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Future West AX Point Standings

Future West AX Point Standings Heading into rounds 5 and 6 this weekend in Chilliwack, BC, here’s a look at the current Future West Moto Arenacross Championships point standings with just one more weekend of racing to go after this, Feb 8-9. Ladies  Place – Name Number – Hometown 11/23/2018 Finish 11/24/2018 Finish 11/30/2018 Finish 12/1/2018 Finish Total Points 1st – KIANA SACHE #19 – CHILLIWACK, BC 1st 1st 1st 1st 100 2nd – HAYLEY WUTHRICH #878 – TAYLOR, BC 2nd 2nd

#32 Graham Scott Out for the Season

#32 Graham Scott Out for the Season By Billy Rainford 22-year-old Victoria, British Columbia, native, Graham Scott, has announced that he will be forced to sit out the 2019 race season as he gets set to have surgery to repair injuries sustained in a practice crash last season. The stylish rider was set to race for the Scotty Cycle North Honda team in the new season alongside fellow Victoria racer

WEC Frosbite TT – February 16th

For those off-road racers that just can’t wait until Spring, World Enduro Canada is delivering just what you’re waiting for…The 2019 Frostbite TT! Spearheaded by Kyle Bichard and Dennis Knott, this time trial event is set on the snowy and icy trails in Meaford, Ontario. Classes will be available for all abilities, including Vintage. Proper studded tires are recommended but non-studded tires are acceptable as well. Race format will have multiple

Supercross Futures Round 3 | Canadian Results

Supercross Futures Round 3 | Canadian Results Round 3 of the inaugural Supercross Futures series took place this past Sunday at Oakland – Alameda Coliseum in Oakland, California, the day after Round 4 of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross. Canada had 4 riders competing in the amateur classes. Here’s a look at their results: #43 Noah Viney (from Ontario now living in California) 85 (9-15) – 3rd Mini Sr. (12-15)

Out of the Blue | LeNeysa McPherson | Schrader’s

Out of the Blue | LeNeysa McPherson | Schrader’s By Jeff McConkey Name: LeNeysa McPherson Date of Birth: January 29th Hometown: Alvinstion, ON School and Grade or Occupation: L.C.C.V.I, grade 11, student Number: #666 Bike: 2004 CR125 HONDA and 2005 CRF250 HONDA Race Club: Thames Valley Riders Class: Ladies A and MX D Who got you get started in racing? My older brother, Dylin McPherson. As a little girl, were

PR: KTM RED BULL THOR FACTORY RACER JESS PETTIS CONTINUES TO IMPROVE HIS SUPERCROSS PERFORMANCE

  KTM RED BULL THOR FACTORY RACER JESS PETTIS CONTINUES TO IMPROVE HIS SUPERCROSS PERFORMANCE KTM Red Bull THOR Factory Racing Newsletter January 28th, 2019 Chambly, Qc – Canadian KTM Red Bull THOR Factory racer Jess Pettis stood his ground this weekend at the Oakland SX securing an impressive 11th place finish in the Main Event.   During the day, Pettis qualified 12th after clinching the holeshot in the first heat of the 250SX West Heat 1 which put his KTM 250 SX-F

ICYMI | Catching Up with Jeremy Medaglia

ICYMI | Catching Up with Jeremy Medaglia By Billy Rainford Following in his older brother’s footstep, Jeremy Medaglia has proven he is his own person and has always done things his way. Riding for many of the top factory-supported teams in Canada, Jeremy has always been a fan favourite when and wherever he shows up. His autograph lines at the nationals are always among the longest. He’s been forced to

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford Good Monday Morning from the highway. Yes, it’s time I pointed the #DMXVan east and headed home. What a trip it has been – over 4 weeks on the road out in California for Supercross and then to Aspen, Colorado, for the Winter X Games. If you don’t like having too much time to yourself, maybe motocross journalism isn’t for you. Although these are very busy road