FLY Athletes Set to Take Control of X Games Aspen

January 22, 2014 - 5:18 PM

This January 23-26, the town of Aspen, Colorado will once again host the Winter X Games. Be sure to tune-in to television coverage as FLY Racing has athletes competing in all of the scheduled snowmobile events.

Thursday night the 23rd will play host to the freestyle competition. Idaho local Heath Frisby will be looking to add to his collection of medals wearing his FLY Racing gear and F2 helmet. Colten Moore will be making the trip from Texas looking for the gold and carrying on the torch for his brother Caleb who tragically passed away from injuries at last year’s games. Sam Rogers will be battling for a medal in his Triple 9 Optics goggles, FLY Racing gear, and helmet. Willie Elam will be looking to bring home a medal for his newborn daughter, and Joe Parsons will be sending it in his F2 helmet.

Saturday’s event will be the Long Jump competition in which Heath Frisby, Colten Moore, and Willie Elam (if he qualifies), will also be looking to send it for some medals.

Sunday the 26th, FLY athletes will be competing for medals in Snocross action. Look for Tucker Hibbert in his FLY Racing F2 helmet as he looks to add to his plate of accomplishments. If T-Train takes the gold, he’ll earn his seventh consecutive gold medal and 12th X Games Snocross medal. Ross Martin will be piloting his Jack Links Polaris and F2 helmet hoping to land on the podium bringing home another medal. The adaptive Snocross will be one of the most exciting races to watch as last year’s final saw lots of excitement and great racing. “Monster” Mike Schultz, Jim Wazny, Doug Henry, and Garret Goodwin will all be out there in FLY Racing gear and helmets battling for the gold!

Full roster of Fly Racing Athlete’s competing:

Heath Frisby
Colten Moore
Joe Parsons
Sam Rogers
Willie Elam

Heath Frisby
Colten Moore
Willie Elam (Alternate).

“Monster” Mike Schultz
Doug Henry
Garret Goodwin
Jim Wazny

Tucker Hibbert
Ross Martin
Cody Thompson
Johan Lidman
Zach Pattyn
Mike Bauer
Willie Elam
Tim Tremblay

Television Broadcast Schedule
Thursday, January 23 – Snowmobile Freestyle Final – 9 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET ¬– ESPN
Saturday, January 25 – Snowmobile Long Jump Final – 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. ET – ABC
Sunday, January 26 – Snowmobile Adaptive Snocross Final – 2 p.m.–6 p.m. ET – ESPN
Sunday, January 26 – Snowmobile Snocross Final – 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. ET – ESPN
Saturday, February 1 – Best of X Games Aspen – 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. ET – ABC