Bloss charges to 8th, Bogle 9th at Unadilla MX | SoCal SuperTrucks Supported Team RockyMountain ATV/MC Race Report

Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC returned to racing as round ten of the 2019 Pro Motocross Championship made it’s annual stop to the historic Unadilla MX in New Berlin, NY. Justin Bogle and Benny Bloss both had solid days, putting in rides that earned them top-ten finishes.


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Justin Bogle launched out of the gate in moto one, and rounded the first turn nearly grabbing the holeshot. He would put on a fight inside the front pack, as he battled for position inside the top five for the first half of the race. He would eventually slide back a few positions to take the checkered flag in 10th place. Another solid start for Justin in moto two allowed him to battle inside the top ten. The #19 rider hit his lines every lap to cross the finish line in 9th place, taking home 9th overall for the day. 

“Today was a good day,” said Bogle. “I felt good out on this track today, and to get that good start in the first moto was awesome. I am ready to push and keep this momentum going for the last two rounds.”


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Benny Bloss’ first moto would not start off as planned, as he would get tangled and start outside of the top thirty. Nevertheless, he would put his head down and within a couple of laps had charged his way to just outside the top ten. Benny went on to put in a late moto charge, pushing his way into the top ten to take the checkered flag in 9th. Benny started the second moto again having to make his way through the field, as he started 28th. He then got a second wind and blitzed his way to the front, passing nearly half the field to 10th place by the end of the first lap! He put himself in a much more opportune position and put on an impressive ride to 7th place at the checkered flag, ending the day 8th overall.

“It was a solid day,” said Bloss. “Unadilla is my kind of track, and I am happy with my ride today. I am looking forward to these last two rounds and ending the season strong.”

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