2024 Press Releases

Feb 1, 2024 
The January 27-28th weekend marked the first two rounds of the Canadian Snowcross Racing Association (CSRA) 2024 season. The Kawartha Cup, held at the Lindsay Exhibition grounds, is KSR’s hometown race, and one where the team has celebrated many successes over the years. The CSRA crew put significant effort towards making this event happen, with weeks of snowmaking, and countless hours transforming the exhibition grounds into a world class snowcross event. The rain didn’t stop hundreds of riders from gearing up and lining up for the series opener.
Zoe #502 Recap:
With excitement for this upcoming season, Zoe was ready to race this weekend, and race she did! Last year she aged out of the Transition classes where she had been placed since age 9. This year, she moved up to the Junior class, and Pro/Am women on a completely different sled setup.
Zoe reported it was different getting used to her 2024 SkiDoo 600 RS but she was excited for the change. Full Story / Photo Gallery

After a long summer, months of training followed by weeks of prepping my Husqvarna/Yeti bike I was ready for Round 1 of the ISOC Snowbike Triple Crown Championship. Racing took place January 12 & 13 in Shakopee, MN.  
I’m pumped to be back racing for my team Bailey Motorsports on a Yeti SnowMx kit. I’ve had great success with Yeti and glad we were able to work out a program for 2024. The Yeti 120ss is a great platform for the race track. It offers great handling and predictability so I can attack the track and focus on hitting the fast lines!
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Team Profiles

Ryan Hunt
729 Pro

Yanick Boucher
53 Snowbike

Brooklyn Karkoulas
500 Pro Women

Dakota Karkoulas
501 Junior Girls

Zoe Karkoulas
502 Transition Girls

Hailey Belanger
Junior Girls

Stuart Hunt
Team Owner


Glen Goodale

Doug Hass
Pit Boss

Derek Uttley




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