Video | SX with #40 Guillaume St Cyr at Club MX By Billy Rainford Check out some Supercross training with PRMX Strikt Kawasaki rider #40 Guillaume St Cyr at Club MX. He may not want me to add this point, but the dude is so committed to it that he’s living in his van down in South Carolina for a few months. How hard core is that?! Hopefully, that work
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We Talk to #40 Guillaume St Cyr Down at Club MX By Billy Rainford #40 Guillaume St Cyr is down at Club MX getting ready to race the Supercross Futures class at Indy this weekend. He’s going for his Pro Supercross license so he’ll be at the next few rounds. We grabbed the PRMX Strikt Kawasaki rider for a talk after he finished a session on the Supercross practice track.
Two Tales | Guillaume St-Cry vs. Samuel Lavoie By Jeff McConkey In this installment of Two Tales, we head East to La Belle Province – Québec. Over the years, Québec has produced a large amount of great motocrossers. These two young Frenchmen are no different. In my opinion, it takes a little more courage or balls for the young French riders to tackle the National series and the English world.
ICYMI | Catching Up with #40 Guillaume St Cyr By Billy Rainford Guillaume St Cyr from Victoriaville, Quebec, is #40 in 2018. We’ve gotten to know the rider we affectionately call “Gullimer” over the past few years. He’s the likeable rider who has really smooth indoor skills. Here’s a look at his 2018 season: Motocross: Supercross: We got in touch with Guillaume this week for a chat. Here’s what
Frid’Eh Update #40 Presented by Fox Racing Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Hello, and welcome to Week #40 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update, this week presented by Fox Racing Canada. This week, we’re coming to you from the biggest race of the year that happens to be within driving distance from DMX World HQ in London, Ontario. Yes, we’re at the MXON at Red Bud MX in Buchanan,
5 Minutes with…Guillaume St. Cyr By Jeff McConkey One of the coolest things about Pro sports is the route athletes take to get there. Everyone has their own story, but the goal is always the same. When a rider makes the move from Amateur to Pro, it usually comes with a lot of ups and downs as they get acclimated to the increased pace and longer motos. Quebec rider, Guillaume