The event that almost didn’t happen was a huge success this past weekend with over 50 riders racing down the long scenic Kings Gap Road. Heats of 6 riders charged downhill while negotiating slippery road
conditions early in the morning which took out many competitors.  The top 3 riders from each race would move onto the next round.
  Juniors DH 
The open division was led by Pennsylvania’s own Scott Hurdleston who finished first in nearly all of his heats, including the finals.  Stim Trucks rider/owner, Gary Enright was tough to beat as he made his way to the finals and placed 2nd overall.  Leunam Segure fought his way into the finals and made it onto the Podium in 3rd place.

1st- Scott Hurdleston
2nd- Gary Enright
3rd- Leunam Segure
  Open Finals
The junior division(17 and under) had 6 registered riders so we did a 3 race point system, all 6 riders raced together in 3 runs, 1st place got 5 points, 2nd place got 4 points and so on.  Ohio rider Troy Dycus dominated the Juniors, winning each of the 3 races.  PA local, Hayden Knott placed 3rd in his first race and then fought back to take 2nd in the last 2 races, clinching 2nd overall.  Rian Ciano just made 3rd place with 8 points, Ben Brown was close behind with 7 points.

1st- Troy Dycus
2nd- Hayden Knott
3rd- Rian Ciano
 There were some spills.

The grueling uphill Push Race presented by Carve 4 Cancer Foundation ended the competition Saturday.  2014 winner “Charles” yet again took 1st place with a strong pace that no one could match.  Close on his heels was 1st place downhill rider Scott Hurdleston.  Finishing off the podium was event
host, Rob Wheeler.  We raised $150 for the carve for cancer foundation!
1st- Charles
2nd- Scott Hurdleston
3rd- Rob Wheeler
 All photos from Dave Gammon (Photography) (