BLAST FROM THE PAST: WARREN REID FACTORY HONDA ELSINORE- 1976

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Warren Reid made the transition from a Southern California sizzling shoe to a full manufacturing unit rider. In 1976 he received the 250 Help class on the Sears Level Trans-AM. Warren honed his abilities racing the burgeoning motocross mecca in southern California- the Dunes, Saddleback, Lyons and Irwindale raceway when he bought a job at FMF racing making pipes for Donnie Emler. This segued into Donnie porting his cylinder on his 125 Elsinore and his talent degree getting him right into a participant within the professional class after which racing the Nationals for FMF in 1975 and ’76. This led to the Manufacturing unit Honda trip and finally a Trans-AM help title in 1978, the place he bested Broc Glover and Steve Sensible. Warren raced for 10-years on the highest degree, representing groups from Kawasaki, Suzuki and Manufacturing unit Yamaha. Due to Mark Kiel for the picture that made this Blast from the previous attainable.

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