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Kriss Kyle : BMX Dubai

This is BMX like you’ve never seen it before. First, watch Kriss Kyle land incredible tricks on his BMX across Dubai, and then read our exclusive interview with him. Home to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai is renowned for its breathtaking skyline. With stunning buildings, huge water parks and bustling souks, a place like this is the ...

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Austin Forkner : Ready! Steady! Go!

If not for getting out of shape in the whoops at the Minneapolis round of the 2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Austin Forkner of Richards, Missouri very well could have raced away with the 250SX East Regional Championship. However, it was not to be for the third-year Team Green graduate as the injured shoulder Forkner left ...

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Adam Cianciarulo talks 2019

If one dove into the AMA Pro Racing media guide and sought out Adam Cianciarulo of Port Orange, Florida, it would be determined that over the his five year AMA Pro Racing career as a professional racer, he has lined up behind a starting gate 73 times. Sabotaged, haunted, thwarted (pick a word) by injury all along the way, it ...

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5 minutes with Justin Barcia

Here we are, a stone’s throw away from the biggest supercross/motocross race in the entire world – and we mean the ENTIRE world – and Justin Barcia is slowly packing his gearbag and getting into an ass-kicking state of mind. On New Year’s Day, we spoke with No. 51. Anaheim 1 is but a mere four days away. What’s Justin ...

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Jorge Lorenzo talks joining the Repsol Honda Team

11 years in MotoGP™, winner of five World Championships, 282 races, 31 years old. Jorge Lorenzo starts a new challenge in 2019 when he joins the Repsol Honda Team. Just over two months before the season gets underway in Qatar, the Spanish rider gives his first interview to analyse his initial impressions of the Honda RC213V, talk about what it ...

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Justin Cooper : The Can’t Miss Kid

On the Saturday morning of January 6, 2018, this writer was walking through the pit area for that night’s season-opening round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series at Angel Stadium when I came across rookie rider Justin Cooper. Set to be his pro supercross debut later that night before 40,050 fans, one could tell the native of Cold Springs Harbor, ...

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Dakar 2019 : Preview

The 2019 Dakar Rally is just over a week away and we take a look at what the top factory riders had to say ahead of the gruelling race, based solely in Peru and covering more than 5000km over 10 stages from January 6th-17th. Will KTM be able to extend their win streak to 18 in a row? Or will ...

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José Ignacio Cornejo : Son of the Sands

The forthcoming 2019 Dakar will be a very special one for José Ignacio Cornejo. ‘Nacho’ gets to participate in the world’s toughest rally for the first time as an official HRC factory rider with Monster Energy Honda Team, a squad with whom the rider has previously ridden. The rally – run in its entirety in the sand and dunes of ...

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Yoshi Tanenbaum : Checkout

As no less an arbiter of the streets than Jay-Z himself noted: you can’t knock the hustle. Yoshi Tanenbaum has the full skate arsenal: control at speed, courage, every trick worthy of the name on lock, and the confidence to stick them when it is do or die. It is no wonder the newly-minted Stereo pro blew up off the ...

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Clement Desalle: A Rare look Inside

Step into the world of Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Clement Desalle: one of MXGP’s best, fastest and most mysterious racers. Journey into the rarely seen private life of this fantastic Belgian motocross athlete. More than twenty Grand Prix wins and almost a decade as one of the title contenders of MXGP has not stopped Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Clement Desalle preserving a ...

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Marc Coma : Dakar 2019 and beyond

The 2019 Dakar Rally will be the shortest in the event’s history, taking place in just Peru, but five-time winner Marc Coma doesn’t think that’s a bad thing at all. The 2019 Dakar Rally is just around the corner, which means that news about one of motorsports’ best-loved events is coming thick and fast. Carlos Sainz has announced he’ll be ...

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Toby Price : Bouncing Back from Injury

2016 Dakar Rally winner Toby Price is no stranger to hardship. Before his rally career had even begun the Australian suffered three broken vertebrae during a Hare and Hounds crash in America. Then, when defending his Dakar title in 2017, another fall resulted in a badly broken leg that resulted in his immediate retirement from the event. But through a ...

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Tim Knoll : Home

Tim Knoll’s incredible style of street riding has turned heads since he hit the consciousness of the BMX community at the start of this decade. The Milwaukee native has since gone on to develop his riding to new levels and has evolved a style that mixes up BMX street and Flatland skills with acrobatics and gymnastics moves. We saw the ...

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Daigo Saito : GRiD 2018

Japan’s legendary drift king Daigo Saito arrived in Johannesburg with a quiet air of confidence and a thundering 1000bhp V8 Corvette. After three intense days of track action; taking in practice, qualifying, and the all-important race day on December 1st, Saito walked away with the spoils in the Rear-Wheel Drive category. Having toppled four-time GRiD champion Luke Woodham’s reign, and ...

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Sunderland and Price talk Tattoos

Their wins are the result of their riding skills and inner strength. Their scars are a sign that their motivation to win outweighs their fears. Their tattoos are reminders of their teenage rebellions and deepest passions. Their body art is the ultimate proof that pain is nothing to endure when you decide to bleed for love. Translated into words, their ...

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Kai Lenny : JAWS

When one of the biggest swells hit Peahi on November 26, 2018, Kai Lenny relied on all his prior experience as a waterman to take the challenge head-on. Witness his standout performance at massive Jaws on November 26th, 2018.

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Adam Kun : City of Gold

Johannesburg aka the ‘City of Gold’, is South Africa’s largest city. Beginning it’s roots as a 19th-century gold-mining settlement. Today, it’s still the capital of South African commerce with a city that is a melting pot bustling with people and different cultures. Literally built on top of the old mines. Back in May, Hungarian Flatland shredder Adam Kun touched down in Joburg ...

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Laia Sanz : Dakar Determination

Incredible talent, an incredible mindset, and incredible determination; that’s what we found when we talked to Laia Sanz. A Dakar hero in her own right, the Spanish ace has defied the stereotypes to become one of the most-respected rally racers in the world. Laia Sanz (ESP) KTM 450 RALLY 2018 © Marcin Kin Dakar is tough, it’s grueling, it’s demanding ...

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