Team Dunlop amateur riders once again took to the beautiful and historic Mammoth Mountain Motocross with an eye towards joining a revered list of winners. Many of the sport’s greats have made their mark on the mountain, and this year saw Team Dunlop Elite riders add their names to the list.
Dunlop riders won eight of the nine mini titles up for grabs, with Team Dunlop Elite riders grabbing five of those championships. Jett Reynolds topped the list with two championships while Haiden Deegan, Max Vohland, and Stilez Robertson all earned one title each.
In the big-bike classes, Dunlop riders took home 18 of a possible 19 titles, with Team Dunlop Elite alumnus Garrett Marchbanks earning three of those championships. Dunlop rider Justin Cooper was the standout pro this year and dominated all three classes—450 Pro, Open Pro and 250 Pro. The Dunlop Geomax MX3S was the tire of choice at Mammoth this year.
“Mammoth was fantastic this year, with great weather and a lot of intense racing,” said Dunlop Amateur Motocross Manager Rob Fox. “Our congratulations to all the champions, and we look forward to a great summer of racing.”
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