RUMORS, GOSSIP & UNFOUNDED TRUTHS: NOT JUST WHO’S WHO, BUT ALSO WHAT’S WHAT
• FORD INTRODUCES A SMALL PICKUP TRUCK STARTING AT $20,000
The all-new Ford Maverick will be the most affordable pickup you can buy (Starting at $19,995, with a claimed 40 miles per gallon, thanks to its standard hybrid powertrain. It’ll also be Ford’s smallest truck. It has a 4.5-foot bed (with the tailgate down, its flat load floor measures six feet), four-doors, five-seats and a 1500 pound payload. Yes, the bed is small, but somehow, motocross racers were able to make do with short bed pickup trucks from Datsun, Toyota, Mazda and Chevy in the 1970s and 1980s. The bloated behemoths that dominate the truck market today are too tall, too gas guzzling and too expensive for a guy who just wants a truck he can throw his bike in the back and head the track (and still use to haul the kids of soccer practice). You might need a Bed Extender to haul bikes, gas cans, chairs and bike stands in the Maverick, but it goes a claimed 500 miles on a tank of gas and volts.
The down sides are that it’s a unibody vehicle (not a body on frame truck), is front wheel drive, has a 2.5-liter inline-four cylinder engine (aided by an electric motor) and uses a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). And, we highly doubt that anyone will ever find one at a dealership for $20,000.
• FIRST LOOK! 2022 SUZUKI RM-Z250, RM-Z450 & RM85 — THEY MAY LOOK FAMILIAR
2022 SUZUKI RM-Z250
Fed by a dual-fuel injectors the RM-Z250 engine delivers usable power across a wide rev range. Tuning the fuel injection and ignition for maximum performance iseasy thanks to Suzuki’s MX-Tuner 2.0 app. The MSRP is $7999.
2022 SUZUKI RM85
The 2022 RM85 engine produces smooth power delivery at any speed with an emphasis on low- to mid-range performance. It is an excellent bike for an entry-level, Beginner or Novice racer. The MSRP is $4399.
• 7TH ANNUAL KURT CASELLI MOTODOFFO EVENT ON JUNE 12
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• ISAK GIFTING: THE YOUNG GUN OF THE 250 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Not many Americans have hear of Isak Gifting. He isn’t a hot new 250 Supercross prospect, but the Swedish racer seized his opportunity in a handful of 250 GPs to show that he had the speed to be a front runner in the 2021FIM World Motocross Championships. Isak made the podium at two GPs last year podium on two occasions! Now, with a full off-season of preparation under his belt, Isak’s never been better prepared to go racing. We recently caught up with one of the hottest prospects in the MX2 class ahead of the opening round of the 2021 season.
ISAK, WE’RE JUST A FEW DAYS AWAY FROM ROUND ONE OF THE MX2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP NOW. HOW’S IT GOING, HAVE YOU BEEN LEARNING ANY RUSSIAN? It’s all really good, but I’ve not learned any Russian! My preparation has been great. It’s been a long winter and then the series was delayed, but as round one got closer and closer, I’ve been feeling better and better on the bike. It’s given me time to develop the bike a little bit more and I feel mentally and physically strong. At the moment, everything is positive.
IS THE DIGA PROCROSS GASGAS TEAM IS THE FIRST TEAM YOU’VE EVER BEEN ON? Yes. It’s been a huge difference. The support, materials, the whole team, testing. It’s been a big change, but one that I really needed. When I joined the team, I went racing straight away with a good set-up, but not one that was developed for me. It was a great base setting, but I’ve now had time with the team to work together and get really comfortable on the bike. I also have a trainer, Joel Smets, in my corner as well, which has made my conditioning the best it can be.
YOU IMMEDIATELY PUT TOGETHER AN IMPRESSIVE RUN OF RESULTS. WHAT WAS THING THAT ALLOWED YOU TO REACH THAT NEXT LEVEL? I just needed the chance to join a team. When I got it, I knew that I had to work hard, keep focused, and then the results would come. The opportunity came at just the right time and I’m really thankful that I was approached by the Diga Procross GasGas team.
2021 WILL BE YOUR FIRST FULL YEAR IN THE 250 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. WILL YOU COME OUT GUNS BLAZING AT ROUND ONE THIS WEEKEND? Being able to work with Joel has been really positive with my approach and conditioning for this season. We pushed really hard in the winter, but now it’s a case of maintaining what I have. We train in certain ways to maintain my fitness, but should I need to push a little bit harder at any time, then I will be able to.
