September 26, 2020
Photos by: SwapMotoLive
Round 7 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship headed to one of the toughest rounds on the circuit at WW Ranch. Known for it's hot weather and torturous sand sections the riders that come out on top are known to be some of the toughest athletes out there. One of those tough competitors was FXR's own Kyle Chisholm. Chiz jumped into the series at round 7 for his hometown national and ended up an impressive 14th overall! FXR had 8 other riders in 450 motos with Tristan Lane (19th), Joshua Berchem (29th), Carson Tickle (30th), Jerry Lorenz (32nd), Nathan Laporte (34th), Bryton Carrol (35th), Cory Carsten, (40th), and Jeffrey Walker in (42nd). The 250 class saw Maxwell Sanford in (28th), Jake Pinhancos in (31st), and Mathias Jorgensen finishing in (32nd).
The series heads West next weekend to Thunder Valley in Lakewood, Colorado for Round 8 of the series on October 3, 2020.
Kyle Chisholm picked up right where he left off with Supercross and was riding excellent.
WW Ranch in Chiz's hometown race.
Kyle debuted some new 2021 Revo and Podium gear this weekend. Podium pictured here.
Florida boy Tristan Lane putting it in the top 20!
Mathias Jorgensen has been putting in some solid results this season.
WW Ranch was Mathias's last race in the states.
Privateer hero Jerry Lorenz in the 2021 Revo Gear.
Bryton Carrol looking good in the 2021 Podium gear.