BCS’s Josh Creamer Wins RD3
BCS/ Can-Am rider Josh Creamer Takes third win of the season at RD 3
Maxxis Tires Josh Creamer railing the rutted corner at MX207
BCS Performance’s Josh Creamer Wins-Sweeps MX207 NEATV-MX
West Springfield, MA (05/21/2012) – Can-Am/BCS Performance’s Josh Creamer dominated the competition at round three of the 2012 New England ATV Motocross Series after taking four moto wins and the overall in both the Pro and Pro-am classes.
For this round, the BCS Performance team headed to MX207 in Lyman, ME where everyone was surprised by the unseasonably warm weather. The warm weather led to a bit of excessive watering of the track, but it didn’t really bother Josh Creamer because he was out to prove a point for this round.
Troy Lee Designs Creamer holding down a solid lead in the 2nd moto of the day.
For the first Pro moto, Creamer was in second off the start but took the lead after just a few turns. Creamer pulled away for a 15 second lead and then cruised to the checkered flag for the win. “I was kind of taking it easy in the first moto of both classes, and then I thought about it because I am going to be racing in a few nationals and I really need to push myself so I can do well there, so for the second motos, I didn’t hold back,” said Creamer.
For the second Pro moto, Creamer grabbed the holeshot and never looked back. Creamer led from start to finish and took the win by over a minute ahead of second place, giving him top honors on the Pro podium. “I really have to give a big thanks to Jason and the BCS crew. They put together a new quad for me this round and it was awesome,” stated Creamer.
BCS/ Can-Am/ Walsh/ Fox Backed Creamer goes 1-1 for 1st overall at round 3
In the Pro-am class, Creamer was second off the start in the first moto, but took the lead just after the first turn and cruised to an easy victory. In the second moto, Creamer held true to his word and put the hammer down. Creamer grabbed the holeshot and never looked back. The #9 Can-Am racer again took the moto win by over a minute ahead of second place, for his fourth moto win of the day and the overall in the Pro-am class. “It was a really good weekend for us. We got wins all the way around,” said Creamer.
Round number four of the 2012 New England ATV Motocross Series will head to Hurricane Hills in Clifford, PA on May 26th 27th where BCS Performance’s Josh Creamer will be going for another win.