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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

EVS Sports Now Accepting Resumes for 2015 Season‏

Courtesy of EVS

EVS Sports, the industry leader in motocross and street bike protective gear, is now accepting rider support resumes for the 2015 racing season.
“The ideal EVS Sports team rider will have a true passion for their sport,” said EVS Sports Rider Support Coordinator, Jamey Turenne. “We look for riders that will represent EVS with integrity, sportsmanship and a positive attitude. These qualities are every bit as important as race results. The deadline to submit resumes is November 15th 2014, so get those resumes in!“
To be considered for the EVS Sports Rider Support program, please apply using one of the following methods.
EVS Sports


PO Box 296
Walworth, WI 53184
Apply online:
About EVS Sports
Founded in 1985, EVS Sports continues to be the leading innovator of Motocross and Street bike protective gear. Originally established as a motocross specific knee brace manufacturer, it all started with the AMX-5. What started out as one knee brace has evolved into an extensive line of knees braces, neck supports, helmets, chest/back protection and a long list of protective gear to keep riders safe on the track or the street. For more information on EVS Sports, please visit www. ; or find us on and .
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Yamaha, New Jersey Motorsports Park announce renewed partnership

Courtesy of NJMP

MILLVILLE, N.J. – Yamaha, a Japanese manufacturer of motorcycles, boats, outboard motors and other motorized products, has renewed their partnership with New Jersey Motorsports Park.
As part of the relationship, Yamaha receives signage at the southern New Jersey facility’s Thunderbolt and Lightning Raceways, exhibit space, and a season-long souvenir program ad.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome back Yamaha to the New Jersey Motorsports Park family,” said Brad Scott, NJMP general manager/COO. “Yamaha has been a partner and supporter of NJMP for many years, and we’re excited to continue working with them in the future.”
Yamaha will also conduct a group ticket buy, including parade laps and discounted redeemable paddock parking, ahead of the Kawasaki Devil’s Showdown presented by iON Camera, AMA Pro Road Racing’s season finale, September 13-14, 2014.
“We are very excited to continue our relationship with New Jersey Motorsports Park. Their track is the perfect place in the Northeast to ride your R1 or R6 and experience everything both bikes have to offer,” said Northeast Regional Marketing Manager, Matt Potter. “We are also very excited for the final round of the AMA Pro Road Racing series being held at New Jersey Motorsports Park as Yamaha Superbike riders Josh Hayes and Cameron Beaubier will be battling on their R1’s for the Championship.”
AMA Pro Road Racing returns to New Jersey Motorsports September 13-14, 2014 for the Kawasaki Devil’s Showdown presented by Ion Camera doubleheader weekend.
For event tickets and more information, call 856-327-8000 or visit You can also stay up to speed with New Jersey Motorsports Park by following on Twitter at @NJMP or becoming a fan on Facebook at
About Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A.:
Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A., (YMUS), is a leader in the motorsports market. The company’s ever-expanding product offerings include motorcycles, ATVs and Side-by-Side vehicle, outboard motors, personal watercraft, snowmobiles, boats, outdoor power equipment, accessories, apparel and much more. YMUS products are sold through a nationwide network of dealers in the United States.
Headquartered in Cypress, Calif., since its incorporation in 1976, Yamaha also has facilities in Wisconsin and Georgia, as well as factory operations in Tennessee and Georgia. For more information on Yamaha, visit Follow Yamaha Motor Corp on Facebook at, on Twitter at @yamahamotorusa and Instagram at @yamahamotorusa.
About New Jersey Motorsports Park 
Sitting on more than 500 acres in Millville, N.J., New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) is nestled snugly in a beautifully forested region surrounded by scenic rivers and the nearby Delaware Bay. NJMP is conveniently located near Philadelphia, the Jersey Shore, New York and Baltimore, offering diverse and dynamic motorsports attractions. The park includes two world-class road courses, Thunderbolt and Lightning, a motorsports country club membership program known as the “Drivers Club,” the Finish Line Pub restaurant, and F1 New Jersey, one of the top karting facilities in the U.S. NJMP is a proud partner of Tower Hospitality and Inspira Health Network. For more information, visit or call (856) 327-8000.  GPS Address: 8000 Dividing Creek Road, Millville, NJ 08332.
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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

