Steve Shannon, 27, is a photographer and an off-road racer whose professional portfolio includes the International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE), the Red Bull Romaniacs and Xtinction.
Félicia Robichaud got her first dirt bike when she was seven years old and started racing when she was nine. Eight years later, she is Quebec’s top female off-road racer.
Victoria Hett, where to begin? In the 16 years that she has been racing off-road dirt bikes, this 28-year-old from Vernon, B.C., has won three regional championship titles, a world championship title and several first place finishes.
RidersWest speaks to the pro champion of this year’s Alberta Triple Crown ATV Racing Series.
Fourteen-year-old Wyatt Waddell from Ladner, B.C., has been competing on dirt bike racing circuits in B.C. and Alberta since he was five years old. For this season, Waddell, who was a former superstar in the 85-cc class, moved up to a bigger, 125-cc bike.
Shane Cuthbertson, 36, has been a strong contender in off-road dirt bike racing for more than 20 years.
Look out, ladies and gentlemen, enduro racer Almeda Rive is back for the 2012 race season.
Lori and Bob Bauer from Wetaskiwin, Alberta, are dedicated hockey parents to their 12-year-old son, Hayden. When the ice melts, though, they give full attention to the family’s favourite summer activity of ATVing.
RidersWest got the opportunity to speak with Chantal Corbett—a 26-year-old who was born in Ireland and lives in Calgary, Alberta—about her passion for dirt biking.
RidersWest gets the inside scoop from Nolan Hadikin, a professional motocross racer for Honda based in Nelson, B.C.