Pre-Entry List For Scouting Moto Combine at Ironman

The second Scouting Moto Combine will take place this weekend at Ironman and IT IS STACKED!

Fresh off his Nicky Hayden AMA Motocross Horizon Award at Loretta Lynn’s, Caden Braswell will be racing. So will Daxton Bennick, who claimed the 250 B Championship at the Ranch. So will Avery Long, who won AMA Amateur Racer of the Year.

If that’s not all! Chance Hymas, Drew Adams, Preston Boesplug, Evan Ferry, Mark Fineis, Matti Jorgensen, Gage Linville and SO many more will be there. 

Ironman Combine Rider List:

Drew Adams / Chattanooga, Tennessee / Kawasaki

Garrett Alumbaugh / Newark, Texas / Honda

Julien Beaumer / Lake Havasu City, Arizona / Yamaha

Daxton Bennick / Morganton, North Carolina / KTM

Logan Best / North Port, Florida / Yamaha

Jordan Biese / Appleton, Wisconsin / Yamaha

Preston Boespflug / Battle Ground, Washington / Kawasaki

Caden Braswell / Little River, South Carolina / GASGAS

Jayden Clough / Elko, Minnesota / Yamaha

Trevor Colip / Bowling Green, Indiana / GASGAS

Evan Ferry / Largo, Florida / Yamaha

Mark Fineis / Westfield, Indiana / KTM

Dane Folsom / Francisco, Indiana / KTM

Lucas Geistler / Newark, Illinois / KTM

Chance Hymas / Pocatello, Idaho / Honda

Matti Jorgensen / Pompano, Florida / KTM

Gage Linville / Cordele, Georgia / Yamaha

Avery Long / New London, Minnesota / Yamaha

Patrick Murphy / Clinton, Iowa / Yamaha

Crockett Myers / Anderson, Texas / Yamaha

Keegan Rowley / Channahon, Illinois / KTM

Noah Stevens / Danbury, North Carolina / KTM

Evan Stice / Carmen, Idaho / Honda

Enzo Temmerman / Visalia, California / Kawasaki

Leo Tucker / East Dubuque, Iowa / KTM

A collection of 25 of the top A & B class riders in the country, handpicked by each respective manufacturer, will comprise the field of prospects for the Ironman gathering. Athletes will get their first look at the track with a 15-minute morning practice session before transitioning into the educational aspect of the combine that will include classroom-style instruction from rider coaches and trainers, in addition to insights into the various media aspects of the sport. The day culminates with a pair of 25-minute-plus-two-lap motos and formal podium activities following the racing.

The prospects will be divided into four groups, where they will be assigned to one of four highly respected and well-known rider coaches in collaboration with the U.S. Motorcycle Coaching Association. The Ironman coaching staff is led by returning coaches Broc Glover, a six-time AMA National Champion, and Chad Reed, the 2009 Pro Motocross 450 Class Champion, and will also feature the return of Michael Byrne, the winning coach from the RedBud combine. This trio will be joined by veteran racer Broc Tickle, who currently serves as a consultant and test rider for Kawasaki. Education surrounding the critical areas of fitness and nutrition will be spearheaded by two of the sport’s most respected trainers who were both former pros themselves in Seth Rarick and Gareth Swanepoel.

Main image: MX Sports


  1. Why is this important? It’s like listing guys who will race EMX250. I don’t understand, hype for nothing

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