Pique Magazine |
Riders crash with hotelier at Crankworx
by Dan Falloon
“However, owner Russell Kling and his family opened his Benchlands home to the two riders for the rest of the festival.
“He had open arms and let me stay in his guest suite in his actual home,” Boggs said. “It was the best of both worlds. I could meet Russell from the new hotel that’s opening and have a nice place to stay. It was the perfect location for everything; all my races were close and they were the best living quarters we could get — way better than any hotel.”
Kling said his house is no stranger to guests, but with an empty room, he opted to allow the young riders to stay.”