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  1. @Scott Meshey 141
  2. Battling his way through a challenging weekend of racing at the sandy track of Lommel, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Gautier Paulin has wrapped up round 14 of the 2017 FIM Motocross World Championship claiming fifth overall in the MXGP class. Delivering a solid performance in Belgium, Thomas Kjer-Olsen placed fifth overall in the MX2 category.
  3. Used of course... Kawasaki KLX250S, older Suzuki DR-Z400 or 200SE. I even have soft spot for the Yamaha TW200. It will get to 60.... eventually, but what a cheap, fun bike to ride! Hard to find many factory dual sports for under 2k without some real miles. But, your budget is your budget.
  4. Do I need to send you tuition money to get that sarcasm impairment treated? Or, maybe I just really suck at it! I hope not, I've worked hard at honing those skills! I'm not seriously considering adding a negative nelly button.
  5. Ahhhhh, I have such fond memories of all the butt-hurt members that pm'd me b/c they got "bad gassed" and wanted me to do something about it now! As long as the OP is willing to step up to address all the mantrums that will come as the result of all the drive by bad gassing, sure, why not! I'd love to help, but why should I get all the resulting joy? I'm not a selfish man, so I'd like to spread it around some. This might work!
  6. 48.5. Still rippin' it up...
  7. Glad to have you as the official ThumperTalk.com Off-Road Riding Expert! Looking forward to learning from your tips. Been riding off-road for over 35 years, but being self taught, I'm sure there is still room for improvement. Welcome Brian.

    1. Garrahan Off-Road Training

      Garrahan Off-Road Training

      Glad to be involved, I hope I can reach out the readers and get them some helpful info. I will have a instructional video up soon. It will be covering braking. The different positions 

  8. With an all-new engine, new frame, new bodywork, electric start, power tuner smartphone app and more, YZ450F is ready to take motocross to a whole new level! The 2018 Yamaha YZ450F, you and your bike connected as one. http://yamaha.us/YYZ450F
  9. My buddy's Husky has a sticker on the frame that reads Manufactured by KTM. He hates than when I point it out.
  10. Musquin Dominates in the Mud at Unadilla for Third Consecutive Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Victory Martin Emerges with Second 250 Class Win NEW BERLIN, NY – August 13, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, returned to action following its final break of the season for the Unadilla National from Unadilla Motocross Park. The tenth round of the season featured heavy rain and thunder storms that led to race officials shortening the second motos to 20-minutes-plus-one-lap. Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin raced to a perfect day and kept his win streak alive, which now sits at three. In the 250 Class GEICO Honda’s Jeremy Martin emerged victorious to claim his second win of the season. As the opening 450 Class moto powered down the start straight, it was RCH/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing’s Matt Bisceglia who emerged with the Motosport.com Holeshot, narrowly edging out teammate Justin Bogle and HRC Honda’s Christian Craig. Musquin immediately went to work and muscled his way by Craig part way through the opening lap and was under heavy pressure from RMATV/MC-WPS-KTM’s Blake Baggett. At the completion of the opening lap it was Bisceglia, Bogle and Musquin who led the 40-rider field. On Lap 1, the battle for the lead had already began to shape up with Bisceglia riding strong out front and Bogle and Musquin just behind. Musquin blitzed his way around Bogle to takeover second and backed that up with a pass on Bisceglia for the lead just a couple of turns later. Bogle put forward his best effort to keep Musquin in sight and made the move for second as he overtook Bisceglia on Lap 2. Bisceglia continued to fight for position, but remained under heavy pressure and would surrender third to Baggett just before the start of the next lap. With Musquin riding effortlessly out front, the rain began to come down, continuing to increase and make the conditions more challenging with each lap. On Lap 8, Baggett found himself turning the quickest times of the field and started nipping at the heels of race leader Musquin. The KTM duo pulled alongside one another several times, however, Musquin successfully defended each pass attempt Baggett threw at him. Despite the torrential downpour that ensued, Musquin and Baggett