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Motocross & Fmx News

Jeffrey Herlings Vurb Platinum Video Trailer

The highly anticipated Vurb Platinum film on Jeffrey Herlings is set to be release on iTune on September 23rd. Get excited and check out the trailer, you aren't going to want to miss this one. 


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Durt Junkies FMX series 2014: round 1



Located on a private farm just outside London, UK is the Scarry Compound. On Saturday, the Scarry Compound would host the first round of a new UK Pro / Am FMX series – Dirt Junkies!


After a day of perfect conditions for practice on the Friday with tacky dirt and no wind, riders woke up to slippery, waterlogged FMX park on Saturday morning after a heavy rain the night before. A few hours of running-in lines, raking and sweeping, the course was ready to ride. 


First up was the amateur qualifying sessions. Riders were put into groups of three, and sent out to jam around the FMX park for 20 mins in a fun and relaxed format. Riders were then ranked by the judges in reverse order ready for the finals later on in the day. For some of the amateurs, the Scarry Compound is their local park, but for many it was their first time riding the course. Everyone quickly managed to clear all the jumps, and figure out the different lines that are available in the park.


Next up was the Pro jam. A handful of the UK’s top FMX riders took to the course and threw down in a jam format for a good hour or so, taking it in turns to send the biggest tricks in their arsenal, and cope as best they could with the windy conditions. Dave Wiggins from Gatwick and Jamie Squibb from Devon really stood out; hitting the big gap, throwing some insane whips and a big selection of well extended tricks. Squibby, who only started Back Flipping again a year ago knocked out his entire repertoire of up-side down tricks, which grows everytime I see him ride, as well as his newly mastered and super steezy UP Nac’s. It’s fair to say Jamie has taken the level of FMX riding in the UK to a new stage this year, and it doesn’t look like he’s going to slow down any time soon.    


After a short break for lunch it was time for the amateur finals. Each rider would take to the course, and put together a 90 second run showcasing their best tricks and choice of lines to try and impress the judges. The judging panel in question consisted of Matt Rebeaud (X-Fighters rider), Stu Macey (Injured UK Pro FMX rider), Jamie Squibb (UK’s top FMX rider) and Neil Hopkins (One Industries). All the riders made full use of the dirt hits, hips, step-up’s and stoppie boxes as well as the regular 8m ramps, but it was London’s Joe Snazell who took the win ahead of Riccardo Underhill and Wayne Jacobs.    


Once the finals were done and dusted the scores had to be tallied up. Not to let the energy drop whilst this was going on, a quick ‘Goon Riding’ contest spontaneously kicked off with a prize of £50 and a can of Strongbow cider presented by Freetsyle Alex himself going to the winner. With around 7 riders all gooning as hard as they could around the course at the same time, the only words to describe the scene would be sketchy as hell and truly hilarious! The Goon king of the day was local rider Frank Carlton AKA Filla, who displayed some serious hidden goon talent. 


Final Amateur Results:

1.     Joe Snazell

2.     Riccardo Underhill

3.     Wayne Jacobs

4.     Josh John

5.     Frank Carlton

6.     Sam Savery

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Trey Canard Wins Utah National MX Race

Congrats to Trey Canard who took the overall win at the Utah Outdoor National Race after going 1-1 in the 450 races. This was the last race of the 2014 Outdoor National Series and Trey finished an impressive 3rd overall in the 450 point standings. 

Up next for Trey is going bike testing and getting ready for the Monster Cup event taking place in Las Vegas, NV on October 18th. 

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Trey Canard Riding Video

Check out Trey Canard riding on his home track in Shawnee, Oklahoma earlier this month. Trey currently racing in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series

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Trey Canard takes 2nd at Indiana Outdoor National Race

Congrats to DC moto athlete Trey Canard who took 2nd place overall at the Indiana Outdoor Nationals race this past weekend. Despite wet and very muddy conditions Trey had a great day of racing finishing 3rd in the first 450 moto and winning the 2nd 450 moto. The 2014 Outdoor National Series ends this Saturday, August 23rd with the Utah National Race. 

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Signing Session with Jeffrey Herlings

  Come meet two time MX2 World Champion Jeffrey Herlings #84 at the DC Store in Amsterdam for an autograph signing on July 31st.
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Ryan Villopoto Wins 4th Straight Supercross Championship

DC Supercross athlete Ryan Villopoto clinched the 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship title after winning his sixth AMA Supercross race of the season at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium. The win built upon his extensive points lead in the overall standings and guaranteed his title position with one race left in the 2014 season. This marks Villopoto's fourth consecutive AMA Supercross title, solidifying his legacy as one of the most dominant Supercross racers in history.

"I never thought I would win four consecutive Supercross titles," said Villopoto. "The feeling is unreal, and I am thankful for my team and family for always standing beside me."

Yeah RV!

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DC Moto Autograph Signing in New York

We're headed to to the East Coast next week for the New Jersey Supercross race and for an autograph singing at the DC Soho Store in New York City. Come by and meet DC moto athletes Tyler Bereman, Robbie Maddison, Ryan Villopoto, Adam Cianciarulo, and Trey Canard on Thursday April 24 at 6:30 PM. The appearance and signing will be held at the DC Soho Store at 92 Mercer Street. 

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Ryan Villopoto Wins Seattle Supercross Race

DC athlete and current Supercross points leader Ryan Villopoto had another great win Saturday night in his hometown of Seattle, WA. Fellow DC athlete Trey Canard finished 6th overall at the end of the night. There's only two more races in the 2014 season, East Rutherford, NJ on Saturday, April 26th and Las Vegas, NV on Saturday, May 3rd. 

Check out a few of our favorite photos from the weekend, including the autograph signing that we had with motocross legends Jeremy McGrath and Nate Adams. 

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