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British Columbia 2017

British Columbia .

2017 CMA BC Championship plaques will be available for pickup at the Sept 24th Agassiz Motocross practice.

September 24

Motocross Practice

Agassiz, BC

 

Canadian Motorcycle Association

October 8

Motocross Practice

Agassiz, BC

 

Canadian Motorcycle Association

October 15

Trial - Provincial

Ioco, BC

 

Canada Pacific Trials Association

October 15

Motocross Practice

Agassiz, BC

 

Canadian Motorcycle Association

October 22

Motocross Practice

Agassiz, BC

 

Canadian Motorcycle Association

 

October 29

Motocross Practice

Agassiz, BC

 

Canadian Motorcycle Association

 

 

 

 

AGASSIZ RACE INFORMATION FOR July 8 2017 AND July 9, 2017.

Saturday, Aug-26 CMA 2017 Amateur Motocross Championship Round 3

Gates open 8:00am

Sign up 8:30am – 9:30am

Practice 10:00am

Racing 11:00am

Entry fees $35 per class

No gate fee. All CMA classes will run.

Need CMA full competition licence ($80) or CMA amateur motocross membership ($30). Can exchange your 2017 practice membership to an amateur motocross membership.

Trophies awarded at the end of the series. Must attend all three rounds to qualify for trophies.

Free overnight camping on Saturday night. Gates close at 10:00pm.

Sunday, Aug 27 - CMA 2017 BC Motocross Championship Round 3

Gates open 7:15am

Sign up 7:30am – 8:30am

Practice 9:00am

Racing 10:00am

Entry fees $45 1st class (includes your $10 gate fee), $35 2nd class

Gate fee $10 to be submitted at sign up for each family member and spectator.

Need CMA full competition licence ($80). Can upgrade from 2017 practice membership or 2017 amateur membership.

Trophies and payback on raceday. Plaques awarded at end of series. Must attend all three rounds to qualify for series awards.

 

Agassiz Practice Info.

To practice you require one of the following:

2017 CMA Competition licence. $80. Required for any CMA sanctioned competition event.

2017 CMA Membership. $30. Required for CMA practices. Family memberships available for immediate family.

2017 CMA Amateur MX Membership. $30. Required for any CMA amateur motocross events includes practices.

Both CMA memberships and amateur MX memberships may be upgraded to full licences.

Cost for each practice is $30.

 

Watch this site and CMA Agassiz Facebook for latest updates.

Aug 15 - 20 Walton Raceway, ON. Parts Canada Transcan Grand National FIM North America Amateur Motocross Continental Cup/CMA Amateur Motocross Championship. Stay tuned for full details.

 

Rockstar Energy FIM North America / CMA Arenacross Championship Series. Locations and dates TBA

2017 Agassiz schedule will feature 6 CMA motocross events, BCOT International 2 day race, 3 BCOT motocross practices and a full schedule of CMA practices. Schedule will be posted shortly. (Schedule Now Posted. Jan 14th)

 

Alberta CMA 2017 Ice Races.

Jan 22. Pidgeon Lake

Jan 29.      "        "

Feb 5th      "       "

Feb 19th Gull Lake

Feb 26th CMA National Ice Race. Lac La Biche

 

NEW MOTOCROSS PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCED FOR CANADA    

Press Release - February 17, 2017

Two of Canada's major motocross promoters will sanction their premier events with the Canadian Motorcycle Association beginning with the 2017 season. The agreement includes a listing on the FIM North America calendar which will bring the Canadian programme to the main stage of world motocross competition.

The Parts Canada TransCan Grand National CMA Amateur National Championships and FIM North America Continental Cup at Walton, and the Rockstar Energy CMA National Championship/FIM North America Championship Arenacross series begins a new era for teams and riders. They can expect the same great experience that they have had in the past, along with the veracity offered by CMA/FIM North America.

