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Keith Sayers

FMX Athlete/Entertainer

MotoX athlete and entertainer Keith Sayers, was born and raised in Butte, Montana and was a 3-time Montana State Champion. After wowing race fans between races with daredevil stunts, he tested his new talents further at a home town show and the rest is history. His crowd-pleasing acts of MX defiance have earned him the highest ranks and respect in both the United States and Canada within the FMX industry, including the XGames. Parts Canada, along with Thor and Alpinestars are honored to be on Keith’s team of greats.

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EB Speed - Ethan Barkley

CMDRA- Pro Street Champion

With 17 National Championships in the CMDRA, Ethan Barkley is (possibly) the most winning Canadian motorcycle racer. His trusted turbocharged GSX-R1000 “Eleanor”, under him for many of those Championships, Ethan is becoming a legend in the world of motorcycle drag racing, having dominated the CMDRA Pro Street class since it began. Parts Canada, proudly a partner in his efforts, is looking forward to another of many great racing seasons with Ethan and Eleanor.

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Tomas Casas

Road racing Pro Sport Champion/Superbike Contender

Native to Colombia, Tomas hit the MX track at the age of 4, but Canada had something else in store for him. At 11, road racing was the competition of choice in regional races where Tomas gained experience on a CBR125.  He quickly moved up the ranks to finish 3rd overall in the 2012 Honda CBR 250 class in the Canadian Superbike National Series. In 2013 Tomas took the CBR250 National championship and has continued to raise the bar since. Winning  the 2014 Amateur Sport Bike Champion, 2015 Pro Rookie Of The Year and now the 18-year old earned himself the 2017 Pro Sport Bike Championship on board his Yamaha R6 machinery. Parts Canada and Alpinestars have been incredibly proud to be part of Tomas’ growth in the Canadian Road Racing world, and we look forward to seeing what his skill and determination will bring to the National series again in 2018.

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Tyler Seguin

Flat Track Open Expert Champion

As the youngest rider to win a Pro Canadian National Championship, Tyler Seguin will be attacking the track in 2018 as one of Canada’s top veterans. From Welland, ON, Tyler has been riding the dirt since he was 4, but is letting everyone know he’s still got what it takes to be a champion. Fighting for the #1 plate with support from Parts Canada and Thor, Tyler will be on his game and plans to pin it to win it in 2018.

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Brodie Buchan

Flat Track Expert Open and Expert DTX Champion

Leamington, Ontario native, Brodie Buchan, began his Flat Track career in 2010 under the wing of close friend and pro flat tracker, (the late) Jesse Phibbs. Brodie has since earned himself many awards and a couple of championships all before he turned 20, and as he grows, his racing career grows too. In 2018, with support from Parts Canada and Alpinestars, Brodie will be sliding sideways to hold his number 1 plate in the Flat Track Canada championship series.

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Adrian St. Amand

Flat Track 65 cc Champion

After a few years winning regional championships, Burlington, ON native, (12-year old) Adrian St. Amand owned the national tracks in 2017 in the 65cc class and made it look easy as he sealed the deal for the #1 plate. In 2018, along with Parts Canada and Alpinestars, our Parts Canada Youth Ambassador will ride up to the 85cc class. We’re excited to watch what Adrian will do to challenge this class that is stuffed full of talent. His natural skill, mature focus and serious determination to win will keep him up with the competition, making the 85cc class one you won’t want to miss at Flat Track Canada in 2018.

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Craig Latimer

Freestyle Stunt Rider

After spending most of his teenage years racing MotoX in Sydney, NS, Craig bought a street bike and learned quickly that his race skills were useful when applied to freestyle on the street. Not long after, Craig started performing his freestyle stunts across Canada and in the USA. He even went back into competition, only this time on the street bike, and won the Individual Freestyle and Circle Wheelie Challenge at the Canadian Freestyle Motorcycle Championships. Parts Canada along with ICON have been covering Craig’s back (and head) for the past three years and look forward to seeing him at shows and events across the country again in 2018.

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