Motocross is a popular extreme sport in which individuals will drive modified motorcycles and dirt bikes on insane tracks. These dirt courses are made of numerous obstacles that include sharp curves and mounds. A sport that first began during the 1920’s in Europe is now notable all over the world. One of the most stimulating things about this sport is the diversity in the various races.
The standard race is the most common that is used around the world. During this race the drivers must do a certain amount of laps. The winner will be the one who completes each of the laps first. The tracks are always challenging and consist of sharp turns, curves, and hills.
This is one of the more stimulating to watch. During a freestyle – FMX – race every driver will earn points by the tricks that they perform. There are dozens of things that they have the abilty to do by using the obstructions that are on the track. The judge will score each driver and name the winner. They are judged by how well they execute the tricks and which ones they perform.
What started off as a fun side race for riders during the 1970’s transformed a popular kind of racing. The Supermoto uses motorbikes that have been given unique tires with grooves that permit it to drive easily over dirt and pavement tracks. It still has a number of obstructions – but the courses are frequently a combination of dirt and pavement.
This is the more competitive motocross race that is held in a stadium or arena. An artificial dirt course will be set up and it will be built with some of the most difficult obstructions that the drivers will ever face. Every driver will use only their highly modified bikes.