"Walton Raceway is thrilled to elevate the Parts Canada TransCan Grand National Motocross to the status of CMA National Championship and FIM North America Continental Cup level. FIM recognition is the highest honour in motocross. From Supercross to MXGP and the Motocross of Nations, they are the elite events of the world. Motocross racers in Canada deserve to be a part of it", said Brett Lee, Owner/Operator of Walton Raceway.

Jetwerx International is moving into its third season of racing come fall 2017, and they are once again taking a huge step forward in bringing elite racing to Canadian racers and enthusiasts. The Valvoline Live Broadcast online in year one, then MAV TV taking the show across North America for the fans and showcasing Canadian Talent in year two, and now with CMA and FIM North America recognition, sanction and branding, it could be their biggest leap forward yet.

"Since day one of our quest to make Canadian motocross better, Jetwerx has been about the growth of our sport and helping riders climb onto the world stage. FIM North America and the CMA, as well as Walton Raceway, share in that goal, and together we will make that vision happen", said Justin Thompson, CEO of Jetwerx International.

CMA CEO and President of FIM North America, Marilynn Bastedo remarked. "This is the start of a new future for Canadian Motocross. We are delighted to be working with promoters who have the best intentions for the riders, which has always been the mandate of our association."

Joe Godsall, CMA President, stated "This new relationship and the attitude of the key people in this resurgence, is positive and optimistic and all about making Canada and Canadian riders into a real presence on the world stage".

Watch for updates on these series in the near future, as well as a number of new programs to be rolled out in the next 2 to 3 years.

Please check CanadianMX.com to find out details of the Press Conference that will happen March 4th, 2017, at the Toronto Supercross with regards to this announcement.


This release is jointly issued by Walton Raceway, Jetwerx International and the Canadian Motorcycle Association

About FIM North America.
FIM NA is the continental union established by FIM in 1998 with the mandate to develop continental activity as a step for riders to reach world championship level participation.

About the Canadian Motorcycle Association
CMA is the national governing body for motorcycling and as a member of the Federation Internationale de Motocycliste and FIM North America, is responsible for carrying out the mandate of the FIM and FIM NA to oversee and develop motorcycling in Canada.

 

 

 

 

