Riders are encouraged to participate in at least one Amateur National Qualifier event (ANQ) in order to pre-enter. Entry priority is determined by Regional ANQ Series Results and Regional Entry Allocation. The Walton TransCan is a limited entry event. There are 42 gate positions available for each class. In addition, standby positions are assigned to participate
This holiday season, we're thankful for friends and family like you! And in appreciation of your support each year, we've done something we've never done before - we're opening up entries to the 2020 Walton TransCan GNC in time for the holidays! Use the code HOLIDAYS to save 10% off of everything. From now until
Walton Raceway Wins Track of the Year! Walton Raceway home of the Walton TransCan Grand National Championships, came away with the 2019 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series Track of the Year Award. The final round of the 2019 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series took place October 22, 2019 in Hamilton, Ontario. The champion, 2019 King
Can I still enter? Absolutely! If the class is available to sign-in to on Trackside, there’s still room to enter. Let’s fill these gates and show Canada what amateur motocross is all about! We’ll take entries until Wednesday August 12, at 10:00am (second practice sessions begin at 10:45am). Sign up HERE Am I confirmed?
August 7, 2019 (Walton, ON) – Amateur Yamaha racers attending the 2019 Walton TransCan Grand National Championship on August 13-17 will once again have the exclusive convenience of bLU cRU MX Trackside Support, an initiative introduced in 2018 to assist up-and-coming Yamaha racers during the grueling four-day amateur portion of the TransCan. A broad selection
The Spotlight is on Canadian Motocross Attending iconic motocross races such Walton is an investment of time, money, energy and resources. For the racers themselves, sponsors and their families there are many sacrifices that are made behind the scenes in chasing the dream of becoming a champion. It is not always easy to deal with