Huber Motorsports MX
Huber Motorsports Inc is a family owned and operated motorsports race team and was established March 2010. We made our debut in Snowcross racing in the 2010 – 2011 CSRA race season, and is now one of the top Pro Snowcross teams in Canada. In June 2017, Huber Motorsports made its debut in the Canadian Motocross scene and hoping to have the same success in motocross as it has had in Snowcross. None of this would be possible without the help and support from our Marketing Partners.
July 22, 2019
MATT GOERKE VICTORIOUS AT SAND DEL LEE
This past weekend, the beautiful track of Sand Del Lee was the host of one of the warmest Canadian outdoor nationals ever. The 5th round of the 2019 MX Tour will be one to remember for it’s incredibly hot and humid weather, but also for its great racing. Both team riders experienced highs and lows throughout the day, fighting the heat and leading the pack in their respective categories. While 250 rider, Tyler Medaglia, got the holeshot and led his first moto, Matt Goerke came back swinging in the 2nd 450 moto to win the race and the overall on the day. Full Story…
July 15, 2019
THE MONSTER ENERGY / ALPINESTARS / PILLERS / KAWASAKI RACE TEAM BATTLES FOR THE LEAD AT GOPHER DUNES
After a 3-week hiatus, the Monster Energy Alpinestars Piller’s Kawasaki Race Team was back to racing for the first east coast round of the MX Tour series. Notorious for its deep sand and its roughness, the Gopher Dunes track did not disappoint. In the 250 class, Tyler Medaglia didn’t have it easy, but still proved his place was in the front, while in the 450 class, despite amazing qualifying times, bad luck kept Matt Goerke from finishing both races.
Tyler Medaglia might not have got the day he wanted, but his amazing ride in the second moto kept the fans on the edge of their seat. Full Story…
June 17, 2019
MATT GOERKE OVERCOMES INJURY TO WIN ROUND 3 OF THE MX TOUR SERIES
This past weekend, the Monster Energy / Alpinestars / Piller’s / Kawasaki Race Team was traveling to Manitoba for the last western round of the MX Tour series. Mother nature was not in a good mood, with non-stop rain, very cold temperatures and heavy winds, leaving the track in disastrous conditions. None the less, Matt Goerke and Tyler Medaglia did not let the weather stop them from achieving an amazing redemption weekend, with a win for Matt and a podium for Tyler.
Matt Goerke came into this race weekend with a broken finger, questioning if he would be able to hold on to his handlebar for 2 full motos. Full Story…
#5 TYLER MEDAGLIA
#2 MATT GOERKE
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Updated July 22, 2019