Race Videos from Wednesday at the TransCan By Billy Rainford Turn 1 crash in 250 Intermediate with Ryder McNabb and Wyatt Kerr: 250 Intermediate Moto 1: Girls (9-16) Moto 1: 50GP Holeshot Supermini Moto 1:
We caught up with a few riders at the end of the day at Round 2 of the Rockstar Triple Crown Tour MX Nationals at Walton Raceway. 250 Class #46 Marco Cannella YAM 3rd 3-3-3 450 Class #9 Dylan Wright HON 1st 1-1-1 #5 Tyler Medaglia KAW 4th 6-4-2 #3 Shawn Maffenbeier YAM 6th 5-6-5
A Heartfelt Message from Brett and Mel and the Walton TransCan In what can only be described a a really weird year, the 2020 Walton TransCan is still a go, despite the many hurdles. Mel and Brett Lee sat down in front of the camera to talk about what’s been involved in seeing the event make it onto the 2020 calendar. On behalf of us here at Direct Motocross, thank
Video | 450 Pro 1-Minute Recap Here’s a quick recap edit of the 250 class from Round 1 of the Rockstar Triple Crown Tour MX Nationals at Gopher Dunes in Courtland, Ontario.
Video | 250 Pro 1-Minute Recap Here’s a quick recap edit of the 250 class from Round 1 of the Rockstar Triple Crown Tour MX Nationals at Gopher Dunes in Courtland, Ontario.
Video | André Laurin Biography | By Peter Marcelli By Billy Rainford Check out the great vibe Peter Marcelli creates here with this short biographical video on André Laurin. We’ll be enlisting Peter’s skills in our upcoming video project featuring Greg Poisson‘s journey back to the starting line in a series spotlighting Mental Health Awareness on a 2021 Husqvarna FC350 geared up by Fox Racing Canada.
Video | Walton Raceway AMO OPC2 | Youth (Int/Pro) Moto 2 By Billy Rainford Some video from the second moto of the Youth (Int/Pro) class at Round 2 of the AMO Ontario Motocross Provincial Championships at Walton Raceway.
Walton Provincial MX Championships | 250 Junior Moto 2 | Race Tech By Billy Rainford Some race footage of the second 250 Junior moto at the AMO Ontario Provincial Championships (OPC) #2 at Walton Raceway.Presented by Race Tech.June 28, 2020.
Dakota Alix and Sky Racing Part Ways Vermont racer, #23 Dakota Alix, was set to race the 2020 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Tour for Al Dyck and his Sky Racing Kawasaki team. Dakota has just posted on his Instagram page that he has decided to part ways with the Canadian team due to presumed complications with border crossings that he sees as a major issue coming from the the USA.
Chad Reed Says Farewell to Supercross You didn’t have to be an actual fan of Chad Reed, but you definitely had to appreciate what he brought to the game.