Endurocross Final in Boise tonight

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11/3/2018 11:50 AM

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2018 AMA EnduroCross Series

Super EnduroCross

Total Points
1st - COLTON HAAKER
#10 - PERRIS, CA 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 126
2nd - CODY WEBB
#1 - ROYAL OAKS, CA 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 120 (-6)
3rd - KYLE REDMOND
#7 - LAKE HUGHES, CA 4th 8th 5th 7th 3rd 81 (-45)
4th - TY TREMAINE
#14 - GARDNERVILLE, NV 7th 4th 3rd 3rd 14th 80 (-46)
5th - GEOFF AARON
#4 - TEMECULA, CA 6th 7th 4th 8th 6th 75 (-51)
6th - TY CULLINS
#16 - RIVERSIDE, CA 5th 10th 8th 6th 4th 73 (-53)
7th - NOAH KEPPLE
#696 - EL CAJON, CA 10th 11th 6th 4th 5th 71 (-55)
8th - COOPER ABBOTT
#120 - PEORIA, AZ 9th 9th 10th 5th 7th 65 (-61)
9th - MASON OTTERSBERG
#35 - PHOENIX, AZ 13th 15th 13th 9th 10th 45 (-81)
10th - DUSTIN MCCARTHY
#492 - EL CAJON, CA 12th 12th 12th 10th 15th 44 (-82)
11th - TRYSTAN HART
#84 - INVERMERE, BC 3rd 2nd 42 (-84)
12th - BENJAMIN HERRERA
#8 - , 11th 6th 9th 37 (-89)
13th - CRISTOBAL GUERRERO
#96 - MALAGA, NA 5th 7th 30 (-96)
14th - MAX GERSTON
#15 - NEW RIVER, AZ 8th 8th 26 (-100)
15th - RYAN WELLS
#44 - PEORIA, AZ 18th 13th 14th 17th 22 (-104)
16th - KEVIN DUPUIS
#21 - CALGARY, AB 16th 19th 16th 12th 21 (-105)
17th - SPENSER WILTON
#17 - CALGARY, AB 14th 20th 18th 12th 20 (-106)
17th - CODY MILLER
#987 - TUCSON, AZ 16th 16th 11th 20 (-106)
19th - WALLACE PALMER
#27 - WATERFORD WORKS, NJ 15th 14th 15th 19 (-107)
20th - QUINN WENTZEL
#5 - CANFIELD, OH 17th 15th 13th 18 (-108)
21st - KEITH SWEETEN
#41 - MULINO, OR 9th 12 (-114)
22nd - MICHAEL ARANDA
#203 - SAN CARLOS, CA 19th 17th 20th 18th 10 (-116)
22nd - CORY GRAFFUNDER
#118 - SIMI VALLEY, CA 11th 10 (-116)
22nd - GIACOMO REDONDI
#18 - LAKE ELSINORE, CA 11th 10 (-116)
25th - AUSTIN SCHIERMEISTER
#101 - SAINT MARIES, ID 19th 14th 9 (-117)
26th - DANIEL MUNDELL
#11 - BARNSTAPLE, NA 13th 8 (-118)
27th - BRANDEN PETRIE
#99 - TOMAHAWK, AB 18th 19th 5 (-121)
27th - DUSTIN HEDWALL
#230 - LAKE GEORGE, CO 20th 17th 5 (-121)
27th - JAMES FLYNN
#55 - GILBERT, AZ 16th 5 (-121)
30th - AUSTIN KOUBA
#140 - BOISE, ID 17th 4 (-122)
31st - TRAVIS COY
#452 - PLEASANTON, CA 18th 3 (-123)
32nd - JOSH BRIDGE
#287 - VERNON, BC 20th 1 (-125


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11/3/2018 1:26 PM

Anywhere we can watch it?

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amateurs practice untill they get it right. pros practice untill they cant get it wrong.

11/3/2018 1:29 PM

jlchapman117 wrote:

Anywhere we can watch it?

