HILLSDALE, Mich., (April 21, 2011) - There appears to be a movement underway in the central California town of Bakersfield not unlike that in El Cajon back in the 1970s and 80s. A group of talented young motocross racers aboard Cobra Motorcycles - and led by Stilez Robertson - are putting Bakersfield on the map as, quite possibly, the new "El Cajon Zone."This past week/weekend in Mesquite, Nevada, at the NMA U.S. Mini GPs, Cobra's Robertson, Jett Reynolds, Brock Bennett and Ryder Di Francesco all but channeled the names of Glover, RJ, Lechien, Burnworth and Smith in dominating the 50cc classes at the 40th running of the Mini GPs - an event that pretty much put mini bike racing on the map in the United States."El Cajon moves north to Bakersfield," semi-joked Sean Hilbert, President of Cobra Motorcycles, noting that Cobra kids from Bakersfield swept every 50cc class at the Mini GPs.In the 50cc thru 6 classes, Bennett would take top honors on his Cobra CX50JR in the Modified class and place second to Reynolds in the Stock class, while Di Francesco would podium twice (3rd). Pennsylvania's Callin Kauffman would break up the complete Bakersfield sweep of the class with a 2nd place finish in the Modified class - giving the East Coast at least a glimmer of hope in the sport's future (ha, ha).