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Eric Douglass/Jeff Cregg land on the rock

Keeping with tradition, the annual Stoney Team race is held the day following our series banquet. This years banquet was once again help at the Bartholomew County Fairgrounds with over 90 series participants being invited and winning the coveted blue Stoney Jacket. Congratulations of all of the 2013 winners and a special thanks to all of the dedicated Stoney Series Sponsors !!!

The near perfect weather brought out 51 big bike teams and 13 individuals braving the 3 hr Ironman class. The morning Mini bike team race consisted of 6 two man teams and 2 Ironman riders.

The Mini team race participants had the pleasure of firing off into the leaf covered trails which are notorious for hiding the treacherous roots, ruts and rocks. Shortly into the race, Kayden Young (Ironman) took the overall lead followed close behind by the team of Ethan Sowder and Dawson Dunnuck. The team of Jarred Polley and Camden Hadley were a very close third. in the race, young broke a chain which caused him to exit the event. The team of Sowder/Dunnuck assumed the overall lead and successfully held off the charge from Polley/Hadley.

The Big Bikes were presented with a 4.8 mile course for the 3 hour event. The course was shortened from previous events in order to allow more rider changing and to be more spectator friendly. Eric Douglass and Jeff Cregg led the entire race, but had a close scare late in the last hour. A malfunction on Douglass's bike caused him to run on foot to get Cregg and get back to the bike and get the necessary transfer tag. Fortunately, the time lost was minimal and they were able to maintain the lead over the team of Luke and Logan Chilman.

Once again, Stoney Lonesome would like to thank all the riders that participated in this years team race, our 2013 Series and would like to Thank our Dedicated Sponsors for their support of the 2013 Stoney Lonesome Series !!

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Cregg Takes Round #6 - Chilman Takes the 2013 Series

The sixth and final round of the 2013 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held on Sunday October 6th during a tremendous rainfall. Several reports had the rainfall at almost 3 inches in 24 hours ad the club experienced a transformer blowout mid way through the mini race. The electric company responded very quickly and had power restored prior to the start of the big bike race. I was refreshing to see the dedicated racers that showed up to brave the conditions. The tracks were prepared in expectation that the rain was coming and it would be "nasty". In the PeeWee race, 9 riders lined up ready to claim victory. Drew Wilkerson was rolling with the early lead, but soon gave way to Blake Fleetwood. Fleetwood never stopped charging and landed a PeeWee Pre Mix victory in the wet conditions. Van Adams came to the race with a goal of the top podium spot. His very smooth riding and very consisten lap times helped him accoplish that goal. The Mini race consisted of only 12 racers in three rows, but each one of them were ready to contend for the win. Dawson Dunnuck landed the Super Mini Holeshot and never looked back. After building a comfortable lead, Dunnuck cruised to the overall wim. Lance Maschino, starting in the second row, had his sights set on a top three overall finish. By the third lap, MAschino had taken over second place overall and rode consistant enough to maintain that pot. Chase Terry pushed hard in the 65cc class to take the win. Ethan Sowder gave it his all, but just could quite close the gap. Reed Day put in a solid ride to take the 3rd place spot in the class.
This Big Bike course consisted of 6.9 miles of technical terrain, but avoided most of the nasty hills and ravines that make a mud race so challenging. Luke Chilman took the holeshot and led the AA pack for a brief period before Jeff Cregg poured it on and assumed the lead. Cregg was able to keep it together and ultimately take the win for Round #6 with Chilman taking second place overall and Dillon Ramey landing the third place overall from the second row. Stoney Lonesome would like to thank all the riders that participated in this race, our 2013 Series and would like to Congratulate Luke Chilman for his 2013 Stoney Lonesome Series Overall Championship !!

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Labor Day Weekend Turns out Great for Round #5

The fifth round of the 2013 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held on Sunday September 1st during the Labor Day Weekend. It is not ideal to hold a race during the last holiday weekend of the summer, but scheduling conflicts made it un-avoidable. Leading up the the race, the area had experienced an extreme dry spell which was creating the potential of a lot of dust. The course had been laid out in the weedy/grassy and wooded sections in an attempt to slow the riders down and minimize dust. The skies opened up the night before the event and Stoney received some much needed rain without impacting track conditions. In the PeeWee race, 13 riders heading onto the track looking for that victory. Blake Fleetwood ran away with the PreMix race and rode all alone most of the event. Hagan Weiderstatz had plans on winning yet another PeeWee Injector race, but Van Adams came in and spoiled those hopes. The Mini race consisted of only 25 racers in three rows, but each one of them were ready to contend for the win. John Henry Robinson wasted no time getting to the first corner, but swung out wide allowing Dawson Dunnuck to assume the lead. Coming off of a bad start, Riley Walsh worked his way through the group and took over the second place spot about midway through the race. It looks like the Super Mini Championship is coming down to the 6th and final event. Lance Maschino took the 85CC win and the 65CC class was topped by Chase Terry. This Big Bike course consisted of 6.0 miles of flowing terrain which included the famous Coxy's hill and the ever rocky cabin hill along with quite a bit of off camber sections. Jeff Cregg took the holeshot and led the AA pack, never looking back. The Open A class provided the crowd with some very exiting racing. Anthony Wagler finally prevailed with Jesse PArr and Dillon Ramey coming in a close 2nd and 3rd. Back in the 250 B class, Eric Douglass and Vince Smith put on a show as well. Smith led the first 5 laps by mere seconds, until falling on the last lap allowing Douglass to assume the lead. Douglass pushed even harder and landed a win in the 250B class as well as a 3rd overall in the race.

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The 25th Annual Buffaloe 500 is in the Books !

