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  1. So many thought Keefer / Pulp would be eventually riding this bike. Ends up that Pat from Swap Moto got to be the lucky one. That story / drama isquite entertaining for those who follow it. Anyways, here is the test of what many (myself included) would consider the high-mark of 250F machines. Sounds like it would be a blast to ride but also, in a way, not much of advantage for those w/o the skill to use it. Enjoy. https://www.swapmotolive.com/we-ride-justin-coopers-monster-energy-star-racing-yamaha-yz250f/features/
  2. After hearing for a couple of decades about America beating the “Europeans” at the MXoN when they win the event as team USA in what is a country team race with Europe having no team, it got me thinking – it’s not really a fair judgment on the Europeans, especially if individually they beat the US riders but the USA win the event as each European rider rides for a different country. So, individually, who really was on top? After all, if America are claiming to beat the Europeans, (and vice versa) they would need to be doing it individually to back up the claims, right? So here are the individual race results from Europe v USA since the Americans won their first events in 1981. If a non-European or American rider won a race he didn’t count for either side. The results are interesting and very different from the perception, of course there are more Europeans in the race so that is an advantage and should be taken into consideration, but if the narrative of Americans beating the Europeans is true then they should be able to win their class more often than not too. From the USA won in 81… 81 – 500 Europe Carlqvist – 1-1 250 Europe winner Vromans 1-1 4-0 Europe 82 – 500 USA – Chandler 1-1 250 Chandler 1-1 4-0 USA 83 – 500 USA Bailey wins O/A bailey and Glover win the motos 250 USA Glover 1-3 (Geboers won the other moto) 3-1 USA 84 – 500 Europe Malherbe wins overall. Malherbe and Carlqvist win the motos 250 USA Ward -1-1 2-2 Draw 85 – 500 Europe – Thorpe wins overall 1-2-1 Europe win all three motos 250 – USA Ward wins all three motos 125 USA Lechien wins two of the three motos 5-4 USA 86 – 500 USA – Bailey -1-1 250 – Johnson 1-1 125 O’Mara 1-1 6-0 USA 87 – 500 Europe – Van Der Ven 2-1 250- USA Johson 1-1 – 125 USA – Hannah 4-1 3-3 Draw 88 – 500 USA – Lechien 1-1 250 USA – Johnson 1-2 125 – USA – Ward 2-1 4 2 USA 89 – 500 O/A Europe Thorpe 2-2 ( Parker and Ward in the motos) 250 – USA Stanton 1-1 125 – USA Kiedrowski 1-2 5 1 USA Overall individual class moto wins USA – 32 Europe – 17 Conclusion: The USA, with their new sport supercross clearly had the edge in the 80s. The extra technicality, and elbows-up-style from supercross and the intensity of the racing, gave the Americans a brilliant record at the MXDN individually. Of course the leading GP men were very competitive at times and on tracks that suited them they could beat the Americans, something that isn’t always recognised, it wasn’t always Maggiora 1986 ever year! Howvever, in this era the Americans certainly came out on top individually more often than not with new generation of rider’s like Ward, Bailey, Lechien, and Johnson using their supercross skills to enhance their motocross abilities. The 90s… 90 – 500cc Europe Geukens (4-2) Europe 250cc Puzar 2-1 125 Europe Tragter (2-2) 5-1 Europe 91 – 500cc USA Stanton 1-1 250 Europe Puzar 3-1 125 Europe Everts 1-1 4-2 Europe 92 – 500 Europe Nicoll 3-1 250- Europe Bervoets 1-1 125 USA- Emig 1-2 5-1 Europe 93 – 500 Europe Bervoets 3-1 250 – Europe Nicoll 3-1 125- USA Emig 2-1 4-2 Europe 94 – 500 USA Larocco 2-1 250 – Europe Bervoets 1-2 125 Europe Malin 1-1 5-1 Europe 95 – 500 Europe Smets 1-1 250 USA Emig 2-1 125 Europe Tortelli 1-1 5-1 Europe 96 – 500 USA Emig 1-1 250 250 USA McGrath 1-1 125 USA Lamson 1-16-0 USA 97 – 500 Europe Smets 3-2 250 Europe Beirer 1-1 125 Europe Dobb 3-16-0 Europe 98 – 500 Europe Van Doorn 6-1 250 Europe Everts 1-1 125 Chiodi 2-15-1 Europe 99 – 500 Europe Bartolini 1-1 250 Europe Everts 1-1 125 Chiodi 2-1 6-0 Europe Overall individual class wins USA – 14 Europe 45 Conclusion: Things changed spectacularly in the 90s. Even the riding styles of the young Europeans were changing and becoming more American. Think how the likes of Everts, Malin, Bervoets, Bayle, Puzar, Chiodi’s styles compared to the likes of George Jobe and Andre Malherbe. Kids of the 80s and students of American style, Bayle and Everts led the way of the new generation and influenced European riders so much that their effect is still going to this day. The standing technique of Everts is still evident in this generation and the desire for riders, especially the French, to go to the States and ride supercross is still going on. And, in the States things were changing too, Jeremy McGrath came on the scene and was a supercross specialist, he dominated the sport and supercross was becoming more estranged from motocross and requiring it’s own unique skills. Supercross took precedence with McGrath and it became the priority in the US. America of course still had brilliant motocross riders, including McGrath, but the king of supercross changed the game in the 90s and brought supercross to the next level. 