Podcasts

Prince George PODCASTS | Presented by Cycle North

Prince George PODCASTS | Presented by Cycle North By Billy Rainford MX2: #14 DYLAN WRIGHT HON- 6th (11-5) #338 RYAN SURRATT KAW – 4th (6-4) #12 SHAWN MAFFENBEIER YAM – 14th (3-38) #100 JACOB HAYES KAW – 3rd (5-3) #16 JESS PETTIS YAM – 2nd (2-2) MX1: #6 TYLER MEDAGLIA HON – 6th (7-6) #29 JC BUJOLD HON – 17th (20-15) #2 MATT GOERKE YAM – 2nd (1-2) KOURTNEY LLOYD

PODCASTS | Rockstar MX Nationals | Kamloops

PODCASTS | Rockstar MX Nationals | Kamloops By Billy Rainford MX2: Josh Osby – 3rd (3-3) Shawn Maffenbeier – 1st (1-1) Geran Stapleton – 9th (7-12) Casey Keast – 12th (13-10) MX1: Dillan Epstein – 2nd (1-5) Scott Champion – 13th (13-16) Colton Facciotti – 4th (5-2) Christophe Pourcel – 1st (3-1)  

Women’s West Nationals | Round 1 | PODCASTS

Women’s West Nationals | Round 1 | PODCASTS By Billy Rainford Kristi Moore – Series Organizer Lexi Pechout – 2nd (2-2) Kate Lees – 5th (4-6) Kristen Tse – 3rd (3-3) Danika White – 7th (6-7) Summer Knowles – 11th (9-11) Dominique DaffĂ© – 6th (7-5)

PODCAST | Jacob Hayes

PODCAST | Jacob Hayes By Billy Rainford North Carolina’s #100 Jacob Hayes is already a Canadian champion in the Arenacross Tour series. He had hoped to repeat that fete in the MX2 class last season in the Rockstar Energy MX Nationals. Unfortunately, a knee injury sustained in the first turn at round 1 took away that chance. Fast forward a year and the talented 23-year-old will get another shot this

PODCAST | Kaven Benoit | KTM Canada

PODCAST | Kaven Benoit | KTM Canada By Billy Rainford   Drummondville, Quebec’s Kaven Benoit impressed everyone last summer when he finished 3rd overall in the Rockstar Energy MX Nationals‘ MX1 class in his rookie season. He headed to Europe for an indoor race this past winter and ended up badly breaking his ankle. Because of his injury, Kaven was unable to get south to train as early as he

PODCAST | Women’s West MX Champion | Shelby Turner

PODCAST | Women’s West MX Champion | Shelby Turner By Billy Rainford Barons, Alberta, native, Shelby Turner, has been riding a dirt bike since before she could ride a bicycle. He father was an avid rider, as is her brother, Avery Turner, so she came by this obsession naturally. At 21, Shelby has won titles in both Motocross and Endurocross. She has competed at the X Games and represented Canada