Rally connex team
lee martinLee Martin, age 43, with over 30 years riding experience. [more]
laura penwellLaura Penwell Member of the Rally Connex team for the past 5 years, Laura has shown... [more]
Kevin BurnettKevin Burnett is an experienced rider all sizes of bikes, preferring those that are off-road [more]
kevin wrightKevin Wright was a late bloomer and began his riding career in 1986 on a Honda XL250R [more]
Harry RinsmaHarry Rinsma was a new addition to the Rally Connex team in 2014.[more]
Paul HopkinsonPaul (Hoppy) Hopkinson’s is the newest member of the Rally Connex team.. [more]
Paul WrightPaul is our second edition to ATV support with Rally Connex. [more]
james simzerJames began riding at an early age in a 150 acre maple forest. [more]
Phil jeanPhil has many years experience on motorcycles off road and on road. [more]
JUan Carlos AtuestaJuan has been riding Dirtbikes since he was 16 years old. [more]
Tyler SaundersTyler is a highly motivated enduro rider.
ANDREW BEANAndrew grew up in northern Ontario and began riding dirt bikes at the age of 14 on a 1978 XL250.
TEAM RC TAKES ON ROMANIACS
MX & OFF ROAD. Story by Lee Martin
For the record, I’m most definitely not a pro level rider, but every once in a while my eyes are bigger than my stomach, if you know what I mean. This all started two years ago while training with Chris Birch (2010 Winner of Red Bull Romaniacs). I asked Chris, do you think I’m ready for Romaniacs? And in classic Chris Birch Form he replied, “Ya Sure Bro”. That was motivation enough to get myself pumped up and prepared for the challenge ahead. I knew that I wasn’t going to be able to do this alone, so I had to find some teammates. I chose to go with James Simzer and Juan Atuesta, fellow Rally Connex Riders. Unfortunately James had to bail due to personal issues and was replaced with Mike Bruggemann. I didn’t know much about him but was told by friends that he was a decent rider.To read the rest of this story pick up a copy of MX & OFF ROAD
Dacre dual sport challenge
Traction eRag Story CLICK HERE PAGE 20
Dacre dual sport challenge
Traction eRag Story (FOLLOW UP)
CLICK HERE PAGE 82
[ 21 SEPT, 2012 ]
At Rally Connex, there are ladies dedicated to making your event a memorable one. Unlike the bike shows, and other motorcycle events, these ladies do not sport bikinis and sprawl across the bikes in provocative poses. At Rally Connex these ladies have a much more constructive role in making your event an enjoyable one. Not only are they your own personal cheering section, they run all of the logistics for the events from arranging venues and services, registration, sign in, refreshments, supplies, rider information, and rentals.
On top of that, you probably would not have heard of the event without their work on the website, flyers, bike shows and posters.
Once you are at the event they will even help you get your bike fixed and out on the trail again if unfortunate circumstances should occur. If fixing the bike is not an option they will rescue you and your bike and either return to the start of continue along the support route.
And... The hugs are a bonus.
The event would not run without them.