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Dakar : Sunderland wins Stage 5

The second half of the two-day marathon stage started with a motocross-style mass start on the beach. Riders set off in groups of 10 according to their finishing positions from the previous day’s stage four, each group split by five minutes. From the beach, competitors headed into the Ilo dunes for the remainder of the 345-kilometre timed special. With a ...

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Dakar : Walkner Wins Stage Two

Stage two of the 2019 Dakar Rally challenged all motorcycle competitors with an extremely fast, and rough, timed special of 342 kilometres. Leaving Pisco and heading south along the coast towards San Juan de Marcona the unusual stage saw the cars opening the route, leaving the bikes to deal with the many tracks ahead of them in the sand. The ...

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Right Here, Right Now // Kirt Voreis

For Kirt Voreis, riding bikes has always been about having fun. From riding recumbents to sending the Black Sage FEST jumps on a 29er, he’s never been one to limit himself to one type of bike. Armed with amazing bike handling skills and a colorful personality, Kirt has continually shown it’s more about how you ride rather than what you ...

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Drop the Pin : Gaspar Guendulain

Gaspar Guendulain is from Argentina, where even the rough spots are few and far between. Needless to say, he had a field day during his recent stay in LA. In between filming for the 1998 Project and Eighties Bike Co., we got him out to Long Beach for a day along with Eighties’ Pablo Cano and LA local Baltazar Duarte and ...

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Dakar : Barreda strikes first

The first special of this Dakar was won by a rampant Joan Barreda in Adrenarena de Paracas, near Pisco. Day one, en route from the Peruvian capital Lima to the bivouac located around the city of Pisco, consisted of a total of 332 kilometres of stage, with only 84 km against the clock was enough to set up the first ...

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AMA SX : Anaheim 1 Highlights

Catch up on all the highlights from an action packed season opener in Anaheim. Monster Energy Yamaha’s Justin Barcia took the win in 450SX, his first since 2013. Second went to Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac took third, getting his first ever podium at Anaheim 1. It was Star Racing Yamaha’s Colt Nicholls that took his maiden win in 250SX ...

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SuperEnduro : Webb takes Championship Lead

As runner-up at the opening round of the series in Poland last December, defending world champion Webb was determined to turn the tables on his KTM teammate Blazusiak in Riesa. A venue he has made his own in recent years, Webb immediately got to grips with the fast and flowing track, setting the second fastest time in SuperPole. Despite a ...

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World’s Fair ft. Jason Anderson

What an off season. From Australia to Paris the team at Evergood CO made their way around the globe in a short amount of time, all the while documenting Jason Anderson as he handled business in usual fashion. Traveling the world with your friends – these are the moments we live for. So, without further ado, enjoy “World’s Fair” – ...

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Emirates Drift Championship : Daham Wins Round One

Ahmad Daham currently stands atop the championship table of the Monster Energy Emirates Drift Championship, narrowly edging out Sultan Al Qassimi, as we head to Rak Track, Ras Al Khaimah on January 18th where the tight and technical circuit will push drivers right onto their opponent’s door! Here’s what went on at Emirates Drift Championship round one courtesy of Ahmad Daham. ...

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Dakar 2019 : Ready for Action

A shakedown test on Friday saw teams carry out final adjustments to their machines, as riders reacquainted themselves with the soft sandy terrain in Peru. A series of briefings, scrutineering and administrative checks over the next couple of days lead up to the ceremonial start on Sunday evening. On Monday January 7, the 41st edition of the rally kicks off ...

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AMA SX : Anaheim 1 Press Day

The opening round of Monster Energy Supercross is upon us! Watch as the 450SX contenders tackle the circuit within Angel Stadium for the first time and speak ahead of their title fight. Video – MX Vice // Lead image – TWMX  

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Sound of speed : Kade and Kaos

When it comes to getting sideways in the air, there are few who can do it with as much style and well, just all out ‘steeze’ than Kaos Seagrave and Kade Edwards. Both are now regulars on the Downhill World Cup circuit and given their relative young ages are destined for bigger and better things in the world of mountain ...

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