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Photo courtesy Dirt Rider, Scott Hoffman; click on the photo to read the Weekly Dirt Dirt Rider magazine's Weekly Dirt is your go-to source for all the happenings in the world of off-road, and this week's dirt delves into the second-annual King of the Motos in Johnson Valley, California, the invite-only retirement party for motocross racer Kevin Windham, Timmy Weigand's win at the West Coast Grand Prix, and more. To get all the dirt, click here.Read More →
For the last 19 years Kevin Windham has been a Supercross series fixture. He's appeared in over 200 Supercross races, winning a total of 19. For much of the last decade he's been the cagey veteran, the paternal provider, and the esteemed patriarch of the sport. So it was an emotional Saturday evening at Round Three of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series in Anaheim, California, when the 34-year-old star announced that he was walking away. Dirt Rider magazine's photo gallery..Read More →
The fate of 19 other 450-class riders was sealed in the final when Ryan Villopoto grabbed the holeshot.The New Orleans round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross might have been a sleeper had it not been the final round of the East Regional Lites series, which added a bit of drama with Justin Barcia needing a fourth place finish to wrap up his second-straight title. After his meltdown in Houston two weeks before, all eyes were on the GEICO Powersports Honda to see if he could..Read More →
Ryan Villopoto claimed his second consecutive 450 title in Houston.Not only was the Houston round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series a historic one - with Ryan Villopoto wrapping up his second consecutive 450-class title sooner then any other rider in the history of the series (there are still four rounds left on the schedule), but it was an eventful race as well, with several key crashes, weird post-race antics by a high-profile rider, and one of the best battles we have seen..Read More →
On the podium Villopoto celebrates another win and a 100-plus point lead over fellow podium racers Kevin Windham and Justin Brayton.The Monster Energy AMA Supercross series made its annual trip to Canada for the Toronto round of the series. For the most part, riders come to expect crappy tracks and low turnouts at Toronto because of the dirt that's used; however, this year the race drew its biggest crowd ever, at around 49,000. Most of the riders still complained about the track,..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 →
Pit Notes:Hart & Huntington team manager Kenny Watson said that Ivan Tedesco would be back for Houston, and that Josh Hill would try to race Indy.Chad Reed was at the race and said that the knee was doing fine but he will not be ready for the outdoor season. Whether or not he will put someone on the bike for outdoors is up to his sponsors.Kyle Regal returned from injury at Daytona, finishing a respectable 13th in the Supercross final on his Merge Honda.Andrew Short..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 →
Reed goes down hard, Villopoto extends points lead, Barca wins East LitesWords and Photos: Pete PetersonIt was round 7 for the 450 class but opening round for the East Coast 250F riders who've been waiting for their time on the track. Rains soaked the pits all day but under the roof of Cowboy Stadium the dirt was dry and the racing was tight. The crowd on hand was as eager for the racing with a good turnout even for practice. At the end of the night the 250F class showed..Read More →
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