Frid’Eh Update #45 Presented by Scott Motosports By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford If I said #45 to you, you’d probably think of riders like Colton Facciotti, Damon Bradshaw, or maybe some skinny kid named Rainford from back in the 1980’s. However, in the 2015 Rockstar MX Nationals, #45 was none other than Jeff Alessi. Of course, he’s know for riding one digit higher than his brother, Mike, with #801,
Frid’Eh Update #45 Presented by Scott Motosports
250 Two-Stroke Rule for 2016 Rockstar Energy Drink Motocross Nationals The intention of allowing 250 two-strokes to compete in the MX2 class was to allow Canadian privateers an affordable way to compete in regional, provincial and national level events. That has been achieved in all regions of the country, apparent by the growing number of 250 two-strokes that line up every weekend to race. However, at the Pro Nationals where
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#TBT 2012 Video Interview with Bobby Kiniry With Bobby Kiniry recently announcing his intention to go Pro Bass fishing in the next chapter of his competitive life, it seemed appropriate to dig up an old interview with the long-time Canadian Nationals competitor from New York State. Kyle Carruthers caught up with him at the 2012 Yamaha Press Ride Day up at Motopark. Thanks for all the great memories, Bobby. The
On the Radar – Jamieson MacDonald By Jeff McConkey Name: Jamieson MacDonald Age: 7 Hometown: Grafton, Ontario School and Grade: Grafton Public School, Grade 3 Number: 161 Bike: 2015 KTM 50 SXS Classes: 50 (7-8), 50 GP and 65 (7-9) Race Club: MMRS, CMRC, AMO, MX 101, WNYRacing How did you get started in racing? My dad got me into it. He used to ride Motocross and Ice Race.
CMRC and Challenge Quebec work as one in 2016! Canadian Motosport Racing Corporation (CMRC) is pleased to announce a new agreement between Challenge Quebec and CMRC, Canada’s national sanctioning organization for motocross. This agreement marks the first in many years when competitors throughout the province will race under one sanctioning organization, which will prove to be a great advantage to racers and the health of the sport in general. Challenge
Faces at the Races – Calgary AX By Billy Rainford I haven’t been posting these columns for most of the Canadian National AX Tour so I wanted to make sure we got one up on the site after the final round of racing at the Agruim in Calgary. With so many amateurs and full gates of Pro riders showing up, it was a great way to close out the tour.
Out of the Blue: Sandra Renaud By Jeff McConkey Name: Sandra Renaud Birth Date: April 15 1995 Hometown: Blainville, Quebec School & Grade or Occupation: Sales Rep for Nedco Number: 415 Bike: 2012 Suzuki RMZ250 Classes: Women How did you get started in racing? I was supposed to start my first complete season of racing this year, but unfortunately tore my ACL and got operated on in July. I had