MXA WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: GIT UR DONE!

THE LAS VEGAS SUPERCROSS TV BROADCAST ON USA NETWORK THIS SATURDAY

It is a shame that we get all the way to the final race of the 2019 AMA Supercross series only to have it changed to a different TV channel and, for lots of America, a different time. The race will be shown on the USA network, not NBC Sports, and while it will be shown live in many times zones, the USA network is moving it around in other time zones. You need to check your TV program guide to find out where it is listed.

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BUD EKINS’ 1962 ISDT GOLD MEDAL-WINNING, 1962 TRIUMPH TR6SS SELLS FOR $126,000

A 1962 Triumph 649cc TR6SS ridden by Bud Ekins, the American bike racer who performed the famous jump as stunt-double for Steve McQueen in “The Great Escape,” was one of the star lots of this weekend’s Bonhams Spring Stafford Sale, achieving a world record auction price of $126,000 – over three times its top estimate. This was the bike that Bud Ekins won a gold medal on in the 1962 International Six Days Trials. Ekins was best known for performing the famous motorcycle jump (as Steve McQueen’s stunt double) in the movie “The Great Escape.” Although the “The Great Escape” depicted as a World War II Prisoner of War camp, the bike that Bud jumped over and into in the movie was a 1950s Triumph. With the “The Great Escape” being shot in Germany in 1962, Bud Ekins thought it would be a good idea to combine his film work with racing in that year’s ISDT, held at Garmisch Partenkirchen. Triumph supplied Ekins with a factory-prepared machine, which was flown to Germany and first registered there. After the ISDT, Bud had the Triumph shipped back to California and registered there as “CAL 142080.”

THERE IS A NEW MOTOCROSS MOVIE COMING TO YOUR HOME TOWN: BENNETT’S WAR

BENNETT’S WAR” MOVIE TRAILER

TWO THINGS TO WATCH IN LAS VEGAS: GETTING POINTS & THINKING ABOUT NOT GETTING POINTS

Michael Mosiman_2019 Denver Supercross-6167Michael Mosiman could be fifth or he could be seventh—but then so could Jimmy DeCotis or Cameron McAdoo.

There are two story lines taking place in Las Vegas this weekend that have nothing to do with the battles for the three Supercross crowns. Instead, these battles will take place a little farther back in the final points standings, but are significant in their own way.

First, In the 250 West, JGR’s Jimmy Decotis, Husqvarna’s Michael Mosiman and Geico’s Cameron McAdoo are all tied at 128 points apiece. Whoever does better in Las Vegas will finished 5th in the 2019 AMA 250 West Supercross Championship. It is a big deal to these three riders, because often a rider’s contract has clauses in it that reward a rider for a top five season finish with bonus money and/or contract renewal.

Current 250 West points with one race left.

Second, Martin Davalos has a personal decision to make in Vegas. Martin currently sits at 134 points with only the Las Vegas race left. Martin cannot mathematically win the 250 East Championship because he is 40 points behind points leader Chase Sexton. But, and this is a big but, if Davalos makes the main event he is guaranteed to earn at least one point (which is what 22nd place pays). If Martin scores one point, he will run afoul of the AMA advancement system—which says that if a rider earns 135 points four times in his 250 East/West points career he must move to the 450 class the next year.

Davalos has a unique claim to fame. He has been in the 250 East/West series since he first started racing as an AMA Pro back in 2006. That means that Martin has been in the 250 Supercross series for 13 years. In fact, last week’s race was his 100th career start in the class and at 32 years old he is the oldest rider in the class. You might ask how a rider could stay in a development class for 13 years. The answer is that the AMA has changed the advancement rules several times since Martin entered the class. Two years ago, the rule read that if you earned 135 points for any three years of your 250 East/West career you had to move out of the class. But, the AMA suddenly changed the rule to four years (note the crossed-out “three” in the rule above). Martin Davolos has only earned 135 or more points three times in 13 years—149 points (2014), 141 points (2016) and 145 points (2017). The only other time that Martin was close to the magic number was in 2013 when he scored 133 points.

