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Stoney Series Banquet - Saturday November 8th, 2014


The annual Stoney Series Banquet is by invitation only for those racers that qualified by participating in a minimum of four events during the 2014 series. Invitations have been mailed and we look forward to a great night of recognition and awarding those racers with fantastic products provided by our loyal series sponsors.

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Cregg takes the Race and the 2014 Series Overall




The fifth and final round of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held on the club property near Columbus Indiana. The dry conditions required significant course preparation in order to minimize the dangers of dust. The riders were routed throughout the entire property with the big bikes getting the opportunity to conquer the infamous Coxy's hill. In addition to the typical trails, several ravines and hill climbs were thrown in to give a new perspective to the property.
The PeeWee racers started the days events at 9:00 a for a thirty minute race. Drew Wilkerson rode a smooth and error free race landing him the PeeWee Mix victory. Van Adams had no issues with the dust or traffic and put his KTM back on the top spot taking the overall win from the second row.
SLMC The youth bikes faced a shorter 2.3 mile course which included new trails running through tight sapling sections. Dawson Zimmer, Jarred Polly and Casey Moore came through the first lap in a wheel to wheel formation giving a clear indication that we were going to see some fantastic racing. Landon LaMaster and Lance Maschino were also battling wheel to wheel in the 85CC class which enabled them to slowly close the gap on the Super Mini class running out front. As the race evolved, Polly took over the super mini lead and ultimately the victory, but LaMaster and Maschino took the two top spots in the overall with adjusted time. Garrett Mundy was absolutely on a mission to win the race and secure the 2014 65CC class championship. He rode a flawless race taking the class win and the 9th spot overall.

The Adult bikes lined up for the riders meeting, national anthem and an on time start with the flag dropping at 12:00 sharp. The tighter 5.5 mile course was laid out in an attempt to minimize the dust and keep the race at a reasonable and safe speed. Jeff Cregg charged into the dry wood in front of the AA class and was able to hold on to that lead for the entire race. John Maschino gave it a good shot, but was unable to close the 20 second gap Cregg had created. In the end, Cregg held on for the win, extending his lead to just slightly over a minute after 2 hours of hare scramble racing. Several class battle were taking place during the race that ultimately would decide the 2014 series championships. It was interesting to hear the race recaps from all the riders in the post race conversations.

Stoney Lonesome would like to thank the spectators, all the riders that participated in this event and would like to Thank our Dedicated Sponsors for their support of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Series !!

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Maschino Tops the Stoney Lonesome MC Fourth Round




SLMC The fourth round of five for the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held on the club property near Columbus Indiana. The course preparation included a significant amount of cutting, pruning and weed eating. The course layout was setup to be much tighter and more technical than previous courses. Not so technical that average riders would struggle, but technical enough to make it a challenge to go fast and would keep riders on their toes the entire time. Mother nature decided to add a twist to thing when over an inch of rain fell in 40 minutes the night before the race. Fortunately, the heavy rain ran off through the low spots and the track was capable of supporting the conditions.
The PeeWee racers faced the slickest conditions of the day starting at 9:00 a for a thirty minute race. Drew Wilkerson, once again, pushed hard to take the PeeWee Premix class victory, but fell just short of taking the overall. Van Adams had no issues with the conditions and put his KTM on the top spot taking the overall win from the second row.
The youth bikes faced a 2.7 mile course which included the motocross section of the property. Jarred Polley was on a mission to take the Super mini win and appeared to cruise through the hour long race with no issues and took the Super Mini class win and Overall victory. Lance Maschino was piloting his Kawasaki 85CC with hopes of taking the overall victory, but fell 4 seconds short of Polley's time. Garrett Mundy appeared to have the 65CC win locked up until he made a mistake on the lap last opening up the door for Preston Reichenba to take over the lead and secure the 65CC class win.

