Reed has raced supercross in 4 different decades.

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1/5/2020 7:23 PM

Is he the 1st to do it? Started in 1999 & finished in 2020.

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1/5/2020 7:44 PM

He raced AMA Supercross in ‘99?

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1/5/2020 7:47 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/5/2020 7:47 PM

Threw me off since it's only a 21 year span. Pretty neat useless fact though.

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1/5/2020 7:58 PM

Must have been after his 16th birthday in March ‘99.

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1/5/2020 8:08 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/5/2020 8:09 PM

Been thinking of possible riders, but nothing close for Supercross.

Think of the different bike chassis'/powerplants he's raced in that time period:

125 2-stroke - carb - steel frame
250 2-stroke - carb - steel frame
250 4-stroke - carb - steel frame (MX)
250 2-stroke - carb - aluminum frame
450 4-stroke - carb - steel frame (MX)
450 4-stroke - carb - aluminum frame
450 4-stroke - FI - steel frame
450 4-stroke - FI - aluminum frame

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1/5/2020 8:13 PM

Xeno wrote:

Must have been after his 16th birthday in March ‘99.

*March '98.

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1/5/2020 8:16 PM

I put that question to Matthes and Weigant a couple months ago. (If he was the only one to race in four different decades). I believe Larry ward has wins in multiple decades having a win in three different decades.

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1/5/2020 8:26 PM

John Dowd did this in Motocross correct?

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1/5/2020 8:29 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/5/2020 8:30 PM

Ted722 wrote:

Been thinking of possible riders, but nothing close for Supercross.

Think of the different bike chassis'/powerplants he's raced in that time period:

125 2-stroke - carb - steel frame
250 2-stroke - carb - steel frame
250 4-stroke - carb - steel frame (MX)
250 2-stroke - carb - aluminum frame
450 4-stroke - carb - steel frame (MX)
450 4-stroke - carb - aluminum frame
450 4-stroke - FI - steel frame
450 4-stroke - FI - aluminum frame

I don't think he has ever raced a 125? He went straight to the 250 class as a 16 year old in Australia for Factory Suzuki.

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1/5/2020 8:32 PM

Ted722 wrote:

Been thinking of possible riders, but nothing close for Supercross.

Think of the different bike chassis'/powerplants he's raced in that time period:

125 2-stroke - carb - steel frame
250 2-stroke - carb - steel frame
250 4-stroke - carb - steel frame (MX)
250 2-stroke - carb - aluminum frame
450 4-stroke - carb - steel frame (MX)
450 4-stroke - carb - aluminum frame
450 4-stroke - FI - steel frame
450 4-stroke - FI - aluminum frame

big.dos wrote:

I don't think he has ever raced a 125? He went straight to the 250 class as a 16 year old in Australia for Factory Suzuki.

RacerX Vault has him on a 125 Suzuki '99 at San Diego. Maybe there's a pic floating around somewhere?

https://vault.racerxonline.com/rider/chad-reed/races

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1/5/2020 8:45 PM

Ted722 wrote:

Been thinking of possible riders, but nothing close for Supercross.

Think of the different bike chassis'/powerplants he's raced in that time period:

125 2-stroke - carb - steel frame
250 2-stroke - carb - steel frame
250 4-stroke - carb - steel frame (MX)
250 2-stroke - carb - aluminum frame
450 4-stroke - carb - steel frame (MX)
450 4-stroke - carb - aluminum frame
450 4-stroke - FI - steel frame
450 4-stroke - FI - aluminum frame

big.dos wrote:

I don't think he has ever raced a 125? He went straight to the 250 class as a 16 year old in Australia for Factory Suzuki.

Ted722 wrote:

RacerX Vault has him on a 125 Suzuki '99 at San Diego. Maybe there's a pic floating around somewhere?

https://vault.racerxonline.com/rider/chad-reed/races

There are pics. I think the race can be found on the web actually. Reed has talked about the experience in interviews than. Hard to believe that Byrne and Macfarlane has him covered slightly before they all left. Reed was younger though

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1/6/2020 12:09 PM

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1/6/2020 12:15 PM

SRT392 wrote: Photo

Awesome pic, love all the no fear banners. cool cool cool

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1/6/2020 12:19 PM

He's also the last rider to have raced a 2-stroke at the professional level.