Martin Davalos_2019 Nashville Supercross-1692Martin Davalos. Will he or won’t he?

So all eyes will be on Martin Davalos to see if he really wants to move to the 450 class, regardless of whether or not anyone would hire him to race a 450. If he fails to make the main or gets injured during practice, he will come up one point short in 2019…and Martin could probabaly find another ride in the 250 Supercross series for 2020. It’s his decision.

COLIN EDWARDS’ DIRT WARS & MAD DOG FLAT TRACK RACE ON MAY 4

For more info go to www.texastornadoboot camp.com

MXA FIRST RIDE: OSET MX-10 ELECTRIC PEE-WEE MOTOCROSS BIKE

2019 TEXAS NIGHT SERIES ON MAY 11, MAY 18 & JUNE 1

For more info go to www.freestonemx.com

CLASSIC MXA TEST RIDER PHOTO: PONDERING THE POSSIBILITIES

MXA test riders didn’t approach the Suzuki TM400 without some concern for their safety. Here, Pete Maly gives the spaghetti-framed, light switch engined, violent two-stroke the evil eye. The TM400 was the bike that launched the classic want ads that started with “Injury forces sale.”

HOW THEY RANK: MXA’S 2019 250 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT

CLASSIC MOTOCROSS ADS: PRO-TEC YAMAHA TT600

Hard to believe today, but back in the 1970s and 1980s if you wanted a race-ready four-stroke motocross bike, you had to build it yourself or have Pro-Tec or White Brothers build you one. Pro-Tec offered a 600c engine kit for $695.

THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAY BOYS: RICH 65, BRETT 35, ROLF 82, BUD 89 & EDISON 101

Akira NaritaMay 1…Akira Narita 1980
May 2…Tania Satchwell 1980

May 3…Carlos Rivera
May 3…Bryan Hinson
May 3…Mark Kalpakof

eierstedtcoverThe late Rich Eierstedt on the cover of the June 1977 issue of MXA at Saddleback Park.

May 5…Rich Eierstedt 1954
May 5…Mike Koger
May 5…Joel Roelants 1989

May 6…Brett Metcalfe 1984
May 6…Ben Watson 1997
May 7…Matt Tedder

ROLFTIBBLIN1962May 7…Rolf Tibblin 1937
May 7…Justin Hill 1995
May 9…Brian Deegan 1975

BUDEKINSjumpMay 10…Bud Ekins 1930

May 10…Edison Dye 1918
May 10…Jason McCormick 1975

COMMONLY ASKED MXA QUESTIONS: WHAT IS THE BEST MAP FOR MY 2018 YZ450F?

This is the map that MXA runs. It was developed by Yamaha’s inhouse test rider Travis Preston. Just punch these numbers into your phone and plug it into your YZ450F.

CLASSIC MOTOCROSS ADS: HOW LIGHT IS HE?

We have a few issues with this 1974 Honda CR125/250 advertisement. If you read it carefully, it says.”World’s Lightest Moto-Cross Racers.”

MXA TEAM TESTED: USED IT, ABUSED IT, MISUSED IT & LOVED IT

MAXIMA SC-1 SILICONE DETAILER
When your bike is new, every part sparkles and shines. Unfortunately, that new-bike look only lasts about 13 minutes into the first ride. Somewhere between starting it up and putting it back on the stand, the luster flies off. The plastic no longer twinkles. It is dull. The solution? Spray it with Maxima SC-1 Silicone Detailer.

VERDICT:
MXA’s test bikes can’t look drab and dingy. Maxima SC-1 saves us time and money. It even works on the sidewalls of our tires. SC-1 sprays out in a fine mist that covers a large area, and one aerosol can will last for 10 or more washings. Our primary weapon in the war against lackluster plastic parts is Maxima SC-1.

