MXA’S WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: ALL THAT GLITTERS ISN’T GOLD… OR WORTH HALF AS MUCH

THIS WEEKEND AT GLEN HELEN: WORLD VET SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1

OPEN PRACTICE
National and Vet / REM Track
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

PEE-WEE PRACTICE
Pee Wee Track
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

GATES OPEN FOR WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Camping: $10 per night, per vehicle
Race registration: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Main Tower)
Post-Entry: $60 first class / $50 second class
Weekend gate fee: $20 adults / 5 years and under free

NO STADIUMCROSS PRACTICE THIS WEEK

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2

34TH ANNUAL WORLD VET MOTOCROSS PRACTICE
Gates open: 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Vet Only Practice: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (Divided by age groups)
Sign-up opens at 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

34TH ANNUAL WORLD VET MOTOCROSS RACE DAY ONE
Gates open: 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Practice at 7:30 a.m.
First race at 9:30 a.m.
All classes (Novice, Intermediate & Expert) race two motos
Featured race: Over-40 Pro World Championship

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4

34TH ANNUAL WORLD VET MOTOCROSS RACE DAY TWO
Gates open: 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Practice at 7:00 a.m.
First race at 9:30 a.m.
All classes (Novice, Intermediate & Expert) race two motos
Feature event: Edison Dye Lifetime Achievement Award at 12:00 p.m. in Museum:
Featured races: Over-30 Pro World Championship, Over-50 Pro, Over-60 Expert, Over-70 Experts

FOR MORE INFO:

www.glenhelen.com or (909) 880-3090
Get your Belly App (Rewards Card) to receive “FREE” Practices

THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAY BOYS: JORDI, DAMON & TYLA

hi_Tixier_GP07_SL_31638Nov. 2…Jordi Tixier 1992
Nov. 3…Ben Evans 1989

Nov. 3…John Tomac 1967

damonhuffman
Nov. 4…Damon Huffman 1975

Nov. 4…Greg Fox
Nov. 4…Paul Lindsey
Nov. 7…Shane Watts 1972
Nov. 8…Dave Strijbos

Rattray_MXGP_2_THAI_2015Nov. 8…Tyla Rattray 1985
Nov. 9…Paul Boudreau
Nov. 9…Chris Alldredge 1995

millwebbNov. 10…Cooper Webb 1995
Nov. 10…Pat Lio

tomacatlface11Nov. 10…Eli Tomac 1992

WHAT’S HOT AT THE MECUM LAS VEGAS MOTORCYCLE AUCTION IN JANUARY

Broc Glover’s 1987 KTM 250.

Hosted by Mecum Auctions on January 22-27, 2019, the world’s largest vintage and antique motorcycle auction has been held annually since 1991 in Las Vegas. Returning to South Point Hotel & Casino each January, the long-running auction has more than doubled in size and overall sales totals since Mecum’s acquisition in 2014.

Rick Burgett’s 1978 Yamaha OW35.

In January of 2018 alone, more than 1324 motorcycles crossed the auction block in just four days, with 91 percent hammering sold for $13.9 million in overall sales. To see all the bikes up for auction in Las Vegas by clicking here

Jeff Ward’s 1985 Kawasaki SR125.

MXA COVER OF THE WEEK: HOPPED-UP 250 TWO-STROKE SHOOTOUT

If you were in the market for a fully hopped-up 1996 250 two-stroke, you probably remember this cover from the November 1996 issue. We had Tuff Racing, Pro Circuit, FMF and Race Tech build us the best Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki and Yamaha 250 two-strokes possible.

MXA AD OF THE WEEK: TIMES CHANGE, BUT NOT THE DANGERS

There was a time in motocross history when racers worn gloves that were design to protect the fragile metacarpals of your hands and fingers. Take the JT Racing Flexon glove. A one-piece molded rubber guard protected your fingers, while the slots allowed for flexibility. This is far cry from the silk ballet slippers that riders wear on their hands in 2018.

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: PRO CIRCUIT 2019 YAMAHA YZ85 PIPES AND SILENCERS

Works Pipe – With unparalleled performance, power and torque across the entire rpm range, the Pro Circuit Works Pipe is constructed of AKDQ high quality carbon steel with an unplated, oiled steel finish to give your bike that “factory” look. Hand welded and pounded seams with reinforced mounting brackets offer increased durability. Retail price: $242.