DT1 Air Filters 2015 Sponsorship

Courtesy of  DT1 Filters

DT-1 Air Filters is officially opening its 2015 sponsorship season. Join our team and start using the best air filters in the world. DT-1 filters are hand made in the USA and are the choice of 22 Motorsports, Star Yamaha, Rockstar KTM, Factory Kawasaki Canada, MotoConcepts, Red Bull KTM Europe, FactoryYamaha Europe, and many more. Support riders will use to place orders online. Email your resume to and become part of our team. 

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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Alldredge Signs with Monster Energy / Pro Circuit / Kawasaki

Courtesy of Monster Energy / Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki

Irvine, Calif. – Following a successful final year competing against the top amateur riders in the nation, Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green’s Chris Alldredge will make the transition to the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki squad for the remainder of the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Alldredge has been the top rider in the A class this season collecting wins and championships at all of the major amateur national championships.

“I’m so honored to have this opportunity with Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki,” said Alldredge. “I was welcomed into the Team Green family this year and feel like I’ve really found a home. Working closely with Pro Circuit this year, I knew that’s where I wanted to be and I am really excited to work with the best in the business.”

Alldredge’s success with Team Green gained Mitch Payton’s attention and he knew he wanted to keep him with Kawasaki. Alldredge joins a long list of amateurs to graduate from Team Green on to the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team such as Ricky Carmichael, Ryan Villopoto, Dean Wilson, Adam Cianciarulo, and Justin Hill.

“Alldredge has really shown a lot of promise,” said Payton. “He has all the key elements to transition into his pro career and be a player from the get-go. He knows the equipment and we expect him to pick up in the 250 class where he left off as an amateur.”

Alldredge will make his professional debut with the team at Unadilla in New Berlin, New York on August 9 running the No. 188 on his 2015 KX™250F.

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Courtesy of Cycle Trader / Rock River 

Photos By Martha Farmer
Johnson Creek, WI (August 5, 2014) – River/Yamaha is proud to announce the addition of Luke Renzland to the team. The 19-year-old New Jersey native capped off his amateur career this past week with a solid performance at the 2014 Amateur National Championships at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. He took home the 450 A Class title with 3-1-1 finishes, and went 4-2-2 for 2nd overall in 250 A Class. A long time Yamaha supported rider, Renzland was a part of the Horton Racing/Cycle Trader Rock River Yamaha amateur program in 2014. With three rounds remaining in the 2014 Lucas Oil/AMA Pro National series, Renzland will make his professional debut in the 250 Class at Unadilla this Saturday, August 9. We are excited to have him on board with our team, and look forward to seeing him on the gate!

Welcome to the team, Luke! You had a great week at Loretta’s! Tell us about your days at the Ranch this year. Did things go as planned for you?
Yeah, the week at Loretta’s went great. You know, I started off with a lot of confidence coming into the week, especially with getting to run the #1 plate in the 450 A Class. The week started off a little rough with a couple bad starts, having to crawl my way through the pack the first two motos of the week. But I figured that out fairly quickly, we made a few adjustments, and I came out with a lot better starts the next four motos. I ended up coming away with the championship in 450 A and took 2nd in 250 A.
With such a long week isolated at the track, how do you stay focused on racing and not get distracted by everything else going on?
You know, my family has always made it clear to me that Loretta’s is a big deal. It costs a lot of money to just to go and my whole family supports me down there. There’s no reason to be throwing it away by hanging out in the creek and all that stuff, blowing all your energy before the races. I just hang out under my tent, back at the camper with my family. Just staying cool and hydrated, and keeping focus on what I’m there to do.

