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GBC Motorsports’ Unadilla AMA ATV Motocross Championship Report

GBC Motorsports' Travis Moore finished just outside the top 10 at Unadilla in the Pro ATV class.
GBC Motorsports' Travis Moore finished just outside the top 10 at Unadilla in the Pro ATV class.

Ontario, CA - July 21, 2011 - The GBC Motorsports team of Travis Moore and Nicholas Moser took to the notoriously rough Unadilla circuit last weekend for round 9 of the 2011 AMA ATV Motocross Championships. Despite the unfavorable conditions, both Moore and Moser were able to put in consistent rides.

Travis Moore’s problems came at the beginning of the first Pro moto, after a collision with another rider had Moore starting from the back. From there, Moore had a tremendous challenge ahead of him to make up positions and points. By the end of the moto, the GBC Motorsports rider had made it up to thirteenth position.

Moore ran into more problems at the start of the second Pro moto, but he was determined to improve on his first moto score. With the help of his GBC Tires, Moore was able to work his way up to the ninth spot, leaving him in eleventh overall on the day.

In the Pro-Am Unlimited class, GBC rider Nicholas Moser was able to put in two solid top-15 finishes after some bad luck. Moser would finish the day 15th overall with 13-15 moto scores. Moser is currently sitting seventh in points.

The Pro-Am Production class saw Moser on the track again. Moser took a DNF in the first moto, though he was able to redeem himself the next moto with a 14th place finish. The result leaves Moser sitting in eighth in the points standings.

The tenth round of the 2011 AMA ATV Motocross Championships will be held at the famed Red Bud MX in Buchanan, MI on July 30-31. GBC Motorsports’ riders Travis Moore and Nicholas Moser will be anxious to improve their standings on the season.

About GBC Motorsports
GBC Motorsports has been building ATV tires for over 30 years. Manufactured under the Greenball name initially, in 1995, GBC Motorsports was formed to focus on bringing to the ATV and Powersports market performance tires for every riding style. GBC Motorsport’s passion is to provide the highest quality, best value,  and most innovative performance tires to the Powersports enthusiast.

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