I expected him to consistently be a few positions higher. Crashes have hurt him a lot but I would say he has generally shown a slight lack of fitness, but that is understandable for the most part. He didn't have a ride coming into the season. What Malcolm ... more »
Started new thread Mugen E.Rex 3/27/2017 12:26 PM
Before you haters start: 1) They more or less made it intentionally gaudy so that it would stand out at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. Mission accomplished. 2) Constructive feedback please. 3) Keep in mind this is an ELECTRIC MOTOCROSS bike developed by
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James Stewart Travis Pastrana Ricky Carmichael Ryan Villopoto And they ALL won the 125 National Motocross title in their rookie seasons.
Brings back a lot memories from riding in NJ when I had no idea what I was doing and loved every minute! Ya'll might remember this one I shot with Bryan Wallace back in 2011. What a blast...wish I could say I was ever good enough to hit stuff like that ... more »
Added reply in a thread Cooper Webb 3/7/2017 6:03 AM
And James Stewart is NOT. Boo.
Added reply in a thread Up and Coming Guys? 3/3/2017 12:03 PM
Can't get enough of his IG: www.instagram.com/carsonbrown_910 Great style, sooo fast, and gets to ride some amazing one-of-kind equipment thanks to his family (BBR). Happy to see he picked up a Team Green ride. Hope he continues climbing up the ranks.
Added reply in a thread Up and Coming Guys? 3/3/2017 8:56 AM
Davalos has been in the 250f class since 2006 (with a factory ride or support the entire time). Maybe there was a time when he thought about going to 450s but I don't think he has any intention of doing so now. Would you move up if you kept getting factory ... more »
Added reply in a thread Stinky Boots 2/28/2017 7:10 AM
Superfeet They're antibacterial and provide superior arch support. They are a little pricey but I use them in ALL of my athletic footwear and they last for a long time. I had terrible stinky footwear and foot pain/support problems before I found these.
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Definitely happened in '92 as well. https://youtu.be/CHE8SI9Rrfc?t=6m20s But yeah, Tomac is not completely unlike Bradshaw from that yeah in terms of results. So far it's mostly been win or lose by a mile. That's why Bradshaw lost the title that year, aside from his final round ... more »
Even did the triple pinch lower triple clamps. Killer. If he could find an A-kit shock from that era and then, two months from now, switch to inverted forks, it would be perfect!
Dirt bikes are unfair to big guys. Buuuuut, we still race them and know what we're getting into. Yep, the heavier you are, the more power you need and SX for anyone weighing over 160lbs is going to be tough on a 250 but you've gotta make it work. Plessinger ... more »
Believe the first one is from A1 2002. Think it was his first SX race in the US and he rode the 250 Class then switched to 125/250F class for East Coast.
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Added reply in a thread Fly Sector Boots 2/13/2017 7:31 AM
Not sure, but they did make the Nike boots
Added reply in a thread Fly Sector Boots 2/13/2017 7:06 AM
They are simply the old TCX boots rebranded as Fly. Actually a pretty solid boot for the money. Inner bootie in the same vain as Astars Tech 10 along with an external flexible brace system that works pretty well. TCX manufactures a number of different ... more »
Consistently technical actually racing right now (in no specific order): Millsaps Musquin M. Stewart Reed Seely The MOST technical and could and/or should be racing (in no specific order): J. Stewart Roczen Guys like Tomac, Webb and Anderson are also ... more »
Yep... looks a lot like the Yamaha, which isn't a bad thing.
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Looks a lot like a '14-'17 Yamaha. Doesn't seem like anything to radical, but looks tasty