Race News & Updates


For years, Alex Martin was the golden boy of Millville. Alongside Ryan Dungey, they were the local boys that made it big. Dungey had the higher profile, but he grew up a few hours away. It was Martin whose parents, John and Greta, owned and operated the track. It was Martin who grew up riding the track. It was Martin who made his professional debut here in 2008.

But it was Jeremy, Alex’s younger brother, who got the first win at Millville.

Post Race Update - 7/19/2014 - Spring Creek National - Millville, MN - Motocross

Spring Creek MX in Millville, Minnesota hosted Round 8 of the Lucas Oil/AMA Pro Motocross Series this past weekend. Alex Martin’s family owns the Spring Creek MX facility, and he actually grew up on the beautiful piece of property that houses the world-class racetrack. Martin enjoyed being home for the weekend, and the Millville fans were especially receptive of the local hero.

Post Race Update - 7/12/2014 - Budds Creek National - Mechanicsville, MD - Motocross

The Lucas Oil/AMA Pro Motocross Series took to the hills of the Budds Creek MX facility outside of Washington, D.C. this weekend for Round 7. The host of the 2007 Motocross of Nations, Budds Creek is a legendary facility that provides one of the best spectator vantage points on the entire circuit. Alex Martin came into the weekend off of his season best performance the previous week at Red Bud, and looked to log another top 10 result.

2014 Road to Loretta Lynn's

Elite & Amatuer racing is a huge part of our culture! The CycleTrader.com Rock River Yamaha Race Team supports and promotes the riders at this level. Each week we will highlight up and coming riders as they work their way through Regional Qualifiers to reach the 2014 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship presented by AMSOIL.

Mackenzie Tricker Doubles Up At Mammoth - MX Sports

Mackenzie Tricker continues to dominate the 2014 AMA Women’s Motocross Championship series by taking an impressive overall victory at this weekend’s Monster Energy Mammoth Mountain Motocross at Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort in Mammoth Lakes, California.

Tricker was strong from the get-go and grabbed the holeshot in each moto, as the Australian motocross star and Yamaha factory rider pulled away to top the Women’s class podium with a perfect 1-1 score.

Post Race Update - 6/28/2014 - Muddy Creek National - Blountville, TN - Motocross

After a week off from racing, the Lucas Oil/AMA Pro National series started up again this weekend at Muddy Creek Raceway in Blountville, Tennessee for Round 5 of the series. Its second year on the schedule, Muddy Creek drew another large crowd of avid motocross fans from throughout the country. The weather was a factor this weekend, as rains from the previous day made for a slick racing surface, and created many of deep ruts as the day wore on.

Post Race Update - 6/7/2014 - Thunder Valley National - Lakewood, CO - Motocross

The Lucas Oil/AMA Outdoor Nationals hit Colorado this weekend for round 3 of the series. Being the first round out of California, all of the riders seemed to enjoy the better traction provided by the loamy Colorado soil. Lap times were just over the 2 minute mark, and the Thunder Valley course looked to provide a great venue for another action packed day of racing.

Post Race Update - 5/24/2014 - Glen Helen National - San Bernardino, CA - Motocross

The 2014 Lucas Oil/AMA Outdoor National series kicked off at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, California this weekend in front of a reported crowd of over 27,000 fans. Both Ben LaMay and Alex Martin are coming into the series healthy, and looking forward to taking their racing outdoors for the Summer. The Glen Helen round is back on the schedule for the first time since 2009, and has since been updated with a few new jump sections to go along with their world famous hills.


The Cycle Trader.com Rock River Yamaha team ended the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross Championship with a bang by putting all three active riders in the mains, a record for the team, with each rider posting (or matching, in Alex Martin’s case) their best finish of the entire season. By itself it was a fantastic night, but to understand how meaningful those results truly are, you have to know the team’s story.

CycleTrader.com Rock River Yamaha Race Team 2014 AMA Supercross Season Wrap-Up

Saturday, May 3rd ended the Monster Energy AMA Supercross 2014 season. The year started with both a bang, adding CycleTrader.com as the title sponsor, and with dismay, after Ben Lamay crashed during 450SX practice causing serious injury right before Week 1 in Anaheim, CA. Ben Lamay would recover and return to racing later in the season.

Post Race Update - 5/3/2014 - Las Vegas, NV - Supercross

Las Vegas Supercross Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada played host to the grand finale of the 2014 Monster Energy/AMA Supercross Series this past weekend. A sell-­‐out crowd of 35,509 fans were on hand to take in the action, and there was an excitement throughout the pits in anticipation of the last race of the year. The track had the traditional Las Vegas SX layout, taking the riders outside of the stadium with a high-­‐ speed sweeper turn and ski jump section.

Post Race Update - 4/13/2014 - Seattle, WA - Supercross

The Pacific Northwest was the place to be this weekend as the Monster Energy/AMA Supercross Series traveled to Seattle, Washington for round 15. CenturyLink Field; home of the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks packed in 53,927 Supercross fans for the night of racing. In his fourth race back this season, Ben LaMay considers Seattle his “Home SX,” as this round is closest to his native Alaska. He came into the weekend looking to better his season best result of 16th overall.

Post Race Update - 4/6/2014 - Houston, TX - Supercross

Houston SX In the second visit to the Lone Star State of the season, the Monster Energy/AMA Supercross Series hit Houston, TX this weekend for round 14. Reliant Stadium, home of the NFL’s Houston Texans housed the 49,759 fans on hand for the night of racing. Our only rider for the weekend, Ben LaMay came into the weekend feeling strong after his 16th place finish the previous week in his first Main Event of the season in St. Louis.

Post Race Update - 3/29/2014 - St. Louis, MO - Supercross

The Monster Energy/AMA Supercross tour continued this weekend as we landed in St. Louis, Missouri for round 13. A big crowd of 60,213 fans were in attendance at the Edward Jones Dome, a new record for this particular round and the second biggest showing of this season. We welcome Ben LaMay back this weekend, joining 250 Class teammate Alex Martin. Martin came into St. Louis looking for his 3rd top 10 finish in a row, and to maintain his favorable 10th position in the 250 Class overall points standings.

Post Race Update - 3/22/2014 - Toronto - Supercross

Our only trip North of the U.S. border took place this weekend with the Monster Energy/AMA Supercross series landing in Toronto, Canada for round 12. 48,892 fans were in attendance at the Rogers Centre in downtown Toronto, which typically serves as home for Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays. The CycleTrader.com/Rock River Yamaha team would only feature 250 Class contender Alex Martin this weekend, as both 450 Class riders Kyle Chisholm and Ben LaMay were forced to sit out due to injury.

Post Race Update - 2/22/2014 - Atlanta, GA - Supercross

The Monster Energy/AMA Supercross Series continued it’s East Coast swing with Round 8 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA this weekend in front of a packed crowd of 69,785 fans. This race is always a special one for the CycleTrader.com / Rock River Yamaha team, as it serves as the unofficial "home race" for us; as Atlanta is the home of Roost MX and our Team Manager Christina Denney.


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