Yep, buy a ticket. Sorry no streams this year, but I'm sure we'll have highlights in a few days from our friendly Vitard SDFog.

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11/3/2018 3:50 PM

https://www.facebook.com/craig.thompson.9085/videos/1951530104938733/

Live hot laps going right now. He usually does the head to heads and main event on Facebook live too

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11/3/2018 5:05 PM

TallonT911 wrote:

https://www.facebook.com/craig.thompson.9085/videos/1951530104938733/

Live hot laps going right now. He usually does the head ...more

Thanks for the link!

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11/3/2018 7:35 PM

This sucks so much ass not being able to watch right now. I'm sure Colton will probably win it tonight given the points lead he has, but you just never know with this kind of racing. Bracket races will be interesting I'm surewhistling

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11/3/2018 7:42 PM

Is there a link to the mains?

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11/3/2018 7:51 PM

I'm hoping for a new video link, it looks like heat 1 is over and all the Beta's were in it.
Husqvarna 1st - COLTON HAAKER
BETA 2nd - TY TREMAINE
BETA 3rd - TY CULLINS
BETA 4th - MASON OTTERSBERG
KTM 5th - COOPER ABBOTT
BETA 6th - MAX GERSTON

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11/3/2018 7:52 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/3/2018 7:53 PM

MikeID wrote:

Is there a link to the mains?

You are in Boise? Just get over there with your phone and facebook livew00t

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11/3/2018 8:09 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/3/2018 8:10 PM

MikeID wrote:

Is there a link to the mains?

Johnny Depp wrote:

You are in Boise? Just get over there with your phone and facebook livew00t

Head to heads are 8:10 and main at 8:55. If Craig goes live again I’ll post the link in here

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11/3/2018 8:12 PM

Heat 2
KTM 1st - CODY WEBB
GasGas 2nd - NOAH KEPPLE
Husqvarna 3rd - KYLE REDMOND
GasGas 4th - GEOFF AARON
KTM 5th - NICK THOMPSON
Husqvarna 6th - CORY GRAFFUNDER

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11/3/2018 8:38 PM

MikeID wrote:

Is there a link to the mains?

Johnny Depp wrote:

You are in Boise? Just get over there with your phone and facebook livew00t

Ha ha, yes...three trips back and forth across town today. Drop reproduction unit #1 off at a debate tournament at 7am in Meridian. Go to Nampa for a bball tournament at 3pm for reproduction unit #2. Just picked up #1 from debate and got home.

Took my dog for walk this morning, then did a loop out in the hills...it was only about 20 minutes, but so worth it. Braaaap!!! Hopefully a 2-3 hour ride tomorrow a.m.

My plan was to go watch Moto 10 last night and Enduro-X tonight, but that fell apart...

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11/3/2018 8:59 PM

TallonT911 wrote:

Head to heads are 8:10 and main at 8:55. If Craig goes live again I’ll post the link in here

That short straight on the end with the big log in the middle of it looks super tough!

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11/4/2018 5:39 AM

Colton Haaker brings home the Championship with a steady 2nd place ride, Cody Webb wins the final and comes up 4 points short. Without someone on their level to beat Haaker, Cody had to hope for a mistake by Haaker which did not happen.

