Race Number: 729
Type of Sled: 2019 SKI DOO 600RS
Years Racing: 16
Goals: Get out there and have Fun!
Sanctioning Body: CSRA / ISOC
Why I Race: For fun and to hang out with my teamates and Dad
2018 – 6th Pro Snowcross
2018 – Competed at Red Bull Sledhammers
2017 – 4th Pro lite
2016 – 5th Pro Lite
2015 – 3rd Sport 500
2014 – Placed on Podium every weekend I raced
2013 – Junior F2 Champion, 2nd Junior 2 & 3rd Junior 1
2012 – Novice 2 Champion
2011 – 4th Novice B
2010 – 2nd Novice B & Novice 1
2009 – Novice A Champion
2008 – 120cc Mod Champion, 2nd Novice A
2007 – 120cc Champion
Race number: 53
Class: Snow Bike
Bike: 2019 Husky FC450 & Yeti 120SS kit
Years racing: 8
Goals: To be in championship contention
Sanctioning body: CSRA/ISOC
Why I race: I enjoy the trill of competition, pushing myself to become a better racer and have fun riding.
Accomplishments: 2018 – CSRA Snowbike Champion
2018 – Finished 9th at Winter X Games
2014-2nd Sport 600 2016-3rd Pro lite 2017-8th Pro open 2017-25th overall MX1 National
Quote: I am super excited for this opportunity to be joining the Bailey Motorsports team. I’m really looking forward to start riding and getting ready for the upcoming season!
Race Number: 500
Class: Junior 1 and Junior Girls
Type of Sled: 2019 Ski Doo 600RS
Years Racing: 8
Goals: For 2019 I look retain my Junior Girls title and have the overall goal of racing Pro/Am Women in the future.
Sanctioning Body: CSRA / ISOC
Why I Race: I am a very competitive person and Snowcross is really fun.
2018 – Junior Girls Champion
2017-Transition Girls Champion, Transition and Novice B 5th
2016- Transition Girls Champion, Transition 7th
2015- Novice Girls 2nd, Novice 250 3rd, Novice A 6th
2010-2014 Worked up the ranks starting with stock 120, and enjoyed multiple podiums on the way
What is your sport? Snowcross / Motocross
Your sled of choice? 2017 Ski Doo 600RS
Share your greatest accomplishment thus far in yoursport? I think my greatest accomplishment thus far was last season! I learned I could run up front and compete with some of top riders in my classes!
Goals for the upcoming season? My goals this coming season are of a course to try and win but also have fun trying!
How old were you when you started riding? I was about 3 years old when I started riding.
Home town: Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Canada
Main Sled: 2016 skidoo 600rs Mod
Favourite riding spots: Whistler BC, Skagway AK, Revelstoke BC
Films: Slednecks 18, 19 and 20 (currently filming), 509 volume 12.
Years Riding : 16
Goals: Get a invite to Winter X Games, get backflips dialled, learn some flips tricks, send it in the backcountry this season and put together some dope segments for Slednecks 20 and 509 volume 12.
Why I Ride: it’s the same reason why I fly. Cause it’s in my blood. It’s the way I live my life. Its the reason I get up in the morning – the adrenaline rush, the thrill of it and pushing the limits of my self and machine. At the end of the day it’s rewarding.
Achievements: signing with Bailey Motorsports, Slednecks and 509
Race Number: 29
Years Racing: Retired
Goals: Continue to build upon our success
Sanctioning Body: CSRA/ISOC
Outlook: Lood forward to working with our riders, lead mechaincs and marketing partners.
2019 – Team of the Year Award.
2018 – Sadly retired
2107 – 2nd Pro Snowbike
2016 – 1st Pro Master & Sport Master, 2nd Pro Vet
2015 – 2nd Pro Vet, Pro Masters
2014 – Pro Vet Champion, 2nd Pro & Sport Master
2013 – 2nd Sport Master, 3rd Pro Master
2012 – Sport Master Champion, Pro Master 2nd place
2011 – Sport Master Champion, 2nd Pro Vet & Pro Master classes
Central Marine / The Compound
Glen has been with the team for 8 years. Lead mechanice for Ryan Hunt. He brings the team his
mechanical knowledge and a love of racing that started in the mid ’80’s when he raced motorcycles on dirt and ice.
A successful Marine business owner in Muskoka, and the now famous winter snowcross training facility, The Compound.
Glen has the ideal shop location, in Bracebridge, Ont where he tends to our equipment mid week and we have our private test track also at The Compound
Derek joined the team in 2015 to run our Pro Open program and work with Ståle Eggen and
Mitch King. With several years of experience, Derek quickly made an impact.
As owner of Flybyu Motorsports, Derek also manages a successful business, now working with Yeti and Camso snowbike kits.
Derek now leads our Snowbike program, helping the team capture the first two Championships in the the new class in the CSRA.
Doug is the guy who introduced me to the sport of-Snowcross back in 2000. Back then Doug and I shared his 1999 Ski Doo 440. Doug ran the Masters class for a few years, placing 1st or 2nd for three years in a row.
Doug (Pit Boss) Hass has been an important member of our team ever since. Now in charge of everything that happens once the riders enter the RV to fill up on energy, he is well known for his BBQ talents and is always there to lend a hand in the pits to our riders. Its has been several years since Doug retired from Ice Oval racing. Back in the day he won several race events and championships. Riding Ski Doo for years, Doug and his brother Don were a team the factory riders worried about every weekend.
Troy Started racing snowcross in 1997, working his way up the ranks over the seasons with numerous class and division championships to eventually race the Pro classes in 2002 and 2003. Troy took a brief leave from racing just until his oldest daughter found her love of snowmobiles at the age of 4 and was drawn back to the track in a different role.
Troy works on the technical aspects of the Junior division of the team. With over 22 years of mechanical experience as a technician he ensures the snowmobiles are race ready. In addition the track experience he gained in his years of racing, has enabled him to share his knowledge and strategy with the racers.
Heather has been involved with the Bailey Team PR for three seasons now and just loves doing promotions for the team. When not busy with her two boys and their busy lives, she also works in landscape design and as a parks technician.