BC Motocross Championship 2016

Agassiz

Agassiz

Agassiz

Final Results

April

July

Sept

Town

Bike

Total

17

3

4

Expert/Pro

MX 1

207

Sean

Krahn

Chilliwack

KTM

69

22

25

22

291

Dylan

Delaplace

Langley

Yam

25

25

417

Dex

Koeleman

Chilliwack

Kaw

25

25

731

Andreas

Konrad

Kamloops

KTM

20

20

127

Jeff

Morrow

Surrey

Hus

18

18

Expert/Pro

MX 2

291

Dylan

Delaplace

Langley

Yam

25

25

Intermediate

MX 1

997

Willie

McIntyre

Harrison Hot Springs

Suz

67

25

20

22

75

Jesse

Parsons

Maple Ridge

KTM

64

22

22

20

21

Kevin

Dyck

Langley

KTM

25

25

44

Mathew

Campbell

Kamloops

Kaw

25

25

103

Marty

McKenzie

Vancouver

Kaw

20

20

Intermediate

MX 2

40

Justin

Fredrikson

Chilliwack

Yam

75

25

25

25

71

Cam

Mitchell

Kamloops

TM

22

22

Novice

MX 1

65

Stewart

Donovan

North Vancouver

KTM

72

22

25

25

56

Chris

Veale

Langley

Hon

42

20

22

129

Phillip

Cavouras

Delta

TM

25

25

Novice

MX 2

5

Dylan

Hart

Surrey

Yam

25

25

11

Arnie

Fast

Chilliwack

Hus

25

25

156

Mike

Johnson

Lac La Hache

Yam

22

22

24

Chris

Fredrick

Surrey

Yam

20

20

MX 2 B

269

Sandy

Steffensen

Vancouver

Kaw

25

25

1

Ivan

Mueller

West Vancouver

Kaw

22

22

2 Stroke

45

Dale

Martinsen

Langley

KTM

69

25

22

22

316

Emerson

Bayoneta

Surrey

Kaw

54

16

18

20

21

Kevin

Dyck

Langley

KTM

25

25

5

Mike

Downey

Kelowna

Yam

25

25

129

Phillip

Cavouras

Delta

TM

22

22

11

Arnie

Fast

Chilliwack

Hus

20

20

819

Joe

Godsall

Kamloops

Kaw

20

20

366

Stuart

Atkinson

Chilliwack

Yam

18

18

24

Chris

Frederick

Surrey

Yam

15

15

+30

207

Sean

Krahn

Chilliwack

Hon

75

25

25

25

75

Jesse

Parsons

Maple Ridge

KTM

60

16

22

22

127

Jeff

Morrow

Surrey

HSQ

22

22

731

Andreas

Konrad

Kamloops

KTM

20

20

71

Cameron

Mitchell

Kamloops

TM

18

18

Plus 39

Veteran

207

Sean

Krahn

Chilliwack

KTM

75

25

25

25

597

Willie

McIntyre

Harrison

Suz

22

22

11

Tiger

Wingert

Abbotsford

KTM

22

22

65

Randy

North

Langley

Hon

20

20

116

Elmer

Neizen

Chilliwack

Yam

20

20

540

Richard

Perrin

New Westminster

KTM

18

18

+50

Super Vet

45

Dale

Martinsen

Langley

KTM

63

18

20

25

11

Arnie

Fast

Chilliwack

Hus

55

15

22

18

540

Richard

Perrin

New Westminster

KTM

36

16

20

65

Randy

North

Langley

Hon

31

15

16

901

Paul

Budai

Langley

KTM

28

13

15

5

Mike

Downey

Kelowna

Yam

25

25

11

Tiger

Wingert

Abbotsford

KTM

25

25

510

Travis

Acheson

West Kelowna

Suz

22

22

116

Elmer

Neizen

Chilliwack

Yam

22

22

20

George

Bakker

Abbotsford

Kaw

20

20

43

Mike

Gorel

Maple Ridge

KTM

18

18

3

Dave

Banerd

Langley

KTM

16

16

95

Laurence

St Pierre

Agassiz

KTM

14

14

24

Chris

Frederick

Surrey

Yam

14

14

77

Danny

Code

Pinantan Lake

Yam

12

12

Sports

(13-29)

40

Justin

Fredrikson

Abbotsford

Yam

72

22

25

25

417

Dex

Koeleman

Chilliwack

Kaw

25

25

5

Dylan

Hart

Surrey

Yam

22

22

Women

59

Megan

Joycey

Langley

KTM

25

25

397

Summer

Knowles

New Westminster

Hon

25

25

65cc

Youth

939

River

Skinner

Chilliwack

KTM

25

25

112

Nicholas

Lankinen

Princeton

KTM

22

22

85cc

Youth

238

Jacob

Weston

Surrey

Suz

44

22

22

94

Andrew

Hart

Surrey

Kaw

42

22

20

17

Michael

Hardcastle

Mission

Suz

25

25

222

Cameron

Lankinen

Princeton

Yam

25

25

44

Logan

Ruck

Langley

Kaw

25

25

574

Charles

Charlton

Aldergrove

Hus

20

20

SuperMini

Youth

94

Andrew

Hart

Surrey

Kaw

45

20

25

222

Cameron

Lankinen

Princeton

Yam

25

25

44

Logan

Ruck

Langley

Kaw

25

25

238

Jacob

Weston

Surrey

Suz

22

22

574

Charles

Charlton

Aldergrove

Hus

22

22

1

Ivan

Mueller

West Vancouver

Kaw

18

18

* Championship class points with less than 4 riders will be confirmed when there is an official class in the series

 

 

