AURORA, Ill. (April 9, 2012) – The gate will drop on the 12th Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, this Saturday night at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome as the world’s top Supercross and Supercross Lites Class riders converge in New Orleans.
Red Bull KTM factory riders Tony Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings both launched their bids for 2012 World Championship titles in MX1 and MX2 respectively on Easter Monday at the first GP of the 2012 World Championship season in Valkenswaard.
So there is no Supercross this weekend, so my "5 Cool Things" is kind of out of place, so I was left wondering what on Earth I could write about.
Let’s start with a little science behind muscular endurance training. All athletes need to develop a basic level of strength endurance. By training your body through muscular endurance you will train your body to utilize the energy sources more efficiently; therefore, your muscles will be able to perform for a longer period of time before fatiguing.
Offroad Ontario is thrilled to announce that KTM is back as the title sponsor for the 2012 Cross Country series. We all know that the “ready to race” brand is well represented on the start line and podium at every event, but at KTM Canada they are racers and enthusiasts and great supporters of offroad racing!
Top pro riders from all major series get free entry to Tennessee Knockout
Sequatchie, TN (April 4, 2012) – The second annual KENDA AMA Tennessee Knockout, fueled by Monster Energy will take place on September 1st and 2nd during the Labor Day holiday weekend. KTM’s Mike Brown, has already confirmed that he will be back to defend his title and claim the biggest piece of the $10,000 purse. Brown can expect some stiff competition as more top riders are expected to attend in 2012. The top ten finishers from the 2011 TKO and top ten riders from all of the major off-road championship series are all pre-qualified for the 2012 TKO. Those riders get a free entry into the Sunday Expert Knockout rounds. Below is the pre-qualification process and list of the pre-qualified riders:
Planning for the upcoming season takes more than just getting your bike ready.
Taking the time to get everything in place prior to the season kick-off will keep you on track all year and may end up contributing to better results, less expense and more satisfaction.
Use this simple step-by-step approach and you’ll be on your way to a great year of racing!