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Photo Report | AMO/MMRS Madoc National By Jeff McConkey Photos by Randy Wiebe This year’s annual AMO/MMRS Madoc National went off this past weekend. There were a few noticeable changes from years past. This year the biggest change was the addition of the 3-moto format, and racing starting Friday afternoon. I am a huge fan of both. I really like the 3-moto format, so each rider gets 3 chances to
#TBT | 2015 MMRS / AMO Madoc National Video | Open Pro Check out this great Open Pro moto from the 2015 MMRS/AMO Madoc National between Austin Watling, Tanner Ward, Kyle Keast, and Taylor Arsenault, among others.
PR-MX.ca Cash Purse Announced Where there is unity there is always victory! This is the only race in Canada with a Cash Purse like this. “The AMO/MMRS crew is heading into its 7th year giving support back like this,” shares Ryan Gauld. “We go over and above for those that support us so why not give even more incentive than a just national title if you’re in one of these
The LARGEST Amateur National in Canada – AMO/MMRS NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Aug. 25-27, 2017 OVER 750 ENTRIES IN 2016 AND LOOKING TO MAKE IT BIGGER FOR 2017 Everything you need to know The 7th annual AMO/MMRS National takes place Aug. 25 – Aug 27, 2017, at the Madoc track. The action will start on Friday with practice until 3:00 pm followed by 1st moto (3:30 pm) for Open Junior, and
Where there is unity there is always victory! Chase the ATLAS BRACE ONTARIO SUPER SERIES!!! June is a big month for Motocross in Ontario. The ANQ races come to an end, the Atlas Brace Super Series has 5 events, and oodles of chances to put your race craft on the map is available. “For years, the month of June in Motocross has been huge,” states Ryan Gauld. “No matter
Photo Report | A Day at the MMRS MX School | Husqvarna Canada By Jeff McConkey Photos by Don Carr This past Saturday, I was lucky enough to be involved in the annual MMRS Motocross School. This year’s one-day school had an incredible 110 students, and featured some first-time riders all of the way up to some of the most seasoned vet riders (and I mean that in the nicest