Nicole Bradford Also Earns Her Second NHHA Women’s Championship
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October 27, 2016: The final round of the 2016 AMA KENDA/SRT National Hare & Hound series was the perfect end to an intense season of racing. Hosted by 100’s Motorcycle Club of District 37- two days of racing catered to all skill levels, from Youth to Pro.
(Ricky Brabec charges in the lead)
Shortly after leaving the pit, a change came to the front of the pack when Argubright dropped the hammer to make the pass on Ramirez and close the gap on Brabec. Meanwhile, Sutherlin was making every effort to catch the front runners, moving into 4th overall as he came into pit two. Wasson kept his pace, now in 5th overall, staying focused on keeping ahead of Burson. As the difficulty of the course gradually increased near the end of the loop Justin Morgan, Axel Pearson, Max Eddy and Ryan Smith rounded out the top 10 overall.
(Nicole Bradford earns her second NHHA Women’s title)
(Leading Ladies! Women A, B & C Champions)
(Quite the sight to see, Quinn Cody takes on 90-miles of National-caliber desert racing aboard a KTM Adventure 1190 R.)
(Ricky Brabec and crew celebrate the 2016 AMA NHHA Championship!)
On Saturday, Youth racers were treated to an excellent course, ranging from 2 to 8-miles in length based on skill level. In addition to the Pro’s dropping the banner for all youth classes, Jacob Argubright acted as “Hare” for the “Hounds” to catch- just like big bike race! The hound that could catch the hare would receive a signed pair of goggles from the hare himself.
(Caiden Fenstermaker of District 37 and So Cal Motorcycle Club)
(Taylor Olivas races away unknowingly as her sister crashes behind)
(Big Wheel podium)
(Connor Eddy takes the Jr. Mini National Championship)
Watch the 2016 series finale video by Jacob Michna by clicking the image below!