Photos Mark Kariya

West Hare Scramble Round 4 Overview:

Location: Shasta Lake, CA

Beta Factory Race Team Results:

  • Max Gerston topped the men’s podium with his second 1st place finish of the year. Gerston now leads the series points standings by 22 points
  • Morgan Tanke finished with a 1st place podium in the Pro Women’s class, and is currently in 2nd place in the series points standings.
  • Joe Wasson ended up the Open Pro podium in 3rd place and is currently seated in 2nd place for the series points standings.
  • Beta Factory Support rider; Zane Roberts finished 1st in the Pro 250 class for the 3rd time in a row! Roberts’ is now leading the Pro 250 class points standings by 32 points.
  • Wasson’s, Tanke’s, and Roberts’ next event will be at the 5th round of the National Hare & Hound on May 4th in Little Sahara OHV, UT. Max Gerston’s next event will be at the Wild West Extreme Enduro on May 4th in Sparks, NV.


Bike: Beta 430 RR Race Edition

“The Shasta Dam Grand Prix went well! My 430 got me off to a great start. I was able to get into the lead and bring it all the way to the finish. The course had all types of riding from tight single track to wide open roads so I had a ton of fun. My team did a great job in the pits as we pitted every lap of the 28 mile loop. I am happy to build some momentum and expand my points lead.”


Bike: Beta 430 RR Race Edition

“Lake Shasta… I had a lot of work cut out for me after a bad start. I put my head down and started charging. I was able to make my way to the front of the pack, but I used a lot of energy and focus getting up there. I made a few mistakes and was sitting 3rd, so I made the decision to settle in there and ride to the finish. I probably could have charged harder, and got into second, but I didn’t wanna push myself into a mistake and risk crashing.”


Bike: Beta 250 RR Race Edition

“I got off to a great start at the Shasta WHS with the holeshot. After leading for a bit I developed a bad case of arm pump and was having a hard time holding on. I was able to shake it off about halfway through the race and catch back up to the leader. With about a half lap to go I made the pass into the lead again and held it to the finish! I’m super excited to get my Beta up on the top step!”

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