World MX GP Round 13 results – Northern Ireland

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MX1 results:



1. Josh Coppins – 2/1

2. Stefan Everts – 1/2

3. Ken de Dycker – 3/4

4. Kevin Strijbos – 4/5

5. Jon Barragan – 8/3





MX1 points:



1. Stefan Everts – 639

2. Kevin Strijbos – 458

3. Steve Ramon – 418

4. Ken de Dycker – 409

5. Tanel Leok – 387





MX2 results:



1. Tyla Rattray – 1/1

2. Chris Pourcel – 3/4

3. Antonio Cairoli – 2/7

4. Marc de Reuver – 8/2

5. David Philippaerts – 7/3





MX2 point standings:



1. Chris Pourcel – 496

2. Antonio Cairoli – 468

3. David Philippaerts – 427

4. Tyla Rattray – 402

5. Marc de Reuver – 373





Courtesy YouthStream, Team Suzuki MX Press, & others.

Portland goes Orange

Portland goes Orange





It’s the annual gathering of all the KTM dealers in North America to see & hear what’s new.



Monday night was a river cruise. Tuesday was the Dealer Reception & Fashion Show, which highlighted KTM’s new apparel and accessories. Wednesday was the Business Meeting & Expo at the Oregon Convention Center. Dealers learned about KTM’s new bikes, future plans, and could walk the Expo to see all the new bikes and race teams. Highlights included KTM introducing their first all on-road machine, along with a new quad. They also announced they will not partner with Polaris, but stay independent. They will continue to support two-stroke machines very strongly as well. Wednesday evening was the Night of Champions, featuring Dealer Awards, race team introductions, and a Hall of Fame induction of the late Rod Bush. Thursday was Dealer Demo Ride at Washougal MX Park, which was awesome. We rode the 250 SX two-stroke, the 450 SX F with electric start, and the 250 SX F. All three of the bikes were incredible. Power, handling, comfort, and finish were outstanding. They are Ready to Race right out of the box.



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The new SX F 450, with electric start

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Mr. P. & Winni learn about the chopper

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Bikinis are good. We like bikinis

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part of the Portland skyline

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Motorcycle legend Chris Carr races for KTM

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a KTM chopper?

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KTM’s first all road bike in North America

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Fashion show practice

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Fashion show rehearsal

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backstage at the Fashion show

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KTM is like family

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Josh Hansen

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Holly is in charge of KTM’s Hard Equipment

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Juha rules!

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Mike Lafferty’s factory bike

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L & D (the SX/MX Media Guru)

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At Washougal for Ride Day!

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Night of Champions

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Nate Ramsey

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Ronnie Renner

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The 125 factory road racer

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River view

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Scot Harden heads up KTM’s Adventure Tours

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Sel & crew drive Mike Alessi around. Mike looks a little stiff doesn’t he?

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Tom & Jon-Erik from KTM

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Washougal MX

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V.P. Winni & Jon-Erik tell about KTM’s future

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Ride Day at Washougal!

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The Washougal track was perfect



All-time

All-time





Number 4 RC keeps on breaking his own records. Today, (August 20th, 2006) in Binghamton New York, he’s won his 15th AMA National Championship: The 2006 Toyota/AMA National Motocross Championship!15 championships is a record.



With the overall win in today’s Binghamton National, Carmichael won his 143rd overall combined AMA Supercross/Motocross. 143 wins is a record as well.

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Sacramento

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High Point / Mt. Morris

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Southwick

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Budds Creek

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Unadilla

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Red Bud

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Lakewood Colorado

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Washougal

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Millville



Surgery for Reed – out for remainder of Nationals

Info courtesy Yamaha Motor Corp. USA



Cypress CA – Yamaha Factory racer Chad Reed will be forced to miss
the remainder of the AMA National Motocross Series due to an injury
sustained this past weekend. Reed suffered a dislocated shoulder and is
scheduled to undergo surgery on Thursday, August 17th.



The factory YZ450F racer, currently second overall in the Championship
standings, crashed during the second moto of the Millville National.
Battling toward the front, Reed went down in the infamous Millville
whoop section, landing on the same shoulder which required surgery
prior to the 2004 season.



“It’s always difficult to loose a rider of that caliber in the middle
of the season. Reed has soldiered on through the pain this year with
other nagging injuries consistently finishing on the podium. For this
injury, doctors have determined the only course of action is immediate
surgery,” explains Yamaha Team Manager, Jim Perry. “We will miss his
energy and leadership in the pits and are hopeful he can return with
plenty of time to test the 07 YZ’s with his new L & M team prior to
next years Supercross season.”

How things work: sports, law, & motorcycling

How things work: sports, law, & motorcycling

Ever need help in regards to motorcycling & legal issues? Do you
need proper representation to make sure that you negotiate that
effective win-win contract? Are you having an issue that requires
expertise in the legal field?



Here at Supercross.com, we are often asked where our readers can turn
for these kinds of answers, and we would like to share with you
information about an expert in those matters. A man with integrity,
experience, and, a love for motorcycling: Bill Kuenzinger.



Bill J. Kuenzinger is a partner in the law firm of Brown, Hall, Shore
& McKinley, and an avid motorcycle enthusiast. His love
of motorcycling has led him to focus his practice on sports and
sports-related legal issues. Bill represents numerous athletes, agents
and sports-related organizations throughout the United States and
around the world in a wide variety of matters such as endorsement and
sponsorship contracts, intellectual property and publicity rights,
international law issues, business planning and advice, antitrust and
real estate transactions.



Some clients he represents include these names you might know: Seven
time Supercross Champ Jeremy McGrath; seven time Motocross Champ Rick
Johnson; Houston Rockets Center Yao Ming; two time NBA MVP Steve
Nash; and one of basketball’s most prominent agencies, BDA Sports
Management.



Some of Bill’s most notable transactions include representing Yao Ming
in endorsement contracts with Reebok International, McDonald’s,
PepsiCo, The Upper Deck Company and Tag Heuer, representing Jeremy
McGrath in the creation and formation of the Jeremy McGrath
Invitational Supercross, representing Steve Nash in endorsement
contracts with Clearly Canadian Beverages and ProTrade Sports, and
representing Austin Ducati Racing in sponsorship contract litigation.



In addition to professionals athletes, he also provides advice and
guidance to amateur athletes. So whether you’re already a pro, or an
amateur having to look over that new team contract or sponsor deal,
he can help you out.



Bill is a member of the Sports Lawyers Association and the Sports and
Recreation Law Association. He has been a speaker on the federal
Sports Agent Responsibility and Trust Act, and has been a guest
lecturer to the University of the Pacific Sports Management Program and
the Humphreys College of Law Sports Law class.



When we asked Bill about his work he had this to say: “I’ve been riding
since I was kid; dirt, street, two wheelers, four wheelers, even three
wheelers when you could get parts for them. I was a rider long before I
was a lawyer, so I understand how riders think. I understand what’s
important to them as well as to the motorcycle industry, and I think
that gives me the ability to help more-so than maybe someone that
hasn’t, and I can use that experience to the advantage of my clients.”



We like the way you think Bill!



So for all you riders out there, you can find Bill at http://www.sportattorneyatlaw.com, and additional information on the full array of services that Brown, Hall, Shore & McKinley offers at http://www.bhsmck.com





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