MOTO 8 The Movie 4K (Official Trailer)

The world’s favorite dirtbike film series returns in 2016 with MOTO 8. Once again bringing the greatest riders in the game to the most epic locations, MOTO 8 gives viewers the most badass visual moto experience ever seen. From the biggest tracks in the world, to going 100+mph through the Australian outback, MOTO 8 continues the progression of filmmaking in the two-wheel world. It’s the roots of motocross, portrayed in the modern era: 
wide open throttles and massive jumps combined with helicopters and 4K cameras.




Credit: MotoXCinema
Pre-Order the DVD or Blu-ray and receive a FREE MOTO 8 Poster, also enter to win over $12,000 worth of prizes including a Brand New 2017 KTM SX-F at: 

Starring: Dean Wilson, Kris Foster, Tom Parsons, Jessy Nelson, Haiden Deegan, Axell Hodges, Josh Hill, Toby Price, Ivan Ramirez, Cody Webb, Kevin Rookstool, Reagan Sieg, Tim Gajser and many more…

Sponsored by: Cooper Tires, Discount Tire, Motosport, Polaris, KTM
Vurb Original: Sweney Cycle Park LLAQ

Sweney Cycle Park hosted it's annual Memorial Day Weekend race for Loretta Lynn's South Central Area Qualifier in Brush, Colorado. Two full days of racing at this beautiful facility, tons of sand, ruts, America, and Freedom. What more could you ask for?!




Jason Leeper



2 Stankin | Epi 2: Hello Glen Helen!

After having the Stank Bus breaking down, the thoughts of even making it to Glen Helen was up in the air. After making a gutty decision, the crew takes the pick up to the second round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Check out what went down during the day with Gared as he tackles one of his toughest stops this season on his 125! Presented by Fly Racing

Tom Journet
Tim Gajser: "Everybody has blood under their skin"



We've known about the skills of Slovenian rider Tim Gajser for sometime now, but even we were shocked at how well he's adapted to the 450 machine, beating everyone at the first round of the MXGP World Championship in convincing 1-1 fashion. We caught up with him after the press conference to hear what he had to say about his victory and how his life has changed since winning the MX2 title last year...


Congratulations. First race in the MXGP class, first win. How’s it feel?
Thank you very much. It feels amazing. I actually came in here in the first round, I didn’t expect that. I knew that we had a good winter. I was riding good. But to come here and ride like that, like I was riding today, it’s just amazing. I just want to say thank you to everyone because we were working really hard during the winter with the team, also with my dad and on the style. We need to change quite a lot from the 250 to 450. So huge thanks to everyone. It’s been good.





I’ve noticed on my Facebook feed there’s been some pictures from Slovenia. There’s a big party back home. What’s it like to have that support back home being such a hero?
It’s good. The motocross sport in Slovenia in the past, like two years, three years back, not many people were knowing the sport, but now it started to grow really, really quick and I think everyone from Slovenia started following that sport. It’s just amazing to see the picture. The fans sending here a picture on the Facebook and Instagram, text you, how they support you with the shirts, with everything. So it’s just amazing.


I still remember the red and yellow shirts and the old motorhome, and everything like that from your first 125 world title. How has your life changed in terms of being a celebrity back home?
Actually I am the same guy. I try to be the same guy like I was before. I think that’s the key. We are just humans. Everybody has blood under their skin. Be a normal person, that makes you an even bigger champion.





Obviously moving on, Thailand, not your greatest round last year. You said in the press conference you just got to drink more water. Is that all there is to it or have you been training more specifically for the heat?
Last year we made a mistake. Actually I went down on the warmup before the first race. I took pills for pain killers and then I think that was the key that I was so dehydrated. I was working really hard during the winter and came there and just fell down like that. It was strange. But this winter we trained even harder. We have to because 450 is even more stronger. Also I have more time. I am now full professional rider. I don’t go in school anymore, so it’s easier also on that side.


I remember reading before that you’ve trained on the 450 quite a bit anyway, even when you were on the 250. Do you feel that’s made the step a little bit easier in terms of not such a challenge the bigger bike and all that kind of thing?
Yeah, for sure. But when I was riding races with 250 and then practicing with the 450 I was riding 450 like a 250, with the clutch, with the low gears. But now when I’m full time 450 rider it makes life easier. It’s not any more changing the bike. It’s just one bike for the practice, the same bike for the race. So it’s easier for me and I think also for the team.





Obviously Romain Febvre last year was a rookie, came in, won the championship. Does that give you confidence knowing that it can be done? You’ve just got to do what he did last year?
For sure. I think MX2 riders are really good. I think they show the speed with the lap times we are riding, last year when I was there and also this year in Qatar. Now they were riding the same pace like we ride. They are pretty quick when they are on the small bikes. And then also for sure, when you get the bigger bike, you have to ride more smoother. The style on the bike, it’s changed completely. Now you have to be more flowing, not so aggressive. Everything is different.




David Bulmer 



Monster Energy MX2 Getting Ready for Qatar


The Monster Energy Kawasaki MX2 Racing Team will once more attack from a position of strength in 2016 with two top riders and years of valuable experience with the factory KX250-F. Avignon’s Dylan Ferrandis is relishing his last season in the class while Petar Petrov – his feisty Bulgarian team mate - is looking for success in his first full season with the Dutch based team masterminded by successful French businessman, Jean Jacques Luisetti. Join us for an informal practice session at Dylan’s personal track and hear what the riders think about new season prospects.


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