Series results:
1st - COLTON HAAKER
#10 - PERRIS, CA 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 150
2nd - CODY WEBB
#1 - ROYAL OAKS, CA 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 146 (-4)
3rd - TY TREMAINE
#14 - GARDNERVILLE, NV 7th 4th 3rd 3rd 14th 3rd 100 (-50)
4th - KYLE REDMOND
#7 - LAKE HUGHES, CA 4th 8th 5th 7th 3rd 4th 99 (-51)
5th - GEOFF AARON
#4 - TEMECULA, CA 6th 7th 4th 8th 6th 6th 90 (-60)
6th - TY CULLINS
#16 - RIVERSIDE, CA 5th 10th 8th 6th 4th 5th 89 (-61)
7th - NOAH KEPPLE
#696 - EL CAJON, CA 10th 11th 6th 4th 5th 9th 83 (-67)
8th - COOPER ABBOTT
#120 - PEORIA, AZ 9th 9th 10th 5th 7th 10th 76 (-74)
9th - MASON OTTERSBERG
#35 - PHOENIX, AZ 13th 15th 13th 9th 10th 11th 55 (-95)
10th - DUSTIN MCCARTHY
#492 - EL CAJON, CA 12th 12th 12th 10th 15th 12th 53 (-97)
11th - TRYSTAN HART
#84 - INVERMERE, BC 3rd 2nd 42 (-108)
12th - MAX GERSTON
#15 - NEW RIVER, AZ 8th 8th 8th 39 (-111)
13th - BENJAMIN HERRERA
#8 - , 11th 6th 9th 37 (-113)
14th - CRISTOBAL GUERRERO
#96 - MALAGA, NA 5th 7th 30 (-120)
15th - RYAN WELLS
#44 - PEORIA, AZ 18th 13th 14th 17th 16th 27 (-123)
16th - CORY GRAFFUNDER
#118 - SIMI VALLEY, CA 11th 7th 24 (-126)
17th - WALLACE PALMER
#27 - WATERFORD WORKS, NJ 15th 14th 15th 17th 23 (-127)
18th - QUINN WENTZEL
#5 - CANFIELD, OH 17th 15th 13th 18th 21 (-129)
18th - KEVIN DUPUIS
#21 - CALGARY, AB 16th 19th 16th 12th 21 (-129)
20th - SPENSER WILTON
#17 - CALGARY, AB 14th 20th 18th 12th 20 (-130)
20th - CODY MILLER
#987 - TUCSON, AZ 16th 16th 11th 20 (-130)
22nd - KEITH SWEETEN
#41 - MULINO, OR 9th 14th 19 (-131)
23rd - MICHAEL ARANDA
#203 - SAN CARLOS, CA 19th 17th 20th 18th 15th 16 (-134)
24th - GIACOMO REDONDI
#18 - LAKE ELSINORE, CA 11th 10 (-140)
25th - AUSTIN SCHIERMEISTER
#101 - SAINT MARIES, ID 19th 14th 9 (-141)
26th - NICK THOMPSON
#575 - GOSHEN, UT 13th 8 (-142)
26th - DANIEL MUNDELL
#11 - BARNSTAPLE, NA 13th 8 (-142)
28th - BRANDEN PETRIE
#99 - TOMAHAWK, AB 18th 19th 5 (-145)
28th - DUSTIN HEDWALL
#230 - LAKE GEORGE, CO 20th 17th 5 (-145)
28th - JAMES FLYNN
#55 - GILBERT, AZ 16th 5 (-145)
31st - AUSTIN KOUBA
#140 - BOISE, ID 17th 4 (-146)
32nd - TRAVIS COY
#452 - PLEASANTON, CA 18th 3 (-147)
33rd - JOSH BRIDGE
#287 - VERNON, BC 20th 20th 2 (-148)
33rd - RICHARD LARSEN
#511 - KEARNS, UT 19th

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11/4/2018 7:48 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/4/2018 7:54 AM

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11/5/2018 8:17 AM

Congrats Mr. Haaker. Awesome series to follow all year

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"A link is only as long as your longest strong chain"

11/5/2018 2:07 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/5/2018 2:10 PM

I'm posting a link from our Vitard friend Chris Cullins with a race recap from this weekend and summary of the season. Sorry Chris if you were coming over here to do the same, please share the full version.

Ty Cullins took the Junior Championship (within a Championship) for riders under 21. After a tough year last year, Chris and Ty were true Privateer's this year and the story tells the inside version of that.

Ty Cullins was the top (full time) Beta rider this year, although kudo's of course to Ty Tremaine who finished out the season on the Beta for a podium finish after starting the year on the Alta.

https://thumpertalk.com/forums/topic/1277999-endurocross-season-finish-championship/

Congratulations Ty, can't wait for next year!

