X Games Enduro X racing returned for its second of four rounds, this time making a stop in Barcelona, Spain. Following his second-place ride in Brazil, Moose Racing’s Cody Webb worked his way steadily through the pack during the 10-lap main event to score a bronze medal. Moose Racing rider Kacy Martinez also made the trek to Spain to compete in Women’s Enduro X. After getting out to a great start, Martinez settled in and finished in fifth.
Cody Webb (featured at EnduroCross)
At the last National Hare and Hound race before a two-month break, Moose Racing’s Nick Burson raced back to the podium in Jericho, Utah. His consistent podium streak over the past few races has pulled him within five points of second place in the championship standings.
Saturday marked the season opener of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series at the Hangtown National just outside Sacramento, Calif. Moose Racing’s Phil Nicoletti definitely carried the momentum from the supercross season and scored an impressive 11th-place finish in the 450MX class with an 11-11 moto result. Coming off an injury suffered in supercross, Gareth Swanepoel continued to work hard to get back to 100 percent as he made the jump up to the 450MX class, finishing 23rd overall at Hangtown.
The GNCC convened on Springville, Ind. for its sixth round of the season. On Saturday, the ATV riders got the chance at the course, with XC2 rider Patrick McGuire riding to a podium finish in third. In the XC1 class, ATV rider Braden Henthorn tied his season-best with a solid sixth-place ride. Kevin Yoho finished 10th, and Eric Hoyland was credited 12th after retiring early.
On Sunday, the bikes took over for their three-hour run of the course. In the XC1 class, Josh Strang was hoping to keep his Kawasaki up front, but had issues early on and finished just outside the top 10 in 11th. The XC2 class saw Shane Hufford, Jr. tie his best finish of the season in fourth, while Travis Coy was 13th.
Before making the journey to Springville, Ind. to help his friend Josh Strang at the GNCC, Moose Racing’s Jimmy Jarrett lined up for the Hare Scrambles race in Valley View, Pa., scoring another podium finish in second place. After five rounds, Jarrett is right in the thick of the chase for the championship with two rounds remaining.