THE SWEDISH GP WILL TAKE PLACE IN AUGUST. DO YOU ENJOY RACING AT HOME? I’ve raced in the EMX 250 class at Uddevalla and the support was amazing. I really hope that we can have fans there for my first 250 GP in Sweden. When the fans give you a boost, you perform just that little bit better. I really hope there is a big crowd . I know that many people will come if it’s allowed. I’m looking forward to that race the most.
IT’S STILL EARLY IN YOUR CAREER, BUT WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN A COUPLE YEAR’S TIME? First. I’d like to win the MX2 World Championship. It’s easy to say, but I feel mentally and physically strong enough to get it done. After that, I think I can be a great MXGP class rider too. I know I’m strong, and I’ve been working on my technique a lot to be a smarter racer, which will help when I move up to the 450.
AT THE END OF THE 2021 SEASON, WHAT WILL YOU CONSIDER TO BE A ‘GOOD SEASON? Everyone wants to be World Champion, but I2021 will be a learning season. I have to be realistic. It will be a building year, and I know I can develop my riding further. I proved last year that I can podium, so this gives me a lot of confidence. I’m definitely ready for the next step and I think that on the sand tracks, my ability is a little better and I can push for wins. Having said that, it’s my first full season in MX2 so there is no pressure. I just need to be consistent, be in the top 10 each moto and see where we end up. I think I can finish the 2021 season in a good position overall. I believe that top eight is an achievable.
• “THIS WEEK IN MXA” WITH JOSH MOSIMAN: THE FUTURE OF MOTOCROSS ON TV
• WHO’S ON TEAM USA FOR THE 2021 ISDE IN ITALY ON AUG.3 TO SEPT. 4
2021 U.S. JUNIOR WORLD TROPHY TEAM
Cody Barnes (Honda); Dante Oliveira (KTM); Austin Walton (Husqvarna).
2021 U.S. WOMEN’S WORLD TROPHY TEAM
Brandy Richards (KTM); Rachel Gutish (Beta 250); Britney Gallegos (Husqvarna).
• MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: “PRO-BOOT MX” REMEDIAL BOOT REPAIR
Although you only think of Pro-Boot MX as a company that resoles well-used Motocross boots, they recently came upon a boot that had a bad luck story. Pro-Boot MX’s Randy Nagel got a brand-new Gaerne SG12 boot from a guy who ran his foot into something that split the metal toe cap in two and tore a hole through the side of the boot. Luckily, he didn’t get hurt. He sent the boot to Pro-Boot MX, not to have the brand-new soles replaced, but to see if they could do something about the big tear in the toe box.
Randy glued the inner padding back together, welded up the crack and color matched the area with a flexible bonding material. The Pro-Boot MX repair looked pretty good, especially for a new boot that looked like it’s effective lifespan was only one ride. Total cost including a new toe cap and the repair was under $50.00 (plus return shipping). So, if you have a run-in with a footpeg or your kickstarter gouges your boot, don’t throw it away, send it to www.pro-bootmx.com or call (507) 534-1247.
• WHO’S WHO IN THE 2021 AMA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS?
It doesn’t bode well for Kawasaki, or for that matter the 2022 Yamaha team, when Eli Tomac (3) just barely breaks the top ten at his home track in Colorado. He is 44 points out of the lead and not even the first Kawasaki rider.