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11/5/2018 2:25 PM

Johnny Depp wrote:

I'm posting a link from our Vitard friend Chris Cullins with a race recap from this weekend and summary of the season. Sorry ...more

Ty's bike is best looking bike out there.

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11/5/2018 2:56 PM

Thanks Johnny. Had to come over here and check it out. Just a little back story since most here probably don’t know. Ty is my 19 year old son who grew up riding trials, but always had the plan of racing EX from a young age- His previous best season finish was 12th.

EnduroCross season wrapped up last weekend in Boise Idaho. As promised a race/season report for Ty Cullins and his Beta 300RR. 

We ended the season with 3 races in a row. Denver, Everett Wa. which is just north of Seattle and Boise Idaho. 

I think I already talked about Denver where he put a good ride in for 6th. After Denver we drove home so I could work for 3 days before heading north to Washington. It was a crazy week with my Mom in the hospital, trying to get ready for the next race and on top of all that the transmission went out on my van Tuesday night! I called up Beta and they where awesome in letting us borrow a van! That really saved us, otherwise we would have had to drive Ty’s old F-250 with bikes in the back unsecured and in the rain. Beta really helped us out there.

Evertt was a good technical track and Ty was excited to race it. Unfortunately in the first practice he was just way off. Not sure what the deal was, but 2nd practice he started riding like himself and ended up Qualifying 7th which is just fine. He finally had a drama free heat race. Got a good start and just brought it home in 3rd place.

That gave him 7th gate pick for the main. With that he almost pulled the holeshot! Came out of the 2nd turn in 2nd. From there he quickly got passed by Cody and settled into 3rd for a few laps. At that point his pace wasn’t quick enough and the pack started to close in on him. A couple mistakes and he dropped to 7th. From there he got things together and picked it back up and worked his way back to 4th. He and Noah Kepple had a great battle until Noah messed up the Matrix. At the end he imageproxy.php?img=&key=b3312acf975e3c54was making time up on 3rd place and could see him in the same lane by the end. Ended up 4th and really happy with that!

With that finish he was 6th in points. Just 2 behind Geoff Aaron in 5th and only 2 ahead of Noah Kepple in 7th so it was tight. For the Junior Championship he opened that up to an 8 point gap over Cooper Abbott (Destry Abbott’s son). 



Between Everett and Boise we stayed north. We have friends in Boise and also went down to Utah to do a little riding the week between.

With the points like they where we knew Ty could easily be 5th or 7th after it was all said and done. The Junior championship was his to lose, just as long as he didn’t really screw up or have a bike issue it was his. That’s what was weighing on my mind, any kind of silly bike issue! I’m no professional mechanic, just a Dad helping his kid who has had bikes all his life and has worked on them.

 We went over everything on the bike, changed out the chain since it had some rock dings, swapped out the front mousse because it was getting soft. I brought my tools so I could get all the dents out of his pipe. Then I worried about silly things like a throttle cable etc, etc.. I think I checked every nut and bolt on that bike about 5 times.

The Boise track wasn’t super technical, except for the No Joke lane, it was really hard. Once again Ty sucked in the first practice. He came off the track annoyed and just sat quietly in the chair. After last weekend I didn’t worry about it and just left him alone. He once again cleaned things up in 2nd practice and qualified 7th.

In the heat race it was all the Beta riders, Ty Tremaine, Max Gerston, Mason Ottersberg and Ty. Ty was 4th off the start and then moved into 3rd behind Colton and Tremaine by the end. A good race and once again drama free.

