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Down For Fun | Two-Stroke Championships

We're always down for a good time on two-wheels, and what better way than re-living the days when two-strokes ruled the roost at the annual MTA Two-Stroke World Championships at Glen Helen Raceway. Every year, the FH crew heads out to San Bernardino to attend the event for some good old fashion good times on pre-mix burning machines. This year, Sean Collier elected to park "The Beast" in leu of throwing a leg over a modern TM300. His day didn't go to plan, though, as a crash in the first moto left him sore and battered for the rest of the day. He still managed to put in an impressive top-10 ride, finishing 18-8 for 10th overall. In the 125 Pro Class, young racer Robbie Wageman dominated both motos, taking his tricked out YZ125 to wire-to-wire victories in both motos. Check out the quick re-cap video to see what the day was all about.


Open Pro:

1. Ryan Surratt (Hon)

2. Michael Sleeter (KTM)

3. Jon Ames (Yam)

125 Pro:

1. Robbie Wageman (Yam)

2. Carson Carr (Yam)

3. Robbie Schott (TM)

Photos and Video by Brendan Lutes