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2009 Amateur National Motocross Championship Photo Gallery
The old mill, although no longer active, still stands along side Hurricane Creek.
MotorcycleUSA was on the scene at the 28th Air Nautiques Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. We made a little photo gallery to document all the amateur motocross action. Jump On.
A replica of Loretta Lynn's house she grew up in is just down the road.
The tourist sites here are all about the Coal Daughter's daughter.
Oakley's pit vehicle is just a tad bit more exotic than the MotorcycleUSA.com golf cart . . .
. . . But then again our insurance premium is probably a lot less. A LOT LESS!
A little track preparation underneath the Holeshot banner. There will be
102 motos and 102 winners of a Motorcycle-Superstore $100 gift certificate.
Nothing like solid "race food." Nachos, corn dogs and funnel cakes pretty much cover the three basic food groups... at least at Loretta's they do.
FMF may have the best parking position in the pits...
. . . right next to the Funnel Cakes stand.
Hank Williams III performs live on stage on Wednesday night. There is entertainment of some sort every night - but Hank the Third will be a big draw.
Pirelli tires, along with Dunlop are here to support the racers. Great deals on tires and free installation make the riders feel like they almost have a factory sponsorship.
THOR is one of the major apparel sponsors and will be showcasing their 2010 line of riding gear
Kawasaki was hard at work recruiting the next generation of motocross superstars.
Kawasaki is one of the original sponsors of this event and has the premier position in the pits - right behind the start line. This year's display features 250cc motocross and supercross sensation Christophe Pourcel.
Keith Johnson holeshot the Vet 35 class and never stopped until his bike was on top the podium.
The Vet 35 class was full of talent and Keith Johnson led race from start to finish besting Mike Tredwell and Kevin Walker.
Doug Dubach - better known as The Doctor - road two classes on Tuesday, the Senior 40 Plus and the Senior 45 Plus.
Dubach easily won both of his races on Tuesday,
dissecting the competition along the way and taking home two of the
MotorcycleUSA Holeshots Awards.
The 250 A/Pro Sport Class was the most exciting race of he day, both for the spectator and Blake Baggett who worked his way up from 14th at the MotorcycleUSA holeshot line to first overall when he passed Taylor Futrell at the finish line, winning barely a wheels length.
Carter Halpian took the holeshot and held on for a second place finish in the 51 (7-8) 2 Stock Class.
Chase Yentzer and his PW Yamaha were first to cross the MotorcycleUSA.com Holeshot line. On the podium he was quick to thank his sponsors, his mom and dad and his cat and dog! The 51 (4-6) Stock Shaft Drive Class is fun to watch.
In the 250 B Modified class, Grant Ransdell was fast enough to win the holeshot . . .
Grant wan't fast enough to hold off Eli Tomac and took second in Moto 2 of the 250 B Modified class
Kevin Walker holds the record for the most championships won at Loretta. On Tuesday he held the check for winning the MotorcycleUSA Holeshot award.
Walker had some tough competition in the Vet 35 Plus class on Wednesday and setteled for a second behind Keith Johnson.
Drake Degaynor is a three time holeshot winner. That's $300 he'll be able to spend on some more motorcycle goodies.
Kieth Johnson is now up to $200 in MotorcycleUSA Holeshot certificates.
Les Smith was full throttle in the 250 A/Pro Sport Class and crossed the line first to collect $100 bounty.
Adam Cianciarulo was the overall winner in the 85 (12-13) Modified Class at Loretta Lynn's Amatuer National Motocross.
Blake Green was the overall winner for the 85 (9-11) Stock Class.
Dean Wilson was one of Kawasaki's double winners, taking the honors in 250A and 450A/Pro Sport.
The Kawasaki Amateur National Motocross Team Green
Thomas Covington raced in the 85 (12-13) Modified Class at the Amateur National Motocross weekend.
Tim Ferry and Ryan Morais were on hand.
Zach Bell was the Super Mini 1 & Super Mini 2 Class winner.
The Baggett Family took a number of Holeshot awards at the Loretta Lynn's Amateur National Motocross.
Eli Tomac swept the Holeshot awards in the Schoolboy 2 14-16 B/C class.
Hunter Hilton took two of the three 85cc 9-11 stock class Holeshot awards.
Hanging out at the creek is the best way to beat the heat.
Campers line up along the creek. Closer is better, especially when temps starts to hit triple digits.
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