October 26, 2021

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Central Pennsylvania boy competes in filth monitor motocross races

A central Pennsylvania boy is getting some focus in the environment of competitive dirt bicycle racing.

On a regular weekend, Brody Haugh, a soon-to-be 8 year-previous, can be uncovered driving his filth bike preparing for his subsequent opposition that could be anyplace up and down the East Coastline as part of the Grand Nationwide Cross Nation Series. 

“We very much race every single weekend starting in March to soon after Thanksgiving, and we experience and practice a couple moments a week,” stated Mike Haugh, Brody’s father. “A great deal of times we race 2 times a weekend functioning to a condition for a race and then back to Pennsylvania for one more.” 

According to his parents, Brittany Rowe & Mike Haugh, Brody to start with took an desire in using filth bikes when he was 2 years aged and has not appeared back.

Brody is pictured here on a trail during a race on June 12.

“He received a filth bicycle for his birthday, and a number of weeks later on we were being having the training wheels off, and he took it from there,” Rowe reported. “His dad employed to race four-wheelers, and Brody just grew up around matters that go quickly and have wheels.” 

Acknowledged among other racers as “Mac and Cheese,” Brody, who lives in Waynesboro, has now racked up a range of awards and titles in his young career racing the filth tracks sporting his favorite amount 813 on his 2021 Cobra 50cc FWE.