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Tyler Lynn – 1st Pro class

by Mimo Tech Co.,Ltd 09 Aug 2021
Tyler has been hungry to try his hand at an open pro race for the NHHA series, as most of his background comes from this series. He took the pro 250 title years ago and then started focusing on GP. With the long break we have before the next GP race, he wanted to go to his local H&H round to break the win streak that BETA USA’s, Joe Wasson had. Tyler brought home a win aboard his Yamaha 450FX. The first time a Yamaha has won an AMA National H&H since 2017. 
In his words: “With this being my first NHHA since 2019 I was super excited to just get out and race some desert racing and see all my racing family I hadn’t seen in a while! With all the racing and training I’ve done in the past months I knew I could run with the top guys and be right their with them! With it being the closest race to me I’ve done this year and familiar terrain I was super excited. I got off to an amazing start but my line that I had walked just wasn’t good enough compared to others so I got closed out a bit later down the bomb. I had caught Joe Wasson and I changed my line to follow him because I know he always has his starts dialed and has been winning these races, so if I could pace off of him it would be great for me. Once we hit the second set of banners about a mile into the race I was second overall right behind Joe and I was feeling very confident with the terrain we were racing in, so I pushed to make a pass and get into the lead. I was able to make the pass generally easy. I put my head down to try and gap the field. I found a flow really early and I was having so much fun. My bike was working so good and I never questioned hitting the huge whoops or anything the course was throwing at me. With all the Grand Prix racing I’ve done in the last couple of years I was able to keep a much higher intensity level and speed and was able to gap the rest of the field pretty quick. Coming in off the first loop I got a really fast pit and was off to racing again for the final 40 miles. My body still felt awesome with hardly any fatigue so I was still able to keep the higher intensity and was still in a really good flow. I was able to take it into the finish for my first National Overall and made some History as the first Utah rider to take an Overall as well! The whole day was a dream come true and I couldn’t imagine it being any better! I have to give a huge thanks to all of you that support me and keep the dreams alive I couldn’t have done it without you!”
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