Tag "Transcan"

Globe and Mail | Tykes on dirt bikes: Motocross sees an unlikely youth boom during the COVID-19 pandemic

From: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/drive/mobility/article-tykes-on-dirt-bikes-motocross-sees-an-unlikely-youth-boom-during-the/ Globe and Mail | Tykes on dirt bikes: Motocross sees an unlikely youth boom during the COVID-19 pandemic Young riders are the future of motocross and, this year at the Walton TransCan, there were more of these little rippers in the 50 cc dirt-bike class than there have been in seven or eight years By: MATT BUBBERS SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL PUBLISHED AUGUST 25, 2021 Dressed

TransCan Champions | Photo Report | Race Tech

TransCan Champions | Photo Report | Race Tech By Billy Rainford Let’s have a look at the champions from the 2021 TransCan at Walton Raceway. We’ll go in order they appear in the AMO Results. 50 (4-6) #99 Austin Kukielka 1-1-1 50 (7-8) 50 GP #518 Parker Hatt 1-1-1 / 1-1-1 65 (7-9) #27 Alek Guadagno 1-1-1 65 (10-11) #22 Jonathan Bergeron 1-2-2 65 GP #10 Braxton Zeitner 7-1-1 85

GDR TransCan Motocross Camp | August 3-4-5-6

GDR TransCan Motocross Camp | August 3-4-5-6 Don’t miss out on our GDR Motocross camp next week to get yourself ready for the Walton Transcan Grand National!  The 4-day camp runs August 3-4-5-6 and the class will be split into groups based on bike size. We will utilize our brand new GP track, which is not open to the public yet and features clay soil along with our GDR test

Throwback Thursday | Travis Pastrana – Walton TransCan 1997

Throwback Thursday | Travis Pastrana – Walton TransCan 1997 By Billy Rainford Over the years, many top riders from all over North America have made an appearance in the little town of Walton, Ontario, for the biggest race on the Canadian Motocross calendar, the TransCan at Walton Raceway. For example, the winningest rider in Canadian history, Ross Pederson, won both Pro classes in 1993, and 6-time Canadian champ, Colton Facciotti,