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Archive for January, 2009

Why We Will See a New Jason Lawrence in 2009

The new year means a lot of things. Everyone is one year older, motocross bikes one year more advanced, and tracks one year more technical. In addition, for riders it is a chance to start over. A chance to forget what happened last year and start on a new season with fresh points and a new bike. One rider who needed this almost more than anyone heading into 2009 was Jason Lawrence.

In years past, Jason has always been fast. Blistering fast at times. However, his attitude and immaturity have cost him many race and championship wins.

Granted, he was the defending champion leading into the 2009 Supercross series, but it is undeniable that he would have achieved much greater success in past years had it not been for his attitude.

However, that is all about to change in 2009. I predict that for the remainder of this season, and seasons in the future, the motocross world will see a much more focused, harder working, and faster Jason Lawrence.

Now or Never

Jason Lawrence needed a fresh start in 2009. Photo by GuyB.
-Photo by GuyB.

Jason's career is hinging on the 2009 Season. This year is his chance to show the motocross community and the world as a whole that he is no joke.

He needs to prove that he is serious about motocross as a career and is ready to put his head down and ride hard, ride fast, and get results.

If he fails to prove this, his career could be in for a tough future. Sure, he will continue to ride, and will probably get some good results, but for the most part, I believe that if he doesn't impress this year, he will be looked over by the major teams in future years as a trouble-maker and a has been.

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Does the AMA Hate Supercross?

This post was not planned, it didn't go through draft after draft until absolutely perfect. While researching for another post, the troubles I had while doing the research led to the following conclusions.

What the heck is the AMA doing with professional Supercross? Truthfully, I doubt they even know. Our sport has incredible potential. The riders are talented, the bikes trick and the tracks technical. However, it seems like the AMA is doing everything they can in order to mess it up and ensure that our sport does not succeed.


SX Logo

I understand that the AMA is not a marketing company, but a promoter, but still, they should know how to brand a series. But it is apparent that they don't. The “Supercross” logo looks nothing like the motocross one. If I didn't race and didn't know a lot about the sport, I'd never know they were ran by the same company and were essentially part of the same series.

Furthermore, the AMA has branded the entire Supercross series so heavily towards Monster, that it seems as if the series is “owned” by Monster. I respect what Monster does and I love that they support the sport, but there needs to be separation between the event and the sponsors. In no condition should the sponsors become the series. Yet this is exactly what has happened. What do we do when Monster folds or pulls their sponsorship? Completely rebrand the sport with another sponsor? Awesome idea. Then the kid who watched “Monster Energy Supercross” last year will have no idea what “{Insert New Sponsor Here} Supercross” is next year.

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My 6 Favorite Cycling Accessories

My 6 Favorite Cycling Accesories. Photo by Andy Hay on Flickr.
-Photo by Andy Hay on Flickr.

Cycling is a great sport. Its a great workout, fun, social, and can take you to places you would never go otherwise. Another plus for a gadget-junkie like me, is that cycling is a very gadget conscious sport. Whether it be cyclometers, tools, bags, or any other type of accessories, the possibilities of cycling related products are practically endless. Below are some of my favorite, which I use almost every time I cycle. They've helped make my cycling this past summer and this winter even better than it would have been.

Portable DVD Player

A portable DVD player keeps me entertained while using the rollers. Photo by dno_1967 on Flickr.
-Photo by dno_1967 on Flickr.

Living in New England means I have to deal with long, cold, and harsh winters. This means no outdoor cycling. As a result, I switch to indoor cycling for the winter months. While I love riding road bikes, itjust isn't the same inside. Without the scenery, passing cars, houses, and wildlife, riding indoors can be pretty mundane. Thankfully, my portable DVD player helps me to get through indoor cycling with ease. It's nothing special, just a simple portable DVD player that works remarkably well for cycling entertainment. not only do I now watch more movies, but I cycle more because it is more fun.

I do wish my particular DVD player had a slightly larger screen, but even at 7″, it is still sufficient for my uses.

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My 2009 Anaheim 2 Experience

Angle Stadium

This past weekend, i was lucky enough to attend round 3 of the 2009 AMA Supercross Series, Anaheim 2. I had been to two Supercross events before, both in the Georgria Dome in Atlanta. While these events were a blast, and the racing was always great, I was really excited about Anaheim. Why? Because, well, its Anaheim! Something about the event captures the spirit of Supercross in ways no other race can. This year was no different. With upsets in both classes at Anaheim 1, the top riders in each class wanted to redeem themselves. Here is the story of my journey to the 2009 Anaheim 2 Supercross.


As many of you know, I'm from New England. So why choose Anaheim? Well, my Dad is working out there for the winter, and we felt it would be good for me to visit him, go to the race, and check out some of the California culture. The plans were rushed, and I flew out early Satruday morning. After arriving at LAX, we drove straight to the stadium (thanks Garmin!), to check out the pit party.

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I'm Going to Anaheim 2!

Hey everyone, just wanted to drop a quick note and let you all know that I will be going to Anaheim 2 tomorrow (Saturday January, 17, 2009) night! My dad is working out in California, so we decided it would be a good idea for me to go visit him and see the race, all in one trip. I've been to two Supercross races before, both in Atlanta, Georgia, so I am looking forward to extending my Supercross experience. I've never been to California either, so this should be a great trip. After the race I'm spending Sunday and Monday in Los Angeles, so I'm looking forward to visiting the city.

My picks for Anaheim 2? Stewart and La

wrence. Stewart is fast, as he proved last week, and unless he has another Anaheim 1 style crash, I think he'll be the solid leader in the Supercross Class. Lawrence, on the other hand, is fast, as he showed at Anaheim 1, but struggled at Phoenix. Look for him to make up for his Phoenix blunder by putting in a stellar performance at A2.

If you're going to be at the race, hit me with an email at, maybe we can meet at the pre-race pit party or something.

P.S. I redesigned the logo, what do you think? Comments, suggestions? Let me know.


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