Frid'EH Update

Frid’Eh Update #48 Presented by Atlas Brace

Frid’Eh Update #48 Presented by Atlas Brace By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #48 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update. This week the Update is presented by Atlas Brace and goes out to the rider from Boise, Idaho, #48 Austin Kouba. We got to know Austin back in 2014 when he showed up at the first round of the Canadian MX Nationals at the Wastelands in Nanaimo, BC

Frid’Eh Update #46 Presented by Mobius Braces

Frid’Eh Update #46 Presented by Mobius Braces By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Hello and welcome to the 46th week of the Frid’Eh Update in 2015. This week, it’s brought to you by Mobius Braces and is dedicated to Beech Creek, Pennsylvania, rider, Michael Fowler. Michael has been coming up to race Canadian Nationals for a few years and we’ve gotten to know him pretty well. What we didn’t know

Frid’Eh Update #45 Presented by Scott Motosports

Frid’Eh Update #45 Presented by Scott Motosports By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford If I said #45 to you, you’d probably think of riders like Colton Facciotti, Damon Bradshaw, or maybe some skinny kid named Rainford from back in the 1980’s. However, in the 2015 Rockstar MX Nationals, #45 was none other than Jeff Alessi. Of course, he’s know for riding one digit higher than his brother, Mike, with #801,

Frid’Eh Update #44 Presented by Grubwear

Frid’Eh Update #44 Presented by Grubwear By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #44 of the Frid’Eh Update. This week the Update is brought to you by Grubwear and belongs to 2015 #44 Josh Clark. The Connecticut rider has been racing Pro down in the USA since 2009 and has finished as high in the standings as 29th in the 250 class in 2011. His best finish was

Frid’Eh Update #43 Presented by KTM Canada

Frid’Eh Update #43 Presented by KTM Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Hello, and welcome to week #43 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update Presented by KTM Canada. This week, the Update goes out to a rider who’s been racing a long time. Jason Burke has had his ups and downs in motocross and these days can be found working 9-5 in the Burlington, Ontario, area. Jay only raced 2

Frid’Eh Update #42 Presented by 100%

Frid’Eh Update #42 Presented by 100% By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #42 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update Presented by 100%. Week #42 belongs to a rider out of Utah we’ve gotten to know over the past couple years here in Canada. Riley Brough has been coming north to race the CMRC Rockstar MX Nationals and continues to improve each time we see him. Riley had a

Frid’Eh Update #41 Presented by Fly Racing

Frid’Eh Update #41 Presented by Fly Racing Billy Rainford Welcome to Week #41 of the Frid’Eh Update this week presented by Fly Racing. For 2015, #41 was the friendly Yonkers, NY rider who we got to know a couple years ago when he showed up to race a few of our MX Nationals. Matt Hammer first appeared in one of our photo reports with what I’m sure would have been

Frid’Eh Update #40 Presented by Rekluse

Frid’Eh Update #40 Presented by Rekluse By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to the 40th week of the DMX Frid’Eh Update Presented by Rekluse. #40 in 2015 belonged to the rider who really needs no introduction…unless he’s running #40! Mike Brown from Tennessee has done his fair share of racing north of the border. He spends most of his time these days in the Geico Endurocross Series, jumping water

Frid’Eh Update #39 Presented by Yamaha Motor Canada

Frid’Eh Update #39 Presented by Yamaha Motor Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Hello and welcome to Week #39 of the Frid’Eh Update this week presented by Yamaha Canada. In 2015, #39 was the rider out of Prince George, BC who turned a lot of heads as a young amateur rider just a few short years ago. In a sport the defines the old cliché, “What have you done

Frid’Eh Update #38 Presented by 100%

Frid’Eh Update Presented by 100% By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #38 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update. This week, the Update is brought to you by 100% and is dedicated to the rider who wore #38 a few times less than planned: Tim Tremblay. Tim is one of those riders who can step away from the sport to dominate another and then show up and race for