Valcourt, Québec – BCS Performance / Can-Am® X-Team racer Josh Creamer won the Pro and Pro-Am classes at round two of the 2012 New England ATV Motocross (NEATV-MX) series. In Can-Am / Grand National Cross Country racing action, five Can-Am racers won their classes this past weekend at the inaugural Can-Am Mammoth GNCC event held in Kentucky.

“Josh Creamer continued his Pro and Pro-Am class dominance by winning in the sandy Southwick soil aboard his DS 450. I was thrilled to see Richard Pelchat have such a great showing, challenge Josh and give us two riders on both the Pro and Pro-Am class podiums,” stated Jimmie O’Dell, Race Manager, Can-Am. “In GNCC action, our morning Can-Am 4×4 racers keep impressing us with their convincing wins. To have Bryan Buckhannon, Cliff Beasley, Kevin Trantham and Forrest Whorton post victories, and to do it on the brand new Mammoth course, shows a lot of dedication, drive and focus. Unfortunately a badly bent sprocket literally derailed Chris Bithell’s chance to shine in Kentucky, but he’ll be back at round six ready to challenge for the XC1 Pro class overall.”

Lodi, CA – Precision Racing Products presents the Sierra Cross Country Series: a new west coast ATV XC racing series in the scenic mountains and foothills of the Sierras.  John Scott, a native of the Sierras fell in love with cross country racing while living on the East Coast.  After moving back to the Sierras, John was encouraged by his East Coast friends to start an ATV XC series on the West Coast.

With the help of George Athanasiou of Precision Racing Products, Ed Teixeira of Teixeira Tech, and John’s long time friend Jeff Porras ; John was able to bring his vision of a family fun ATV XC Race series in the woods of Northern California and Nevada to life with an eight race series kicking off at Falling Waters Ranch in Grass Valley, California: April 8-10 2011, with races in Portola, California and Jackson, California to follow.  For more information go to: