Gallery: Every 2021 Loretta Lynn Champion

Winning a title at the Ranch—whether it’s in the C class, Open Pro Sport, 50+, or any other class—is a helluva of a feat. It means you are the BEST rider in that class in the country—at least for this year, anyway.

We wanted to showcase all the champions of 2021, so we made Mike Vizer (follow Mike on IG) sit at the podium for two days to grab photos. (Kidding. Mike, did it under his own volition.)

Here are your champions of the 2021 Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship.

250 B | Nick Romano

250 B Limited | Matti Jorgensen Jr.

250 C | Brandon Bollino

250 C Limited | Nico Long

250 C Jr. (12-17) B/C | Gabe Holland

450 B | Chase Prince

450 B Limited | Julien Beaumer

450 C | Brennan Schofield

125 C | Keegan Rowley

125cc (12-17) B/C and Schoolboy 1 (12-17) B/C | Evan Ferry

Schoolboy 2 (12-17) B/C | Caden Braswell

Open Pro Sport and 250 Pro Sport | Levi Kitchen

College (18-24) | Justin Cokinos

Junior (25+) | Heath Harrison

Vet (30+) | Broc Peterson

Senior (40+) | Edward Walston

Senior (45+) | Mike Brown

Masters (50+) | Keith Johnson

Women | Sophia Phelps

Girls (11-16) | Kyleigh Stallings

Mini-E (4-6) Jr. | Talon Hinson

51cc (4-6) Shaft Dr. LTD | Carter Schutte

51cc (4-6) Limited | Kannon Zabojnik

51cc (7-8) Limited | Sawyer Gieck

65cc (7-9) Limited | Tayce Morgan

65cc (7-9) | Elliott Bowsher

65cc (10-11) Limited | Carson Wood

65CC (10-11) | Vincent Wey

85cc (10-12) Limited | Caden Dudney

85cc (10-12) and Mini Sr 1 (12-14) | Drew Adams

Mini Sr 2 (13-15) | Thomas Wood

Supermini 1 (12-15) | Haiden Deegan

Supermini 2 (13-16) | Krystian Janik

Written by Mike Vizer

Mike Vizer is an anomaly. He enjoys cruising the United States in a 1994 Ford E-150 conversion van whilst stopping everywhere he can to sweat out gallons running around dirtbike tracks taking dirtbike photos. He has all kinds of magic devices wrapped around him that allow him to upload images to the internet faster than anyone else in the world. He tried karate for a few months in his much younger years, and didn't like it much at all, and never actually acquired a belt of any color. But he loves hotdogs with only cheese and mayonnaise on them. Again, he's an anomaly.

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