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Wiesner Insurance Ontario Enduro Championship - Round# 4

Earlier this summer the Campbellville round of the Wiesner Insurance Ontario Enduro Championship had to be cancelled due to weather conditions leading up to the event. The replacement event has been arranged and the course is set to go.

Thursday, 04 September 2014 19:39 Published in News

Royal Distributing Canadian Cross Country Championship - East Round #3

This Sunday, July 27th is Round #3 of the Royal Distributing Canadian Cross Country Championship East taking place just outside the Town of Parry Sound.

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 17:54 Published in News

Royal Distributing Canadian Cross Country Championship - East - Round #1 this Sunday at Motopark Chatsworth, ON

The Off Road racing season is FINALLY HERE!!!

The long, long cold winter followed by the cold, wet spring has made the end of May seem like a year away. However it has finally arrived and with it the start of the highly anticipated 2014 Royal Distributing Canadian Cross Country Championship.

Wednesday, 21 May 2014 19:51 Published in News

Round 3 & 4 Royal Distributing CXCC East - Walton Raceway this weekend

The 2013 Royal Distributing Canadian Cross Country Champions for east will be decided this weekend at historic Walton Raceway.  After an epic fast race at Gopher Dunes two weekends ago, with MX Pro Nathan Bles taking the wins, this weekend event is shaping up to be another fast, fun ride that will entertain and challenge riders of all skill levels.  On Sunday the CXCC East #1 plates will be handed out in all classes from Pee Wee to Pro.

Tuesday, 03 September 2013 19:13 Published in Industry News

Jamie Baskerville Racing Update

This month was a quite month as far as racing goes however I spent a lot of time on my KTM’s testing my new 105 and increasing my practice moto’s up to 2 hour in duration.

Tuesday, 06 August 2013 20:03 Published in Race Reports

Wolrd Enduro Canada Mini Enduro Rescheduled

WEC regrets to inform that due to excessive rainfall in Meaford over the past two days, the course that was in perfect condition and set to go is now in a state that may not be easily passable by small motorcycles. It is critical that the Mini Enduro events in this championship be passable by even the smallest bikes and the most novice of riders. Having a fun and an enjoyable introduction to off-road motorcycle competition is the very nature of these events.

Friday, 24 May 2013 18:07 Published in News

Final Round of the CEC Cross Country at Motopark 2012

Some action from the final round of the 2012 World Enduro Canada Cross Country Championship at Motopark.

Friday, 01 February 2013 18:34 Published in Multimedia

Photos from Round 4 of the CECs

Recovery time is over. The Royal Distributing Canadian Enduro Championships were a big success, no small part due to the dedication of volunteers and the passion of the riders at the events. Trudy Elder provided some amazing shots for Inside MotoX & Offroad's website. The name might seem familiar as her husband, Brad, suffered a terrible crash. We were all shocked when we heard what had happened; this was by far the most serious injury at the series to date. Keeping in touch with local know it all, Lee Fryberger, IMX is assured that Brad is on his way to recovery, and with a big sigh of relief, we post his wife's goregous photos and wish him a safe, speedy and complete recovery.

Monday, 06 August 2012 20:49 Published in Feature Stories

CGRT CEC Round 2 Race Report

From CGRT -

 Wardlow, AB:  Another sweltering day challenged riders at the second round of the Royal Distributing Canadian Enduro Championships, at the Noble Canyon Enduro near Vernon, BC.  Temperatures of over 35C challenged both riders and organizers to evade heat stroke and fatigue.

Monday, 09 July 2012 21:31 Published in Race Reports

Royal Distributing Canadian Enduro Championship Starts This Weekend

We are less than a week away from the start of the 2012 Royal Distributing Canadian Enduro Championship.  Now in its fourth year the highly successful Championship is on its way to creating Canadian motorcycling history. Never before has an off-road championship traveled across Canada and become the acknowledged true test of Canada’s best off-road riders in such a short period of time. The main reasons being the CEC’s standardized format is easy to understand, is attractive to new and younger riders, does not require the competitor’s motorcycles to have a license plate or specific insurance and is a fair and level playing field unlike other previous championships.

Thursday, 05 July 2012 01:41 Published in News

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