continued the bar-to-bar battle for the lead. As lightning began to touchdown nearby, race officials made the decision to call the race at the 27-minute mark instead of the traditional 30-minutes-plus-two-laps. Musquin was credited with his fifth consecutive moto win, followed by Baggett in second. HRC Honda’s Cole Seely took advantage of a mistake by Bogle on the final lap to take third. Unadilla marked back-to-back podiums for 450 Class rookie Davalos. | MX Sports Pro Racing – Jeff Kardas When the gate dropped on Moto 2 it was Musquin who led the field around the opening corner to take his fifth Motosport.com Holeshot of the season with Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider Dean Wilson and Craig in tow. Following his podium finish last round, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Martin Davalos was on a mission and made his way around Craig and Wilson to takeover second. At the completion of the opening lap it was Musquin, Davalos, and Wilson. Championship contenders Baggett and Tomac started the race in sixth and eighth positions, but it wasn’t long until disaster struck Baggett and forced him to pull into the mechanics area. He would rejoin the race nearly dead last. At the front of the field Musquin made an attempt to break away, but Davalos refused to settle and kept the leader within sight. Just when Davalos appeared to be making a run for the lead, Musquin wicked it up to pull back out on the Husqvarna rider. Wilson continued to ride strong in third and eventually found himself under pressure from Monster Energy/Yamalube/Chaparral/Yamaha Financial Services/Yamaha Factory Racing’s Cooper Webb. On Lap 7, Webb dove to the inside of Wilson to take his line away and moved into third. Musquin remained unchallenged during the final laps by taking the win 9.8 seconds ahead of Davalos. The final step of the podium went to Webb who rode impressive in his return from injury. Musquin’s perfect day propelled him to his fourth career overall victory (1-1) and his moto win streak now sits at six. The strong second moto helped Davalos finish second overall (8-2) and capture his second career 450 Class podium. Seely finished third overall (6-3), resulting in his first podium of the season. Seely emerged with his first overall podium of the season in third (6-3). | MX Sports Pro Racing – Jeff Kardas “The goal right now is to try and gain points each weekend,” said Musquin. “Today turned out to be great for me and not so great for some others. Anything can happen on a day like today and I just have to keep doing my best and we will see what happens. My goal is to at least finish the season second in points.” Tomac remains in control of the championship lead by 27-points despite finishing ninth overall on the day. Baggett continues to sit second, while Musquin gained valuable points on both of his rivals and now trails Baggett by just four points. It was an eventful day for Tomac who holds a 27-point championship advantage. | MX Sports Pro Racing – Jeff Kardas “I’ve been wanting to ride the big bike for almost four years and it feels so good to be up here on the podium,” said Davalos. “The 450 Class is totally different than the 250’s. The bike requires a lot more strength and I finally feel like I have made enough progress that I can hold on and run with the top guys for a full moto. This sport is about confidence and to run up front, be smart, and learn each weekend is what I’m trying to do. The track was gnarly today and it would have been insane if they didn’t cut the races to 20-minutes.” Martin (6) took the holeshot in Moto 2 and the overall victory (2-1) on the day. | MX Sports Pro Racing – Jeff Kardas The first 250 Class moto saw Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo race to his second Motosport.com Holeshot of the season just ahead of teammate Joey Savatgy and Adventure Moto KTM’s Steven Clarke. Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha’s Aaron Plessinger made quick work of Clarke to overtake third. At the completion of the opening lap it was Cianciarulo, Savatgy, and Plessinger at the head of the field, while championship points leader Zach Osborne was listed in seventh aboard his Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Machine. With a clear track out front, Cianciarulo began to open a small gap as Savatgy and Plessinger battled each other. Plessinger moved onto the rear wheel of Savatgy and started to look for a way around, however, Savatgy would fend off the Yamaha rider and pick up the pace. On Lap 2, Savatgy began to reel in race leader Cianciarulo with his sights set on the number