Tuesday, December 24, 2019

2020 Racing Schedules and Information from Brapp Mag

With the new years racing season right around the corner, we wanted to share the local racing organizations upcoming schedules with links to their websites. You can expect to see Brapp Mag at many of these events in the coming year. Seasons Greetings to all and thanks for reading.


 No matter what discipline you race - you'll be glad you showed up for this race. 

Click Here to get all the details


Check out the rest of the Sprint Cross Country Series (SXCS) at the above link.


Love old bikes - need those hard to find parts?

Check out the PVR Vintage Swap Meet and Bike Show at the York fairgrounds in late January.

Click below the image above for more details.


The 2020 racing season kicks off at Motorama in mid February.

Click Here  for all the details.


Next out of the gate is the AMA District 6 Henrietta Classic Series in early March.

Quad and ATV Racers - Make sure you check out the D6 Ultimate Quad Series.

Flat track racing is alive and well in the region.

D 6 offers a full Harescramble Schedule too!


Click Here  to get details on all AMA D6 events including Harescrambles.


The MDRA kicks off their 16th season in March at Sleepy Hollow MX.

Click Here  for all the details.


The Mid Atlantic Motocross Association (MAMA) has a new home track.

Click Here  to get the scoop.


Pro Ready Racing kicks off their 2020 Schedule at Budds Creek with a LL Qualifier.

Stay up to date @proreadyracing on IG and FB


Click Here   to see the full schedule of Harescramble, Enduro and Dual Sport events from the

East Coast Enduro Association for 2020.


The SRT AMA East Harescramble Championship Series presented by Beta is back in 2020

Click Here  for all the details.


Love to ride and race old bikes then this series is for you.

Click Here  to get more details.

Love to ride off road while helping the cause?


The Central mountains ATV association is 2000 members strong but we need your help.

Consider a membership with us and help open new riding opportunities and 
never ride alone again.

We ride twice a month every month.

Click Here  to get the details and join the club.


Click Here  to join our email list and stay up to date with everything riding in Pa and beyond. 

Friday, November 8, 2019

Motocross 4 Christ Families Both Give and Receive

MX families are great and our camps couldn't be done without all of the wonderful families that come along side of the ministry.

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That being said, MX kids often don't just race dirt bikes. We have kids and siblings that excel at running, soccer, football, swimming and other sports.

Aidan Dickins (far left in pic), one of our fastest mini riders at camp and top ten finisher at Loretta Lynn's, had a great football season as well. The Renegades from Skippers, Virginia won their league championships again this year!

Aidan and his dad Matt have been a blessing to MX4C. Matt is a seasoned excavator / track builder and has been such a asset to our track crew, volunteering countless hours each year.

Another family that we'd like to spotlight is the Weidners. Kevin (dad) and Preston (son) have been coming to camp for years. Preston started as a rider and now as a young adult, he serves as a volunteer, often serving from set-up to tear-down. Kevin is our go to guy for all kinds of tasks, from keeping hydration stations filled up to being one of our onsite EMTs.

This year a few more Weidners where at camp, younger sons Berkley and Steele participated as riders, Nellisa (mom) and Addie (daughter) served as volunteers.

Addie started as a freshman on her high school soccer team at Notre Dame High School in Easton, Pa. The Crusaders went to district championships and we look forward to following Addie and her team in future seasons!

One more family, there are so many of you! The Millers have been constants at camp. Ben Sr. (Dad) serves tirelessly from set-up to tear-dow, Ben Jr. and Jonathan (sons) serve on and off of the track and Emily (daughter) rides, helps out in the kitchen and crafts. Emily is a great rider but is a superstar soccer player too! She plays for multiple travel teams and is often the top scorer.

God gives us all a platform to give Him glory. Sometimes it may be on the podium, sports field or at your workplace. We all need to look for those opportunities to let His light shine through us.

Matthew 5:16 16 

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.

We so appreciate all of our volunteers and families. It is fun to see kids grow up but still stay involved. I know we all get pulled in different directions and we have to prioritize different activities. Thank you for prioritizing MX4C!

Blessings, Jason

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Vintage Bike Show and Swap Meet Coming In January

The Potomac Vintage Riders York Swap Meet and Bike show is only 2 months away, so it’s time to mark those calendars for Sunday January 26th 2020.  

