The Pros’ Bikes By Billy Rainford Have a look at some of the 2015 Pro riders’ bikes that were out on display during amateur day. Tell us which one is your favourite.
The Pros’ Bikes
Schrader’s Women’s West Nationals – Round 1 PODCASTS Co-Organizers Denaye Arnett and Camille Bunko 9th Place #138 Kirsten Tse 5-17 4th Place #6 Brittany Danyluk 4-4 3rd Place #631 Rachel Springman 3-3 2nd Place #3 Sara King 2-2 1st Place #2 Kennedy Lutz 1-1
Schrader’s Women’s West Nationals – Round 1 Results May 30, 2015 Whispering Pines Kamloops, BC Results: 1. 2 Kennedy Lutz YAM 1-1 2. 3 Sara King HON 2-2 3. 631 Rachel Springman YAM 3-3 4. 6 Brittany Danyluk SUZ 4-4 5. 5 Jamie Munro KTM 6-5 6. 7 Dominique Daffe YAM 7-6 7. 334 Camille Bunko SUZ 8-8 8. 30 Courtney Stelter YAM 10-10 9. 138 Kirstin Tse YAM 5-17
Frid’Eh Update #21 Presented by Fox FLEXAIR By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to the 21st week of the DMX Frid’Eh Update presented this week by Fox FLEXAIR. For 2015, #21 belongs to the popular Kemptville, Ontario, rider, Honda Canada TLD GDR’s Jeremy Medaglia. Jeremy has been touted as a championship contender since his early days as a top Intermediate. Unfortunately, he hasn’t been able to realize that potential…yet.
2011 Canadian MX Nationals Rider Intros By Billy Rainford With the 2015 season starting in just 3 days, this seemed appropriate:
On the Radar: Alex Hobden By Jeff McConkey Name: Alex Hobden Age: 21 Hometown: Beaverton, ON Occupation: Student Number: 311 Bike: Husqvarna FC 450 Race Club: MMRS/CMRC Classes: MX1 Pro How did you get started in racing? My dad raced Pro, and I would always look through this box of trophies that he had in the basement. It got to the point where all I would talk about is riding. It wasn’t
Sand Del Lee Eastern ANQ/MMRS Provincial/Ironman Challenge Photo Report Photos and captions by Dawn McClintock MX101 and MMRS jointly put together a weekend chalked full of fun and some great racing to boot. The Sand Del Lee Eastern ANQ/MMRS Provincial Round 6 and Ironman Challenge managed to wedge in nearly 900 entries and both clubs can claim an extremely successful weekend. The MMRS club shifted its course and took up
2015 Women’s West Nationals Preview By Jeff McConkey This year’s Women’s West National Championship is wide open. Word is that defending champ Hailey Larson won’t be competing. That means we will be crowning a new champion. We have a really good group of candidates, but there are 2 girls that stand out to me. Those 2 girls are young Kennedy Lutz and veteran Rachel Springman. I feel Sarah King won’t