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2012 Yamaha R6 at a glance

By cpFTR9 on February 03, 2012 7:35 PM

2012 Yamaha R6 | Quick Look

Don Williams

2012 Yamaha Motorcycle

While it has not been updated for 2012, the Yamaha YZF-R6 remains a formidable mid-size high-performance sport bike.

Utilizing fly-by-wire technology and performance enhancements like the Yamaha Chip Controlled Intake that varies intake tract length and a slipper-type clutch, the R6 is outstanding on both the street and track.

High-end suspension is four-way adjustable (spring preload, high- and low-speed compression damping, and rebound damping) at both ends, and a removable shock spacer and adjustable fork ride height allows personalization of the R6's handling.

This year, there will be a limited edition version withWorld GP 50th Anniversary graphics, as well as the wild graphics shown.

2012 Yamaha YZF-R6 Quick Stats:

  • ENGINE TYPE: DOHC inline-4
  • WHEELBASE: 54.1 inches
  • BORE x STROKE: 67mm x 42.5mm
  • RAKE: 24 degrees
  • COMP. RATIO: 13.1:1
  • WET WEIGHT: 417 pounds
  • TRANSMISSION: 6-speed
  • PRICE: $10,890

For a look into the entire 2011 motorcycle lineup, check out the Ultimate MotorCycling Digital Buyer's Guide.



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Chad Reed Wins AMA Supercross At Dodger Stadium

By Cpducati11 on January 23, 2012 5:31 PM

By: Paul Carruthers
Photography By: Kit Palmer

LOS ANGELES, CA, JAN. 21 - TwoTwo Motorsports' Chad Reed won tonight's AMA Monster Energy Supercross final at Dodger Stadium, the Australian taking the lead from fast-starter Jake Weimer on the fifth lap and pulling away to a 2.98-second win over Red Bull KTM's Ryan Dungey

Chad Reed















It took two starts to get this one in the books as Muscle Milk's Trey Canard and Ryan Morias crashed hard on the opening lap of the first go. The crash was a bad one with both riders needing medical attention on the track - thus a red flag brought a stoppage to the race. After a delay of some 15 minutes while Canard and Morais were being attended to, the race was restarted. Initial reports after the race were that Canard was shaken up but not badly injured. No word yet on Morais. Updated reports on Sunday morning, however, say that Canard suffered a back injury and underwent surgery on Saturday night while Morais suffered a broken jaw.


On the restart, Reed rebounded from his heat-race tip-over to get a third-place start, moving past JGR Yamaha's James Stewart to take over second on the third lap. A lap later and he was on Weimer, making the pass for the lead on the fifth lap. There was no denying the Honda rider from that point on as he pulled a gap that he maintained to the finish -taking his first win of the 2012 season.

"I've been bashing my head against the wall trying to figure out what the hell I've been doing wrong this year," Reed said. "I switched to a tire that I used last year and it worked. I am going to keep trying to get better each week. I will take the good with the bad and keep moving forward. First and foremost I want to give a huge shout out to those two guys that crashed out. It was a tough night for everyone. It was a tough night for big red. I'm glad that we could put the Bel-Ray Honda out front and I hope those two guys recover pretty good."


Dungey, meanwhile, was fourth when Reed took over at the front and he was in the catbird seat when Stewart made an aggressive pass on Weimer that knocked the Monster Energy Kawasaki to the ground. Dungey was hounding Stewart when the Yamaha man crashed on the 11th lap. From there, Dungey was able to cruise unmolested to second.


Stewart found himself with his hands full in the final laps. Monster Energy's defending series champion Ryan Villopoto was dead last for the second week in a row after a first-turn crash - and for a second race in a row he again showed that he's currently the fastest rider in the field. Villopoto motored through the field and had Stewart in his sights, challenging him for third on the final lap. Despite setting the fastest lap of the race on the last lap, Villopoto came up short and had to settle for fourth.


Fifth place went to Yoshimura Suzuki's Brett Metcalfe, the Australian 1.6 seconds ahead of JGR Yamaha's Davi Millsaps. Hart & Huntington's Josh Hansen ended up seventh with Monster Energy Pro Circuit's Broc Tickle eighth, Geico Honda's Kevin Windham ninth and MotoConcepts Mike Alessi 10th.


