Tag Archives: james Lissimore

NORTHERN NOTES: BACK TO THE BARNS

    “You know how riders always want to ride on a golf course?” he asks, “Well, the stuff we’re using this weekend is from the top layer of a golf course. It’s got a high amount of clay but there’s topsoil in there as well.”   Words by Danny Brault Things are cooling off in most regions across Canada, ...

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MXP Chatter: Shawn Maffenbeier rolling out to BC Arenacross Series

“That’s the next goal, to qualify for an AMA outdoor or supercross. I really want to try and race Glen Helen and Hangtown at the start of next season. I’ve looked at the schedule and it all works out with them happening in May before the Canadian races. Even if I don’t make Hangtown, because it’s a bit of a ...

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Part II: More from the cup!

James Lissimore shares some of his favourite images from the 2014 Monster Energy Cup of Supercross.                              

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Behind the Lens: Ulverton Quebec National

Photos by James Lissimore Before he packs up and makes his nine hour drive from Ulverton, Quebec to Walton, Ontario for the Parts Canada Walton TransCan, photo-pro James Lissimore shares with us some of his quick favourites from Round 9 of the Rockstar Energy Drink Motocross Nationals in Ulverton, QC. It was another epic weekend at the Canadian Nationals with ...

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Race Notes & Pics: Moncton National

  Photos by James Lissimore From Vancouver to Moncton, coast to coast, the 2014 Rockstar Energy Drink Motocross Nationals continue to deliver on some of the best racing we’ve ever seen in the CMRC Nationals. This past weekend was Round 8 (that’s right, round 8 – only two more races left) of the series at the beautiful Riverglade MX Park in ...

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Northern Notes: To Tweet or not to Tweet?

An MXP column By Danny Brault Photos by James Lissimore I learned hard a lesson on social media this week: don’t leave anybody out. I’ve never really been one to leave someone out, usually it’s the opposite and my wife is telling me to quite starting a party. Unfortunately, this past week on Twitter, I offended one too many GDR ...

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