Archive for May, 2011
After a week of hard work by the Carlyle track club and hours of pumping off their track they have to cancel the races tomorrow. Yesterday afternoon the track was drying out very well but now after an entire night of rain things went bad quickly and no racing will be possible Saturday or even Sunday.
Please watch for a rescheduled race date in the near future, the Carlyle club wants to have 2 races this years still.
Please spread the word to those you know where planning to attend the race.
Correspondence that was emailed to us from the folks at SourisValley MX in Oxbow.
We have arranged for Rick Dittus, of Miles City, Montana, to come to our South Alameda MX Park to teach a motocross school!!!
The school will be held July 16th and 17th, with the small bike school on the 16th, big bikes on the 17th. (Big bikes include 125′s and up).
All levels of experience are accepted! Everyone can learn something from Rick Dittus!
Cost is $150.00/rider for the full day of instruction, only 15 entries per day will be accepted, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please register and make payment by June 20, 2011, by contacting Christy King at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 486-2008 or 485-8490.
Register soon–spots are filling up already!
Hello all members, racers and new friends of TracksideMX. We are happy to announce that the changes to the track have been completed and the flow and new obstacles are great! We made changes to offer some new jumps, deal with water runoff and retention and as well to make it safer during race days. Memberships, day passes and regional memberships are now available at XS-iV downtown Estevan.
With the changes to the track comes a few new rocks working their way to the surface. When you go to ride we ask that all riders walk the track, especially the new sections, and pick rocks for even 15 minutes. Please pile them neatly at the track edge as we do not want to damage the lawn mower when we cut the grass.
Hope everyone enjoys the track and feedback is appreciated. Thanks to KRG and CSC Ltd for the use of their heavy equipment during the construction and changes. Without their time and efforts this would not have been possible.