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"Life is Too Short To Last Long"

1/6/2020 12:27 PM

Interesting fact... and I realised that I am into my 6th decade.

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1/6/2020 12:31 PM

Motodave15 wrote:

He's also the last rider to have raced a 2-stroke at the professional level.

Stank Dog and Cody Williams come to mind right away, but I know there are a few others

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1/6/2020 1:01 PM

lostboy819 wrote:

Awesome pic, love all the no fear banners. cool cool cool

What on earth is that grassy looking stuff to the left of the No Fear banners ??

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1/6/2020 1:10 PM


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1999 Supercross Results

1999 San Diego - 125WSX Supercross Results
125WSX Results
Rider Hometown Machine
1 Casey A Johnson Hesperia, CA Yamaha
2 Casey Lytle Saugus, CA Yamaha
3 Nathan Ramsey Hixson, TN Kawasaki
4 Alessio Chiodi Willow Grove, PA Husqvarna
5 Michael Brandes Ukiah, CA Suzuki
6 Charles Bogard Grand Prairie, TX Suzuki
7 Isaiah V Johnson Albuquerque, NM Yamaha
8 Ryan D Clark Albuquerque, NM Kawasaki
9 Scott Sheak Germantown, NY Kawasaki
10 David Pingree Scottsdale, AZ Suzuki
11 Travis A Preston Hesperia, CA Suzuki
12 Erick Vallejo Mexico Kawasaki
13 Tyler Evans Salinas, CA Suzuki
14 Donald Upton Sun City, CA Honda
15 Keith R Johnson Albuquerque, NM Yamaha
16 Billy Payne Simi Valley, CA Kawasaki
17 Chad Reed Kurri Kurri, Australia Suzuki
18 Brad Hagseth Onalaska, WA Honda
19 Greg S Schnell Rancho Cucamonga, CA Yamaha
20 Andy R Harrington El Cajon, CA Yamaha
21 Rusty Holland Fresno, CA Suzuki
22 Jimmy Varis Sweden Suzuki
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1/6/2020 1:11 PM

Based on his pitiful and embarrassing display Saturday at A1 I think it must be closer to 6 decades. What an ass clown. Hopefully he found his table clothes which would mean the weekend wasn't a total bust. Some people don't know when to just go away.

P.S. Before I get my flame suit zipped up, remember, this is the USA and we're allowed to dislike things others like...

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1/6/2020 1:16 PM

Black Diesel Bomber wrote:

John Dowd did this in Motocross correct?

Not even close!

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“Let the Good Times Roll”

1/6/2020 1:17 PM

O&GDriller wrote:

Based on his pitiful and embarrassing display Saturday at A1 I think it must be closer to 6 decades. What an ass clown. Hopefully he found his table clothes which would mean the weekend wasn't a total bust. Some people don't know when to just go away.

P.S. Before I get my flame suit zipped up, remember, this is the USA and we're allowed to dislike things others like...

Cool, you said your piece. Now disappear dickhead! Fuck your flame suit. You deserve to burn.

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“Let the Good Times Roll”

1/6/2020 1:19 PM

O&GDriller wrote:

Based on his pitiful and embarrassing display Saturday at A1 I think it must be closer to 6 decades. What an ass clown. Hopefully he found his table clothes which would mean the weekend wasn't a total bust. Some people don't know when to just go away.

P.S. Before I get my flame suit zipped up, remember, this is the USA and we're allowed to dislike things others like...

Cool we can all dislike you then assclown.

Go away.

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1/6/2020 1:20 PM

Black Diesel Bomber wrote:

John Dowd did this in Motocross correct?

Racer111 wrote:

Not even close!

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

1/6/2020 1:21 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/6/2020 1:22 PM

SRT392 wrote: Photo

Cool pick but I’m fairly certain that would be in Australia not San Diego judging by the triple m banner ( radio station) .

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1/6/2020 1:23 PM

Black Diesel Bomber wrote:

John Dowd did this in Motocross correct?

Racer111 wrote:

Not even close!

Not even close? 80's, 90's, 2000's, 2010's, and if he races this year he will be adding the 2020 years as well.

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1/6/2020 1:24 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/6/2020 1:24 PM

SRT392 wrote: Photo

lostboy819 wrote:

Awesome pic, love all the no fear banners. cool cool cool

Bramlett321 wrote:

What on earth is that grassy looking stuff to the left of the No Fear banners ??

