The Mammoth Motocross is an event that brings back great memories for me.
I started it in 1968 with Don Rake, Bobby Cooper and a few others, and we ran it for many years. At 44-years-old, it’s the oldest continuous-running motocross in the country and attracts some of the world’s best riders.
I raced in it until I was 83.
Our granddaughter Lindsi was there throughout the week to capture the action and we thought we’d share it here with you.
She did a great job catching the race and the atmosphere. She covered most of the track as well as a lot of the scene in the parking area.
This will be the first of two posts. Check back for the second sometime in the next few days.