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The Final Hurrah (Meeting & Prize-Giving) was a fitting end to a fantastic 10 years of VINTAGE MOTOCROSS RACING. Andy Christie had somehow managed to secure a superb venue at the end of the Makirikiri Valley road at Robbie & Karyn Cummins property, Those smiles on everybody’s face in the group photo carried on thru out the day and even a patch of rain couldn’t dampen their enthusiasm. There was … Read More….
Kiwi Vintage Motocross is up and running and and is proud to present the milestone 10th Anniversary Series for 2012-2013 in association with Auto Flight NZ. This will not be the only milestone as this years series will include a bonus 6th Round which will bring the total to 50 Rnds of racing under the Mr Vintage Motocross banner ! The format for this year will be as follows.. Eastbay Engineering … Read More….
The KEOWN HONDA Mr VMX Series 9 – Rnd 5 Final & prizegiving proved to be a fitting end to another outstanding vintage motocross race series. Some exciting racing was seen on the open and flowing Wanganui venue. The Series prizegiving that followed was the opportunity to recognise the winners, contributors and ’Good Bastards’ of this sport and the ‘VMX family’.
Kiwi Vintage Motocross would like to thank the following sponsors who have helped to make this Series possible:
Tricky Dicky Racing – Steve Gallichan
Hamco Industries - Craig Hambling
Darryl August Motorcycles & Rockoil
Urban Creations – Niven Muir
Coastline Honda – Julie & Ian
Henshaw Signs - Mark Henshaw
Steve Sweeney Racing -Steve Sweeney
Craig Stevens Motorcycles – Craig Stevens
Taupo Towing – Bill Doe
VMX Central – Jo & Owen Kirk
Johnsonville Cycles – Francis Hoen
Vandenberg Shelter Belt Trimming – Richard
Craig Bailey Motorcycles – Craig Bailey
We would as like to make special thanks to some of those behind the scenes people who helped to make this unique Series a success….
Manuwatu VMX – Dave Jamieson & team
Hawkes Bay VMX – Cooch & team
Taupo VMX – Darryl, Bill & team
Taranaki VMX – Steve, Stan & team
Lap Scorers – Debbie Ritchie & co.
Flag Marshals – Tony McCabe & co
Race Starter – Evan ‘Tubby’ Walpole
Media – Robert Cochrane
KVMX helper – Andy Christie
First Aid workers
The “VMX Family” (the competitors)
The final results for Series 9 … Mr VMX Series Points
Points up this soon after an event ??? Can it be ??? Must be the womens touch ! Yes… Thats right… Many thanks to Debbie Ritchie (Neils much better half) for doing such a great job.. For those of you who don’t know, Debbie is probably one of the last professional manual lapscorers left in the country so we are lucky to have her help out (a dying art in the … Read More….
Wanganui’s Wayne Marshall has a garage that would make most men green with envy. The 44-year-old builder, known affectionately by his friends as “Weasel”, has eight motocross bikes stored in his work shed, all of them bright green Kawasaki machines. He’d certainly rate as one of the most loyal Kawasaki men in the country and, of course, his favourite colour is green.
Flying Kiwi with a yellow streakThere’s a yellow streak running down the spine of Yamaha’s Don Jamison. But that doesn’t mean the Kiwi is a coward, far from it. Yellow and Yamaha are one and the same to the 41-year-old self-employed Wanganui painter and that, he explains, is why his garage is overflowing with bright yellow Yamaha motocross bikes, all of the vintage variety. He has just two words to … Read More….