It’s been a great start to the Motocross Outdoor season for OGIO team riders!
WHO: OGIO
WHAT: 2019 Outdoors Season Rd.3 Recap
WHERE: Thunder Valley, CO
GEAR: Rig 9800

 

It’s been a great start to the Motocross Outdoor season for OGIO team riders!

 

It’s been a great start to the Motocross Outdoor season for OGIO team riders!

With three rounds completed in the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series, OGIO supported riders are out again touring the country grabbing more race wins! 

 

The series opener at Hangtown was the triumphant return of Jason Anderson.  Anderson, the 2018 Supercross Champion was forced to sit out this years supercross season due to Injury.  Anderson came back to Hangtown and proved himself fully healed as he earned a podium finish his first race back. In the 250 class at Hangtown OGIO bags transported all 3 Podium athletes to the races as Cianciarulo, Cooper and Nichols grabbed 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively in the highly competitive class of young guns. 

 

Round 2 of the series was held in Pala California at the Pala/ Fox Raceway.  In the 450 class, OGIO Athlete Marvin Musquin fought hard all day pushing his Factory KTM to 2nd overall on the weekend. The 250 class treated the packed crowd to really great battles in the brutal So Cal heat. It was again an OGIO sweep taking 1st, 2ndand 3rd for the 250s with Adam Cianciarulo, Justin Cooper, and 250cc SX defending champ Dylan Ferrandis holding down the podium. 

 

Round 3 of the series transported riders from the California beaches to the Rocky Mountains as Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series raced at the famed Thunder Valley race track in Lakewood Colorado. With some of the most diverse terrain of the series, the fans in Colorado were treated to the worlds fastest as they battled the treacherous track in typical rapidly changing weather.  In the 250cc class, we saw another full OGIO Podium sweep for the 3rd weekend in a row with Adam Cianciarulo, Justin Cooper and Michael Mosiman taking over the podium!  The 450 class featured OGIO supported athlete Zach Osborne of Rockstar/ Husqvarna. Osborne was able to capture his first podium of this years series placing 3rd overall on the weekend with Jason Anderson and Marvin Musquin rounding out the top 5!

 

The series moves on to High Point Raceway in Mount Morris Pennsylvania where more than 50 OGIO Athletes will again be transported to the event by OGIO. 

 

 

June 13, 2019 by OGIO Powersports