BC Amateur Motocross Championship 2016

Agassiz

Agassiz

Agassiz

Final Results

April

July

Sept

Town

Bike

Total

16

2

3

Expert/Pro

MX 1

207

Sean

Krahn

Chilliwack

KTM

47

22

25

724

Daniel

Wegener

Chilliwack

Hon

25

25

Intermediate

MX 1

997

Willie

McIntyre

Harrison Hot Springs

Suz

75

25

25

25

75

Jesse

Parsons

Maple Ridge

KTM

64

20

22

22

103

Marty

McKenzie

Vancouver

Kaw

42

22

20

Intermediate

MX 2

558

Patrick

Sullivan

Lillooet

Yam

25

25

144

Ryan

McCulloch

Surrey

Kaw

25

25

95

Justin

Dziuba

Chilliwack

Yam

22

22

71

Cam

Mitchell

Kamloops

TM

20

20

Novice

MX 1

624

Brenton

Kramer

Vancouver

Yam

67

20

22

25

401

Les

Bencze

Aldergrove

Yam

65

18

25

22

189

Makhail

Savaidis

Vancouver

Suz

25

25

129

Phillip

Cavouras

Delta

TM

22

22

Novice

MX 2

225

Jack

Caron

Kelowna

Suz

47

25

22

454

Todd

Marston

Port Moody

Hon

45

25

20

156

Mike

Johnson

Lac La Hache

Yam

25

25

27

Sam

George

Hope

Hon

22

22

794

Greg

Marston

Coquitlam

Kaw

18

18

MX 2 B

269

Sandy

Steffensen

Vancouver

Kaw

50

25

25

2 Stroke

45

Dale

Martinsen

Langley

KTM

72

22

25

25

316

Emerson

Bayoneta

Surrey

Kaw

53

15

18

20

189

Makhail

Savaidis

Vancouver

Suz

25

25

3

Dave

Banerd

Langley

KTM

22

22

818

Jay

Ridout

Abbotsford

Yam

22

22

24

Chris

Frederick

Surrey

Yam

20

20

129

Phillip

Cavouras

Delta

TM

20

20

819

Joe

Godsall

Kamloops

Kaw

18

18

225

Jack

Caron

Kelowna

Suz

16

16

227

Kyle

Nicholson

Chilliwack

Kaw

14

14

+30

75

Jesse

Parsons

Maple Ridge

KTM

62

20

22

20

207

Sean

Krahn

Chilliwack

Hon

47

25

22

103

Marty

McKenzie

Vancouver

Kaw

42

22

20

57

Sheldon

Van Schagen

Rosedale

Yam

25

25

X

Dan

Currie

Kelowna

Suz

25

25

243

Greg

Wardrope

Keremeos

Yam

18

18

71

Cameron

Mitchell

Kamloops

TM

18

18

818

Jay

Ridout

Abbotsford

Yam

16

16

Plus 39

Veteran

997

Willie

McIntyre

Harrison Hot Springs

Suz

62

18

22

22

207

Sean

Krahn

Chilliwack

KTM

50

25

25

454

Todd

Marston

Port Moody

Hon

36

18

18

915

Todd

Greenan

Chilliwack

KTM

25

25

224

Buddy

Caron

Kelowna

Suz

22

22

540

Richard

Perrin

New Westminster

KTM

20

20

624

Brenton

Kramer

Vancouver

Yam

20

20

116

Elmer

Neizen

Chilliwack

Yam

20

20

794

Greg

Marston

Coquitlam

Kaw

16

16

243

Greg

Wardrope

Keremeos

Yam

16

16

819

Joe

Godsall

Kamloops

Kaw

16

16

+50

Super Vet

45

Dale

Martinsen

Langley

KTM

65

20

20

25

224

Buddy

Caron

Kelowna

Suz

50

25

25

901

Paul

Budai

Langley

KTM

31

16

15

510

Travis

Acheson

West Kelowna

Suz

22

22

558

Patrick

Sullivan

Lillooet

Yam

22

22

116

Elmer

Neizen

Chilliwack

Yam

22

22

540

Richard

Perrin

New Westminster

KTM

20

20

95

Laurence

St Pierre

Agassiz

KTM

18

18

43

Mike

Gorel

Maple Ridge

KTM

18

18

22

Hans

Wegener

Chilliwack

KTM

18

18

3

Dave

Banerd

Langley

KTM

16

16

Sports

(13-29)

