3C Ranch, XMC host AMRA races

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Colton Calmes traverses the steep terrain of the mini course. Photo by Jonathan Barrett

  The Arizona Motorcycle Riders Association’s championship series presented by Motocity Anthem brought riders to 3C Ranch in Oracle, Arizona for the round 3 stop for big bikes, and round 2 stop for the minis.

  Xtreme MC hosted the event with over 60 volunteers sweeping, flagging and scoring.

  With a cool 60 degrees throughout the day, the weather was perfect for riders to test their skills on the tight, technical course. Racing through deep canyons, inclines and declines, all racers from the Pro class to the C class were challenged.

  Local boy, Johnny Smallhouse was declared one of the overall top 10  big course riders, placing third in the 65cc 10-11 year old class.

  For more information, visit AMRRacing.com.

Mitch Carvolth climbs toward a second place finish in the AA class. Photo by Jonathan Barrett

Chase Haynes leads Dominic Craighill on lap 1 of the Supermini race. Photo by Jonathan Barrett

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