Cruise along with me at the 2020 Tampa Supercross and see a little of my GoPro Work Flow while I take care of all the GoPro Athletes + edit the Course Preview. – JB
Go onboard with Ken Roczen as he battles his way through the field racing against the best Supercross racers on the planet.
Check out this video I did 2 years ago at the Tampa Bay Supercross with at the time, Leatt Protectives Athlete Lorenzo Locurcio.
Looking forward to flying to Tampa today for this years race!
Little cruise around the hood a couple years ago with @therealjoeymac & Adrian Feliciano
This weekend in Tampa FL marks the opening round of the 250 East Division in the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series where Jordon Smith will be racing for the first time in 2020 aboard his newest ride with Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki and it reminded me of our shoot for GoPro & Troy Lee Designs Race Team we once did.
In late 2016 Jordon joined the Troy Lee Designs, RedBull, KTM Team, and with GoPro also being a big title sponsor, I was called up to do a video on the new recruit and his transition to the team.
Bummed he’s no longer on a GoPro Sponsored team but he’s in good hands and I am excited to see what he does on a PC bike this Saturday.
For now let’s take a trip down memory lane on this “Throwback Thursday”.
From GoPro Motosports YouTube:
Take a look at Jordon Smith’s race preparation for the 2017 Supercross season with his new ride on Troy Lee Designs.
Shot 100% by Jarred Browne on the HERO4® camera from http://GoPro.com.
Current 2020 450 Supercross points leader Ken Roczen’s GoPro footage from this past weekend in San Diego is quite the doozy!
He gets off to a mediocre start and shows us all kinds of chaos as he tries to move through the thick field.
One of the stand out battles is towards the end when Tomac and Barcia get into it with Kenny sitting closely behind.
Check out the video I did for the GoPro Motorsports Channel for more understanding! – JB
Ever wonder what it’s like to battle for your first 450 win with your long time rival and 2019 450 Supercross Champion?
Thanks to GoPro you can see what it’s like from Adam Cianciarulo’s POV.
From GoPro Motorsports YouTube: Watch Adam Cianciarulo’s 450 Main Event from round 6 of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series in San Diego, CA.
Shot 100% on the HERO8BLACK® camera from http://GoPro.com
For full event results visit: http://www.supercrosslive.com
In honor of the Monster Energy Supercross making its stop at Petco Park this Saturday for round #6 of the 2020 season, I decided it’s a good time to reshare this heart warming video I did 2 years ago for Leatt Protectives on KTM JR. Supercross Challenge Racer, Aidan Zingg.
Brings back a lot of memories that I have from racing with my own Pops!
Go onboard with 450 Supercross Giants Ken Roczen, Adam Cianciarulo, and Dean Wilson at round #5 of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series in Oakland California.
This round held in the historical Oakland – Alameda County Coliseum always turns out amazingly wild battles and this year was no different.
Check out all 3 videos below to see exactly what I am talking about.
With me hopping on an airplane tomorrow night to head to Oakland for round #5 of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series to do my usual thing for GoPro, it got me thinking about the past times I’ve been there on two wheels myself.
In 2011 I was riding for the Rock River Yamaha Team for the 1st of 2 years and got the call to ride press day a couple days before the race.
This was my 2nd year rocking a GoPro whenever they asked me to. I was blown away the first time I rode my personal Sx track in 2010 wearing one and saw how the footage looked. So anytime they asked if I wanted to race with one I was fully down. It’s paid off!
With GoPro HQ being not too far from Oakland some of the boys were on hand to shoot and edit a really cool video with Myself opening it up, followed by Weston Peick, & Austin Stroupe.
As far as the race goes, I was 16th fastest in the 450 class after session 1 but did a classic head plant in the larger than normal whoops (which were my strong point with being 6 foot 3 inches) and my head was ringing too much to line up that night.
But hey! At least there’s a cool video from press day.