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Frid’Eh Update #8 Presented by Yamaha Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Hello, and welcome to week #8 of the DMX Frid’Eh Update. Things appear to be thawing out across Canada, and if this rain here in my neck of the woods is any indication, tracks will be considering opening their gates in the very near future. In 2017, Tim Tremblay got the chance he’s been after for many
#66 Marco Cannella Signs with MX101 FXR Yamaha By Billy Rainford In a move that is really no surprise to anyone, MX101 has made the announcement official that hot young prospect #66 Marco Cannella from Waterdown, Ontario, has signed with the MX101 FXR Yamaha team for 2018. Marco joins returning riders #15 Jess Pettis, and #19 Hayden Halstead competing in the 2018 Rockstar Triple Crown Series. Marco brings along his
Frid’Eh Update #1 Presented by Yamaha Canada By Jeff McConkey and Billy Rainford Hello and welcome to the first DMX Frid’Eh Update of 2018. Yamaha Motor Canada has been behind Direct Motocross from the beginning so we wanted to thank them for their continued support. Also, #1 for the 2018 season will be none other than Matt Goerke on his Rockstar OTSFF Yamaha. Matt is no stranger to the winner’s
Project 7C Snow Bike Coming Together for Blair Morgan and the Winter X Games By Billy Rainford It’s true, Blair Morgan will make his return to the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado, in just a few weeks. ‘Superman’ was injured at the Montreal Supercross and has kept a relatively low profile ever since. Fortunately, for his fans, he will line up once again in the Adaptive Snow BikeCross event
2018 Yamaha YZ250F | Review By Jeff McConkey I first rode the 2018 Yamaha YZ250F at the YZ450F media launch at Motopark in Chatsworth, Ontario. My first impression, it was very easy to ride and go fast on right away. I didn’t adjust the bars or levers and I still felt right at home. The YZ had great power all of the way through the gears and never seemed to
On the Radar | Connor Stevenson | Yamaha Motor Canada By Billy Rainford You may or may not have heard of this young Canadian motocross ripper, but Connor Stevenson is really coming into his own at a very young age. In fact, the 13-year-old has been burning up the Colorado motocross classes against riders older than him. We got in touch with Connor at his transplanted home in Denver to
Yamaha Announces Retirement of John Bayliss It is with great respect and appreciation that Yamaha Motor Canada announces the retirement of John Bayliss after more than 30 years with the company. Bayliss started his career with Yamaha Motor Canada in April of 1987. Always positive and enthusiastic about motorcycling and all things Yamaha, John was a Product Manager from 1988 up until his retirement. His most recent title was Product