The top five in the final were all on different makes of motorcycle - Honda, KTM, Yamaha, Kawasaki and Suzuki.


With three rounds in the books, Dungey leads the title chase by four points over Reed and Villopoto, 67-63. Stewart is fourth in the series standings, 19 points behind Dungey. Weimer, who recovered to finish 11th after his run-in with Stewart, drops into a tie with Stewart for fourth. Windham is sixth with 43 points.


The Lites final was all about Eli Tomac, the Geico Honda rider storming to a 15.4-second win over Monster Energy Pro Circuit's Dean Wilson. Tomac led out of the first corner and was never headed, pulling away to his first victory of the season. The win also put him in the championship points lead by a single point over Wilson, 63-62.

The points leader coming into Dodger Stadium, Tyla Rattray, ended up fourth in the final and drops to third in the title chase - though just three points behind Tomac.


"That was crazy. I stuck around in that first corner," Tomac said. "I rode a solid 15 laps like I should have the rest of the season. You can't compare when you get a good start - it's like night and day."


Wilson battled with Zach Osborne, finally getting the better of the GP rider on the 13th of 15 laps. Osborne held on to finish third - the first podium of his Supercross career - with Wilson second.


"Slipperiest track I've ridden this season," Wilson said. "Eli [Tomac] is going to be a tough competitor the whole season. He's really going fast."


With Rattray fourth, fifth went to LCQ winner Jason Anderson.


It was a tough night for defending race champion Cole Seely, the Troy Lee Designs Honda rider going down in the first corner with Nico Izzi and Matt Moss. Seely, who won round one in Angel Stadium, remounted to finish 15th.


Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin also had a tough main event. The Frenchman was catching the Wilson/Osborne battle when he crashed hard into a tough block. He pulled out, though he didn't suffer injury.


Supercross Final


1. Chad Reed (Honda)
2. Ryan Dungey (KTM)
3. James Stewart (Yamaha)
4. Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
5. Brett Metcalfe (Suzuki)
6. Davi Millsaps (Yamaha)
7. Josh Hansen (Kawasaki)
8. Broc Tickle (Kawasaki)
9. Kevin Windham (Honda)
10. Mike Alessi (Suzuki)


Lites Final


1. Eli Tomac (Honda)
2. Dean Wilson (Kawasaki)
3. Zach Osborne (Yamaha)
4. Tyla Rattray (Kawasaki)
5. Jason Anderson (Suzuki)
6. Max Antsie (Honda)
7. Michael Lieb (Honda)
8. Matt Moss (KTM)
9. Martin Davalos (Suzuki)
10. Billy Laninovich (Honda)

Supercross Race Results From Phoenix: Ryan Dungey Wins First Race Of 2012

By FTR on January 16, 2012 6:53 PM

by Jeff Gluck

So far, the 2012 AMA Monster Energy Supercross season has been good for dudes named Ryan. For that matter, so have the previous two seasons.

After defending series champion Ryan Villopoto opened his title defense with a win in Anaheim last week, Ryan Dungey captured Saturday night's main event at Chase Field in Phoenix.

Dungey moved to a new team this year (KTM) after winning the 2010 championship with Suzuki, and Saturday's victory was the first Supercross win for the organization. The Ryans – Dungey and Villopoto – are now tied atop the Supercross point standings after two rounds.

Jake Weimer – who finished fifth last week – earned a surprising runner-up finish while Villopoto was third. Villopoto's run was impressive, as he started in the back and came through the field.

Kevin Windham and Chad Reed rounded out the top five. James Stewart was eighth, marking his second consecutive disappointing result since joining Joe Gibbs Racing's SX team.

Trey Canard made his return to the circuit after a broken collarbone (he missed last week's opener) and finished eighth.

The series moves to Dodger Stadium next Saturday night.

