Monday, June 7, 2010

Kamloops - Round One is in the Books!

Shawn Rife finished second overall at the first round of the 2010 CMRC Nationals

  Well, after months of preparation the first round has come and gone. By all accounts, other than Teddy's flat tire in moto one it was a good day. The riders holeshot both motos and Shawn won the first moto. Spenny had a great ride with fifth overall and Teddy came back to grab second in the final moto. Brock also rode well despite being sick and grabbed ninth overall in his first ever MX1 race. Also big props to Leading Edge support rider, Kohl Canaday, for grabbing 11th overall in his first pro national!

Here's some photos from the day.

James Lissimore photos

 Frenchie warms up Spencer's bike before the first practice

Shawn Rife

Brock Hoyer
Teddy Maier stretches out
Rife and Maier were 1-2 off the start of moto one
Rife lead wire to wire to take the win
Spencer knowles finished fifth
Camille Baker finished sixth overall in the Ladies class
Rife on the start line with his mechanic, Adam
Shawn gets some TV time after his moto win
Spencer grabbed the holeshot in moto two
Spencer gets some podium time for grabbing the holeshot
Teddy also got some TV time for his second place finish in moto two
Brock Hoyer grabbed a great start in the second MX1 moto
Support rider, Kohl Canaday, was impressive in his pro debut. He grabbed 11th overall in MX2


Sunday, January 10, 2010

Nex-Trax Arenacross Rounds 6-7

Brady Sheren took the Open class win on Saturday night!

After seven rounds and four weekends we wrapped up the Chilliwack swing of the 2009-10 Nex-Trax Canadian Arenacross series. And fittingly enough, the team wrapped things up in style with their best weekend of the series. Not only did the team place two riders on the podium in three out of the four races but Brady Sheren had a great night on Saturday with a dominant ride to take his first win of the series. Not only did Sheren and Brock Hoyer lead a one-two punch on the podium but they find themselves sitting 3rd and 2nd, respectively in the Championship with two rounds to go. The series now takes a two month break before resuming at an all new round in Penticton, B.C.
Here's a few photos from the weekend
James Lissimore photos: