This Saturday, Honda riders will take on round 10 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at the Unadilla National in New Berlin, NY. Unadilla has been part of the AMA motocross circuit for 40 years, with the first race being held on July 16, 1972. American Honda has a total of six wins at Unadilla in the 450 class and two in the 250 class.

According to Tommy Hahn’s mechanic Brent Presnell, “Unadilla is known for being pretty rocky and getting really choppy. It is an open high-speed track with a lot of steep natural terrain up and down hills. There is a huge table called the skyshot and this pit called the gravity cavity that the riders jump in and out of at the finish. We don’t make too many changes to the bikes but depending on the rider’s preference we may add hand guards to the bike to help protect against roost.”