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Wide Open: A Life in Supercross by Jeremy McGrathJeremy McGrath has been called the Michael Jordan of Supercross by the Los Angeles Times, and in this revealing autobiography fans not only get his personal story, but also a detailed guide on how everyone can become a Supercross racer.
The No 1 Supercross racer in the world – who has over 20 sponsors, his own film company, a toy line, Nintendo and Playstation games, and a signature shoe by Vans – talks about his life and the sport. Supercross started out as a redneck 70s sideshow, but thanks largely to Jeremy McGrath it has become a massive extreme sport. Over the last three years, AMA Supercross attendance has mushroomed from 700,000 spectators a year to 1.5 million. This book will satisfy even the most hardcore fans, as it not only gives you the life and times of Jeremy McGrath, but acts as the calling card to the entire sport by including unique sections on how to become a Supercross racer, the workout regimes, fixing common bike problems, and more.
Jeremy McGrath and MXS TOYS
Looking for some cool motocross toys for Christmas? Check out some of the little bikes that adorn the Racer X Collection here in our office. Some are rare overseas finds; others are readily found at your local Target or Wal-Mart—or better yet, visit your local motorcycle dealer to see what they might have on their shelves. We asked Kenny Baba from New Ray Toys where we might find some of the race-team replica bikes, and he listed the following:. Remember the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? They always had a strong link to motorcycles because their founder, Kevin Brooks Eastman, loved riding dirt bikes.
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This week in Fant Files we hop in our Delorian and set the date back to The year Jeremy McGrath took his 6th Supercross championship. When rolled around and the season got going, it looked possible that Ezra Lusk might have something for MC. Once the series started to settle, Jeremy rose to the occasion and began his fight to another championship. MC would win half of the 16 rounds in This gave him his fifth AMA Supercross title in six years. Jeremy would go on to race the Glen Helen National in but not the full season.