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Reigning Champion Tyler O’Hara And Mission Foods S&S Cycle Indian Challenger Win Round 1 of MotoAmerica King of the Baggers
Champion Tyler O’Hara And Mission Foods S&S Cycle Indian Challenger Win
Round 1 of MotoAmerica King of the Baggers
Frankie Garcia and the Roland Sands Design
Indian Challenger take third-place
Challenger racer Tyler O’Hara, reigning MotoAmerica King of the Baggers
champion, started the season with a win aboard the Mission Foods S&S
Cycle, Inc. Indian Challenger at the Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta. In a
repeat of last year at Laguna Seca, Frankie Garcia and the Roland Sands
Design Indian Challenger team secured a third-place finish, putting the
only two Indian Motorcycle teams on the podium.
his title, O’Hara put in a strong performance in qualifying to start from
pole position with Garcia starting from the second row in fourth. After a
difficult start, O’Hara initially dropped to third behind Garcia but
quickly regained composure to move up to second and chase down the leader.
several laps bridging the gap O’Hara was able to shadow the leading rider
while looking for opportunities to pass. O’Hara sealed the victory with 3
laps to go in a hard braking move up the inside of turn 10a that ended an
intense back-and-forth battle for first. Garcia continued his solid ride to
defend and maintain third position throughout the race.
the only two Indian Motorcycles in the field, the Indian Challenger again
sets itself out as the Bagger to beat with both finishing on the podium and
O’Hara taking pole, setting the fastest lap and taking the win.
series continues with round two of three from Road America, June 11-13.
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