RJ's has always been the biggest event of the year, and even in the rain riders were lined up and ready to go.
Kevin Cockayne getting warmed up, but I'm thinking those white pants might not have been the best choice for a mud race.
Even my early morning class got some mud, but my bike was nothing compared to...
The guys who had to follow Josh Long and Wojo through the first turn in the Pro class! Nasty roost!
Just when we thought Zach Lewis was going to sweep the series, Burley came out and stole a win against Lewis.
Riley Jones traded in his trials tire for a real knobby for the mud race; probably a good thought.
Zach Lewis had his hopes of a perfect season ruined at RJs, but still made that bike fly.
Mike Vandenhoek took another 3rd on his RM250, begging the question why did Suzuki stop bringing them in to North America?
Kevin Cockayne ripped it up on his 350. Cockayne has made the switch from two to four stroke seemlessly.
The Expert class had a lot of battles, including this one between Jake Tustin and Mark Koens.
The moto track was fun, let there was a little too much water in the low lying areas for most riders' comfort.
Riley Jones, however, was not one of those riders. Look at that spray!
And neither was Lewis.
Well, that's it for our RJ's report. Hopefully we'll have some sun this weekend, but the weather man is calling for rain.