DIGITS:
$10.50 (12-ounce can)—www.maximausa.com or you local dealer.

NEKEN SFH HANDLEBARS
The Neken SFH handlebars are standard 25.4mm oversize handlebars that taper gradually down to 22mm and then, in the last 6 inches, to 18mm. In effect, the SFH bars are 5mm smaller in the grip and throttle section than a normal handlebar. Neken uses the smaller bar to make the grips 5mm thicker. That is double the thickness of a normal grip.

VERDICT:
Test riders reported a reduction in vibration, more comfort and less hand fatigue. Additionally, the strength of the handlebar was not compromised by the smaller ends, because the load on the handlebar is closer to the bar mounts—not the bar ends.

DIGITS:
$108.95 (bars), $21.95 (grips)—www.nk-neken.com or your local dealer.

BIG BIKE RATING: MXA’S 2019 450 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT

OLD SCHOOL SCRAMBLES AT GLEN HELEN ON MAY 5, JUNE 30, JULY 28, AUG. 25 & Dec. 22

For more information, please visit www.OldSchoolScramblesRacing.com

2019 HAWAIIAN SUPERCROSS ON MAY 11 AT ALOHA STADIUM

The Hawaiian Supercross is scheduled for one week after the 2019 AMA Supercross series ends.  Riders listed for the race are Ryan Sipes, Justin Brayton, Austin Politelli, Josh Hill, Ben Lamay, Tyler Bowers, Alex Ray, Mike Alessi, Kyle Chisholm and one lone Hawaiian, Brian Medeiros. For more information go to www.hawaiiansx.com

ONE LAST SHOT AT GLORY: 2019 AMA SUPERCROSS WINNERS AT A GLANCE

Dylan Ferrandis_2019 Denver Supercross-8054Dylan Ferrandis has to make up 8 points on Adam Cianciarulo to win the 250 West.

Date               Venue                                            450                                250
Jan. 5……..Anaheim, CA………………..Justin Barcia…………Colt Nichols
Jan. 12…..Glendale, AZ…………………Blake Baggett………Adam Cianciarulo
Jan. 19…..Anaheim, CA…………………Cooper Webb………Shane McElrath
Jan. 26…..Oakland, CA………………….Cooper Webb………Adam Cianciarulo
Feb. 2……San Diego, CA………………..Eli Tomac……………..Adam Cianciarulo
Feb. 9…….Minneapolis, MN………….Cooper Webb………Austin Forkner
Feb. 16…..Arlington, TX………………..Cooper Webb………Austin Forkner
Feb. 23….Detroit, MI…………………….Eli Tomac………………Austin Forkner
Mar. 2……Atlanta, GA……………………Cooper Webb………Adam Cianciarulo
Mar. 9……Daytona Beach, FL……….Eli Tomac………………Austin Forkner
Mar. 16…Indianapolis, IN…………….Marvin Musquin…..Austin Forkner
Mar. 23….Seattle, WA…………………..Marvin Musquin…..Dylan Ferrandis
Mar. 30…Houston, TX………………….Cooper Webb……….Dylan Ferrandis
Apr. 6…….Nashville, TN………………….Eli Tomac……………….Martin Davalos
Apr. 13….Denver, CO…………………..Eli Tomac………………Adam Cianciarulo
Apr. 27….East Rutherford, NJ…….Cooper Webb………Chase Sexton
May 4……Las Vegas, NV……………
450 Points leader……………Cooper Webb (KTM)
250 West points leader…Adam Cianciarulo (Kaw)
250 East points leader…..Chase Sexton (Kaw)

IT’S BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE THEY RACED: 2019 FIM GRAND PRIX WINNERS AT A GLANCE

Tony Cairoli_MXGP_2018_R06_RA_4028Thanks to a massive break in the 2019 Grand Prix schedule (from April 7 to May 12), Antonio Cairoli has been sitting on his 450 points leads for all of March and April. The GP don’t start up again until March 12 in Italy.

