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Guettler and Bartram Dew Action Sports Tour Champs

October 16, 2005 – Ryan Guettler, 22, of Brisbane, AUS won his second Dew Cup of the inaugural Dew Action Sports Tour at the PlayStation® Pro in Orlando’s TD Waterhouse Centre on Saturday night. With his third place finish in BMX Park, he secured the overall points lead and earned a $75,000 year-end bonus and a 2006 Toyota Tacoma.

“This is a dream come true,” said Guettler, “and I couldn’t be happier. I came into this series hoping to win one, and to win two [Dew Cups] is really unbelievable.” Guettler also took top honors in the Panasonic Open in Louisville, Ky. and Denver’s Right Guard Open.

Jackson, NJ native Scotty Cranmer, 18, finished with a score of 93.50, which earned him first place in the PlayStation® Pro’s BMX Park competition. His winning run was highlighted by a front flip over the box to earn him his first win on the Dew Action Sports Tour. Cranmer finishes the season in second place in the overall Dew Action Sports Tour 2005 standings.

Ryan Nyquist, 26, of Los Gatos, Calif. finished second in Saturday night’s competition with a score of 92.25 and also secured third place in the season standings.

Kenny Bartram of Stillwater, Okla., captured the 2005 Dew Action Sports Tour season championship in Freestyle Motocross Saturday by winning the season-ending PlayStation® Pro tour stop. The win gave the 27-year-old Bartram a total of 400 points to win the over-all race and earn a $75,000 bonus and a 2006 Toyota Tacoma, in addition to winning $15,000 for the tour stop victory. Bartram also won the Right Guard Open in Denver and the Vans® Invitational in Portland, Ore.

Entering the PlayStation® Pro, Bartram trailed Jeremy Stenberg of Winchester, Calif., by 13 points in the standings. Stenberg finished fifth Saturday to place second in the season ending standings with 362 points. Third place went to Mike Mason of Minden, Nev., with 271 points.

“It’s amazing what you’ll ride through for (all that money),” said Bartram, who competed despite injuries to his right wrist and left shoulder. “It has been an incredible year, battling with everybody month in and month out. It’s something we’ve never had before. I’m just happy I came out on top.”





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