450 AMA NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(After 2 of 12 rounds)
1. Ken Roczen (Hon)…90
2. Dylan Ferrandis (Yam)…89
3. Aaron Plessinger (Yam)…74
4. Justin Barcia, (Gas)…69
5. Chase Sexton (Hon)…67
6. Adam Cianciarulo (Kaw)…58
7. Cooper Webb (KTM)…52
8. Christian Craig (Yam)…51
9. Marvin Musquin (KTM)…51
10. Eli Tomac (Kaw)…46
250 AMA NATIONAL POINTS STANDINGS
(After 2 of 12 rounds)
1. Jett Lawrence (Hon)…90
2. Justin Cooper (Yam)…80
3. Jeremy Martin (Yam)…72
4. Hunter Lawrence (Hon)…67
5. Garrett Marchbanks (Yam)…56
6. R.J. Hampshire (Hus)…54
7. Jo Shimoda (Kaw)…50
8. Colt Nichols (Yam)…49
9. Austin Forkner (Kaw)…48
10. Michael Mosiman (Gas)…46
• MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: EZ-UP ENDEAVOR POP-UP AWNING
WHAT IS IT? Every motocross racer has experience with E-Z Up awnings (and E-Z Up has almost become the generic name for all pop-up awnings, regardless of their brand name—sort of like Kleenex with facial tissues). While the majority of motocross racers have had positive experiences with E-Z Ups protecting them from sun and rain, some have had awnings fly away in gusts of wind and have had to deal with legs that stick, engagement pins that won’t release and tops that fade. E-Z Up has heard all of the complaints and has responded with the E-Z Up Endeavor model. It is the beefed-up, rugged, he-man version of the instant shade business. Bigger, stronger and better.
E-Z Up offers eight standard colors (punch, limeade, black, royal blue, gray, orange, splash and white), plus 17 premium colors. For $839, you get a plain-wrap canopy, but E-Z Up’s art department can print logos, photos and custom designs on any color canopy. They even have a Fast Track program that expedites jobs in one day. There is a graphics specialist in-house at E-Z Up who can help you with your desired artwork needs. Obviously, the cost of custom artwork is extra and depends on your imagination (and wallet).
The Endeavor model is only available in the 10×10-foot size (although E-Z Up offers sizes as large as 10×20 feet in other models). The Endeavor weighs 64 pounds, but thanks to its all-aluminum frame, it is lighter than most steel awnings by several pounds. The box-stock Endeavor comes with its own bag for storage, or you can order a wheeled roller bag to tote the awning with less effort. We also have a 10-foot sidewall to block the sun when it is at low angles early in the morning or late in the afternoon.
The Endeavor frame is incredibly well made. The octagon-shaped aluminum legs are 2 inches in diameter (compared to 1.25 inches on the typical aluminum-framed awning and 1 inch for a steel-framed awning). The Endeavor’s foot pads, base plate and end caps are upsized to correspond to the jumbo-sized octagon legs. The Endeavor is easy to raise and lower thanks to large pull pins at the top of the chassis and five-position toggle adjusters on the legs, which offer 15 inches of height adjustment. The strength of these critical components is significantly upgraded. Under the canopy there are several built-in hooks to hang accessories from.
The commercial-grade polyester canopy meets CPAI-84, NFPA-701 and CAN/ULC-S109 fire-resistant standards. This is important if you want to use your E-Z Up indoors as a display booth or for advertising.
DIGITS? $909.00 (10×10 feet); $149.00 (roller bag)—(800) 457-4233 or www.ezup.com.
MXA RATING: MXA has destroyed more pop-up awnings than we care to admit. They have blown away, been hit by bikes, ripped by accident and just plain worn out. We spend three to four days a week at the racetrack, so wear and tear are part of our life. That’s why we choose to relax between motos under the strongest instant shelter ever made.
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• 2021 AMA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS WINNERS AT A GLANCE
Venue 450 250
May 29…Pala, CA……………………..Dylan Ferrandis…………..Jett Lawrence
June 5…Thunder Valley, CO…….Ken Roczen………………….Justin Cooper
June 19…Mt. Morris, PA
July 3…Red Bud, MI
July 10…Southwick, MA
July 17….Millville, MN
July 24….Washougal, WA
Aug. 14…Unadilla, NY
Aug. 21…Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 28…Crawfordsville, IN
Sept. 4…Pala, CA
450 points leader…Ken Roczen
250 points leader…Jett Lawrence
• SEE IT NOW! AMA NATIONAL TV SCHEDULE: MT. MORRIS NATIONAL ON JUNE 19
Don’t put your trust in this official TV broadcast schedule. As many discovered witht the first National broadcast, it can change suddenly and with no warning. Also, take a close look at the broadcast times on the over-the-air NBC Sports showings that the majority of people rely on. For example, the Ausgust 19 Mt. Morris National airing will be shown at 10:00 p.m. Eastern time. That’s very late on the East Coast for a three-hour program. Also note that there are several next day showings—most notably Southwick, Budds Creek and Hangtown. And check out the date and time of the Washougal broadcast on NBC Sports.
