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With how frantic he rides lately, I don't know if that conspiracy theory flies. He wants the wins, he wants them too bad.
I have mixed feeling about Osbourne this season. It is great to see he has some fire and more speed, not so great that he rides like he is in a major state of panic right from the start, and can't seem to pass without slamming. A perfect example of someone ... more »
I am no expert here, but I have always thought the KTMs were easier to ride and get comfortable on. He hasn't looked comfortable this year. I was hoping to see improvement from Trey last night, it sucks to see him down again. Heal well Trey, make good ... more »
Not totally related to the topic, but every time a post about Kyle pops up, I keep meaning to say it.. He has an odd style. Anybody else notice that he looks like he is riding through a 200MPH wind tunnel when he is racing? It gets more exaggerated when ... more »
I believe Sinisalo was owned by the same company as AXO. I have no idea how that pertains to where they are today, but Sinisalo died about the same time or just before AXO. I do realize AXO is still around, but sadly less popular. I always loved and ... more »
Where is that "like" button we need on Vital? This one is a winner
Bitches dig it too!
I agree with you Justin. The only problem is, once you allow a slight gray area or leave the door open a hair, it will get kicked wide open (especially in today's age). This situation was obviously sincere, but the bigger picture is if you keep everything ... more »
Is it at all weird that he was just on the Factory KTM team where he was let go, and now on the Factory Husky team?
Anderson is going to be on fire. If he can work on his starts, look out.
He has had some good 450 races for sure, I was glad to see him back on a good bike. My concern for Justin is that this definitely seems like his last year on a factory ride to prove himself if he wants to keep the factory rides, hopefully he heals fast ... more »
I'm a Stewart fan you idiot. I don't like the lies and secrecy they shroud themselves with when things aren't right which has been pretty darn common the past few years.
Good on Honda for being forthcoming and honest with the fans. If this had been one of the Stewart brothers, they would have waited until Tuesday, and the message would have been "James was banged up at A2, questionable for round 3".
I am guessing compound fracture of the lower arm. They spent way too much time on the mule stabilizing something before moving off of the track for it to be a typical broken bone. Just guessing as well, sad for Ken. Our season just got typical
Shit, here I am pissed as hell, puffing my chest out like I am tough and all of that. Not sure if I am happy about Kawasaki fixing that or not.
I have said this several times, we need a "like" feature for Vital posts.. Well said and thank you for sharing. I am biting my tongue for many thoughts of all of this.
Kawasaki appears to need to re-check their customers demographics. Apparently they don't care about bike sales outside of California.
I agree with several people here, there is something very wrong. There's no way the bike could be that bad, something has to be wrong with Cooper. He isn't exactly a pussy when it comes to riding with injuries either if you remember last SX season. He ... more »
Hopefully his hands aren't so sensitive too.