one position. The Kawasaki duo of Cianciarulo and Savatgy continued their blistering pace at the front of the field and started to distance themselves from their nearest competitor. GEICO Honda’s Jeremy Martin began to creep into the picture on Lap 5 and moved to within striking distance of Plessinger, eventually making the pass stick for third near the end of the lap. On Lap 7, Cianciarulo made a costly mistake as he lost the front end and tipped over in a turn, allowing Savatgy to inherit the lead and moving Martin into second. Cianciarulo would remount in third. Savatgy clicked off consistent laps to build a comfortable lead by the halfway point of the moto, but Martin put his head down and was determined to bridge the gap that separated him from Savatgy. With the race winding down, Osborne began to hit his stride as he put in a late race charge and used an aggressive move to overtake Cianciarulo for third on Lap 14. Savatgy pushed hard until the final lap and claimed his fourth moto win of the season, 3.2 seconds ahead of the hard charging Martin in second. Osborne took the final podium spot with a brilliant come-from-behind effort. Savatgy charged to second overall (1-4) and stood on the podium for the third straight week. | MX Sports Pro Racing – Rich Shepherd As the 250 Class launched out of the gate to start Moto 2 it was Martin who secured his class leading sixth Motosport.com Holeshot of the season, just ahead of Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha teammates Justin Cooper and Dylan Ferrandis. With vision being crucial due to the muddy conditions, Plessinger wasted no time passing Ferrandis for the third spot. When the riders completed the opening lap it was Martin, Cooper, and Plessinger out front, while Osborne got off to mediocre start in ninth. The wet conditions looked to be no problem for Martin as he splashed his way around out front and started to open a small lead on Cooper and Plessinger. On Lap 3, Plessinger started to pickup the pace and moved to within bike lengths of Cooper, but a small mistake watched him hit the ground and GEICO Honda’s RJ Hampshire slid into third. Each time that Martin appeared to be increasing his lead, Cooper would mount an attack that helped him keep the gap within seconds throughout most of the race. On Lap 4, Hampshire made a bobble that allowed Ferrandis by and into third. Martin crossed the checkered flag to capture his fourth moto win of the season with a 4.8 second advantage on Cooper who finished second in his professional debut. Ferrandis rode well to his fourth moto podium finish of the season in third. Osborne sits atop the championship standings by 63-points with just two rounds remaining. | MX Sports Pro Racing – Jeff Kardas The 2-1 moto scores by Martin were good enough to secure his thirteenth career overall victory. Savatgy finished second (1-4) to earn his third consecutive overall podium, while Osborne rounded out the podium in third (3-5). “It was a complete mudder today and fortunately I was at the right place at the right time,” said Martin. “I felt pretty good all day today and once the rain started to come down I just tried to go into the second moto with a positive attitude, which I think is key. I was able to tune my bike a little bit better over the last couple of weeks and I think that it definitely helped today.” Osborne continues to hold the red plate and a commanding 63-point lead over Martin with just two rounds remaining in the championship. Savatgy’s recent string of podium performance moved him into third in the standings, 26-points behind second place. “Today ended up being pure survival and I did my best to salvage points,” said Osborne. “Starts are super important on a day like today and I just didn’t have them. I was able to come through for a podium in the first moto, but the mud made it a lot tougher to make passes in the second moto. Overall I was able to make the most of it and I’m looking forward to the last two.” The 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will continue next weekend with the penultimate round of the season at Budds Creek Motocross Park in Mechanicsville, Maryland on August 19th. First motos of the GEICO Motorcycle Budds Creek National can be seen live on MAVTV at 10 p.