Get trained by Daytona SX winner and multi-time champion John Natalie at EMF Days this April in Burley, ID. April 4th and 5th there will be racing, open practices for quads, SxS, and bikes, movies, food, camping and a John Natalie riding school. Bikes are welcome to attend the event, and bike classes will be added as necessary. The Natalie class will take place Friday April 3rd, registration for all ages/skill levels below. Space is limited!
I want to share a bit of information from each venue and state, so that you can make your choice of where you will be Racing this weekend.
1st Annual Idaho Indoor Flattrack National
November 29th&30th 2013
At the Canyon county Fair grounds
12 rider 20 lap Open Pro main.
$50 Pro entery.
Pro Dash 4 Cash
100% Pro payout plus added purse money
Full complament of support classes
Special rates for lodging at the Best Western
Covered Pit area
Genral Admission $10
Gates open at 3p.m.
Sign up at 3:30 p.m.
rider’s meeting 4 p.m.
Practice 4:30-5:30 all classes
Heats at 6 p.m.
Pit Traffic rider Josh Fain gathered up some riders and headed from Washington to Idaho to race the Lewiston Supercross Fall Classic. The event, which takes place in front of large crowds at the Lewiston Round Up grounds, has become more popular with Washington ATV racers in the past few years and continues to grow. Josh Fain gives us his race recap:
“Well we invaded Lewiston, ID for the Fall Lewiston Supercross. The Quadcross Northwest racers from the Tri Cities(riders Josh Fain, Jeff Peters, Ryan Risdon, and Chris Ells) drove over to race with fellow Quadcross riders Garren Marlatt and Dan Pittron and Clinton Anderson. Â The Tri Cities guys dominated the quad race: Josh Fain Suzuki #360 1st ,Chris Ells Canam 2nd, Ryan Risdon Yamaha 3rd.
Last week Maxtanic films announced that their Quad Jockeys movies would go online for consumers to watch everywhere. The 2nd movie, and most viewers favorite, takes you up and down the West Coast in the mid 2000s to watch MX and XC atv racing.
At the last minute the financing for the 2013 series of Quadcross Northwest fell through leaving racers from Washington, Oregon, Canada, and more places in a bit of a pickle! And not the kind with …
Racing seasons are winding down, Christmas is coming, and all the new 2013 gear is on its way into stores for you to purchase. Many of you might be considering getting a new helmet this year, which is great. Your head is the most important thing you own and you should take care of it. Helmets come in a variety of styles, colors, and prices which give a lot of options to consumers. One option riders shouldn’t overlook is the little sticker on the helmet that denotes it meets Snell certifications. Snell destroys thousands of helmets. Thousands of helmets. That’s to ensure that the one thing between your most valuable asset and sudden impact is doing its job – your helmet.
We are in the middle of sponsorship season, where riders are on the hunt for support for the following year to continue doing what they love. Companies’ sponsorship coordinators are avoiding Facebook messages and warily watching the stack of resume-filled envelopes pile up on their desks, while their inboxes steadily grow and their caffeine source slowly diminishes. If you still have resumes to send out you need to do two things. 1) Inquire about our resume services here at Pit Traffic, and 2) read these do’s and don’t from a guy who knows!
Our cancer awareness t-shirts! October is breast cancer awareness month and while all your favorite professional teams deck themselves out in pink, we have our own shirt to help support the cause. In addition we …
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