Walton TransCan 2022

Amateur GNC August 10-13 & Sunday Pro National August 14 2022

2021 Walton TransCan

TransCan registration is open!!

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2018 Walton TransCan August 14-18

MRC Canadian Grand National Championship (GNC)
TransCan registration is open –  www.waltontranscan.ca


Walton, ON (June 27, 2018) – Beginning this past April, there has been thirty Amateur National Qualifier (ANQ) races spread across all Motorsports Racing Canada (MRC) regions throughout Canada. Thousands of participants have been competing for a spot on the gate in hopes of being crowned a 2018 MRC Canadian Amateur Motocross Grand National Champion.

2018 Walton TransCan “26th Anniversary” Canadian Amateur Motocross Grand National Championship (GNC) at Walton Raceway

Sunday August 12, 2018 – Walton TransCan Early Move In
Monday August 13, 2018 – Walton TransCan Move In
August 14-17, 2018 – Amateur Canadian Motocross GNC
Saturday August 18, 2018 – Rockstar Energy Motocross Pro National


Registration: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/walton/index.asp?event=1

Website: www.waltontranscan.ca

Facebook: www.facebook.com/TransCan
Twitter: @TransCan @WaltonRaceway
Instagram: @WaltonRaceway

Don’t miss out on new national classes for 2018

  • Youth beginner
  • Two Stroke
  • Vet 40B
  • Vet 50


2018 Grand National Championship Classes
1 50cc 4-6
2 50cc 7-8
3 50cc GP
4 *65cc 7-9
5 *65cc 10-11
6 65cc GP 7-11
7 85cc 7-11
8 85cc 12-16
9 Supermini 9-16
10 School Boy 12-17
11 250 Junior
12 **450 Junior
13 Open Junior
14 Two Stroke
15 250 Intermediate
16 **450 Intermediate
17 Open Intermediate
18 *Ladies
19 *Girls 9-16 (65, 85, CRF150, SUPERMINI)
20 Youth 14-29 Int/Pro
21 Youth 14-29 Beg/Jun
22 Vet 30B
23 Vet 30A Limited 21 Entries   Split 50A
24 Vet 40A Limited 21 Entries   Split 40B
25 Vet 40B Limited 21 Entries   Split 40A
26 VET 50  Limited 21 Entries   Split 30A
* If classes do not meet minimum of 25 entries will be combined . 2 gate drops.
** Regions not running 450 class will have ANQ results drawn from Open or GP class.
Split classes (23-26) will be 42 combined limited entry
Open B not National Championships Class.
No 250F in Schoolboy.
Bronze Boot Award drawn from Junior/Intermediate divisions. No Age class points.
Electric bikes in Open and Age Classes.

About Regional Qualifying and Rider Ranking

The Walton TransCan is a limited entry event. There are 42 gate positions available for each class. Gate positions are held open with an appropriate number of gates in every class allocated by the number of racers in each region of Canada. If a region’s allocated gate positions are not filled by the close of pre-entry on June 23rd they are returned to the pool of available gate positions.

Riders are ranked for the Walton TransCan. The ranking is based on the Amateur National Qualifiers (ANQ) in order to ensure that Canada’s best athletes make it to the limited start gate. ANQ events are those regional events identified by the TransCan as being most representative of each region’s talent. It is the responsibility of the riders to ensure that any ANQ results are posted in their region accurately.  Date of entry is used as a tiebreaker in ranking points.

Failure to participate in ANQs results in received rider entries being ranked after all ANQ participant entries. Low ranking results in late gate pick for the first moto. In a full class, you will not get a starting position. Riders are encouraged to achieve their best possible result in ANQs, pre-enter TransCan for maximum savings and thereby get their best start gate position for the first moto and best assurance of being on the line as one of 42 of the finest from across the country.

About Walton Raceway

Walton Raceway is located in Huron Country on Ontario West Coast. The address of the facility is 42932 Walton Road in Walton, Ontario, Canada. Walton Raceway was opened in 1971 and is one the longest running and most prestigious Motocross facilities within Canada.

About The TransCan

In 1992, the TransCan was inaugurated. Walton Raceway would hold an annual event drawing on all the best things in the sport, an annual coming together for bragging rights, an ‘annual celebration of Canadian Motocross’. The TransCan was built from a great natural track, strong community support, accessibility and support from the Industry. The emphasis was to be real outdoor style motocross, highly competitive with lots of extracurricular attractions and opportunity for the best Canadian racers in all age classes to compete against each other for  Canadian Amateur National and Pro Motocross Championship.

© 2018 TransCan Canadian Motocross Grand National Championship – the Largest Race in Canada

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