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Grand Slam: 2016–present[edit] After eight spectacular years of the Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour, 2016 concentrated on one season highlight event at the legendary Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas in Madrid on June 24. The Red Bull X-Fighters stop in Madrid marked the 15th straight year that the famous bullring hosted the event of Freestyle Motocross, where the world’s best riders have been showcasing new and exciting tricks since 2002.[17] France’s Tom Pagès became the first rider in history to win Madrid three consecutive times with his stirring victory in 2015 in front of another sold-out house of 23,000 spectators. Travis Pastrana of the USA had also won Madrid three times but not consecutively while Spanish rider Dany Torres had won the most important stop of the season twice.[18] It was Tom Pagès who carved his name into the record books with a spectacular fourth straight Red Bull X-Fighters win in Madrid, the spiritual home of freestyle motocross that celebrated its 15th anniversary in style in front of a full house. At the Las Ventas bullring Pagès treated the crowd to his new Front Flip Flair, the first time ever the trick was performed in competition. In an epic three-way battle featuring the world’s best FMX riders, Clinton Moore, the 2015 World Tour champion, came in a close second after a flawless run in the final with his Bundy jump recorded to be 14 meters high by a new Intel high-tech device. Josh Sheehan had to settle for third despite nailing his signature double back flip. Levi Sherwood of New Zealand finished fourth on an unforgettable night at the FMX extravaganza in the Spanish capital

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The Red Bull X-Fighters stop in Madrid marked the 15th straight year that the famous bullring hosted the event of Freestyle Motocross, where the world’s best riders have been showcasing new and exciting tricks since 2002.[17] France’s Tom Pagès became the first rider in history to win Madrid three consecutive times with his stirring victory in 2015 in front of another sold-out house of 23,000 spectators. Travis Pastrana of the USA had also won Madrid three times but not consecutively while Spanish rider Dany Torres had won the most important stop of the season twice.[18] It was Tom Pagès who carved his name into the record books with a spectacular fourth straight Red Bull X-Fighters win in Madrid, the spiritual home of freestyle motocross that celebrated its 15th anniversary in style in front of a full house. At the Las Ventas bullring Pagès treated the crowd to his new Front Flip Flair, the first time ever the trick was performed in competition. In an epic three-way battle featuring the world’s best FMX riders, Clinton Moore, the 2015 World Tour champion, came in a close second after a flawless run in the final with his Bundy jump recorded to be 14 meters high by a new Intel high-tech device. Josh Sheehan had to settle for third despite nailing his signature double back flip. Levi Sherwood of New Zealand finished fourth on an unforgettable night at the FMX extravaganza in the Spanish capital

