DatesEvent
2019, July 30Open practice
2019, July 30-31, August 1-2National Amateur ECAN - Schedule
Pee-Wee - Schedule

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO CONSULT THE SCHEDULE.

Informations for riders

MONDAY, the site will be open from noon to 10 pm. Due to the great number of RVs on the site, the Fire Department FORBIDS camp fires. Only propane fires for cooking are allowed.

TUESDAY, the site will be open from 7 am to 11 pm. Open practices will happen from 9 am to 3 pm with separated groups.

WEDNESDAY, the site will be open from 6 am to 11 pm. ECAN Competition.

THURSDAY, the site will be open from 6 am to 11 pm. ECAN Competition. Straight Rhythm from 7pm to 8:30pm

FRIDAY, the site will be open from 6 am to 11 pm. ECAN Competition.

SATURDAY, the site will be open from 6 am to 11 pm. ROCKSTAR ENERGY NATIONALS and women’s pro Competitions.

SUNDAY, the site will be open from 6 am to 11 pm. CHALLENGE QUÉBEC / MRC Provincial Competition.

HOURS FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS AND ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTION

Rider’s registrations are on Tuesday evening, from 5 pm to 9 pm, and Wednesday morning from 6:30 to 8:15.

REGISTRATION FOR VETERAN PILOTS WILL BE ON  WEDNESDAY EVENING FROM 6:30 TO 8:15PM, AND THURSDAY MORNING FROM 6H30AM TO 7H30 AM.

Opening ceremonies will be Tuesday evening from 8 pm. Prizes for Yamaha contest, contingencies and trophy with the moto industry people. Registration for the straight rhythm competition will also be that night.

MANDATORY PILOTES MEETING will stand Wednesday morning at 8:15 am, just behind the starting grid.

On Thursday night from 7 pm to 8:30 pm, the straight rhythm competition will take place. Trophies and awards will stand on Friday night from 7pm. The evening will close with the awarding of the trophy “Courage Fred Laflamme”. Note that all pro riders who won’t be in the top 20 in MX1 or in the top 10 in MX2 from the national ranking, will be allowed to participate to the Grand National Amateur Motovan.

The best amateur pilots from Canada will be present during these 4 days of competition. This event is getting more and more prestigious with the arrival of many pilots from the Maritimes and from the Ontario. All people from the motocross industry will also be present with as a main objective of encouraging pilots and eventually to discover the futur JSR and Marco Dubé. The best professional pilots in women in Canada will face each other on Saturday. The best Canadian professional pilots in women will compete on Saturday. The registration fee is 60$ for the main track and 40$ for the pee-wee’s track.

Yamaha Factory Ride Award

Returns for 2019 Canadian MX season

Yamaha Motor Canada is pleased to announce the continuation of its popular bLU cRU Factory Ride Award program for the 2019 outdoor motocross season. This unique award gives amateur racers the chance to win complimentary use of a YZ motorcycle for the following race season, in addition to a $2,500 Yamaha parts credit and a custom graphics kit.

The 2019 bLU cRU Factory Ride Award will be presented to the Yamaha rider with the most cumulative points at each of the country’s three biggest amateur motocross events: the Western Canadian Amateur National (WCAN) in Kamloops, BC (June 27-30), the Eastern Canadian Amateur National (ECAN) in Deschambault, QC (July 31-Aug. 2), and the Walton TransCan Grand National Championship in Walton, ON (August 13-16).

“It feels good to continue giving back to amateur racers and their families through this award,” said Graeme Jones, marketing coordinator at Yamaha Motor Canada. “With three awards spread across Canada this year, young riders everywhere have a shot at becoming part of the bLU cRU and getting that ‘factory’ experience. We’re excited to see who will win this year and who’s destined to join our Pro teams in the future.”

How Do You Win?
The bLU cRU Factory Ride Award will be presented to the Yamaha rider with the most cumulative points at each of the aforementioned events. Racers may enter as many classes as they wish in order to increase their chances.

The Rules:

  • Contest open only to amateur Yamaha riders.
  • Rider must be a resident of Canada.
  • Yamaha unit must be purchased in Canada. A maximum of (2) units can be used at any single event.
  • Rider cannot be an employee of Yamaha Motor Canada or one of its dealerships.
  • Winner is only eligible for one prize (cannot win at multiple events).
  • Winner must commit to racing on Yamaha product for the 2020 season before prize will be awarded.

SPECIAL TROPHES

Trophy « JSR » (Jean-Sébastien-Roy): the trophy « JSR » has been created to honor our best Quebecois rider who has become a real source of motivation for our youth. JSR will be on site during the GRAND NATIONAL AMATEUR MOTOVAN to determine who will be the young who will have given the best performance in the JUNIOR MX3 class. Gagnants: Andrew Delormier 2012 Alex Jeffrey 2013 Tanner Ward 2014 Ève Brodeur 2015 Trophy « Courage » (Fred Laflamme): Fred passed away on december 23 2012 , the trophy "Courage" will be awarded to the superminis of the GRAND NATIONAL AMATEUR to the young who will show courage, determination and who never gives up, like Fred would have done it. Gagnants: William Crête 2013 Raphaël Lemieux 2014 Tristan Parent en 2015.