October 3, 2020

Photos by: BrownDogWilson

Round 8 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship headed West to Colorado for the Thunder Valley National.  Thunder Valley brings a whole new set of circumstances with the track being at altitude and the riders with their bike and body dialed really shine through at this track.  One rider to do just that was FXR athlete Grant Harlan. Grant has shown a lot of good races so far in 2020 and Colorado was no different going 20-11 for 15th overall! In the 450 class FXR also had Broc Tickle with some bad luck in moto 2 resulting in (18th) overall, Jeremy Smith (21st), Tristan Lane (30th), Jerry Lorenz (31st), Nathan Laporte (33rd), and Jeff Walker in (40th).  The 250 class saw Maxwell Sanford in (32nd), and Otto Berton in (38th). 

The series will wrap up next weekend for the final round in Pala, California for Round 9 of the series on October 10, 2020. 

Brock Tickle came back from in CO from an injury at Spring Creek 2 weeks back.

Tickle rode great first moto finishing 10th but DNF'd second moto with bike issues.

Grant Harlan has shown speed all of 2020 and Colorado was no different.

Harlan grabbed an 11th place finish in moto 2!

Jeff Walker in the 2021 Helium Inferno/Char gear.

Tristan Lane has been doing the whole series in 2020 and has been doing great all year.

Jerry Lorenz looking good in the new 2021 Revo gear and new FXR/6D Helmet!

Jerry Lorenz made the drive from Michigan to Colorado to compete in the 450 class.

Jeremy Smith had another great race at Thunder Valley finishing 21st overall.

Maxwell Sanford has been a regular in the 250 main.

A new face in the 250 class with Otto Berton Jumping in.

See you next week at Pala for the last Round of 2020.

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