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MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – This Sunday, the 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series displayed by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, influences its arrival to the Mountain To edge Trail Riding Park out of the blue since 2011 for the Car-Mate Mountain Ridge GNCC. While the arrival to Somerset, Pennsylvania’s rough landscape has been very expected this season, everyone’s eyes are on Factory FMF KTM’s Kailub Russell as he hopes to secure his second vocation GNCC National Championship at cycle eleven.

Russell heads into the end of the week with a four-race winning streak behind him, where he sits with seven aggregate wins for the season. In any case, maybe significantly more noteworthy is the way that Russell is additionally gunning for his twenty-first profession triumph, where the 24-year-old could conceivably tie two-time GNCC Champion Scott Plessinger for fifth place on the All-Time Bike Overall Wins List. With two extra adjusts staying in 2014, Russell has the opportunity to exclusively break into the best five preceding the season is finished.

Rough Mountain ATV*MC/N-Fab AmPro Yamaha’s Josh Strang has advanced into the second place position in the title standings, outperforming a harmed FMF/KTM’s Charlie Mullins, who won the last Mountain Ridge GNCC in 2011. While Strang is out of the title chase this season, the 2010 GNCC Champion is logically working his way toward a race-win this season. Strang sits with seven-platform completes behind him yet the Australian local presently can’t seem to complete superior to third in a race so far.

Kailub Russell is well on his approach to breaking into the best five on the All-Time Bike Overall Wins List.

Kailub Russell is well on his approach to breaking into the main five on the All-Time Bike Overall Wins List.

Photograph: Ken Hill

N-Fab AmPro Yamaha’s Jordan Ashburn sits in fourth in the title standings with two platform completes this season. Ashburn has been a standout amongst the most predictable riders inside the best ten, yet the Tennessee local battled at the last round subsequent to returning from a major crash toward the start of the race. KTM Support rider Grant Baylor, who as of now drives the XC2 Pro Lites title standings, has been effective in testing the general pioneers with two second place general completes up to this point. Baylor sits just 14 focuses behind Ashburn in fifth in general, where he hopes to keep enhancing his rank in the rest of the rounds.

N-Fab AmPro Yamaha’s Paul Whibley presently sits 6th generally in the title standings with only one platform complete this season. The two-time GNCC National Champion completed a solid second at the 2011 Mountain Ridge GNCC, where he hopes to proceed with his achievement in the stones this end of the week.

Raines Riding University/Atlas Cycles’ Ricky Russell sits in second place in the XC2 Pro Lites Championship yet after a hard battled fight for the title, Russell will miss the rest of the season because of damage. The Washington local declared for this present week that he had surgery on his wrist and is anticipating recouping for the 2015 season.

XC2 Pro Lites new kid on the block Trevor Bollinger right now sits third in the class standings, with one triumph behind him. RideMPS.com/AMSOIL Honda’s Layne Michael sits in the fourth place spot in the wake of missing the last round because of damage, and Maxxis/KLIM/DirtWise KTM Race Team’s Jesse Groemm balances the best five.

Concede Baylor drives the title in the XC2 Pro Lites class, and sits in fifth place in the general title standings.

Concede Baylor drives the title in the XC2 Pro Lites class, and sits in fifth place in the general title standings.

Photograph: Ken Hill

With a nearly culminate season up to this point, Factory FMF/KTM’s Kacy Martinez wrapped up the WXC Championship four adjusts right on time at Snowshoe. Martinez will hope to proceed with her strength in the last three rounds, where she best Ohio’s Mandi Mastin, who sits one point in front of N-Fab AmPro Yamaha’s Becca Sheets in the title standings.

Youth bicycle dashing will occur Sunday at 8 a.m., trailed by beginners and Women at 10 a.m., while the best novices and geniuses race at 1 p.m.

Grown-up (12+) entryway confirmation is $20 for the entire end of the week and $10 for kids (6-11). Children five and under are free. Nearby racers are welcome to contend at this occasion, as GNCC Racing offers classes for riders of all aptitude and experience levels. The novice racer section expense is $40 and riders can join at the track.

Tune into RacerTV.com on Sunday at 1 p.m. EST to get LIVE scope of the Pro Bike race at cycle 11. For more data on GNCC Live scope, visit www.racertv.com.

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Past Round Results

Can-Am Unadilla GNCC

New Berlin, New York

Cycle 10 of 13

Saturday, September 7

XC1 Event Results:

Kailub Russell (KTM)

Thad DuVall (HON)

Josh Strang (YAM)

Chris Bach (HON)

Andrew Delong (HSQ)

Paul Whibley (YAM)

Takeshi Koikeda (HON)

Jordan Ashburn (YAM)

Ryan Sipes (KTM)

Adam Bonneur (KAW)

*Overall National Championship Standings:

Kailub Russell (263)

Josh Strang (186)

Charlie Mullins (180)

Jordan Ashburn (166)

Allow Baylor (152)

Paul Whibley (137)

Andrew Delong (134)

Ricky Russell (117)

Chris Bach (108)

Steward Baylor (102)

*Indicates that the Overall National Championship Standings will decide the 2014 National Champion.

XC2 Event Results:

Allow Baylor (KTM)

Trevor Bollinger (HON)

Scratch Davis (KTM)

Ricky Russell (YAM)

Ian Blythe (KTM)

Michael McGinnis (KTM)

Callan May (YAM)

Drew Torrance (KTM)

Phillipe Chaine (KTM)

Jesse Groemm (KTM)

XC2 Series Standings:

Allow Baylor (262)

Ricky Russell (233)

Trevor Bollinger (210)

Layne Michael (127)

Jesse Groemm (119)

Callan May (115)

Shane Hufford Jr (114)

Sam Evans (104)

Chris Douglas (99)

Scratch Davis (90)