• LET’S RIDE MOTORCYCLES! WHAT ARE YOU LIVING FOR?
• TAKE THE MXA SURVEY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A SUNDAY MOTORS FLAT TRACKER
Don’t pass on this opportunity to win a free Sunday Motors bike! Completely fill out the annual “Reader Survey” below or click here. We’ll take your input to help improve both the web and monthly print content of Motocross Action. One lucky winner will be chosen at random to receive a bike from Sunday Motors. For a few minutes of your time, you’ll be entered into a drawing to win this Sunday Motors S 147 flat-track motorcycle. The S 147 model features a 150cc engine, Mikuni carburetor, 14-inch front/rear tire, stainless steel footpegs, bottom-mount brake caliper, YCF 310mm rear shock, 200mm rear disc, low-exhaust configuration system, and kill switch with leash. One winner will be chosen on July 6, 2021.
The MXA wrecking crew is busy year-round testing motorcycles and producing content for the magazine and website, but once a year we compile a “reader survey” to help us learn more about our loyal magazine/website readers and viewers. We take your input on the survey to help improve both the website and monthly print content coming from Motocross Action. This year, we are offering the super cool opportunity of winning a Sunday Motors 147 Flat Track motorcycle! Completely fill out the annual MXA Reader Survey by click here. One lucky winner will be chosen at random to receive a bike from Sunday Motors and you’ll be helping us out as we strive forward continuing to testing motorcycles, parts and gear. One winner will be chosen on July 6, 2021.
• 2021 MXA 250 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT VIDEO: THE REAL DEAL OF ALL SEVEN BIKES
• THE JULY 2021 ISSUE OF MXA IS HERE NOW? YOU DO SUBSCRIBE DON’T YOU? IT IS THE BEST DEAL IN THE SPORT
What’s in the soon-to-be-released July issue of MXA? There are 30 pages of two-strokescoverage, including in depth coverage of the 2021 Wiseco World Two-Stroke Championship, a full test on a how Dick Wilk built an awesome KTM 300SX, a test of the 43.5 horsepower Pro Circuit KTM 150SX engine kit, a story on how a long forgotten memory resulted in an ultra trick 2003 Kawasaki KX125, a review of Scalvini’s stamped KTM 125SX exhaust system (did you know they also made stamped pipes as well as cone pipes?) and our cover story how to make your own version of the Yamaha YZ125 on the cover (it started as a $1000 Craigslist beater). And that’s not all, we do a thorough interview of a man that only industry insiders have ever heard of and few of them can pronounce his name (just call him Sel). He’s been a major player for decades, but you may only remember him best when we tell you that he is the man that convinced Roger DeCoster to jump ship from Suzuki and to KTM. Meet Selvaraj Narayana! And, much more!
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• 2021 MXA 450 SHOOTOUT: TIME FOR THE LONGEST AND MOST DETAILED SHOOTOUT EVER
• MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: NIHILO BILLET ENGINE WORK ENGINE STAND
Nihilo Concepts has totally redesigned their very popular Engine Work Stand and constructed it out of CNC-machined billet aluminum with all stainless steel hardware. The stand accepts almost every dirt bike engine from 50cc to 650cc. The movement is smooth, precise and strong enough to last a lifetime.
The new black anodized stand is able to tilt 360 degrees, and lock at any angle, to allow easy assembly of transmissions and other tricky parts when rebuilding your engine. Once you have worked with this stand you will never go back to the old way. The retail price is $425.99 at www.nihiloconcepts.com
• 40% EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT ON 2021 DUBYA WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES — SAVE BIG MONEY BY ENTERING EARLY
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• MXA TEAM TESTED: ALPINESTARS TECH 7 BOOTS
The Alpinestars Tech 7 boot is a top-level boot at a mid-level price point. The Tech 10 boots are still Alpinestars’ premier model, but the Tech 7 is a more affordable and more flexible alternative. The Tech 10s are known for being on the stiff side when compared to other premium motocross boots; the Tech 7 boots are known for being on the opposite side of the spectrum. They’re super flexible.
The Alpinestars Tech 7 boots are known for being comfortable to wear and flexible to ride in. The Tech 7s feature a biomechanical pivot on the lateral side of the boot that allows for increased flexibility with less break-in time. Plus, it adds safety by keeping your ankle from moving laterally beyond its capabilities. The boot also uses soft foam reinforcements around the ankle for increased padding and comfort. The Achilles tendon area on the back of the boot has been redesigned to allow more flexibility as well.