Your Dreamland compound in Florida has been well-documented over the last couple years, and it looks unreal. What is it like having such an incredible facility to do your training at?
Living at Dreamland is awesome. It’s literally a dream come true to have my own facility and track to get all of my training done. Jason Baker from Dream Traxx did an awesome job building the place, and it’s one of the best tracks for training. It gets rough, and rutted, and bumpy, but it also has the huge jumps, as everyone has seen on all of the videos, to get in some fun while you’re doing long motos. It’s been a great place to get prepared for Loretta’s and the Nationals, with all the different types of terrain and I have Mike down there as my riding partner. We stay focused and get our work done, while having a lot of fun as well.
What are your expectations going into your professional debut at Unadilla?
Coming into Unadilla, my main focus is to take all of the pressure off of myself and have fun, enjoy my pro debut at my home track up here. I know that I have a lot of fans coming from my hometown, and all my family is going to be there. I’m really excited to have my debut at such a personally special and legendary track. But yeah, like I said, I just want to keep the pressure off and my goal as far as results go [is] top 15 in both motos. But I’m not putting too much into that; I just want to be strong and consistent and finish both motos, and build experience for Indiana and Utah.

For more up to date information, follow River Yamaha on Instagram @cycletraderrockriver, as well as Luke’s personal account @lukerenzland43. River Yamaha would like to thank:, Rock River Powersports, Yamaha Motor USA, Roost MX, DX1, Yamalube, GYTR, K&N Filters, FMF Racing, JGR MX Shop, Matrix Concepts, Fly Racing & WPS, Arc Levers, Technical Touch USA & X-Trig, Bell Powersports, Vertex, The Factory Metal Works, Guts Racing, Dunlop, Renegade Fuels, EVS Sports, Dubya USA, Streamline Brakes, Hammerhead Designs, Pivot Works, X Brand Goggles, Cycra, Hot Rods, CV4, Works Connection, Vortex, Odi, Throttle Threads.

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Thursday, July 31, 2014

American Honda Re-Signs Trey Canard to Factory Contract

Courtesy of American Honda

TORRANCE, California: American Honda Motor Co., Inc. announced today that it will extend the contract with factory supercross and motocross rider Trey Canard for an additional two years. Canard has spent his entire professional career with the Honda brand, and this agreement continues that relationship, as the Oklahoma native will campaign a factory Honda CRF450R in the AMA Supercross Championship and AMA Pro Motocross Championship during the 2015 and 2016 seasons.
“I’m so excited to continue my long relationship with Honda for another two years,” Canard said. “The company, the team and everyone involved is really motivated about racing, and we’re all pushing hard and doing our best. I’ll continue to always give my best effort over these next two years, and we’re shooting for wins and championships. The enthusiasm around Honda right now is a really good thing that I’m excited to be a part of, and I think 2015 is going to be a great year for us.”
After sitting out the entire 2014 AMA Supercross series while recovering from a broken arm, Canard has made a notable comeback this summer in AMA Pro Motocross, regularly finishing on the podium. With three rounds remaining, he currently sits third in the points standings.
“We are very much looking forward to having Trey back with Honda for two more years,” said Ray
Conway, Director of Racing at American Honda. “He has been with the company for his entire professional career, and he is a joy to work with. His performance this season, particularly in the Pro Motocross Championship, demonstrates his potential, and we’re expecting even better things from him in 2015 and ’16.”
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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

On Track Scholarships Awarded at Loretta Lynn's

Courtesy of On Track School

On Track School will award three students with scholarships thanks to the Mid-Atlantic Fallen Riders Foundation.

If you or someone you know would like to apply, please write a 5 paragraph persuasive essay convincing the reader to accept the writer’s point of view. In this assignment, the topic is to complete the statement: “I feel that I would benefit from having an On Track Scholarship for the following reasons…” Good persuasive essays build a case using facts, logic, examples, and include sound reasoning. Clearly communicate in your essay why you think you deserve a scholarship to attend On Track School, persuade us by representing all sides of your case.

