Monday Morning Coffee

Monday Morning Coffee

Monday Morning Coffee By Billy Rainford Welcome to another work week. Actually, if you’re in the moto news biz, Mondays are a bit of a relief! I remember when I used to work in retail… I used to manage a running shop out in the Point Grey area of Vancouver, BC. It was retail and so expectations of a ‘normal’ work week went out the window when I took the

Frid’Eh Update #37 Presented by KTM Canada

Frid’EH Update #37 Presented by KTM Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #37 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update this week presented by KTM Canada. In 2015, #37 was the friendly rider from Alberta, Danny Mathe. Danny’s season didn’t go a he would have liked this summer. In fact, we didn’t even get the chance to see him run the #37 at the Nationals this summer. We

TLD Thursday Wallpapers – 2015 Regina National

TLD Thursday Wallpapers – 2015 Regina National By Billy Rainford I was looking for a photo this afternoon and stumbled onto a whole bunch of photos I really enjoyed from this one particular corner when the sun was still low in the sky during first practice. So many photos just sit on hard drives everywhere looking for a place to be seen. Well, here are a few from that particular

Team Canada MXON – A Trip Down Memory Lane

Team Canada MXON – A Trip Down Memory Lane By Carl Bastedo Intro by Billy Rainford With the MXON coming up in less than two weeks, Carl Bastedo wanted to tell a story about the last time the team went over to Ernée, France. This is the first installment in what we’ll call “MXON Storytime.” The year was 2005 and we remember it like it was yesterday (insert blurred-out fade

On the Radar: Brandon Caplar

On the Radar: Brandon Caplar By Jeff McConkey Name: Brandon Caplar Age: 21 Hometown: Ajax, Ontario School & Grade: Fourth year student at Wilfrid Laurier University Occupation: Off road Specialist at GP Bikes Number: 997 Bike: 2015 KTM 250 SX-F Race Club: MMRS Classes: Open C, 250 C, Youth C How did you get started in racing? It was actually right around when I planned on going to Team Ontario