The Alpinestars Tech 7 boots require almost zero break-in time. They are pliable, flexible and don’t hinder movement on the track. Two factors make the Tech 7 more flexible than the Tech 10. One is that it doesn’t have the bi-density front flexion control frame, and the other is that there is no inner bootie. The front flexion control piece is new on the Tech 10s, and it sits in between the bottom and middle strap while working like suspension for your ankle. One downside to the performance of the Tech 7 is that the plastic on the medial side of the boot deforms outward whenever you bend your ankle.
Comparing the Tech 10 and Tech 7 boots back to back, there’s more wiggle room in the Tech 7. Also, without the inner bootie, your foot sits deeper into the boot, giving you a more traditional feel on the footpegs, whereas the Tech 10 boot makes you stand slightly taller. The toe box on the Tech 7 boot is also wider, which can make the sizing more generous. As for the calf area, the entrance to the Tech 7 boot is wider, making it easier to put on and take off while also accommodating riders with bigger calves.
The Alpinestars Tech 7 boots hold up well. Typical wear and tear shows up on the soles and inner part of the boot, but the Tech 7 boots don’t lose any strength. The Tech 7 soles are durable, using a dual-compound material and an inner steel shank. They give you a positive boot-to-peg feel without sacrificing comfort and strength.
(5) Price. How can the $369.95 Alpinestars Tech 7 boots be $230 cheaper than the Tech 10s ($599.95) but still be considered a premium boot? After all, the Tech 7s lack the Tech 10’s inner bootie (which provides additional foot support), dynamic heel compression protector (cushions against hard impacts to your feet), and rear blade system (protects against hyper extension). Overall, the Tech 7 boots have fewer moving parts. This makes them lighter and more flexible but also not as strong, so they’re prone to deformation when flexed. The difference between the two boots is noticeable, and the price reflects that. Still, even if money weren’t a factor, some MXA test riders would choose the Tech 7s over the Tech 10s because they are more comfortable. The Alpinestars Tech 7 boots come in a wide variety of sizes and colors. The sizing ranges from 5 all the way to 16, and there are 12 different color options.
DIGITS? $369.95— www.alpinestars.com or (800) 438-2577.
MXA RATING: The Alpinestars Tech 7 is perfect for riders who like flexible boots, short break-in times and an affordable price. We loved the comfort but wish the sizing fit more like the Tech 10s.
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• 2021 NEBRASKA/IOWA GREAT PLAINS VINTAGE MOTOCROSS SCHEDULE: NEXT RACE ON AUGUST 22
The 2021 Nebraska/Iowa Great Plains Vintage Motocross season only has three races left, with the next race on June 6, 2021 at 320 MX Park in Norfolk, Nebraska. For more info go to www.greatplainsvintagemx.org
• WANNA RACE IN SOCAL? NEED TO RENT A BIKE? FIND A PLACE TO STAY? JUST CALL STAPO WHEN YOU CAN TRAVEL AGAIN
In his spare time, when he’s not testing with MXA, racing in a foreign country, going to Japan or helping many of his motocross buddies, MXA test rider Dennis Stapleton opens up his house, garage, bikes and mechanics to help riders who would like to come to SoCal on a motocross vacation—and now that the coronavirus pandemic is waning in the USA and the country is opening back up, foreign riders will be able to come to America to race, train and sightee again. You should plan ahead and make your reservations now for this upcoming Summer and Fall. Dennis offers full service to all of the Southern California tracks for racers or for play riders. Whether you want to rent a bike, move in for a week, race at Glen Helen or take motocross lessons—this is one-stop shopping. Just send them an email ([email protected]). If you’d like to live the SoCal lifestyle for a day, a weekend, a week, a month or three months, visit Dennis Stapleton’s’ website at www.knobbyshopsouth.org for more details!
• OLD SCHOOL SCRAMBLES AT GLEN HELEN ON JUNE 26-27
In case you’re a little rusty, Saturday, June 26, is a chance to come and out and practice from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. — plus you can camp overnight so you don’t have to drive to the track on Sunday morning, June 27. For more info go to www.ossrg.org.
