The journey to professional motocross takes on many faces. With the world shrinking alongside the progress of technology, the U.S. motocross scene has a more international flavor than arguably ever before. Riders from as far South as Ecuador, to as far West as Russia are now competing full-time on U.S. soil.
Robert Lind didn’t fully commit to a professional career in motocross until the age of 22, as he was committed to finishing his education in his home country of Sweden. But since coming to America in 2012 with MX Heaven he has carved a place in the privateer ranks. In 2014 Lind will compete in his first professional season of Monster Energy Supercross. We caught up with the Swede to talk about his new beginnings.
You may not recognise the name Valentin Teillet, but if you've seen one of the awesome Bud Racing videos (Robbery at Bud, Three Musketeers or Bud Racing Promo), then you'll have seen Teillet's awesome style. Throw in some pretty insane speed and you have an instant crowd favourite, and one that'll be gracing the west coast 250 championship in 2014. We caught up with Teillet at Bercy to get to know him a little better…
FMF/RPM/KTM Team Maxxis announced today that they will field a four-person team of US Enduro/EnduroCross racers at the 2013/2014 FIM Super Enduro World Championship starting November 17, 2013 at the Echo Arena, in Liverpool, England.
After Supercross Marseille last weekend, Valentin Teillet won again in Italy at the Supercross of Genoa before 12,000 spectators.