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Tailgating with… Jess Pettis | Presented by Scott Sports Canada

Tailgating with… Jess Pettis | Presented by Scott Sports Canada By Billy Rainford While down in California for a couple rounds of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, we visited with MX101 FXR Yamaha rider, #16 Jess Pettis. Jess was slated to race the West Coast 250 series but injured his shoulder and needed time off the bike to heal. We sat down on the ‘tailgate’ to talk about everything from last

25 Days of Christmas | Day 14 | Scott Solace Road Bike

25 Days of Christmas | Day 14 | Scott Solace Road Bike By Billy Rainford If you’re serious (or getting that way) about motocross, you need to train off the bike, and that means road biking. If you want to compete at the sharp end of the competition, you will need to be able to push 40K in around an hour. If not, you’re not in good enough shape and

Tailgating with…Shawn Maffenbeier and Josh Snider

Tailgating with…Shawn Maffenbeier and Josh Snider By Billy Rainford We sit down and have a casual chat at Gully Mor on the tailgate of Josh Snider‘s lifted F250. Nobody was there to time me, so this one runs a little long. Get comfortable. Oh, and a guest drops in for a visit…

Tailgating with…Dylan Delaplace and Kyle Springman

Tailgating with…Dylan Delaplace and Kyle Springman This low key, casual interview format is called ‘Tailgating with…‘ In this first episode, Jeff sits on his tailgate and chats with BC Pros, #47 Dylan Delaplace and #87 Kyle Springman. They had been on the road for 60 days when we grabbed them at the final round of the 2016 Rockstar Energy Drink MX Nationals at RJ Motosport Park.

Launch of SCOTT Snowmobile Collection 2017 at Clash of Nations

SCOTT Snowmobile Collection 2017 Launch Successful collection launch at Clash of Nations, one of Europe`s biggest extreme sport events. Falun, Sweden – it has been a fantastic weekend for SCOTT at the Clash of Nations in Sweden. Not only did we have a great launch of the Snowmobile Collection 2017, but also did we get two podiums in the competition levels Pro Open and Pro Stock. For the fifth time the