California Dreaming

Wright Out of the Gate: California Dreaming About a week ago, I was packing up and getting ready for my drive home from Riverside, California. It was one thing to talk about making the trip across the...

The Wright Time is Now

Wright Out of the Gate – Time to go to work For me, the beginning of the AMA supercross season is like an alarm going off in the morning indicating that it’s time to go to work. After completing my...

A Wright Christmas Poem

Wright Out of the Gate – What You Want and What You Need Christmas and New Year’s Day are just around the corner. It’s the time of year when everyone is asked to answer the question: “What would you...

Scrubs for Christmas?

Dylan Wright and the Advantage Painting Tunnel - Has there ever been a better match?  Check out the...

The Journey

WRIGHT OUT OF THE GATE: LOTS TO LEARN As I write this blog, the month of September is well underway. The Rockstar Energy Drink Motocross Nationals are done. The MMRS national has come and gone. And for the...

RISK VS REWARD

WRIGHT OUT OF THE GATE: RISK VS REWARD After a podium finish in moto 1 at Sand Del Lee and a strong overall finish at both Sand Del Lee and Deschambault, I was really looking forward to going to Moncton. I...

CONQUER DIRT

WRIGHT OUT OF THE GATE: CONQUER DIRT LIKE I DID When Yamaha Motor Canada selected their slogan – Conquer Dirt – for their off-road line of products, something tells me that they had Gopher Dunes in mind....

The Graduate

Wright Out of the Gate: A Step in the Wright Direction By Dylan Wright The western rounds of the CMRC Canadian pro nationals are almost in the books. I’m looking back on the last month of my life and...

Moto Dreams – In Staging

Wright Out of the Gate It’s the month of May. I’m back home after training down South for a couple of months. I participated in the first couple of MX101 IronMan Races at Sand Del Lee, as well as the...

The harder I practice, the luckier I get

Wright Out of the Gate: The harder I practice, the luckier I get. I saw this quote from a golfer by the name of Gary Player and it made me laugh. “The harder I practice, the luckier I get.” Sure...