250/450- Cole Barbieri
Ukiah, California created something hard to handle when it churned out Cole Barbieri. Barbieri the Blu Cru ripper currently sits in third in the Dirty 100 Big Bike division. Barbieri’s efforts in 2015 were top notch, earning a multitude of wins along the way. An ace on the 450 machine, Barbieri warmed up by snagging a cool win in 450 B down in Texas at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship. Next came another blow out win at the California Classic against some of the best in the west. The California kid kept it up as the industry made the climb to Mammoth Mountain for the week. Wheeling his Yamaha 450 to the podium on multiple occasions through his time in Mammy, Cole’s results earned him wins in both the Open B and 450 B classes, proving he was there to handle business in the intermediate ranks. As the summer reached peak heats, Cole sweated it out once more in Tennessee making Yamaha and the rest of his supporters happy leaving the historic Loretta Lynn Ranch with two third place overall finishes in his respective classes landing himself in third once again, this time on the Dirty 100 250/450 charts!
Women- Jordan Jarvis
Jordan Jarvis of Clayton, North Carolina powered her way around the nation in 2015. JJ banged bars with the best ladies around and landed herself some pretty nice finishes along the way. At the Ricky Carmichael designed Daytona Amateur Supercross Jordan pushed herself to second place overall in the Girls (9-13) and Women Amateur (12+) classes. Another second at the Loretta Lynn’s National Championships put the toppings on a great consistent 2015 effort for Jordan Jarvis.
Schoolboy- Jayce Pennington
Following a second place overall finish at the Mini O’s in Supercross, Jayce Pennington knew he had the goods to make a run for Schoolboy supremacy this year and that he did. Pennington shut down every Loretta’s qualifier he attended throughout the spring, coming to the Ranch ready for war. Jayce stole himself a pair of fifth place overall results in both Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C and Schoolboy 2 (13-16) B/C cashing in on another successful year on the bike. Most recently, Pennington spent a bit of time racing the Florida Gold Cup Series, landing a few more podiums for his lengthy resume and a bit of time on the track before the Winter Olympics.
50cc- Haiden Deegan
In seventy-six official results on his Dirty 100 and Hook it pages, Haiden Deegan has won nearly a third of them. Deegs absolutely rips it and hangs it out…one of the more aggressive of the 50 class riders, Haiden is not one to be pushed around the track. Haiden rode his way to impressive results in the month of March, winning championships at both the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross as well as the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship. Haiden continued his 51 (7-8) Limited dominance at the California Classic, cleaning house with another huge first place overall finish. Danger Boy shredded at Mammoth and then secured himself a very impressive fifth overall at Loretta Lynn’s capping off a very nice 2015 season.