MOTOCROSS ACTION’S FRIDAY NEWS ROUND-UP: ADVANCING THE CONCEALED AGENDA WITH THE AID OF TONY CAIROLI, PLUS MUCH MORE


THE MODERN CLASSIC: THE ACTUAL BORILE B500 HARKS BACK TO THE LITO TIMES

The actual Borile B500 is a modern undertake the classic British school from the sixties.

Ever wish you might have raced throughout the hey-day involving four-stroke motocross… contrary to the likes of Dick Mann, Feets Minert, John McLaughlin, Don Pink coloured, Sten Lundin, the Rickman brothers, John Draper or Expenses Nilsson. Well, you can not! But Italian designer Umberto Borile desires to bring back some of the type of the late 1959s and sixties. Borile Motorcycles are usually hand built and have attracted a lot of attention with the classic English school motorcycle design (built around modern mechanisms). The actual Borile line-up includes coffee shop racers, street bicycles and dirt bicycles. By far the most impressive from the Boriles in the B500 Ricki (named right after Umberto’s late resultan Riccardo). The actual B500 uses a GM Speedway engine attached to a Norton transmission. The bore as well as stroke is 86mm by 90mm with a single overhead camera. Borile is also planning on using special Ducati-spec’ed 350cc as well as 500cc engines in certain of their model s . The actual B500 Ricki is actually hand-made as well as very rare — Borile statements that they will only make 20 units at 25 grand a pop .


The actual Borile Multiuso is a do-it-all street-legal trailbike.

Need a chainsaw? The actual Borile Multiuso is a do-it-all trail bicycle that uses an air-cooled, Asian-built, 230cc, four-stroke, two-valve, five-speed transmission engine. For more information head to w

ww. borile. it

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TYLER BOWERS IS ACTUALLY SITTING AT HOME WHILST EVERYONE ELSE IS RACING THE EXCELLENT… SOMEBODY GIVE THIS GUY A TRIP

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U. S. OUR ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES TRIP TIME ? THE STATE OF ARKANSAS RIDERS CAN RIDE USING THEIR CONGRESSMAN THIS MONDAY


We all don’t know with regards to your congressman, but most are stodgy lawyers more
probably be found eating finger foods in a flower show than ripping
laps on the motocross monitor. Not so if your congressman is from the 2nd
District of Arkansas. Which is where Congressman Bernard Griffin is a
true-to-life motocross fan. To the point he is holding his own ride
day time. If you would like to attend the “Ridin’ with Your Rep” ride trip to
North Little Rock ORV Park on Saturday, June 1, sign up at www.griffin.house.gov/motocross.

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NEWS FROM THE ENTRY… OR THE BACK DEPENDING ON WHICH WAY YOU HAPPEN TO BE DEALING WITH

Deb ean Wilson :
We all wish Deano the very best of luck right after crashing this week in testing and hurting his shoulder. He can sit out Muddy Creek this weekend—and given that Dean has received surgery on both shoulders within the last calendar year, we hope that he comes back quickly… and is healthful.



Nevertheless missing:
Pro Circuit’s Adam Cianciarulo continues to be recovering from his bout with f. eks. salmonella, whilst Geico’s Zach Bells reinjured his bad make and is sitting away Muddy Creek (after missing Colorado). Troy Lee’s Jessy Nelson is also on the doubtful list with an knee injury that has observed him miss the first two 250 Nationals.


KTM recall: Eleven 2013 KTM models are now being recalled to get a possible throttle wire malfunction. The bicycles affected are 2015 KTM two-strokes and 2012 and 2013 Husaberg TE250 as well as TE300 models. The actual KTM models are the 85SX, 85SXS, 125SX, 150SX, 150XC, 200XC-W, 250SX, twenty five XC, 250XC-W, 300XC as well as 300XC-W. To find out more head to www.ktm.com, then click on “Dealer & Service” and choose “Service, inches or at www.husaberg.com, click on “Dealers & Service, ” then choose “Service, ” then click on “Service & Safety Check” for more information.


Josh Coppins: Right after winning the 2012 Australian National Motocross Championship last year, Josh Coppins upon the market and became a team manager for his own JCR Yamaha group. However Josh has chose to race once again. Coppins will competition the Michael Godfrey Funeral Motocross in Waipara, Brand new Zealand, this weekend break because the team’s superstar rider, Billy Mackenzie, is not really accessible. “This is absolutely not a comeback, ” stated Coppins.