2000s… 00 – 500 USA Hughes 1-2 250 Europe Tortelli 1-2 125 Grant Langston SA 2-1 3-2 Europe (GL moto win not counted 01 – N/A USA did not attend Namur after 9/11 02 – N/A MXDN cancelled then re-run no USA 03 – One moto format Carmichael USA wins the race, Belgium the overall 2-1 Europe 04 – Lierop USA choose not to attend in the sand 05 – Open NZ Townley 1-1 MX1 USA Carmicheal 1-1 MX2 Europe Ramon 1-3 3-1 USA 06 – Open Europe Ramon 1-1 MX1 Europe Everts 1-1 MX2 USA Villopoto 1-2 5-1 Europe 07 – Open USA Ferry 2-1 MX1 USA Carmichael 1-1 MX2 Villopoto 1-1 5-1 USA 08 – Open USA Ferry 6-1 MX1 Pourcel 2-1 MX2 Villopto 1-1 4-2 USA 09 – Open Europe Phippearts 2-2 MX1 Dungey 3-1 MX2 Musquin 1-1 5-1 Europe Overall class moto wins USA 18 Europe 18! Conclusion: The Carmichael, Stewart and Villopoto effect! The Americans came back to go neck and neck with the Europeans individually. Carmichael along with Stewart and Villopoto seemed to lift the intensity of US racing again and motocross again was very important thanks to Carmichael. RC also introduced Aldon Baker and very intense training back to the sport. Everts was, amazingly, still on top winning a record breaking 10 world titles in a long 16 year career and even beat Stewart in 2006 to go out on top in supreme style with a remarkable 15 years between his first and last world title. That left the next European generation to come to the fore and Cairoli, who won the second MXDN moto on an MX2 machine that same year in 2006, brought his own flamboyant intensity from the mid 2000s to help set the next bar of where the sport was going on the European side. Europeans had saw the handing over of the generations and Carmichael, Stewart and Villopoto did likewise in the States, also evident at the MXDN just one year later in 2007, that saw Carmichael go out on top and RV win both motos on his MX2 machine in memorable fashion. The new generation had arrived and the whole world was doing the Bubba scrub. 2010s… 2010 Open Europe Desalle 3-2 MX1 USA Dungey 1-1 MX2 Europe Roczen 1-1 3 2 USA (Townley won the other moto) 2011 Open USA Villopoto 3-1 MX1 USA Dungey 2-1 MX2 Europe Roczen 1-1 3-2 Europe (Paulin won moto two and Australia’s Reed one the first moto) 2012 Open Europe Herlings 1-1 MX1 Europe Cairoli 1-1 MX2 Europe Roczen 1-1 6-0 Europe 2013 Open USA Barcia 2-2 MX1 Europe Cairoli 1-1 MX2 Europe Roczen 1-1 6-0 Europe (Desalle and Philppaerts won the open class motos) 2014 Open Europe Frossard 2-2 MX1 Europe Paulin 1-1 MX2 Europe Searle 2-1 5-1 Europe (Strijbos and Tomac won open motos, Coldenhoof first MX2 moto) 2015 Open USA Barcia 1-2 MX1 Europe Febvre 1-1 MX2 Europe Musquin 1-1 Europe 4 USA 1 ( Townley won the other open moto) 2016 Open Europe Herlings 2-1 MX1 Europe Cairoli 2-1 MX2 Van Horebeek 1-1 Europe 5 USA 1 2017 Open Europe Herlings 1-1 MX1 Europe Anstie 1-1 MX2 Australia Lawrence 1-3 Europe 4 USA 1 (Australia’s Lawrence won the other moto) 2018 Open Europe Herlings 1-1 MX1 Europe Coldenhoff 1-1 MX2 Europe Prado 1-2 5-0 Europe (Australia’s Lawrence won the other moto) 2019 Open Europe Coldenhoff 1-1 MX1 Europe Gajser 1-1 MX2 Europe Olsen 1-2 6-0 Europe (Geerts won second MX2 moto) Overall class moto wins USA 9 Europe 46 CONCLUSION: The numbers show European domination has been the irrefutable conclusion of the last decade and the most one sided decade of the last 30. The new mixture of old-school and man-made tracks, all the best riders in a premier class and more Grand Prix races than ever, plus the stunning speed and intensity of teenage duo Ken Roczen and Jeffrey Herlings as well as the continued brilliance of Antonio Cairoli seem to have put the Europeans on a different level. Supercross in the States has once again became a big priority and even the Europeans are challenging the Americans for titles in the US with Roczen, Musquin and Ferrandis, indoors and out. It seems the MXGP world championship format has helped the technicality, the depth of competition has helped the intensity and recently, the sheer talent and raw speed of Jeffrey Herlings along with the determination of Cairoli to stay on top has meant everyone else is chasing the fastest men on the planet every week and rider’s like Gajser and Prado are answering that challenge. It is a perfect storm that sees the racing intensity of the Europeans come close to the US level but the smoothness and momentum in the turns maintained along with their versatility on adapting to different tracks. In the US tracks became largely similar even if, on their day riders like Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb have shown on occasion they can run with the best Europeans – but could they do it for a whole year in MXGP if they focused exclusively on motocross? Overall from 1981 to 2019 it’s 73 moto wins for the USA and 126 for Europe, showing that both sides produce amazing riders. But what will the next decade have in store? Can the Americans hit back like they have in the past? It’s going to be an interesting watch. Maybe even a Europe v USA Ryder Cup style race format would make things even more interesting by allowing more US riders in the race but also the Europeans to finally have a team of the all their best together in one team! That event would surely be an epic fan and TV spectacle and make it a proper Europe v America event. Article: Jonathan McCready
