Kyle regal on 2 stroke in canada

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"Two Srokes are the new Black"


When they are not banned from the class. Laughing
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Lot's more pictures of Regal ripping in the link above.

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7/7/2015 9:23am
Ramrod wrote:
Here is a picture of him from practicing yesterday at Gopher Dunes courtesy of the fine folks @ http://www.directmotocross.com/a-few-photos-from-monday-practice-at-gopher-dunes/ [img]http://www.directmotocross.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/IMG_6282.jpg[/img]
Here is a picture of him from practicing yesterday at Gopher Dunes courtesy of the fine folks @ http://www.directmotocross.com/a-few-photos-from-monday-practice-at-gop…

Looks fast, thanks for the links
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7/7/2015 9:44am
I'm not much of a two stroke nut, but it would pretty cool to see a lot of top guys run the 250 class and ride a two stroke. Turn it in to the 250 two stroke class. Is there an advancement rule in Canada?
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7/7/2015 10:06am Edited Date/Time 7/7/2015 10:07am
He can't race the MX2 class in Canada.

MX2 Open to all CMRC Pros and Intermediates (except former Canadian National Champions within the past five years), AMA A and B ranked riders. Riders that finished in the top 20 overall at the AMA Outdoor Nationals (250 and 450) or FIM GPs (MXGP/MX2/MX3), or top 10 overall in the AMA Supercross (450) class will not be eligible to compete in the MX2 Pro/Am class.

In 2007 (I think) Eric Sorby came to Canada to race a 250f for Yamaha and after 1 or 2 races they send him back home because of this rule.

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7/7/2015 10:17am
moer wrote:
He can't race the MX2 class in Canada. MX2 Open to all CMRC Pros and Intermediates (except former Canadian National Champions within the past five years)...
He can't race the MX2 class in Canada.

MX2 Open to all CMRC Pros and Intermediates (except former Canadian National Champions within the past five years), AMA A and B ranked riders. Riders that finished in the top 20 overall at the AMA Outdoor Nationals (250 and 450) or FIM GPs (MXGP/MX2/MX3), or top 10 overall in the AMA Supercross (450) class will not be eligible to compete in the MX2 Pro/Am class.

In 2007 (I think) Eric Sorby came to Canada to race a 250f for Yamaha and after 1 or 2 races they send him back home because of this rule.

Is that new this year?
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7/7/2015 10:21am
moer wrote:
He can't race the MX2 class in Canada. MX2 Open to all CMRC Pros and Intermediates (except former Canadian National Champions within the past five years)...
He can't race the MX2 class in Canada.

MX2 Open to all CMRC Pros and Intermediates (except former Canadian National Champions within the past five years), AMA A and B ranked riders. Riders that finished in the top 20 overall at the AMA Outdoor Nationals (250 and 450) or FIM GPs (MXGP/MX2/MX3), or top 10 overall in the AMA Supercross (450) class will not be eligible to compete in the MX2 Pro/Am class.

In 2007 (I think) Eric Sorby came to Canada to race a 250f for Yamaha and after 1 or 2 races they send him back home because of this rule.

Vince Friese raced MX2 in Canada all of last year and finished in the top 20 (18th) in the 2012 450 US nationals.
7/7/2015 2:13pm
bummer is right...he would of schooled the mx2 class without a doubt. sorry kaven
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7/7/2015 2:38pm
bummer is right...he would of schooled the mx2 class without a doubt. sorry kaven
I really don't think so... Especially after the reason why Star didn't give him that fill-in ride.
7/7/2015 2:43pm
bummer is right...he would of schooled the mx2 class without a doubt. sorry kaven
ML512 wrote:
I really don't think so... Especially after the reason why Star didn't give him that fill-in ride.
Would you care to elaborate a little more? What were there reasons?Shocked
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Would you care to elaborate a little more? What were there reasons?Shocked
Speed.
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7/7/2015 6:25pm
Unbelievable they wouldn't have done their due diligence before something like this. Bummer. Hopefully he can get on a 450 and run MX1.
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7/8/2015 8:48pm
moer wrote:
He can't race the MX2 class in Canada. MX2 Open to all CMRC Pros and Intermediates (except former Canadian National Champions within the past five years)...
He can't race the MX2 class in Canada.

MX2 Open to all CMRC Pros and Intermediates (except former Canadian National Champions within the past five years), AMA A and B ranked riders. Riders that finished in the top 20 overall at the AMA Outdoor Nationals (250 and 450) or FIM GPs (MXGP/MX2/MX3), or top 10 overall in the AMA Supercross (450) class will not be eligible to compete in the MX2 Pro/Am class.

In 2007 (I think) Eric Sorby came to Canada to race a 250f for Yamaha and after 1 or 2 races they send him back home because of this rule.

Kyle rode the 250 2-stroke for the first time a few days ago and loved it. While he is disappointed he can't race it in the 250 class he has decided to give it a go in the MX1 class instead this week at Gopher Dunes. If your in the area stop by and wish him luck in his run against the 450 boys with the 2-stroke.
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7/8/2015 9:04pm
Good luck Kyle regal, show them that two stroke power!!!
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7/8/2015 9:08pm
What a shit deal, show up to race and no one read the rule book first.

I guess it is good of him to still give it a shot in the 450 class, but if James Stewart had a tough time competing against 450's on his 250T then Kyle doesn't stand a chance. Even in Canada.

Would have been interesting if he could have raced where he wanted to in the 250 vs 250 class.
7/8/2015 9:11pm
Good for Kyle! He is a good sand rider (still remember his Millville ride from back in the day). Good luck!
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7/8/2015 9:49pm
Awesome to hear he's gonna man up and let 'er rip anyway, what's he got to lose? Have some fun, make some fans, nothing wrong with that! Can't wait to watch him.
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7/8/2015 11:04pm
Five years ago in Texas on the 450 I thought he was the next big thing. Then he turned out to be a turd like most of the rest of these idiots . Party on

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