Blackwell & Hallman: Previous motocross superstars Torsten Hallman and Mark Blackwell will be known as AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Legends on Friday, Oct. 18, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Blackwell as well as Hallman were both inducted into the Hall of Fame back in 2000, but are being cut back included in the AMA Tales Weekend. The Hall of Fame ceremony is actually moving to the Natural Valley Ranch Resort this year.


Unusual rumor: Among the weirdest rumors circulating the GP scene is that in the event that Jeffrey Herkings move s to the 450 course in 2014 (as the FIM guidelines require), KTM can placed him over the yet to become formed Husqvarna group to avoid conflicts with Antonio Cairoli’s separate KTM team. We all don’t see this taking place and KTM’s Hole Beier has already announced that Husqvarna would area a two-man team of up-and-coming riders in 2014—presumably in the 250 class. H erlings says that when he clinches the 250 World Championship earlier, he will move to the 450 course for the last few GP s.


Antonio Cairoli: Tony a2z Cairoli says in “On-Track Off-Road” he thinks the 250 class should be eliminated in favor of “one category for the best bikers. ” It’s no secret that Youthstream provides trotted out the name “MXGP” to represent the one-class / one-moto idea. It is a retread from the GP’s earlier one-moto format from years ago below Dorna, but now they have got incor porated the concept involving only one course (on engines sizes that they are still quarrelling about). That might be the only way which Youthstream can come close to filling a starting series.


TELEVISION insurance coverage: Many people adore TV insurance coverage. The fans get to see the races and the sponsors get TV exposure, however, you know who likes TV one of the most? The marketers. Without TV insurance coverage neither MX Sports nor Youthstream could get big-buck series creates. By guaranteeing tv time (even when the promoters need to buy the TELEVISION time), series creates are willing to shell over millions towards the promoters — cash which is not distributed to the riders or the National songs. Without TV insurance coverage, the series support cash would be reduced. Therefore, the rush is to get in the news which mea ns evolving the hidden agenda involving switching into a one-moto format (to better fit the TV period window). Don’t be fooled — it is more about the cash than the activity.


Paris-Dakar information: Although it is not motocross news, it is large. Yamaha has signed the most productive Paris-Dakar Rally racer from the last decade—Cyrille Despres. Despres earned the event in 2006, 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2015 for KTM—but has hopped ship to race a Yamaha YZ450F in 2014.


Oh yea North america: The actual CMRC Canadian National start this particular weekend break, but don’t tell anyone—they appear to be trying to keep it a strategy.


SoCal Classic MX Traditional: The actual SoCal Vintage MX Traditional is coming
in order to Barona Oaks MX Playground on June 6. Come trip and hang out with Marty
Cruz, Mike Bells, Gary Smith, Darrell Schultz, Marty Tripes, Ron
Lechien, John Gibson, Doug Dubach, Sam Stackable, Tommy Croft, Mike
Beier, Expenses Silverthorn, Gary Chaplin and much more. For more
information head to www.SoCalMXClassic.com or call (619) 549-2997.


AMA Entry fee: You can find 81 riders signed up in the 400 class for Muddy Creek and 80 bikers in the 250 course. Each rider will pay a $220 entry fee (plus a digesting fee), the entire dollar amount of the entry fees adds up to 35 dollars, 450. Inside a nice move, $20 of each entry fee is actually donated towards the Asterisk Healthcare facility (which involves $3220).

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EACH DAY IN THE WORLD OF BROC TICKLE


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USED IT, ABUSED THIS, TESTED THIS: PROFESSIONAL CIRCUIT KTM 250SX EXHAUST TUBE

This particular pipes adds 7 hp towards the 50-horsepower KTM 250SX. No, that doesn’t mean that it can now make 57 hp, but that it makes 7 more horses in places where it was fragile. In stock trim, the KTM 250SX two-stroke makes the most horsepower with any 250cc two-stroke offered. It peaks away at 50 hp. When the KTM 250SX includes a weak hyperlink, it is that this power doesn’t carry out much after its 8400 rpm top. Bolting the Pro Circuit pipe onto the stock KTM 250SX adds a half horse at 8500 rpm, 5-1/4 horses at 9000 rpm in addition to amazing 7 race horses more at 9500 rpm. That power makes an incredible bike better still by broadening the two-stroke thrust.

