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We were lucky enough to have the legendary JSR swing by our trailer while he was visiting the 2013 Western Canadian Amateur Nationals in Raymond, AB. See JSR's take on Raymond, the Nationals and the young talent coming up.

Friday, 05 July 2013 15:18 Published in Multimedia

The Vault: World Cup of Motocross

It had been a long time since Canadian motocross had sent a successful and truly representative team to the Motocross des Nations. Last fall would have been the first such opportunity. After years of patching together last-minute teams amidst conflict and confusion, Canadian fans were finally going to see three of Canada's top riders compete on the world stage.

Wednesday, 16 January 2013 15:23 Published in Feature Stories


Round 1: Agassiz, BC
Sunday April 15

The opening round of the KTM RIDE ORANGE Moto Tour 2012 (Canadian edition!) kicked off last Sunday in beautiful Agassiz, BC. We’re happy to say that the event went off without a hitch … well, there were a few small ones but nothing that the Moto Tour team couldn’t overcome.

Tuesday, 17 April 2012 20:16 Published in News

Bon Voyage Blackfoot

So many things come to mind when you think of Blackfoot. For years they have been the team to beat in Canadian moto and whether you like the idea of a dynasty or not, you can't argue with the success that they have had. As a team they have been responsible for launching, rescuing and improving so many careers.

Most Canadian moto fans will have their own unique memories of Blackfoot, whether it is a certain rider, a particular bike, a special moment or any other number of possibilities. Blackfoot played a large part in bringing exposure to Canadian motocross and increasing the level of competition. You can't win that many championships and not force other teams to try and emulate your success.

Thursday, 16 February 2012 15:48 Published in Feature Stories

Top 10: Canadian Male Riders of Influence

“Influential” can mean so many different things. In this case, I’m going for riders who: have made a lasting impression on the sport, other riders and fans; riders who are exceptional in skill; have had long, notable careers (between 2001 and 2011); and/or continue to inspire the next generation of riders in their disciplines.

Monday, 19 December 2011 13:44 Published in Feature Stories