Alex Martins remount ....pure gold!

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6/23/2018 9:09 PM

Eli should take note of this.

With 2 laps to go when Alex threw it away after hitting the kicker, I was impressed with him jumping over his bike and being back in the chase in a matter of seconds.This picture is of his remount, not the crash. I love those Martin bros! Two of the best we have....let’s hope for the best for Jmart Photo

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6/23/2018 9:09 PM

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6/24/2018 6:48 AM

Ninja move over the bike lol

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6/24/2018 6:50 AM

That's some Mortal Kombat shit right there haha!!

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6/24/2018 7:07 AM

LOL, here come the Photoshops!

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6/24/2018 8:11 AM

Both Martin's are awesome for sure.

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6/24/2018 8:27 AM

Fourth_Floor wrote:

That's some Mortal Kombat shit right there haha!!

What amazed me is this guy just busted ass for 30 mins at National leading speed and instead of running around the bike to remount he flies over it....with big clunky boots! Always liked him but now he is bumped up to hero status

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6/24/2018 10:07 AM

Eli would still be checking his pants buckle

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6/24/2018 10:47 AM

Watching the highlights I thought he flipped ferrandis off laughing
Didn't watch the race so I figured something had happened prior to that crash

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6/24/2018 10:52 AM

He even got in the anger-with-himself hand waving gestures without wasting a second! That was a spectacular helicopter dismount with an equally impressive remount!.....Thinking good thoughts for JMart!

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6/24/2018 10:55 AM

Impressive he knew which side was the correct side to pick up the bike... I am so fucking tired of seeing pros either backward hand the pick up (right hand on clutch side, left on throttle), or kinda just stare at their bike before picking it up the wrong (and slow) way...

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6/24/2018 11:16 AM

Yeah loved seeing the fire and intensity he had after the crash, not a second waisted.

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6/24/2018 11:40 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/24/2018 11:42 AM

hmmm i want Eli or Alex on my team. Cant decide hmm....Hero status because Alex Martin crashed? Ive seen 80 beginners spaz out too

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6/24/2018 11:40 AM

I want to see Alex win one so bad. He is almost like watching JS7 these days. You just expect the unexpected. LOL
Seems like a great person though in staying positive.

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6/24/2018 1:08 PM

High energy late in the race, amazing stuff!

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6/24/2018 4:35 PM

His grandpa taught me to ride. He was THE most graceful crasher TO THIS DAY I have ever seen! No joke

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6/24/2018 5:11 PM

It's even more amazing how fast he was going when you see he was running a road racing slick back tire!!!

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6/24/2018 8:28 PM

Two of my favorite riders! Fing awesome

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6/24/2018 9:19 PM

Check this week's View From The Infield for Alex Martin's crash in moto one. I don't get a lot of crash shots, but that one was notable. I'm also not sure that TV caught it...

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6/24/2018 9:24 PM

GuyB wrote:

Check this week's View From The Infield for Alex Martin's crash in moto one. I don't get a lot of crash shots, but that one was notable. I'm also not sure that TV caught it...

Thanks for steering me over to view from the infield....I never knew that section existed!

Great shot of his first Moto get off. He looks as ninja leaving the bike as he does when he’s going for the remount

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6/24/2018 10:25 PM

The World Cup Soccer players need to watch this and learn how to get back on your feet after a tumble.

Big fan of the Martin bros attitude!

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6/25/2018 9:49 AM

I can't believe how those FIFA babies fake injury and act like they've been gut shot with a 44 every time someone gets within six inches of them. They're ruining the game. Do they not know that all that crap is caught on camera? The sanctioning body should put a drama rule in place. Such whiny babies.

I was watching a match out of the corner of my eye on a restaurant TV this past Sunday. Don't know who it was, but the goalie came out to throw a ball back in, and an opposing player crossed in front of him. Goalie takes a tumble, grabs his leg, writhing on the ground. Trainer comes out, works on him. Cameras show back-up goalie warming up. I think to myself, that drama queen will be back in the net in no time. Sure enough, about 90 seconds later, he's back up, faking a limp as he goes back to the net.

Makes me proud of the toughness of our crowd. Sorry to hijack. Rant over.

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