Gage Stine was arguably one of the most impressive riders in attendance at the 2020 Baja Brawl. The rider out of Maryland mixed it up towards the sharp end of the pack in the B class at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Championship just over one month ago and he was obviously determined to step his game up at the Brawl. Stine displayed unrelenting speed and consistency throughout all nine motos that he raced throughout the weekend, finishing on the podium every single time he lined up on the gate. In the 250 B class, the KTM rider put together 3-2-1 moto results in order to take the number one plate as he incessantly demonstrated race-winning speed in all three motos. In the third and final moto, Stine set the fastest lap of the race and did what he needed to do to secure the title. In the 450 B class, it was more of the same for the rider out of Callahan MX School, going 2-3-1 for 1st place overall as he snagged his second championship. Stine wrapped up his weekend at the Baja Brawl in ideal fashion with another title in the Schoolboy 2 (12-17) B/C division, earning 2-1-2 moto scores on the way to his third number one plate of the weekend, outfoxing his competitors with impressive race craft, consistency, and longevity throughout the three moto format.