  3. When: November 2020 The event has been tabled for about decade, but the race has been given the go by the approx. 4,000 residents of this sleepy retirement community island. Much thanks to the efforts of District 37 racing organizers and the local business community. 2010 Red Bull Catalina GP - Red Bull Content Pool Travis Pastrana in the 2010 Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix. - Red Bull Content Pool Those that want to race it or just spectate can get info and updates from the official Catalina GP Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/The-Catalina-Grand-Prix-120322891337602/ and/or their IG page https://www.instagram.com/catalinaislandgp/
  4. My 2017 had ran perfectly until yesterday. Last week at same track it was great, I changed the oil this week to synthetic with new filter. This week, maybe 1/2 lap at speed once warmed up and it would start sputtering/bogging/cutting out momentarily. Obviously not as it should be. The air filter was not dirty and temperatures were the same both weekends. I was guessing bad gas, which after I filled up realized it was 10% ethanol blend premium. So today I drain the tank, get good premium (no ethanol) and hoped the bike would run right. Nope. Still sputtering upon full throttle as it revs out. Runs fine at low RPM but that really does not matter. Seems to have more popping on decal too. Anybody got ideas? I am cleaning the air filter now but I doubt that was a problem.
  5. The boy went into warp drive at the end of the 2nd moto !! SuperFAST
  6. #222 adds another 2! Red Bull KTM Factory Racing are thrilled and proud to announce that reigning MXGP number one and nine times FIM Motocross World Champion Antonio Cairoli will remain part of the team for another two years and through the 2019 and 2020 Grand Prix seasons. The 32 year old Sicilian renewed his contract on Thursday in Rome in the presence of Team Manager Claudio De Carli and KTM Motorsports Director Pit Beirer. The agreement means that Cairoli – who gave the factory their first title in the premier class of the FIM series with the KTM 350 SX-F in 2010 and delivered the KTM 450 SX-F’s first MXGP crown in 2017 – will register eleven years with the brand. The 2018 contest begins next weekend with the first round of nineteen taking place at Neuquen for the Grand Prix of Patagonia Argentina. The South American fixture will mark the beginning of Cairoli’s fifteenth term as a full-time GP rider and his ninth in Red Bull KTM colors. In a remarkable career that boasts nine titles (seven in the premier class since 2009, six with SX-F technology), 213 GP appearances, 83 career wins and 145 podiums (with 163 moto victories) Cairoli is still the reference for the sport as he bids for a record-equaling tenth championship and his first viable ‘defense’ of the No.1 status with the KTM 450 SX-F. “I’m really happy to announce this because we already made history in 2010 with the KTM 350 SX-F against the 450s and succeeded with that challenge. I feel a part of KTM because of that success and since then the company has grown a lot,” commented Cairoli. “I put in a lot of effort to bring titles and I feel very proud to be part of the company. They invest a lot and do a lot of work in development and you see the result because it is the top off-road manufacturer in the world. I’m happy to continue and to do another two years and to try for more titles. I’m fully motivated for the upcoming seasons.” “Around two years ago people were already saying that Tony was getting too old to stay at the top and I took that moment to declare that we had full trust in his skills and capabilities. He had two tough seasons but it was amazing how he bounced back in 2017 and showed that we were absolutely right,” said Pit Beirer. “It made me happy and very proud that he wanted to continue and he wants to keep pushing. I believe Tony has found the right balance in his life - personally and professionally - to keep racing and wanting to achieve. He is very passionate about it and this is why he continues to be so strong. I’m only too happy to make this strong commitment to Tony and very pleased that our MXGP story will go on. I also want to thank and pay credit to Claudio De Carli and his role. He has had a big say in the Cairoli-KTM success over the years and long may it last.” Red Bull KTM Factory Racing head to Argentina in the coming days as world champions in both categories of the FIM Motocross World Championship for the sixth time this decade. www.mxgp.com www.ktm.com | media.ktm.com Facebook | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram
