MXdN @ Red Bud??

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mauidex

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7/8/2012 11:37 AM

when is the MXd gonna be in the US again?? what does Red bud have to do to get that race?? Arguably one of, if not the best, place for it next go round I'd say............

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7/8/2012 12:38 PM

mauidex wrote:

when is the MXd gonna be in the US again?? what does Red bud have to do to get that race?? Arguably one of, if not the best, place for it next go round I'd say............

It'll be a crime if it's not a Red Bud next time it's here.

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7/8/2012 12:48 PM

mauidex wrote:

when is the MXd gonna be in the US again?? what does Red bud have to do to get that race?? Arguably one of, if not the best, place for it next go round I'd say............

what does Red bud have to do to get that race??


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7/8/2012 12:48 PM
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Knock down the leap. How bad would the Euros get worked at Red Bud? That would be carnage.

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7/8/2012 12:53 PM

That is a great track! Love to see the next US MXdN there.

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7/8/2012 12:55 PM
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uk125250 wrote:

Knock down the leap. How bad would the Euros get worked at Red Bud? That would be carnage.

What happen to your original post? Made no sense at all

I quote you "the director is always fascinated by any rider picking their bike up and starting it, or pulling into the pits with an issue."

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7/8/2012 1:02 PM
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jimmie wrote:

What happen to your original post? Made no sense at all

I quote you "the director is always fascinated by any rider picking their bike up and starting it, or pulling into the pits with an issue."

It wasn't meant for this thread. It was meant for the wonderful coverage of mx on NBC thread. Had to change it to something. Lol

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7/8/2012 1:07 PM

uk125250 wrote:

Knock down the leap. How bad would the Euros get worked at Red Bud? That would be carnage.

jimmie wrote:

What happen to your original post? Made no sense at all

I quote you "the director is always fascinated by any rider picking their bike up and starting it, or pulling into the pits with an issue."

uk125250 wrote:

It wasn't meant for this thread. It was meant for the wonderful coverage of mx on NBC thread. Had to change it to something. Lol

All good.

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7/8/2012 1:09 PM

mauidex wrote:

when is the MXd gonna be in the US again?? what does Red bud have to do to get that race?? Arguably one of, if not the best, place for it next go round I'd say............

All they have to do is to agree to host one of the biggest Motocross events ever and do it at a loss.

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7/8/2012 1:13 PM

uk125250 wrote:

Knock down the leap. How bad would the Euros get worked at Red Bud? That would be carnage.

I'll tell you that I was impressed how well the Euros rode Glen Helen at the USGP. Don't totally underestimate their skills.

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7/8/2012 1:17 PM

They need 1.2 million dollars.

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7/8/2012 1:21 PM

HuskyEd wrote:

I'll tell you that I was impressed how well the Euros rode Glen Helen at the USGP. Don't totally underestimate their skills.

I don't at all. I do like getting people worked up though. Anybody who can ride a dirt bike on a professional level is impressive to me. I realize how good they are.

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7/8/2012 1:31 PM

uk125250 wrote:

Knock down the leap. How bad would the Euros get worked at Red Bud? That would be carnage.

HuskyEd wrote:

I'll tell you that I was impressed how well the Euros rode Glen Helen at the USGP. Don't totally underestimate their skills.

uk125250 wrote:

I don't at all. I do like getting people worked up though. Anybody who can ride a dirt bike on a professional level is impressive to me. I realize how good they are.

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7/8/2012 1:37 PM

uk125250 wrote:

Knock down the leap. How bad would the Euros get worked at Red Bud? That would be carnage.

Did it hurt Musquin, or Roczen, or Rattray yesterday?

Go Dungey!

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7/8/2012 1:38 PM

HuskyEd wrote:

I'll tell you that I was impressed how well the Euros rode Glen Helen at the USGP. Don't totally underestimate their skills.

uk125250 wrote:

I don't at all. I do like getting people worked up though. Anybody who can ride a dirt bike on a professional level is impressive to me. I realize how good they are.

HuskyEd wrote:

Shit stirrer!

Uk is just upset that the GP's get all the cool factory toys and the Nats get modified stock bikes

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7/8/2012 1:45 PM
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Did it hurt Musquin, or Roczen, or Rattray yesterday?

None of them won today. They were the top foreigners though. Lol I say things in good fun. I love watching Roczen and Musquin ride. All three of them seem like really good guys. Rattray reminds me of Mike Brown.

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7/8/2012 3:15 PM

From what I have always read is that it isnt a great buisness plan to do a MXDN here. From what MXA and other stuff that has been wrote about it is that Beasly and Thunder valleys owners didnt make anything by hosting it. As much as I would love to see Red Bud have it they will probably have it somewhere else unfortunatly.

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7/8/2012 4:48 PM

uk125250 wrote:

Knock down the leap. How bad would the Euros get worked at Red Bud? That would be carnage.

HuskyEd wrote:

I'll tell you that I was impressed how well the Euros rode Glen Helen at the USGP. Don't totally underestimate their skills.

Glen Helen is definately more like a GP track,its a shame its not still in the series

And make the leap bigger for Paulin,I love to see him stretching it out over the big stuff


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