The Less Popular Varieties of Motocross Racing

Ken West/ November 13, 2017/ Financial Aspect

One thing that the motocross enthusiasts should have in mind is that there are different varieties of motocross, both popular and less popular. The popular varieties are freestyle, enduro, and Supermoto and we will have a look at the less popular varieties below:

Trials Motocross

Trials motocross is a straightforward time trial race where the riders race on dirt tracks and are timed. Thus, instead of jumps and tricks, the bikers need to have their focus on beating the best time or getting the best time.


Supercross is a motocross event that takes place in a huge stadium, arena or fairground featuring a temporary or artificial dirt track. The dirt track in this form of motocross racing consists of obstacles as well as jumps. In this type of motocross racing, high-performance motorcycles specifically outfitted and designed for handling sharp turns and high jumps are used.

Hill Climb

As is suggested by the name, the bikers in this motocross event need to ride up a hill and try getting the fastest time. This type of motocross racing is also known as hill climbing.…

Some Unknown Facts about Motocross Racing

Ken West/ November 13, 2017/ Motocross Racing

Motocross is probably one of the biggest parts of the lives of many individuals, and it is something that people continue to do until their pass it down to their kids and other family members. Of course, this sport can turn out to be very expensive and therefore it is wise for the budget- conscious people not to take much interest in it. For everything in life, there is always a good aspect and a bad aspect. When it comes to motocross, it might seem a very steep mountain of money that needs to be climbed by the interested riders.

The Financial Aspect of Motocross Racing

For beginners into motocross racing, there are the bikes that need to be driven, the protective gear and the different parts of the bike that would cost exorbitantly especially for the ones with big bikes. Apart from these costs, the riders will also have to make arrangements for making gas payments, fees for getting into racing events and camper or hotel fees. Therefore, it can be rightly said that the financial aspect of motocross racing is probably the negative side of this sport. The above-mentioned costs keep adding over the years as riders need to get new parts, new bikes, and new gear. All these things can take a toll on the financial condition of the rider.

Cost of Protective Clothing

The protective clothing and gear that the racer wears will also cost him or her some money. Different items need to be included in this category like knee guards, protective pants, chest protectors, helmet, gloves, jersey, and goggles.…