JUDGEMENT: The actual pipe was awesome, but only the Pro Signal silencer had the ability to add 2 horses towards the powerband through 8600 rpm to 10, 000 rpm. $229. ninety five (pipe only), $119. ninety five (R304 silencer)—www.procircuit.com or (951) 738-8050.

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THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAYS: BRETT METCALFE HAS A YEAR UPON TOBEY MAGUIRE DE DYCKER

06 one.. Tanel Leok 85


06 2 … Ray Sommo 1968


06 2 … Sam Wise 1957
06 five… John Knowles
June five… John Delaurier
June 6… Terry Baisley


06 6… Manuel Monni 1984
06 6… George Holland


06 6… Brett Metcalfe 1984
06 6… Tony a2z Gardea


06 6… Tobey maguire DeDycker 85

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ASK THE MXPERTS: CAN WE SEE four hundred cc FOUR-STROKES REP LACE 450’S LATER ON ?

Beloved MXA,
Inde i read t cap Youthstream’s Giuseppe Luongo desires to cha in ge the shift rules in motocross through 450cc to 400cc or less . He admits that that 450s are very fast and that the sport requirements smaller sized motors. And that he desires to mandate slower motors. Is this likely to l appen ?

No, it is not likely to happen. The top Four have zero interest in generating another motor size in a down industry. KTM was the only company which bit the bullet five years ago when the AMA’s Sam Whitelock and Luongo stated they were likely to lower the shift in order to 350cc. Luongo factors that Antonio Cairoli is actually winning the 450 Gps navigation on a 350, as well as concludes from this which 450s are unnecessary. But of course that parrot gument shoots openings in his contention which 450’s are too powerful and that 400cc bicycles would be easier to ride. When the FIM 450 Safe bet is riding a 350, and most individuals doubt that Cairoli’s motor is actually 350cc , then it is obvious which Cairoli is going just as fast since the men who are on 450s—so where may be the speed differential that Luongo says would certainly exists with smaller sized displacements. In addition, even MXA includes a hopped-up KTM 350SXF which produces more horsepower than any share 450— it was just more expensive to get it that fast. Because Luongo’s idol Bernie Ecclestone discovered, whenever you handicap the pace of F1 cars, the engineers simply make them go faster anyway—only it gets a lot more costly. At last statement, 450cc motocross bicycle come with throttles which allow them to end up being slowed down. Japan manufacturers use their 450 engines in quads, ATVs as well as UTV’s—so designing a 400cc engine for motocross, and for motocross alone, could be just another expenditure with no guarantee involving success. In addition, when the AMA sticks with the 450cc class and the FIM would go to 400cc—then the factories would be generating 400cc engines for your much smaller Western market. The actual econ omies involving scale don’t use Luongo’s concept . It is dead on arrival. But Luongo includes a new rule change every week—so, provide a couple days and he’ll drive an additional spike into the heart of GENERAL PRACTITIONER racing

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REMINISCENCES! ANCIENT ARTIFACTS OF THE WAY I WAS

Deb o you the particular Alsport Steen X-100 ? It was part of the reason that offroad riding increased to over o ne million uni ts offered back in the earlier 1970s. It was cheap , easy to ride and included a bulletproof 100cc Hodaka motor. Or, you could get an 80cc Fuji engine edition . It also came with a kit to make it street legal. Read the leading hyperlink forks .

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: HOUSE FLIPS… WE ALL IMPLY HUSKYS


There is nothing as fun in order to ride as a 125cc two-stroke. Witness MXA’s Daryll Ecklund enjoying fast and loose with the laws involving phys ic s on our 2015 Husqvarna CR125. Later we would turn it into a CR144 and have Dennis Stapleton competition it at the 2015 World Two-Stroke Championships. At the same competition, Ecklund finished sixth in the 125 Pro class on the Yamaha YZ125 .


USED IT ABUSED THIS, TESTED THIS: BOYESEN FLEX-GRIP PROGRAM

It is a very brainstorm . To this individual Boyesen Flex-Grip offers a small level of give to the clutch side when striking whoops, landing through big jumps or bouncing over berms. In contrast to an immovable left hold, the Boyesen Flex-Grip allows a small amount of flex to lessen the pressure of impacts. It is possessing a throttle on both sides. There is no doubt that the Boyesen Flex- G rip can reduce arm pump, decrease handlebar vibration at the rider’s hand and minimize microtrauma in the whoops. Individuals are good stuff. It does take a moment to get used in order to, as many test riders reported that it gave them the feeling of a reduce grip for the first couple of laps. After that, once they obtained used to it, they didn’t spot the movement. As an added plus, it gets in dif ferent amounts of flex.

