This past weekend we were back at it again for GoPro on the East Coast, this time in Maryland at the iconic Budds Creek Mx Park for round 11 of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series.
Though all eyes were on Cianciarulo and Ferrandis as they chase the 250 Championship crown with 2 rounds remaining it was Team Troy Lee Designs, GoPro, Ktm’s Shane Mcelrath that shook the class up a bit by going 1-1 in dominating fashion.
And as always we captured it all on the raddest, baddest, action camera in the universe. The GoPro Hero7BLACK 👊🏼
Whether I was racing, spectating, or “working” the national, I’ve always looked forward to visiting Washougal Motocross Park
The “vibes” there are pretty unreal with the place looking like it belongs on a post card. Makes for a nice relaxed day at the races 🙂 This year for the National it was no different with a flight out of San Diego International Airport at 6:15 Friday night, did my thing for GoPro Saturday at the track from 7AM-5:30PM, followed by a flight back out of Portland International Airport at 7:40PM after collecting the cameras.
The curtains have closed on the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross Series just two weekends ago and yesterday The Great Outdoors got underway in Northern California at the legendary Hangtown Motocross Classic near Sacramento. Feels good to be outside. Enjoy! – JB
“I want to leave my name imprinted in the history books of Supercross and Motorcross and that’s the main goal.” ‘
Get In The Moment’ at the Nashville Supercross with TiLube Honda’s Anthony Rodriguez who’s filling in for the injured Blake Wharton. The Venezuelan describes how he got into riding Moto, how the transition to the U.S.A. Has been, and what keeps him motivated in such a tough sport.
It was an action packed stop in Nashville Tennessee for round number 14 of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross Series and GoPro Athletes Dean Wilson and Mitchell Falk were right up in the mix capturing all the action. Enjoy.