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Justin Soule announced today, his first Annual Justin Soule.com “Privateer Outreach” program presented by SHOEI Helmets & JR Publications. Over the next 3 weeks, Justin will be selecting (2) lucky riders to receive a helmet courtesy of SHOEI helmets, along with (5) FREE WORCS entries provided by JR Publications for the 2010 Race Season.
The final race of the WORCS series was held this last weekend in Mesquite, Nv, and it turned out to be an eventful one indeed. The track was super sandy and with no rain it was quite dry too. The WORCS crew did a great job of watering as much as they could but a good start would still be critical with portions of the track being really dusty.
The last round of the WORCS series took place in Mesquite Nevada. It is notorious for it's sand whoops. This year would be no exception. With no rain in the forcast, and temperatures in the 80's, there would be dust and silt. The DT1 air filters would be tested to the limit. A good start would be critical…
With one last WORCS race and Baja Looming on the Horizon, the 24 Hours
of Glen Helen almost seemed like a speed bump on the way to the other
races. What bike to use?, what riders?, was all decided just before
WORCS Racing announced today their 10th Anniversary 2010 schedule tour. WORCS will run the same number of rounds hosting 10 rounds on the Motorcycle side & 9 rounds on the ATV side. New tracks added to the 2010 schedule include…
WORCS Toutle WA race 3 30A from bike spray on Vimeo.
WORCS Race Hollister, Ca. April 19, 2009
Pro riders: Taylor Robert
The fourth round of the WORCS series stopped in at Hollister Hills SVRA. With temperatures reaching into the low 90’s, it was set to be a hot and dusty day. The WORCS crew did a great job of keeping dust to a minimum by watering in areas previousy unreachable. With 30 Pros on the line and a tight twisty course, the start would be crushal. We were finally at full strength as Jamie Lanza was back from his shoulder surgery and fired up to race after a 5 month layoff.
At the start, Jamie shot out in 3rd place. Taylor gated at the edge of the top 10, with Robby mistiming and running 24th. On the 1st lap, Jamie got a little excited and went down twice falling back to 25th…
It’s no great trick to build a fast bike. The trick is to build a bike that allows the rider to perform at his best with the minimum amount of energy expended. Niks Industries, known as a distributor of innovative products, focused on massaging a CRF450R motocrosser into a WORCS racer targeted at fast lap times and that goal of minimal rider (and machine) fatigue.
Its finally set! AP Racing announces partnership with WORCS Offroad racing series, becoming the “official” Racing brake pad of WORCS. “Known for its long grueling rough racing conditions, we chose WORCS from the start.