You know how, before the last race of the season, everyone makes up crazy scenarios on how the would-be champion actually would not win the title? You've seen them. What if it rains? What if the dude gets taken out? What if his bike breaks? Well, it actually happened to Joel Hetrick in the ATV Motocross season finale over the weekend at Loretta Lynn's.
Trades shouldn't be possible in a race where teams are based on nationality, but while the world was talking USA vs. France in a team battle and Herlings vs. Tomac for individual honors, a controversy led the Dutch team to add some serious talent. Can South Africa's Calvin Vlaanderen push the Dutch to the top spot for the first time? Sounds strange, but it's very real.
While living on no-cell service island at Loretta Lynn's Ranch, people were apparently trying to contact me regarding my recent appearance in USA Network's TV show "The Sinner." I was not aware of this performance! This show, which I had not heard of but apparently got a huge popularity boost when season 1 hit Netflix, had a scene where kids are gathered around the TV watching motorcycle racing.
For those who haven't done it before, things are surprising. Especially when it's on a bike built for dirt.
Supercross champion replaced by deathcross contender.
Where do we start?
Featuring Pedro Bueno, Walter White, and, of course, Stank Dog.
Don't like the podium interviews? Don't blame "too corporate." This year, supercross turned out two champions who just let it loose.
Sucks for Anderson. Here are some lyrics to cheer him up.
Lots of positives to take away from this one!
By all counts, American Flat Track has gained “it” status in the motorcycle racing world. It’s been sitting there, relatively unchanged for literally decades, but a fortunate series of events has blown the lid off the sport and set it up for some serious growth.