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Has Ryan Villopoto really bounced back from his slow start? Are James Stewart's best days behind him? Is Davi Millsaps suddenly dominant? Can Trey Canard continue to tough it out? And what's really going on with Ryan Dungey? While there was big drama in the 450sx class, things are heating up in the 250sx as well. That's where Cole Seely and Ken Roczen have a nice little battle going on. Photo: Shan Moore/Dirtrider.comThe above questions are still being asked after..Read More →
Cole Seely is one of the hottest up-and-coming talents on the Monster Energy Supercross Series. The 22-year-old motocross star from Newberry Park, California, has impressed his peers with one of the most aesthetically pleasing riding styles out there. His tail-whipping flair and fluid lines can be traced back to his BMX roots, along with his favorite form of working out nowadays. Cole Seely's mountain bike is one of the most important tools in his Supercross training regimen, and..Read More →
Say what you want about motorsports (NASCAR, motocross, Formula 1, etc.). Talk about how boring they are to watch, if you want, but the riders deserve props for their superb physical fitness. In fact, they could probably take on any mountain biker or cyclist any day. This may be why so many motorsports enthusiasts ride bikes that they power with their legs instead of their gasoline. In the following video by Specialized, Supercross rider Cole Seely talks about why he's so drawn to mountain..Read More →
Supercross Class: Toronto Stats-The first race was held on December 3, 2004, and Ricky Carmichael won on a Suzuki-In 2005, James Stewart won on a Kawasaki and on a Yamaha in 2009 -In 2006, Chad Reed won on a Yamaha -Reed became the first two time winner in Toronto with his win in 2008-Ryan Villopoto won on a Kawasaki in 2010 -Ryan Dungey won on a Suzuki in 2011, leaving Honda and KTM as the only bikes to not win in Toronto, Honda's Justin Brayton and KTM's..Read More →
The Indianapolis Supercross, round 11 of the Monster Energy Supercross Series proved to be another melee of odd events, crashes, red flags, and restarts. However, what was status quo happened to be who won the Supercross/450 main event. Monster Energy Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto did it again and has pretty much wrapped up the title with 6 rounds to go barring a total disaster. If some of you noticed, RV is a half a lap ahead of the pack in points and the second and third place contenders were..Read More →
Photos/Notes: Kardy, TypeOs, Scott HoffmanIs it me or are there elements of this season's supercross season that are from bizzaro world? To the few, Ryan Villopoto, Ryan Dungey, or Justin Barcia, for example, things are fairly status quo, yet for others riders, especially in the 450 class, anything and everything can happen. Red flagged races, caution light controversies, photo finishes, countless crashes and injuries to key racers. In St. Louis some of the odd continued..Read More →
Words and Photos by Shan MooreWith Chad Reed out of the picture due to the season ending injuries he suffered last week in Dallas, this year's Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series was starting to look like it would boil down to an anticlimactic Ryan Villopoto runaway. The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider had four wins in seven races heading into Atlanta's Georgia Dome - the location of round eight of the 17-round series - and he was currently enjoying a three-race win streak. And, over..Read More →
Ryan Villopoto, celebrating his third victory of the season, now leads Chad Reed by 6 points heading into round 7. Round 6 of the AMA Supercross happened right in San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium and a packed stadium saw some great racing--probably some of the best yet this year. Last week in Anaheim, the track was criticized for having small whoops, so what did the track builders do? They stacked up some dirt and built the toughest set we've seen so far this season. Not..Read More →
Dean Wilson Ends Eli Tomac's Three-Race Win Streak and Takes Control of Supercross Lites Class Points Lead Following His Second VictorySAN DIEGO, Calif.(February 11, 2012) - A huge crowd of 58,782 fans welcomed the sixth race of the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season at Qualcomm Stadium. Monster Energy Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto, of Poulsbo, Wash., won his third race of the season tonight to extend his points lead to six. In the Western Regional..Read More →
Story By Chris GreenPhotos By Scott HoffmanThis past Saturday was Round 5 of the 2012 AMA Supercross series and the second stop at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA. With tons of complaints about the track at Anaheim 1, the track crew stepped up and gave the riders a great track for A2. The main points of A2's layout were the many places to pass, a nice long whoop section and numerous rhythm sections that gave the riders optional flight paths around the track.If you give..Read More →
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