Cianciarulo championship??

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12/27/2018 2:47 PM

Im taken Cianciarulo for a regional 250 title this year and outdoors.. this is the year he figures it out!


Who do you got?

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12/27/2018 2:56 PM

I agree 100% with Supercross and am super hopeful he can stay healthy and win outdoors as well.

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12/27/2018 3:41 PM

Dude will have a great career either way if he stays healthy. Its his to lose this year though. All the sand baggers are gone.

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12/27/2018 3:51 PM

I have him too, its time. The universe has aligned and everybody besides Davalos is finally in their correct class and this is going to be an incredible year for both classes. Both champs moved up so its primed for some exciting new faces. Cant wait.

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12/27/2018 4:54 PM

Texas Built wrote:

Dude will have a great career either way if he stays healthy. Its his to lose this year though. All the sand baggers are gone.

Uhh, you do realize this is his 5 or 6th year in the class

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12/27/2018 4:55 PM

Texas Built wrote:

Dude will have a great career either way if he stays healthy. Its his to lose this year though. All the sand baggers are gone.

slumpstone wrote:

Uhh, you do realize this is his 5 or 6th year in the class

Some people on these forums have given him the forever young pass

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"Life is Too Short To Last Long"

12/27/2018 4:59 PM

McElrath.

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12/27/2018 5:18 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/27/2018 5:25 PM

Texas Built wrote:

Dude will have a great career either way if he stays healthy. Its his to lose this year though. All the sand baggers are gone.

slumpstone wrote:

Uhh, you do realize this is his 5 or 6th year in the class

Motodave15 wrote:

Some people on these forums have given him the forever young pass

It's more of a "still young" pass. That's the way it is, even 5-6 years after you start, if you break in at 16.

Time is ticking on all athletes, though.

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12/27/2018 5:27 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/27/2018 5:34 PM

psg119 wrote:

McElrath.

I’m a Kawasaki fan but mcelrath is too legit.

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12/27/2018 5:46 PM

I'm on Team AC and Team Kenny for 2019.

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12/27/2018 5:49 PM

I’m hoping AC wins both. But Justin Cooper will be really tough to beat in the outdoors I think.

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12/27/2018 6:08 PM

Depends on who's on which coast.
Sexton could surprise indoors.
I have Ferrandis winning a title, no matter who's on his coast.

Interested also to see how Covington will do

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12/27/2018 6:10 PM

Who?

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12/27/2018 6:13 PM

With AC92,Ferrandis and Mc Elrath on the West it will be a battle. Looking forward to the 1st race and see who steps up.

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12/27/2018 6:16 PM

Texas Built wrote:

Dude will have a great career either way if he stays healthy. Its his to lose this year though. All the sand baggers are gone.

slumpstone wrote:

Uhh, you do realize this is his 5 or 6th year in the class

Motodave15 wrote:

Some people on these forums have given him the forever young pass

He was injured for like 3 straight years after his rookie season... at 16. Chillax. What about AMart, Davalos, JMart...etc.

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12/27/2018 6:16 PM

I'm on the bandwagon! Go Adam!

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12/27/2018 6:23 PM

With the social media he is putting out,hanging with KR94 and the skill he has makes me vote his way.
Look forward to seeing AC and Roczen with SX titles this year

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12/27/2018 6:25 PM

If we believe what we've been told so far the west will have AC92, Shane McElrath, Dylan Ferrandis, Colt Nichols and RJ Hampshire as its top riders. Only 2 of these guys have ever won a Supercross, and the odds of guys winning both their first race and title in the same year is on the low side. So, I think the west will really come down to Adam against Shane. And I think McElrath probably has a bit more consistency....so he's my guy. With Cianciarulo he just seems prone to the small mistakes.

As for the other 3, I think Ferrandis will be really, really good. DV will have him ready. But he has some bad luck with injuries. Same with RJ and Colt, they are both injury prone. But I could see any of these three winning races and getting into the title fight.

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Old MXer turned Superfan.

12/27/2018 6:50 PM

It's definitely possibly if he can stop all the little mistakes.

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12/27/2018 7:02 PM

He's riding sooooo well right now.

More power to him!

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I ripped a start from Egypt and I was happy about that.

12/27/2018 8:50 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/27/2018 8:53 PM

hamncheeze wrote:

If we believe what we've been told so far the west will have AC92, Shane McElrath, Dylan Ferrandis, Colt Nichols and RJ Hampshire as its top riders. Only 2 of these guys have ever won a Supercross, and the odds of guys winning both their first race and title in the same year is on the low side. So, I think the west will really come down to Adam against Shane. And I think McElrath probably has a bit more consistency....so he's my guy. With Cianciarulo he just seems prone to the small mistakes.

As for the other 3, I think Ferrandis will be really, really good. DV will have him ready. But he has some bad luck with injuries. Same with RJ and Colt, they are both injury prone. But I could see any of these three winning races and getting into the title fight.

x2 92 vs 12, what about the East coast, Smith and who else? Forkner (east?), Sexton, Covington, Craig, Cooper and Davalos?

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12/27/2018 9:00 PM

TSCHAM101 wrote:

Im taken Cianciarulo for a regional 250 title this year and outdoors.. this is the year he figures it out!


Who do you got?

I'm with you on this one. He is coming in strong and has a few years of shit luck behind him. By now he will have figured out what he needs to do to get it done.

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Non Gratum Anus Rodentum

12/27/2018 9:03 PM

Duh. Training in Santa Barbara gives you super powers.

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12/27/2018 9:16 PM

With the 4 title contenders moving up to 450s and J Mart being hurt, the top of the 250 SX classes is a on the thin side. At least on paper.

AC and McElrath have to be the favorites on the West. AC has lost the last 2 titles by 2 points. McElrath has been in the hunt, besides having a bad race or two each season that knocked him out of contention.

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12/27/2018 11:27 PM

psg119 wrote:

McElrath.

Its his year

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12/27/2018 11:44 PM

I still believe in Forkner.

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12/28/2018 12:17 AM

Money would probably be on McElrath but hoping (side bet) its the five best rappers of all time.

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12/28/2018 12:28 AM

WCRider wrote:

I still believe in Forkner.

No way payton will have them both on the same coast.

I think it is McElrath's year, with Cianciarulo and Ferrandis as his greatest competitors (if they stay healthy, they both havent finished an injury free year for 4 years now). On either coast i see possibily Sexton, Forkner and Nichols winning races as well. Hopefully I miss somebody for a great surprise smile

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12/28/2018 1:15 AM

Cortami79 wrote:

No way payton will have them both on the same coast.

I think it is McElrath's year, with Cianciarulo and Ferrandis as his greatest competitors (if they stay healthy, they both havent finished an injury free year for 4 years now). On either coast i see possibily Sexton, Forkner and Nichols winning races as well. Hopefully I miss somebody for a great surprise smile

You right, it was about outdoors.

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12/28/2018 1:17 AM

Falk ride east or west ?

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