Strong Start to the ATVMX Season Continues for 4130 Motorsports Rider

KEMP, Texas – 4130 Motorsports’ Jayden Londerville traveled more than 1,500 miles to compete against the best ATV motocross racers in the country at Underground MX Park in Kemp, Texas. The second round of the ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX), an AMA National Championship, saw Londerville go 3-3 in pro-am and 2-2 in pro sport in the Lone Star State to land overall podium finishes in both highly-competitive classes.

Jayden Londerville has had a strong start to the 2024 ATVMX season. Photo credit: RipitupFilms – Gloop Mahey

After being the fastest qualifier for Pro-Am, the Wisconsin-based rider felt confident headed into the first moto. With first gate-pick, Londerville’s strategy was to start from the left of the start box – essentially the middle of the starting line. After powering out of the gate, he was shuffled back to ninth in the first corner chaos. While this was a setback, Londerville put his head down and charged into the top three by the time the third lap rolled around. Despite trying to catch the top two, he didn’t have enough time and had to settle for third when the checkered flag waved.  

The second moto saw Londerville get off to a top three start and held close to the second-place rider for the majority of the race. A mishap then sent Londerville off of the track, giving his competitors the advantage of pulling a larger gap. After he got back on the track, Londerville was motivated to catch the top two riders. So, he picked up his pace considerably. The intense Texas heat wasn’t showing sympathy for the riders and severely affected Londerville’s performance in the end.  He wasn’t able to climb higher than third by the time the moto expired. 

He left Underground MX Park with third overall after his 3-3 moto finishes.

“In moto one, I had first gate-pick but got pinched off in the first corner,” said Londerville. “I was back around ninth place and made some quick passes getting into third around lap three. I stayed there until the end of the moto. I was too far out to catch the leaders. For my second moto, I had a good start. I was in third, and me and second-place were close and battling for about six laps. I ended up hitting a big kicker and going off the track, resulting in him pulling away. I wasn’t able to catch him, and I was pushing so hard I had a bit of heat exhaustion by the end of the race but still managed to get third overall.”

Two overall podiums were tallied by Jayden Londerville at Underground MX Park. Photo credit: RipitupFilms – Gloop Mahey

Pro Sport
In the first moto, the 19-year-old didn’t grab the start he was hoping for. However, he was able to make up six positions within the first lap aboard his Yamaha YFZ450R. By the second lap, Londerville was sitting in fourth. After yet another lap, he was holding onto a podium spot. Just over halfway through the moto, he powered his way into second. He ended up taking the flag in the runner-up position.

A better start in the second moto gave Londerville an initial boost. Running in the top three by the end of the first lap, he began plotting his attack to get to the front of the field. By mid-race, he was in P2. A slight mechanical issue with his throttle positioning resulted in him having to adjust his riding style. However, he was able to hold onto the second-place spot until the end.

With 2-2 results, he captured second overall in pro sport for the weekend.

“I got almost last gate-pick in the first moto, so I didn’t get a good gate,” said Londerville. “My start wasn’t the best, so I started off in twelfth and made quick passes. I just wasn’t close enough to make a move on the leader, so I ended up second. I got a better start in the second moto, but it still wasn’t great. I was slowly catching the leader when I had a problem with my throttle on the last lap. It got pushed down, and I wasn’t able to ride how I normally do.”

Looking Forward 
Just two rounds into the 10-round series, Londerville is well-positioned for future success. He holds second in pro sport class standings and third pro-am points.

“The weekend went good,” Londerville said. “We definitely need to work on some stuff before Georgia, but we will be prepared.”

The next round will be held at Echeconnee MX in Lizella, Georgia, on April 20-21.

Pro-Am Overall Results

1. Mason Jackson, Yamaha
2. Kevin Saar, Yamaha
3. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports

Pro Sport Overall Results

1. Joey Norris, Yamaha
2. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports
3. Brett Musick, Honda

Pro-Am Standings

1. Mason Jackson, 25
2. Kevin Saar, 22
3. Jayden Londerville, 20

Pro Sport Standings

1. Joey Norris, 50
2. Jayden Londerville, 44
3. Heath Hannah, 30

About 4130 Motorsports
Established in 2014, the 4130 Motorsports team fields four-time national champion Jayden Londerville of Wausau, Wisconsin, in the pro-am and pro sport classes of the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship (ATVMX). Follow the team at and

Team supporters include Londerville Steel Enterprises, SSi Decals, FLY Racing, FourWerx Carbon, RP Race, Baldwin Motorsports, JB Racing, Doug Schiltz Motorsports, HRP, CST Tires, VP Racing Fuels, BCC Skids, 2Brothers Powersports, Hinson Clutch Components, Maxima Racing Oils and DBR Race Products.

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