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Race Tech/AGR Suspension Review

Race Tech/AGR Suspension Review By Greg Poisson As you know, Honda completely redesigned the CRF450R in 2021. For 90% of us mere mortals a 450 machine is more motorcycle than any of us will ever need. So what’s the main focus we should focus on for upgrades? Suspension and handling. Putting that power to the ground and making it manageable. We took my 2021 CRF450R provided by Barrie Honda Powerhouse

Things to Watch for at Supercross Rounds 3 and 4

Things to Watch for at Supercross Rounds 3 and 4 By Billy Rainford As we head into the final two rounds of Canadian Triple Crown Series Supercross to determine champions, here’s a quick look at a few things to keep your eyes on at Gopher Dunes. 450 Class #2 Marshal Weltin tied with #15 Jess Pettis for 2nd (39 points behind #1 Dylan Wright) in the 450 MX portion of

Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | August

Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | August By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, Humans, Time is an interesting subject.  It depicts the past, present, and future.  We plan and arrange events in our schedules based on how much time we think we have.  We measure how much time it will take to pursue a goal or how long it will take to complete a task.  We figure out the controllable variables, get to

Jess Pettis Toughs Out 2nd in the 450 MX Championship

Jess Pettis Toughs Out 2nd in the 450 MX Championship By Billy Rainford #15 Jess Pettis from Prince George, BC took one of the scariest crashes we’ve ever seen at MX Deschambault back on August 2nd. His list of injuries included cracks to 3 vertebrae and a broken sternum. One would think that was the end of his season with one more round to go at Walton Raceway, but that

Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross

Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, Humans! Only 21 weeks and 4 days till Christmas! Random, I know, but seriously this year is flying by!  Here is something that is not random.  It is a word used in the form of a noun or adjective and is a constant in every individual’s life on a daily basis.  This word, in my opinion is significantly underrated.  Drum roll, please,

Things to Watch For Sunday at Sand Del Lee

Things to Watch For Sunday at Sand Del Lee By Billy Rainford As we head into Round 5 of the 2021 Canadian Triple Crown Series MX Nationals at Sand Del Lee on Sunday, there are a few things we’ll be interested in keeping our eyes on. Here’s what’s got us looking forward to the racing this weekend. 250 Class The first things that comes to mind is that #212 Sebastien

The Story Behind the John C. Riley Motorcycle Tee-Shirt in Step Brothers Movie

The Story Behind the John C. Riley Motorcycle Tee-Shirt in Step Brothers Movie By Billy Rainford Unless you’re the one person in the world who hasn’t seen the movie Step Brothers starring Will Farrell and John C. Riley, you’re familiar with the scene where Riley’s character, Dale Doback, comes in wearing a Kawasaki road racing tee shirt. I remember watching the movie the first time and being like, “Hey, cool,

Ryno Power Test Ride and Review

Ryno Power Test Ride and Review By Billy Rainford First off, thank you to Trevor Unger at Ryno Power Canada for setting me up with a package of Ryno Power Hydration Fuel, Fruit Punch (non-GMO) flavour. It comes in a soft package of 2 pounds (907 grams) and is listed as a “Dietary Supplement.” The specifics on the outside of the package list (per serving): 3 grams BCAA’s (branched-chain amino

Monday Morning Coffee

By Billy Rainford It’s the first Monday after the final round of 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross from Rice Eccles Stadium on the campus of the University of Utah (Go, Utes! “Did you say, Utes?“) in Salt Lake City, Utah. That night of racing was up there with any we’ve seen in quite a long time with the action and the stories that unfolded out there on the track. Qualifying:

Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | April

Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | April By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, humans! I started writing this from 35,000 feet altitude. Shout out to Delta for the safe flight and Biscoff cookies.  Gluten is something I usually avoid, but I’ll take the inflammation for two of those scrumptious things.  Happy that my fingers didn’t swell up, I picked up my pen, grabbed my notebook and started writing about the last 72 hours.