Champions Return To Glen Helen!


albeeGlen Helen press release: Following immediately on the heels of former MXGP racer Josh Coppins, Daryl Hurley, Daryll King, Kurt Nicoll and Javier Garcia Vico signing up for the World Vet Motoctoss Championship, World and AMA National Champion Greg Albertyn will be joining in the fun on Nov. 5-6. For more info go t0


Welcome World Vet MX Racers and Supporters!


 A warm welcome to the many vet racers, families, and supporters that have made the 21st annual White Brothers World Vet MX Championship’s possible. We never dreamed that an event started in 1985 would attract almost 1000 entries from 20 countries. I’m very proud of this event and the commitment you have made to the growth of vet motocross in America.  It has been a fantastic year for American motocross! Special recognition must go to Ricky Carmichael, who once again showed the world that he is the “Best Ever.” Ryan Hughes will be back to defend his 2004 Vet World Championship in what may be his last motocross appearance. As most of you know, Ryno has decided to move on with his racing career and will now be Team Suzuki Off-road’s newest team member. Hughes will definitely have his hands full with a host of challengers that includes 10-time Vet World Champion Doug Dubach. Last years Edison Dye MX Lifetime Achievement Award winner and 40 Pro Class Champion, Jeff Ward will also be back to defend his title and compete on Sunday against Hughes and Dubach. Please stop by the White Brothers display and check out the many new and innovative products including the new Alloy and Carbon Pro Exhausts. Both the Yamaha and Honda Factory Race Teams ran the White Brothers Carbon Pro exhausts throughout the 2005 season. Pretty cool! Also, check out the 2006 Alloy Gear on display and in stock at White Brothers. Please remember White Brothers and all of the fine sponsors that have stepped up to make the 21st Annual World Vet MX possible when you make your motorcycling purchases.  

In another part of this program is an advertisement for my new passion, “The Early Years  of MX Museum.” Please visit the display promoting my museum located behind the  grandstands and plan to visit my museum in 2006. I promise you, “If you like motocross and classic motorcycles, you’ll love my museum.”  This year’s recipient of the M. Edison Dye MX Lifetime Achievement Award is Stu Peter’s, the founder of CMC. Stu will be joined in the presentation by Vic Wilson (the founder of Saddleback Park), Larry Grismer (founder of Carlsbad Raceway), Marty Tripes (former Factory Superstar), and Mike Tripes, the only 3-time CMC champion in 125, 250, and 500 classes. The presentation will take place at 12:30PM on Sunday in front of the main grandstands. Do me a personal favor and take a seat in the grandstands for this presentation. We have worked hard to assure an interesting and informative presentation that will last about 20 minutes.  As many of you know, Jody Weisel (Editor of MX Action Magazine) has designed the racetrack for every Glen Helen National since 1995. This year, Jody has stepped in to  design the course for our event. I’m sure you will find the track technical, demanding,  yet Vet-friendly. The local’s advantage will be nil, as Friday’s practice will be the vet riders first time on this new track that runs in the reverse direction from past years.

Best of luck, ride safe, and LET’S GO RACING! 

Tom White

Founder, White Brothers


Corduroy Enduro....River Crossing

River crossings - you either love ‘em or hate ‘em. Canada’s Corduroy Enduro has plenty of the mudguard-deep water stuff and there’s a very high chance you’ll get more than just your feet wet!



Donner Hare Scramble 2016 "Carnage!"

Here it is! The brutal, mind and physical strength testing, CARNAGE filled, 2016 Donner Hare Scramble! Promoted by, Brian Garrahan and Garrahan Off Road Training. If you missed this year we will see you next year! Big things in the works for 2017! (ALSO if you didn't see yourself in this edit, don't worry because we are going to be producing a 20 minute long video with a lil bit of everyone which will be available for purchase on iTunes or dvd through Cuyler Ruskin!)
Film / Edit by: Cuyler Ruskin (
Drone Footage Provided by: John Murrieta (M&M Concrete Pumping)



Watch 5 Epic Moments From Red Bull Straight Rhythm

POMONA, Calif. — The approach to Red Bull Straight Rhythm is always loaded with question marks. It sits right in the middle of the AMA offseason, when riders are changing things up and prepping for next year. It also happens to be a race completely unlike anything else in professional motocross.

