15015 WA-8, McCleary, WA 98557
GHORV Park Rules
GHORV Park Rules
A nicely groomed lip, ready to launch riders into the atmosphere.
Announcer, Tripp Rogers, calls the racing from the tower.
With temperatures predicted to hit the high 70’s, track crews layed down the water all day.
Cody Crea battles through the roost towards the front of the pack.
The ripped Airway X surface is something to behold.
Jevan Danger was on fire all day in the 50 class.
65 class rider, Alex Myren thinks about where he can find more speed around the track after he gets back to his pit.
Tight racing during the first lap.
The always stylish Mad Max Miller.
You’ve got to push harder when you’ve got your buddies track side cheering you on.
Riders float over a Territorial MX step up.
Duane Rigel was a force to be reccond with all day.
Stop off at the Brother’s Powersports tent and get yourself a fresh PacWest Motocross lid!
The #2 machine of Ryan Villopoto looking fresh.
A youngster rips around on his bicycle as track crews get the track well hydrated for a day of racing.
After a long day in the sun, Paul Kitchen kicks up his feet and relaxes with his pup.
Wirh a wheelie like that, I’m assuming he installed the purple powerband
Riders jump through the dust clouds that started to manifest in the later motos of the day.
85 class rippers soar through the air.
The #23 machines of Alex Myren.
Riders funnel into turn one.
Close racing between Levi Kitchen (right) and Max Miller in the early laps of their moto.
No visor? No problem.
Travis Howell showing some style as he floats over a step up.
The whole field of riders keeps it pinned down the start straight.
Lap one airtime.
Riley Garrison stays focused before his moto.
Mason Davis navigates a rutted corner.
A handful of riders opted to take the high road over what was considered a single to most of the field.
A line of 85 rippers drop down into a tight right hander.
Riders make their way around the track during the morning practice sessions.
50 class racerm Ryder Radasa leads some of his peers through a corner.
Mike Miller holeshots his moto.
Racers go 3 wide over a Eugene MX jump.
The 65 class launches off the line.
Chris Aldredge rips his way through an inside line.
Levi Kitchen looked fast all weekend.
Soil hydration was key all weekend.
A handful of 65 rippers wait for their turn to rip up the track during practice.
Jason Lutton (356) leads some of his fellow riders out of a tight corner.
Alex Cifuentes showing impressive speed in the 85 class.
Corners at Territorial MX got pretty rutted in certrain sections.
Starts are key.
Full extension is key on one footers.
Tanner Paulsen sends it to the moon.
The future is bright for these lads.
Madelyn Thorsen cleans her bike between motos.
Ryder Cordell pilots his KTM 50 around a fast sweeper.
Keep those knobbies clean!
Sean Ekerson floats his 450 over a step up.
A group of friends gather on the fence to watch some of the action.
A couple Brother’s Powersports bikes attack the track.
Track owner, Mike Miller scopes out the work done by track crews before the start of practice.
The Motosport crew was on hand to do some filming and handing out goodies.
A few good looking Kawi’s sit in the pits, ready for a day of moto.
Track crews rip up the red clay on the start straight.
Water water water.
Just look at that beauty.
Answer racing gear on sale at the Brother’s tent. Also gave away a set of gear for a lucky participant.
A couple new Yamahas on sale at the Brother’s Powersports tent.
A freshly ripped Eugene Motocross Park before practice.
Motosport.com banners line the muddy Woodland MX circuit.
Ryan Huffman navigates an inside line, closely followed by Ryley Garrison.
JMC motorsports was on hand to supply all of the riders’ race day needs.
Ryan stops for a photo during the riders meeting.
An all out drag race to the finish between these two riders.
The snow covered hills surrounding Woodland added a nice scenery during race day.
Ryley Garrison (left) keeps Tommy Weeck honest during an intense moto of cat and mouse.
The 85 class rockets off the line.
JJ Rothgeb helps a buddy by packing the mud outside of his gate.
Weeck and Garrison give each other props after a hard fought moto.
Jourdyn Raling gets a face full of roost.
Who doesn’t love free Motosport.com stickers?
Motosport was on hand as a series sponsor.
A lucky winner walks away from the riders meeting with a raffle prize during the first round of the PacWest series at Woodland MX park.
A young fan has her raffle prize autographed by Ryan Villopoto during the riders meeting at Woodland MX.
This little guy was missing gloves at the end of his practice session, and didn’t seem too thrilled about it.
Preston Boespflug tosses his goggles.
Mitchell Jamieson (89) leads the pack into turn one.
The snow that fell on Sunday didn’t stick, but rather turned into more and more mud.
Even with mud in his eyes, Blake Paulsen was all smiles.
A few 85 class rippers sit in staging.
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