176

Colby

Wellings

West Kelowna

Hus

25

25

724

Daniel

Wegener

Chilliwack

Hon

25

25

144

Ryan

McCulloch

Surrey

Kaw

22

22

65cc

Youth

924

Keean

Leard

Surrey

KTM

75

25

25

25

78

Thomas

Marston

Coquitlam

Kaw

22

22

112

Nicholas

Lankinen

Princeton

KTM

22

22

243

Taye

Wardrope

Keremeos

KTM

20

20

85cc

Youth

924

Keean

Leard

Surrey

KTM

67

25

20

22

238

Jacob

Weston

Surrey

Suz

25

25

222

Cameron

Lankinen

Princeton

Yam

25

25

45

Andrew

Van Winkle

Chilliwack

Kaw

22

22

192

Matthew

Vrolyk

Chilliwack

Suz

18

18

SuperMini

Youth

238

Jacob

Weston

Surrey

Suz

25

25

222

Cameron

Lankinen

Princeton

Yam

25

25

1

Ivan

Mueller

West Vancouver

Kaw

25

25

Series plaques award to riders participating in complete series

 

 

All CMA classes will run on Saturday.

The amateur race replaces the former club races.

What you require to race on Saturday:

You require a CMA amateur membership. $30. This membership also covers CMA practices at Agassiz.

You can exchange your 2017 enthusiast membership for a 2017 Amateur membership

The cost to race is $35 per class. Each class will run 2 motos on Saturday.

There is no gate fee.

Remind riders who normally just ride in practices to have numbers on your bike for lapscorers.

Plaques will be presented at the conclusion of the series to qualified riders..

Track gates will open at 9.00am on Saturday.

Sign up from 9.00am – 10.15am.

Riders meeting and practice from 10.30am

Any riders planning to race at the BC Championship on Sunday may stay at the track overnight.

Track gates will close at 10pm on Saturday.

What you require to race on Sunday:

You require a 2017 CMA competition licence $85.  Amateur memberships can be upgraded.

All CMA classes will run. 2 motos each

Note the following change -

Entry fee is $45 for 1st class. This includes your $10 gate fee. Additional classes $35 per class.

Any additional person’s gate fee is on the honour system and may be handed in to sign up.

Gates will open at 7am

Sign up from 7.15am – 8.30am

Riders’ meeting and practice from 8.45am.

Regular awards for each class for the day.

Series plaques at conclusion of series.

Must be at least 4 riders in class to qualify for series plaques.

 

 

Agassiz track drone. Taken May 15th 2016

www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL2AiNjUusk

 

For CMA Agassiz photos go to:

Ed Wright. edwphoto.smugmug.com

Allen Bargen

https://www.facebook.com/AllenBargen/media_set?set=a.924991357599913.1073741886.100002671734633&type=3&pnref=story&hc_location=ufi

 

 

 

CMA BC

 

ANNUAL CMA AWARDS 2015

December 16, 2015

On the occasion of the Annual Meeting held in Hamilton, Ontario on December 6th, the CMA Vice President, Holly Ralph, announced the following awards.

AWARDS OF HONOUR

AWARD OF MERIT

(the association's premier award, given in recognition of exceptional effort or achievement on behalf of the CMA. The award can be given only once)

John Pineo of Bridgetown, Nova Scotia

John is a Life Member of the CMA, has served as a member of the Board of Directors, holding the post of President from 1981-83, and as CMA Atlantic Region Secretary for a number of years.

He was named Honourary President of the CMA and currently serves on Board Committees for Strategic Planning, and for Nominations where he is currently the Chair.