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET. The second 450 moto will be live on NBC at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET, while the second 250 moto will air via tape delay on NBC Sports Network at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET. Results Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Unadilla National Unadilla MX – New Berlin, New York August 12, 2017 450 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish) Marvin Musquin, La Reole, France, KTM (1-1) Martin Davalos, Quito, Ecuador, Husqvarna (8-2) Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda (3-6) Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., Yamaha (7-3) Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., KTM (2-11) Dean Wilson, Glasgow, Scotland, Husqvarna (9-4) Justin Bogle, Cushing, Okla., Suzuki (4-10) Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Honda (5-9) Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Kawasaki (10-5) Benny Bloss, Oak Grove, MO, KTM (15-8) 450 Class Championship Standings Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Kawasaki – 400 Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., KTM – 373 Marvin Musquin, La Reole, France, KTM – 369 Dean Wilson, Glasgow, Scotland, Husqvarna – 299 Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda – 263 Martin Davalos, Quito, Ecuador, Husqvarna – 243 Justin Bogle, Cushing, Okla., Suzuki – 241 Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Husqvarna – 216 Weston Peick, Wildomar, Calif., Suzuki – 213 Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., Yamaha – 211 250 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish) Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Honda (2-1) Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., Kawasaki (1-4) Zach Osborne, Abingdon, Va., Husqvarna (3-5) Dylan Ferrandis, Avignon, France, Yamaha (6-3) Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, Yamaha (12-2) Adam Cianciarulo, Port Orange, Fla., Kawasaki (5-6) Aaron Plessinger, Hamilton, Ohio, Yamaha (4-10) RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Honda (8-7) Chase Sexton, La Moille, Ill., Honda (7-12) Colt Nichols, Muskogee, Okla., Yamaha (11-9) 250 Class Championship Standings Zach Osborne, Abingdon, Va., Husqvarna – 413 Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Honda – 350 Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., Kawasaki – 324 Dylan Ferrandis, Avignon, France, Yamaha – 299 Alex Martin, Millville, Minn., KTM – 296 Aaron Plessinger, Hamilton, Ohio, Yamaha – 285 Adam Cianciarulo, Port Orange, Fla., Kawasaki – 283 Colt Nichols, Muskogee, Okla., Yamaha – 235 Mitchell Harrison, Brighton, Mich., Yamaha – 229 Shane McElrath, Canton, N.C., KTM – 210 For information about the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, please visit ProMotocross.com and be sure to follow all of the Pro Motocross social media channels for exclusive content and additional information on the latest news: Facebook: @americanmotocross Instagram: @promotocross Twitter: @ProMotocross YouTube: AmericanMotocross Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, features the world’s fastest outdoor motocross racers, racing aboard the best bikes each factory offers, on the roughest, toughest tracks in the world. The 12-rounds series begins at Hangtown in May and ends at Indiana’s Ironman Raceway in August. It includes stops at the premier motocross racing facilities in America, with events in California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan, Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota, Washington, New York and Indiana. The pro riders race on Saturday afternoon, with competition divided into two classes: one for 250cc machines, and one for 450cc machines. The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is managed by MX Sports Pro Racing, the industry leader in off-road power sports event production. The series is televised on NBC, NBCSN and MAVTV and streamed live on NBC Sports Gold Series partners include Lucas Oil (series title sponsor), Red Bull, WPS, Fly Racing, GEICO Motorcycle, MotoSport.com, Garmin, 100%, KTM, FMF, Deltran Battery Tender, Pirelli, Suzuki, Husqvarna, Pivot Works, Vertex, Alpinestars, KMC Wheels, MotionPro, VP Racing Fuels, Acerbis and Racer X. More information can be found at www.ProMotocross.com. Source: MX Sports Pro Racing
  11. 2017 Kenda Tennessee, Knockout Main Event Results 1. Cody Webb, KTM 2. Graham Jarvis, Husqvarna 3. Mario Roman, Sherco 4. Max Gerston, Beta 5. Jordan Ashburn, Beta 6. Cory Graffunder, Husqvarna 7. Ben Kelly, KTM 8. Mitch Carvolth, KTM 9. Quinn Wentzel, Husqvarna 10. Grayson Goncalves, Husqvarna 11. Kealoha Estrella, KTM 12. Josh Rooken-Smith, KTM 13. Noah Kepple, GasGas 14. George Kowalski, KTM 15. Chris Satterfield, Husqvarna More like ruining the main for riders on Japanese brands. Looks like the big 4 have all but given up on off-road racing all together by these results!
