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Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford Hey, guess what happened since the last Monday Morning Coffee column. It’s spring! It’s almost time to get Mondays started with a coffee outside on the front porch while I think about random stories that may or may not entertain DMX readers.We’re not quite there yet, but we’re close. I was fortunate enough to spend a large portion of this past winter in warm climates – California

Seattle Supercross Summary

Marvin Musquin Earns 450SX Class Victory But Penalized in Points Dylan Ferrandis Grabs Career-First Western Regional 250SX Class Win Seattle, Wash., (March 24, 2019) With a very dramatic post-race dilemma, Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship didn’t tally the points on the Seattle event until after the racing had ended, the bikes had cooled, and many of the 58,721 fans were making their way out of the stadium.

Frid’Eh Update #12 Presented by Race Tech

Frid’Eh Update #12 Presented by Race Tech By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to Week #12 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update Presented by Race Tech. Spring is slowly showing itself here in the Great White North. The west coast has already seen temperatures above 20 degrees C, the middle of the country is coming out of its deep freeze, Ontario is starting to see tracks open, Quebec…well, Quebec still

#TBT | 1983 Singing and Winning at Hully Gully

#TBT | 1983 Singing and Winning at Hully Gully By Billy Rainford I just heard a song on Jack FM that reminded me of an old racing story and figured I’d tell it since it’s #TBT. The song was April Wine’s ‘Just between You and Me,’ the place was Hully Gully, and the year was 1983. It was a Houseleague race on a Thursday evening. I was the local 80cc

Where Were You for the 2014 Toronto Supercross? The Night James Stewart Blew All Our Minds!

Where Were You for the 2014 Toronto Supercross? The Night James Stewart Blew All Our Minds! By Billy Rainford The shooting of JFK, landing on the moon. the death of Elvis, and the Twin Towers in 2001, are all huge moments in history, but do you remember where you were the night we witnessed, arguably, the greatest ride in Supercross history? At the Rogers Centre in downtown Toronto back in

Brad Nauditt Talks about His Full-Time Return to Canada

Brad Nauditt Talks about His Full-Time Return to Canada By Billy Rainford I saw Washington State native Brad Nauditt out in California when I was there in January. I knew he was riding again, but I didn’t know to what extent. He has recently announced he will be returning to Canada to race the entire Rockstar Triple Crown Series, so I wanted to get in touch with him to find