Date               Venue                                            450                                250
Mar. 3……. Argentina……………………….Tony Cairoli…………Jorge Prado
Mar. 24……England………………………….Tony Cairoli…………Thomas Kjer Olsen
Mar. 31……Holland…………………………..Tony Cairoli………..Jorge Prado
Apr. 7……….Trentino, Italy………………..Tim Gajser………….Jorge Prado
May 12…….Lombardia, Italy
May 19……..Portugal
May 26…….France
June 9…..…Russia
June 16……Latvia
June 23……Germany
July 7………Palembang, Indo.
July 14……..Semarang, Indo
July 28….…Czech Republic
Aug. 4………Belgium
Aug. 18….…Imola, Italy
Aug. 25….…Sweden
Sept. 8……..Turkey
Sept. 15…..Shanghai, China
Sept. 22…..Hong Kong, China (Canceled)
450 points leader…………..Tony Cairoli (KTM)
250 points leader…………..Thomas Kjer Olsen (Hus)

WHO’S WHO IN AMA SUPERCROSS POINTS AFTER 16 OF 17 ROUNDS

Justin Barcia_2019 Nashville Supercross-2065Justin Barcia hasn’t been on top of his game in 2019—save for winning the opening round of the 450 series, but he’s still in the top ten in points.

CURRENT AMA 450 SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(After 16 of 17 rounds)
(After 16 of 17 rounds)
1. Cooper Webb…358
2. Eli Tomac…335
3. Marvin Musquin…327
4. Ken Roczen…300
5. Blake Baggett…274
6. Dean Wilson…223
7. Joey Savatgy…208
8. Cole Seely…194
9. Justin Bogle…158
10. Justin Barcia…154
11. Chad Reed…151
12. Justin Brayton…151
13. Justin Hill…148
14. Tyler Bowers…140
15. Zach Osborne…136
16. Aaron Plessinger…123
17. Kyle Chisholm…109
18. Ben Lamay…102
19. Vince Friese…65
20. Alex Ray…65

Chase Sexton_2019 Rutherford Supercross-2740When Austin Forkner got hurt, Chase Sexton inherited the 250 East points lead. He is 9 points ahead of Justin Cooper.

CURRENT AMA 250 EAST SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(After 9 of 10 rounds)
1. Chase Sexton…174
2. Justin Cooper…165
3. Austin Forkner…152
4. Martin Davalos…134
5. Mitchell Oldenburg…128
6. Alex Martin…121
7. Brandon Hartranft…118
8. Kyle Peters…115
9. Kyle Cunningham…108
10. Jordan Bailey…91
11. Josh Osby…71
12. Jordon Smith…70
13. Lorenzo Locurcio…66
14. John Short…43
15. Henry Miller…37
16. Mitchell Falk…36
17. Chase Marquier …33
18. Anthony Rodriguez…31
19. Fredrik Noren…29
20. Josh Cartwright…28

Colt Nichols_2019 Atlanta Supercross-28Colt Nichols started the 250 West like gang busters, but cooled down as the 250 West continued. He’s safe in third.

CURRENT AMA 250 WEST SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(After 9 of 10 rounds)
1. Adam Cianciarulo…208
2. Dylan Ferrandis…200
3. Colt Nichols…163
4. R.J. Hampshire…145
5. Jimmy Decotis…128
6. Michael Mosiman…128
7. Cameron McAdoo…128
8. Shane McElrath…123
9. Chris Blose …119
10. Garrett Marchbanks…100
11. Jacob Hayes…91
12. Martin Castelo…83
13. Sean Cantrell…72
14.Jess Pettis…66
15. Justin Starling…60
16. Enzo Lopes…50
17. Robbie Wageman…39
18. Mitchell Harrison…38
19. Jerry Robin…34
20 .Dylan Merriam…31

FIM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS — HERE ARE THE POINTS AFTER 4 ROUNDS

Tony Cairoli has a 191-point lead over arch-rival Jeffrey Herlings, but he may have to start worrying about Honda’s Tim Gajser (above)—who went 1-1 in Trentino at the last GP. The next round is on May 12.

