Four-Consecutive Pro-Am Podiums for 4130 Motorsports Rider

MOUNT MORRIS, Pa. – With High Point Raceway marking the halfway point of the ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX), an AMA National Championship, the 4130 Motorsports team remains a top contender for two championships. Team rider Jayden Londerville collected another pro-am podium this past weekend, marking four in-a-row. The 19-year-old captured 2-3 results in pro-am for third overall in Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, and went 9-4 in pro sport for eighth overall. Despite an undesirable finish in his first moto, his scores were enough to move him into the points lead in the pro sport class.

Jayden Londerville has captured four-straight pro-am podiums this year. Photo credit: RipitupFilms – Gloop Mahey

Pro Sport
Friday provided wet and soupy track conditions for practice, but it dried up significantly overnight. On Saturday, it worked into a hard-pack, fast track. With the pro sport class entries exceeding starting gates, heat races were once again used to determine placement into the second moto. In his heat, Londerville launched off of the start into the top five. He pushed his way up to third within a few laps and was making a move to overtake the second-place rider. The rider ahead of him took an unexpected line and Londerville wasn’t able to stay in the clear, resulting in a crash. After getting back on his Yamaha YFZ450R, Londerville made a charge to regain positions. However, he was ninth at the time that the checkers flew – ultimately sending him to the last-chance qualifier (LCQ). He made the best of the situation and was able to set the fastest lap time and claim the win in the LCQ.

For the second moto, Londerville didn’t get the gate pick or the start that he desired. In the top 10 off of the gate drop, he chased down several riders ahead to be in fifth by the third lap. Around the halfway point, the Wisconsin-based rider gained another position. He held the spot all the way to the finish line.

With 9-4 results, Londerville salvaged eighth overall in Pennsylvania. However, it will still enough to earn him the pro sport points lead.

“For moto one, I made a pass into third by the second lap and was pushing to get around second,” said Londerville. “I ended up crashing pretty hard but got back up and tried to salvage that race. I ended up having to go to the LCQ. I won that race but was really sore and went to the medical tent to get checked out. For my second moto, I knew I had my work cut out for me being injured and lining up way on the outside. I came out about tenth and only worked my way up to fourth. It was a tough race, for sure. I’m not too happy with those results.”

Londerville overtook the lead for the pro sport point standings. Photo credit: RipitupFilms – Gloop Mahey

Londerville was still feeling the effects of his crash in the pro sport class the prior day, but he pushed through the discomfort in pro-am qualifying to take third. In Moto 1, he blasted his Yamaha YFZ450R into the top three and continued to chase down the leaders. He was able to make a pass into second, but was unable to gain any ground on the leader before time ran out.

With another solid start in the second moto, Londerville was in fourth. He battled to get into the third-place position and then was able to hold steady in the top three for the duration of the race, clicking off consistent lap times around a minute and a half. When it came time for the checkered flag to wave, he finished the race in third.  

Second and third place moto finishes awarded him third overall in pro-am for the weekend.

“For pro-am qualifying, I was super sore from my crash the day before,” said Londerville. “But I threw down a few fast laps and ended up P3 going into moto one. I had a great start and was up front right away in the first moto. I stuck with the leaders and ended up passing into second and managing that gap before I took second. For the second moto, I had a good start in fourth and got stuck behind third for a little bit. I got around him and tried to catch the leaders, but the gap just stayed the same — so I ended up third.”

Looking Forward 
Londerville has overtaken the pro sport class lead after five rounds and is third in pro-am. His desire to chase the two national championships remains strong.

“We now have two weeks off in between races,” Londerville said. “I’m going to continue to put in work. I’m definitely seeing results in terms of speed and endurance on the bike, so I just need to continue to work at it and get ready for the next race.”  

The next round will take place at Budds Creek Raceway in Mechanicsville, Maryland, on June 8-9.

Pro Sport Overall Results

1. Brett Musick, Honda
2. Cale Deal, Yamaha
3. Cody Houghton, Yamaha

8. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports

Pro Sport Standings

1. Jayden Londerville, 101
2. Joey Norris, 96
3. Cody Houghton, 87

Pro-Am Overall Results

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

Pro-Am Standings

1. Mason Jackson, 97
2. Kevin Saar, 81
3. Jayden Londerville, 80

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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