Photos from the nationals

Photos from the nationals





This outdoor season has seen some great racing. The 125cc class has had several different winners, and Ricky Carmichael has been running away with the 250’s. Here are a few photos from the last three outdoor races. Hope you enjoy! Photos courtesy of Steve Bruhn and Ken Faught. function OpenWindow(url, width, height) { window.open(url, ‘img’, ‘resizable, width=’+width+’,height=’+height+”); }



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Davi Millsaps playing in the mud

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Mike Alessi rips up a berm

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Mike Brown

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David Vuillemin has had a consistent year

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Carmichael Airborn

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Whip for the crowd

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Ernesto Fonseca

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Fonseca has enjoyed a couple of podiums recently

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Langston has been showing some good speed lately

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Grant leading Broc Hepler

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A determined Chad Reed before injuring his wrist

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Chad should be back for the U.S. Open

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Chad being swollowed up by a huge berm

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Andrew Short has been riding good this year

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Doing what Stewart does best

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Mike Alessi charging

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James stewart has had a dissapointing outdoor season

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Points Leader Ivan Tedesco

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Ivan Tedesco enjoys a Washougal berm

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Kevin Windham has been a strong runner up to Carmichael



Supercross, The Movie

Supercross, The Movie





Yes, finally, a movie about the sport we all love: supercross! And from the looks of it so far, it looks awesome!



In addition to the photos below, we have three excellent movie trailers for you to watch:



Supercross The Movie – Trailer 1



Supercross The Movie is about two brothers – KC & Trip Carlyle. After the mysterious death of their father, they are spurred on to overcome emotional and physical obstacles to achieve success in supercross! KC, who is two years older than Trip, is a more catious rider, and very protective of his younger brother. Trip has more natural talent, but takes more risks.



When KC gets a factory ride with a Japanese racing team, a rift forms between the brothers. Trip is then forced to go it alone as a privateer.



When a career threatening crash ends Trip’s rise to stardom, the brothers realize they must put aside their differences and work together to prove that No Champion Rides Alone.



The primary cast includes Mike Vogel, Steve Howey, Aaron Carter, Channing Tatum, Sophia Bush, Cameron Richardson, Robert Patrick, and Robert Carradine.



The movie is directed by Steve Boyum, and produced by Steve Austin and J. Todd Harris.



Be there! Supercross goes to another level!



Courtesy 20th Century Fox Films & TAG Entertainment, Photo Credit: Ron Batzdorff



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Real life supercross star, Tyler Evans in Supercoss

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Mike Vogel stars as Trip Carlyle in Supercross

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Mike Vogel, Cameron Richardson,Sophia Bush and Steve Howey star in Supercross

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Cameron Richardson stars as Piper Cole in Suprcross

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Steve Howey stars as KC Carlyle in Supercross

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(l to r) Sophia Bush and Steve Howey in Supercross

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Sophia Bush stars as Zoe Lang and Steve Howey stars as KC Carlyle in Supercross

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Steve Howey stars as KC Carlyle in Supercross



Surgery for Chad Reed

Surgery for Chad Reed





Yamaha’s Chad Reed, the 2004 AMA Supercross Series Champion, will undergo surgery later this week to remove damaged pins from his hand. Reed, who has ridden with the pins since 1999, aggravated the injury as a result of practice crash on Thursday, July 28th at Glen Helen Raceway. Though sore, Reed chose to participate in the X-Games Supermoto event this past week, but crashed during qualifying, further injuring the same hand. The excitement for X-games medal honors and the enhanced exposure for his sponsors fueled Chad’s desire to compete, and ultimately claim the Bronze Medal.



After consulting with doctors and Team Yamaha, it was determined that the best course of action is to remove the damaged pins ASAP. Reed is scheduled for surgery this Wednesday, and will begin rehabilitation soon after. As a result, Reed will miss the remainder of the Outdoor National Series. Reed and the Yamaha Race Team have tentatively set his return for October 7 – 9, 2005 at the US Open in Las Vegas, Nevada.



“This is the first time I’ve ever had to miss a race. It will be strange on the weekends when my Yamaha teammates and friends are at the races and I’m sitting at home. The goal of winning the US Open and 2006 Supercross Championship will motivate me each day” said Chad.



If you’d like to send Chad a get well message, you can do so here in the Message Boards – we’ll make sure he gets them.



Courtesy Yamaha Motor Corp. USA



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Chad Reed


Supercross.com TV








Profile of a Champion was a ground-breaking video. In this first segment, you’ll see the opening of the program with Rick Johnson and Roger De Coster at the 1987 Los Angeles Coliseum supercross, a couple clips of action, a commercial for supercross, action from the 86 L. A. Supercross, and action from the 1986 Anaheim Supercross. The file is 22 megs in size, and 2 minutes 45 seconds in length. Courtesy Rick Johnson Racing, John Bradley Entertainment, and Michael Goodwin.



– You’ll need QuickTime 6

– to view this. To download

– QuickTime, please visit the

– QuickTime website





An informal poll – how many of you were even born when this video came out???

2006 Suzuki RM models

2006 Suzuki RM models





These are the six new MX models in Suzuki’s 2006 line-up.



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The RMZ 450 four-stroke

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The RM 250

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This is the RM 85 w/small wheels

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The RMZ 250 four-stroke

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RM 85 w/bigger wheels

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RM 125



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