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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.



RJ





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Storm in California

Storm in California





It was awful. We have a very big family, and it was especially traumatic for us – our mobile home was damaged, and almost washed away! Thankfully, we made it thru the storm OK.



Afterwards, we went riding because the dirt was so awesome.



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Storms create great dirt

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We had all of our belongings packed just in case we had to evacuate

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Home Sweet Home

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Almost like a cement pond

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Billy-Bob

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J-Bob

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Junior-Bob

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L-Bob

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Massive ruts from the storm

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A-Bob

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The property is also a secret boot testing area

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RJ-Bob

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Vittles were served at lunch time

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Quads roost

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Seb-Bob

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S-Bob is a world champion, riding the RM 450

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The Sisters-Bob

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Notice the severe water damage inside the mobile home

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The watermelon crop was ruined

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2004 recap photos

2004 recap photos





Supercross is primarily indoors on man-made tracks, starting in January and going into May. Motocross is outdoors on more natural terrain tracks, running from May into September. 28 races total.



5 Main Championships are decided each year: 125 West, 125 East, 250 Supercross, 125 Outdoors, and 250 Outdoors. That would be Ivan Tedesco, James Stewart, Chad Reed, James Stewart and Ricky Carmichael respectively.



To view the final standings for the 125 West supercross series, please visit this page



To view the final standings for the 125 East supercross series, please visit this link



To view the final standings for the 250 Supercross series, please visit this page



To view the final standings for the 125 outdoor motocross series, please visit this link



To view the final standings for the 250 outdoor motocross series, please visit this link



… 2005 starts soon … it will be here before you know it!

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outdoors

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outdoors

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Michael Byrne – Kawasaki – Australia

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Ricky Carmichael, Roger De Coster

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Ricky got a new ride – with Suzuki – their practice track

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Ricky won the 250 outdoor class riding Honda’s CRF 450

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For supercross, RC could only watch (knee surgery)

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Josh Grant – a new name in the 125 outdoors for most

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Broc Hepler – Team Suzuki

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Branden Jesseman

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Veteran Mike LaRocco won a supercross in 2004!

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Davi Millsaps

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D Millsaps

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Travis Pastrana raced a few times. Always a crowd favorite

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Nathan Ramsey

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Chad Reed

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2004 supercross champion!

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Joaquim Rodrigues – Portugal

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James Stewart

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James won the 125, and 125 outdoor

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They call him Bubba

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Ivan Tedesco – 125 West champion!

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Ivan Tedesco

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Seb Tortelli

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Sebastien Tortelli 2

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David Vuillemin

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Matt Walker

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Kevin Windham

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K Windham



Benelux

Benelux





Benelux is the area known in Europe as Belgium, the Netherlands (Holland) and Luxembourg combined – the hotbed of motocross in Europe.



It was the 58th running of the Motocross des Nations at the Lierop circuit in the Netherlands (Holland). Typical of most tracks in Holland, the circuit is primarily deep sand. The Belgium team (Stefan Everts, Steve Ramon, Kevin Strijbos) were victorious over Dutch and French teams.





Results:



1. Belgium (Everts, Ramon, Strijbos) – 17 points

2. Netherlands (Eggens, De Reuver, Verhoeven) – 32 points

3. France (Pourcel, Meo, Pichon) – 41 points

4. Estonia (Leok A, Leok T, Laansoo) – 41 points

5. South Africa (Rattray, Swanepoel, Avis) – 41 points

6. Finland (Seistola, Vehvilainen, Pyrhonen) – 46 points

7. New Zealand (Townley, Coppins, Hurley) – 76 points

8. Canada (Klatt, Blair, Roy) – 79 points

9. Great Britain (Sword, Mackenzie, Cooper) – 86 points

10. Portugal (Correia, Goncalves, Santos) – 90 points



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World MX GP – South Africa

Sun City




First ever Grand Prix in the Republic of South Africa. Besides results below, Stefan Everts went 2/DNF, Greg Albertyn DNF/6.





MX1 results:



1. Mickael Pichon – 1/2

2. Josh Coppins – 3/1

3. Steve Ramon – 5/3

4. Kevin Strijbos – 4/4

5. Cedric Melotte – 7/7





MX1 point standings:



1. Stefan Everts – 688

2. Mickael Pichon – 620

3. Josh Coppins – 564

4. Steve Ramon – 475

5. Kevin Strijbos – 457





Courtesy YouthStream & Team Suzuki MX Press

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