Since we dropped the Red Bull Straight Rhythm bomb on November 6th, you, the avid moto viewer have been eating up the action clips like they were bacon-wrapped morsels. Those, my friends, have only been the video appetizers. What we have here is the tasty entrée that dives deeper into the world of Straight Rhythm.
Troy Lee Designs and Horizon Hobby have joined forces on a multi-year partnership that will see the production of limited-edition TLD collaborative products.
If you grew up racing motocross, at one point or another, your dad laid these words of moto wisdom on you: Jump for show, corner for dough. Finally, the day has come that you can tell pops to stuff it, and all of that fun you were having on the jumps was worth it.
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At the 2013 Monster Energy Cup, there were six full-time 250SX riders that qualified for the main events in the deepest talent pool in the history of the event, and when the points were tallied, Troy Lee Designs/Honda-backed Cole Seely was 6th overall and the second highest scoring full-time 250SX rider. Watching the races live, you could see Cole was feeling more comfortable on the 450, and it showed on the scoreboard.
On Saturday evening, the Amateur All-Star class lined the gate at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas to battle it out like the pros at the Monster Energy Cup. After perfect rides earlier in the day, Justin Hoeft suffered a hard crash early in the moto. We caught up with the A class rider to find out exactly what went wrong and how he is doing.
The Troy Lee Designs team blew through Las Vegas this weekend for the Monster Energy Cup. The crew flew the Seven racewear colors during the weekend and the different look brought the boys a mixed bag of luck on the track. Cole Seely turned heads on his solo 450 ride this year while amateur standout Justin Hoeft left Vegas banged up and bruised.