Author Archives: Chris Pomeroy

Yamaha Motor Canada Presents The Monday Gate Drop

Good day, and welcome to another edition of the Yamaha Motor Canada Monday Gate Drop. At Round 7 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships in Washougal, Star Racing Yamaha riders Jeremy Martin and Justin Cooper rode hard to take first and third overall on the most scenic track in the USA. It was a great day for the Blu ...

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Full Results From Washougal

250 Overall1. Jeremy Martin (Yamaha) 3-12. RJ Hampshire (Husqvarna) 2-33. Justin Cooper (Yamaha) 1-84. Jett Lawrence (Honda) 7-25. Pierce Brown (GasGas) 6-46. Michael Mosiman (GasGas) 4-77. Hunter Lawrence (Honda) 5-108. Dilan Schwartz (Suzuki) 13-69. Austin Forkner (Kawasaki) 12-910. Maximus Vohland (KTM) 9-1211. Carson Mumford (Honda) 11-1112. Garrett Marchbanks (Yamaha) 10-1513. Jo Shimoda (Kawasaki) 24-514. Derek Kelley (GasGas) 14-1415. Colt Nichols ...

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Watch: Highlights From Washougal

Check out the highlights from the Washougal National. Watch as Jeremy Martin and Chase Sexton take the overall wins in the 250 and 450 classes respectively.

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Yamaha Motor Canada Presents Behind The Lens From Sand Del Lee

Last weekend at the beautiful Sand Del Lee track located near Ottawa, the riders of the 2021 Triple Crown Series got treated to perfect conditions and very warm temperatures. From the opening gate drop of the first 250 moto to the final lap of the second 450 moto, the SDL track was challenging, and the heat and humidity combined to ...

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The 2021 Thistle VORF Is Being Postponed

Hi everyone, have some big news to share regarding the 2021 or as we call it, the Covid edition Thistle VORF. As of today, the event is officially cancelled due to mother nature. After last Thursdays severe storm and tornado in Barrie, the region is literally flooded. All major lakes in the immediate area are experiencing extreme high water levels ...

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MMIC Releases June Motorcycle Sales Report

The return to normal pre-Covid sales continued in June. Motorcyclesales finished the month -25% in comparison to the crazy month ofJune in 2020. Street & dual purpose bikes were only short by 10%(+/- 2%). Hardest hit were the categories that gained the most oneyear ago (Competition, Off-road Rec & Minin-bikes).Almost all provinces showed double digit sales decreases. Year to date ...

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