The Adult bikes had a good showing with 123 racers lining up ready to race for a class win and enjoy the well known and rocky cabin hill. The 5.4 mile course provided a unique and different experience that most racers had not seen on the property. Many older trails and tight sapling tree sections where included in an attempt to tighten and slow down the lap times. At the same time, it provided a good flow to keep it fun. Jeff Cregg fired his KTM300 and hit the woods first followed by GNCC XC2 Pro Chris Douglas and long time Stoney racer John Maschino. Cregg had a pretty bad crash on the second lap and fell off the pace of Douglas and Maschino, but was able to hang on and finish third overall. Douglass and Maschino, however, hooked up and were racing wheel to wheel the entire time. Douglas appeared to poised to win his first ever Stoney Lonesome MC race, but Maschino was hanging right in there and was the first to take the white flag. Almost 15 minutes later, Maschino was hard on the gas with Douglas looking for any opening to make a last second pass. Douglas made his final attempt two corners from the home check, but went down in the slick conditions. John Maschino hung on to take the overall win followed by Douglass and Cregg rounding out the top three.

Stoney Lonesome would like to thank the spectators, all the riders that participated in this event and would like to Thank our Dedicated Sponsors for their support of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Series !!

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Stoney Lonesome MC Third Round a Big Success




SLMC The third round of five for the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held on the club property near Columbus Indiana. The weather forecasts were calling for weekend rain all week, but it never materialized and not a drop fell on the property all week. This created sections of dusty powder, areas of berm build up and late race choppy acceleration and braking bumps. The PeeWee racers kicked off the day at 9:00 a for a thirty minute race taking almost four minutes a lap. Drew Wilkerson pushed hard to take the PeeWee Premix class victory, but fell just short of taking the overall. Van Adams closed the gap early in the race from the second row, fell back due to a few crashes, but recovered well and charge back to take the overall on adjusted time.
The youth bikes hit the two mile trail next with three rows blazing into the rugged Stoney terrain. Dawson Zimmer looked like he was on a mission early, but unknown to him, Chase Terry was burning up the trail and closing the gap from the second row. Later in the race, Terry took the physical lead of the race and held on for the overall win. Landon Lamaster and Lance Maschino rounded out the youth overall top three, all from the 85CC class.

The Adult bikes had a good showing with 129 racers lining up ready to attack the infamous Coxy's hill and the driveway dip. The 5.7 mile course took the riders throughout the entire property including a climb up Coxy's hill, fast flowing trails and a few surprise mud holes thrown in here and there. Jeff Cregg fired his KTM300 and hit the woods first followed by an impressive AA pack. Chris Bach was able to make a pass when Cregg encountered the first mud hole just past the four mile mark. Bach and Cregg settled into the first and second place positions for the remainder of the race. The battle for third was quite exciting and Jake Fiddler and John Maschino hooked up and hammered through the trails. Maschino was able to outlast Fiddler and land himself on the podium after a tough two hour race on a classic Stoney course.

Unfortunately, a minor network glitch prevented the live readouts showing rider placements for the participants and spectators, but the scoring crew put all priority in maintaining the integrity of the data to ensure accurate and fair results.

Stoney Lonesome would like to thank the spectators, all the riders that participated in this event and would like to Thank our Dedicated Sponsors for their support of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Series !!

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MAXC/Stoney Lonesome MC Co-Sanctioned Riley Race a Success




SLMC The second round of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held at the Lawrence County Recreation Park as a Co-Sanctioned event with MAXC. Saturdays activities included trail rides, obstacle courses and a mud bog. The ward and dry weather helped bring a large crowd of participants, but made for a long day for the water truck driver.
Sundays race day brought very different conditions. The weather changed overnight and the rain began about midnight creating some very slick and greasy conditions on the course. The day started off with the Youth Mini racers getting the pleasure of the slickest conditions. Jared Polley rode hard and charge to take a commanding overall win followed by Langdon Feltner and Lance Maschino rounding out the top three. The PeeWee racers followed the Mini quad event with Van Adams winning his second consecutive PeeWee Injector race.
The Adult bikes had a good showing with over 200 racers lining up on the starting lines. The race event followed the MAXC starting rows which resulted in a standard Stoney Lonesome class being divided into several rows. This was sure to present some challenges for those racers shooting for a Stoney class win. With a seven mile course and continued slick conditions, the AA class was running at 20 minutes a lap resulting in a 5 lap race. Teddy Mullins took an early and commanding lead and was never challenged by the AA field. Duel Murphy had a rough first lap, but charged hard on the white flag and caught second place Jeff Cregg only to bend his sprocket and break a chain guide ending his day. In the end, Mullins took the win followed by Cregg and Lucas Statom.

