How are the Canadians doingWednesday, March 8, 2006 | 6:39 AM
In case you haven't noticed, there's a bevy of fast young Canadian
talent currently competing in the 2006 Amp'd Mobile AMA Supercross
Series. They've been making headlines up north for everything from
great finishes - Darcy Lange's West Region 250F endeavors come to mind
- to having their bikes stolen out of the Blackfoot Racing Honda rig.
As you would expect, the Racer X Canada crew has been keeping
tabs on all of their fellow citizens, including a daily series this
week on how each one is faring in the crucible of American supercross.
We found today's subject, Mitch Cooke, to be a very interesting read in
the way he explains how difficult the confines of stadium racing can
be, as well as his Blackfoot team's scramble to piece a bike together
with the help of BooKoo Honda after his got snatched last Friday night.
Make sure you check it out right here.
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