Scholarship Awards:
1st Place $2,500.00
2nd Place $1,000.00
3rd Place $800.00

Scholarships will be awarded at Loretta Lynn’s on Friday evening, August 1, at our Graduation ceremony to students who enroll in the 2014-2015 school year. All essays must be submitted to at the On Track booth, located on vendor row no later than Thursday, July 31, 2014.

This is a great opportunity and we would like to thank the Mid-Atlantic Fallen Riders Foundation for their continued support in our education programs.

For more information on accredited customized learning solutions K-12, visit or contact Andrea Leib at 909-374-8851
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Cobra Moto Announces New National Development Team

Courtesy of Cobra Moto

HILLSDALE, Mich., (July 23, 2014) – When you’re working to pick the best kids on dirt bikes you have to remember the late bloomers. Guys like Jeremy McGrath and John Dowd, for instance, didn’t take motocross seriously until their teens. And for Cobra Moto, which starts working with kids as young as four, there’s been a lot of talented kids racing the American-made minicycles over the years that have, for one reason or another, gone unnoticed.
With that in mind Lakehill Trackside Racing’s Doug Cochran approached Cobra Moto President Sean Hilbert this past January with a plan – a plan geared towards developing a number of the not-quite-there-yet young racers into possible talent for Cobra’s prestigious National team.
Dubbed the Cobra Moto National Development Team, Cochran’s Lakehill Trackside Racing program has recruited the seven best up-and-coming minicycles racers in the nation and given them support at the national level at races such as Mill Creek (Ala.), Oak Hill (Texas) and Freestone (Texas).
“We often bypass kids who, at the time, weren’t ready for national competition,” said Cochran. “So we basically came up with the Cobra Moto National Development Team along the lines of a minor league baseball program.”
Working with engine and suspension specialist Josh Rogers, who owns the Houston-based EBR Performance, Cochran and his wife, Amy, have dedicated their time and much of their business resources this year to Cobra Moto’s National Development Team. Utilizing Cobra Moto’s dealer support network, Cochran was able to sign seven kids (below) – all of whom have qualified for the 2014 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn.
Edgar Lewis              Virden, IL                   65cc 7-9
Chris Sweeney           Jackson, NJ                 65cc 7-9
Collin Allen                Haslet, TX                   50cc 7-8
Brock Walker            Cleburne, TX              50cc 7-8
Cole Kish                   Newport, MI               50cc 7-8
Kyler Rhom               Charlotte, NC             50cc 4-6
Hayden Cline             Converse, TX              50cc 4-6
“I can’t begin to explain what a positive impact Doug and his team at Lakehill Trackside Racing have had on the Cobra Moto program this year,” said Hilbert. “Much like Cobra Moto’s mantra, the Cochrans have dedicated their business to support the Cobra Moto family, assisting kids who will no doubt be the front-runners for the Cobra Moto National Team positions in the coming years.”Cochran brings with him a wealth of experience at Loretta’s. His son, Casey, is a Cobra Moto National Team racer and the defending champion in the 4-6 50cc class. Casey will be on one of the 29 Cobras in the 7-8 class (of 42 bikes total) at Loretta’s, nine of which have Lakehill Trackside Racing support!
Up next for Cobra: 2014 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., July 27-Augs. 2.
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 online streaming schedule announced for 2014 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship

Courtesy of MX Sports

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (July 22, 2014) - MX Sports is pleased to announce that will stream 32 hours of LIVE racing coverage from the 2014 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship presented by AMSOIL. Race fans and family members can watch their favorite amateur motocross racers compete at the coveted Loretta Lynn Ranch at least one time between Tuesday, July 29 and Saturday, Aug. 2, courtesy of the crew, as they follow the racing action closer than ever before.
The Open Pro Sport class will kick off the week's live racing coverage on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. CST/ 12:30 p.m. EST with some of the sport's biggest names like multi-time Loretta Lynn's Champion Aaron Plessinger, National Championship contender RJ Hampshire, former East Region Lites Arenacross Champion Mike McDade and many more. Tuesday's schedule will boast a total of 6 hours of live coverage on, including moto one of the Women (14+), Mini Sr 1 (12-13), Two-Stroke B/C (16+), Super Mini (12-15), 250 A and 250 B.
On Wednesday, the 450 A class will begin the day with another star-studded line-up including multi-time Loretta Lynn's Champion Jordon Smith, Daniel Baker, Nick Gaines, Josh Osby, Chris Alldredge and many more. In addition to showcasing the top amateur motocross talent, including several riders who will make their professional debut this season, will also follow the youngest athletes in the sport with riders as young as four years old, ranging all the way up to eight. All four 51cc classes will be shown live on Wednesday following the 450 A division.
Thursday will bring 7 hours of additional live racing action, including even more coverage of the "A" and "B" classes, as well as Vet B/C, Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C and the Girls Sr (12-16) and Girls Jr (9-13). The ultra-competitive Junior 25+ will showcase some of the most intense racing of the week as heavy hitters like Robbie Reynard, Jimmy Povolny, Ricky Renner and Andrew Matusek return for battle.
Friday's schedule of live programming will commence with the third and final set of motos, beginning with the Vet (35+) class. Following the Vets will be the 65 (10-11) Limited and 65 (7-9) Limited classes, as well as 85 (9-11) and the Super Mini 1 (12-15) class.
Saturday picks up with the remainder of the final set of motos, culminating with the crowning of 36 National Champions for 2014. The day kicks off with 450 C, 450 B and 450 A, followed by Super Mini 2 (13-16), 65 (7-11) and the day concludes with the final moto of the 2014 National Championship with moto three of the 250 C class.
In addition to the live racing coverage, will feature a behind-the-scenes look at some of the National Championship contenders and their racing programs, as well as exclusive content that can only be seen through the lens of
To view the entire 2014 Broadcast Schedule, please click HERE.
The 2014 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship presented by AMSOIL will take place July 27 - Aug. 2 at Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. For more information, visit the series website at
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Bell Helmets Sponsors Loretta Lynn Motocross

Courtesy of Bell Helmets

Bell Helmets is proud to announce they are the Official Helmet sponsor and the presenter of the Holeshot Award for this year's Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship held at Loretta Lynn's ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., July 27 through August 2.

"It's been a goal of ours for some time to lock in a helmet sponsor with a solid reputation like Bell Helmets," said Tim Cotter, Events Director for MX Sports. "Bell Helmets are worn by the top motocross athletes in the world and to have Bell on board as part of the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Amateur National Motocross Championship will provide exciting opportunities for the racers and their families."

"Bell Helmets takes a lot of pride in being the Official Helmet of Loretta Lynn's Amateur Motocross Nationals. We will be onsite with our display booth and our Mobile Custom-Fit Van," explained Rob Salcedo, Marketing Manager for Bell Powersports. "Make sure to stop by our display, check out our line of Moto 9 helmets and pick up some Bell swag."

Holeshot Award
Every racer at Loretta Lynn's will be eligible to win the Bell Helmet Holeshot Award. Bell will be providing a $100 gift certificate to every Holeshot Specialist for each of the 108 gate drops. That's nearly $11,000 in awards to be handed out on the podium of each moto.

Custom-Fit Program
Bell Helmets once again leads the industry in innovation and safety with the introduction of their Custom-Fit program. Make sure to stop by the Bell Booth to learn more about this digital mapping process that uses a proprietary 3D-imaging process to scan the rider's head to create a Custom-Mold that adapts to the Moto 9 Carbon. It takes only a few minutes and the scanning will be FREE to all Loretta Lynn's attendees.

Moto 9 Demo Program
For those riders who would like to try out a Bell Moto 9 Carbon at no charge, you can simply stop by the Bell Booth and sign up to take one for a test ride during one of your practice sessions or race motos. The Moto 9 features an ultra-light Carbon TriMatrix construction, Velocity Flow Ventilation and Bell's Magnefusion Emergency Release System. Stop by to try one out - we will have all sizes available.
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