Here are the full results from Saturday night's Supercross race in Phoenix:

  1. Ryan Dungey
  2. Jake Weimer
  3. Ryan Villopoto
  4. Kevin Windham
  5. Chad Reed
  6. Andrew Short
  7. Trey Canard
  8. James Stewart
  9. Brett Metcalfe
  10. Josh Hansen
  11. Ivan Tedesco
  12. Kyle Chisholm
  13. Davi Millsaps
  14. Justin Brayton
  15. Chris Blose
  16. Mike Alessi
  17. Kyle Partridge
  18. Tommy Hahn
  19. Nick Wey
  20. Jimmy Albertson
2012 AMA Supercross standings:
  1. Ryan Dungey (45 points)
  2. Ryan Villopoto -0
  3. Jake Weimer -7
  4. Chad Reed -7
  5. Kevin Windham -14
  6. Andrew Short -16
  7. James Stewart -17
  8. Justin Brayton -20
  9. Brett Metcalfe -23
  10. Josh Hansen -23


2012 AMA National Motocross Schedule

By Cpducati11 on January 11, 2012 7:43 PM

2012 AMA National Motocross Schedule

2012 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Schedule:

  • May 19 - Hangtown Motocross Classic - Rancho Cordova, CA
    Phone 1 800 HANGTOWN
  • May 26 - Freestone Raceway - Wortham, TX
    Phone 1 877 77-CLICK
  • June 2 - Thunder Valley Motocross - Lakewood, CO
    Phone 303 697-1003
  • June 9 - High Point Raceway - Mt. Morris, PA
    Phone 304 284-0084
  • June 16 - Budds Creek Motocross - Mechanicsville, MD
    Phone 301 475-2000
  • July 7 - RedBud MX - Buchanan, MI
    Phone 269 695-6405
  • July 14 - Spring Creek Motocross - Millville, MN
    Phone 507 753-2779
  • July 21 - Washougal Motocross - Washougal, WA
    Phone 360 837-3975
  • Aug 11 - Moto-X 338 - Southwick, MA
    Phone 413 569-6801
  • Aug 18 - Unadilla Valley Sports Center - New Berlin, NY
    Phone 607 965-8784
  • Sept 1 - Steel City Raceway - Delmont, PA
    Phone 304 284-0084
  • Sept 8 - TBD - Southern California

2012 AMA Supercross Schedule

By Cpducati11 on January 11, 2012 7:37 PM

2012 AMA Supercross schedule announced


AURORA, Ill. (May 6, 2011) – Feld Motor Sports® announced today the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, schedule, featuring the tour’s newest stop on April 14 at Louisiana’s Superdome in New Orleans.

Fresh off the heels of the greatest season ever, the 2012 Monster Energy Supercross schedule is the foundation for next season’s highly touted racing championship. Once again the championship will begin at supercross’ home plate, Angel Stadium, on January 7 and conclude at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas on May 5, where the champion will be crowned.

Cross Club members will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase tickets on May 9-10. Following the Cross Club opportunity an Online-only offer will be available on May 11-12. Tickets will be on-sale nationally May 13. Due to the renovations at the Louisiana Superdome, tickets will not be available until July 18. Joining the Cross Club is free and can be done by clicking here:

Monster Energy Supercross’ last stop in New Orleans was in 2009 when Team San Manuel Yamaha’s James Stewart won the main event en route to his second Supercross class championship.

“The 2012 Monster Energy Supercross schedule is the map to the coveted championship trophy,” said Todd Jendro, senior director of two-wheel operations, Feld Motor Sports. “While 2011 is the greatest season ever, it is a primer for 2012. The returning veterans and the youthful challengers are the perfect blend for a parity-driven championship.”

“The 2011 season once again proved that the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, is a real thriller,” said FIM President Vito Ippolito. “Who would have thought that heading into Las Vegas, the championship would be so close? Supercross remains the excellent showcase for FIM motor sports that it always was and keeps the fans on their toes throughout the entire Championship. It is still the FIM’s wish to take Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship global. Still, we are pleased to see that there are once again 17 events on the 2012 calendar and we can start to count down the days separating us from the first race in Anaheim on January 7, 2012."

"As 2011 proved, the Monster Energy Supercross championship has always been about combining the best racers on the planet and one of the most accessible and fan-friendly stadium-based events you'll see anywhere" said AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman. "For 2012, we're proud to work with our promotional partner, Feld Motor Sports, to deliver the exciting racing, compelling stories and intense thrills of supercross to fans and new audiences worldwide."

