AMERICAN FLAT TRACK

Rolling Wheels Half-Mile – Elbridge, NY – July 8, 2017

The 2017 American Flat Track season returned to racing in front of a sold-out crowd in Eldridge, NY, and Bell Helmets’ Jared Mees had a perfect night of racing, leading the main event wire-to-wire. This race marked Mees’ 25th overall career victory as he put his Rogers Racing Indian Scout on top of the podium for the 5th time this season. “My team means the world to me. They never stop – just like me. We work extremely hard… you’ve definitely got to put in the hard work. We were good out of the box. From the first lap in practice to the last lap in the Main Event, I feel like we were the dominant guy and it showed.”

Mees is also leading the championship point series.

Jared Mees and his Indian Scout not only took the overall win at the Rolling Wheels Half-Mile, but also grabbed the cover of this week’s Cycle News. For a direct link to the complete article, simply click on the image above.
PRO MOTOCROSS
Round 7 –  Red Bull Southwick National – Southwick, MA – July 8, 2017

Southwick is known as one of the toughest tracks on the circuit, and Bell Helmets’ Eli Tomac proved, without question, he is the toughest guy in the series. Tomac easily won both motos to take the overall win. “We only have one really good sand track during the year and that is here at Southwick,” said Tomac. “It seems most guys either love or hate this track, but I’m a big fan of it and enjoy coming here. I think we’re in a good spot, points wise. We’re not really fighting anything on the motorcycle and it’s nice to head into the off weekend on a good note.”

Cooper Webb also had his best performance of the year at the “Wick,” placing his factory Yamaha on the podium in the first moto and finishing 5th in the second moto – taking 4th overall on the day.

In the 250 Class, Dylan Ferrandis posted 1/2 moto finishes to take 2nd overall on the day. Ferrandis is now 4th overall in the championship points. Seven of the top ten 250 class athletes rely on the Bell Moto-9 Flex helmet.

Eli Tomac went 1/1 on the day, dominating the 450 Class.
Cooper Webb had the fourth fastest qualifying time and posted his best results to date, landing on the podium in third in Moto One and getting 5th in Moto Two for 4th overall on the day.
Dylan Ferrandis won the first moto and followed up with a 2nd in Moto Two for 2nd overall.
Joey Savatgy posted 7/5 moto finishes for 6th overall on the day.
MOTOAMERICA ROAD RACING
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca – Monterey, CA – July 9, 2017

This weekend, the MotoAmerica race series shared the Laguna Seca track with the World Superbike series and put on a great show for the large, enthusiastic crowd.

Bell Helmets’ Mathew Scholtz posted the best results in the Superstock 1000 class by winning both his races. Scholtz now holds a solid lead in the series points. Both Cameron Beaubier and Josh Herrin were on the podium as well in the ultra competitive Superbike class. Beaubier finished 3rd on Saturday and Herrin finished 3rd on Sunday.
Mathew Scholtz won both races over the weekend and is in control of the championship points race in the Superstock 1000 class.
Cameron Beaubier finished 3rd overall on Saturday.
GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY SERIES
Round 9  – The Wiseco John Penton GNCC – Millfield, OH – July 9, 2017

After leading the XC1 Pro Class for most of the race, Bell Helmets’ Kailub Russell suffered another mechanical issue on the last lap and eventually finished 3rd overall. Russell is still leading the points series with four rounds remaining.

Layne Michael put his Bell Moto-9 Flex on top of the podium in the XC2 250 Pro Class. Bell’s Craig DeLong filled out the podium with a 3rd place finish.

Tayla Jones continued to dominate the WXC division by taking her 8th overall win on the season. Mackenzie Tricker placed 3rd.

Layne Michael and Craig DeLong placed their Moto-9 Flex helmets on the podium in the XC2 250 class at Round 9 of the GNCC series.
Make sure to follow these Bell Athletes to keep up with their race activities and results!
Josh Herrin put his Meen Motorsports Yamaha Superbike on the podium this weekend at Laguna Seca.
Not only is Jared Mees leading the point series in American Flat Track – but he is also a new daddy.
Bell Helmets’ Jake Gagne posted a 15th place finish in both Saturday and Sunday races at the World Superbike round this weekend at Laguna Seca – scoring his first WSB points.
Brooke Cosner took top honors in the Women’s Pro Class at the Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series. 
Tayla Jones did it again! Another overall win in the WXC division at this weekend’s Wiseco John Penton GNCC.
AMATEUR MOTOCROSS
Bell Helmets returns as the Official Helmet of the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship which takes place annually at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

Over 22,000 racers from across the globe attempt to qualify for the AMA Amateur National. With only 1,446 gate positions available, the event has earned the title of the world’s most prestigious amateur motocross race. The race will follow a three-moto format, taking place July 31 through August 5. Bell Helmets will also continue their support of the holeshot awards. With a total of 102 gate drops scheduled for 2017 at the Ranch, Bell will have $10,200 in gift certificates up for grabs the week of the national.

“Bell Helmets is excited to return as the official helmet of the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship,” said Rob Salcedo, MX Marketing Director for Bell Helmets. “As in the past, Bell will be on-site with our display unit and will be providing the $100 Gift Certificate Holeshot Award for every individual moto. Loretta Lynn’s is the premier amateur motocross in the world and Bell Helmets is proud to continue our relationship with this event.”

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