Motocross racers travelling head to head at high speed. The end of the season is not the end of work. The training never ends. Riders immediately start training for the next series and trying to eliminate their weaknesses, improve on their strengths to find that next level of speed to beat the competition.
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Motocross rider jumps from a hill. Motocross is mostly held in the outdoor type tracks on a closed course, consisting of a variety of terrain; uphill’s, downhill’s, corners, jumps, etc. Riding on specially designed motorcycle. Good dirt is somewhere between light brown to red and dark brown.
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Motocross racer travelling at high speed and performing a wheelie. Motocross originated from flat grass track racing on undulating terrain which increasingly involved humps, bumps, and jumps, to the point that today's modern tracks are almost totally man-made courses that sees competitors challenged by the obstacles.
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