Pre-season interview with Ryan SimonsMarch 20, 2015SnoRiders chats with cross-country snowmobile racer and X Games gold medallist Ryan Simons. by Kirsten ArmlederPublished August 2015(Original Article posted here)Alberta's Ryan Simons is no stranger to the world of snowmobile racing. In fact, he?s been at it for so long that he sometimes forgets all the events he's won. The 33-year-old from Camrose has been competing since he was 17. In the early days of his career, Simons was a top contender on the U.S. national snocross league, but after years of bending bars with the best in the business, Simons turned his attention to the nation's professional cross-country circuit. Since then, he's tackled some of the longest and toughest races in the world, such as the I-500 in Michigan and the Iron Dog in Alaska.In a recent interview, Simons told SnoRiders what he?ll be up to this winter.
Christian Podiums At Michigan; CBR Riders Compete At Iron Dog, Cross-CountryMarch 05, 2015Fertile, Minn. (March 5, 2015) - Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, played host to Rounds 13 and 14 on the snocross national calendar. Situated smack dab in the middle of the Michigan's Lower Peninsula, Mt. Pleasant featured one of the most challenging tracks the riders have faced so far this season. The penultimate event of the season, the races at Mt. Pleasant were critical for the riders in season points.
Christian Lands Podium Finish In Chicago; CBR Riders Start Iron Dog, Race EnduroFebruary 23, 2015Fertile, Minn. (February 23, 2015) - Route 66 Speedway in Joliet, Illinois, played host to Rounds 11 and 12 on the ISOC Snocross National calendar. Nestled between the massive grandstands of the speedway, Christian Brothers Racing riders Logan Christian, Dave Joanis and Tyler Adams were greeted by one of the longest and most challenging tracks so far this season.