Casey Cochran put the wraps on a successful mini bike career at the Mad Skills Vurb Classic at Nxt Lvl 101 in October, taking home the Supermini (12-16) overall. Cochran also finished sixth in the 125 Class.
Cochran won three titles at Loretta’s during his mini bike career and dominated at the Mini O’s in 2020, taking home the Bronze Boot award and the Pro Circuit Platinum Pipe award.
The Thor Bronze Boot award is given to the rider in the 65cc, 85cc, Mini Sr., Supermini, and Schoolboy classes that accumulate the highest number of points in the supercross mains and motocross overall combined. The Pro Circuit Platinum Pipe award is given to the rider who accumulates the highest number of points in the Supercross mains and Motocross overall combined.
Cochran was injured at Loretta’s earlier this year, but returned at the Vurb Classic to cap off his mini bike career. Well, not only is Cochran moving up, he’s also changing brands, going from GasGas to Husqvarna. Of course, KTM owns both companies, so the bikes are similar, but it will be interesting to see how Cochran does not only on a bigger bike, but the Husky.
Fox captured some footage following the announcement of his switch: