We now have some old school vintage jersey designs online for you to customize. You can change the colors, add your logos, name, and number to make these vintage jerseys come back to life.
If you have ideas of other jerseys you’d like to see online, feel free to let us know.
The year coming to an end that only meant one thing, the Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas, Nevada was upon us. With last years Best Whip winner Tom Parsons on the injured list and asked to judge, we knew this year was going to be one for the books. Kris Foster, Vicki Golden, and new recruit Derek Beckering all mixed into a lineup of heavy hitters.
This year the format was a little different. Qualifying was outside on the pavement and semis along with finals were inside under the stadium lights. Qualifying went off as everyone went absolutely huge. Kris qualifying 3rd, Derek in 6th, and Vicki just below the qualifying spot. As the sun was dropping, stadium lights clicking on, and racing taking place. It was time for the semi-qualifiers to take place. Kris and Derek both went off throwing huge seat bounce whips and turn downs. Unfortunately it wasn’t enough, both barely missed making it into top three and into the finals. This event seems to be getting better and better each year. Can’t wait to see what’s in store for next year. Click photos to go big!
When Tom Parsons gets an idea in his head, he is very adamant about making it come to reality. Well in this case, it was a day trip up to Wyvern Ranch. With a couple of weeks of talking, and persuading of getting the “Boss Man” (Michael Leib) to take a sick day from desk work. The van and truck were loaded up and ready for nothing but good times with Tom Parsons, Michael Leib, our photographer Matt Cordova, and good buddy and filmer Jacob Johnson (33 Films).
With the substantial amount of rain California got this winter, the ranch was over grown and needed a little bit of work. But hey, No Dig No Ride is what they say right? Prep job being done, and golden hour upon us. Our afternoon was set to be epic. To say the least, the boys did not let us down. With big whips and unreal amounts of steaze, it was quite the treat to watch. Take a look what madness went down
Photos by: Matt Cordova
Video by: Jacob Johnson (Thirty3films)
We caught up with young ripper Nick Tomasunas out in Daytona, Florida for the Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross. Race conditions weren’t ideal, with having intense rain and wind at times. But Nick came through and handled business. See what he had to say about his weekend at the iconic Daytona Speedway.
What was it like riding your fist A class race?
My first A class race went pretty well. I came out with a 4-8 in Open Pro Sport and a 6-15 in 250A which were both stacked with some tough competition so I was content with my performance.
What were your thoughts on the Supercross format track?
I’m a supercross kind of guy so I enjoyed it a lot. The track wasn’t too technical but I still enjoyed the little rhythm sections it had and some of the rollers that you could wheelie over to save time.
Half of your racing was done in the mud, do you like mud races?
I wouldn’t say I enjoy mud races but I’ve always done fairly well in the mud. I stand up a lot when I ride so that definitely helps in the slicker conditions.
Whats are some upcoming events you have?
I have a one more Loretta Lynn’s Area Qualifier to do in a few weeks then I have a Loretta Lynn Regional Qualifier about a month after that in Indiana at Iron Man MX. After I get all qualified there all I have left to focus on is Loretta Lynn’s.
How does it feel to be the “Motocross Stig”?
It’s actually pretty cool to be the “Motocross Stig” because no one has really went full bore with the all white idea until now. The idea came to me a while ago but I never went 100% with it until last year. It seems to catch people’s attention a lot and has got me a lot of exposure so I can’t complain!
Was the pace as fast as you thought?
The pace wasn’t much different from what I was used to. I’ve been racing most of these kids for the majority of my career so I kind of knew what to expect.
The boys were out in full force this weekend for the first round of the Road to Mammoth at Glen Helen Raceway. Austin Walton (#500), Oliver Bonner (#823), and Caleb Stephens (#66) showed great speed. Leaving everything they had on the track like true warriors do. Catch these guys at round 2, February 19th at LACR.
For more info on the Road to Mammoth check out their site..