We're always down for a good time on two-wheels, and what better way than re-living the days when two-strokes ruled the roost at the annual MTA Two-Stroke World Championships at Glen Helen Raceway. Every year, the FH crew heads out to San Bernardino to attend the event for some good old fashion good times on premix burning machines. This year, Sean Collier elected to park "The Beast" in lieu of throwing a leg over a modern TM300. His day didn't go to plan, though, as a crash in the first moto left him sore and battered for the rest of the day. He still managed to put in an impressive top-10 ride, finishing 18-8 for 10th overall. In the 125 Pro Class, young racer Robbie Wageman dominated both motos, taking his tricked out YZ125 to wire-to-wire victories in both motos. Check out the quick re-cap video to see what the day was all about.

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