If you’re looking for an adrenalin fix, then you’ve come to the right area. This section of RidersWest is devoted to those who take motorsports to the extreme. From freestyle dirt biking to motocross, supercross, arenacross and ATV race action, this page contains race reports, event coverage, Xrider personality profiles and links to motorsports groups in Western Canada.
Pro rider Shane Cuthbertson talks to RidersWest about being involved in building a unique course for Red Bull.
Kitt Stringer believes the Red Bull Romaniacs is as good a place as any to begin his foray into the world of hard enduro racing.
The 2002 Canadian champion has partnered with Bruce Cook to establish Global FMX, “Canada’s premier freestyle motocross outfit.”
Six hours of full-throttle racing on a sheet of ice—think you can handle it? Why not try it out and see. The 2013 season for the Alberta Endurance Ice Racing Association (AEIRA) is in full swing, and Cory Laird, vice-president of the AEIRA, said that new members are always welcome to join the series.
Most of us couldn’t even ride a pedal bike when we were four years old. Shelby Turner, on the other hand, was already competing in dirt bike races by that age.
Kyrstin Orr is the youngest woman competing in the Stake Lake ice race, held 25 kilometres south of Kamloops, B.C., but it doesn’t faze her.
With its warm weather, sparse population and central location, B.C.’s Okanagan region has some of the best off-road motorcycling in the country.
An enduro of epic proportions greeted the riders of the Royal Distributing Canadian Enduro Championships, in Coleman, Alberta.
For 2011, Ben Rego has signed with the Corner Grass Race Team. He will be competing on a Husaberg FX450 in the Canadian Enduro Championship plus select off-road races.
When the Canadian Enduro Championship became a reality in 2009, Jason Schrage took an immediate liking to the enduro format and won the E3 class championship.