Together with Graham Read, he holds the special ranking of Ambassador for Atlantic Region.

John has represented CMA at the international level for several years. He is a member of the bureau of the FIM Commission for Touring and Leisure (2005 to present) and also holds the position of Secretary for FIM North America, having served previously as Treasurer.

He is a lifetime member of the Apple Valley Riders, serving on the club executive in various capacities and well as being one of the chief organizers of their Bluenose Rally; an event that at various times has been the CMA National Rally and the FIM North America Rally.

John is a dedicated long distance touring rider and also dabbles in dual sport trail riding.

FULVIO CALLIMACI SUPPORTERS AWARDS

(named in memory of a special supporter of CMA in Quebec and awarded to a person or group who has supported or promoted the CMA and motorcycling in an exceptional way)

• Dale Martinsen of Burnaby, British Columbia

• Laurence St. Pierre of Agassiz, British Columbia

• Hans Wegener of Abbotsford, British Columbia

All of these gentlemen have made an enormous contribution to the continued viability of the CMA managed motocross track at Agassiz, BC. Their dedication to performing the tasks of track work, machine maintenance, event refereeing and whatever else is needed to keep us going is very much appreciated.

• Shane Cuthbertson of Airdrie, Alberta

Shane is a Pro CMA competitor, Second Gear Club youth organizer and volunteer, an unlikely combination. Even when competing at the highest level of cross country racing, Shane and his family have always found time to support their local club and its events.

He is an example of expertise that the younger Pro's aspire to emulate and an exceptional teacher and mentor for the young people in the youth programme.

• Gord Goddard of St. George, Ontario

Gord is a very gracious landowner who has made his very scenic property available to the Ontario trials organizers for many years. He is always available to help out during the setup of the event, offering great assistance from suggesting different areas for new sections to ideas for modifying existing sections, to cutting the grass in the paddock area and the loop. It is almost impossible to find trials locations in today's Southern Ontario and Gord is a godsend to our trials community there.

BILLY MATTHEWS MEMORIAL TROPHY

(donated by the Matthews family and awarded to the current rider who demonstrates the qualities of good sportsmanship)

Alex Baumann of Thorsby, Alberta

Alex hails from Switzerland where he was a sidecar motocrosser but here in Canada, he has competed in Hare Scrambles, Cross Country and Ice Racing.

He loves everything to do with motorcycling and competition but has more than once sacrificed a position to help a fellow rider on the course.

Whenever organizers are waiting for the last riders to come in, they always look to see if Alex has checked in yet. If not, they know he is out helping some novice rider back to the pits. He is always the first one to volunteer, never misses an event, shows up with a smile and leaves with one. A credit to his club and to motorcycling.

COMPETITION AWARDS

WHITE MEMORIAL TROPHY (established in 1954)

(this is the premier competition award of the CMA and is awarded annually to the most outstanding National Champion, as determined by the Board of Directors)

Jana Ham of White City, Saskatchewan This is Jana's second White Trophy as she made history in 2013 by becoming the first woman to win the CMA's top prize for her performance in mini road racing. In 2015 she has excelled again but also scores another historical first in co-sharing the honour with Tyler Seguin.

Tyler Seguin of Welland, Ontario

This is Tyler's first White Trophy honour but not his first award winning performance in dirt track as he won the #1 Dirt Track Plate in 2013.

The CMA Directors were not able to agree that one performance was better than the other.

Congratulations to both honourees!

BERT IRWIN MEMORIAL ISDE AWARD

Philippe Chaine of Chesterville, Quebec

Philippe was the performance leader in the CMA 2015 ISDE effort which took place in Kosice, Slovakia.

He earned a Gold Medal and finished 7th in his class. He will be back next year.

 

At the recent BCOT Agassiz practice a large amount of dirt was moved onto the track. While this made for great track conditions on the day it meant that the track depends heavily on the weather conditions at this time of the year. In order to run we need dry conditions throughout the week.