Cross Club and National On-Sale Dates:
Exclusive Cross Club On-Sale Dates: May 9-10
Online Pre-Sale Dates: May 11-12
Public National On-Sale Date: May 13

2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, Schedule

Date Venue City
January 7 Angel Stadium Anaheim, Calif.
January 14 Chase Field Phoenix
January 21 Dodger Stadium Los Angeles
January 28 Stadium Oakland
February 4 Angel Stadium Anaheim, Calif.
February 11 Qualcomm Stadium San Diego
February 18 Cowboys Stadium Arlington, Texas
February 25 Georgia Dome Atlanta
March 3 Edward Jones Dome St. Louis
March 10 Daytona Int’l Speedway Daytona, Fla.*
March 17 Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis
March 24 Rogers Centre Toronto, ON
March 31 Reliant Stadium Houston
April 14 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans
April 21 Qwest Field Seattle
April 28 Rice-Eccles Stadium Salt Lake City
May 5 Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas


*Not a Feld Motor Sports event – this date is independently promoted by Daytona International Speedway and the International Speedway Corp.       

Anaheim Supercross 2012

By Cpducati11 on January 10, 2012 10:19 PM

Anaheim Supercross Results: 2012 Season Opener Goes To Ryan Villopoto

by Jeff Gluck

Defending AMA Monster Energy Supercross champion Ryan Villopoto got off to a fast start and never looked back in winning the first round of the 2012 season in Anaheim on Saturday night.

Villopoto, who also won last year's season opener, pulled away to a 12.2-second victory as his championship rivals battled behind him.

"This race doesn't mean everything, but I was just glad to get out of the gate clean in that race," the Kawasaki rider told Speed's broadcast. "I got through the first turn safe, and then I just tried to put in smooth, clean laps and just pull away."

The real fight for most of the race was for second and third place. Chad Reed crashed while running second and opened the door for Ryan Dungey and James Stewart, but Reed ultimately kept his composure for a runner-up result.

"I'm so happy to get out of here with a second," he said. "I was fighting myself all day today to try and get motivation to come out here and ride this track."

The same couldn't be said for Stewart, who was riding in his first race with Joe Gibbs Racing.

With five laps to go, Stewart was battling with Dungey for third place but made a tremendous mistake and misjudged his landing. Stewart crashed into the barrier and damaged his bike, letting Dungey and several other competitors get by.

Dungey was third, followed by Justin Brayton – who made the main event via the last chance qualifier – and Jake Weimer.

Stewart ended up finishing sixth when he could have had a podium result.

"The track was just tough," Stewart said. "I'm not really that frustrated. ... We've got 16 more races. I know a lot of things can happen."

Villopoto leads the Monster Energy Supercross standings by three points over Reed and five over Dungey.

Here are the full AMA Supercross results from Saturday night's main event in Anaheim:


  1. Ryan Villopoto
  2. Chad Reed
  3. Ryan Dungey
  4. Justin Brayton
  5. Jake Weimer
  6. James Stewart
  7. Andrew Short
  8. Kevin Windham
  9. Mike Alessi
  10. Josh Hansen
  11. Brett Metcalfe
  12. Broc Tickle
  13. Ivan Tedesco
  14. Kyle Chisholm
  15. Ryan Morais
  16. Davie Millsaps
  17. Jimmy Albertson
  18. Chris Blose
  19. Josh Grant
  20. Tommy Hahn


2012 Supercross Season Schedule

By FTR on January 07, 2012 7:05 PM

2012 Supercross Starts Tonight!!!!
The 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship Series schedule:

  • January 7 - Angel Stadium - Anaheim, CA
    Click here
    for venue information. Map. Hotels.
  • January 14 - Chase Field - Phoenix, AZ
    Click here
    for venue information. Map. Hotels.
  • January 21 - Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
    . Hotels.
  • January 28 - Stadium - Oakland, CA
    . Hotels.
  • February 4 - Angel Stadium - Anaheim, CA
    Click here
    for venue information.
  • February 11 - Qualcomm Stadium - San Diego, CA
    Click here
    for venue information.
  • February 18 - Cowboys Stadium - Arlington/Dallas, TX
    Click here
    for venue information.
  • February 25 - Georgia Dome - Atlanta, GA
    Click here
    for venue information.
  • March 3 - Edward Jones Dome - St. Louis, MO
    Click here
    for venue information.
  • March 10 - Daytona Int'l Speedway - Daytona, FL*
    Click here for venue information.
  • March 17 - Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, IN
    Click here for venue information.
  • March 24 - Rogers Centre - Toronto, ON, Canada
    Click here for venue information.
  • March 31 - Reliant Stadium - Houston, TX
    Click here
    for venue information.
  • April 14 - Louisiana Super Dome - New Orleans LA
    Click here
    for venue information.
  • April 21 - Qwest Field - Seattle, WA
    Click here
    for venue information.
  • April 28 - Rice-Eccles Stadium - Salt Lake City, UT
    Click here for venue information.
  • May 5 - Sam Boyd Stadium - Las Vegas, NV
    Click here for venue information. 

