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The 2011 AMA Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship

As the current year’s Supercross season is taking off toward an emotional complete in Las Vegas, another transcendent season has arrived! As the climate warms up and summer is coming soon, motocross devotees realize that it’s a great opportunity to take the bicycles outside. Time to break out the vented dirtbike equip, the motocoross cap, the CamelBak and so forth and hit the soil! Also, as we as a whole know, the master riders too will take it outside for the late spring another motocross season is going to commence, and if the Supercross season is ANY marker, it will be totally epic!

As we anticipate an incredible summer arrangement, it’s hard not to glance back at what happened a year ago in the outside. Ryan Dungey turned into an easily recognized name, taking the Supercross title in 2010 and lining that up with a completely prevailing Motocross exertion. He had a nine week extend of wins (the truth is out, nine!) and had the title wrapped up at Southwick, with two weeks left in the arrangement. He likewise turned into the principal rider to win the Supercross and Motocross seasons consecutive. He’ll be back this year to protect, and as he is discovering in the stadiums of Supercross this year, he will have rivalry from each edge.

Maybe some of Dungey’s stiffest rivalry will originate from Trey Canard, who zapped the motocross 250 class a year ago, winning the class title and after that climbing in rank this past Supercross season. On the 450, Canard was having an extremely strong year, including a few wins against the enormous young men. Terrible damage cut his Supercross season off, however he will be out there this mid year. It will be extraordinary to see him take his ability to the huge circuit outside, where the best on the planet line up for the grandness of the most seasoned, most esteemed title on soil.

Notwithstanding alternate ‘young men of summer’ (no disregard to baseball), it’s likewise the following season for the women! The 2011 WMX season is likewise pretty much to drop the entryway, and this arrangement has been picking up presentation and notoriety with each passing year. An eight race gauntlet will by and by highlight stars Ashley Fiolek (3-time champion) and Jessica Patterson, and figures to be the greatest rendition of the WMX yet.

It will be a decent summer-bounty continuing for the raging MX fan. Also, as the game keeps on developing, there’s a lot of new novice tracks and race parks flying up everywhere throughout the globe. The climate is here, time to get on the bicycle! Here’s a glance at the up and coming 2011 AMA/Lucas Oil Pro MX Championship season plan get your tickets early!

Cycle One – Hangtown Motocross Classic, Saramento, CA (May 21)

Cycle Two – Freestone Raceway, Wortham, TX (May28)

Cycle Three – High Point Raceway, Mt. Morris, PA (June 11)

Cycle Four – Budds Creek Motocross, Mechanicsville, MD (June 18)

Cycle Five – Thunder Valley Motocross, Lakewood, CO (June 25)

Cycle Six – RedBud, Buchanan, MI (July 2)

Cycle Seven – Spring Creek Motocross, Milleville, MN (July 16)

Cycle Eight – Washougal Motocross, Washougal, WA (July 23)

Cycle Nine – Unadilla, New Berlin, NY (August 13)

Cycle Ten – Moto-X 338, Southwick, MA (August 27)

Cycle Eleven – Steel City Raceway, Delmont, PA (September 3)

Cycle Twelve – FINALE – Pala Raceway, San Diego, CA (September 10)