Frid’Eh Update #45 Presented by Race Tech

Frid’Eh Update #45 Presented by Race Tech

Frid’Eh Update #45 Presented by Race Tech By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to the week of the Update that is near and dear to my heart. You see, 45 was the number I chose as my first-ever racing number and it’s always great to see who gets it each time the new numbers come out. In 2017, that lucky rider was Langley, BC rider, Dylan Delaplace. Dylan and

Jetwerx is Hiring

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 30, 2017 Jetwerx Hiring Brigden, ON – Jetwerx is looking to hire a few key players to join their staff as we move into 2018. We have several positions available for part-time and full-time employment, along with some select intern work. Jetwerx will be hosting interviews over the next month to find candidates who are passionate about motocross, that share in the same dreams as Jetwerx,

100% Introduces the Racecraft+ Goggle

100% Introduces the Racecraft+ Goggle Now is the time to upgrade your arsenal. The most renowned goggle on the market just got better; the Racecraft has evolved. Introducing the Racecraft+. With the ever-progressing speeds of riders, the demands of a goggle increase with it, so we stepped up to the plate. We have armed the Racecraft+ with an injected polycarbonate lens to increase visual clarity and protect against the demands

Out of the Blue | Jeannie-Mai Dumas | Schrader’s

Out of the Blue | Jeannie-Mai Dumas | Schrader’s By Jeff McConkey Name: Jeannie-Mai Dumas Birthday: November 30, 1992 Hometown: Drummondville, Qc Occupation: Physical Education teacher Number: 401 Bike: Yamaha yz125  Race Club: Challenge Quebec Classes: Women    How did you get started in racing?   I started three years ago. I raced in Endurocross because it was my first year doing motocross and I really liked it. Then this year I wanted to change to MX so this is my first season in the championship of Challenge Quebec. As a little girl, did you ever expect to be this deep into a sport like motocross? No, as a little girl I never expected to ride someday motocross. I was afraid of this kind of sport. And I think at that time I didn’t know what motocross was, so… (Laughs)