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!
Practicing during the off season can be a great way to continue progressing and getting things dialed in. Seat time is essential to perfecting your craft, and hours at the track can be fun and relaxing if you can meet up with a few of your good friends. This is also a great time to try to set up your quad or get back into the rhythm following breakage of you or your machine. Unfortunately, finding a place to ride can be difficult as some tracks close up for the season. Luckily, for riders in the North West, Pit Traffic has you covered.
2014 Championship Awards Banquet October 4th – 5:00 PM at Straddleline ORV Park in the Banquet Hall. Potluck dinner, please sign up here:¬†http://www.perfectpotluck.com/meals.php?t=YTCT3443 Straddleline will be having open practice that day, so bring your quads …
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The 2013 indoor season will be a quick 5 Sundays of racing at the Clark County events center. Quads are absolutely essential this year. Promoto Promotions needs 50 quads to break even for this series, …
Darci Hansen takes a minute to clarify and update the information on the Joe Byrd school and JFred benefit racing at Iron Mine:
- Gates Open Wed Night, 5pm
- School Starts Thurs 10am (Joe will run you until 5-6pm)
- School Ends Friday (between 5-6pm)
I wanted to take just a moment to clear up the possible confusion regarding the Joe Byrd School.Please know that when dates were being tossed around, we were looking for the optimum time to provide this opportunity… the biggest request was to wait until most of the racing seasons were over. Thus, the final date we selected.
When we selected that date, I thought it would be a brilliant (to be determined) idea to bring to fruition a combination style race
We have had the pleasure of interviewing both Garrin and Levi and we’ve spent some time racing with Garrin as well. These two work hard on and off the quad and got this sweet spot …
Benefit race for Josh Frederick immediately after a Joe Byrd ride school at Utah’s Iron Mine Race Park! ¬†“For those who attend Joe’s school, we will comp your dry camping, your gate fees, AND one race entry!” – Darci Hansen, Iron Mine promoter.
Joe Byrd’s famous schools will teach you plenty to apply at the race. Classes for ATVs & UTVs including Quad MX, GP (with bike classes), and a Dusk to Dust race for the Side by Side guys. The proceeds from the race benefit the Josh Frederick Foundation.
Colt Brinkerhoff has announced a change in dates for this event: I know it’s been hell trying to get this thing organized and we’re sorry for that. That date has been changed for the 3rd …
Gifted Productions has been hard at work, organizing more sessions (including a possible quad race at Hangtown – more details later as they become available), getting riders’ some track time in the Nor-Cal area as well as filming it and editing it. The latest vid is a nod to the ladies in the area who put in the laps too. No fist-pump-to-near-death here. Just some solid riders burning laps. Check it out.
Take a quick 30 seconds and name the top 5 sponsors of the series you run. Actually, just name any 5. Could you do it without cheating? Ok. Now of all the series sponsors , from which have you purchased a product? Any? Here’s where there is a problem. Riders are not supporting the companies supporting their series. And yes, I’m looking at you ATV racers.
“Well I pay gate and race fees,” is ringing out right now in some of your heads, justifying your position. “Racing is expensive enough already,” and of course it is. But, for example, when a goggle company sponsors your series and you aren’t under contract with another company, why wouldn’t you buy their goggles? “I don’t like the fit,” “they are too expensive,” “I don’t need new goggles right now.” Those are all legitimate reasons, but are you going to say that for EVERY SERIES SPONSOR? And the fact they are expensive is irrelevant. Save $5 on a competing company that isn’t supporting your chosen race series, and what incentive does any company have to support what you want to do?
SUMMERTIME SUMMER TIME and the living is EASY!!!
Family time and riders of all types!