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The company, which was now officially called ‘Kronreif, Trunkenpolz, Mattighofen’, immediately took up racing and the successes started piling up. Erwin Lechner was among the riders who enjoyed victory after victory in 1960, racing the KTM motorcycle with an engine designed by engineer Ludwig Apfelbeck. KTM entered the US market with a 125cc motocross motorcycle in 1968, and word of the overseas race wins soon began to circulate in Europe. The highlights of the 1970s included the powerful 50 cc models and the first motocross World Championship title, won for KTM in 1974 by Russian rider Gennadij Moiseev in the 250cc class. Riders Heinz Kinigadner and Trampas Parker laid the foundations for the modern KTM legend with three World Championship titles in the next decade and unassailable offroad competences of modern times. In 1984, KTM started to develop a liquid-cooled four stroke motorcycle, commencing mass production of the first LC4 engine in 1987 – also a concept that over decades became a typical KTM success story. The motorcycle industry hit hard times at the end of the 1980s. The KTM Motorfahrzeugbau AG is no exception and is seriously affected. Finally, in 1991, the KTM Motorfahrzeugbau AG had to file for bankruptcy. One year later, the newly formed KTM motorcycle division KTM Sportmotorcycle GmbH re-opened under new management with a new Hard Enduro concept and new design styling. Hungry for success, the company began to engage in rally sport, launched the first DUKE in 1994 and just one year later acquired both WP Suspension and the sports motorcycle manufacturer HUSABERG. Shane King’s Motocross World Championship title in the 500cc class and numerous other victories breathed now life into sporting heritage of long-standing KTM brand. In 1999, the company moved into its newly built factory in Mattighofen. The Austrian company has been a dominating force in the legendary Dakar Rally since 2001 and after adopting the now well known “READY TO RACE” philosophy has turned racing into the brand‘s main identifying feature. The 950 ADVENTURE long-distance, dual-sportmotorcycle made its first appearance in 2003. At the same time KTM entered successfully the road racing world championship – Casey Stoner gained the first victory on the orange 125 cc-Grand-Prix motorcycle. Shortly afterwards, KTM launched its first thoroughbred street bikes, the 990 SUPER DUKE and the 950 SUPERMOTO. The first ‘Made in Austria’ Superbike followed in 2008 – the attention grabbing 1190 RC8, which the Mattighofen team entered into the International German Superbike Championship (IDM) one year later, finishing runner-up in their first season. Over the years, the orange racing strategy is constantly extended. While KTM is still dominating the international Enduro, Motocross and Rally events, it also accelerates its effort in important US Supercross and is rapidly able to celebrate considerable successes and championships. In 2015 the past experiences have once more been exceeded: Ryan Dungey earned the first-ever Supercross title for the Austrian manufacturer and his US Pro Motocross championship win clinches the double success. Not to forget the entry in the newly established Moto3 World Championship with a completely ‘Made in Austria’ developed racing motorcycle in 2012. At the first go, Sandro Cortese won the title, which was successfully defended in 2013 what represents another milestone in KTM history. For 2017, KTM CEO Stefan Pierer announces that KTM will enter the MotoGP-class. All experiences gained in the international paddocks of numerous race series are continuously integrated into series production and a constantly growing team has the ability to annually present product highlights and innovations. No matter if on tarmac or offroad – KTM already presents itself as globally operating brand with a gapless product range, that in 2015 reaches from 50 cc to 1300 cc. Models like the extremely successful naked bikes 125, 200 and 390 DUKE and RC 125, 200 and 390 also inspire young motorcyclists. At the same time, high end developments in the form of the 1190 ADVENTURE (2013), equipped with the Motorcycle Stability Control MSC jointly developed with BOSCH, and 1290 SUPER DUKE R (2014) underline the intention to be a trendsetter even in high segments. For model year 2015 KTM further extends its ADVENTURE range; with the 1050 ADVENTURE and the fully equipped 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE KTM sets the new benchmark in the travel enduro segment. With regard to new technologies, especially in the area of E-Mobility, KTM takes a leading role in the development of new products and presents two electrically driven offroad motorcycles, like the FREERIDE E-XC and E-SX. In 2015 this lineup is joined by the E-SM, KTM´s electrical solution for road applications. With unabated power in the offroad segment and a consequently extended street range the former motorcycle workshop now represents itself as an economically healthy, highly motivated and the leading European motorcycle manufacturer, that pursues a two-brand strategy after taking over the Husqvarna brand in 2013. Despite all the success KTM looks permanently ahead. KTM CEO Stefan Pierer’s vision reads as follows: “KTM intends to become the world’s leading provider of sportmotorcycles.” INFORMATION GTC Privacy Policy Imprint

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The company, which was now officially called ‘Kronreif, Trunkenpolz, Mattighofen’, immediately took up racing and the successes started piling up.

Erwin Lechner was among the riders who enjoyed victory after victory in 1960, racing the KTM motorcycle with an engine designed by engineer Ludwig Apfelbeck. KTM entered the US market with a 125cc motocross motorcycle in 1968, and word of the overseas race wins soon began to circulate in Europe. The highlights of the 1970s included the powerful 50 cc models and the first motocross World Championship title, won for KTM in 1974 by Russian rider Gennadij Moiseev in the 250cc class.

