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Mini Major Success: Highlights and Podium Finishes

The third annual Transworld Motocross Mini Major hit the starting gate at Milestone MX over this last weekend and the results were sensational for our mini riders. The three day event hosts beginner, open, and stock classes ranging from pee-wee’s to supermini’s. Riders aged four to sixteen come from all over the nation to attend some of the toughest line ups of mini racing on the west coast.  The action packed weekend continues to bring the future stars of the sport a competitive yet fun atmosphere that is truly catered to this section of the sport.  Our very own Austin Camden took home a grand total of eight moto wins this weekend, securing himself the overall in the packed classes of Pee-Wee open and Modified (7-8).  Kayden Fillhart fought hard for his fifth overall in the Pw50/Crf50/Jr50 class.  Ryan Mckey grasped third in the Pw50 open class. In the heavily stacked supermini classes, which feature rising stars such as Jett Reynolds and Ryder Difrancesco, our very own Scout Swing fought a serious battle to sustain an overall twenty-fourth place finish. Carter Dubach, a long time supporter of Oneal, also attended the event with his father, Doug Dubach, also known as the one and only Dr.D. Congratulations to all of our mini class riders, and thank you for being One of Us.