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2021 NW Cup #4, Whitefish, MT

This past weekend the NW Cup crew made the trek out to Whitefish, MT with 300 racers for another great event. Whitefish greeted the racers with a dedicated lift, easing wait times and providing laps on laps on laps. No lift lines are a great thing. With new tracks for the racers they had to spend time learning the dust, rocks, and roots in the heat of the mountains, and smoke of the forest fires - nothing too bad, but made for a warm weekend of fun. The new tracks were very well received and liked by all racers. We are all looking forward to racing there again. Nik Nestoroff and Kailey Skelton with the win in Pro.

Brody Clark 5th in Cat2 13-14 flat out in the grass flat turns.

Finn Bokisch airing out his Cat 3 8-10 race run.

Mason Bauman 3rd in cat 2 19-29.

Torsten Decovich practicing Cat 2 through one of the dustiest parts of the track.

Magnus going big into the high line for a 2nd in Cat 2 17-18.

Kenny Smith with the style.

Kailey Skelton on her way to a win in Pro Women.

Kepler De Lanoy tire tapping one of the rollers. 3rd Cat 2 15-16.

The riders and families getting ready for podiums, raffles, and the Volcom Bunny Hop Contest.

Luke Carlon on the tricky upper off-camber grass turns. 11th in Jr. X.

Winning the Volcom Bunny hope contest...with a broken wrist.
The thumb still works!

Leighton Macdonald 2nd in Cat 2 15-16 keeping it low.

Carter Sinclair pumping his way to 12th in Cat 3 8-10.

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Who has go the highest bunny hop....Two competitors actually shared the same bike...Apparently having a broken wrist gives you an advantage though.

Levi Melton railing and looking through the berms in Cat 3.

Dry, dusty, and hot was the story of the weekend. Owen Dixon on his way to a podium in Cat 2 13-14.

Casey getting the votes on the worst helmet of the weekend.
One stoked rider with their new TLD lid.

Nik Nestoroff dominating the field to win seeding and race run for Pro Men.

Swag always making riders stoked.
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Jetta Porter showing the Cat 2 track who is in charge.

Lantz Harrington winning Cat 1 19-29

Pro Women's podium.

Pro Men's Podium


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