Come experience one of the largest shows of its kind in the entire country. 
Photo: D. Larrabee

The Swap Meet/Bike Show runs from 8 am -3:30 pm.  The move to the larger UTZ Arena at the York, PA Fair allowed us to have the largest crowd ever. Well over 2500 people in its second year. This year we will have 20 more vendor spaces within the swap meet. The event attracts vendors from all over the East coast and Midwest and has grown into one of the biggest Swap Meet/Bike show events of the year.


The “Bike Show” organized by the Nick Taylor and the Broomworks crew attracts over 100 of the finest vintage motorcycles and is a huge crowd pleaser. The show is judged, awards custom trophies and also allows you to select the “People’s Choice Award” for best bike.


We will have the Penton Group (John and Jack) with their display and Terry Cunningham returning again to bench race with and sign autographs.  Terry is a four-time AMA Grand National Enduro Champion, ISDE Gold Medalist and AMA Hall of fame inductee. The Pentons, well they need no introduction.

The “Bike Corral” will showcase the vintage bikes for sale. This area is a great success with easy access and ample room for viewing.   

So whether you’re looking for parts to finish a restoration, a new project to start, finding a finished gem to purchase, or just meet up with old friends, it’s all here under one roof.  You won’t want to miss it!!!!

Vendor spots, bike corral and other event information are available from Tommy Grimmel, PVR President.  

Contact Tommy via email at swapmeet@potomacvintageriders.com

Make sure you check out the Potomac Vintage Riders while there and ask 
them about their upcoming 2020 race schedule.

Click Here  to get more details about the series.


Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Weekend Race Report - 50th Anniversary Blue Gray Race

Last weekend we were back at the legendary Budds Creek MX Park to celebrate the 50th running of the AMA District 7 Blue Gray Motocross Race. The Mid Atlantic Motocross Association (MAMA) who is the sanctioning body for District 7 motocross would be our hosts for the weekend.

The age classes represented well at this years Blue Gray.

Click below to watch our short race recap video then scroll down to see more racing action and find links for photos and results from the event.



Budds Creek is open for practice 7 days a week thru out the winter.

Please follow them on Facebook and Instagram for all the details.

Greg Boutwell was recognized for being a 50 year member of AMA District 7.

Boutwell raced to a 7th overall in the 50 plus division.

The 50th Anniversary Cup will be on display at the Broom Factory in Baltimore, MD.

Mason Naecker was this years recipient of the cup.



Click Here  to learn more and get your BEA Energy Drink


Click Here  to see race results from the weekend.

Click Here  to view and purchase images from the event.

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Click Here  to view more great race coverage from the area.


Monday, October 14, 2019

Weekend Race Report - Crine Classic and SXCS

What a weekend for racing and celebration at the world famous Budds Creek MX Park in Southern, MD. Racers and fans alike converged here to not only race, but to celebrate the life of a great individual who departed this earth way to soon.

Kevin Crine, a former amateur and pro racer grew up in this neck of the woods racing with AMA District 7 and the MAMA Series. Not only was he a talented racer, but a kind and considerate peer who shared his knowledge and love of the sport with everyone that he came in contact with.

Click below to check out a short video race recap - then scroll down to see more action and link to all images from the event.




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Racers loved the Moto GP format the SXCS offered on Saturday.

Jed Haines would earn the Iron Man award completing 28 laps in 2 hours 58 minutes.

CLICK HERE  to learn more about this great mid-atlantic series.

Saturday also offered up a Corn Hole tournament for those in attendance. 

The Crine Family and volunteers wanted to thank all those who came out.

The annual memorial lap saw a great show of support and was led by Greg Duffy 

Nitro Circus stunt man and friend of Kevin Crine.



CLICK HERE  to see the full line of No Reverse gear and apparel. 

Md Native Justin Rodbell  (258) would win the top prize in the

Double - Dash for Cash $574 one of Kevins Pro National Numbers.

CLICK HERE  to stay up to date on everything "Crine Classic" 

CLICK HERE  to see images from the entire weekend.

Please remember that Budds Creek will be offering open practice 
7 days a week all winter long.

Get all the details on their FB and IG pages.


CLICK HERE  to see more great race coverage from the area.


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