Do you want to see your favorite motocross stars ride mechanical bulls? Are you ready to meet some hot MX girls, or get a helmet cam view of the Motocross of Nations track at Thunder Valley? The Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations DVD gives you all that. Of course, there's plenty of racing too.
The Red Bull FIM MotoCross of Nations 2010 DVD gives you an inside look at all the MXoN action. From Saturday's qualifying round, to the final MX race, you can follow your favorite riders from around the world as they compete for the most prestigious MX award of the year.
I've seen a lot of cool videos, but this one takes the cake. Look at this racer hit a low-side and still run back and catch his bike before it tanks. Two riders zip past him as he runs for his dear life. A great vid, however...I have my reservations about it's authenticity.
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It took 52 years, but motorcycle racing finally returned to Catalina Island this weekend for the Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix. It was an historic occasion as some of the original racers who rode at Catalina from 1951-1958 came out to give one last go around the island course.
Homer Knapp brought out his 1920's Harley Davidson, which he raced at Catalina in the 1950's, to race on Saturday. Knapp was joined by racing veterans like Preston Petty, John Rice, and Bob Sandregen, who acted as the Grand Marshall for the weekend. But the event on Catalina Island wasn't just a time for the old-timers to reminisce about the days of old. Young riders like Travis Pastrana, Kurt Caselli, Ronnie Renner, Jessy Nelson, Johnny Campbell and Quinn Cody also came out to re-christen Catalina Island.
The main even was won by Kendall Norman, who also won the Baja 1000 for the fifth time this year. Norman joins an elite group of only 7 riders that can call themselves champions of Catalina. Norman joins Walt Fulton (1951), Nick Nicholson (1952), John McLaughlin (1953), Jim Johnson (1954), Bud Ekins (1955), Chuck “Feets” Minert (1956) and Bob Sandgren (1957 and 1958) as a champion of Catalina.
“The race was awesome today - it was pretty heated, and people were really battling it out,” said Norman. “The whole experience was amazing: the island, the course, the vibe, everything. I’ve won a lot of races this year, but this is definitely one of my favorites. I’m honored that I was able make a little history today.”
Here is a short documentary about how racing finally returned to Catalina.
Catalina GP Short Documentary PART 1 from bike spray on Vimeo.
Catalina GP Short Documentary PART 2 from bike spray on Vimeo.
If you were around in the 1980s, you may remember the first Tron movie. If you weren’t around in the decade of hair bands and skinny ties, you can catch the latest installment of the story later this month.
One of the coolest things about the first Tron movie was the video-game-like motorcycle chases and stunts. It looks like the new film, Tron: Legacy, will take the motorcycle thrill-ride to a new level.
After the racing season comes to a close, there is an event for riders and racing fans to get one last taste of speed. The Mettet Superbiker event brings racing stars from various racing disciplines for one last go before the winter break.
Here is a video from this year's Mettet Superbiker.
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