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Old 03-27-2006, 07:04 AM   #1
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Whats Difference Between Supercross and Motorcross?

Your opinion which 1 you like better?

Do you ride at all?
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Old 03-27-2006, 05:14 PM   #2
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Re: Super, MOTO

I do ride but I havent in a while. Motocross is out doors and is usually longer with smaller jumps. 4-strokes have a big advantage in motocross due to their massive hp and torque. Supercross is indoors, usually shorter and has very big jumps which add more track within a smaller area. Generally 2-stokes are preffered for this because they are generally lighter which is a good thing when you are constantly jumping and manuevering your bike around turns. I personaly like motocross better. For one thing, they ride faster and they are usually longer. I do like supercross but its too much jumping from one jump to another and can kind of get repeatative. You should check out the motorcycles-dirt bikes forum on here as well. Do you have a motorcycle? If so what are riding?
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I like motocross because it seems more challenging...plus i ride motocross every once in a while so I can relate to it more...
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Re: Super, MOTO

To me motocross seems more fun. My cousin races in the 125 class and Ive been to some of his races and i rode one of the tracks (not in a race but riding around after they are finished) and it seems like a good layout with a good combination of jumps and turns and straits. So i think motocross is the way to go.
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What kind of bike are you riding SeaWarrior?
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