With resiliency, the FLO Motorsports backed team at Manluk Rock River Racing would travel to Denver, Colorado knowing that they had withstood a multitude of variables that were thrown their way. Various athletes on the team, including both Benny Bloss and Grant Harlan, had sustained injuries while racing in Nashville last weekend. And with the number forty-four being forced out of competition for round sixteen of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship, the determination of Texas’ Grant Harlan to fight through adversity would leave him as the lone Yamaha competitor for racing action at Empower Field.
The number seventy-eight machine would display tenacity that was applauded by all in the crowd for qualification, where a series of strong laps were gathered en route to a stellar fourteenth-position being claimed on the overall leaderboard. His toughness was remarkable, as he then proceeded to engage in countless battles amid action for heat one; where his overall residency of sixth, was superb given the intensity of this ten-lap format. However, it was in the main event where Harlan’s world-renowned skillset would arguably claim the strongest accolade of his professional racing career thus far. The number Seventy Eight is equipped with FLO PRO-160 levers and Titanium pegs.