JUDGEMENT: Might be terminal arm pump, have a wrist injury or are looking to reduce your death grip over the bars, the Boyesen Flex-Grip is a worthwhile item. $39. 95—(800) 441-1177 or www.boyesen.com.

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AMA 400 NATIONAL POINTS RANKINGS


(after two of 12 races)
one Thomas Villopoto……. 40
2 . Thomas Dungey…….. forty-four
3. Wayne Stewart…… forty
4. Trey Canard………. thirty six
5. Justin Barcia……… 32
6. Thomas Sipes……….. twenty-seven
7. Toby Short……. twenty six
8. Mike Alessi………. twenty-four
10. Tyla Rattray………. twenty-four
10. Weston Peick….. twenty one
Other notables:

eleven. Phil Nicoletti (20); 12. Broc Tickle (16);
13. Mike Weimer (14); 15. Chad Reed (11); 15. Leader Wilson (11); 18.
Justin Brayton (8); 20. Malcolm Stewart (6).

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AMA 250 NATIONAL POINTS RANKINGS


(after two of 12 races)
one Tobey maguire Roczen………… ninety five
2 . Eli Tomac……………. 89
4. Marvin Musquin……. 72
4. Blake Baggett………. 72
five. Zach Osborne………. sixty-five
6. Jeremy Matn………. 40
7. Jason Anderson……. forty-nine
8. Miller Webb………. 43
10. Kyle Cunningham…. 39
10. Justin Hillside……………. 39
Other notables:

eleven. Justin Bogle (37); 12. Blake Wharton (35);
13. Matn Davalos (34); fourteen. Cole Seely (32); 15. 10. Joey Savatgy (26);
16. Nico Izzi (23).

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400 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS RANKINGS


(After seven of 18 races)
one Tony a2z Cairoli………………… 330
2 . Gautier Paulin……………… 279
4. Clement Desalle………….. 267
4. Ken Disse Dycker…………….. 245
five. Kevin Strijbos………………. two hundred and twenty
6. Tommy Searle……………… 205
seven. Maximum Nagl…………………….. 169
6. Rui Goncalves…………….. 148
10. Jeremy Helt van Horebeek….. 138
10. Brian Philippaerts……….. 86
Other notables:

eleven. Fran Roelants (112); 12. Shaun Simpson (112); 13 Tanel Leok (108); fourteen. Evgeny Bobryshev (106).

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250 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS RANKINGS


(After seven of 18 races)
one Jeffrey Herlings………… 347
2 . Jordi Tixier………………. 257
4. Jose Butron…………….. a hundred and seventy-eight
4. Glenn Coldenhoff……… 183
five. Christophe Charlier…… 171
6. Leader Ferris……………… 152
seven. Maximum Anstie………………. a hundred and fifty
8. Mike Nicholls……………. 129
10. Alessandro Lupino……. 123
10. Hvedemel Pocock……………. 112
Other notables:

eleven. Petrar Petrov (114); 12. Dylan Ferrandis (105); 13. Romain Febvre (98); fourteen. Alex Tonkov (81).


ALL-JAPAN 400 NATIONAL POINTS RANKINGS

(After 4 of 10 rounds)
one Ogata Makoto……… 159
2 . Akira Narita…………. 156
4. Yohei Kojima……….. 156
4. Yu Hirata……………… 155
five. Yoshitaka Atsuta…… 136
6. Takase Tanaka……… 123
seven. Takuya Mihara……… a hundred and five
6. Yoshiki Kitai………….. ninety two
10. Yutaka Hoshino…….. 88
10. Yui Hoshino………… 88


ALL-JAPAN 250 NATIONAL POINTS RANKINGS

(After 4 of 10 rounds)
one Kei Yamamoto………. 182
2 . Jun’ya Takenaka……. 165
4. Toshiki Tomita……….. 164
4. Shin’ichi Inoue………. 136
five. Masami Tanaka……… 111
6. Jun Suda………………. 102
seven. Kouhei Ogawa……….. 80
6. Yusuke Kondoh………. 80
10. Yusuke Watanabe…… 79
10. Ryo Satoh……………. 74

