March 16-18, 2018 

Grand Geneva Resort 

 Writing and Photos by Crystal Wallem Photography 

This past weekend marked the grand finale of Snocross—3 days of racing at the best and most demanding track of the season! Racers battled it out at the mountain top in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and finished off strong. Your FXR riders made an amazing 32 total podium appearances this weekend. Let’s not forget to mention how good they looked decked out in their new gear! 

120 CHAMP 

 Shane Beasley #924 finished off the season right, going 1-1 in his heats and moving on to place 3rd in Saturday’s 120 Champ final. 

Brady Freeland #831 also had an incredibly successful weekend. Brady had a perfect day, going 1-1 in his heats and kept the momentum moving into his final where he placed 1st. On top of that, Brady wrapped up the season placing 1st in points. 

JR 10-13 

 On Sunday, Brody Hasenack #722 went 2-2 in his heats and took the 3rd spot on the box in the JR 10-13 final. Brody also placed 3rd overall in points. 

Not only did Jordan Lebel #511 obtain the fastest lap time, but he also scored 2nd place in the JR 10-13 final. 

Drew Freeland #821 went home the JR 10-13 points champion.  


JR 14-15  

Brayden Kernz #811 finished off the season 3rd in points for the JR 14-15 class. 

JR 16-17  

De ja vu—Brayden Kernz #811 also placed 3rd in points for the JR 16-17 class. 

JR GIRLS 9-13 

 Addison Bourdages #330 went 2-2-2 on Saturday and placed 2nd overall in points. 

With the fastest lap time in the JR Girls 9-13 final, Sophia Hulsey #800 placed 1st on Saturday and also went home with the title of points champ. 

STOCK 200 

With a trophy nearly as tall as him, Riley Johnson #106 scores an exciting 2nd place in Saturday’s Stock 200 final. Riley finished 3rd in overall points. 


 FXR riders swept the Transition 8-10 podium! Isaac Peterson #612 went 2-2 in his heats on Saturday and placed 3rd in the Transition 8-10 final. 

Crayden Dillon #906 had a great day, going 2-1 in his heats and finishing off the day in the 2nd spot. 

Brady Freeland #831 continued his success into the Transition 8-10 class, placing 3rd overall in points. 

Cameron Cole #747 has been a force to be reckoned with this entire season. On Saturday, Cameron went 1-1 in his heats, made the fastest lap time in the final, and placed 1st to wrap up the weekend. Cameron also snagged the red plates and took home the points championship. 


Drew Freeland #821 placed 3rd in Saturday’s Transition 9-13 final. Drew also took home the title of points champion—his second of two championship titles this season.  

Cameron Cole #747 was back on the box, placing 2nd in the Transition 9-13 final, and 3rd overall in points for this class. 

Making the fastest lap time, Jordan Lebel #511 finished off the season on top of the box.


In Saturday’s Sport Lite final, Devin Malcein #720 made another podium appearance, taking the big win with style. 

In Sunday’s Sport Lite final, not only did Tyler Archambault #901 obtain the fastest lap time, but he also placed 3rd to finish off his weekend. 


Going 3-1 in his heats, Ryley Bester #151 placed 3rd in Saturday night’s Sport final. Ryley placed an outstanding 2nd in overall points this season. 

It was an incredible weekend for Team LaVallee’s Adam Peterson #113—taking the win in both Saturday AND Sunday’s Sport finals, as well as finishing 3rd in overall points. 

Taylor Cole #714 looked fast, racing to 2nd place in Sunday’s Sport final. 


Tyler Vacala #515 rode hard all season and it certainly paid off—2nd in overall points for the Snowbike class. 

William Van Hook #88 took the 3rd spot on the box in Saturday night’s Snowbike final, and is your Snowbike points champion this season. 


Andy Lieders #57 made his first appearance in the Pro Am Plus 30 class this weekend and it was quite the debut. Andy took the win in Friday night’s final, and scored 2nd on Saturday. 


 Emilia Dahlgren #79 of Team Southside placed 3rd in overall points in the Pro Am Women class this season. 

Malene Andersen #93 has been fast and consistent this entire season. Malene finished 2nd in Friday night’s Pro Am Women final and 3rd in Saturday night’s final. On top of that, Malene finished off the season with an exciting 2nd place in points. 


Elina Ohman #17 announced her retirement from the ISOC Snocross series this weekend. We are sad to see her go, but are pumped for her on a great last weekend of racing. Elina finished 3rd in Friday night’s final and finished off her career in the best way possible—taking the win in Saturday night’s Pro Am Women final. 

Taven Woodie #873, previously racing in the JR Girls 9-13 class, bumped up to the Pro Am Women class this year. She was given the title of Rookie of the Year this season! 


Martin Moland #75 went 2-1 in his heats on Saturday and took the 3rd place podium finish in the final. Martin placed an exciting 4th in the points race. 

Zak Mason #63 had a great day of racing on Saturday, going 1-1 in his heats and finishing off the night in the 2nd spot on the box. Zak placed 8th in overall points this season. 

Going 2-1 in his heats on Sunday, Nisse Kjellstrom #27 of Woodies Racing placed 2nd in the Pro Lite final and finished off the season 6th in points. 

Aki Pihlaja #128 had a fantastic season, finishing #3 in Pro Lite overall points. 


With serious style, Ryan Springer #541 placed 10th in Pro points. 

Corin Todd #36 finished off the season 9th in points. 

Johan Lidman #52 placed 7th in overall points this season. 

Hentges Racing’s Petter Narsa #54 had a very successful season, finishing off 4th in points. 

What a weekend—and season—for Kody Kamm #1! In Friday night’s Pro final, Kody placed 2nd. Both Saturday and Sunday’s finals had some intense, close racing, but Kody took the win both days! Kody finished off the season 2nd in points. 



And just like that, the season has come and gone within the blink of an eye. What a successful season for all of our FXR riders. We’ll be back at it before you know it. Have a great summer! 

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