Riders Heinz Kinigadner and Trampas Parker laid the foundations for the modern KTM legend with three World Championship titles in the next decade and unassailable offroad competences of modern times. In 1984, KTM started to develop a liquid-cooled four stroke motorcycle, commencing mass production of the first LC4 engine in 1987 – also a concept that over decades became a typical KTM success story. The motorcycle industry hit hard times at the end of the 1980s. The KTM Motorfahrzeugbau AG is no exception and is seriously affected. Finally, in 1991, the KTM Motorfahrzeugbau AG had to file for bankruptcy. One year later, the newly formed KTM motorcycle division KTM Sportmotorcycle GmbH re-opened under new management with a new Hard Enduro concept and new design styling. Hungry for success, the company began to engage in rally sport, launched the first DUKE in 1994 and just one year later acquired both WP Suspension and the sports motorcycle manufacturer HUSABERG. Shane King’s Motocross World Championship title in the 500cc class and numerous other victories breathed now life into sporting heritage of long-standing KTM brand. In 1999, the company moved into its newly built factory in Mattighofen. The Austrian company has been a dominating force in the legendary Dakar Rally since 2001 and after adopting the now well known “READY TO RACE” philosophy has turned racing into the brand‘s main identifying feature. The 950 ADVENTURE long-distance, dual-sportmotorcycle made its first appearance in 2003. At the same time KTM entered successfully the road racing world championship – Casey Stoner gained the first victory on the orange 125 cc-Grand-Prix motorcycle. Shortly afterwards, KTM launched its first thoroughbred street bikes, the 990 SUPER DUKE and the 950 SUPERMOTO. The first ‘Made in Austria’ Superbike followed in 2008 – the attention grabbing 1190 RC8, which the Mattighofen team entered into the International German Superbike Championship (IDM) one year later, finishing runner-up in their first season.

Over the years, the orange racing strategy is constantly extended. While KTM is still dominating the international Enduro, Motocross and Rally events, it also accelerates its effort in important US Supercross and is rapidly able to celebrate considerable successes and championships. In 2015 the past experiences have once more been exceeded: Ryan Dungey earned the first-ever Supercross title for the Austrian manufacturer and his US Pro Motocross championship win clinches the double success. Not to forget the entry in the newly established Moto3 World Championship with a completely ‘Made in Austria’ developed racing motorcycle in 2012. At the first go, Sandro Cortese won the title, which was successfully defended in 2013 what represents another milestone in KTM history. For 2017, KTM CEO Stefan Pierer announces that KTM will enter the MotoGP-class.

All experiences gained in the international paddocks of numerous race series are continuously integrated into series production and a constantly growing team has the ability to annually present product highlights and innovations. No matter if on tarmac or offroad – KTM already presents itself as globally operating brand with a gapless product range, that in 2015 reaches from 50 cc to 1300 cc. Models like the extremely successful naked bikes 125, 200 and 390 DUKE and RC 125, 200 and 390 also inspire young motorcyclists. At the same time, high end developments in the form of the 1190 ADVENTURE (2013), equipped with the Motorcycle Stability Control MSC jointly developed with BOSCH, and 1290 SUPER DUKE R (2014) underline the intention to be a trendsetter even in high segments. For model year 2015 KTM further extends its ADVENTURE range; with the 1050 ADVENTURE and the fully equipped 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE KTM sets the new benchmark in the travel enduro segment. With regard to new technologies, especially in the area of E-Mobility, KTM takes a leading role in the development of new products and presents two electrically driven offroad motorcycles, like the FREERIDE E-XC and E-SX. In 2015 this lineup is joined by the E-SM, KTM´s electrical solution for road applications.

With unabated power in the offroad segment and a consequently extended street range the former motorcycle workshop now represents itself as an economically healthy, highly motivated and the leading European motorcycle manufacturer, that pursues a two-brand strategy after taking over the Husqvarna brand in 2013. Despite all the success KTM looks permanently ahead. KTM CEO Stefan Pierer’s vision reads as follows: “KTM intends to become the world’s leading provider of sportmotorcycles.”

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Dirty mudders mx is about a lifestyle, a freedom and a passion of  Musclecars, and Motorsports of all kinds! 

