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Supercross.com TV

Published July 8th, 2005








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.



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

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Supercross.com TV

Published April 5th, 2005








In 1987, Team USA (Bob Hannah, Rick Johnson, Jeff Ward) won the only Motocross des Nations ever held on US soil. In 1971, Roger De Coster was on his way to the first of his five world championships. In 1982, Brad Lackey became the first American world motocross champion. File is 3 minutes 37 seconds in length, and 28 megs in file size. Courtesy American Suzuki Motor Corp.



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Supercross.com TV

Published January 10th, 2005








Ricky Carmichael is the man in supercross right now. This is a video clip of RC, his RM 250, and his home track in Florida. Don’t let the sunshine fool you – this was shot in incredibly cold weather! The file is 1 minute 30 seconds in length, and 12 megs in file size. Courtesy American Suzuki Motor Corp., and the SX/MX Media Guru.



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Supercross.com TV

Published December 1st, 2004








What does Chad Reed do after winning the 2004 AMA Supercross Championship? We spent a week with him to find out exactly what he’s doing in preparation for the 2005 season.



The file is 3 minutes 51 seconds in length, and 31 megs in file size.



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Supercross.com TV

Published September 30th, 2004








These are my ‘home movies’ from the 1989 Unadilla 500 & 125 National Motocross. It was the last national of the year, held in mid October. You’ll see Jean-Michel Bayle (111), Jeff Ward (5), JoJo Keller (46), Jeff Stanton (7) Johnny O’Mara (20), Damon Bradshaw (45), Erik Kehoe (8), Guy Cooper (10), Mike Kiedrowski (762), Mike LaRocco (19), Larry Ward (971), Larry Brooks (12), Donnie Schmit (9), Doug Henry (369) and me (1).



JMB won the 500 class, with Jeff Ward winning the title. Damon Bradshaw won the 125 class, with Mike Kiedrowski winning the 125 title.



The file is 3 minutes 35 seconds in length, and 29 megs in file size.



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Supercross.com TV

Published September 6th, 2004








Namur, Belgium & Ettelbruck, Luxembourg. 500 Grand Prix.



The video file is 3 minutes in length, and 13.7 megs in file size.



From Belgium, Brad Lackey is number 9, Andre Malherbe number 32, Roger De Coster is number 33. Pavement and cobblestone sections. Thunderstorm and lightning for the second moto. And Luxembourg has by far the longest track we’ve ever seen – almost 4 minutes a lap thru lush fields & apple trees.





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To see video of the 1980 Carlsbad USGP, click this link

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