1975-02-05
Vol. 3  Issue 4 
   

Moreno Valley MX at De Anza Cycle Park

January 25th 1975

The 125's ran with the 250's this week at De Anza, and with the new hairpin section just before the drop-off there was a wide variety of styles as the smaller bikes tried to pick up time on some of the bigger ones.  Read More... 


Saturday Saddleback Motocross Racing

January 25th 1975

I guess that everyone was kind of hot and bothered today.  Read More... 


CMC-MX at Carlsbad Raceway

January 26th 1975

Today seemed to be a good turnout for CMC.  Read More... 


De Anza Cycle Park

January 26th 1975

Jeff Wright, Andy Baines

The $600.  Read More... 


CRC-MX District 37 MX at Rawhide Park

January 26th 1975

CRC hosted a fine crowd for District 37 motocrossers this weekend with thrilling .  Read More... 


CMC-MX at Indian Dunes Park

January 26th 1975

Rufus Kerr, Willy Harper, Rick Salmon

CMC is returning to Indian Dunes this new year with their new plan of running races every fourth Sunday of the month.  Read More... 


High School Motocross at Ascot Park

January 25th 1975

The first high school motocross Super Bowl qualifier was held last Saturday at Ascot Park, as over 80 high school riders competed under the Scholastic Association of Motorsports.  Read More... 


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RTMC-MX at Carlsbad Raceway

January 18th 1975



For some reason or another, I could search far and wide and still not find out why, I've picked up the flu.  Read More... 


West, DeSoto, Lunde Take $500 Home From 4-Corners T.M.R.C. MX at Four Corners Cycle Park Part 1

January 26th 1975

Kenny Zahrt, Nils Arne Nilsson

In these times of tight money, men will do quite a bit to get some of the long green stuff.  Read More... 


Good Crowd Comes to Watch Pros T.M.R.C. MX at Four Corners Cycle Park Part 2

January 26th 1975

Kenny Zahrt, Mike Stearns

The second moto was looking like it was going to be another wheel-to-wheel battle when DeSoto and Zahrt jumped out away from the start, but after John got a clean lead, Kenny couldn't keep up.  Read More... 


CMC-MX at Irwindale Raceway

January 24th 1975

Willy Harper

Tonight, as is normal procedure, the track was watered after the last practice session.  Read More... 


CMC-MX at Carlsbad Raceway

January 26th 1975

During this time of year, many strange, weird, odd, and peculiar things begin to happen.  Read More... 


West, DeSoto, Lunde Take $500 Home From 4-Corners T.M.R.C. MX at Four Corners Cycle Park Part 1



Zahrt also rode a Yamaha mono-shock in the 500 Pro race. Here he gets passed by an unidentified Husky rider. Nils Arne Nilsson brings up the rear, also on a Husky. Wright photo.

T.M.R.C. at Four Corners Cycle Park
Sunday January 26, 1975
By: Scott
 Heidbrink

In these times of tight money, men will do quite a bit to get some of the long green stuff. A good crowd of Pro riders did just that as they drove to Four Comers to race with Track Masters in their $3,000 purse motocross. After a three hour drive down to the track, we wheeled in just in time to see the 125 Pro class blast off the line. There were very few Pros that thought they were good enough to come down and go for the money, but those that did walked away a lot richer. Read More... 


Good Crowd Comes to Watch Pros T.M.R.C. MX at Four Corners Cycle Park Part 2



In the first moto. Kenny Zahrt had his hands full trying td'pass Mike Stearns on his Mon shock Yamaha. Zahrt got by and went on to win this moto, but could only get second overall for his day's work. Heidbrink photo.

T.M.R.C. at Four Corners Cycle Park
Sunday January 26, 1975
By: Scott
 Heidbrink

The second moto was looking like it was going to be another wheel-to-wheel battle when DeSoto and Zahrt jumped out away from the start, but after John got a clean lead, Kenny couldn't keep up. Zahrt was riding his brother's bike, and according to his father, if Kenny had pushed John for the lead, the odds were good that the lower end would let go and Kenny would finish out of the money. So Zahrt just cruised in for second place. Read More...