Justin looked great in the LCQ while leading and looking to secure the win in the 250 main event until he hit a kicker and that ejected him off the bike
The best practice for racing is racing
Plus the usual cast of SoCal characters & REM regulars
The biggest losses can turn into the greatest strengths
The center of focus isn't always on the center of the frame
What do you mean it's not summer? It's 90 degrees
This could be you, but then it could be everybody
Photos by Dan Alamangos, Debbi Tamietti and Mark Chilson Time is running out to get ready for the AMA Nationals, so Troy Lee sent sent Shane McElrath and Justin Hoeft (615) to REM to get started on their outdoor prep. Hoeft went 1-1, McElrath 2-1 and Brandon Scharer 4-3. Starting in April REM will hold 30-minute motos for the Pros to help them prepare. Thankfully, the Vets, Novices and Intermediates will stick with 20-minute motos. Photo: Mark Chilson Life becomes more hectic as Glen Helen begins to prepare for the May…
REM GLEN HELEN MOTOCROSS RACE REPORT: IF YOU THINK OLD GUYS RULE BECAUSE OF CHAD REED, MEET THE REALLY OLD GUYS WHO KNOW HOW ITS DONE
Photos by Dan Alamangos Justin Hoeft (x) and Justin Jones (42 ) lead the Pro charge over this rolling hump. Zac Commans (92) tries to snea k up on the right. As sad as it is to report, winter finally arrived at Glen Helen as the riders huddled in their jackets and hats to fend off the bitter chill of the 62 degree weather...a few even eschewed wearing shorts. Okay, SoCal racers are babies when it comes to cold weather, but by the same token REM racers don?t complain when the temperatures hit 110 degrees...
REM GLEN HELEN MOTOCROSS RACE REPORT: IT’S NOT THE TWISTING AND TURNING THAT’S HARD – IT’S THE BREATHING
Photos by Dan and Chris Alama ngos If you could get this close to Bonanza Plumbing KTM rider Justin Jones, this is what you would see. You'll have to imagine what it would feel like. When REM Motocross announced that it was switching every class to 20-minute motos starting in 2014, there were two camps lined up against each other on the issue. Half of the crowd didn?t want to go 20-minutes because it seemed like too much, the other half lobbied for 30 minutes. Now, four races into the 2014 season, most ...
Greg Groom (12), Jim Masters (439), G re g Iorio (127), Mark Hall (56), Jack Ryan (99) and Pete Vetrano (37) fan out across the Talladega first turn. The fans expected lots of former National Champions and Hall of Famers to show up at the annual REM Octobercross ? after all, it is held only a few days before the MTA World Vet Championship. Additionally, lots of out-of-state and foreign riders also came to town a week early to try to learn the tricky ups and downs of the rough Glen Helen circuit. But, no...