How does Motorcross racing work?
it is alot like supercross only much larger tracks and it is outside
Motorcross is dangerous period, but you can help reduce those dangerous by making sure who ever is racing knows the track and there bike, always besure to walk the track before you race and look for the minor bumps or dip ins that you might want to avoid and always be sure to wear all protective gear MX boots are also important
If you are in cheerleading or motorcross racing, you could possibly easily brake your leg by doing a cheerleading pyramid, or in motorcross you could be racing too fast and then fly off your bike. It is also possible in skateboarding if you classify that as a sport. or if you are playing football ask 1 of your friends to kick you as hard as they can then you will brake your leg and it…
Motorcross evolved from Trials riding, in the United Kingdom around the early 1900's. It was originally called Scrambles, until it became internationally known, taking the name Motorcross. Basically, the evolution from trials began when the rules relaxed, especially on the strict scoring, and the fastest rider was the top rider.