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11/24/2019 5:24 PM

I'm going with JMB.

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 5:25 PM

Any discipline.

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 5:31 PM

Bailey, Hansen, and Pourcel would be in the top 10

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 5:34 PM

Dungey without question.

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11/24/2019 5:36 PM

Come on, how can you not say McGrath?! I would think it’s a no brainer right? Or Carmichael?

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11/24/2019 5:37 PM

how about the most talented rider ever??? or the rider who could ride a dirtbike the best??? Hmmmmm......

Good grief, A1 can't come any sooner...

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11/24/2019 5:39 PM

Moto Obsessed wrote:

how about the most talented rider ever??? or the rider who could ride a dirtbike the best??? Hmmmmm......

Good grief, A1 can't come any sooner...

So, who you going with?

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 5:39 PM

John Penton

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11/24/2019 5:39 PM

JMB or JS7 in my opinion. Could probably throw McGrath in there too.

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11/24/2019 5:43 PM

Motocross racers are highly skilled, but if we are talking about skilled riders of ANY discipline, I don’t think that any of them are in the top 5.
There are so many other guys with mad skills that race/ ride motorcycles.

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11/24/2019 5:45 PM

langhammx wrote:

Motocross racers are highly skilled, but if we are talking about skilled riders of ANY discipline, I don’t think that any of them are in the top 5.
There are so many other guys with mad skills that race/ ride motorcycles.

For sure, who say you?

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 5:45 PM

Malcom Smith

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11/24/2019 5:46 PM

Toni bou, not even close.

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11/24/2019 5:59 PM

Hey DV12, who do you think of when you think of (one) of the most skilled riders?

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 6:17 PM

langhammx wrote:

Motocross racers are highly skilled, but if we are talking about skilled riders of ANY discipline, I don’t think that any of them are in the top 5.
There are so many other guys with mad skills that race/ ride motorcycles.

I may have to disagree. Mxers have higher consequences for mistakes.

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 6:23 PM

The answer is James Stewart if we are talking SX/MX.

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11/24/2019 6:26 PM

Ramrod wrote:

The answer is James Stewart if we are talking SX/MX.

It would be cool to see James, JMB, Bailey, and KW battle in their prime.

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 6:46 PM

I'm biased towards NorCal guys but Rodney Smith could do it all.

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11/24/2019 6:52 PM

Marty Tripes

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11/24/2019 6:59 PM

loftyair wrote:

Toni bou, not even close.

No brainer.

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11/24/2019 7:00 PM

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11/24/2019 7:06 PM

ELI(te) TOMAC

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11/24/2019 7:06 PM

langhammx wrote:

Motocross racers are highly skilled, but if we are talking about skilled riders of ANY discipline, I don’t think that any of them are in the top 5.
There are so many other guys with mad skills that race/ ride motorcycles.

oldblood wrote:

I may have to disagree. Mxers have higher consequences for mistakes.

When did MX bikes start hitting 200mph???

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11/24/2019 7:08 PM

2015 5 race wonder tomac hands down.

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11/24/2019 7:18 PM

langhammx wrote:

Motocross racers are highly skilled, but if we are talking about skilled riders of ANY discipline, I don’t think that any of them are in the top 5.
There are so many other guys with mad skills that race/ ride motorcycles.

oldblood wrote:

I may have to disagree. Mxers have higher consequences for mistakes.

Bruce372 wrote:

When did MX bikes start hitting 200mph???

True, but you can't slide on your butt. Which sport has a longer injured list?

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 7:20 PM

Sipes...Have y'all watched any of the redbull general sipes videos? Dude is a legend. Living his best life, winning races in every discipline and having FUN doing it....

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11/24/2019 7:22 PM

oldblood wrote:

I may have to disagree. Mxers have higher consequences for mistakes.

Bruce372 wrote:

When did MX bikes start hitting 200mph???

oldblood wrote:

True, but you can't slide on your butt. Which sport has a longer injured list?

The one with the least amount of fatalities

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11/24/2019 7:35 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/24/2019 7:48 PM

Bruce372 wrote:

When did MX bikes start hitting 200mph???

oldblood wrote:

True, but you can't slide on your butt. Which sport has a longer injured list?

Bruce372 wrote:

The one with the least amount of fatalities

true.

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"If you are going through HELL, keep going."-Winston Churchill
"A man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free"-Zorba

11/24/2019 7:50 PM

Pourcel. To ride that fast and that well with injuries so severe and chronic that they basically took away his ability to store nutrients in his body - is nuts. I watched him not just beat, but annihilate, Dungey at Unadilla back several years ago. The way he rode that track was pure artistry. His line choices were amazing, and they had to be in order for him to preserve enough energy to finish the motos. He would lap a rider, and then the lapped rider would mimic his lines, and they BOTH would catch the next rider. This process kept repeating itself until the checkers fell, and by that time Pourcel looked like he was a locomotive pulling a long line of freight cars. Bubba was amazing to watch too, so was Marty Smith, so was DeCoster (of course), and Cairoli is by far my favorite rider to watch because of his unmatchable race craft and pure determination, but Christophe Pourcel is the most "skilled" rider I've ever seen - and it ain't close.

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11/24/2019 7:51 PM

Andy Carson, 125 pro

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