With Villopoto already wrapping up the championship, this should make for a cool race! Maybe JS7 will go out on top to make a statement about going into the Outdoor racing season!
▶ Supercross LIVE! 2014 – Check Out All the Excitement of Monster Energy Supercross as it Heads to East Rutherford!
This video is cool, If you don’t know what the experience of supercross is all about, and you want to meet your favorite pro rider, go to a race.
When you purchase a PIT PASS at ANY race you can meet your favorite rider, get his picture and autograph and say whats up! This is seriously one of the coolest things EVER about supercross or outdoor Motocross for that matter.
What other professional sport can you attend that you can actually personally interact with your favorite athlete?
Need proof? Here’s some pics of my son with his favorite riders when we attended Southwick Motocross 338 in August of 2008 including JAMES STEWART (best in the world), ASHLEY FIOLEK (greatest female rider ever), TIME FERRY and My son On Villopoto’s Race bike!
I’ve also included Video of the animated track map of the race in East Rutherford NJ coming up next weekend, this first time Supercross is actually coming to NY. Check this video below for the experience and below that the animated track map!
So after three weeks of James Stewart being perfect, JS7 wasn’t able to keep any food down all week but still managed to pull out a 5th place , leaving 1st for Villopoto. Unless something catastrophic happens in the last three rounds like RV2 going down and not finishing a race , RV Should wrap his 4th title in a row! No doubt he’ll go down in history as one of the best to ever do it! I was really pushing for JS to do it and prove the haters wrong. In any case he had a great year!
This guy could have won the title too! Too bad he got hurt!
Supercross 250 east rookie, Adam Ciancirulo, has been scheduled for surgery on his left shoulder after the injury was sustained last weekend in Toronto.
The 17 year old Pro Circuit/Monster Energy Kawasaki rider will be out for two to three months, and will miss the remainder of the Supercross season.
This comes after one of the best starts in history, scoring three wins and five podiums in his first five starts.
Although this will rule him out of the East coast 250 title, Cianciarulo hopes to return strong.
This was a really great show this past Sunday on CBS?….Particularly about the fathers and sons, and family dynamic. Supercross/motocross is truly a family sport!
Wow. What an awesome documentary Behind the Dream is turning out to be, I’ve not seen anything like it before. You know I ride motocross so I see this show really gets across not only the commitment the rider has to give, but everybody around them invests in that one persons future. And what a future they have, whether they turn pro and get paid to do something they love, or ride for that buzz the rest of their life.
The rest of the shows can be found here on my blog.
Enjoy the show, posted by the Babe Behind the Blog x