  12. Webb Tops Jarvis and Roman for Tennessee Knockout Win The USA, UK and Spain represented on the podium Sequatchie, TN (August 13, 2017) – FMF KTM Factory Racing backed Cody Webb withstood a heavy international assault from the UK’s Graham Jarvis and Spain’s Mario Roman to take his fifth straight Kenda AMA Tennessee Knockout win. The American was once again unstoppable on the tough terrain at the Trials Training Center, winning all four rounds despite intense pressure from Rockstar Husqvarna’s Jarvis. The multi-round Tennessee Knockout started with 250 Amateur entries competing on Saturday in a two-race format that allowed the top thirty riders to move forward to compete in the four round Sunday competition that included twenty nine pre-qualified pro riders from around the world. Jarrett Mohn topped the Amateur competition to earn the AMA Amateur Extreme Enduro Grand National Championship and move forward to Sunday. The Sunday morning program started with a Hot Lap on a mile long “short course” and Webb started the day off with a 3:53 lap to earn the first starting position for the next Knockout round. Sherco’s Ramon proved a quick learner to set the second fastest time at 4:15. SRT Offroad backed Kyle Redmond was third fastest at 4:17. Jarvis was fourth at 4:18 and SRT backed Cory Graffunder fifth at 4:39. The second round sent the riders out on a fourteen-mile loop in thirty second intervals and Webb was again fastest with a 1:10:28 lap. Roman continued to impress with the second fastest time at 1:14:30 and Beta USA’s Jordan Ashburn, who is a Tennessee native, was third with a 1:16:16. Jarvis (1:16:25) and Graffunder (1:21:52) rounded out the top five. Fifty-six riders started this round and only the fastest 25 riders moved on to the next Knockout. Round three, switched from the riders hitting the track by themselves to a multi-rider head-to-head format. The fastest twenty five riders were split into five groups of five but before that, one last rider was added to the mix in a one-on-one elimination straight line dual between the 26th to 29th place riders. Chuck Dulullo earned that final spot to join group five. Webb, Roman, Ashburn, Jarvis, and Graffunder won their respective groups to earn front row starting positions. The second and third place finishers in each group also moved on to the fifteen rider main event. The main event moved back to the short course and would be a 30-minute plus one lap battle. Webb quickly moved into the lead followed closely by Jarvis and Roman and those three opened a large gap on the first lap. Roman then got stuck in the notoriously tough water fall that had stopped many of the other riders on lap one. Jarvis kept the pressure on Webb and even managed to take the lead for a second or two a few times only to quickly lose it back. This went on for six laps in what turned out to be an eight lap race. Then Webb managed to open a small gap and squeeze by a few stuck riders while Jarvis took a more cautious wait and see approach that ultimately allowed Webb to extend the gap. Webb took the win after nearly forty minutes of racing while Jarvis finished a little over two minutes back. Webb lapped Roman on the last lap but the Spaniard managed to hold on for third position. “The day was fantastic, after Erzberg, I felt like I let everybody in the States down by having some arm-pump issues so it was great to get the win,” Webb said. “After training a lot on the EnduroCross course, that paid off because I am used to the high intensity and Graham and Mario are more used to longer events but it feels good to take the win and this one was the toughest yet since Graham pushed me really hard.” “The Knockout stages are pretty straight forward but that last race was probably the most intense race I have ever done but it was fantastic,” said Jarvis. “I gave it everything I had and it was not enough to keep up with Cody for the whole race so congrats to him.” Beta’s Max Gerston had a pretty quiet day but managed to pass his teammate Ashburn on the last lap to take fourth. Ashburn was right in the battle for third with Roman for most of the race but a few mistakes in the closing laps cost him two spots and he ultimately finished fifth. Graffunder, Ben Kelly, Mitch Carvolth, Quinn Wentzel and Grayson Gonsalves rounded out the top ten. Gonsalves had made the long trip from Hawaii to compete in the Amateur day and advanced into Sunday so his top ten was an impressive result. Fellow Hawaiian’s Kealoha Estrella (11th) and Chris Satterfield (15th) also made the main event proving that the Aloha state residents know how to ride the tough stuff. Beta’s Morgan Tanke took the Saturday Women’s class win over Victoria Harcy. They were the only two female riders that finished the morning lap and faced off in a main event on a special short course. 