In 2016, the questions only continued to circle the event, with the inclusion of the Alta Motors electric bike and, of course, the news that Ronnie Mac was coming in. But after an incredible night in Pomona, we were left with more than one moment that will live in motocross history. Check out the five greatest moments of Red Bull Straight Rhythm 2016 in the video above, and keep an eye out for more goodies from the most exciting RBSR in history.


2016 MSR J Day Offroad Series RD. 11: Spectro Red Fern GP

Anyone think two strokes are dead. Watch this!


Ryan Dungey 2016 Championship: Chasing the Dream - Xtra 

Monster Energy® AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, is the premier off-road motorcycle racing circuit in the world, produced inside the world's most elite stadiums. Monster Energy® Supercross tracks are man-made inside the stadium. Some of the sport's marquee names include Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, Trey Canard, Jason Anderson, Chad Reed, David Millsaps and former supercross greats Jeremy McGrath and Ricky Carmichael. Regarded as the king of action sports, supercross has been described as one of the most physically demanding sports.


Catch Up - Taylor Robert ISDE Champion

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Catching up with Taylor Robert, the man who won the ISDE…

Congratulations Taylor, how does it feel to be ISDE individual and team champion?

Taylor Robert: “It’s wild. It’s huge really. To get both done in the same year is crazy. It’s been such an intense week, I’m happy for myself but also for the team. There’s a lot going on right now!”

How were the stress levels coming into day six?

“Ah man, I was so stressed out, both for the team’s result and myself. It’s so easy for something to go wrong. I was just trying to keep focused and hold everything together.”

What’s it like to be on the winning team?

“Everyone is on cloud nine right now. We’re on a wave of happiness, relief, tiredness and celebration. We’ve had an amazing week. The team rode great all week. Granted we all made mistakes, got banged up bikes and bodies - everyone goes through that in the Six Days. But we never stopped putting out best effort in to get the job done and now finally we’ve won the thing!”

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Aside from winning, what's been the highlight of your week in Spain?

“I won day three but I feel like day four was the most pivotal in winning the event outright. I crashed on the first test of the morning and lost a bunch of time. And then I spent the rest of the day trying to recover from that but also managed to gain time on Daniel Sanders too. I went from a two second lead to 26 second lead, which was a big confidence boost for me for sure.”

Did that recovery give you a feeling that you could go on and win the thing?

“Definitely. Once I got through that it changed my mind set and I felt that the end was in sight and I could make it. It was a bit of a game changer for me.”

Now your sixth ISDE, how has Spain compared to the rest?

“It’s probably been the most varied by far. Days one and two were so dry and dusty but then when the rain came conditions were so muddy and slippery. Then things dried out again and were really tacky. There was a big variety for sure. The transfers were fairly simple, easier than world championship stuff, but the enduro tests were really technical.”

Do you feel your year in Europe racing EnduroGP helped at the ISDE?

“Yeah I definitely feel it’s paid off here. I just felt so more in tune with things. But I was a bit bummed on my EnduroGP campaign. I had some highs but some lows too. But it was all added experience for an event like this. The enduro test on days three and four was one of the toughest I’ve ever raced but I knew how to ride it fast and not fall over and that came from EnduroGP.”


History of World Vet Championship

In this episode of Glen Helen's "Feel The Speed" We talk all about the Dubya World Vet Nationals Happening on Nov 5-6, 2016. Guests Tom White and Doug Dubach Talk Edsion Dye Award and the History of the World Vets.


Red Bull.....On The Beach!