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MCC’s Bid for FIM Affiliation Denied | Here’s the Explanation

MCC’s Bid for FIM Affiliation Denied | Here’s the Explanation From: https://siliconvalleylivenews.com/ “We will continue to make MCC stronger and even better positioned to take on the responsibility of leading Canada back to competitive motorcycling at the international level through FIM Affiliation.”— Chris Bourque, MCC Chair FOREST, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 4, 2021 / On January 29, 2021, the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM, International Motorcycling Federation) convened via video conference for their

FIM Rejects the Expulsion of the CMA as Canada’s FIM Affiliate

FIM Rejects the Expulsion of the CMA as Canada’s FIM Affiliate FIM ANNOUNCES 2020 GENERAL ASSEMBLY DECISIONS © FIMAmbiance at General Assembly © FIMInterpreters at General Assembly © FIMPreviousNext On the first picture:Zoom screen from top left: Marco COMANA (FIM Africa President);Peter DOYLE (FIM Oceania President); Stephan CARAPIET (FIM Asia President); Jan STOVICEK (Board Member); Robert DINGMAN (FIM North America President); Tony SKILLINGTON (FIM CEO); Giovanni COPIOLI (Board Member). Geneva

Team Canada MXON Stories – The 2004 Re-Boot

Here’s another installment in our ‘Team Canada MXON Stories’ series. Team Canada MXON Stories – The 2004 Re-Boot By Carl Bastedo Legends of Canadian Motocross, in conjunction with directmotocross.com, is in the process of documenting a History of Canada at the Motocross of Nations. We will release various stories, pictures, video etc. in a random fashion before combing all the information on the Legends website under it’s own section. You

Team Canada MXON – A Trip Down Memory Lane

Team Canada MXON – A Trip Down Memory Lane By Carl Bastedo Intro by Billy Rainford With the MXON coming up in less than two weeks, Carl Bastedo wanted to tell a story about the last time the team went over to Ernée, France. This is the first installment in what we’ll call “MXON Storytime.” The year was 2005 and we remember it like it was yesterday (insert blurred-out fade