CODY MATECHUK #111
In 2017, Matechuk turned his focus from dirt to snow as he travelled south to make the cut in Minnesota for the 2017 Aspen X-Games. As one of only four racers to earn a spot at the prestigious games, Matechuk would soon become the ONLY racer in the field on board a Canadian built Yeti kit. His head turning performance not only earned him a bronze medal at the inaugural X-Games competition, but it set him up for international fame including a few big movies deals. Following the hype of the games, Matechuk headed back to the true North to compete in the first ever Canadian National Snowbike series hosted by Revelstoke, BC. In a nail-biting re-match against the X-Games gold meadalist, Matechuk came home with the first series win and a slight advantage heading into the second round scheduled for February 25th. The rest of the time Matechuk will be working with Yeti to further develop their Snow bike kits while filming for various film productions across our North American slopes!
BROCK HOYER #2
I'm a professional Snowbike cross racer. I'm 30 years of age and live in central BC. I have been riding snowbike for 6 years and have been racing motocross for 17 years.
-my bike is a 2018 YZ 450F with a 2018 ARO Timbersled 120 kit
-the riding I do is from racing to back-country, filming. I do this about 50/50 split for both. Then summer time racing local races and pro nationals. My main focus is snowbiking and sledding in the winter time.
- Aspen 2017 X-Games Gold Medalist
- Canadian snowbike National Champion.
- Jackson Hill Climb King of the Hill.
- Western Canadian Hill Cross Champion
- 3 time Canadian AX Champ
KRAIG RIESE #459
I am from Wasilla, Alaska. I've been riding dirt bikes since age 3 and have been racing at the professional level since 2011.
Some of the bigger achievements in my racing are multiple top 10's at many amateur nationals and bigger amateur races throughout the United States, as well as winning the 2017 Georgia National Guard AMA Championship in 250A and 2nd in 450A.
For the 2018 season, I will be racing the Future West Promotions Arenacross Series, at least the first few AX Tour rounds, and then the MX Tour presented by Jetwerx.
MEGAN GRIFFITHS #143
I am 27 years old and from Kelowna, BC. I have been riding dirt bikes for 10 years, and racing for 5. Although I am currently an industrial electrician, becoming a better racer/rider has been my main focus for the last five years. I've been putting all my spare time and energy into riding, filming, staying fit, and maintaining my machines. I am a proud rider of a Husqvarna FX 350 as well as a TX 300. I am extremely passionate about the sport of enduro. The tougher the terrain, the better! I love to spread the love of the sport through my videos on Instagram as well as my YouTube channel. I make tutorials and "how-to" videos and am starting to put on riding clinics as well.
My biggest accomplishment so far has been racing on the Canadian women's trophy team in the International Six Day Enduro in Spain in 2016. After a long six days of battling with a separated shoulder, I came home with a bronze metal.
I have recently discovered the amazing sport of snowbiking. Being in love with off-road dirt biking as well as an avid back country snowboarder, I took to it quickly! I'm hoping to log some serious hours on the snow bike this year and come out with some wicked footage and new skills!
REGGIE SOVEREIGN #119
My name is Reggie Sovereign and I'm from Eden, NY. I have raced motocross since I was little, but initially took to Snocross to train during the winter months. Since first seeing snowbikes racing I knew what I wanted to do. As a pioneer for snowbikes in the western New York area, they have quickly turned into my main passion of racing. East Coast Snocross quickly added a snowbike class to accommodate the growing sport and I have raced it since the beginning.
After winning all the East Coast snowbike races 2 years in a row, I took to the ISOC series in Salamanca, NY where I took fourth. So for the 2017-18 season I plan on racing all of the ISOC National Snocross races and an AMA snowbike race or two.
With the help of RMR suspensions, I have gotten that extra edge I needed to compete with the best!
MARIE-CLAUDE "MC" BOUDREAU - #23
Growing up on 180 acres of a family owned outdoor centre there was lots of toys to play with (atv, snowmobile, horses...) and my focus has always been seeking adventures, challenges & fun! This has influenced all the sports & endeavours I got into including competing in snowboarding in the late 90's & rock climbing worldwide for the past 15 years, which also helped me develop a strong determination, stamina & perseverance.
About 5 years ago, I switched my 400 street-enduro for a lighter bike, when I discovered trail riding. The passion pushed me shortly into trying a couple local races in 2015 and then entered the PNWMA circuit in 2016, where I got top 3 at every race that year, winning 2 of them.
In 2017, there were adjustments to make at the start of the season as I ventured with a new 2-stroke but quickly improved as the season progressed & claimed 1st place in the women amateur PN series.