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GLOBE MX3 POINTS RANKINGS


(After 4 of eleven races)
one Matthias Walkner…… 118
2 . Klemen Gercar……… 112
4. Gert Krestinov………. 103
4. Matn Michek……….. 103
five. Timur Muratov……….. ninety five
6. Ludvig Soderberg…… den 67
seven. Paulo Bertuzzo………. sixty-five
8. Christian Brockel……. 60
10. Tomas Simko…………. forty seven
10. Mike Kras…………….. forty five
Other notables:

eleven. Petr Michalec (45); 12. Filip Neugebauer
(42); 13. Matevz Irt (41); fourteen. Ardo Kaurit (35); 15. Kasper Lynggaard
(34); 16. Frantisek Smola (32).

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400 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP FACTORS

(After 4 of 10 races)
one Todd Seas………. 269
2 . He Moss………….. 2 four 2
five. Billy Mackenzie…… 226
4. Lawson Bopping…. 217
4. Cody Miller……… 202
6. Tye Simmonds…… 189
seven. Adam Monea…….. 185
6. Kirk Gibbs…………. 183
10. Mike Moss…………. 177
10. Daniel McCoy…… 164
Other notables:

13. Jay Marmont (151); 13. Kia Dale (133); seventeen. Robbie Marshall (108); 16. Cody Mackie (119); 18. Cheyne Boyd (65).

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250 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP FACTORS


(After 4 of 10 races)
one Lomaz Styke…………. 269
2 . Lomaz Clout………….. 239
4. Brock Winston…….. 214
4. Josh Cachia……….. 212
five. Him Makeham…… 199
6. Kayne Lamont……. 183
seven. Geran Stapleton….. 170
6. Takeshi Katsuya…. 164
10. Matt Thomas………….. 160
10. Rhys Carter……… 159
Other notables:

eleven. Thomas Marmont (152); 12. Dylan Long (143); 13.
Tristen Cachia (125); fourteen. Wade Hunter (123); seventeen. Lomaz Wilson (78); 19.
Kade Mosig (73).

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GLOBE SIDECAR MOTOCROSS FACTORS


(After 4 of fourteen races)
one Ben Adriaenssen or Ben van denne Bogaart…. 130
2 . Valentin Giraud or Nicolas Musset…………… 111
4. Janis Daiders or Lauris Daiders………………… 109
4. Etienne Bax /Kaspars Stupelis………………… ninety-seven
5. January Henrickx /Elvijs Mucenieks……………….. 75
6. Stuart Brown or Josh Chamberlain……………. 69
seven. Maris Rupeiks or Haralds Kurpnieks………….. 68
8. January Visscher or Jeroen Visscher……………….. 66
9. Jason Van Daele / Bernard Smeunix……………… 63
10. Henrik Soderqvist or Bernard Gustavsson………. fifty eight

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GLOBE WOMEN’S POINTS RANKINGS


(After 1 of seven races)
one Chiara Fontanesi………… 40
2 . Meghan Rutledge……….. forty-four
4. Natalie Kane………………. forty
4. Steffi Laier…………………. thirty six
five. Larissa Papenmeier…….. 32
6. Jessica Moore……………. twenty-eight
seven. Nancy Van Disse Kammerat……… twenty-seven
6. Britt van som Wekken…… twenty six
10. Nicky helt van Wordragen….. twenty-four
10. Nina Klink………………… 22

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WMX NATIONWIDE POINTS RANKINGS



(after 1 of 4 races)
one Courtney Duncan…….. 40
2 . Sayaka Kaneshiro……. forty two
3. Taylor swift Higgins…………. thirty six
4. Mackenzie Tricker……. 35
five. Jacqueline Powerful……. 31
6. Alexah Pearson………. 29
seven. Mariana Balbi………….. twenty-eight
6. Sara Pettersson………. twenty five
10. Hailey Larson………….. twenty three
10. Jessica Patterson…… 22
Other notables:

eleven. Brittany Marcotte (19); 12. Brownie Dark brown
(18); Pinsey Palmer (17); fourteen. Shelby Ward (16); 15. Sade Allender (15);
16. Jessie Wharton (9).

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