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Photos by Dan Alamangos. Jon Ortner and Debbi Tamietti

Colton Aeck, who was seriously injure din the Supercross series, made his racing return at REM. Picture: Debbi Tamietti

The bad news for the REM regulars is that REM Motocross is heading into its summer break—it is a forced crack from racing with their friends, friends and rivals for one month. But , if they have to take time off from Glen Helen, they decided to make the most of this for the last round for awhile. Some the big classes were the Over-50 Intermediates, followed in size place with the Over-50 Experts, Over-60 Experts, Over-50 Novices and Over-60 Intermediates.

R. J. Wageman (621) won the 400 Pro class. Here, R. M. is chased by Shaun Hillion and Colton Aeck (526). Photo: Debbi Tamietti

450 Pro

1 ) R. J. Wageman

second . Shaun Hillion

3. Colton Aeck

MXA’ s Dennis Stapleton invested the first moto on a 2018 Yamaha YZ450F, but… Photo: Debbi Tamietti

250 Pro

1 . Daniel Vanderziel

2 . Brian Medeiros

3. Gordon Keller

… switched to a 2018 Honda CRF450 for the second moto. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Over-40 Expert

1 . James Lavender

2 . Alan Jullien

a few. Ralf Schmidt

Daniel Vanderziel took the particular 250 Pro class win using a 1-1 day. Picture Dan Alamangos


Over-40 Intermediates

1 . Jay Sexton

2 . Kenny Maddux

3. Jason Gos

Sean Collier came out on his KTM 450SXF to play around. He raced the first 450 Pro moto and raced with the Over-50 Experts to get in and out quicker. Picture: Debbi Tamietti

Over-40 Novices

1 . Louie Romo

2 . Pete Vetrano

3. Kenneth Clark

Brian Medeiros proceeded to go 2-2 in the 250 Pro course. Photo: Jon Ortner


250 Novices

1 . Ryan Foster

second . Nathan Pietronico

3. Jestin Moore

R. J. Wageman has began his own beef jerky company, featuring photos of his buddies racing on the package. If you’ d like to know more go to Photo: Dan Alamangos

Vet Novices

1 ) Cody Emmert

2, Mark Taylor

3. Louie Romo

Val Tamietti kept his win ability alive. Val hasn’ t dropped a race this season since New Zealander Tony Cooksey signed up in the wrong class for the first moto and then switched classes for the 2nd moto—and passed a surprised Val for the win. It’ s confusing, but it was a sign-up error. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

250 Beginners

1 ) Cole Sexton

2 . Hunter Taft

3. Chase Schmitz

Andy Kirker’ s day job would be to race Baja, but he’ t more than happy to return to his motocross roots. Andy went 2-2 behind Val’ s 1-1. Photo: Debbi Tamietti


A blast from SoCal’ s past—Warren Reid and Greg Toyama showed at REM to hang out with their old close friends (and Randy Skinner). Toyama hails from Australia and Warren works just for Honda. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Over-50 Experts

1 . Robert Reisinger

2 . Ron Shuler

3. Joe Sutter

Jim O’ Neal got to battle with the Over-60 and Over-65 guys. Jim will be the current Over-70 World Vet Champ. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Over-50 Intermediates

1 . Joe Melton

2 . Randy Skinner

3. Steve Watson

John Caper functions at Mechanix Wear and is Jim O’ Neal’ s son-in-law. Caper went 3-3 in the Over-60 Intermediates. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Over-50 Novices

1 . Glenn Pietronico

two, Carmen Cafro

3. Milano Atanasovski

Brian Martin broke his hip and wrist when he has been hit head-on by a wrong-way rider at a practice day. His friends rebuilt his bike for him and gave him new equipment. He’ s back on the monitor. Photo: Dan Alamangos


The Over-40 Expert class has been won by New Zealander Adam Lavender. Second went to South Africa Alan Jullien. Dutchman Ralf Schmdit (73) was third. Photo: Dan Alamangos

Over-60 Experts

1 . Val Tamietti

2 . Andy Kirker

3. Pete Vetrano

Jay Sexton tok the Over-40 Intermediate class victory. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Over-60 Intermediates

1 . John Bosanko

2 . Steve Chandler

3. John Caper

Milano Atanasovski had a 3-5 day in the Over-50 Novices. Photo: Debbi Tamietti


Parker Avanve flew the American flag on his helmet, while riding a good Austrian Husqvarna sponsored by a French company. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

Last week MXA’ s Jody Weisel rode four different 2018 bicycles. This week he focused on only one bike—a 2018 Husqvarna FC450—and on capturing jet streams of roost within the downhills. Photo: Debbi Tamietti

“ Take it from me child, the world will be a lot different when you’ re 5. ” Photo: Jon Ortner

“ Take it from me kid, the world will be a lot different when you’ re 55. ” Picture: Jon Ortner

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Within 2005, Jeremy McGrath had already retired then came back into incomplete retirement to race five rounds of the AMA Supercross series. Their best finish was a 5th from Anaheim 2 that year. Showtime was and still is the winningest Supercross rider with 72 overall is victorious. Jeremy’ s Factory Honda CR250 he raced in 2005 was a thing of beauty. Especially when you got a guy like Jeremy riding this in the hills. Below is a photograph blast of Jeremy and his 2005 Factory CR250.


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