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273 is kyle kewis.
side note...when kyle was 16 and was one lap away from taking the checkers at anahiem for his first win....his dad had a heart attack in the stands and died.
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HAMMERTIME wrote:side note...when kyle was 16 and was one lap away from taking the checkers at anahiem for his first win....his dad had a heart attack in the stands and died.
I was at that race but I think it was San Diego ('87). Sad news indeed.
Who is this wildcard?
UP-SHIFT wrote:bit of a giveaway for the oldboys but who is this cat?
That would be Mouse McCoy on one of those awesome DMC mini's.The Rodil cup sx in 85 was about the last I remember him riding as far as mx goes, but he has been tearing it up the last few years desert racing in Baja .
Vic Armijo pic
I'm not sure if we are still playing this simplew little game but here is the answer to this photo. #10 is Guy Cooper, #3 is George Holland, 32 I believe is Todd Dehoop and this would of been one national from 1988 in the 125 class.
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