2020 Racing Academy is so thrilled and proud to announce that Ike was crowned World Champion in the 70+ class at the World Vet MX 2019 Championship held at Glen Helen Raceway this past weekend. It was a long journey for Ike and his colleague David Aldridge, who was instrumental in helping Ike reach this […] Read more
Ike is on a mission to compete in the World Vet MX Championship 2019 at Glen Helen Raceway, CA. David Aldridge setup a Go Fund Me campaign to help Ike cover the expenses of traveling out to Glen Helen and preparing a bike to race. David and Ike will document their journey and preparations on their YouTube channel: MotoHQ.
This is the first installment of the journey. Head over to YouTube to watch all future episodes. MotoHQ Channel is for those who ride and race motorcycles. You’ll find discussions and how to’s from riding motorcycles to working on them. They also document their riding and their friends at tracks mostly located in North Carolina and Virginia.
Update: Ike made WRAL News!!
Ike had the honor of training student, Beth Lavinder, to help prepare her for a very important mission to Mongolia. Beth is from Saxapahaw, North Carolina and was preparing to volunteer for Rally for Rangers. Rally for Rangers does incredible work across the world. Their mission is to protect the world’s special places by empowering […] Read more
2020 Racing Academy is excited to announce that Ike De Jager is on a mission to compete in the World Vet Championship in 2019. This epic event is set to take place on November 2 &3, 2019 at Glen Helen Raceway. David Aldridge is raising funds for Ike’s 2019 World Vet mission and you can […] Read more
I recently had the opportunity to test the new Supercross track at NCMP (North Carolina Motorsports Park). Mark Czysz, owner of NCMP, had decided his old Supercross track (amateur style) had become a bit boring. He was having night races on it, but the attendance wasn’t there, possibly because it was not challenging enough. He […] Read more
Introducing a child to motorcycling is a big step. There’s a joy that comes from passing on our enthusiasm for two wheels. However, there’s a way to ride with your kids, and then there’s the correct way to ride with your kids. For those of us who learned to ride in the “pre-rider-training” days (a neighbor’s […] Read more
NASCAR racing on any track has always just been around an oval in the same direction. And the tracks don’t really ever change. Yet, the drivers spend five days before the event, each one having five mechanics, setting up their car for that particular event. Motocross tracks are filled with man-made obstacles, changing terrain and […] Read more