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This Weekend In Moto

Aug 22 2005 / Monday

Twitch took third place in Freestyle at the Dew Tour this weekend on the IFMA style, tight indoor course. No 100’ dirt jumps this time, just the old 75’ ramp, turn, 75’ ramp, turn, 75’ ramp…etc. But Twitch killed it as usual with some no-handed to no-footed flips and nac heel-clicker flips. Twitch is sitting in second place overall for the Dew Tour championship.

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Todd Potter also made it out to Portland to try his hand at the contest, but during practice he ate shit pretty bad, knocking himself silly and spitting up blood. Potter lied to the medical staff and told them he felt fine to ride even though he couldn’t even see straight. He rode the prelims but didn’t quite make the finals. He did pretty well considering he doesn’t even remember riding the prelims!

The MX Nationals hit up a pretty wet Broome-Tioga track in NY this weekend where Josh Grant put in another solid ride in the 125 class, racking up a 6-5 moto score for sixth overall on the day. Josh is now fourth in the points race just 15 points back from Short in third and 21 points back from Alessi in second.

Kelly Smith earned is best overall finish so far this season in seventh and Brownie went 8-8 for eighth overall on the day. With Chad Reed out for preventative maintenance on his body for the ’06 supercross season, Travis Preston was the front runner for etnies in the 250 class taking the seventh overall spot. Preston has been on it all season with solid results and a couple fourth place finishes which put him fifth in the season points standings. Two rounds left and it’s anyone’s game in the 125 class and who knows, maybe we’ll see 250 podium from Preston, he’s due. Next Week: Steele City

Josh Grant, Kelly Smith, and Mike Brown battle for possition and end up finishing in this order overall.

125cc Overall

Mike Alessi 1-1
Broc Hepler 3-1
Andrew Short 4-4
Grant Langston 2-7
Ivan Tedesco 7-3
Josh Grant 6-5 etnies
Kelly Smith 8-8 etnies
Mike Brown 11-6 etnies
Jason Lawrence 5-13
Davi Millsaps 10-11

250cc Overall

Ricky Carmichael 1-1
Kevin Windham 2-2
Ernesto Fonseca 8-3
Michael Byrne 4-6
David Vuillemin 9-4
Robbie Reynard 6-7
Travis Preston 5-8 etnies
Nick Wey 8-9
Ryan Hughes 15-3
John Dowd 11-10


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