April 14, 2017
Bailey Motorsports is pleased to announce our newest team member, freestyle and backcountry snowmobile rider Dave England.
Dave is a extreme sports enthusiast and recognized internationally in the snowmobile industry. Dave has an extensive background in snowmobiling; in snocross, freestyle and backcountry. Dave grew up racing snocross which had a huge impact on kick starting his sledding career., while riding FMX in the off season has also helped to keep him on top of his game. Dave spends most of his winters in BC where he has been filming with Slednecks for the past 3 years. This season Dave has also signed with 509 films and is currently working on a segment for volume 12. Dave is a recognized pilot in the north and a aviation enthusiasts. In the off season you’ll find him at his lake side home in Yellowknife where he flys his 1952 Cessna 170B floatplane.
Dave will assist us with our Brand promotion and sponsor recognition using social media and exposure in snowmobile films, enhancing our reach and building upon growing success
Instagram : @dave_england_
Apr 7, 2017
Bailey Motorsports Season Finale at Horseshoe Valley
The final event of the season took place at Horseshoe Valley Ski Resort in Craighurst, Ont. The weather thankfully changed from the rainy, overcast day on Friday to bright blue skies on both Saturday and Sunday with temps well above zero making the snow soft and track rough and challenging all weekend long.
Mar 29, 2017
Podium filled weekend for our riders again this past weekend in Kitchener.
Mother Nature did her best to dampen the conditions all weekend but thankfully the threat of rain was only just that, a threat. The track design and layout was great, riders were challenged with a long uphill start, followed by massive jumps, whoops, a downhill section, more jumps and a long rhythm section to the checkers making it the longest track of the season.
Mar 9, 2017
Bailey Riders on the Top of the Podium 6 times in Timmins
After weeks of record breaking mild temperatures, we arrived in Timmins for the Eclipse Financial Snowcross Pro Challenge. We woke up to a -35 degree day on Saturday, thankfully the sun was out and temps steadily rose to -14 by mid-afternoon.
729 Pro Lite
18 Pro Open
Isaac St. Onge