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Monday Gate Drop

I’m not sure where to begin this week’s Gate Drop because in the last five days I’ve experienced two very different worlds. I guess I will start on the day that we left for California as it pretty much sums up the last month here in Southern Ontario. Even though I’ve spent my entire life living here, I’m still having ...

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Future West Moto second annual BC Motocross Championship’s

Future West Moto are proud to announce the dates for the second annual NO LICENSE – NO SERIES FEE, BC Motocross Championship’s. Last year’s inaugural season produced some amazing racing and visited the some of the best tracks in the province. This season Future West have pulled out all the stops to provide an even better series visiting the very ...

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Monday Gate Drop

There was definitely a lot going on in the moto industry this past weekend. If you’re a die-hard fan you certainly got your money’s worth for a number of reasons. Out in BC the Kawasaki Canadian Arenacross Series started up again after a long break. Rounds five and six in the series moved down the Trans Canada Highway to the ...

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Denaye Giroux Blog: Our Motocross Family

We hear more and more everyday of the serious injuries and tragedies that happen in our sport. Is it because the sport is becoming more dangerous? Or is it because the amount of social media we have nowadays glorifies tragedies and keeps us up to date, minute by minute, with everything that is going on in our world? I am the ...

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Christmas Issue of MXP now online!

Check out the new issue of MXP Magazine online, featuring Brock Hoyer on the cover. Great articles on Brent Worrall, Jake Weimer and cover boy himself Brock Hoyer.

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Monday Gate Drop

I know I comment on how fast time goes by, but I really can’t believe we’re into December with only a few weeks until Christmas and of course the New Year. I remember when we were all waiting for the year 2000 to come. Everyone was paranoid that computers weren’t going to work and things might shut down. When the ...

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