Baja Bound Moto and JCR/Honda have teamed up…

August 30th, 2010

Baja Bound Moto and JCR/Honda have teamed up to offer you a once in a lifetime opportunity at the 2010 Baja 1000!

Baja Bound Moto and JCR/Honda are offering a custom tailored ride leading up to the 2010 Baja 1000. Baja Bound Moto’s Tim Morton will lead you on a journey that takes you down the Baja peninsula and into the high energy heart pounding excitement of running a JCR/Honda pit. This ride is truly an experience like no other so grab your friends, relatives, boss or neighbor’s and sign up for this once in a lifetime opportunity to ride the Baja 1000 course and pit for Johnny Campbell’s JCR/Honda. You’ll fly into southern Baja, for 3 ½ days of riding on actual Baja racecourse, run a JCR/Honda Pit, and end up in La Paz for the finish line Read the rest of this entry »

WORCS MC Olympia Hare Scrambles

August 30th, 2010

Back On Top, and Fighting to Stay There
Story and Photos by: Bryan Grey

This years edition of WORCS Week in Olympia, WA kicked off with a weekend of Hare Scrambles racing in the woods surrounding Straddleline ORV Park. Tall old growth timbers, tree roots, rocks and a bit of mud challenged the racers as they navigated their way through the tight course built by the WORCS staff. Unlike a typical WORCS weekend, the racers had the added challenge of dead engine starts, longer laps, and they rode very little of the motocross track. Read the rest of this entry »

WORCS Week 2010

August 29th, 2010

Story & Photos by Bryan Grey

SENDING A MESSAGE, that’s what FMF/KTM’s Kurt Caselli intended to do as he waited for the gate to drop on the WORCS Round 8 Sunday Main. Winning the round 7 Hare Scramble race that kicked off WORCS Week gave him a 1 point lead coming into this race one week later.
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Motowoz Racers Claim Seven AMA ATV Motocross

August 28th, 2010

Ham Lake, MN — Motowoz Performance Systems Products is pleased to announce six amateur racers using its shocks have won national titles in seven classes in the prestigious 2010 ITP Tires/Moose Racing AMA ATV Motocross Championship Series. Five of the six riders competed in the youth ranks and the other raced in the Women’s C class. Nineteen riders earned at least a top five positions in their class and recorded a mind-boggling 64 overall wins this year on their Motowoz-equipped ATVs. The 11-round amateur AMA ATV motocross series concluded Sunday, August 15 at Loretta’s Lynn’s Dude Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. Read the rest of this entry »

The RANCH-New Motocross facility set to open in August on the 20, 21 & 22 in Anza, California.

August 20th, 2010

The Ranch ImageThis 700-acre facility will be called “The Ranch” and is designed and built by Marc Peters of

Five (5) Motocross tracks with terrain for all rider’s capabilities and equipment, from the Main track with four-five lines through every corner and 36 ft wide straight a ways. The track carved out of a natural hillside in the mesquite chaparral (green year round) is two (2) minutes and ten (10) seconds for a good Professional rider. Read the rest of this entry »

Fast-Aid and Off-Road Enthusiasts Reach Out to California 200 Victims

August 17th, 2010

DONATION LINK: (please note “California 200″ with your donation)

MESA, AZ – AUGUST 15, 2010: FAST-Aid has opened a donation pool for the families of the casualties and the injured at the MDR California 200 off road race accident. FAST-Aid, similar in nature to the Red Cross, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial, educational and personal assistance to injured racers, support teams and their families as well as ensures the necessary support is in place to complete a thorough recovery and rehabilitation from motor sports racing incidents.

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Lucas Oil Offroad Racing Series – Round 10 – Glen Helen Raceway

August 14th, 2010

Media Coverage by Lucas Oil Media, Photos by Ryan Torres @

After a thrilling debut night in Round 9 here at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, CA, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series returned to do it all over again in Round 10. With another sellout, standing room only crowd enjoying great weather and a great atmosphere under the lights, the stage was set for another great night at the races, and the drivers didn’t disappoint. Action came thick and fast all night, so if you missed anything while you were here, or if you just couldn’t make it out in person, here’s how the events unfolded. Read the rest of this entry »

WORCS ATV Round 7 Pro Report by Justin Waters

August 13th, 2010

WORCS ATV PRO REPORT- Round 7 Straddleline WA

Story by: Justin Waters (WORCS ATV PRO Racer)

In 2008, Josh Frederick was able to clinch the WORCS ATV Pro Championship even after getting a DNF at the final round. In 2009, Beau Baron only needed to finish in the top 10 to win the championship and take the #1 plate away. In 2010, with only two rounds of competition left, Frederick and Baron are separated by only 2 points. The title this year is likely going to come down to who can beat who in the final two rounds! This past weekend in Washington for round number 7, Baron was able to pull away with the win and make the battle that much closer. Read the rest of this entry »

Exclusive Interview with Brian Evans @ Spiked Industries

August 13th, 2010

Exclusive Interview with Brian Evans over at Spiked Industries

We met Brian Evans during the ATV DWT series and also at the Indy Dealer show this year and we were impressed with what Spike Industries has been bringing to the Off-Road Industry.  After many emails we finally got some time to get to know more about Spiked Industries as we sat down with Brian Evans for a quick chat.

RPM: When did spike industries get started?
Brian: Spiked was founded in 2007 as I was starting college, it began in my parents spare bedroom with money I used from school loans because I couldn’t get business financing at 19.

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Jeff Stambaugh Race Report – Staddleline WA

August 13th, 2010

Jeff Stambaugh LogoThe stator went out in the race Rhino this past weekend. It was not running well for practice and on Saturday, a friend of mine helped me out immensely by tearing into the motor to see what was the problem while I was out sweeping. After calling every bike shop within 75 miles, I was out of luck for finding a stator. What to do? I put the blue Rhino through its paces and managed a podium spot. You never know what can happen in a race! Read the rest of this entry »

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