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Big Bike Top 20 O/A

1AUSTIN SERPA
2DAN CAPPARELLI
3KYLE TOWNSEND
4NATHAN WRIGHT
5JOSH WILSON
6ADAM THISSEN
7COREY FLETCHER
8JACOB KINKEL
9STEVE GARNETT
10TITANMCKIBBEN
11WYATTBRITTNER
12AUSTIN WILSON
13ED SELLERS JR
14CHRISMAAS
15REECEHONEA
16ALAN CAMERON
17BRODYHONEA
18STEPHENTICHENOR
19MATTHEWMCKIMMY
20SEAN JONES

Big Bike Class Winners
 
200 Class Overall
   1st – Chris Maas
   2nd – Austin Wilson
   3rd – Kurtis Gray 
200 Class - Novice
   1st – Kyle Banta
250 Class Overall
   1st – Austin Serpa
   2nd – Devin Walker
   3rd – Nathan Wright
250 Class - Novice
   1st – Tyler Bogan 
4 Stroke Class Overall
   1st – Dan Capparelli
   2nd – Jacob Kinkel
   3rd – Ed Sellers Jr
4 Stroke Class Amateur
   1st – Thomas Duncan
4 Stroke Class Novice
   1st – Dylan McFarlane
Open Class Overall
   1st – Wyatt Brittner
   2nd – Matt McKimmy
   3rd – Kyle Townsend
Open Class Amateur
   1st – Daniel Lawson
Open Class Novice
   1st – Clint Von Linsowe
Over 30 Class Overall
   1st – Adam Thissen
   2nd – Josh Wilson
   3rd – Jesse Richardson
Over 30 Class Novice
   1st – Ryan Pedersen
Over 40 Class Overall
   1st – Titan McKibben 
   2nd – Alan Cameron
   3rd – Chuck Faul
Over 40 Class Novice
   1st – Tim Lambert
Over 50 Class Overall
   1st – Jeff Shepard
   2nd – Chris Sunderland
   3rd – Thomas Beard
Over 60 Class Overall
   1st – Pete Prichard
   2nd – Michelle Danson
Women Class Overall
   1st – Beth Legenbauer
 
Special Awards!!!
   Sportsman of the Year!
   Family of the Year!
   Big Bike & Mini Bike Most Improved Riders of the Year!
   Hard Luck Rider of the Year!
   Race of the Year!
 
 

PeeWee / Mini / Saturday Women Winners!
 
6 and under Overall
   1st – Wyatt Rankin
   2nd – Peyton Maas
   3rd – Jesse Miller
7 & Up Overall
   1st – Jordan Maas
   2nd – Seth Rigsby 
   3rd – Landen Williams
4-Stroke PeeWee Overall
   1st – Genevieve Miller
   2nd – Tyler Davenport
   3rd – Kyra Tichenor
65cc Overall
   1st – Lawson Williams
   2nd – Carson Calder
   3rd – Anthony Braun
65cc Novice
   1st – Dalton Legenbauer
   2nd – Austin Hough
   3rd – Lukas Dean
100cc Overall
   1st – Alek Simone
   2nd – Henry Anderson
   3rd – Sean Dingley
100cc Expert
   2nd – Kody Gray
   3rd – Ezra Belinghri
100cc Amateur
   3rd – Gary Hamrey
100cc Novice
   1st – Carlry Legenbauer
   2nd – Arie Furlong
   3rd – Zachary Geddy
Saturday Women Overall
   1st – Chrystal Ponsock
   2nd – Brittany Hutchings
   3rd – Amanda Ross
Saturday Women Amateur
   3rd – Angie Figg
Saturday Women Novice
   1st – Christina Courtney
   2nd – Kelly Miller
   3rd – Kayla Faul
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cmaas
Don't miss this opportunity to receive your award, thank your support crew, enjoy some great food and bench race the season over and over again with your buddies!

See you all there!

 
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Dusty
Do the over 30, 40, 50 classes have Amateur level winners, or just Overall and Novice?
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jludwick
Dusty wrote:
Do the over 30, 40, 50 classes have Amateur level winners, or just Overall and Novice?


Looks like the class overall outweighs the division breakdown. 200 and 250 classes ended up this way also. The would be Amateur division winners placed in the top 3 overall. 
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cmaas
That is correct.  If the 1st place Amateur or Novice racer in the big bike division is in the Top 3 Overall that is the trophy they will receive.  Maybe it's time to bump some sand baggers![smile]![smile]
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Jakobee_r51
So in the 4-Stroke amateur class is there only a 1st trophy or are they doing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd?
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Devin217
So For 250 class last year I got a 1st place trophy with 3rd overall on the bottom.. but this year since I'm in the top 3 I'll be getting a 2nd place trophy? Is it the same for the other classes
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cmaas
Yes, you will get a top 3 o/a and it is the same for all classes.
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jessefd343p
So is there going to be trophies for the 1-3 places in each class. Expert amateur and novice. Say if I got a second in the over 30 am. Would there be a trophy for that. It's a lil confusing
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jludwick
In your example the class is over 30 and the division is amateur. Trophies go to 1-3 overall for the class, then the winner of Amateur and Novice divisions. No trophies for 2nd or 3rd in division, unless you're an expert as you'd be expected to be in the overall. If an amateur or novice is in the top 3 overall, they get a trophy for that but no division winner trophy. 

In previous years trophies were given out for 1-3 in each class/division. From what I know, the board thought it was a little excessive. Not only in cost, but time for the ceremony. 


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jessefd343p
Well that's dumb. If I was running in second am in over 30 and knowing that I wouldn't get a second place trophy I might not race that last race. But that's life. I have more important things to worry about. Thanks for the great season guys. See u all at the banquet
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jludwick
jessefd343p wrote:
Well that's dumb. If I was running in second am in over 30 and knowing that I wouldn't get a second place trophy I might not race that last race. But that's life. I have more important things to worry about. Thanks for the great season guys. See u all at the banquet


Aren't you 1st in O-30 Am?  What are you complaining about? 

I thought they adjusted that rule so I wouldn't get a trophy. You know, the slow guy who shows up for every race and points into 3rd[wink]  

Well, it didn't happen this year, but you get the point. I have a bunch of trophies in my garage, and nobody gives a crap. You're right. There are more important things to worry about, like race of the year and such. Great courses, all of them. 

 
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jessefd343p
I don't care about myself. I'm just saying for the second or third place guy/girls in that am class or novice class that wked hard to get there. I figured they would get a trophy as well. I'm just trying to figure out how this all wks out. It's just a little silly how they are placing positions. That's all. Even if I didn't get 3rd oa ov 30 I will still be going to the banquet. Same as next year as well. I love the sport and my race family. That's why I go to the races just because of the family we have made. See u all at the banquet. 343p
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