Weather = Perfect, Trails = Stunning, Food = Superb!! - This combinations leads to the conclusion that this years Annual Buffaloe 500 Dual Sport and Adventure Ride was one of the best in our 25 years of holding the event!

There were well over 150 riders on Saturday and Sunday participating in the Dual Sport Ride. Saturday consisted of 125 total miles with over 60 miles of trails on 6 properties. The properties included some virgin trails, grass tracks and one property that included over 20 continuous miles of trail. We once again included the gas stop at Crouch Market located in Pikes Peak as the mid-way point of the ride. The members of Stoney Lonesome would like to thank all of the sponsors that make this possible as well as all of the riders that made the trip from several states. We trust that nothing was too difficult and all enjoyed the weekend. We hope to see everyone again next year!

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Near perfect day for Round #4

The fourth round of the 2013 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held on Sunday July 28th during a near perfect day. The small amount of rain on Saturday morning was exactly what was needed to keep the dust away, yet not be slick and slimy. In the PeeWee race, 10 riders heading onto the track looking for a win. Blake Fleetwood ran away with the PreMix race and rode all alone most of the event. Hagan Weiderstatz spent most of the race recovering from a bad start and finally assumed the lead near the end of the race to take the Injector class win. The Mini race consisted of only 16 racers in three rows, but each one of them were ready to contend for a vistory. John Henry Robinson wasted no time getting into the lead of the Super Mini class which he held all the way to the end. Lance Maschino took the 85CC win and the 65CC class was topped by Chase Terry. This Big Bike course consisted of 6.5 miles of flowing terrain which included the infamous Coxy's hill and a new ravine that dropped into the bottoms near the back side of the property. Lucas Statom snagged the holeshot and led the AA pack into the woods bypassing the main check on the first lap. At the end of the first lap, Luke Chilman had assumed the lead followed closely by Jeff Cregg and Austin Lee. As the track took shape, the lap times decreased to the point that the scoring crew knew we would have a 6 lap event running slightly over the hour and a half mark. At the two lap board, Jeff Cregg had the lead and was able to maintain it following his fuel break. Austin Lee had overtaken Chilmans 2nd place spot, but only by a few seconds. In the end, Cregg held on for the win followed by Lee and Chilman with NAthan Sullivan and Lucas Statom rounding out the top five.

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The weather holds off - Perfect day

The third round of the 2013 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held on Saturday July 7th with the threat of rain forecasted for several days leading up to the event. The property received some rain on Saturday morning, but not enough to impact the conditions. The courses were laid out with a "high and dry" approach in every attempt to make it an enjoyable race regardless of mother nature. The PeeWee bikes hit the track first with 9 riders ready to stake their claim to a class victory. While Blake Fleetwood rode a very smooth race in the front row of PeeWee Pre-Mix, Hagan Weiderstatz was on a mission from the second row. While Weiderstatz never physically passed Fleetwood, he was able to close the gap enough to take the overall on the PeeWee race. The Mini race consisted of only 16 racers in three rows, but each one of them were ready for battle. Tate Smith landed a hole shot into the woods, but quickly gave way to Langdon Feltner in his very first super mini race, but relinquished the lead to Dawson Dunnuck around the one mile mark. Dawson Dunnuck took the Super Mini and overall win followed by John Henry Robinson and Langdon Feltner. The 85CC class was won by Lance "the machine" Maschino with Garrett Mundy taking the 65CC win. This Big Bike course consisted of 6.2 miles of flowing terrain which attempted to avoid all bottle necks and 'overly challengining" obsticles. Luke Chilman struck first with the holeshot followed closely by Jeff Cregg and John Maschino. Chilman led the firt three laps, but gave up the lead to Cregg shortly after the 2 lap board was given. Maschino put on a charge to close the 15 second gap, but fell short of advancing a position on either Chilman or Cregg. In the end, Cregg was able to hold off Chilman and Maschino to take the win in round #3.

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Stoney welcomes our newest Platinum Sponsor

Stoney Lonesome Motorcycle Club is pleased to welcome our newest Platinum sponsor PIT POSSE

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Fiddler Takes Round #1

The first round of the 2013 Stoney Lonesome Harescramble Series was held on Saturday April 27th with the threat of rain forecasted during the Big Bike race. Fortunately, the rain stayed south and saved the racers from what could have been miserable conditions. The PeeWee bikes hit the track first with 11 riders wanting the first win of the season. Blake Fleetwood was on a mission in the Pre-mix class as was Hagan Weidersatz in the Injector class. Weidersatz charged hard throughout the race and actually won the overall PeeWee by less than one second on adjusted time. The Mini race consisted of 27 racers in three rows. Dawson Dunnuck took the Super Mini and overall win followed by John Henry Robinson and Riley Walsh. The 85CC class was the largest of the three and provided some good competition. Lance Maschino struggled on his first lap, but gained control and rode consistently and fast enough to take the 85CC class victory followed by Clayton Ferguson and Ryan Sacco. The 65CC class saw Ethan Sowder battle with Colton Beavers on the first lap, but Beavers dropped out leaving a clear path for Sowder to run away with the win. This Big Bike course covered over 7 miles on the property and had 112 riders in the field. Jake Fiddler followed on Jeff Cregg's wheel the entire race and made a last lap pass during a hill climb and held on for the victory. Luke Chilman took the 3rd spot in the AA class. The race went well for some and not so good for others. Some unintentional mix-ups early in the race required the use of the woods check transponder scoring system. Unfortunately, this caused confusion and frustration for many involved and was difficult to work through. The club will be reviewing all aspects of the event and working to understand what can be done to improve the situations that can occur during a race.

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The first round of the 2013 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 2013. These sponsors make it possible for Stoney to run such a great seires and provide our riders with many prizes and awards at our year end banquet.

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