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5 Minutes with…Shawn Maffenbeier’s New Mechanic, Josh Cox

5 Minutes with…Shawn Maffenbeier’s New Mechanic, Josh Cox By Jeff McConkey Erin, Ontario, mechanic, Josh Cox, has been going to the races for a long time. He is a pretty good rider in his own right but spends most of his time making sure others can go fast on the bike. He won the overall at Ulverton MX in 2014 as the mechanic for #732 Kyle Chisholm and will now

5 Minutes with…Westen Wrozyna

5 Minutes with…Westen Wrozyna By Jeff McConkey Newtonville, Ontario, rider, Westen Wrozyna, has had the eyes of the Canadian motocross nndustry fixed on him since he was a very young amateur rider. He moved up through the ranks and turned Pro the same year that saw Dylan Wright and Jess Pettis do the same. After a couple years with support from the GDR Honda Team, Westen will now make the

5 Minutes with…Guillaume St. Cyr

5 Minutes with…Guillaume St. Cyr By Jeff McConkey One of the coolest things about Pro sports is the route athletes take to get there. Everyone has their own story, but the goal is always the same. When a rider makes the move from Amateur to Pro, it usually comes with a lot of ups and downs as they get acclimated to the increased pace and longer motos. Quebec rider, Guillaume

5 Minutes with…John Dowd

5 Minutes with…John Dowd By Billy Rainford Yes, THAT John Dowd. John hit three rounds of our Rockstar Energy MX Nationals: Gopher Dunes, Sand Del Lee, and Ulverton. He finished 17th, 10th, and 8th overall. That’s pretty impressive for a guy who was about to turn 50 the following day! He was trying to leave the pits and drive home but got trapped in a tight 90-degree corner we happened

Live Video for the Parts Canada TransCan – We Talk with Brett Lee

Live Video for the Parts Canada TransCan – We Talk with Brett Lee By Billy Rainford The gang over at Walton Raceway in, you guessed it, Walton, Ontario, are always doing what they can to move the sport of Canadian Motocross forward. The Parts Canada TransCan at Walton Raceway has grown over the years to become one of the biggest amateur motocross events on the calendar – 2nd only to

5 Minutes with…Cole Martinez

5 Minutes with…Cole Martinez By Billy Rainford Although Cole Martinez has never actually lived in Canada or clicked on Direct Motocross (ouch!), he does, in fact, hold dual citizenship between the USA and Canada. He was born and raised in Arizona but his mother lives in Saskatchewan. We had all heard the rumours of the Monster Energy Thor Kawasaki team going after a rider who holds a Canadian passport, but

5 Minutes with…Bobby Kiniry

5 Minutes with…Bobby Kiniry By Billy Rainford New York State rider, Bobby Kiniry, has become a sort of an honorary Canadian due to his racing our Rockstar Energy Drink MX Nationals for so many years. There may even be some younger spectators out there who assume the 29-year-old is actually from somewhere in Canada. Well, he’s actually from Holland Patent, NY. It’s a small town in Upstate New York. It