2017 Kenda Tennessee, Knockout Main Event Results 1. Cody Webb, KTM 2. Graham Jarvis, Husqvarna 3. Mario Roman, Sherco 4. Max Gerston, Beta 5. Jordan Ashburn, Beta 6. Cory Graffunder, Husqvarna 7. Ben Kelly, KTM 8. Mitch Carvolth, KTM 9. Quinn Wentzel, Husqvarna 10. Grayson Goncalves, Husqvarna 11. Kealoha Estrella, KTM 12. Josh Rooken-Smith, KTM 13. Noah Kepple, GasGas 14. George Kowalski, KTM 15. Chris Satterfield, Husqvarna Keep an eye on the http://tennesseeknockoutenduro.com/ for a video recap within a few days. Cody Webb (center), Graham Jarvis (left) and Mario Roman shared the 2017 Kenda Tennessee Knockout podium. Photo: Adam Booth FMF KTM's Cody Webb managed to defend his home soil by taking a tough win over Jarvis at the 2017 Kenda Tennessee Knockout. Photo: Adam Booth Rockstar Husqvarna's Graham Jarvis proved again that he is tough to beat. Photo: Adam Booth Spain's Mario Roman was impressive at his first ever Tennessee Knockout, ultimately taking the final podium spot. Photo: Adam Booth Check out the 2016 Red Bull TV Tennessee Knockout Show here: https://www.redbull.tv/video/AP-1QAU6F7C92111/recap-slick-and-muddy?playlist=AP-1QAU6F7C92111 Check out video for highlights of some of the previous events here: 2016 Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJfGKieHOYQ 2015 Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99Yqa9Uh-nw 2014 Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JZQAsUa1rk 2013 Highlights: http://youtu.be/VqJZnQBdTZ8 2012 Highlights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Moyylu0KN68&feature=plcp For more information about the Kenda Tennessee Knockout, presented by Moose Racing and SRT, please visit: http://tennesseeknockoutenduro.com/
  13. Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Rider Off to a Strong at the Week-Long Event in Chile August 13, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Pablo Quintanilla has posted the fastest time during the opening 14km-long Prologue at the Atacama Rally 2017. However, due to navigational issues that saw numerous riders unable to cross all waypoints, race organisers have cancelled the Prologue and eliminated any time differences between competitors going into Monday morning’s stage one. The first 15 fastest riders from the Prologue are however able to select their starting position for stage one. Stage one of the Atacama Rally 2017 will see competitors race a circular route around the city of Copiapó. Including 226km of timed special in the dunes of northern Chile the stage is expected to be a great test of the riders’ navigational skills and stamina. Pablo Quintanilla: “I am really happy to be back racing again. I love the feeling of being strong on the bike and today went really well for me. It was a very tricky Prologue, despite the course being so short. Navigation was still difficult, so I took my time and tried my best to focus on not making any mistakes. Thankfully everything went well and I am happy with my result. I have a good starting position for tomorrow so if I remain focused then I am confident of a good result.” Pela Renet: “Despite being short, today’s Prologue was difficult. Navigation was tough and you had to pay a lot of attention not to miss some waypoints in the deep sandy dunes. The rain that has been falling during the last couple of days has changed a few parts of the tracks so you needed to be extra careful not to make mistakes. This has just been the start of the rally and I’m looking forward to stage one tomorrow.” Husqvarna Motorcycles. Tradition on two wheels since 1903. Husqvarna Motorcycles are widely known and respected in the off-road world for a heritage of competition and numerous motocross and enduro world championships. Originally founded in Sweden in 1903, Husqvarna Motorcycles have been designed and manufactured in Mattighofen, Austria since 2013. Rockstar Energy Drink Rockstar Energy Drink is designed for those who lead active lifestyles – from Athletes to Rockstars. Available in over 20 flavors at convenience and grocery outlets in over 30 countries, Rockstar supports the Rockstar lifestyle across the globe through Action Sports, Motor Sports, and Live Music. For more information visit: www.RockstarEnergy.com Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH
  14. MORGANTOWN, WV – August 11, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Don’t miss the television or online coverage of the tenth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, the Unadilla National. Get the rundown below on how to watch qualifiers and all four motos on Saturday, August 12th. If you miss a race, full replays will be available on-demand with the NBC Sports Gold Pro Motocross Pass. UNITED STATES New this year, the entire season streams live, on-demand and commercial-free with the NBC Sports Gold Pro Motocross Pass. Qualifiers Online: 10 a.m. ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Gold app (LIVE & COMMERCIAL-FREE) Access the stream at ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Gold app available on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, Apple TV and Chromecast. Moto 1 Online: 1 p.m. ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Gold app (LIVE & COMMERCIAL-FREE) Access the stream at ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Gold app available on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, Apple TV and Chromecast. TV: 1 p.m. ET, MAVTV (LIVE) Once again this year, MAVTV will air first motos from all 12 rounds live. Use the MAVTV channel finder to see if you currently get MAVTV. You can also use that link to request that your cable provider carry MAVTV if they currently do not. Moto 2 Online: 3 p.m. ET, ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Gold app (LIVE & COMMERCIAL-FREE) Access the stream at ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Gold app available on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, Apple TV and Chromecast. TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN NBCSN will have coverage of the second motos in both classes this week. Use the NBCSN channel finder to see if you currently get NBCSN in your area. Highlight Show TV: Wednesday 8/16, 2 a.m. ET, NBCSN NBCSN will have a one-hour show the week after each race recapping the action. INTERNATIONAL New this year, the entire season streams live, on-demand and commercial-free with the NBC Sports Gold Pro Motocross Pass, available in Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden, Ireland, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg and Japan. Qualifiers Online: 10 a.m. ET, ProMotocross.com (LIVE) Access the stream at ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Gold app available on iOS and Android in Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden, Ireland, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg and Japan. Moto 1 + Moto 2 Online: 1 p.m. ET, ProMotocross.com (LIVE) Access the stream at ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Gold app available on iOS and Android in Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden, Ireland, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg and Japan. TV: The Nationals will be simulcast to various countries across the globe. Check the TV listings for for the time in your area. TV Networks: FOX Sports Australia, FOX Sports Asia, Sky TV New Zealand, ESPN Latin America, MCS France, Star Times Africa Highlight Show TV: A one-hour highlight show recapping the race will air in various countries across the globe. Check the TV listings for the time in your area. TV Networks: FOX Sports Australia, FOX Sports Asia, Sky TV New Zealand, ESPN Latin America, MCS France, Star Times Africa Facebook: @americanmotocross Instagram: @promotocross Twitter: @ProMotocross YouTube: AmericanMotocross Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, features the world’s fastest outdoor motocross racers, racing aboard the best bikes each factory offers, on the roughest, toughest tracks in the world. The 12-rounds series begins at Hangtown in May and ends at Indiana’s Ironman Raceway in August. It includes stops at the premier motocross racing facilities in America, with events in California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan, Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota, Washington, New York and Indiana. The pro riders race on Saturday afternoon, with competition divided into two classes: one for 250cc machines, and one for 450cc machines. The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is managed by MX Sports Pro Racing, the industry leader in off-road power sports event production. The series is televised on NBC, NBCSN and MAVTV and streamed live on NBC Sports Gold Series partners include Lucas Oil (series title sponsor), Red Bull, WPS, Fly Racing, GEICO Motorcycle, MotoSport.com, Garmin, 100%, KTM, FMF, Deltran Battery Tender, Pirelli, Suzuki, Husqvarna, Pivot Works, Vertex, Alpinestars, KMC Wheels, MotionPro, VP Racing Fuels, Acerbis and Racer X. More information can be found at www.ProMotocross.com. Source: Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship