May 8th, 2011 — Another mud race at Mission Raceway. #002
Motocross in the Mud
April 12th, 2009 — Lee Coutts (523) provides a graphic example of why it’s a good idea to get the holeshot at Mission Raceway when it rains. #523
April 12th, 2009 — We all know what the next picture in this sequence will be, don’t we? A very muddy day at Mission Raceway last April. #445
March 7th, 2009 — This stretch of the Bent Spoke Hare Scramble at Herrling Island in known as the highway and for expert riders it was, kind of, but not for everyone else.
March 3rd, 2007 — The check point is so near yet so far away and the only positive being that there are people near by to help pull your stuck bike out from the rut. The Bent Spoke Hare Scramble at Herrling Island, where else. #019
March 16th, 2003 — The Quick Shift Hare Scramble at Herrling Island in a notorious mud bath. In 2003 there was no sure line for the slow or tentative. Full throttle, down the middle, eyes closed, worked as well as riding along the edges.
October 18th, 2009 — Brett Martens’ father makes a slippery exit of the track after getting his son restarted after a spill in the Mission mud. #011
October 21st, 2007 — Finishing a muddy motocross race at Mission is considered a triumph by your friends no matter how you placed. #081
July 13th, 1992 — Laurence St. Pierre never considered himself much of a mud rider but he managed to finish third in this moto and persevered for an overall plus 50 expert class win at this BC oldtimer international motocross race in Mission. #095
July 1992 — Alf Benoit lifts his bike from a rut during the 1992 BC oldtimer international motocross race, one of the worst mud races of all time. You might think a delay like this would mean Alf was done for the day but he actually finished third out of four riders in this moto. #398