- The second round
of the NEATV-MX series was held at the well known
MX338 in Southwick, Massachusetts. Race day saw
sunny skies, but with a cool temperature and some
strong winds that would pass through making the
track quite dusty at times. Throughout the day,
the track became difficult to ride, with big breaking
and sharp edged accelerating bumps that formed
as the day went on. Even some of the best, most
fit riders, found this track to be very difficult
Performance/Can-Am's Josh Creamer took
the overall win in the Pro & Pro-Am
Class at MX338
BCS Performance / Can-Am rider Josh Creamer started
off the line in second staying close with Can-Am
rider, Richard Pelchat in the first Pro moto.
After the first few laps, Creamer was able to
charge by Pelchat and rode hard in order to gain
distance from the rest of the pack, and took the
win in the first moto.
In the second Pro moto, Maxxis Tires Josh Creamer
shot off the line taking the holeshot, and gaining
a strong lead which would result in a second
moto win, and a first overall in the Pro class.
"My BCS powered Can-Am DS 450 shot off
the line, those Maxxis tires were hooking up,
which helped me take the holeshot and the win,"
Josh Creamer grabbed the Pro Moto 2 Holeshot
aboard his BCS Performance powered Can-Am
DS450 ATV at NEATV-MX Round 2
Southside Polaris has strived to put their
Polaris on the podium, and this weekend they
were able to do just that. Travis Moore rode
hard in both of his Pro motos. In the first
moto, Moore flew off the line into third, but
was passed by Deroy in the first lap. With the
help of JRI Shocks, Moore was able to fly through
tough parts of the track, even with a bad wrist.
Moore battled with Deroy for the next few laps
before making his move and taking over third.
Southside Polaris' Travis Moore placed
second overall in the Pro Class despite
hurting his wrist in Pro Moto 2
Travis Moore puts pressure on Can-Am's
Richard Pelchat before making the pass
to take over the 2nd spot
In the second Pro moto, Moore started off the
line in fifth and made quick work on Deroy and
Burbine in the first two laps, moving him into
third. Moore had Pelchat in his sites, and was
able to reel him in making his move into second.
Moore was gaining on Creamer, but hit a deep hole
that really tweaked his wrist he had hurt a couple
weeks back, and just kept a steady pace to finish
off the last couple laps. Moore would take a second
overall for the day.