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Cycle News 2015 Issue 25 June 23

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VOL. 52 ISSUE 25 JUNE 23, 2015 P33 ing. More important to Burson was the number of points he lost, unofficially dropping to third now behind Graffunder and Travis Coy, 152-126-124. Most surprising ride of the day probably belonged to Oregon's Devan Bolin. After finishing a strong second, the KTM Country 300 XC- mounted part-time rider said, "My goal was top 15 today. My start was where everything [turned around]." As for Coy, the FMF/Maxx- is/RPM Racing KTM rider had to come back from a bad start yet managed to snag his sec- ond consecutive third-place finish on his Bonanza Plumb- ing/Motorex/Motorcycle 450 XC-F. "I think the first lap when they pit-boarded me, they said I was 10th," he said. "I just kept trucking along." Mach 1 Motorsports KTM's Steven Godman finished fourth ahead of SRT/Klim KTM's Tucker Larrieu, both enjoying their best results to date. Sierra Motorsports KTM's Joey Fiasconaro effectively clinched the inaugural FMF 250cc Pro Championship af- ter finishing sixth overall. After running as high as third, his recently separated shoulder began to revolt, so he backed his pace down and still won the class by almost eight minutes. Coiner Trucking KTM's Alex Dorsey, Purvines Racing Beta's Axel Pearson and FMF 250cc Pros Justin McGovern and Chaz Halbert rounded out the top 10 overall, unofficially. The series now takes a break with round seven not until late in October. Also, the final round has been relocated to Laughlin, Nevada, Novem- ber 7-8. Mark Kariya Graffunder worked to the and went win the Chicken National Hare Scrambles in Oregon. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK KARIYA Part-time racer Devan Bolin borrowed bike and did the locals proud with a solid second overall. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK KARIYA Jon Modena found the Big K Ranch trails to his liking and sped to his third victory of the season in SuperMini, putting five more points on race and current series runner-up Lochlan Campbell. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK KARIYA

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