2019 FIM 450 WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 4 of 18 rounds)
1. Antonio Cairoli (KTM)…191
2. Tim Gajser (Hon)..175
3. Gautier Paulin (Yam)…142
4. Arminas Jasikonis (Hus)…120
5. Jeremy Van Horebeek (Hon)…113
6. Clement Desalle (Kaw)…112
7. Jeremy Seewer (Yam)…98
8. Shaun Simpson (KTM)…88
9. Julien Lieber (Kaw)…79
10. Arnaud Tonus (Yam)…71

Argentina MXGP Jorge PradoJorge Prado has won every moto of the 2019 FIM 250 World Championship that he has raced, but he missed the British GP. He has 6 wins out of 8 motos and has gotten to within 20 points of leader Thomas Kjer Olsen.

2019 FIM 250 WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 4 of 18 rounds)
1. Thomas Kjer Olsen (Hus)…170
2. Jorge Prado (KTM)…150
3. Henry Jacobi (Kaw)…147
4. Ben Watson (Yam)…129
5. Jago Geerts (Yam)…125
6. Tom Vialle (KTM)…121
7. Calvin Vlaanderen (Hon)…107
8. Mitch Evans (Hon)…89
9. Adam Sterry (Kaw)…89
10. Davy Pootjes (Hus)…76

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The May issue of MXA  is filled with bike tests—including the 2019-1/2 KTM 450SXF Factory Edition, 2019 Yamaha YZ250X cross-country bike, 2019 TM 300MX two-stroke, Daryl Ecklund’s 2003 Kawasaki KX125 project bike,  2019 Honda CRF250RX (a motocross CRF250 with a big tank and 18-inch rear wheel) and a retro test of Travis Pastran’s  2003 Suzuki RM250.  Plus, a revealing interview with Johnny O’Mara, a Moto-Physics  article on how to be a rim-scrub detective and a detailed look at the Supercross Lime-gate disaster.

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2019 RACE SCHEDULE: THE SEASON IS STILL YOUNG

Starting line_Glen Helen World Vet 2019
Start planning now to join riders from over 20 different countries at the 2019 Dubya World Vet Championship on November 2-3. If you thought last week’s World Two-Stroke Championship was big, wait until you see the World Vet.

2019 AMA SUPERCROSS SERIES
Jan. 5…………………………….Anaheim, CA
Jan. 12………………………….Glendale, AZ
Jan. 19………………………….Anaheim, CA (3-moto race)
Jan. 26………………………….Oakland, CA
Feb. 2……………………………San Diego, CA
Feb. 9…………………………..Minneapolis, MN
Feb. 16………………………….Arlington, TX
Feb. 23………………………….Detroit, MI (3-moto race)
Mar. 2……………………………Atlanta, GA (250 E/W Shootout)
Mar. 9……………………………Daytona Beach, FL
Mar. 16………………………….Indianapolis, IN
Mar. 23………………………….Seattle, WA
Mar. 30………………………….Houston, TX (3-moto race)
Apr. 6……………………………Nashville, TN
Apr. 13………………………….Denver, CO
Apr. 27………………………….East Rutherford, NJ
May 4……………………………Las Vegas, NV (250 E/W Shootout)