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Stoney Lonesome would like to thank the MAXC crew, all the riders that participated in this event and would like to Thank our Dedicated Sponsors for their support of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Series !!

It was great to see all the dedicated riders that came out to support the Riley Children's Hospital Trail Ride and Race. We are interested in your feedback, please - Click here and let us know what your thoughts

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Opening round of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome MC Series




SLMC The first round of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held at the Club property just west of Columbus Indiana on Sunday June 1st. With a weather forecast calling for rain all week leading up to the event, the Trail Boss and crew prepared the course expecting a mud-fest. Fortunately, the rain never came, and the concerns quickly switched to potential issues with dust. Fortunately, there was enough moisture in the ground that the trails in the woods were perfect, but sections of the open areas did have dust. The PeeWee race was staged and left the line at 9:00 am to kick off the 2014 series. Drew Wilkerson and Gabe Day were setting the pace early on in the Pre-Mixed class and Van Adams was running away in the Injector class. By the end of the third lap, it was clear that Adams was contending for the overall from the second row. Adams eventually made it past the two front runners and started checking out. In the end, Adams landed the overall for the PeeWee race with Wilkerson and Day following close behind.

In the Youth Mini race, Langdon Feltner powered his Honda 150 into the early lead and found himself running all alone out front for the entire hour. behind Feltner, a battle for the 85CC class was as close as they get. Lance Maschino and Chase Terry were putting on a show as they ran wheel to wheel swapping the lead. Going into the white flag lap, Terry had the lead, but Maschino was not giving up. The intensity of their race pushed both riders to the point that they were able to take over the top two spots in the overall by time adjusted with Maschino landing his first Youth Overall at Stoney Lonesome. Garrett Mundy also rode a flawless race landing the 65CC class win.

The Adult race was scheduled to take off at 12:00 with 112 riders lined up in their appropriate rows. With the riders meeting completed, the pre-race prayer finished, the ten second call was given and the race started at 12:00 sharp. Jeff Cregg took an early lead and was able to cruise to an overall victory winning by a five minute margin. Behind Cregg, the racing was very intense. The Open A riders of Eric Douglass, Vince Smith, Dillon Ramey and Anthony Wagler were not going to make it easy for each other. With the race length being extended to two hours, endurance and strategy were clearly going to play a roll. As the race ran on, Smith finally took the lead and was able to hold off Douglass to take the Open A win and the second place Overall with Douglass getting 2nd in Open A and 3rd Overall.

Once again, Stoney Lonesome would like to thank all the riders that participated in this event and would like to Thank our Dedicated Sponsors for their support of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Series !!

It was great to see all the dedicated riders that came to Stoney. We are interested in your feedback, please - Click here and let us know what your thoughts

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The 2014 Stoney Lonesome MC Series




The first round of the 2014 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series is just around the corner. We are excited to welcome back our long standing series sponsors as well as many new series sponsors for 2014. These sponsors make it possible for Stoney to run such a great series and provide our riders with many prizes and awards at our year end banquet.



Stoney Championship Hare Scrambles Series

June 1st
June 8th (Co-Sanctioned with MAXC at Lawrence County Rec Park - Riley Miracle Race)
August 3rd
August 24th
September 28th

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Stoney Lonesome MC Series 2014 FCA Offroad Camp Youth Raffle


FCA

Stoney Lonesome Motorcycle Club is pleased to announce that we will be raffling off a free entry to the FCA Offroad Camp held right here in Southern Indiana.

Indiana Offroad Camp 2014
July 16-20



Stoney Lonesome MC will raffle off this FCA Offroad Camp scholarship at our first race on June 1st, 2014. The raffle will be open to all riders under the age of 18 years and registered for the June 1st Stoney Lonesome MC series race. The raffle will take place at the conclusion of the awards ceremonies for the adult big bike race. Riders must be registered and participate in the event, but do not need to be present for the drawing.

FCA Website and information

Stoney Lonesome MC Series 2014 Dirtwise Academy Certificate


Dirtwise

Stoney Lonesome MC is proud to announce that the Dirtwise Academy is sponsoring the 2014 Stoney Series with a Certificate for one person to attend an academy of their choice.

Racers must participate in all five of our 2014 schedule events to be eligible for the drawing. The drawing for this certificate will be held during our year end series banquet.

Dirtwise Academy and information

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