Gage Dunham has earned the reputation of a consistent front runner in the 65cc (7-9) classes throughout the 2020 season, hounding the podium positions at all three of the official Dirty 100 races that he’s attended this year. The Colorado native’s 2020 Dirty 100 campaign started back at Spring A Ding Ding in March with a pair of solid 3rd place finishes in both the 65cc (7-9) and 65cc (7-9) Limited classes. Dunham demonstrated his speed with a moto win to start the weekend and proved how fast and comfortable he is on a rough track like the one at Underground MX, starting the season out on a high note. Fast forward a couple of months to the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship and the KTM rider was back at it again, performing at the top of his class with composure and consistency. Dunham only finished outside of the top five in one out of the six motos that he contested throughout the week and his overall results reflected his impressive effort as he placed 5th in the 65cc (7-9) Limited class and 1st in the 65cc (7-9) class. The rider out of Quick’s Moto Ranch turned it up in the second and third moto of the (7-9) class, bagging a moto win and a 2nd place in order to take the full 50 points while snagging his first Loretta Lynn title in the process. Dunham kept up the strong results at the Baja Brawl, which is a track that he typically rides well, as he earned an additional 40 points in the 65cc (7-9) division with a 4th place finish. The rider out of Colorado currently sits 2nd place overall in the 65cc (7-9) Limited Dirty 100 division with only 4 points between himself and Wyatt Duff and Travis Johnsmeyer who are tied in 3rd position. Meanwhile, Dunham holds 3rd position in the 65cc (7-9) Dirty 100 category, only one point behind his good friend Christopher Harris in 2nd position.