Platinum Pipe – The same performance gains as the Works Pipe but with a brilliant nickel coating make the Pro Circuit Platinum Pipe the ideal choice for extreme weather conditions. Made using the same high quality AKDQ carbon steel as the Works Pipe, the Platinum Pipe is hand welded with pounded seams and reinforced mounting brackets just like the Works Pipe. A nickel coating gives the Platinum Pipe a bright finish while protecting against nature’s elements making maintenance a breeze. Retail price: $242.Ti-2 Shorty Silencer – The Pro Circuit Ti-2 Shorty Carbon Kevlar/Titanium Silencer is the latest piece of racing technology and is sure to be a favorite for most two-stroke riders. The Ti-2 is similar to the popular R-304 Silencer except it is constructed with a carbon Kevlar shell, titanium tubing and titanium end-cap. The titanium and carbon Kevlar construction offers the “factory” look and appearance while reducing weight. The Ti-2 is for closed-course racing only. Retail price: $330.

304 Factory Sound Silencer – Constructed of high quality aluminum and stainless steel, the 304 Factory Sound Silencer’s longer body is designed to reduce noise output without compromising performance and is recommended for any 2-stroke application. Extremely light weight and durable, the 304 silencer is easy to re-pack for optimum performance. Retail price: $135.

296 Spark Arrestor Silencer – For those who ride in noise sensitive areas, the 296 Spark Arrestor/Silencer meets U.S. Forest Service 96db sound requirements and is equipped with a USFS approved spark arrestor. The 296 Spark Arrestor/Silencer is designed for easy maintenance and is made from high quality aluminum and stainless steel for extra durability. Retail price: $160. For more info go to www.procircuit.com

MEMORIES OF THE WAY WE WERE: BONANZA

bonanzaminiThe fuel-injected model with air forks, five-speed tranny and 11 inches of travel costs $9000 more.

MXA TEAM TESTED: TWIN AIR 2018-19 YAMAHA YZ450F AIR FILTER

WHAT IS IT? Twin Air has introduced an all-new air filter design for the 2019 and 2018 Yamaha YZ450F. It is a twin-layer, reticulated, polyester foam filter that comes with one uniquely trick part to improve performance. The MXA wrecking crew isn’t fond of toaster air filters. What is a toaster air filter? It is a flat piece of foam that resembles a piece of toast. The YZ450F airbox, because of its location, doesn’t have room for a traditional dome-shaped foam filter and cage. Thus, Yamaha uses a 15mm-thick flat foam air filter that is held in place by an external cage. This isn’t the optimum air filter layout for maximum airflow or dirt resistance.

MXA test riders noticed that because of the flat filter, the center of the stock YZ450F air filter seemed to be drier than the surrounding edges. It looked whiter than the filter foam that wasn’t in the center of the intake tract. This was caused by intake suction pulling the toaster foam down onto the backfire screen. The constant and repetitive rattling of the air filter against the backfire screen, sucked the oil out of the foam in the high pressure zone and, over time, allowed dirt to make its way through the un-oiled center of the piece of toast. Twin Air solved the problem, originally for the Yamaha Grand Prix team, by using a 22mm-thick filter and putting a large grommet and plastic top-hat spacer in the center of its YZ450F filter. The grommet not only supported the center of the filter, but the top hat lifted the air filter 11mm above the wire backfire screen to improve airflow (and, most importantly, stop the air filter from beating itself against the backfire screen 9000 times a minute).

The YZ450F’s external plastic cage secures the air filter with a needle-shaped plastic locating pin. On the stock air filter, the locating pin goes through the foam. We noticed degradation of the foam around the pin. Thankfully, Twin Air’s central grommet not only eliminated the tearing of the foam at the pin, but supported the filter better. Keep a close eye on the two metal spring clips at the top corners of the air filter. They are designed to swivel to hold the plastic cage in place. Over time, these clips could break off.

CONTACT? www.twinair.com or (800) 749-2890 — $30.95 (dry air filter), $33.95 (pre-oiled air filter).