Get away and enjoy life from all the mundane, in this thing called life! 

Dirty mudders will keep you up on current trends, fun events, invite you to a group dirtbike ride, a family camp out, a trip to southern Utah’s sand dunes, a car show or whatever awesome event is going on, you will be in the know, because if you are here, you too are a thrill seeking dirty mudder and we love ya!

We welcome anyone who would like to be a part of this lifestyle, join us, you won’t regret it! From car shows, demolition derbies to a fundraiser for a family in need, you are welcome to participate and meet some great thrill seeking adventurous people! 

It’s about having fun and making the most of it! We dirtymudders are just a  bunch of free spirits who get together on the weekends and have a great time! 

 Motorsports, that is what us dirtymudders are into, why dirty mudder? Because most everything we love to do involves, dirt or mud..LOL

 Anywhere from demolition derbies, motocross races, restoring old muscle cars, to car shows, truck pulls, hill climbs,  and restoring the American Dream,. 

Restore Muscle car’s and learning tips from the best,  Join my oldest son’s car club THE DYING BREED! 

We are getting some demolition derby cars ready for this year’s event, maybe you will want to be a part of the welding, preparing and entering yourself! 

Anything in motorsports-you name it, we love it!  

My boys – Jonny and Ricky host events like Arena cross, Car shows, Demolition derbies, Freestyle motocross, and hill climbing along with their awesome friends.

They learned all of this from their Dad and my best friend, Jonny Pentz senior,

Who was raised in a small town, in the country, and on a small farm?  Our hometown Morgan Utah, where I met Jonny Senior, he has been a wonderful father and taught my boys so much in the way of welding, mechanics, driving heavy equipment, and restoring old cars.

Jonny would tell us stories of how he would find this old broke down cars and trucks, and he was determined to get them running, but profit was not what- he had in mind.

September 17th, 1977, Jonny senior, was on his dirtbike, only 17 years of age at the time, when he was struck by a car head on, and thrown off the side of a steep hill, barely missing a wooden fence, nobody was rushing to this young boy, everyone that had witnessed the event, took him for dead.  The Hurst was called before the ambulance. However, this young man was not dead, truly nobody could figure out how this boy made it through that, he was in bad shape, broken bones, internal bleeding, he was not wearing a helmet, and the car was not paying any attention, or maybe he startled her, whatever the case, it swerved right into him on the wrong side of the road. Struck him, head on! The car and bike were totaled.

I would see this young man from time to time in his wheelchair, and I always felt so much sadness when I saw him, truly, I did not know him and he was quite a few years older than me, but for some reason, I would just watch this young boy, thinking how awful, so young, so handsome and more than likely bound to that chair for life. What a shame.

That is where I left off, he would go out into the fields and wrench on this old truck because he was going to get away, Jonny was a proud boy, he did not like being in that chair and he did not like, having others waiting on him, he hated how tiny his legs were becoming, and he would not stay in the house to get well, nope he was going to fix this old truck and leave for good. He was told and so were his parents he would probably never walk again, well this young man was not having that either, no way. Somehow he made himself walk. He also went on to riding bulls, working in the oilfield on the rigs, as a Derrick hand. That boy I did see again at the pool parlor, he pulled up in this 1972 Mach 1 California special- THE BOSS wow!  So now my husband, LOL and he is one tough soul, now is his older age he has acquired quite a few health problems, he was even given a date, several years ago, LOL when he was supposed to pass away. He has had to live with degenerative joint disease, in all 4 weight bearing joints, later on, we had noticed he struggled with the heat and had symptoms of a stroke, which led us to a neurologist, and later the diagnosis of Multiple sclerosis, it started affecting his vital organs, he still beat, all he could, until the day it hit his heart, 6 years ago, he had what they call the widow maker heart attack, and it has left him with congestive heart failure, I will never forget the day the light in his pale blue eyes literally went dark, but he came back to me, I seriously chased down his soul, I asked” what is it? You don’t want to hang out with me anymore?” Jonny then with every ounce of his being fought to stay and the day he got out of the hospital, we all went to the badlands, and he decided, he had to climb the elevator hill, this hill is ridiculously steep, but in his mind if he could climb that hill, he could kick this heart trouble too, and by damned he did and then my youngest son followed.

