Monday Morning Coffee

Monday Morning Coffee | Presented by Renegade Fuel

By Billy Rainford I guess you can add a little Baileys to your coffee at this time of night! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone north of the border here in Canada. We had some family obligations that sort of took us out of the picture for most of the weekend, so that’s why this Monday Morning Coffee goes best with Baileys. It also means it’s story time! Emily and I left

Monday Morning Coffee | Renegade Fuel

By Billy Rainford Renegade is like you, never forgetting about the one car garage where we started to being a national and global player of racings best kept secret.  We don’t control you and we don’t enforce fuel mandates or fuel rules- Why? Because They Suck! We don’t just say we Make Power, we do!  We don’t just sell racing fuel and lubricants, we engineer them and we are racers ourselves.  Renegade

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford Welcome to another cup of coffee. This one should see us preparing to leave for Holland and the Motocross of Nations in Assen, but it isn’t. No, we’ll all be here at home digging through our family histories, looking for a reason to cheer for a certain team. Me? Well, my dad is straight from Liverpool, so I guess I’ll have to be rooting for Team Great

Monday Morning Coffee | Montreal SX | Renegade

By Billy Rainford Truthfully, I’m starting this week off with a massive cup of tea before heading into the coffee portion of my day. It was the Montreal Supercross weekend and Emily and I met up with an old high school friend of mine who lives in Montreal. He’s an interesting cat who also has property in Tokyo, Japan. Anyway, we met for brunch on our way out of the

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford Welcome to another Monday Morning Coffee column. I’d like to welcome Hall Race Fuel and Renegade Fuel to the column. Coffee fuels the body on a Monday and Renegade does the same for your bike! Follow Hall Race Fuel on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/hallracefuel/ It was our last “off” weekend before we get the Supercross ball rolling this coming Saturday at Round 1 of the Rockstar Energy Triple

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford Happy Labour Day Monday Morning Coffee. It feels like just yesterday I was welcoming us to the first long weekend of the summer season back in May. Another Canadian Pro Motocross season has come and gone and we find ourselves in a bit of a “shoulder season” between MX and SX. We won’t have very long to wait, though, because the Montreal Supercross will be here before

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford Wow, two finales in two weeks. It’s been a pretty busy end to the outdoor Motocross season both here in Canada and then at round 12 of the Lucas Oil AMA Motocross Championship at Ironman MX in Crawfordsville, Indiana. To be honest, I wanted nothing more than to spend a weekend lying on my couch staring at the TV, but when I learned we had a couple

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford OK, so how about this? You’re getting ready for the Walton TransCan — the biggest and best week in Canadian Amateur Motocross — you’re going to follow that up with what is likely Colton Facciotti‘s final National, you drive up to the track for the Opening Ceremonies on Monday, park the van, open the door, and a headache hits you in the face! And guess what? The

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford Welcome to the second biggest Monday of the year. That’s right, we’re about to put the cap on the outdoor season for another year, starting with the TransCan at Walton Raceway. We’re getting ready to head north from London to actually stay on site for the first time…ever. Yes, I’m sure I spent the odd night at the track in an old station wagon or maybe the

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford No matter where you go and what you do, there’s no place like home. I had one of my best road trips out in the maritimes the past couple weeks, but I can say that I’m extremely happy to be typing this Monday Morning Coffee from the comfort of my home office. After River Glade, I decided to head over to Miramichi, NB instead of immediately making