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2/28/2020 9:25 AM

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2/28/2020 9:32 AM

bummer!! talk about an unlucky year for Zacho

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2/28/2020 9:33 AM

Well crap.... sad

Prayers for a speedy recovery Zach....

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2/28/2020 9:37 AM

That’s shitty

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Was once there, now old, fat and tired... require much more horsepower now...

2/28/2020 9:37 AM

That really sucks

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2/28/2020 9:45 AM

Dangggg... Big fan... man, those rib/chest injuries not only hurt, but can hurt for months...

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2/28/2020 9:54 AM

So he was the factory rider that would be out this weekend that JT said in his column

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2/28/2020 9:56 AM

sorry , but SX is stupid. I like to think that if I were a talented young rider I would be smart enough to avoid it

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2/28/2020 10:05 AM

Bummer

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2/28/2020 10:08 AM

That synthetic yoga top helped a ton I bet

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2/28/2020 10:13 AM

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2/28/2020 10:14 AM

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2/28/2020 10:15 AM

Skip Intro wrote:

That synthetic yoga top helped a ton I bet

Lululmao

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2/28/2020 10:16 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/28/2020 10:19 AM

Damn, the field continues to thin out.

Musquin, Savatgy, AC, Osborne are all top 10 guys. Then there’s Bogle and Tickle also out that are main event guys.

Heal up quick, guys!

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2/28/2020 10:37 AM

Someone here mentioned maybe two years ago, right before Zacho moved to 450 full time that he didn't see his riding style would suit well the 450 machine, specially is SX. I thought it was a spot on observation. Each year he's been on the premier class he got injured training Supercross.

Wishing a speedy recovery for Zach and I hope he will be ready for the outdoor season.

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2/28/2020 10:41 AM

The meat grinder continues

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2/28/2020 10:51 AM

Well shit...

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2/28/2020 10:54 AM

user760a wrote:

sorry , but SX is stupid. I like to think that if I were a talented young rider I would be smart enough to avoid it

I like outdoors way more than SX but people get hurt riding outdoors too, should the riders avoid motocross as well?

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2/28/2020 10:54 AM

The older I get....the less I bounce!

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2/28/2020 10:56 AM

Man the 450 has not been kind to Zacho. Heal up soon.

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2/28/2020 10:56 AM

user760a wrote:

sorry , but SX is stupid. I like to think that if I were a talented young rider I would be smart enough to avoid it

Most of the Pros wouldn’t survive financially without SX

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2/28/2020 11:00 AM

jorgechavez wrote:

I like outdoors way more than SX but people get hurt riding outdoors too, should the riders avoid motocross as well?

Exactly, look at last year's MXGP season. Injuries galore.

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2/28/2020 11:00 AM

Damn he's had a rough year. Come back strong Zach.

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2/28/2020 11:07 AM

FerCzD wrote:

Someone here mentioned maybe two years ago, right before Zacho moved to 450 full time that he didn't see his riding style would suit well the 450 machine, specially is SX. I thought it was a spot on observation. Each year he's been on the premier class he got injured training Supercross.

Wishing a speedy recovery for Zach and I hope he will be ready for the outdoor season.

I think a lot of his issues stem from his height, or lack thereof. He just looks so small on the bike, must be hard to weight the bike properly when you're so limited to how far you can move your weight forwards and backwards. He always seems to sit really far back whilst leaning all the way forwards too, it just looks wrong. He obviously made it work on the 250 but the 450 is a different beast altogether.

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2/28/2020 11:11 AM

sonofabitch

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2/28/2020 11:16 AM

Dang....right before Daytoner too! blush

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2/28/2020 11:19 AM

hamncheeze wrote:

Exactly, look at last year's MXGP season. Injuries galore.

It’s just an easy way for people who don’t like SX to shit on it. Supercross is definitely more dangerous than outdoors but not nearly as much as some make it seem, at least in my opinion.

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2/28/2020 11:26 AM

JamesOliver wrote:

I think a lot of his issues stem from his height, or lack thereof. He just looks so small on the bike, must be hard to weight the bike properly when you're so limited to how far you can move your weight forwards and backwards. He always seems to sit really far back whilst leaning all the way forwards too, it just looks wrong. He obviously made it work on the 250 but the 450 is a different beast altogether.

Not so sure about that. Both Zach and Carmichael are 5'6". JS7 is 5'7", McGrath is 5'8". Many SX/MX racers that have had successful careers are short.

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2/28/2020 12:19 PM

Osborne is having a horrible second year.

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2/28/2020 12:50 PM

FerCzD wrote:

Someone here mentioned maybe two years ago, right before Zacho moved to 450 full time that he didn't see his riding style would suit well the 450 machine, specially is SX. I thought it was a spot on observation. Each year he's been on the premier class he got injured training Supercross.

Wishing a speedy recovery for Zach and I hope he will be ready for the outdoor season.

JamesOliver wrote:

I think a lot of his issues stem from his height, or lack thereof. He just looks so small on the bike, must be hard to weight the bike properly when you're so limited to how far you can move your weight forwards and backwards. He always seems to sit really far back whilst leaning all the way forwards too, it just looks wrong. He obviously made it work on the 250 but the 450 is a different beast altogether.

dean122 wrote:

Not so sure about that. Both Zach and Carmichael are 5'6". JS7 is 5'7", McGrath is 5'8". Many SX/MX racers that have had successful careers are short.

I dont think webb is much taller than osbourne either and he did pretty good last year too.

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