Photo by: Lissa Marsolek

It's not an overall in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series but Broc Tickle took center podium at the second annual Edge of Summer MX race along with a $12,000 check on Saturday at Soaring Eagle Casino in Mt. Pleasant, MI.

Tickle, a Michigan native, had little trouble in the 12-lap race grabbing the holeshot and leading wire-to-wire besting Mike Alessi by 13 seconds. Jacob Hayes, who finished second in Arenacross this year, took third. Tickle, a member of the RCH Racing team owned by Ricky Carmichael and Carey Hart, had one third-place result in the 450 class this year in Motocross but no overall podiums. He finished seventh in that series while teammate Ken Roczen took second. Roczen did not compete in the Edge of Summer.

"Just to be here and hang out with my team and friends, do what we like to do and make some money, you can't ask for much more than that," Tickle said. "I'd like to thank Soaring Eagle for putting on such an epic event to wrap up the summer's racing season."

Nick Wey, another Michigan native, who indicated that the 2015 Supercross season was his last in major pro racing, started 15th but finished eighth, the last money-making spot which earned him $1,000. Wey took second to Ricky Renner last year. Austin Forkner finished fourth and Jesse Wentland rounded out the Top 5.

Carmichael just a week removed from his win in the Legends Race held a week earlier at the Ironman National prior to Round 12 of Motocross won the 30-plus Pro Vet class. Additional racing included pro and amateur ATV classes.

2015 Edge of Summer MX Results

  1. Broc Tickle
  2. Mike Alessi
  3. Jacob Hayes
  4. Austin Forkner
  5. Jesse Wentland
  6. Travis Sewell
  7. Gavin Faith
  8. Nick Wey
  9. Marshal Weltin
  10. Blake Savage