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Reply to The last High Point National... 2/24/2015 11:05 AM

News to me and I live 15 minutes away, work in the Racer Productions office and sit on the other side of the wall from someone who's family own the property. In other words, not true.

Reply to Atlanta SX questions 2/18/2015 10:24 AM

I've walked multiple ways from the dome back to downtown hotels and never had any issue other than the 1 time I walked slightly south, then east from the dome and was only asked for money "to ride the train"... As long as you walk east from the dome, ... more »

Reply to Moving to Raleigh NC 2/13/2015 11:54 AM

I'll also say that most everywhere mentioned so far is pretty good from what I've seen. Zoo City is a good track too and the folks that run the place are awesome. I've been putting on the annual GP race at Zoo City for a few years now and they're always ... more »

Reply to Fast Pro's from your state. 2/10/2015 4:58 PM

Most of everyone from NC has been mentioned already but a few additions: Kyle Peters Cody Gragg Then on the Offroad side Trevor Bollinger Jesse Robinson And NC residents from elsewhere Kailub Russell Charlie Mullins Josh Strang Chris Bach (part time ... more »

Reply to MX Tracks near Asheville, NC?? 2/10/2015 1:36 PM

+1 on Iron City. It sat for a while but it's been revamped and when they're open, they definitely put a lot of work into it. Vance Earl took over maintaining it with the help of another local guy, Mike LaFollette, who is absolutely awesome on any piece ... more »

Reply to What is the oldest bike you could win on? 2/5/2015 1:56 PM

I honestly think that when it comes to off-road, for an average (and even a little above average) speed guy, the 08-10 KTM's are still just as competitive as the newer ones. In 2012, on the GNCC track crew we had 2012 Husaberg TE300, which was essentially ... more »

Reply to 1 Foot or 2 Feet Down... 1/13/2015 12:25 PM

Left foot down, right foot on kickstarter is the only way to go unless you've got a button, which then I still recommend kicking it... Oh we're not talking about dead engine starts? My bad.

Reply to Careers of Vital Forum members 1/2/2015 11:39 AM

I'm a semi-professional race car driver and an amateur tattoo artist. Actually, to be honest I'm sitting here typing this reply from inside the Racer Productions/MX Sports/Racer X global international world HQ. I raced growing up and back in 2010 my

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Reply to how do you warm up your 250 2 stroke? 12/2/2014 10:25 AM

I usually start by throwing my boots on with my Wranglers and a Def Leppard t-shirt, then I put on the helmet I found in my dad's gear bag from the 80s. I start it with the choke on, then blip the throttle 1 time and jam it into gear right away. It usually ... more »

Reply to 2nd OA on a KTM 150 10/7/2014 6:40 PM

Wattsy also rode and won on every bike that KTM offered that year. 125, 200, 250, 300, 380 (all 2-strokes) However, that was 2000 and Scott Summers was pretty much the only one to race a 4-stroke back then other than when Watts also rode the 400. 250 ... more »

Reply to Unadilla - where to stay? 7/23/2014 7:15 AM

There's more hotel options and food selection in Utica, but Norwich is a bit closer. However, Norwich only has a few options on hotels and not too much as far as places to eat. There's a couple of good places in Norwich but the one place to keep in mind ... more »

Reply to Pro ATV's faster than Pro bikes at redbud! 7/10/2014 9:23 AM

Never mind

Reply to Best suspension company for cross country and moto!!?? 7/2/2014 8:09 AM

If you're looking for something that will work good for both on a KTM, PG has you covered for sure. www.ridepgsuspension.com

Reply to Indiana MX National track build-out continues... 4/23/2014 8:35 AM

It's like comparing apples and oranges here, but, here's a couple of photos from the Monday after the GNCC there last year. This is after the woods had been gone through with Sweco's (those are those small trail dozers for those who don't know) and I ... more »

Reply to Indiana MX National track build-out continues... 4/21/2014 8:16 PM

I can assure anyone, having stood from various angles around that place, that it's a lot better for viewing than photos allow you to believe! Most of the track sits down in, or is on the sides of a valley. You can see a lot up top, you can even see a ... more »

Reply to Neon orange gear? 4/21/2014 12:14 PM

In all seriousness though, the brightest I've ever seen is definitely the Troy Lee stuff. It seems to have more of a pop than the others. Past that, the next brightest would probably be Alias. They've got a couple of different options when it comes to ... more »

Reply to Neon orange gear? 4/21/2014 12:04 PM


Reply to Ryan Sipes and GNCC 3/11/2014 6:46 PM

Definitely a pretty tough course but there was also a good bit of trail that was a lot of fun in my opinion. We've already made our way to Georgia and Barry Hawk and myself spent this afternoon getting a loop spot arrowed and starting to get ready for ... more »

Reply to Mx Number companies. 2/27/2014 7:19 PM

I'll gladly admit that it's easy to buy the numbers offered by quite a few companies, but don't overlook PG. We don't typically offer individual numbers, but drop me a line at jared@ridepg.com and I'll set you up with something, and could probably get ... more »

Reply to Ryan Sipes to GNCC 2/12/2014 2:25 PM

Yeah, he mentioned that was the plan months ago. He's already been doing some local off-road races in preparation. He's on a KTM with help from Rockstar and WMR among others.