 This man loves us with all of his heart, he has been a great father to our children and the best, best friend, we could have ever had, we will always be the best of friends and that is the reason we are still together to this day, I have been with this crazy, thrill-seeking, guy since I was 17 years of age, and every day, watching him get smaller and smaller breaks my heart, but he remains positive.

This is where my boys get allot of their knowledge from, I have never had his IQ tested, but I can tell you this man is a Guin UI’s, when it comes to motors and it does not seem to matter what kind, you bring it he will fix it,  he was always so proud of our little boys, he took them everywhere with him and taught them.

He also seemed to pass on, these thrill-seeking behaviors, to our children.

I have road dirt bikes since the age of 13 years old, back when I thought I was a little boy, LMAO, well I was a Tomboy.

Jonny was a bull rider and a cowboy and did very well in the rodeo’s, but like with everything this man ever does, he has to be the very best at it, I can assure you, On a dirt bike, I would never follow that man, where he rides, but Ricky would, and Jonny jr he followed his dad around fixing up old cars, this time it was not to leave, he actually had restored several, he found it a good way to make some extra money.

The derbies, FMX, mud bogging we all just love, the thrill. I found it rather fun myself, in a demo derby, nothing better than to slam a few cars with your BIG BLACK Cadillac- the engine had a 502 chevy motor, more horsepower than this little girl should have been handling, but was that a good time, it was down to me and one other girl, round and round the damned arena we went, then I thought  this must be a bore for the crowd, so I threw her in reverse and that poor girl’s car, was now permanently stuck on my bumper LMAO, hehe he, nothing she could do, I drug her all around that arena, until I hit a big dirt berm, phew I cannot tell you how much fun that is, it is a ton of fun, I will always have my dirtbike, it’s my freedom, my fun, the wind in your hair, fresh air and out on a dirt road somewhere, that’s a good time for me.  I’m not quite right.. I don’t care either, fun is fun.

Motorsports is something we all enjoy and so we share it, show offs, yeah maybe!  Try it you will never want to do anything else!

PENTZHOSTSEVENTZ was a name my son Jonny Pentz jr mentioned to me allot while planning his car shows, and I thought, we do, we really do, everyone has a great time and our friends even where Jon and I grew up, will drive all the way up to attend the car show!

 These events can be used for fundraising, entertainment, helping people grow a business.

Jonny junior invites vendors of all kinds to his car shows, any and all small town

 

vendors are welcome! Everyone has a good time, and he is quite the entertainer throughout the event.

Jonny Pentz of The Dying Breed with wife Tara and his car club, host Evanstoncarshows.com every summer.

This year marks the 3rd year.

My son Ricky Pentz hosted Arena cross, last year and Jonny Pentz jr was the announcer we were with the club UCMA and other various motorsports clubs. Ricky races for RMR and Wild West MX.

He went pro this year!

 Last year all of us participated, in arena cross, yep even Grandma, Papa and all 5 of the grandkids!

 

I have my own little slice of the pie, I am a promoter,  photographer, and advertiser as well as working on being an affiliate for anything related to motorsports.

 I help out with the pin-up girls and Motocross maidens and we all have perfect tans, Only because  I am also a Certified spray tanner.

Hope you enjoyed my blog!

 

Hope you sign up and join us and also don’t mind being called a Dirtymudder!

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Most of the links are copy and past, I share them because these are the places I enjoy shopping, but it does not mean you have to shop there, I have just made a list of my most favorite Motorsports locations, so you can easily find what ya need, keep current with trends, or buy something cool!

Keep in mind I am an advertiser, promoter, and marketer, so If you have something you would like me to share, sell or promote, I would be happy to do so, us Dirtymudders are also great friends, here to help each other, in any way we can, we are family orientated and all the events children are welcome!

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