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The FLO Motorsports backed Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha team competed with spectacularity on Saturday, while stationed at the legendary Thunder Valley Motocross Park. With racers in both, the 250MX and 450MX divisions, all members of the assembly were competitive in their respective formats — and proved that their unit was among the elite in the racing industry.

The number seventy-five of Marshal Weltin was an established competitor amid the 450MX division aboard his FLO Motorsports equipped Yamaha, and proceeded to carry an unwavering sense of confidence onto the Lakewood circuit on Saturday. After navigating through qualifying rounds with proficient corner speed, the athlete from Michigan excelled enroute to the checkered flag — capturing results of thirteenth, in both motos, to reside thirteenth (as well) in the final standings.

Texas’ Grant Harlan strove to continue building from his admirable performances thus far in 2024 (within the 450MX class), and appeared to demonstrate a commendable flow throughout practice. Upon transferring into the two-moto format that followed, the athlete aboard the FLO Motorsports backed number twenty-three machine would persevere through demanding track conditions — to acquire moto scores of (twelfth and fourteenth) for a hard-fought fourteenth overall.

Pennsylvania’s Bryce Shelly was a fierce competitor throughout the 450MX series thus far, and presented a determined riding style when racing around the track in Colorado. After acquiring a direct transferring bid to the main events of the afternoon program, the number ninety-three thrived while securing standing(s) of eighteenth and twenty-seventh to finish twenty-first in the overall record book

Colton Eigenmann had consistently presented superb speed within the 450MX division so far this year, and the Floridian would once more flourish while stationed in Lakewood. After flying through practice with confidence, the athlete aboard the FLO Motorsports equipped number 332 machine was exceptional in the Last Chance Qualifier — finishing with a notable score of seventh, amongst extraordinary athletes from around the world.

The number 413 of Crockett Myers was on an ascending trajectory while competing in this 2024 championship, and excelled within the 250MX classification as the green flag waved on Saturday. After thriving for a multitude of practice sessions, the FLO Motorsports backed rider from the state of Texas soared to an LCQ victory, along with finishes of twenty-first and twenty-sixth (in both final motos), to acquire twenty-third overall as well.

California’s Blake Gardner appeared comfortable on the motorcycle while flying through the air in Colorado, and carried momentum into all aspects of the racetrack with phenomenal momentum. Competing within the 250MX division, Gardner from start to finish excelled with a commanding riding style —acquiring final moto scores, in the main event(s) of twenty-third and twenty-fifth, to reside twenty-fifth overall.

Illinois’ Keegan Rowley put forth a tremendous effort on Saturday while speeding through various practice sessions in the 250MX division. His line choices were pristine, and translated to an admirable showing in the Last Chance Qualifier that followed. He raced forward with applaud-worthy intensity — and acquired a final score of seventh, before moving forward, to the fourth round of the series.

With the third round of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship now concluded, the FLO Motorsports backed Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha team has their sights set on excelling for the fourth stop of the tour as well. They’ve acclimated to each racetrack thus far in the series, and are guaranteed to generate success when stationed in Pennsylvania for the High Point National next Saturday.


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