1975-02-19
Vol. 3  Issue 6 
   

Excellent Turnout For AME Bucks and Mud Part 1

February 9th 1975

Tim Lunde

AME-MX INDIAN DUNES PARK SUNDAY, FEB.  Read More... 


Excellent Turnout For AME Bucks and Mud Part 2

February 9th 1975

Joe Root

Jenkinson then began to get a second wind and charged back up to second before the finish.  Read More... 


Irwindale Raceway

February 7th 1975

Bill Rubly

IRWINDALE RACEWAY FRIDAY, FEB.  Read More... 


Moreno Valley MX at De Anza Cycle Park

February 8th 1975

The fog at De Anza this Saturday was thicker than Molly Blue Heavy and kept rolling in and out before practice could get underway.  Read More... 


Saturday Saddleback Motocross Racing

February 8th 1975

Mike Gillman

In last week's article I wrote "If you didn't race in this SAM event because you feared a muddy track you really made a mistake.  Read More... 


CMC-MX at Carlsbad Raceway

February 9th 1975

Rex Staten

The only way anyone could be comfortable watching the races today was to wear a gigantic Artie jacket, snow boots, a snow hat, mittens, a scarf and who knows what else.  Read More... 


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High School MX at Corona Raceway

February 7th 1975

The only two undefeated schools, Ramona and Upland, in the Inland Empire High School motocross league finally battled head to head last Friday, as one school would then remain unbeaten and at the top of the first division league standings.  Read More... 


High School Motocross at Ascot Park

February 8th 1975

Gary Pendleton

David Taylor scored his second straight overall win last Saturday at Ascot Park, as he rode to victory in the 125 Expert class in the third high school motocross qualifier.  Read More... 


High School MX at OCIR

February 6th 1975

Three across the High Schoolers go for a corner out at OCIR during Thursday night racing action. Corley photo

All right High School motocross has returned to Orange County International Raceway.  Read More... 


Excellent Turnout For AME Bucks and Mud Part 1



Tim Lunde, riding for himself, was looking good in the mud as he won the 125 Pro class. Gee, does that mean Kelly gets another bike Tim? Photo by Chris Hatounian

AME at Indian Dunes
Sunday February 9, 1975
By: Chris
 Hatounian

AME-MX INDIAN DUNES PARK SUNDAY, FEB.9 STORY AND PHOTOS BY CHRIS HATOUNIAN "Barney, get your bunz up! It's time to get up and get ready for the races! "Huh, how, who, why? But jeez Jeff, it's rainin' like a sumbitch! "So what? A little rain never hurt anyone! Besides, today's race is going to be put on by American Motocross Enterprises with a six-hundred dollar purse for the Pros and fifty percent trophys for the sportsman! "I don't care if it's a thousand dollars purse today! It's rainin! There were probably about 500 people around with the exact same words as Jeff and Barney. And there were about one-hundred and fifty with a different opinion. Aqua-motocrossers don't come in large quantities but they still come. And today brought out more than the usual "wet" crowd. As you've probably gathered, AME isn't or hasn't been the dry club for more than one of their past races. Jerry Shore should reconsider on the club name. American Mudocross Enterprises? Anyway, they came out to race and the stakes were pretty high too. And Pro's out were Jim West, Eddie Cole, Tim Lunde, Billy Payne, Willy Harper, David Taylor, DeWayne Jones and many others. Many many others. In fact, it was one of the best Pro rider turnouts that AME has ever produced!  Read More... 


Excellent Turnout For AME Bucks and Mud Part 2



Joe couldn't always get his bike started, but when he did and it was running, look out. Joe was going for the cash. Photo by Chris Hatounian

AME at Indian Dunes
Sunday February 9, 1975
By: Chris
 Hatounian

Jenkinson then began to get a second wind and charged back up to second before the finish. Overall, mister photogenic hisself, Ed Cole took top money on his Steve's Bultaco. Payne captured second for Revell with Dave Zahrt taking third. Read More...