All Balls Racing weekend round up!

We as well as many were excited for round one of Lucas oil pro motocross nationals to start!  Team Motoconcept’s Mike Alessi led the way in the 450 class with a 12-6 Moto finish for 8th overall. Jake Canada was representing in the 250 class with a 16-17 moto finish for 18th overall. Local Pennsylvania pro Lowell Spangler made the long trek to California to nab a 26-28 moto finish to end up 30th overall. With round 1 now in the books and the jitters out of their system, we expect great things moving forward with our solid All Balls riders! Great weekend guys!

Switching gears over to GNCC racing

 Jedediah Haines had a great weekend with a win on Saturday at round #1 of the East coast Harescramble series defending his #1 plate.  Jed then flew out to Limestone to get a 3rd place podium finish in the XC2 class.  Andrew Delong had a tuff weekend rounding out in 8th spot. In the XC1 Class All Balls sponsored Ampro Yamaha Paul Whibley grabbed the $250 All Balls holeshot money and tried to check out. Paul Finished the day in 4th followed by Jordan Ashburn with a 7th.  In the A lites class Craig Delong finished 2nd on the day

On the ATV side:

In the XC1 class we had Ampro Yamaha’s Yamaha Walker Fowler grab the win followed by Adam Mcgill with a 4th and Kevin Yoho with a 10th. Journeyman Kevin Trantham secured another win in the 4x4 lights class and Jordan Phillips  3rd in the U2 class.


Some great rides by our All Balls riders! Keep up the hard work. 


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