We will keep you updated on track conditions for the next couple of weeks.

 

 

Sunday Practices:

Gates open at 8am

Practice 9am - 3pm

Require current CMA membership ($30) or CMA licence ($85).  Membership covers practice. Licence both races and practices.

Both available at track on practice or race days.

No gate fee for practices. Practice cost is $30.

 

 

Sunday Practices 9am - 3pm.

Riders require a current CMA licence or membership. (available at track on practice or race day).

 

 

Agassiz track update Feb5 2015.

Confirmed CMA BC Championship race dates.

May 24th

June 21st

July 12th

Other race dates will be posted when confirmed.

Agassiz Sunday practices.

Gates open 8am.

Practice 9.00am - 3pm

Requires current CMA licence or membership.

BC Oldtimer practice dates and race date will be announced shortly. (OT memberships available at OT practices.)

Dates will be posted here when track conditions are suitable for practices.

CMA licences are $75 and CMA memberships are $30.

 

The CMA is pleased to announce that the Agassiz Motocross Track lease has been renewed by the CMA for the next 5 years. We

Thank you

 

CMA BC.

  

ATTENTION CANADIAN YOUTH MOTOCROSS RIDERS.

Want to represent Canada at an FIM World Championship Motocross event in Madrid, Spain on July 19th 2015.

Classes. (All 2-stroke only)

65cc age 10yrs to 12 yrs. Over 50cc – 65cc

85cc age 11yrs to 14yrs. Over 65cc – 85cc

125cc age 13yrs to 17yrs. Over 100cc – 125cc

Any riders (or parents) who are interested should contact the CMA and indicate that your rider would be interested.

See communication below for more information.

Thank you.

Canadian Motorcycle Association (CMA)

The 2015 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship will take place on the weekend of July 19 at the circuit of El Molar in Madrid, Spain.

El Molar is a hard based circuit well known and liked by a wide spread of motocross enthusiasts. The circuit has hosted multiple rounds of the Spanish Championship with each round receiving positive feedback from the riders. Offering a great location, nestled in the Spanish capital of Madrid, and the likelihood of great weather, the 2015 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship in El Molar is sure to produce the top notch racing we have come to expect from the world’s fastest young racers.

Mr. Pablo Juan Salazar Gordonnn, Comunidad de Madrid Sports General Manager: The Directorate General of Youth and Sports, the sports coordinating agency of Madrid Region - Comunidad de Madrid - really appreciates the confidence given to the Spanish Federation to organize the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship. For the local government of El Molar as well as for the city of Madrid this event is a great opportunity to promote motocross among young people and to increase the participation in this sport. It will also promote tourism in this wonderful region near Madrid

Mr. Emilio de Frutos, El Molar City Mayor: The municipality of El Molar celebrates and appreciates this announcement. We will make every effort to make the participants and motocross fans feel comfortable and welcome in our town. Moreover, this international event will unveil El Molar around the world and we are happy and really proud.

Mr. José Luís Alvarez Castellano, Moto Club Molareño President: We would like to say thank you to FIM, RFME and YOUTHSTREAM for having confidence in our Moto Club and circuit giving us the opportunity to organize the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship 2015 in Madrid. The last five years we have organized local and national events with successful results, we have always had the recognition of our work by regional and national federations. Therefore we are ready to host this important event and meet the requirements of a competition of this level to continue growing in organizing international events.

    

Thank everyone for supporting the Agassiz track in 2014. Look forward to seeing you all in 2015.

 

Track updates will be posted on CMA Agassiz facebook page on Saturday before the event.

CMA Agassiz facebook, this page and CMA phone (604) 536 2321 will keep you updated on track schedule.

2016 CMA License applications download available on CMA membership Information page. www.motorcyclingcanada.ca

 

No new motocross changes for 2015.