That once again gave him 7th gate pick. For short start straight and tight 180 first turn that’s not a good pick at all. Well this time Ty did it, he pulled the holeshot on his 300RR 2t against all the 350 4t’s with better gate picks! He led through the first couple corners then totally blew the Matrix and had more problems in the wood pit. When they came around for the first lap he was all the way back in 9th! Wasted holeshot there?‍♂️

He worked his way back up to 7th, but wasn’t looking super smooth. I gave him a pit board signal telling him “breath-relax” and next lap “push forward” from there his lap times dropped and he made a pass to get into 6th then closed in and passed Geoff Aaron for 5th. Once again he was closing in on 4th by about a second a lap and knew with Geoff still behind him he needed that for 5th I’m the championship. Time ran out though and he finished 5th on the night. Other than his first lap mistakes it was a really strong race! His fastest lap was on lap 9 so that was good to see.

In the end he finished 6th in points, one point behind 5th. Half his races where top 5’s. Finishes where 5-10-8-6-4-5. Of course the best part is the AMA Junior Championship. His first #1 plate not on a trials bike.

Definitely happy with the progress he made this season. It’s been a lot of work. Also happy with the bike we built. His 300RR worked great all season. When he can pull holeshots with the only motor mod being an RK-Tek head, Scalvini exhaust and tuning I did that’s saying something. Also happy with the choice of going back to a 2t. I was a little nervous about that one.

For some reason I can’t upload the phots- not sure what’s up with that.



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11/5/2018 2:58 PM

Johnny Depp wrote:

I'm posting a link from our Vitard friend Chris Cullins with a race recap from this weekend and summary of the season. Sorry ...more

endurox wrote:

Ty's bike is best looking bike out there.

Thanks! I thought so, but I might be a little partial since it’s pretty much all my build.

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11/5/2018 3:07 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/5/2018 3:08 PM

Got them for you Chris, great photos!

Ty Cullins Boise Endurocross Final 10/6/2018 Beta 300 RR Racing Edition

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11/5/2018 5:03 PM

Pretty cool. I first remember Ty when he was a little dude riding the JR class in NATC... probably ‘09? Neat to see how far he has evolved.

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11/5/2018 6:55 PM

Johnny Depp wrote:

I'm posting a link from our Vitard friend Chris Cullins with a race recap from this weekend and summary of the season. Sorry ...more

endurox wrote:

Ty's bike is best looking bike out there.

ccullins wrote:

Thanks! I thought so, but I might be a little partial since it’s pretty much all my build.

Chris,
Congrats again to you and TY. It was fun to watch his progress all year. And fun getting to know you guys better. Great kid and dad who worked really hard and it showed all year. You forgot to mention that Ty never gets to practice on an Endurocross track at home.


Dan

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11/5/2018 9:07 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/5/2018 9:33 PM

Johnny Depp wrote:

Got them for you Chris, great photos!

Ty Cullins Boise Endurocross Final 10/6/2018 Beta 300 RR Racing Edition

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Thanks Johnny, just to clarify the red gear is Everett Washington, the black Thor gear is Boise.

The picture of he and Colton side by side is the Everett start.

I’m still looking for a video of the Boise start, from where I was at I couldn’t see how it all unfolded.

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11/5/2018 9:21 PM

Moto Mofo wrote:

Pretty cool. I first remember Ty when he was a little dude riding the JR class in NATC... probably ‘09? Neat to see how far he ...more

Yeah ‘09 was the first time he rode a National. He was only ten and it was definitely a long day getting him through the support line! He won the Junior Championship in 2011 at age 12. We where laughing on the way home that this Junior Championship is a lot different than his trials Junior championship.

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11/5/2018 9:48 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/5/2018 10:02 PM

endurox wrote:

Ty's bike is best looking bike out there.

ccullins wrote:

Thanks! I thought so, but I might be a little partial since it’s pretty much all my build.

DannoJ919 wrote:

Chris,
Congrats again to you and TY. It was fun to watch his progress all year. And fun getting to know you guys better. ...more

Thanks Dan, yeah if he had a track to regularly practice on he might actually be good at this!

For those that don’t know Dan works the EX races. Building the track the days before. Then the day of the race he’s working starting early in the morning with all the day amateur races, then all through the night show. After we’re all done racing and heading out Dan and the rest of the crew are tearing down the track until 3-4 am! Us racers have the easy part.

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