Out of the Blue | Britt Gagne | Brought to You by Schrader’s By Jensen Amyotte Name: Britt Gagne Date of Birth: July 7, 1993 Hometown: Dummer, NH Occupation: Account Manager at Motosport.com Race Number: 265 Bike: Yamaha YZ250f Classes: Womens, 25+, 250B Who/what inspired you to get into the sport of motocross and how long have you been racing/riding? My dad used to race when he was growing up and
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Catching Up with… Brittany Gagne By Jeff McConkey Fitness can always be improved, and you can always work on your speed, but with heart, some people are born with it, and some aren’t. Brittany Gagne is a rider with all 3 tools, but will most likely be remembered for her heart during the 8th and final moto of the 2016 Women’s East Nationals. The rain started coming down hard at
5 Lap Sprint | New Year’s Edition | Part 2 By Jeff McConkey Here’s part 2 of our New Year’s Edition of ‘5 Lap Sprint.’ What was your best moment of 2016? Victoria Hett – Husqvarna Canada Marrying the man of my dreams, Tomas Hubacek! Brittany Gagne – Women’s East #3 (Laughs) Well, my best moment quickly changed to a not so great moment at RJ’s for the last round.
#265 Brittany Gagne Injury Update By Billy Rainford If you were at the final round of the 2016 Women’s East Nationals at RJ’s last Saturday, then the fact that #265 Brittany Gagne hurt her knee is definitely not news to you. She was leading the second and final moto in muddy conditions and looked to have the race in the bag when she got a little out of control and
5 Lap Sprint – Christmas Edition By Jeff McConkey Photos by Billy Rainford In this installment, Jeff asks Blake Savage, Brittany Gagne, Cade Clason, Ryan Lockhart, Heidie Cooke, Nathan Bles, and Kim Normandin the same 5 questions, mostly about Christmas. 1) What’s the best Christmas gift you have ever given and why? Blake Savage The best gift I have given was maybe a while back when I was racing for
Catching Up with…Brittany Gagne By Jeff McConkey New Hampshire native, #265 Brittany Gagne, has been racing at the top level a long time. In fact, in 2008 she finished 32nd in the WMX and then took 37th in 2009. When she showed up at the Ottawa National at Sand Del Lee this past summer, she looked solid and finished 3rd overall (3-3). She drove all the way from Montana to