Kaleb De Keyrel Wins His First-Ever Hare Scramble

I had never raced a dirt bike in the woods before and I had a small break in the MotoAmerica series, so my buddy wanted me to try a hare scramble. A hare scramble is a race through the woods. A motocross track over tires, log pits, wood piles, and other obstacles they decide to throw in. The race is also a dead start so you have to start your bike, then go.

I got off the start in third place, which was good, because the first part of the race was dusty and not optimal for visibility. I got myself into the lead and never looked back. I tried to keep a consistent pace through the woods and go as fast as I could on the moto track. I finished lap one and had an amazing pit stop on lap two, which kept us in the lead.

The pit stop was at the one-hour mark in the two-hour race, and I was still feeling good. I had a comfortable lead for most of the race. I just focused on being consistent and tried not to make any major mistakes. In the end, my plan worked: I ended up winning the race for 250B and the B overall.

Huge thank you to all my amazing sponsors who support me in every aspect of racing.

I had never raced a dirt bike in the woods before and I had a small break in the MotoAmerica series, so my buddy wanted me to try a hare scramble. A hare scramble is a race through the woods. A motocross track over tires, log pits, wood piles, and other obstacles they decide to throw in. The race is also a dead start so you have to start your bike, then go.

I got off the start in third place, which was good, because the first part of the race was dusty and not optimal for visibility. I got myself into the lead and never looked back. I tried to keep a consistent pace through the woods and go as fast as I could on the moto track. I finished lap one and had an amazing pit stop on lap two, which kept us in the lead.

The pit stop was at the one-hour mark in the two-hour race, and I was still feeling good. I had a comfortable lead for most of the race. I just focused on being consistent and tried not to make any major mistakes. In the end, my plan worked: I ended up winning the race for 250B and the B overall.

Huge thank you to all my amazing sponsors who support me in every aspect of racing.

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