2019 FIM MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 3…………………………… Argentina
Mar. 24……………………………England
Mar. 31……………………………Holland
Apr. 7………………………………Trentino (Italy #1)
May 12…………………………….Lombardia (Italy #2)
May 19…………………….……..Portugal
May 26……………………………France
June 9…………………………….Russia
June 16…………………………..Latvia
June 23…………………………..Germany
July 7……………………………..Palembang (Indonesia #1)
July 14……………………………Semarang (Indonesia #2
July 28……………………………Czech Republic
Aug. 4…………………………….Belgium
Aug. 18…………………………..Imola (Italy #3)
Aug. 25…………………………..Sweden
Sept. 8……………………………Turkey
Sept. 15…………………………..Shanghai, China
Sept. 22…………………………..Hong Kong (Canceled)

2019 AMA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
May 18……………………Hangtown, CA
May 25.…………………..Pala, CA
June 1..……………….….Thunder Valley, CO
June 15..…………………Mt. Morris, PA
June 22.………………….Jacksonville. FL
June 29..…………………Southwick, MA
July 6.………………….….Red Bud, MI​
July 20.……………………Millville, MN​
July 27.……………………Washougal, WA
Aug. 10..………………….Unadilla, NY​
Aug. 17..………………….​Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 24.…………………..Crawfordsville, IN

2019 WORLD OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP (WORCS)
Jan. 18-20………………………..Primm, NV
Feb. 1-3……………………………Glen Helen, CA
Mar. 1-3……………………………Lake Havasu, AZ
Mar. 22-24……………………….Peoria, AZ
Apr. 12-14………………………..Las Vegas, NV
Apr. 26-28………………………..Taft, CA
May 24-26……………………….Mesquite, NV
July 30-Aug. 4…………………McCleary, WA
Sept. 13-15……………………..Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 4-6……………………………Milford, CA
Nov. 15-17……………………….Primm, NV

2019 WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP
April 20…………………………..Glen Helen

2019 HAWAIIAN SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
May 4…………………………..Honolulu, HA

2019 MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN MOTOCROSS
June 21-30……………………….Mammoth Lakes, CA

2019 CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
June 1………………………………Wild Rose, AB
June 8………………………………Blackwater, BC
June 15…………………………….McNabb Valley, MB
July 13……………………………..Gopher Dunes, ON
July 20……………………………..San Del Lee, ON
July 27……………………………..Riverglade, NB
Aug. 3………………………………Deschambault, QC
Aug. 17…………………………….Walton, ON

2019 AMA NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
July 29-Aug. 3………………….Loretta Lynn, TN

2019 BRITISH ARENACROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 18-19………………………….Belfast, Irl
Feb. 1-2……………………………..Birmingham, GB
Feb. 15-6…………………………..Sheffield, GB

2019 BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 10……………………………..FatCat
Apr. 14………………………………Lyng
May 5……………………………….Canada Heights
June 2………………………………Blaxhall
June 30…………………………….Desertmartin
July 21……………………………..Hawkstone Park
Aug. 11……………………………..Foxhill
Sept. 15……………………………Landrake

2019 BRITISH APICO TWO-STROKE FESTIVAL
May 25-26……………………….Marshfield MX
Aug. 3-4……………………………Iron Works Moto
Sept. 21-22……………………..Sellindge MX

2019 GERMAN MX MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIP
April 14…………………………….Princely Drehna
June 2………………………………Moggers, Austria
June 30…………………………….Molln
July 21……………………………..Tens
Aug. 11…………………………….Gaildorf
Sept. 1……………………………..Biel
Sept. 15……………………………Wood Gerlingen

2019 AMA VINTAGE MOTORCYCLE DAYS
July 5-7…………………………….Lexington, Ohio

2019 AMA NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
July 29-Aug. 3………………….Loretta Lynn, TN

2019 RYAN VILLOPOTO AMATEUR MOTOCROSS CUP
Aug. 22-25………………………..Grays Harbor, WA

2019 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Sept. 29…………………………….Assen, Holland

2019 MONSTER ENERGY CUP
Oct. 21……………………………..Las Vegas, NV

2019 WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 2-3……………………………..Glen Helen, CA

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