list and detals of upcoming events

Niagara 1000/24 Fall Road Rally

This overnight event is a time bracketed street legal motor rally that adheres to any and all traffic laws.

A unique & sporting way to enjoy fall!

October 20th-21st 2019

Niagara Details

Winter Rally 2019

In planning phase. Scheduled for February 2020. The first rally in the Seasons Master Series. 

Spring Road Rally Adirondack

The Spring rally Adirondack is the second motor rally in the Seasons Master Series. You may chose to participate in just one rally or enter all four to compete in the Seasons Master Series. 

April 28th-29th 2020

Spring Rally Details

MVTX Summer Road Rally

In planning phase for 2019. The third rally in the Seasons Master Series. 

Expedition: Toronto / Prudhoe

Motor expedition from Toronto to Prudoe Bay Ak. (Scheduled for Summer 2019)

Expedition: Taiga 2000

Trans Taiga Road

Starting in Niagara Falls New York, North via Toronto to Rouyn Noranda and on to Matagami, Qc. Continuing on further North on the James Bay road  to Radisson. A quick trip to Chisasibi for a dip in the Arctic Ocean and finally... off to kill the king. The Trans Tiaga road. Terminating in Caniapiscau for a night of rest, we start the trek back out.

July 2019

MVTX Operations, Safety and Survival Course

This course will better prepare you for infield operations.


Lake To Lake Portage Run

 This day long paddling "marathon" will take you from Buffalo New York, on Lake Erie down the Niagara River to Fort Niagara on Lake Ontario. a 32 mile journey with bus portage from LaSalle landing to Lewiston public boat ramp. (Scheduled for August 2019)  

lake to lake details

The Screwball Rally 200

In planning phase for Winter 20018.

MVTX Seasons Master Series

Completion or placing at all four seasonal rallies. 

MVTX Seasons master series details

Kayaks on call

Our water born division is based out of The sport fishing village of Olcott, New York. Visit the link below to experience the  beautiful and historic waters of Niagara County!


Q: Should I wear just my socks out in the rain?

A: No. You shouldn't wear just your socks out in the rain.