New class for 2014 Two stroke class.  124cc - 300cc

MX2 machines may also enter the MX1 class

 

 

CMA Agassiz is on Facebook.  Click on like to get updates and Team Canada donation information..

 

Any motocross riders wishing to move up to Intermediate class from Novice class or to Expert class from Intermediate should contact CMA region office. This is in addition to riders who have been moved up for 2013.

Please keep your email contact up to date with us.

Any undelivered emails are removed from our contact list.

 

Thank you to all who attended the 2013 Championship series.

BC Motocross Championship Series sponsor.

 

Mainland Sand and Gravel (Series Sponsor)

 

 

 

News Update. Mar 2012

Class change and addition in motocross

A Pro class has be added to the existing classes.

Classes for 2014 are:

Pro. (required for AMA Pro or FIM MX events )

Expert

Intermediate

Novice (Beginner)

Above three classes are Amateur classes)

Note: Snell M2010 certification or ECE 22-05 (P, NP, or J) is required for competition in 2012 and future years.

Please check for important head injury information included in 2014 licence rider package

2015 CMA Motocross Classes

50cc: 65cc: 85cc: Super Mini(80cc - 150cc, age 11 - 15):

Youth 2 stroke: (99cc - 144cc, Age 11yrs - 16yrs) Women: Sport (13 -  29) +30: +39 Vet: +49 Super Vet.

MX1: Novice, Intermediate, Expert, Pro(290cc- 500cc 2 stroke, 250cc - 450 4 stroke) + MX2

MX2: Novice, Intermediate, Expert, Pro (100cc- 144cc 2 stroke, 175cc - 250cc 4 stroke)

2 Stroke: Novice, Intermediate, Expert, Pro (124cc- 300cc)

Points will be awarded on the overall event finish based on the FIM 25 point motocross system..

25, 22, 20, 18, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1,

 

Events are open to all CMA licenced riders. Your riding number from your CMA licence MUST be on all 3 plates. 

Must be an official class (4 riders) during series to qualify for a championship class.

 

TEAM CANADA Motocross Fundraising.

Please note: Donations to Team Canada Trials, ISDE and Junior motocross may  be forwarded to CMA Head Office at any time.

All donations go directly into Team Canada fund.

Please identify chosen Team for donation or donation can be spread over all Team Canada teams.  

 

Please note: The Agassiz track is only open on scheduled days for practice or racing.

Congratulations to all the 2014 CMA Canadian Motocross Champions and all other competitors. Results now posted.

 

 

For CMA photos go to John Denniston photos or James Lissimore

 

 Youth 2 stroke only class. 99cc - 144cc Rider age 11yrs - 16yrs.

2 Stroke class: 124cc - 300cc. (Nov, Int, Expert)

 

 

Are you receiving your CMA updates?

Please keep your email address current. Undelivered addresses are deleted.

 

Agassiz Sponsorship opportunities are always available.

Contact CMA BC For more information.

 

Riders under 19 must present Parent permission form at each practice.

 

NOTE: PLEASE USE YOUR CMA RIDING NUMBER.

Bike Insurance.

 

If you require off track and storage insurance coverage for your off road vehicle and equipment, Jones Brown, have a coverage programme that is designed to suit you.

Contact Jones Brown for further information kbesta@jonesbrown.com

 

Important. Agassiz Information.

No overnight parking inside track.

You can park outside and enter on day of event.

 

If you require a number change please check if number is available and if so, return original licence (keep photocopy) to CMA Head Office with $10 processing fee.

Please remember to make sure you have your current CMA licence with you at race events.

If not you will have to obtain another before competing.

 

Riders must use the number issued to them on their CMA licence.

Results and scoring are based on that number.

Same number must be on all three plates and on jersey or chest protector.

 

 

Canadian Motorcycle Association, BC Region.

15970 Prospect Crescent, White Rock, BC. V4B 5B3

Tel: 604 536 2321 www3.telus.net/qas Email: bccma@telus.net  Facebook  CMA Agassiz

 

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