Known as the World’s Largest Amateur Motocross race, Loretta Lynn’s once again proved itself as the global stage for those about to hit the pro ranks! Held at the Loretta Lynn’s family ranch in Hurricane Mills Tennessee, this year’s racing was absolutely top-notch!

OGIO being the bag of choice for top Pro and top Amateur athletes equated to OGIO supported athletes filling nearly every moto all week long. Some of this year's standouts included Ryder Difrancesco who was this year's top Mini Sr 2 rider. Ryder raced himself to the podium taking the 3rd place overall for the weekend. This year the Supermini 1 and Supermini 2 classes belonged to a very fast race-ready Maximus Vohland. Max went on to solidify his spot as the #1 mini-rider in America as he took the 1st place overall in both classes. 

The pros showed up in numbers as well. This year we got to see some really fun action-packed racing from a few notorious rippers in Jalek Swoll, Jett Lawrence, Carson Mumford, and Jo Shimoda! In the Open Sport Class, it was almost an all OGIOPOWERSPORTS affair as Jalek Swoll would take 1st, Lawrence 2nd, Shimoda 3rd, Parker Mashburn 4th, and Mumford rounding out the top 5. In the 250cc Pro Sport Class, we saw more of the same great racing action, while Lawrence would have bike issues, Mumford would go on to take the 2nd place overall while Parker Mashburn would take 4th.

In all a fantastic week at Lorettas and OGIO bags once again didn’t disappoint carrying precious equipment and taking hundreds of competitors to the event in style. 

August 08, 2019