Remembering Bill Mclean.
Having had a colonoscopy......I have now seen where the sun don't shine......(Me)
Good job Dylan!
I like my women like I like my scotch. Aged 18 years and mixed up with coke.
Frick, probably getting all the highschool punani he could get.
Good job indeed!
Old article. You just find it?
Cry in the dojo, laugh on the battlefield
Sparring speed is a matter of simple physics:
The height of your flight is inversely proportionate to the mass of your ass.
The next peter Lenz....
Congrats to the kid, but...The speed of road racing? Really?Supermoto combines the high-flying jumps and high-banked turns of motorcross with the speed and precision of road racing.
Supermoto is awesome and all, but that's a kooky statement.
Dylan is a great kid and a great rider and he does it in a quiet way. Best of luck and oportunity to him!
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All my Mistresses have two round, sticky black feet and are Made in Japan or Germany!
If I die on Phillip Island, so what! I'm already in Heaven! WOOHOOO!!!
I think what he said about the dirt section was accurate “You can catch up to other racers if they don’t know what they’re doing.” Riding dirt with slicks is tough at first especially for us non motocrossers.However riding on pavement on a dirt bike with slicks is awesome - jumping too.Its not roadracing tho - not the same speed thrill- diff. kind of fun.
Straight out of Maple Ditch.Westview Secondary School 10th-grader Dylan Ferreira is flying high, racking up wins on the B.C. Supermoto circuit despite not being hold enough to hold a valid drivers’ license.
I remember sold him a pair of SM boots with Mike in his shop couple years ago. Nice guy and very passionate about his kid and racing, told me how great Dylan is on his much smaller bike than the rest. Very happy for their success.
My pick for expert wins next year.The freight train of youth is hard to keep up with.
he's dreamy, next justin beiber for sure
08 Husky smr450
kx 450fYou are 100% Pure Awesome!
Good luck in your racing career Dylan. Dream big, train hard and believe.
After a series of serious crashes @ Stateline last weekend in Las Vegas Dylan managed to pull it back together and equal last years result with a 2nd place in the 250/400 Pro-Am race and a 2nd in the team race. Had there been a trophy for most spectacular crashes, he had taken 1st for sure.
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I Cant Fix Stupid.