Canadian MX season May 28, 2019 (Toronto, ON) – Yamaha Motor Canada is pleased to announce the continuation of its popular bLU cRU Factory Ride Award program for the 2019 outdoor motocross season. This unique award gives amateur racers the chance to win complimentary use of a YZ motorcycle for the following race season, in
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Each region of the country offers every amateur motocrosser an opportunity to pre-qualify for the 2019 MRC Amateur Grand National Championship.
MX101 is excited to announce the addition of #66 Marco Cannella to the MX101 / FXR / Yamaha Team for 2018! Marco brings along his multiple amateur championships including a coveted Lorretta Lynns title as he looks to take on his rookie pro season. A former
Brigden, On- Jetwerx International Inc. is pleased to announce that they have come to an agreement on the purchase of Canadian Motocross Racing Corporation (CMRC). Jetwerx will continue to carry on the history of our sport in Canada, as CMRC has built a solid
In 1996, motocross in Canada and especially in Walton was a lot different. 1996 to some doesn't seem that far behind us, but it is 20 years ago. And 20 years ago on a overcast day a young kid with his dad found an unusual parking spot on the front lawn of the Lee family
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The Canadian Grand National Championship is open to all Canadian racers BUT it is a limited entry event. In order to compete it is necessary to complete a few steps to get on the road to Walton. Friday June 23 is the deadline for pre-entry for amateur class entries. The Parts Canada TransCan is the chance each
“The bLU cRU Factory Ride Award is a great way to support amateur racing in Canada. It gives the athletes what is needed to reach their goals with a new reliable YZ and a parts credit to get them through a tough race season.” Bryan Hudgin, Yamaha’s Race Director comments on the importance of winning this award,
The Canadian Motocross of Nations (MXON) team fundraising is in full push with only a few short months away until the team heads to Maggiorra, Italy September 24-25 .2016. The riders, made up of Saskatchewan's Shawn Maffenbeier, Nova Scotia"s Tyler Medaglia and Quebec's Kaven Benoit are very ready, but the team still needs your help