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With Injuries to key players in 2011 it gave way for other riders to step up. After a tough wrist injury to James Stewart
and Chad Reed having to sit out, the door was open for some younger riders to take the title from Bubba. Suzuki Rider Ryan
Dungey was locked in a tight battle for the championship with Ryan Villopoto and it seemed destined to be an epic battle
until Villopoto suffered a broken leg requiring major surgery in one of the hardest crashes you will see, Ryan Dungey ran
away from the pack.
In 2011 Ryan Dungey is the reigning supercross champion, but he will have to compete in what is sure to be one of the
deepest fields as far as talent that I've ever seen. Stewart has had alot of time to train even having to miss the 2010
outdoor series, he has alot to prove and a chip on his shoulders. Chad Reed will be sporting his new Two Two racing team
and is always a contender. What I'm most anxious to see is how Ryan Villopoto will bounce back, and with new rookie
sensation Trey Canard on a tear he will also be someone to watch for. There are other riders not to forget like the
ageless wonder Kevin Windham, Justin Brayton, Austin Stroupe and Andrew Short, this is a very talented group of riders and
will make 2011 very interesting!
Motocross is a French word combining motorcycle and Cross-country. Motocross was first made popular in Europe in the
50s-60s as the best riders would race in open fields and pastures. Motocross came to the United States in the mid 60's to
showcase the sport. It was the pioneering of rider Roger De Coster who currently runs KTM Red Bull who won 5 world
championship and really struck a nerve with American Motorcycle enthusiasts. The sport has evovled from there and after
many years of domination by European riders, the AMA outdoor series has become the prestige series of the world and
attracts upwards of 40,000 fans per event today.
Supercross is an americanized version of Motocross pinning the same riders, teams and fans against one another on man made
tracks at indoor venues during the winter months. The races are shorter and compact to fit into a stadium, with big jumps
and many rythm sections. The first ever supercross race was help at the Los Angeles Coliseum in 1972. From here the sport
has grown into what it is today, the 2nd most popular motorsport in the world only beat by nascar. Supercross brought to
light the sport of motocross because instead of fans traveling to rural outdoor tracks, it brought the sport to the cities
giving easy access to the masses. The indoor venues gives confortable seating, food, bathrooms and a comfortable
atmosphere. Many supercross riders like Jeremy McGrath, James Stewart, Ricky Carmichael and Travis Pastrana have become
household and mainstream names. The current AMA FIM supercross series is the most popular hosting 16 rounds across the
United States, into Canada and even the inner track of the Daytona 500. Supercross tickets have become one of the
most popular sports tickets to get your hands on today.
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