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Team Riders

Team Riders

Vince Bellai #523


 Photo Credit - Louanne Gautier


D.O.B - May 23rd 1997

Height - 5'8"

Weight - 145 lbs

Hometown - Chelsea Quebec, Canada

Occupation - Student going to school for business & working in construction


Brand - Yamaha 

Model - YZ 250F

Year - 2014

Mechanic - Gary Johnson & My Dad


Track - Muttco Mountain

Magazine - Transworld Motocross

Activity Outside of Racing - Playing with anything that has a motor!


Started Racing - 2013

How Did You Get Into Racing? My buddy asked me one day if I wanted to try racing, so I said of course! I was super excited!

How Did Your First Race Go? Meh, for a kid that was a total goon never knowing anything about racing, a 25th out of 35 finish wasn't too bad. Haha

Highlight Of Career - At Muttco Mountain I had a great start, charged hard and won my moto! Then had the low light of my career; crashed second moto, broke my collarbone, and got air lifted back to Ottawa.

Why Do You Race? I love going fast and pushing myself to be better and become the best I can!



Pierre Mayer #64



D.O.B - August 3rd 1991

Height - 5'11"

Weight - 210 lbs

Hometown - Lac Des Loups Quebec, Canada

Occupation - Carpenter


Brand - Yamaha

Model - YFZ450R

Year - 2014

Mechanic - Myself & Gary Johnson


Track - Summer- XTown, Winter- Every Track haha

Sport Outside of Racing - Baseball/Softball & Soccer

Activity Outside of Racing - Anything I can get a good adrenaline rush from!


Started Racing - 2010 On Ice

How Did You Get Into Racing? Friends saying I should try it!

How Did Your First Race Go? Bad. I hit the snow bank a few times, and then blew my motor the same day. 

Why Do You Race? The rush of 15+ bikes on the gate, waiting for the start is what gets me going every time. And I do it for the fun of it! 



William "Duck" Lloyd #397

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D.O.B - 

Height - 6'0"

Weight - 180 lbs

Hometown - Bedford Virginia, USA

Occupation - Lloyd Concrete (Family Owned Concrete Business)


Brand - Honda

Model - TRX 450

Year - 2009

Mechanic - My Dad, Steve Lloyd


Magazine - Dirt Wheels

Sport Outside of Racing - Football

Activity Outside of Racing - Crossfit, Hunting, Fishing, Snowboarding, Mtn. Biking, & Wakeboarding


Started Racing - I started racing when I was 9 years old on dirt bikes and then started racing quads after that.

How Did You Get Into Racing? I grew up on a farm where we always had four-wheelers and dirt bikes to ride. I decided to try out racing at a local track in Virginia and love it.

How Did Your First Race Go? Im sure I looked like a goon my first race! I thought it was so fun so I kept racing and decided to pursue it as a career. I've come a long way since then! 

Highlight of Career? I was winning both the GNCC Series and National Motocross Series in 2013 until I broke both ankles.

Why Do You Race? I just love racing anything! But quads the most. I guess it's the adrenaline rush of the sport that I like so much. Waking up at the track surrounded by people who have the same passion as me makes it so worth it. To be able to have your family and friends there camping out, grilling out, and watching makes it even better!



William "Whip" King #160

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D.O.B - January 31 1990

Height - 6'0"

Weight - 160 lbs

Hometown - Brussels Ontario, Canada

Occupation - Bull Hauler 


Brand - Polaris

Model - 600 IQR

Year - 2015

Mechanic - Myself


Track - Chicopee


Started Racing - 2013

How Did You Get Into Racing? After racing motocross growing up; one day decided I wanted to race sleds. So bought a race sled and went to a local race in Kitchener, Ontario. 

How Did Your First Race Go? I finshed mid pack, and had more fun than I ever imagined!

Highlight of Career? Second overall in sport vet last year

Why Do You Race? I race because I love the competition, the challenge and drive to become faster. I have made a lot of friends racing and really admire how most fellow racers will go out of their way to help you out and make sure you are able to race. Once you start racing it's very hard to quit, it's a hell of an addiction.



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