  7. Looks like he's out for the rest of sx, probably wise even if he could come back earlier.
  8. Does anyone know if I need to buy parking tickets if I'm riding a motorcycle in?
  9. Sexton and Plessinger passing their buddies
  10. Hmmm... no Webb bashing here. Dude killed it in sx but his mechanic put an anchor on his out door bike.😂😂😂😂
  11. I have heard rumors and being that the MXGPs are canceling one race after another while we are full go to drop the gates with full attendance....... Could it be true? Can we get Geiser too????!!!!
  12. Not sure if this is the right place on this forum to ask, but most that read this section (I assume) ride and race motocross as well and could offer some insight. I broke two ribs on Sunday, how long before you are good to ride again? No surgery needed or anything, but seeing as simply breathing sucks right now, I thought I'd ask...figuring some of you have had the injury before. Thanks!
  13. Seems like more than one brand ,others are saying the Yamaha are having chain issues as well
  14. https://www.facebook.com/Jeffrey.Herlings.84/videos/3964818110220884/?app=fbl Discuss
  15. Just came across this and found it pretty funny
  16. Jason Weigandt stopped to visit Chad Reed's new public track in Statesville, North Carolina, Moto 40 MX (@moto40mx). Chad's goal is a family-friendly riding park with a kid's track, an intermediate track, and a larger expert track that's still safe. There are trails in the woods, too. Chad is also building a supercross track in the corner for himself! Chad hopes to have the track open for Easter Weekend. Weigandt and Olympic BMX Champion Connor Fields came to check out Chad and his mechanic Ben spin some laps.
  17. Product Spotlight: Alpinestars Tech 7 Boots These days expensive protective equipment saturate the market, but Alpinestars has a motocross boot that offers high dollar protection with high end quality at the average man’s price. I have worn the Sidi Crossfire 2, Garne SG-10, SG-12, and Alpinestars Tech 10 boots. While these top-line boots all share impressive features my favorite is the Alpinestars Tech 7, with the low retail price of $349. Once Western Power Sports became a distributor for Alpinestars I immediately tested the Tech 10 against the Tech 7 boots. My initial thought was I would prefer the highest priced boot, the Tech 10. While this boot is amazing, I felt like I could literally jump off the roof and have no ankle injuries (not recommended), I struggled with the lack of flexibility. I am 6’4” and have suffered many foot and ankle injuries throughout the years, the most recent was a ruptured Achilles’ tendon. I tend to look for boots that offer support and protection, yet allow me the freedom to ride comfortably and the Tech 7 meets this criteria. If I was riding AMA Supercross I would opt for the Tech 10, but for me and my Vet B riding level the Tech 7 is heaven on my feet! Look for both the Tech 7 and Tech 10 boots available in the TT store. /shop/cart.php?m=search_results&c=&catID=4443&v=&id=&venID=&attrList=&manuf=1602&priceFilter=&sortBy=PriceHiLo&search=Tech+7&sort=5&asc=desc&page=2 KEY FEATURES • New dual compound sole is seamlessly integrated into the base structure for superior durability and features high performing rubber grip patterning and enhanced feel. The sole and footpeg insert are replaceable. • The anatomically profiled shin plate features a dual closure system with an internal microfiber flap attached with Velcro® for a precise fit closure while the rugged and durable shin plate attached securely with a precision adjustable buckle. • Wide entry aperture for convenience and allows broad ranging calf fit adjustment and support. • Innovative buckle closure system includes high-impact aluminium bridge closures, with memory settings and a quick release/locking system with self-aligning design for easy, precise closure and improved riding performance. All buckles are replaceable. • Redesigned instep and Achilles accordion flex zones construction for superior comfort, control and support. • Extended microfiber gaiter helps prevent excessive water and dirt entry. • Internal lining includes anti-slip microfiber suede on the heel to help keep foot in position.
  18. Who wants to bet me $100 Cooper Webb vs Tomac? I get Tomac. I'm so sick of these one line get the start and you are good tracks in SX. Men take MX titles, SX doesn't matter to real fans unless you douche. I guarantee Webb can't stick to Tomac or Roczen through a entire outdoor title. This coming from a guy who loves Webb. First come, first serve. Change my mind. In other words man up or shut up.
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