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By Danny Brault
I was bouncing around all day today helping Walton TransCan organizers so I didn’t get much of a chance to snap any race photos – and besides, we have the pros like James Lissimore taking care of the high quality visuals. I did manage to snap a few pics while making my rounds this afternoon offering a look at some of our first moto winners and the atmosphere of TransCan.
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Yamaha’s Casey Keast looking cool in the Walton spotlight. It’s going to be tough to beat this kid in Super Mini or 85cc 12-16 action.
Tanner Ward didn’t look happy to take second place behind Casey Keast in the first Super Mini moto.
MX101 Yamaha’s Anthony Spadaccini was riding in second for the early laps of the MX2 Intermediate moto. He would eventually settle into 8th spot. Btw – the amateur pits are PACKED!
Things were a little greasy and spongy for most of the day, but tomorrow is going to be a brand new day!
A meeting of the minds: Mark Perrin, James Lissimore, Brett Lee and Billy Rainford share opinions on the new rolling whoop section.
It takes a lot of mental and physical ‘might’ to become a “TransCan Giant!”
RJ Marnoch has a modest pit display for someone who destroyed the MX2 Intermediate class today.
The pro pits are beginning to fill in.
Josh Woods and his GPF crew never miss a TransCan.
Here’s the secret to Race Announcer Dave Bell’s ability to talk his face off for a full week of Canadian motocross …. the sacrifices we make for the sport we love!
Newcomer to the TransCan, Josh Cartwright from Tallahassee, Florida made a statement with a very dominant win in the first Youth (14-24) moto.
65cc 7-9 first moto podium: Mitchell Zaremba, Ryder McNabb and Julien Benek