The dirt was looking primo before the first bike even hit the track.
And it begins! Good morning, day one.
There's something about being the very first bike on the track, before a weekend of racing...
The dozer dance.
...also there is the mud.
Carson Brown vs. Washougal whoops. 1 - 0
Tommy Weeck having a little fun in the first pro practuce of the weekend.
That Ohlins though...
Chris Howell jumping up out of the valley in Saturday A.M. practice.
17th Annual team photo.
Tommy Weeck was looking good on Saturday.
Cheetah print seat, +5 horsepower.
Levi Kitchen stretches out his Husky over the center triple.
Max Miller grabs another whole shot on his KTM.
Pink Mohawks rock.
Ruts were already deep enough to swallow a 50 by noon on Saturday.
Carter Deru fights his way to the top of the step up.
Vance gets a little buck coming into the pitchers mit corner.
Tommy Weeck takes the inside away from Chris Howell in the first 250 Pro moto of the weekend.
Eric Meusling using every bit of traction he can get.
Max Miller recently moved up to big bikes, and he looked confortable already!
Max wasn't afraid to crank that new 125 around.
Austin Black, also recently on big bikes looked great all weekend.
Lots of history here at Washougal.
Plenty of cool stuff in the silent auction and raffle, for the Brandon Layton memorial fund.
I don't know if flat tracking is faster... But it definitely looks cooler.
Coming in hot!
Zach Redding rode great in the B classes all weekend.
Zoey Wiloe tip-toes around some deep ruts.
G R E E N
Devin Harriman digs deep.
Another holeshot for Tommy Weeck
Eric Meusling powers out of the 180 degree corner after the finish.
The 250 C division had largest gates, every day.
These two chased each other around all weekend.
Sometimes starts don't go as planned.
Levi Kitchen demonstrates perfect form.
Preston Dickenson looked great on his new Yamaha.
Couldn't ask for much better track conditions.
The sun started to come out late Saturday afternoon.
Did you know we hosted BMX events too?
The famous horsepower hill.
Sending it into the sand section!
The Northwest, what a beautiful place to be.
If the whoops had lights on them, I swear there would be kids riding bikes on them all night.
Who needs a BMX bike?