Millville Pro National highlight Video


JEP 2 Minute Board - Millville Pro National Photo Report


Millville 2012 was another great day for motocross. The temps were in the 90's and the sun was shining. It gave away for a great day of racing!

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MXP Magazine - Millville Photo Report by Matt Wellumson

Our awesome friends over at MXP Magazine have posted up a photo report done by myself  during the Spring Creek pro national last weekend. The link to that content is below, but I strongly suggest taking a close look at other features on MXP after you are done looking through the report. MXP keeps track of the entire world of Motocross in Canada, and important events held in the US or the rest of the world. 

Click here for Photo report over on MXPMag 

Recent news on MXP also includes updates on US riders competing in Canada; including that of Tyler Villopoto, Matt Goerke, and Bobby Kiniry. Many of these riders are taking the opportunity to race in Canada over the summer months, with some (like Matt Goerke) returning to the US to compete in the winter Supercross series.

Now here comes the question of the day, how many of you knew that Ryan's brother, Tyler Villopoto was actively competeing in a Motocross series this summer!? 




MXMatt Block Pass - Spring Creek 2012 Pro Nationals, wish it wasn't over.


Well I am happy to report that the trip to Spring Creek turned out even more awesome than I ever expected. I had the opportunity to take one of my favorite riders along for the trip this year, and we stayed with an amazing family which made things even better. As those who attended already know, the temperatures at Spring Creek were both hot, and humid. Despite  hoping for a cooler drier weather than last year, I was left feeing disappointed.  

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Spring Creek 2012 Amateur day Photo Report  

In the world of 2-wheeled sports, Nobody can argue against Lucas Oil Motocross, and Monster Energy Supercross as being gold standard for the sport we love here at HardlineMX. It's the goal for all of us here to either be fast enough to race at that level, or be good enough to work in the industry at that level.

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