El Cajon, California – The Formula Factory team was all over the map this past weekend with riders in Texas and in Florida representing. Donny Robinson was trying to continue his winning ways at the ABA’s Super Nationals in Desoto, Texas while Amanda Geving kept it close to home racing the last NBL Florida State qualifier at Charlotte BMX in Punta Gorda.
Donny rolled into Metroplex BMX in Desoto as the hottest Pro on the tour. Could dR keep the win streak alive? Here’s Donny himself on how the weekend went:
“Pretty simple really. I wasn’t the overall fastest rider this weekend. Kyle Bennett was riding really well. I had trouble with the first jump all weekend and little mistakes cost me.”
“First main Saturday, got second behind Kyle. Second main blew the first jump and was in last but got past a wreck in the first turn and got second again. Third main all I had to do was beat Mike Day and be right behind Kyle. I was in second behind Kyle until over the last jump. I bonked it and Mike Day passed me. So, if I would have stayed there, I would have won again, but since I bobbled and got third in the last main, Mike won, Kyle second and I got third. In cruiser Randy just plain beat me so I settled for second.”
“On Sunday it was the same thing. First main I got second behind Kyle. Second main got a late gate, got squeezed in the first turn, fell, and got last. Third main, I hit the gate bad, came out dead last, made some dumb moves, and still got third. Overall, I think I got 5th – that’s what the check said. I felt good this weekend but just couldn’t put it all together, and Kyle and Mikey were riding too well all around. Oh yeah, I won cruiser, so that’s a plus.”
It’s cool dR, you’re still leading ABA AA Pro and Pro Cruiser and NBL Elite Men’s points. Donny Robinson has been ruling on his Formula Solution Pro 20″ and Pro Cruiser.
Amanda Geving once again proved she’s the girl to beat in Florida. Amanda’s always been on top of the Florida BMX scene and this year’s no different, grabbing yet another double in Elite Women’s. Amanda is also still in the lead for the NBL Elite Women’s title and sits in the number 5 spot in the ABA. Amanda Geving gets it done on her Formula Solution Hybrid Pro Minus.
Also of interest was Formula co-Factory rider Tommy Board rockin’ out at the NBL Dixieland National in Nashville with a win aboard his Chrome-Moly Formula Solution Pro Plus.
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