Scott Smith has been riding and racing bikes and ATVs for 30 years. He loves to race and has raced motocross, enduros, hare scrambles, and quads. He raced with several clubs such as CMA, CMRC, CMX, AHRMA, and AMA. Scott has raced enduros and motocross in Southern Ontario, at the Pontiac Silverdome, and Unadilla, New York. Scott finished first back to back in 1999-2000, to maintain the title of CMRC ATV Provincial Champion in Ontario. Scott also had the opportunity to ride at the USHRA Monster Jam quad wars at the Rogers Centre. He finished in the top 10 at the Walton TransCan on two-wheel motocross from 2005-2009, in the +40 class for the CMRC national event. In 2011, Terry Wolfe and Scott Smith were at Gopher Dunes in Tilsonburg, Ontario. Scott was the top placing rider in the vintage races on his 1978 YZ250 and 1978 YZ400. In June 2012, they restored a 1978 Yamaha YZ400 and decided to enter the MX rewind at Unadilla, New York. Scott rode in the intermediate class and placed third in cross country and in the motocross he finished first in the +40 intermediate and first in the open intermediate class. WolfeWorx racing was the highest ranked Canadian team at the event. The next race they entered was Gully Mor in Alvinston, Ontario. Scott finished first on the YZ400 and third on his first ride on the 1973 Bultaco 250 Pursang.
For 2013, we have decided to start a vintage race team. We have started this off by purchasing a new Legend trailer and gathering sponsors for the upcoming race season. We will be racing a 1978 Yamaha YZ400 in the post vintage class and a 1973 Bultaco 250 Pursang in the vintage class with a back-up 1978 Yamaha YZ250. We intend to race the Canadian CMX vintage race series which will entail six races. We also plan to race the 2013 MX rewind at Unadilla, New York.
Terry Wolfe, a licensed motorcycle mechanic and toolmaker, is the owner of WolfeWorx and tuner of WolfeWorx Racing. Terry started riding when he was 12 years old and was in his first race when he was 15. He has raced for many years in enduros, motocross, flat track, and road racing. He has been working in the trade for over 35 years. Terry started his apprenticeship at Art Williams’ Cycle, which was a Bultaco dealer in Tilsonburg, Ontario. His experience and attention to detail rewarded the team at Gully Mor, when Terry and Scott decided to enter three weeks prior to the race. They had to order shocks from South Carolina, Bultaco parts from New York, and plastics from Detroit. Over several days, Terry enthusiastically modified Scott’s bike. Scott placed 3rd on the Bultaco in the vintage race and 1st in the heritage race on the Yamaha. This was quite incredible because the factory set-up for the Bultaco has the shift pedal on the right hand side.