MXA RATING: If you own a 2018 Yamaha YZ450F, you should consider upgrading the stock piece of toast for one that breathes better, has thicker foam and is more durable. The life of your engine may depend on it.

EVERY RIDER TO EVER WIN THE WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP (1986-2017)


Alan Olson and Gary Jones won the only two Pro classes in the 1987 World Vet Championship—this is them 31 years later.

1986
30 …Randy Rodriques (ATK)
40 …Alan Olson
1987
30 …Gary Jones (Hon)
40 …Alan Olson

Rex Staten won four times — in 1988, 1990, 1991and 1982.

1988
30 …Rex Staten (Hon)
40 …Alan Olson
50 …Ron Way

Warren Reid (right) broke up Rex’s win streak by taking the Over-30 crown in 1989.

1989
30 …Warren Reid (Kaw)
40 …Alan Olson
50 …Ron Way

Tom White took the Over-40 title in 1990— not bad for the guy who sponsored the World Vet Motocross Championship from its inception.

1990
30 …Rex Staten (Hon)
40 …Tom White
50 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.
1991
30 …Rex Staten (Hon)
40 …Alan Olson
50 …Ron Dugan

Having already won the Over-30 Championship back in 1987, Gary Jones moved to the Over-40 class in 1992. He would go on to win World Vet Championships in the Over-30, Over-40, Over-50 and Over-60 classes. Gary currently has eight World Vet titles in four different age categories.

1992
30 …Rex Staten (Kaw)
40 …Gary Jones
50 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.

Doug Dubach won his first World Vet Championship in 1993 and his 26th in 2017.

1993
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Gary Jones
50 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.

Kent Howerton took the Over-40 World Championship in 1994 and 1995.

1994
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Kent Howerton
50 …Alan Olson
60 …Fred Sessions
1995
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Kent Howerton
50 …Alan Olson
60 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.

Erik Kehoe took the top spot in the Over-30 Pro class at the 1996 World Vet Motocross Championship.

Mike Webb was the surprise winner of the Over-40 class in 1996.

1996
30 …Erik Kehoe (Hon)
40 …Mike Webb
50 …Gary Dogget
60 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.

Alan Olson (right) was not only a 9-time World Vet Champion, but he was also Doug Dubach’s (left) mechanic. They both won their classes in the same year on three occasions. Alan won the Over-40 class five times, the Over-50 class three times and the Over-60 class once.

1997
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Ron Turner
50 …Alan Olson
60 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.
1998
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Ron Turner
50 …Rich Thorwaldson
60 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.
1999
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Ron Turner
50 …Hideaki Suzuki
60 …John Berkezewski
2000
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Pete Murray
50 …Hideaki Suzuki
60 …George Spearing

Jeff Ward clinched his one and only World Vet title in 2001 when he won the Over-40 class.

2001
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Jeff Ward
50 …Ike DeJager
60 …Lars Larsson
70 …Feets Minert

Eyvind Boyesen was the 2002 World Vet Champion in the Over-60 class in 2002.

Andy Jefferson won the Over-40 World Championship in 2002.

2002
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Andy Jefferson
50 …Gary Jones
60 …Eyvind Boyesen
70 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.
2003
30 …Spud Walters (Hon)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Gary Jones
60 …J.N. Roberts
70 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.

Ryan Hughes dominated the World Vet Motocross Championship with wins in 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

2004
30 …Ryan Hughes (Hon)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Gary Jones
60 …Hans Hansson
70 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.
2005
30 …Ryan Hughes (Hon)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Brent Wallingsford
60 …Alan Olson
70 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.

Casey Johnson won his only World Vet title in 2006.

2006
30 …Casey Johnson (Yam)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Kim Houde
60 …Terry Sage
70 …Zoli Berenyi, Sr.

The late Zoli Berenyi, Sr. from Canada won 12 World Vet Championship between 1992 and 2006. Two in the Over-50 class, four in the Over-60 class and five in the Over-70 class. (Above) Zoli and Lars Larsson discuss night life in San Bernardino.

Pete DeGraff is a six-time World Vet Champion with four wins in the Over-50 Class and two in the Over-60 class.

2007
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Pete DeGraff
60 …Bill Maxim
70 …Mike Dobbins

Kyle Lewis won the 2008 Over-30 World title.

