Griffin Colapinto & Seth Moniz Crush Hawaii

Young guns Griffin Colapinto and Seth Moniz have spent quite a bit of time down in Hawaii the past couple of months, including competing at the Volcom Pipe Pro where Griffin took 3rd and Seth was recognized with the Todd Chesser Hard Charger award. Here’s what the duo got up to in their time in the tropical destination.

Zach Osborne goes 1-for-1 at SX East

As the Supercross circuit moves east for the Lites class, Rockstar-Husky-Dragon rider Zach Osborne was looking to build off of last year’s success. And at the first race of the year in Minneapolis, young Osborne took a podium place, setting himself up for a nice run at the title. Zach was in the mix for the win, until he slipped and tipped over near the end, yet he recovered enough to finish on the podium.

“It was great to be the fastest in both practices,” Osborne told Dragon Motorsports. “I got an okay start in the main and someone went down in front of me and I had to check up. I caught up to the leaders and got into second, and got really close, then just washed my front end out in a sandy corner. I was able to remount and actually come all the way back and almost get back into second. I feel really good and I’m really positive for this season. I really want to get that first win monkey off my back and just focus on the championship.”

With one race down in the East Coast circuit, Zach sits in 3rd place in the points race. On the 450 side of things, Jason Anderson took another 4th place (his 3rd of the year), showing his consistency in an inconsistent field this year. He currently sits in 5th place in points, astonishing after missing a whole race due to a DQ dustup. This week the tour moves to the geographic east, with the race coming to Atlanta’s hallowed Georgia Dome.