Creamer whips up a frenzy in New England

Filed under: Quad Bikes News — Mat on September 10, 2012

Quad bike racing champion Josh Creamer has taken the New England ATV Motorcross Championship of 2012 after coming first in both of the Pro Class Championships in the ninth round in Clifford, PA.

Creamer was just one among several Can-Am riders who took to the podium at the many racing events which were held across the United States. Racers to take first position included Cody Miller, Joel Hetrick and Hunter Miller. Meanwhile, in France’s 12 Hours of Pont de Vaux, American Dillion Zimmerman came fourth, working alongside Jeremie Warnia from France.

Creamer has had a great racing year in the NEATV-MX season of 2012. He not only won two Pro classes during the ninth round but also managed to secure the 2012 Pro Class title and there are still three remaining rounds. Creamer has been in exceptional form this year thanks to his determination and mastery of the quad bike tracks, despite the adversities he faced in France at the Pont de Vaux before going on to come in fourth.

The ninth round of the NEATV-MX saw Creamer walk away with four wins, which gave him a 1-1 sweep in the Pro-Am and Pro classes. He has shown a great deal of consistency which ensured that he maintained his perfect record while at the same time putting the Pro Championship under his belt.

The racer said that he had enjoyed a superb weekend and both Motos had been good to him. He went on to say that he planned to keep on winning.

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