One of the six Karsmakers brother won the 2008 Over-40 World Vet Championship. Can you name which one? No, it wasn’t Pierre (front row), it was Toon on the far right of the back row.

2008
30 …Kyle Lewis (Hon)
40 …Eric Sandstrom
50 …Toon Karsmakers
60 …Thorlief Hanssen
70 …Jerry Harpole

Thorlief Hanssen came from Sweden to race the Over-60 class in 2008—he decimated the field and probably could have won the Over-50 class.

2009
30 …Doug Dubach (Yam)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Pete DeGraff
60 …Bill Maxim
70 …Jimmy Redwine

The amazing Feets Minert won the Over-70 Expert for the first time in 2001 and repeated the feat nine years later at the age of 79.

2010
30 …Ryan Hughes (Hon)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Pete DeGraff
60 …Bill Maxim
70 …Feets Minert

Bill Maxim was a three-time Over-60 World Champions in 2007, 2009 and 2010.

Lars Larsson won the Over-60 Championship in 2001, but didn’t win again for the next ten years. Then won back-to-back Over-70 World titles in 2011-2012.

2011
30 …Ryan Hughes (Yam)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Pete DeGraff
60 …Gary Chase
70 …Lars Larsson

Ryan Hughes racked up five Over-30 World Vet Championships from 2004 to 2012.

Pete Murray (right) with Pete DeGraf (left) had won the Over-40 Championship back in 2000, but never managed to win the Over-50 title. Going into the 2012 event he knew that it would be his last chance to win it because Doug Dubach would turn 50 in 2013. Pete pulled it off. And true to his prediction Dubach won the Over-50 class in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017. Kurt Nicoll won it is 2016.

2012
30 …Ryan Hughes (Yam)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Pete Murray
60 …Gary Jones
70 …Lars Larsson

Travis Preston was Yamaha’s inhouse test rider when he swept the 2013 and 2014 Over-30 titles.

2013
30 …Travis Preston (Yam)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Doug Dubach
60 …Gary Jones
70 …Bart Kellogg
2014
30 …Travis Preston (Yam)
40 …Doug Dubach
50 …Doug Dubach
60 …Brent Wallingsford
70 …Gary Chase

Ryan Morais was KTM’s race team test rider when he came out of retirement to win the 2015 Over-30 title.

Don Grahn (86) had to make a last lap pass to win the Over-60 title in 2015.

2015
30 …Ryan Morais (KTM)
40 …Kurt Nicoll
50 …Doug Dubach
60 …Don Grahn
70 …Roque Colman

Kurt Nicoll tried for years to win a World Vet title, but always had crashes or a mechanical problems. Finally, in 2015 he broke the drought to win the Over-40 class and came back in 2016 to win the Over-50 crown.

Jim O’Neal won the Over-70 World Championship in 2016.

2016
30 …Mike Sleeter (KTM)
40 …Daryl Hurley
50 …Kurt Nicoll
60 …Pete DeGraff
70 …Jim O’Neal

Brett Metcalfe was the Over-30 World Champion in 2017. Brett is the defending Champion.

Mike Brown won the Over-40 World Championship and came in second in the Over-30 class behind Metcalfe in 2017.

2017
30 …Brett Metcalfe (Hon)
40 …Mike Brown
50 …Doug Dubach
60 …Pete DeGraff
70 …Steve Machado

2018
30 …Your name here
40 …Your name here
50 …Your name here
60 …Your name here
70 …Your name here

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MXA RACE POSTER UPDATE: WHAT’S ON DECK IN MX

2018 DUBYA WORLD VETERAN MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP ON NOV. 3-4 AT GLEN HELEN
For more information go to www.worldvetmx.com

2018 PARIS SUPERCROSS ON NOVEMBER 17-18
For more info, brush up on your high school French and then go to www.supercrossparis.com

THREE PALMS “MOTO GAMES” ON NOV. 24-25
For more information (although they seemed to have squeezed everything short of “War and Peace” into their poster) go to www.3palmsasp.com

2018 ROBBIE GORDON OFFROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS ON NOV. 30—DEC. 1
$20,000 to the winner of the 450 class and $7500 to the winner of the 250 class. For more info go to www.stadiumsupertrucks.com

THIS WEEKEND’S JAPAN SUPERCROSS CANCELED


Dylan Ferrandis, Malcolm Stewart, Aaron Plessinger, Justin Brayton, Christian Craig, Jimmy Decotis and Weston Peick were all signed up to race the 2018 Japan Supercross, but the race promoters have canceled the event.