That’s a hay bale mate smile

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1/6/2020 1:27 PM

O&GDriller wrote:

Based on his pitiful and embarrassing display Saturday at A1 I think it must be closer to 6 decades. What an ass clown. Hopefully he found his table clothes which would mean the weekend wasn't a total bust. Some people don't know when to just go away.

P.S. Before I get my flame suit zipped up, remember, this is the USA and we're allowed to dislike things others like...

I guess you posted elsewhere about all pitiful 20-something ass clowns that couldn’t beat Reed, and take his spot in the main. Right?

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1/6/2020 1:29 PM

SRT392 wrote:
Home

1999 Supercross Results

1999 San Diego - 125WSX Supercross Results
125WSX Results
Rider Hometown Machine
1 Casey A Johnson Hesperia, CA Yamaha
2 Casey Lytle Saugus, CA Yamaha
3 Nathan Ramsey Hixson, TN Kawasaki
4 Alessio Chiodi Willow Grove, PA Husqvarna
5 Michael Brandes Ukiah, CA Suzuki
6 Charles Bogard Grand Prairie, TX Suzuki
7 Isaiah V Johnson Albuquerque, NM Yamaha
8 Ryan D Clark Albuquerque, NM Kawasaki
9 Scott Sheak Germantown, NY Kawasaki
10 David Pingree Scottsdale, AZ Suzuki
11 Travis A Preston Hesperia, CA Suzuki
12 Erick Vallejo Mexico Kawasaki
13 Tyler Evans Salinas, CA Suzuki
14 Donald Upton Sun City, CA Honda
15 Keith R Johnson Albuquerque, NM Yamaha
16 Billy Payne Simi Valley, CA Kawasaki
17 Chad Reed Kurri Kurri, Australia Suzuki
18 Brad Hagseth Onalaska, WA Honda
19 Greg S Schnell Rancho Cucamonga, CA Yamaha
20 Andy R Harrington El Cajon, CA Yamaha
21 Rusty Holland Fresno, CA Suzuki
22 Jimmy Varis Sweden Suzuki

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"Life is Too Short To Last Long"

1/6/2020 1:33 PM

SRT392 wrote: Photo

lostboy819 wrote:

Awesome pic, love all the no fear banners. cool cool cool

Bramlett321 wrote:

What on earth is that grassy looking stuff to the left of the No Fear banners ??

holy shit ur young, and you're making my 31 yr old self feel ancient with this question lol... But those are Haybales, and there were two riders who were magnents for crashing into them. 1. Ezra lusk in whoops and 2. Greg alberyn

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"Life is Too Short To Last Long"

1/6/2020 1:38 PM

SRT392 wrote:
Home

1999 Supercross Results

1999 San Diego - 125WSX Supercross Results
125WSX Results
Rider Hometown Machine
1 Casey A Johnson Hesperia, CA Yamaha
2 Casey Lytle Saugus, CA Yamaha
3 Nathan Ramsey Hixson, TN Kawasaki
4 Alessio Chiodi Willow Grove, PA Husqvarna
5 Michael Brandes Ukiah, CA Suzuki
6 Charles Bogard Grand Prairie, TX Suzuki
7 Isaiah V Johnson Albuquerque, NM Yamaha
8 Ryan D Clark Albuquerque, NM Kawasaki
9 Scott Sheak Germantown, NY Kawasaki
10 David Pingree Scottsdale, AZ Suzuki
11 Travis A Preston Hesperia, CA Suzuki
12 Erick Vallejo Mexico Kawasaki
13 Tyler Evans Salinas, CA Suzuki
14 Donald Upton Sun City, CA Honda
15 Keith R Johnson Albuquerque, NM Yamaha
16 Billy Payne Simi Valley, CA Kawasaki
17 Chad Reed Kurri Kurri, Australia Suzuki
18 Brad Hagseth Onalaska, WA Honda
19 Greg S Schnell Rancho Cucamonga, CA Yamaha
20 Andy R Harrington El Cajon, CA Yamaha
21 Rusty Holland Fresno, CA Suzuki
22 Jimmy Varis Sweden Suzuki

Motodave15 wrote:

I've watched this and no visual sign of Reed. They dont even have Reed shown on the main event lineup but they mention his name before the gate drops.

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