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08.03.2011 // 1 Comment
Mike Mason was denied a spot anywhere at X Games 17 and it took a social-media firestorm to get him an official invite just to do Speed & Style. And then he almost won. On the track, he did win, but his friend Nate Adams took the gold by virtue of his stronger tricks. We caught up with Mason while he was working on his YZ250 in his garage – in 100-degree weather in Las Vegas – today to get his perspective on things.
08.01.2011 // 0 Comments
Taddy Blazusiak seems to be winning just about everything over the last few years in extreme enduros, or at least coming close, and he lived up to the hype at the first-ever X Games Enduro X event inside Staples Center. Blazusiak had to go through the LCQ to make the main, due primarily to a [...]
07.31.2011 // 0 Comments
X Games 17 Day 3: The Ladies and Gents Invade the Staples Center Golden in the Gold, Adams arises to the top once again Typos and photos: Scott Hoffman The Staples Center for the third consecutive day had once again been morphed into a completely new venue. This time tons of dirt and steel lay [...]
07.30.2011 // 0 Comments
. X Games Day 2: Freestyle Madness Photos and typos: Scott Hoffman The second day of competition was a little mellower with only one discipline of piston-pushing two-wheelers wreaking havoc at the Staples Center. The field was whittled down to four riders heading to the finals, which included Nate Adams, Adam Jones, Dany Torres and [...]
07.26.2011 // 9 Comments
What really happened at Washougal is that we learned both how much luck means in a sport like motocross, and to a degree that you really do make your own luck.
Honda’s Trey Canard is the definition of a competitor, and in a sport where it seems all of the racers at least go through a period of time of being “burnt out”, it seems like Canard has been motivated consistently throughout his career. Of course, it helps in this regard that he’s been hurt a fair bit, too.
07.22.2011 // 0 Comments
Team Honda’s Trey Canard fractured his femur while testing for this 2011 AMA National season, which caused him to miss the first half of the series, but he’s back now. He returned to action in Millville and immediately set fastest time in qualifying and then ended up with a podium finish overall. We caught up with him after the race to get his take on the day.