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Tyler Medaglia 7th at Round 3 of The CMRC Canadian MX Nationals

June 16, 2015

Tyler Medaglia 7th at Round 3 of The CMRC Canadian MX Nationals

Parts Canada Husqvarna Motorcycles Tyler Medaglia overcame a few struggles at Round 3 in Calgary, Alberta. The Calgary track is one of Tyler’s favorites, but in the true nature of racing, anything can happen! The track proved to be very different from the first two rounds, prompting some suspension adjustments on his FC450. Tyler rode solid and consistent in Moto 1 finishing in 7th place. Feeling confident in the changes made, Tyler had high hopes going into Moto 2 but unfortunately a bad start meant he had some time to make up. Tyler rode consistently smooth as always and after Moto 2 he had worked his way up to a 7th place finish. Tyler commented on his ride: “I was really hoping to do better, but I know I will rebound. I had a terrible start in Moto 2 and it was hard to make up time. There won’t be any more cement starts going forward, so my 140 pounds won’t be a disadvantage in that aspect anymore!.”
Strong and consistent Tyler keeps charging forward with a positive attitude, which is likely one of the reasons he has always been a fan-favorite. The next stop in the Rockstar Energy CMRC Nationals is Regina, Saskatchewan this weekend.
Overall Results CMRC Round 3 – MX1 Class
1. Vince Friese
2. Cole Thompson
3. Colton Facciotti
4. Matt Goerke
5. Cade Clason
6. Teddy Maier
7. Tyler Medaglia
Overall Points Standings CMRC MX1 Class:
1. Matt Goerke
2. Colton Facciotti
3. Cole Thompson
4. Brett Metcalfe
5. Tyler Medaglia
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