX2 podium with Jess Pettis taking the overall. We will see you guys at Sand Del Lee in 2 short weeks!