Podium in 2017:
2nd - Night Pig in Vernon
1st - Outback Bushwack in Quesnel
3rd - Piston Run in Chilliwack
1st - Toasted Hare Scramble at Hannegan Speedway
2nd - Monkey Wrench in Lillooet
3rd - Rev Limiter in Silverstar
Looking ahead, I am hoping to keep progressing to eventually testing myself in the women expert class.
With support from RMR Suspensions, No Limits Motorsports, Seat Concepts, Justified Cultures, the Girls with No Limits & my boyfriend, I sure am well surrounded to keep thriving!
BRETT TURCOTTE - #16
"Growing up in the mountains of British Columbia, snowmobiling was a way of life for me as a child. What started as a passion at a young age enjoying family time when I was 6 has now progressed into a professional career. Here now at 30 years young I have been able to travel the world pursuing my dreams, yet everyday I still wake up wanting to find challenges and reasons to push myself.
Everyday I strive to be a positive role model, an industry leader and to set the bar not only for myself but for the sport of snowmobiling as a whole.
Being a multi-talented action sports athlete has allowed me to challenge myself more than I would of ever thought possible.
-Factory Arctic Cat Athlete
-Factory Kawasaki Athlete
-Monster Energy Pro-Snowmobile Athlete
-4x X-Games Medalist
-Worlds First SnowBike Backflip Feb 2016
Whether it is Freestyle Motocross, Free-ride Mountain Biking, UTV Rally Cross, Sno-Bike Freestyle, Backcountry Mountain Snowmobiling, Backcountry Mountain Freestyle or Medaling at the X-Games, I strive to always be the best. As I look forward in my career, the question isn't is it possible? It's how can I do it better than everyone else." - Brett Turcotte
Deegan Nuyens - #215
Years racing: 10
Classes: 250 intermediate, open intermediate, schoolboy 2
Accomplishments in 2017:
3rd in open and 250 junior in future west outdoors,
3rd in open junior and 250 Junior in future west areanacross, schoolboy champion in future west arenacross
Goals for 2018:
top 5 in intermediate 250 and open and win schoolboy championship
ZACH WOOD - #214
I've been racing since 2014 on my home track in Drumheller on an 85. In 2015 I moved up to a big bike and raced most of the AMSA series in Schoolboy and beginner class.
In 2016, I upgraded to a 250F and raced the full AMSA series and won 1st overall in schoolboy and 5th overall in both MX 2 junior and MX 3 junior. I also raced in the WRMA Spring and fall series, I won 1st overall in both series in Both GP Jr and 250F Junior. I also took 1st overall in Alberta for Team Green Canada winning $3000.
2017 again racing the full AMSA series and won 3 championships For MX2 Junior, MX3 Junior and schoolboy. I also rode 3 of the 7 ADRA races and took 2nd OA in Schoolboy 2, 3rd OA in Youth Class, 5th in MX 3 Junior and 6th OA in MX 2 Junior. WRMA spring series and won both GP JR and 250F junior. I won 1st in Alberta again with Team Green Canada winning another $3000 and a 3rd in Canada with Team Green Canada.
I love anything to do with motorsports, and I'm looking forward to a new and exciting year full of change for 2018 with a new bike, new to intermediate class and new sponsors.
Oriana Fraser #49
I ride a Husqvarna TC150 in the Ladies, Junior, and Schoolboy class. I’ve been riding for four years and I have come a long way. Whenever I'm not riding, I'm usually doing mechanical work on my bikes or on my truck, or I'll be playing music. In 2017 I competed in the Western Canadian Women’s Pro Nationals and came out with a 7th overall, as well as competed in the B.C. Ladies Championship with 1st place for the second year in a row, and competed in the Vancouver Island Ladies Championship also in 1st place.
I plan on racing in the B.C. Championship series and other races down in the US so I can get more exposure for myself in different places. I love Motocross, and it is one of my biggest passions.
Mark Wilson #772
Motocross has become a passion of mine, and has turned from a hobby to a lifestyle. After beginning racing in 2011, I went from novice to pro within my first season. I was immediately hooked and after discovering snow biking, I knew I had to start racing that too. This is only the beginning for me!
Lane Tomolak #300
I have been racing for 10 years, now age 24 from Regina, Sask. I race B class and youth in SCRC (south corner racing circuit). I ended the 2018 season with a 2nd overall in B class and a 6th in youth. My goals for the 2019 season is to be on the top step in B class and advance to top 5 in youth. Motocross is a huge part of my life and I’m excited to start the new year with some great new sponsors.