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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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Gavin Sayers

FMX & MX Athlete/Entertainer

Following in his dad Keith’s footsteps, Gavin is the youngest Parts Canada sponsored rider and represents youth riders everywhere as Parts Canada’s Youth Ambassador and  is looking to develop his riding abilities in MotoX and Freestyle MX. Gavin sets himself apart with his unique personality and is sure to make a splash wherever he goes. We can’t wait to see how Gavin grows in 2019.

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Kassie Boone

FMX Athlete/Entertainer

Kassie is shaking up the industry being the one of few female FMX riders in Canada. Kassie has a long history with riding, going back to the age of five. Growing up with a freestyle mentality with her father and brother, FMX is in her blood. Now breaking into the spot light representing female riders everywhere, she is coming off a tour in South America we are super excited to see what Kassie will do next.

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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 and 2018 Pro Sport Bike Championship on board his Yamaha machine. 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 2019.

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Trevor Daley

Road racing Pro Superbike rider

Born in Streetsville, Ontario, Trevor has been racing since 1996 and in 2011, Trevor made the switch from racing on four wheels to two. He Quickly adapted to two, winning the Canadian National AM Superbike Championship in 2012 and after moving onto Pro Superbike in 2013 he won three “pro rookie of the race” awards. More recently, Trevor took home fourth overall in the Canadian National Superbike Championship Pro class in 2018 and this season will be on a new Suzuki GSX-R1000RR. We’re really looking forward to see what he can do in 2019.

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Ethan Barkley

CMDRA Pro Street

With 18 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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Al Miles

CMDRA Pro Drag

Al “Hi-Per” Miles has been a fierce competitor in the CMDRA Pro Drag class for many years. Winning multiple championships and setting a record in Pro Drag 1/8 mile record in 2013, he has a well known history in the sport. In 2013 he was the recipient of the CMDRA Dennis Mark Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement. Looking to bring that success back in the 2019 season Al “Hi-Per” Miles will be a racer to watch. Parts Canada is proud to support Al push his bike and himself to new heights in 2019.

 

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Tyler Seguin

Flat Track Open Expert

As the youngest rider to win a Pro Canadian National Championship in 2017, Tyler Seguin will be attacking the track in 2019 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 2019.

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