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A new form of Motocross is sweeping the nation

Updated: Jul 31, 2022

This is Hypothetical..

However these are things the future news Headlines would and could read.

A New form of Motocross is sweeping the Nation, New organizations are popping of in cities and towns all throughout America, these tracks are smaller than a typical motocross track as we have known it for the past few decades. Wich is typically 1 mile in length on average.

The new tracks are smaller and the bikes are smaller and less powerful, this makes for a great stepping stone for racing on the bigger more powerful bikes and tracks.

Sort of a bunny hill for the now Extreme sport of Motocross.

American motocross hasn't seen large growth like this since the 1970's

The sport of motocross racing had an explosion of growth in the 1970's, it was a perfect storm if things coming together, including Marketing, organized racing affordable bikes, relaxed laws and Momentum.

but in recent times participation and popularity of the sport is at an all time low.

So what went wrong?

This is a very common question among enthusiasts of the sport, infact its subject talked about often.

The answer is somewhat complex though because it wasn't just one thing it was a combination of things all adding up.

You could ask five different people why they quit Racing motocross and get five different answers and they would all be correct because the reasons are different for some than they are for others!

Listed here are some of the most common responses.


2.Injuries, severity of Injuries, and fear of Injury.

3. places to ride nearby or lack there of.

4. Perception, a lot of people these days don't even think of motocross as something that they could do.

I believe there are solutions for most of the challenges that we have in the sport of motocross, starting with Showing people Relatable sides of the sport through marketing.

I plan to put an organized focus on getting the sport of motocross growing again.

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