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McThoughts | San Diego Supercross | 250 Class

McThoughts | San Diego Supercross | 250 Class By Jeff McConkey Photos by Billy Rainford 250 Class This past weekend in San Diego we had a slower, jumpier track. It was technical and it had different options, and it made for good racing. The top guys were, once again, near the front for the most part and the title chase got a little bit tighter with points leader Aaron Plessinger

San Diego Supercross | #497 Brock Leitner Interview

San Diego Supercross | #497 Brock Leitner Interview By Billy Rainford I always dread walking up and asking a rider for an interview when I can plainly see they are not thrilled with how their day went. Unfortunately, this is motocross racing and things don’t always go your way. In fact, on average, a racer’s goals are usually not met but that’s a huge part of what keeps them lining

Catching Up with…#11 Kyle Chisholm

Catching Up with…#11 Kyle Chisholm By Billy Rainford It was Florida racer, #11 Kyle Chisholm‘s week for the Frid’Eh Update today, but Kyle was busy hitting the track for Media Day at Petco Park here in San Diego. Kyle was kind enough to answer a few questions for us, so here’s what he had to say: Direct Motocross: Hello, Kyle. Thanks for talking with us today. Let’s start by talking

Frid’Eh Update #6 Presented by Race Tech

Frid’Eh Update Presented by Race Tech By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to the 6th week of 2018. The Monster Energy AMA Supercross season is well underway and Kyle Chisholm has been busy racing the 250 West Series. Kyle has done some time in Canada, starting way back when he came up to race at the Walton TransCan. He’s been back to race our series a couple times since

Catching Up with…#120 Todd Bannister

Catching Up with…#120 Todd Bannister By Billy Rainford You meet the nicest people when you just walk up to a white panel van and say hello. OK, reading that back, I understand that only works around a motocross track – do not try this anywhere else, please! Anyway, I did just that today at Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park and got chatting with privateer racer, #120 Todd Bannister. Todd is from

On the Radar | Josh Nay | Scott Sports Canada

On the Radar | Josh Nay | Scott Sports Canada By Jeff McConkey Name:  Josh Nay Age: 30 Hometown: Alameda, Saskatchewan Occupation: Account Manager for Nalco Champion Number: 177 Bike: Kawasaki KX450F Race Club: Souris Valley MX Classes: A class How did you get started in racing? I was 22 years old and working with a guy who has now become a good friend who introduced me to dirt bikes.