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SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS RESULTS: DAVI MAKES BELIEVERS OF EVERYBODY AND NOW HAS A 19-POINT LEAD OVER SECOND

Davi Millsaps is a real deal and he is quickly making everyone forget the old Davi. The new Davi is in shape, he fights hard for his position and when he gets passed he kicks it into overdrive and fights back. And the new Davi is a fan favorite! Everybody loves an underdog, but if Davi keeps on winning, he won?t be considered an underdog for long. The 250 class victory went to Eli Tomac, but he came very close to losing the race when Roczen came out of nowhere to miss passing Eli by a bike length at the…

WHAT THE SUPERCROSS STARS DID THE DAY AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE

By: Zap For the second year in a row, Specialized Bicycles threw down with two big bicycle rides acting as bookends to the AMA Monster Energy Supercross series opener held at Anaheim Stadium. Each year “A1” plays host to fact racers of every variety; from motorcycles and bicycles to cars and trucks. Just as they did last year, they kicked-off the weekend with a mountain bike ride led by former 125cc and Supercross National Motocross Champion Johnny O’Mara. Saturday is taken up with the actual Supercross…

WASHOUGAL NATIONAL MOTOCROSS: THE RYANS DOUBLE-TEAM CHAD, WHILE THEY SHOULD JUST CALL THE 250 CLASS THE ?PRO CIRCUIT EXHIBITION RACE?

Blake Baggett. AMA Motocross has rarely seen such a competitive season. In 450 motocross, three riders from three different teams are dueling for supremacy, while in 250 motocross, three riders from the same team have already proved their supremacy?they are just waiting to see which one of them gets the title. The bad news from Washougal was that Trey Canard scrubbed a jump, hit his front wheel off the top of the hump and rag-dolled down the hill. He was taken away in an ambulance with another fractured…

HOUSTON SUPERCROSS RESULTS & SHOCKER: AT LEAST THERE WAS A STEWART AT THE FRONT FOR A FEW SECONDS

Oh to be 16, fast and famous. Ken Roczen was happy to get the opportunity to race with his heroes in the 450 class. Ken had the perfect first outing in the 450 class: no drama, no crashes and no injuries. Photo: Hoppenworld It was an eventful night in Houston and should serve as a wake-up call to the whole pack about how quickly things can change. James Stewart got up from his first turn crash and began to catch up quickly, but landed on the back of a Jason Thomas (did you think it would be number 490)….