Check out Mike Poli’s recap from this past summer/spring. Great race footage and around town hooliganism!
Second Annual Sturgis Supermoto A Big Hit
Pascarella takes the win; McAllister takes the crown
In two weeks and one day, riders from all over the world will be arriving in Mettet Belgium for the worlds largest supermoto race. Unfortunately I will not be attending this year, but lucky for you guys I went last year and I am very familiar with how the event works. Continue reading
Boxshop Speedway the hidden Gem of Supermoto. Though some of you may say that this is quite a bold statement to be made about just a little track in Parsonsfield, Maine; this track is more than meets the eye. I would even go as far as to state that Boxshop has certainly proven itself to be one of the “bigger” tracks in Supermoto.
Brandon Ward is an AMA National Supermoto Pro rider, currently sitting in second place for points. I was fortunate to be able to get a minute of his time in his busy schedule to answer some questions for you guys about his racing career and his new venture BW Racing, which has some very ambitious goals for the 2015 season and looks to be a great push in the right direction for the sport of supermoto. Continue reading
Round 5 is in the books after this past weekend at Blue Diamond MX Park in New Castle, Delaware. This event had one of the coolest backdrops of any track I’ve been to. The pits were set in what seemed to be an abandoned amusement park with guys pitting in between rundown rides and a mini golf course that looked like it hadnt seen any mini golfers in years. It was a very cool place to hold a SM race.The FIM National Supermoto crew (formerly Supermoto East Coast) put on a fantastic event with different activities for spectators and kids. I will also say that this past weekend demonstrated perhaps some of the best racing the series has seen so fat, this year.
It’s not every day that you get permission to ride, let alone race, as gorgeous of a bike as Chris Kemp’s KTM 350. This bike is simply one of his many gorgeous KTM’s that have had the full HMC treatment, and it’s the one he so kindly let me ride during June’s Lightning on the Wolf race at USAIR in Shawana, Wisconsin. As some of you may have heard, my bike faced some electrical issues and went down during practice that Friday. Chris was kind enough to let me ride the spare KTM he brought with him, and it lead to easily one of the most fun weekends I’ve had on a bike in a long time. Continue reading