• KEEPING TRACK OF THE 2021 RACE SCHEDULES
Two red bikes, Roczen (94) and Barcia (51), join two orange bikes, Cooper Webb (2) and Marvin Musquin (25) at the front at Thunder Valley. Surprise! Brandon Hartranft (28) gets his Suzuki RM-Z450 into the first wave.
2021 AMA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP (REVISED)
May 29…Pala, CA
Jun 5…Thunder Valley, CO
June 19…Mt. Morris, PA
July 3…Red Bud, MI
July 10…Southwick, MA (Moved from June 26)
July 17….Millville, MN
July 24….Washougal, WA
Aug. 14…Unadilla, NY
Aug. 21…Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 28…Crawfordsville, IN
Sept. 4…Pala, CA
2021 FIM GRAND PRIX CHAMPIONSHIP (REVISED)
Jun. 13…Orlyonok, Russia
June 27…Matterley Basin, England
Jul. 4…Maggiora, Italy
Jul. 11…Kegums, Latvia
Jul. 18…Oss, Holland
Jul. 25…Locket, Czech Republic
Aug. 1…Lommel, Belgium
Aug 15…Uddevall, Sweden
Aug. 22…KimiRing, Finland
Sep. 5…Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
Sep. 19…Rio Sardo, Sardinia
Oct. 3…Teutschenthal, Germany
Oct. 10…TBA, France
Oct. 17…Intu Xanadu, Spain
Oct. 24…Agueda, Portugal
Oct. 31…Trentino, Italy
Nov. 14…TBA, Argentina
Nov. 28…Borobudur, Java
Dec. 5… Bali, Indonesia
2021 WORLD SIDECAR MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Aug. 1…Strassbessenbach, Ger
Aug.15,,,Lage Motokeskus, Est
Aug. 22…Jinin, Czh
Aug. 29…Roggenburg, Swi
Sep. 19, Oss, Hol
Sept. 26…Rudersberg, Ger
Oct. 10…Kramolin, Czh
REVISED 2021 SCOTTISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Jul. 10… Doune (Youth)
Jul. 17…Doune (Adult )
Sept. 4/5…Desertmartin, Northern Ireland
2021 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Apr. 11…Wonthaggi, VIC
May 2 …Canberra, ACT
May 30…Gillman, SA (postponed)
Jun. 27…Maitland, NSW
Jul. 25…Wodonga, VIC
Aug. 8…Coulson, QLD
Aug. 14….Coolum, QLD
Aug. 15….Coolum, QLD
2021 ADAC GERMAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP (REVISED)
Sep. 5…Furstilich Drehna
2021 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Sep. 26…Mantova, Italy
2021 REM OCTOBERCROSS
Oct. 30…Glen Helen
2021 DUBYA WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 5-7…Glen Helen
2021 PARIS SUPERCROSS
Nov. 6-7…Paris, France
FINAL 2021 AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP (UPDATED)
Jan. 16 (Saturday)…Houston, TX
Jan. 19 (Tuesday)….Houston, TX
Jan. 23 (Saturday)…Houston, TX
Jan. 30 (Saturday)…Indianapolis, IN
Feb. 2 (Tuesday)….Indianapolis, IN
Feb. 6 (Saturday)…Indianapolis, IN
Feb. 13 (Saturday)…Orlando, FL
Feb. 20 (Saturday)…Orlando, FL
Mar. 6 (Saturday)…Daytona Beach, FL
Mar. 13 (Saturday)…Arlington, TX
Mar. 16 (Tuesday)… Arlington, TX
Mar. 20 (Saturday)…Arlington, TX
Apr.10 (Saturday)…Atlanta, GA
Apr.13 (Tuesday)…Atlanta, GA
Apr.17 (Saturday)…Atlanta, GA
Apr. 24 (Saturday)…Salt Lake City, UT
May 1 (Saturday)…Salt Lake City, UT
FINAL 2021 AMA KICKER ARENACROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 8…….Starkville, MS
Jan. 9…….Starkville, MS
Jan. 15…….Lubbock, TX
Jan. 16…….Lubbock, TV
Jan. 22…….Guthrie, OK
Jan. 23…….Guthrie, OK
Jan. 29…….Denver, CO
Jan. 30…….Denver, CO
Feb. 5…….Tampa, Fl
Feb. 6…….Tampa, Fl
Mar. 5…….Amarillo, TX
Mar. 6…….Amarillo, TX
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