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Common threads and recurring patterns emerge as we look back at the 2010 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Page 130.
Birth of a National
After Glen Helen’s sudden departure from the series, young Pala Raceway stepped up to keep AMA Motocross in Southern California. A lot went right, but some changes need to be made. Page 148.
Held in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, the 2010 Motocross of Nations provided a picturesque setting for Team USA’s sixth consecutive win. Page 160.
Filmmaker Tyler Congdon’s newest moto epic, MOTO2, sets a new standard for motocross cinematography and storytelling. Page 178.
I am the MANager
Now that he’s out of the real moto-management game, David Pingree plays fantasy manager and assembles his dream team. Page 190.
The Youth Brigade
The junior version of Team USA competed in August’s FIM Youth World Cup in France, and team boss Brian Noah gives us the full story. Page 202.