Saddleback East Race Schedule 2019
|Kentuckiana MX Championship Series||Sept 14/15||Kentuckiana MX (Facebook)|
|Dixie Cup Trials||Sept 28/29||Trials Inc.|
|Military Appreciation||Oct 19/20||Military Appreciation (Facebook)|
Racing Events – 2019
September 14-15, 2019 24-25 & Oct 19-20
Saddleback Hosting Kentuckiana MX Series September 14 & 15, 2019
AHRMA Great Lakes Regional Vintage MX Championship Series, Rd. 1
WHEN: April 28th
Gates open: Friday, April 27th, 4:00pm
WHAT: Vintage Motocross, Post Vintage Motocross, Cross Country and Modern Support classes all on Saturday
7am to 8:30 Sign-up / Tech Inspection
8:45 riders’ meeting
10:00am; racing begins.
Gate Fee: $10 admission per person.
Gate open: Friday 4pm
Race Fee: $30/class
Camping: Yes. Free, no hookups available.
Bring water for drinking or buy bottled water
Team Race held at Saddleback East
Akaydin and Hardesty land on top at Saddleback
The Saddleback East motorcycle club and Stoney Lonesome MC joined forces for a
team race at the Saddleback property in Bedford Kentucky. It was a great
opportunity for the two clubs to come together and put on a fun day of team
racing and raise money for our first responders. The weather was absolutely
perfect with a slight breeze that kept the dust in the field sections very
bearable for the racers as well as the spectators.
The Saddleback crew laid out a 5 mile course that proved to be very doable and
a lot of fun for all that competed. The trail included quite a bit of single
track trails, open GP course track as well as sections of the large motocross
For this event, we decided to add a twist and have the traditional dead engine
start along with a GP style approach. The starting rider was required to stand
at the row behind their bike and run to their bike and start it upon the green
Cody Hardesty found himself leading the entire pack at the end of the first lap,
but knew there were several riders right on his rear wheel as they headed into
the rider changing area. During the second lap, Chris Akaydin found himself
temporarily lost allowing the team of Keyes and Robinson to take the overall
lead. We saw some intense racing throughout the day at the front, which
ultimately looked as if it came down to the efficiency in the pit/changing area.
While the front runners were flying around the course in a heated battle, we
were seeing several intense class races happening. In the Senior 40+ class, we
saw the team of Carrier/Cook in a wheel to wheel race with Clark/Ryan. This
class race would come down to the last lap with only :05 seconds separating
first and second and landing them in the 3rd and 4th spots overall. In addition,
we saw the Father/Son/Daughter team of Fry/Fry drop the hammer and take the 3rd
spot on the podium from the Hutchings team.
Back up front, Akaydin/Hardesty went into the white flag with a :23 second lead
over Robinson/Keyes. Robinson pushed as hard as he could, but Hardesty was able
to maintain the margin and win the first team race by a mere :25 seconds after 3
hours of intense racing.
Both clubs would like to thank all those that came out and joined the event and
helped us support the first responders in our areas.
Results can be found at Stoney Lonesome MC
~ Dave Dunnuck