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MORGANTOWN, W.Va – In only three short days the world’s speediest rough terrain bike racers will plummet upon the famous Rodman Ranch in Palatka, Florida for the first round of the 2016 AMSOIL Excellent National Cross-country Arrangement (GNCC) exhibited by Maxxis, an AMA National Title.

Arranged only a hour north of Daytona’s Bicycle Week celebrations, the season-opening GNCC is dependably a group pleaser. With such a great amount of force for one occasion, this round normally comprises of activity pressed dashing and thrilling exercises while drawing fans from all controls of hustling. The remarkable sand course blended with mud openings and difficult obstructions is a staple stop in America’s head rough terrain hustling arrangement.

In the wake of experiencing surgery for a torn ACL, FMF KTM Manufacturing plant Dashing’s Kailub Russell will lead the path in the XC1 Masterclass as he endeavors to win his fourth continuous National Title. The voyage to remain on top won’t be simple for Russell as he fights with a large group of past champions and race victors all beginning close to him on the principal push.

Russell was named the 2015 Rider of the Year by Cycle News and keeping in mind that he hopes to satisfy that title his kindred rival Ryan Sipes will appear to be identical. Seaside Hustling/Rockstar/Husqvarna’s Ryan Sipes was chosen as the 2015 Rider of the Year by Soil Rider. In spite of the fact that Sipes comes into the new season broadly positioned number six, he is furnished with another group and resolved to win. Sipes made a few platform completes a year ago, demonstrating that he has what it takes to be to finish everything. The fight between the Russell and Sipes will blend over the Florida sand.

After an amazing tenderfoot season, N-Fab/AmPro Yamaha’s Concede Baylor enters the season with a vocation best national number two rank. The South Carolina local completed tenth at the Wild Pig GNCC a year ago, yet comes into this round with an entire period of experience added to his repertoire and wants to enhance his general outcome in the Daylight State.

JCR Honda/Lucas Oil/Maxxis/Fly Hustling’s Chris Bach will hope to rehash last season’s prosperity where he could bring home to the general triumph at the Tomahawk GNCC. Coming back to a similar program and in the wake of preparing in California, Bach will be set up to get it going on board his Honda CRF450R.

Rough Mountain ATV * MC/KR4/FAR Hustling Husqvarna-sponsored Thad Duvall began the 2015 season off solid yet experienced mechanical issues at the last couple of rounds. This year Duvall will run his earned number of five to pay tribute to his dad rather than his mark number 989.

FMF KTM Plant Hustling’s Charlie Mullins will return after a season off. A year ago Mullins endured twofold wrist damage however is completely recuperated and prepared to show up in the front line.

The 2015 XC2 Star Lites Champion Jason Thomas will climb the positions to the XC1 Professional class holding a number eight rank from last season. His nonappearance will take into account another champion to rise. JCR Honda/Lucas Oil/Maxxis/FLY Dashing’s Trevor Bollinger will have his eyes set on bringing home the title after his solid complete finally year’s season finale where he brought home gold in the XC2 Genius Lites division. Bollinger has spent the off-season getting changed in accordance with his new group, yet his greatest rivalry has been doing likewise. The N-Fab/AmPro Yamaha-supported Scratch Davis will challenge against Bollinger on his Yamaha YZ250FX.

One of a kind to this occasion, GNCC offers a training session for all bicycle racers on Saturday before the occasion. The cost is $20 per rider. The training course will be separate from the race course, yet it will consolidate a little see of what racers can expect when the green banner drops on race day.

On Saturday, Youth Bicycle practice will start at twelve, trailed by a 1 – 4 p.m. hone session for all other Bicycle racers, including 10 a.m. classes and 1 p.m. classes.

Sunday’s race plan is as per the following: Youth Bicycle hustling starts at 8 a.m., trailed by novices and ladies at 10 a.m. what’s more, experts and best novices at 1 p.m.

Grown-up (12+) door affirmation is $20 for the entire end of the week and $10 for kids (6-11), with kids five and under free. Entryway affirmation incorporates expert pit access and professional signatures at no extra charge.