2019 MOTOCROSS ACTION 450 SHOOTOUT VIDEO

2019 RACE SCHEDULE: FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T WAIT UNTIL JANUARY

Eli Tomac 2018 MONSTER CUP SUPERCROSS-6945
In 2018 Eli Tomac won over $3.5 million dollars in purse money and bonuses—not counting his big bucks Kawasaki, Oakley and Alpinestars salaries. His tax accountant is warming up his adding machine for the January 5th start of the 2019 Supercross season.

2019 AMA SUPERCROSS SERIES
Jan. 5…………………………….Anaheim, CA
Jan. 12………………………….Glendale, AZ
Jan. 19………………………….Anaheim, CA (3-moto race)
Jan. 26………………………….Oakland, CA
Feb. 2……………………………San Diego, CA
Feb. 9…………………………..Minneapolis, MN
Feb. 16………………………….Arlington, TX
Feb. 23………………………….Detroit, MI (3-moto race)
Mar. 2……………………………Atlanta, GA (250 E/W Shootout)
Mar. 9……………………………Daytona Beach, FL
Mar. 16………………………….Indianapolis, IN
Mar. 23………………………….Seattle, WA
Mar. 30………………………….Houston, TX (3-moto race)
Apr. 6……………………………Nashville, TN
Apr. 13………………………….Denver, CO
Apr. 27………………………….East Rutherford, NJ
May 4……………………………Las Vegas, NV (250 E/W Shootout)

2019 AMA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
May 18……………………Hangtown, CA
May 25.…………………..Glen Helen, CA
June 1..………………….Thunder Valley, CO
June 15..…………………Mt. Morris, PA
June 22.………………….Jacksonville. FL
June 29..…………………Southwick, MA
July 6.…………………….Red Bud, MI​
July 20.…………………..Millville, MN​
July 27.…………………..Washougal, WA
Aug. 10..………………….Unadilla, NY​
Aug. 17..………………….​Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 24.…………………..Crawfordsville, IN

2019 FIM MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 10……………………………TBA
Mar. 24……………………………England
Mar. 31……………………………Holland
Apr. 7……………………………..Italy #1
Apr. 21……………………………Hong Kong
May 1……………………………..Shanghai
May 12……………………………Italy #2
May 26……………………………France
June 9…………………………….Russia
June 16…………………………..Latvia
June 23…………………………..Germany
July 7……………………………..Indonesia #1
July 14……………………………Indonesia #2
July 28……………………………Czech Republic
Aug. 4…………………………….Belgium
Aug. 18…………………………..Switzerland
Aug. 25…………………………..Sweden
Sept. 8……………………………Turkey
Sept. 22………………………….Italy #3

2019 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Sept. 29………………………….Assen, Holland 

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SAVE THE DATE! THE LAST RACES OF THE 2018 MOTOCROSS SEASON

2018 DUBYA WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 3-4…………………..Glen Helen, CA

2018 PARIS SUPERCROSS
Nov. 17-18…………………….Paris, France

2018 THOR MINI OLYMPICS
Nov. 19-24…………..…….Gainesville, FL

2018 DAY IN THE DIRT
Nov. 23-25…………………….Glen Helen, CA

2018 ROBBY GORDON OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP
Dec.1-2………………………..Glen Helen, CA

2018 REM GLEN HELEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 17……………………Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 8……………….……Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 15……………………Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 22……………………Glen Helen, CA
Dec. 29…………..…….…Glen Helen, CA

2018 WORLD OFFROAD CHAMPIONSHIP (WORCS)
Nov. 9-11………………….…..Primm, NV

2018 OLD SCHOOL SCRAMBLES CHAMPIONSHIP
Dec. 9………………………..Glen Helen, CA

2018 ENDUROCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 3……………………………Boise, ID

Photos: Debbi Tamietti, Jon Ortner. Brian Converse, Jody Weisel, Mecums, Travis Fant, Daryl Ecklund, MXA, MXGP

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