*Not a Feld Motor Sports event - this date is independently promoted by Daytona International Speedway and the International Speedway Corp.



2012 World Superbike: 14-Round Schedule

By FTR on November 22, 2011 6:34 PM

2012 World Superbike Dates

For 2012, the World Superbike Championship will consists of 14 rounds across three continents - North America, Europe and Australasia.

The newest edition to the World SBK schedule will be the Moscow International Raceway in Russia. This will be the first time in the series 23-year history that a race will be held in Russia.

After next year's Moscow round, World Superbike will have been hosted on 45 different circuits, counting A1-Ring and Osterreichring as two different race tracks.

At the conclusion of the 2011 World Superbike Championship, the series had visited 21 different countries, including San Marino (Republic in Northern Italy). There was an "Irish" round of World Superbike held in 1993, but the race occurred at the Brand Hatch circuit in Great Britain.

World Superbike reports that Italy is out in front in terms of the number of different circuits visited by WSBK, with Enna Pergusa, Imola, Misano, Monza, Mugello and Vallelunga hosting races over the years. Imola, Monza and Misano ready to go again in 2012. Spain has been represented by five different tracks since the early days, Albacete, Jarama, Jerez, Aragon and Valencia. Motorland Aragon is the current venue for the Spanish round."

In alphabetical order, the 44 circuits which have hosted races so far are... A1-Ring, Albacete, Algarve, Anderstorp, Assen, Brainerd, Brands Hatch, Brno, Donington, Enna Pergusa, Estoril, Hockenheim, Hungaroring, Imola, Jarama, Jerez, Johor, Kyalami, Laguna Seca, Lausitzring, Le Mans, Losail, Magny-Cours, Manfield, Miller Motorsports Park, Misano, Monza, Mosport, Motorland, Mugello, Nürburgring, Oran Park, Oschersleben, Osterreichring, Paul Ricard, Phillip Island, Salzburgring, Sentul, Shah Alam, Silverstone, Spa-Francorchamps, Sugo, Valencia and Vallelunga.

2012 World Superbike Schedule

  • Round 1: Phillip Island, Australia (Feb. 26)
  • Round 2: Imola, Italy (April 1)
  • Round 3: Assen, Netherlands (April 22)
  • Round 4: Monza, Italy (May 6)
  • Round 5: Donington Park, Great Britain (May 13)
  • Round 6: Miller Motorsport Park, USA (May 28)
  • Round 7: Misano, San Marino (June 10)
  • Round 8: Motorland Aragon, Spain (July 1)
  • Round 9: Brno, Czech Republic (July 22)
  • Round 10: Silverstone, Great Britain (Aug. 5)
  • Round 11: Moscow International Raceway, Russia (Aug. 26)
  • Round 12: Nurburgring, Germany (Sept. 9)
  • Round 13: Portimao, Portugal (Sept. 23)
  • Round 14: Magny-Cours, France (Oct. 7)



AMA Motocross has new TV deal with NBC Sports for 2012 season.

By FTR on November 16, 2011 6:30 PM

AMA Motocross has a new TV deal with NBC Sports for 24 hours of race coverage during the 2012 season.

NBC Sports will show three live hours of programming and the NBC Sports Network, which will be renamed from Versus on Jan. 2, will have 21 hours, with 11 of those live.

The AMA Motocross season will feature 12 races in 2012, though the schedule has yet to be released.

Motocross has been shown on a variety of networks and was played on a one-week tape delay just a few years ago. Coverage was split between Speed and NBC Sports this past season.

According to MX Sports Pro Racing, Motocross' TV audience has quadrupled in three years.



