Frid'EH Update

Frid’Eh Update #37 Gamma Powersports

Frid’Eh Update #37 Presented by Gamma Powersports By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford It’s not often we get to say we know a World Record Holder, but that’s what we have here this week in Alex Harvill. Often, it’s the quietest people you need to pay closest attention to and that seems to be the case here. Alex is the polite and humble rider out of Washington State who races

Frid’Eh Update #36 Presented by FXR

Frid’Eh Update #36 Presented by FXR By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #36 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update. It’s been a long summer that seems to have disappeared in the blink of an eye. Well, time slips away and leaves you with nothing, Mister, but boring stories of…Glory Days.” ~ The Boss It’s not until you look back at all the things that happened that you realize

Frid’Eh Update #35 Presented by KTM Canada

Frid’Eh Update #35 Presented by KTM Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to Week #35 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update this week Presented by KTM Canada. Jason Benny has been racing for as long as he can remember and came up through the ranks with some fast riders. His path got thrown off a little by some injuries, but he’s back at full strength and starting to get

Frid’Eh Update #34 Presented by KTM Canada

Frid’Eh Update #34 Presented by KTM Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to Week #34 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update. This one marks the end of the Rockstar Energy MX Nationals, so Vincent Lauzon gets the honour of being the subject of what could be a memorable week in Canadian Motocross history. Big changes are in the air, but we’ll get to that later. Here’s a look at

6 Questions with #46 Marco Cannella and #424 Austin Watling

6 Questions with #46 Marco Cannella and #424 Austin Watling By Billy Rainford With both Marco Cannella and Austin Watling about to join their ‘Fab 3’ counterpart, #184 Tanner Ward, in the Pro ranks this weekend, we wanted to check in with the pair to get a quick look inside their heads as they make this next big step. We asked them the same 6 questions to see what they

Frid’Eh Update #33 Presented by Race Tech

Frid’Eh Update #33 Presented by Race Tech By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #33 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update Presented by Race Tech. For 2017, #33 was Kelowna, BC racer, Casey Keast. Casey is completing his first full summer of Pro racing. He raced out west in 2016 but didn’t make the trip east. He’s had some very impressive results and also struggled at times, as most

Frid’Eh Update #32 Presented by OTSFF

Frid’Eh Update #32 Presented by OTSFF By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #32 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update presented by OTSFF. For 2017, #32 belongs to the rider we’ve gotten to know very well over the past few years. He’s one of those riders you’ll find in that ultra-competitive 12-16th range at the Rockstar Energy MX Nationals. Eric Jeffery is from Bowmanville, Ontario, and is a fixture

Frid’Eh Update #31 Presented by Yamaha Canada

Frid’Eh Update #31 Presented by Yamaha Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to Week #31 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update Presented by Yamaha Motor Canada. We haven’t seen Utah native Dusty Humphries at a round of the Rockstar Energy MX Nationals, but if we did, he’d be running the big #31. Dusty is one of the many riders who seem to be from Utah and have been lured

Frid’Eh Update #30 Presented by Race Tech

Frid’Eh Update #30 Presented by Race Tech By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to Week #30 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update Presented by Race Tech. Last year, Utah’s Brandan Leith showed up and raced the first few rounds of the Rockstar Energy MX Nationals and did very well. He was sitting up near the top before his run came to an end and he didn’t head east. After racing

Frid’Eh Update #29 Presented by Dragon Alliance

Frid’Eh Update #29 Presented by Dragon Alliance By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Welcome to week #29 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update this week presented by______. #29 belongs to the rider who we’ve known well since he was racing little bikes. He’s come up through the ranks and races the big amateur nationals in the USA. JC Bujold is a big, strong rider and his move to the MX1 class