Brand new Blogger for 2021 – Mike Antonovich – was on the floor at Houston for the first round of ’21 AMA Supercross. Was it racing but not as we know it?
Making it stick? 51 owns H1 [Fly Racing 2021 SX Blog #1]
It was a red night in Texas for the first night of Supercross and the second major motorcycle race of 2021. Steve Matthes was in Houston and watched Justin Barcia make a signal of intent for the third year in a row
Zach Osborne talks 2021 Supercross: schedules, track variation, fans, rivals, Bakers Factory and being the outside bet at title success
The 2020 AMA Pro National Motocross Champion is one of the names hovering on the fringe of ’21 450 SX title contention as the series gets ready for the first fireworks of the season with a triple-header in Houston
Los ultimos pasos
Adam Cianciarulo on being so near to the record books and ahead of a Las Vegas decider after having been so far for so long.
The last great charge
Too little too late! Eli Tomac went 2 in a row in his home round of AMA Supercross in Denver but Cooper Webb has one handle on his first 450SX championship with two rounds to run. Steve Matthes was in Colorado
Tweaking the Triple
Detroit saw another instalment of the Triple Crown format and a long overdue victory for Eli Tomac (as well as verification that Chad Reed still has his SX chops). What’s the growing feeling on the triple-header? Steve Matthes gets the word from the paddock
No rolling over yet
Fantastic racing in Arlington with Cooper Webb setting a new record for the tightest win in SX history but there were also other talking points