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  • Sep 15, 2023



Want to see the future of our sport? The SuperMini World All-Stars — an international contingent of the fastest minicycle racers on the planet — will take to the track on Saturday, September 16, for a memorable halftime showcase in between the 450SMX and 250SMX SuperMotocross World Championship Playoffs. Ranging from ages 12 to 16, this hand-picked group is the result of a collaborative effort amongst the team managers from the factory-backed amateur race programs operated by the sport’s competing manufacturers. 

“The minicycle class boasts arguably the deepest pool of talent in any division of amateur motocross, which can be attributed to a large age range where athletes are beginning to truly harness their skill level aboard motorcycles that are more than capable of tackling most any obstacle,” said Tim Cotter, Director of the Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship. “That sets the stage for what we believe will be a spectacular competition amongst the most gifted SuperMini racers. The nature of the track design at Chicagoland Speedway will allow for the incredible performance of these athletes and their motorcycles to really shine. It’s truly anyone’s guess as to who will ultimately emerge victorious.”

Together, this group selected the best of the best from a SuperMini division brimming with talent, ridden by some of the most talented and daring young athletes in all of amateur motocross.

The field of SuperMini World All-Stars represent 14 different states, two different countries and will contest an eight-minute plus one-lap moto on motorcycles ranging from 79cc’s to 112cc’s for 2-strokes and 75cc’s to 150cc’s for 4-strokes. The SuperMini World All-Stars will be included as part of Peacock’s exclusive live streaming coverage of SMX Playoff 2 from Chicagoland Speedway, beginning Saturday at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET, with a special amateur showcase scheduled for 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET.

SuperMini World All-Stars Entry List

#10 Levi Townley // Tauranga, New Zealand // Yamaha

#11 Colby Lessar // Sedalia, Colorado // KTM

#22 Jayce Wolf // Franklin, Wisconsin // KTM

#27 Vincent Wey // Murrieta, California // Husqvarna

#33 Bradyn Johnson // Orlando, Florida // KTM

#44 Carson Millikan // Surprise, Arizona // KTM

#52 Kevyn de Pinho // Hamer, South Carolina // KTM

#58 Darren Pine // Montgomery, Texas // GASGAS

#79 Max Shane // Oceanside, California // KTM

#87 Nicholas Stefancik // Bartlett, Illinois // KTM

#95 Cole Blecha // Fruita, Colorado // KTM

#191 Austin Camden // Edmond, Oklahoma // GASGAS

#247 Wyatt Thurman // Burleson, Texas // KTM

#260 Carson Wood // Zephyrhills, Florida // Kawasaki

#314 Kane Bollasina // St. Louis, Missouri // KTM

#316 Canyon Richards // Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey // KTM

#317 Logan Mortberg // Pierson, Florida // KTM

#319 Benjamin Moya // Cairo, Georgia // GASGAS

#414 Caleb Wood // Donalds, South Carolina // KTM

#444 Wyatt Duff // Lexington, Kentucky // KTM

#872 Grayson Townsend // Washington, Utah // Kawasaki

#930 Seth Dennis // Brooksville, Florida // KTM

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