Pro-Caliber Washougal Race ReportTuesday, July 31, 2012 | 8:50 AM
Washougal WA, ProCaliber.com rider Ryder Steffy #391 made his pro debut at Washougal. After qualifying out of the last chance event with a come from behind ride, Ryder qualified for his first National on his first attempt. In Moto1 with a good mid pack start Ryder made his way up to 21st where he stayed for a few laps before starting to fall back into the pack. " The pace at the Nationals is a little more intense then I was expecting but I felt good as I was moving forward in Moto1 until I started to tighten up. Ryder said after the first moto. In Moto2 his start was a little off and had to work his was up to 26th where he stayed for a few laps finishing 34th in moto 2. With a 31 - 34 moto finishes for 35th overall we were pleased to get the first national out of the way, but we know Ryder has top 20 speed and we look forward to his next National.
ProCaliber is proud to part of Ryder's program going forward. He is a hard working kid that has the talent and speed to be a top AMA Pro rider in the years to come. Ryder will attend the last round of the AMA Lucas Oil Motocross Championship at Lake Elsinore CA. He is taking this time to train and get ready for the final round.
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Ryder Steffy is a 2nd generation motocross kid that started racing at age 11. He has raced most of the Amateur Nationals including Top 5 Finishes at Ponca, World Mini, Dodge and Top Ten at Oak Hill all in the Int Classes. He moved to the PRO ranks in June 2012 with Top 20 Finishes at the Canadian National in the MX1 Class and Qualified for his first AMA Pro National at Washougal.
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