RIP Georges Jobe
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Just to point out an extract who he was, pretty cool story above.
To bad, our thoughts with his family and friends.
God Speed Georges Jobe!
This past weekend I just watched the 1985 World Supercross finale at the LA Coliseum and they had an interview with him and I started wondering what he was up to these days.
another MX Legend gone too soon, RIP Georges,
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1. Get a good start
2. Don't crash
Pretty sad right now. He really had a tough time the last few years and he just kept fighting until the end. Remember interviewing him a little while ago on skype and he remained positive about recovery.
125 wrote: Damn it man.
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What a great racer and person. Had the enjoyment of talking with him at length back in 2002 at the Vintage Iron World Championships / Yamaha Race of Champions event at Glen Helen discussing his air suspension systems. Still have his business card in my desk at home. So cool to see him racing motos on a YZ125, YZ250F, YZ250 and YZ426 over the course of the weekend. RIP sir.
Dan Betley. November, 2014, Interview...The Return of Big Red...
"But the difference is now Japan’s tired of losing in America. They want to win."
secondly,why are so many deaths this time of year.i cant take it.its too fucken many.
And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.
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Wandell wrote: Rest in peace. We've lost another legend of the sport.
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