Gopher Dunes Photo Gallery

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Gopher Dunes Photo Gallery

After a four-week break the series picked up again at Gopher Dunes. The roughest track on the circuit didn't disappoint, with some great racing in the MX1 class. Allison Kennedy was lucky enough to trade toddler for camera for Round 5 and here are some of her favourite pics.

After a four-week break the series picked up again at Gopher Dunes. The roughest track on the circuit didn't disappoint, with some great racing in the MX1 class. Allison Kennedy was lucky enough to trade toddler for camera for Round 5 and here are some of her favourite pics.
Jeremy Medaglia defected from his OTSFF Suzuki MX1 ride, to race a stock Suzuki in the MX2 class. He podiumed the second moto, and went 5-3 for 4th overall.
These guys had their race faces on too...
Kuli tries the old banana in the tailpipe trick...
Tyler Medaglia had a strong second moto, stronger than his fifth place finish would suggest. He now sits 6th in the standings.
Mitch Cooke picked up $400 after holeshotting both MX1 motos.
Dusty Klatt earned his first overall of the season and now trails Facciotti by 16 points.
After a dismal first moto, Paul Carpenter regrouped to win the second MX1 moto convincingly.
After a convincing first moto win, Facciotti picked himself off the ground and charged back to 6th place in the second moto. He still managed third overall.
Carpenter thanked his team for their patience after the first moto. He admits he's not much fun to be around when he's not winning...
Former Canadian champs and Blackfoot teammates Klatt and JSR huddle after the second MX1 moto.
A great crowd came out at Gopher.
Facciotti didn't have his strongest day, but he kept the points race tipped in his favour.
Jocelyn Killough is a local legend at the Dunes.
There were plenty of yellow plates in the MX2 class. Here, the first moto leaves the line.
Kyle Beaton lead the opening laps of the first MX2 moto before a mistake sent him back to 10th. Beets has the speed to be up there.
Eric Nye was solid at the Dunes, but didn't really challenge Maier.
Jocelyn Killough holeshot the second ladies moto. She went 2-6 for fourth overall at her home track.
Heidi Cooke once again dominated the ladies class. Could she be looking for a new challenge at Sand Del Lee?
Hometown favourite Kyle Keast had the beer garden in hysterics after passing Mitch Cooke for the lead in moto one.
We'll have to wait until Moncton to see what Kornel Nemeth could do with a start...He tied for the overall with 2-3 finishes after starting outside the top 20 in both motos.

Comments

Your stuff...

Alli, that little sampler is why I love you and miss you so much.
This lady IS motocross.
Sweet shots and a story without words.
Riverglade???

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