Toth Student competes in AMA National Motocross Championship
Bryce Queen, who will be in second grade at Toth Elementary School this coming school year, loves racing dirt bikes! He has been riding dirt bikes since he was 5. Now 7 years old, Bryce has qualified for the largest amateur motocross race in the world: the 37th Annual Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, presented by Lucas Oil, to be held July 30 through August 4 at the historic Loretta Lynn Ranch in Tennessee. Bryce took on over 22,000 hopefuls from across the country to earn one of just 1,446 qualifying positions.
“It has been a long and exciting road for Bryce, and for us as well,” shared his mother, Amanda Queen. “He has worked so hard and we couldn’t be prouder of him!”
With the help of sponsors such as Mom and Dad, Pro Flo, Mike Bradish, Sherman Excavating and Perrysburg Moving and Hauling, Bryce has won several races in the last two years and competes nearly every weekend.
The race action will be broadcast live daily at www.RacerTV.com for a total of 40 hours of live coverage. In addition, two highlight shows featuring the event will air on NBC Sports Network in the fall.
Posted Monday, July 30, 2018