So much is happening and as we move to STAGE 2 so many exciting things are happening. It feels like we are headed for a magical place called normalcy.
We are producing what we believe will be one of the top motorcycle racing events in Canada. 3 National level events, 2 provincial level events all in one weekend. For the first time since 2019 motocross will have spectators. Walton camp areas and parking will be allowed to welcome spectators (At restricted capacity).
Let’s dig in point by point. Lots to read below.
Final motos on Saturday will be televised at WaltonOne on FloSports. Thanks to the cooperation between the Parts Canada Amateur Open Series and the TrueNorth AMO Ontario Provincial Series, amateur racers will have their final motos streamed live. What a memory. What an amazing, cool experience. Do not miss this. Click HERE
Province of Ontario News Release June 24, 2021: Ontario Moving to Step Two of Roadmap to Reopen on June 30.2021
Outdoor sports without contact or modified to avoid contact, with no specified limit on number of people or teams participating, with restrictions;
Outdoor sport facilities with spectators permitted at 25 per cent capacity;
Outdoor concert venues, theatres and cinemas, with spectators permitted at 25 per cent capacity;
Outdoor horse racing and motor speedways, with spectators permitted at 25 per cent capacity;
Thankfully we are open to hosting up to 25% of our facility capacity. We are blessed with this amazing vast outdoor space that will allow a great race and plenty of space to enjoy.
The first priority is weekend reservations, open now.
Weekend booking will be the exclusive offering until June 29.2021, or until facility capacity is met with online pre-bookings. Priority is being given to weekend attendees to increase race organization and reduce interaction with guests and staff.
Capacity permitting, on June 30.2021, we will accept online pre-booked day visits. When we reach our 25% capacity limit – – we will close all entry for the weekend.
Pre-booking allows proper planning, compliant safety procedures and contact tracing.
TRY RACING CROSS COUNTRY!!! Ontario Off Road will be hosting round one of their provincial series at Walton One July 1.2021. You do not need to change your bike at all. Very Affordable entry fee. LONG Motos. Day Passes. Check out the Ontario Off Road Racing scene. This is a cool opportunity. Click HERE
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WaltonOne – We will say it again. Walton One is shaping up to be one of the most exciting weekends of racing in Canadian motorsport history.
- Ontario Provincial Off Road Championships
- Ontario Motocross Championships
- 2 Pro Nationals, including first every three moto formatt.
- 1 Canadian Flattrack National Championship.
- The First UTV Off Road closed course race.
All in one weekend.
Weekend Passes are online and available. We are making a massive effort to make this the most complete motorcycle weekend experience. All we need is your support. Buy your weekend pass and let’s get behind what we think will be something very special.
5:00pm Early Camping Entry – Free with weekend purchase.
Thursday July 1. 2021
– Move in and Camping Open.
– Ontario Cross Country Provincial Round 1
– 7:00pm Series Introductions Grand Opening.
Friday July 2. 2021
– 50cc Racing
– Season Opener Round 1 MXTOUR PRO NATIONAL
– 7:00pm – 9:00pm UTV Race
Saturday July 3. 2021
– Saturday Parts Canada Cup Amateur Day.
– 6:00pm -9:00pm Canadian National Dirt Track Championship Race
– Canada Day Fireworks
Sunday July 4. 2021
– Round 2 MXTOUR PRO NATIONAL
– Qualifiers based on OA results from Friday National.
– 3 moto format
– 15 +1 motos
Before you know it…It will be the 2021 WaltonTransCan Grand National Championships
Get your Early Entry Pricing. Sign Up today,
ANQs: Due to COVID-19 many regions may not be able to have ANQs. As a result, gate positions will be assigned per region based on the date of entry for those regions that will not hold an amateur national qualifier. For those regions with ANQs, regular qualifying procedures remain (i.e. Ontario).
EVEN IF YOU CAN’T RUN A QUALIFIER SIGN UP AND SAVE YOURSELF A SPOT!!!
Please note, at the time of the 2021 Walton TransCan GNC we will be following all current COVID-19 restrictions, if applicable.
WAIVERS: In your registration confirmation email, you will be provided with a separate link to sign your mandatory digital waivers. Every single person who will be arriving in your vehicle and staying at your campsite must sign the waiver.
ENTRY FEES (per class):
March 12 – June 23rd: $95
June 24th – July 25th: $115
July 25th – Event: $125
NEW FOR 2021: In 2021 there will be changes to the classes that will line our gates for the 29th year. There has been a lot of discussion, debate and hard decisions made around all changes at Walton TransCan GNC this year. We know some will be welcomed while others will be tougher to hear – please understand we have based these decisions on three years of consistent data.
There will not be 450 Junior or 450 Intermediate classes in 2021 at the Walton TransCan Grand National Championships (GNC). This is due to the changing trends in motorcycle racing: young riders are not as comfortable on the larger bikes, older riders are focused on Pro and age classes. The changing cost in racing means fewer riders can afford multiple bike options. All this translates into fewer 450 riders. 450 can still race age classes and Open classes at the Walton TransCan GNC.
The Youth Class will be now open to Intermediate/Junior/Beginner classified athletes at Walton TransCan GNC. It is not open to Pro-level riders.
Schoolboy 2 12-17 is being reintroduced for riders aged 12-17 on a 250F. There are large numbers of athletes in this bracket and it is a really exciting class to bring back to the National level. Regions will not hold qualifiers for this class. Entry will be accepted as first-come, first-served.
The Fox Racing Instinct Bronze Boot will include points from the Youth class and SchoolBoy (1+2) 12-17 classes.
UPDATE March 29, 2021: Girls 9-16 has been added back to the event roster on a trial basis for 2021 and the class will be revisited prior entries opening up for 2022.
50cc 4-6 will move to the small track in 2021. This small track is being developed and expanded. Riders in 50cc 4-6 can still compete in 50cc GP on the large track. This addresses the racer intimidation of the big track and safety issues raised by parents in 2020.
+30A will no longer be an available class (see ProAm and +25).
+50 will have their own Gate in 2021.
ProAm is being added to the schedule. There has been a renewed interest from fast riders to compete at Walton TransCan GNC. Also with the removal of 450 Intermediate, this class offers additional race options for riders on a 450.
The Tyke Class is back for 2021, and will be following the same rules and regulations as AMO: Tyke class is strictly 4-8 years of age on training wheels, or no training wheels, CRF, TTR, PW, etc. ONLY. No KTM, Husky, Gas-Gas, or Cobra bikes in Tyke for 2021 and beyond.
The Edge of Walton Challenge Course will be welcoming your little ones for a free camp experience Wednesday – Friday, 9:00am – 12:00pm ages 4-8. Please register your camper below as numbers will be limited due to increased demand!
The refund procedure for the 2021 Walton TransCan GNC can be found here.