The video includes over 40 minutes of motocross training and almost an hour and a half of bonus material including a documentary on Grant Langston's personal journey through the motocross industry.
Few riders in professional motocross have elevated themselves to the level achieved by South Africa’s Grant Langston. Just after his 18th birthday, the teen speedster from Durban won the first of many motocross titles on his way to clinching the 2000 FIM 125 World Championship aboard a factory KTM. Langston moved to the United States to compete in the AMA National Championships and then won the 2003 AMA 125 National Championship and the AMA Supermoto Unlimited Championship in the same year. In 2005, Grant won the 250 East Region Supercross title and followed that up in 2006 by winning the 250 West Region Supercross title. The pinnacle of Langston’s career came in 2007 when he won the prestigious AMA 450 National Motocross Championship for factory Yamaha, capping the season off with the U.S. Open Championship in Las Vegas.
Grant then transitioned into riding coach, TV commentator, and business owner. With all this experience, Grant decided to share his vast knowledge with you in this one-of-a-kind production. So strap on your helmet and get ready for a ride that’s sure to entertain and inform.