Tortelli Announces 2012 MX Training Camps

By FTR on November 02, 2011 8:38 PM

Tortelli Announces 2012 Motocross Training Camps
World Champ offers one-week programs and VIP Supercross experience

November 1, 2011 - Ever wonder how far you could go with your motocross skills if only you had the right tools? What level could you reach if you had the very best training and equipment at your disposal? Stop wondering, "What if?" and make it a reality with Sebastien Tortelli's 2012 Motocross Training Camp, and end your week with a VIP Supercross experience in Southern California.

Live and train like a factory pro racer with two-time World Motocross Champion "Seb" Tortelli - owner of Champ Factory MX Schools - for an entire week and hone your skills on some of the best tracks in Southern California. For plenty of aspiring racers, it sounds like the ultimate fantasy, but with backing from KTM, JT Racing and Freegun-Underwear, this one of a kind experience is now a reality. The former Supercross star is hosting four weeklong training packages in January and February of 2012, timed to coincide with the Southern California rounds of the AMA Supercross series.

"I am so excited to be able to offer the ultimate 2012 Supercross 'dream week' to a small group of riders," Tortelli said. "They will live and train just like their heroes, ride the same So Cal tracks they ride and enjoy behind the scenes VIP access to meet the best racers on race day!"

Each of four sessions is limited to ten riders and includes:

  • Riding and training with Seb Tortelli and the Champ Factory trainers at different Southern California tracks: Starwest, Glen Helen, Milestone and Pala.
  • Use of a 2012 KTM motorcycle: 450 SX-F, 350 SX-F or 250 SX-F.
  • Use of a factory mechanic and KTM race hauler.
  • LA Fitness gym training with weights, yoga, spinning, sauna and pool.
  • VIP pass for AMA Supercross.
  • Meet KTM's and Ryan Dungey and Roger DeCoster
  • Ground transportation from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).*
  • Four-star hotel in Temecula, California and meals.

* Package price does not include airfare.

Dates for Tortelli's Motocross Training camps and coinciding Supercross rounds are as follows:

  • January 15-22 - Los Angeles Supercross
  • January 29-February 5 - Anaheim II Supercross
  • February 5-12 - San Diego Supercross
  • February 10-17 - San Diego Supercross


2012 Motocross Training Camp Schedule

Sunday - Champ Factory team will pick you up at LAX and bring you to the four-star hotel in Temecula, California to settle in. Before dinner we will meet to introduce the Champ Factory team, your fellow riders and crew. We will discuss riding levels and goals for the week.

Monday - Breakfast and then departure to Starwest Raceway where your 2012 KTM of choice and your factory mechanic await. After an on-track warm-up we work on riding technique until 1:00 P.M. Drinks and lunch are provided. In the afternoon we head to L.A. Fitness gym for a cycling workout and stretching. Back to the hotel and then dinner in town.

Tuesday - Breakfast and then departure to Milestone MX for riding from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Milestone has three fully-prepped tracks to fit every level of rider. Lunch and drinks at the track. After practice, back to the gym for pool time*, sauna and stretching, then return to hotel for dinner and a good night of rest.
*U.S. pools do not require Speedos; board shorts are fine.

Wednesday - Gym in the morning for spin class and yoga. We will have lunch at Southern California's famous Wahoo's fish taco. Afternoon is casual with conferences to go over nutrition and training schedules for each rider. We will review goals, answer questions and discuss the Champ Factory online training.

Thursday - Breakfast and then departure to the legendary Glen Helen Raceway for a training session. The KTM factory rig and mechanics await you for a full day of riding on this amazing track. On the way back we will stop at the superstore of motocross - Chaparral Motorsports. Be ready to shop! Then back to the hotel and dinner and a highly recommended good night of sleep.

Friday - KTM support will be ready for our arrival at Pala Raceway, home of the AMA Motocross race circuit, for our last day of riding. Sprints and motos will finish this amazing week. In the afternoon, we visit the KTM North America headquarters for a visit of the motocross and off-road race shops.

Saturday - Travel to the Supercross venue, see the factory riders in the pits, watch practice, walk around in the heart of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross paddock and hang out at the KTM VIP tent. Meet riders such as Chad Reed, James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen, Marvin Musquin and the reigning champion Ryan Villopoto.

Sunday - The last day of your Champ Factory vacation. Ground transportation to LAX and a fond farewell from your factory KTM friends.

All details subject to change without prior notification.

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Rider price is $2,999 (airfare not included).
Accompanying rate available at $1,230 (airfare not included).


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