Coming into the Muddy Creek ATVMX National fresh off his first overall win of the season, Maxxis/Elka/Liquid Wrench/Honda’s Joel Hetrick carried the momentum with him to earn his second win of the season in Blountville, Tennessee today, Saturday, June 3.
Maxxis/Elka/Liquid Wrench/Honda’s Joel Hetrick travels to the Muddy Creek ATVMX National this weekend, June 3 and 4, fresh off his first overall win of the 2017 season. Hetrick and the rest of the AMA Pro field is set to put on another great show at the fifth round of the Wiseco ATV Motocross National Championship (ATVMX) presented by CST Tires, an AMA National Championship.
Check out “episode 4” from Ironman Raceway for the fourth stop of the ATVMX National Championship. The video highlights the Media Allstars team as well as some of the top amateur racers.
This past weekend the AMA ATV MX Pro National Championship took to legendary Ironman Raceway in Crawfordsville, Indiana for the fourth round of racing. Wienen Motorsports’ Chad Wienen finished 1-2 for the day and finished second overall.
The ATVMX Racing Nation has been honored with its first ever nominee for induction into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame.
The 2017 Wiseco ATV Motocross National Championship (ATVMX) presented by CST Tires, an AMA National Championship, continued today, May 13, at the iconic Ironman Raceway in Crawfordsville, Indiana. After nearly a month since the last race, the weather provided top-notch racing conditions where Maxxis/Elka/Liquid Wrench/Honda’s Joel Hetrick was able to land his first overall win of the season against a stacked field of riders.
The 2017 Wiseco ATV Motocross National Championship (ATVMX) presented by CST Tires, an AMA National Championship, continues this weekend with the third annual Ironman ATVMX National in Crawfordsville, Indiana. With one of the most competitive AMA pro classes in history, this weekend will be nothing short of exciting with Wienen Motorsports/SSi Decals/Walsh Racecraft/Yamaha/Maxxis/7240’s Chad Wienen and Maxxis/Elka/Liquid Wrench/Honda’s Joel Hetrick going head-to-head for the overall win at Ironman Raceway.
In the times, guys needed to come up with a different kind of strong vehicle for heavy duty functions. They wanted a machine that has been powerful enough to pull tractors as well as other heavy farm equipment that had gotten stuck in deep mud or snow. Lumberjacks who need to travel to the depth of the woods did better when they did not have to make their trek on foot. Therefore, the All-Terrain Vehicle or ATV was conceptualized.
The ATV did just about everything they were designed for, including beat the trails other vehicles found impossible to pass. It was only afterwards that the ATV caught guy’s fantasy as a type of sport and diversion. The recent decades saw the growth of ATV racing as a formidable sport which thrilled not only the participants but the viewers too.
ATV racing is popular but nonetheless it can also be a dangerous task. Parents seldom let their children to take part in this sport due to the risks. The race is every bit a mix of the exhilaration of speed and rough, unpredictable terrains. The challenges change diversely from stone to fallen trees to nearly whatever nature has to supply as a sort of challenge.
Recreational offroad driving excursions in a ATV are dangerous enough even at low gears since it entails travelling along routes which could be too thick or too narrow to pass through.
Impenetrable regions have unforeseen risks and this could drive you to back track and search for alternate courses. The delights of ATV racing on the other hand are distinct as the motorists push the limits of the machine. They’d frequently speed into dangerous terrain without even being aware of what to anticipate. The need to win the race is more extreme as opposed to concern with hidden risks like deep pits or enormous stones that could damage the ATV.
You could have seen several of those ATV races on television and found them extremely exhilarating. Together with all the delight as well as the speed, anyone who’s viewing it may be prepared to find out some vehicles crashing any time. It’s possible for you to see in delight how machines are thrown off or go wheeling with the passengers inside.
After qualifying eleventh at the Southern ATV National at Monster Mountain MX Park in Tallassee, Alabama, Westley Wolfe headed to the start line in hopes of landing another top-ten finish at Round 3.
Monster Mountain was an appropriate name for the weekend. The competition was a real MONSTER. In a great way of course. The classes, that a few short years ago, were just pre-teens without a driver’s license, are now the driving force of power and pure entertainment to watch as they compete for the glorious position on the podium.