Powerline Park GNCC Photo Gallery

If the leaves are changing, and Kailub Russell wraps up another XC1 title, you know it's getting close to the end of the GNCC season...

Powerline Park GNCC Photo Gallery

If the leaves are changing, and Kailub Russell wraps up another XC1 title, you know it's getting close to the end of the GNCC season...

Tayla Jones had a solid race going until connecting with a tree. Jones is looking strong in the FMF XC3 class after she wrapped up the WXC championship.

Jordan Ashburn and Johnny Girroir get a visit from Stewart Baylor as another spectacular crash played out.

Cole Mattison getting cheers as he clears the jump, on a course many pro riders described as one of the slickest races they have ever attended.

For such a small jump it offered a ton of challenge!

Russell Bobbitt was running up front in XC1 in very brutal conditions.

Landing short looked rough, but was much safer than landing further out into the deep rut-filled landing.

Josh Strang was looking for a solid finish here in Ohio after a frustrating season.

One bad bounce and the rodeo was on.

A rider gets his head back in the game after taking a hard hit, now all he had to do was find his bike!

Fans flock to the area to catch a glimpse of the pros and to help when a rider goes down.

Grant Baylor clears the infamous muddle jump while leading the first lap.

Russell's win did not come easy, as he spent his share of time in the mud and bouncing off trees.

The legend himself, Barry Hawk, was aboard one of his team's Coastal Racing 125s and went to work taking second in the class.

Kailub Russell making it look easy as he rode to another XC1 pro win.

Ricky Russell was running in a podium position until the last lap or two. At race speed, it was hard to keep track of riders as they zipped through the trees.

FMF XC3's Jack Edmondson slipping and sliding to the class win.

With a solid pace and effort, Josh Strang heads in for the white flag signaling one more lap in that mess.

That'll buff out.

Make that five XC1 Pro championships for Kailub Russell, as he took the checkered flag here at the Powerline GNCC.

It is not often you have your boss finish in second, but that's just what Barry Hawk did by taking the podium with FMF XC3 winner Jack Edmondson.


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