Thursday, 13 January 2011
For IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE KING OF DIRT COMPETITION HAS BEEN POSTPONED INDEFINITELY.
The King of Dirt, presented by Moreton Bay Regional Council, was scheduled to be at Pine Rivers Park on the 26th of Jan 2011, however this is no longer possible. With the severe flooding in QLD, the course area is currently underwater, making it impossible to construct the jumps.
After discussions with our major sponsors, we will be postponing the event until later in the year. No date has currently been set, however we will be looking at sometime in March.
As soon as a new date is determined, we will notify everyone as quickly as possible.
CORE Operations apologises for any inconvenience this may cause to participants.
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Introducing the 2011 Monster Energy Girls
Thursday, 13 January 2011
Just got this through from the guys at Monster, they have selected there group of girls for 2011 and this clip is pretty sweet. You will be seeing the girls around at all the major events so make sure you get a shot with them.
JP Wake Trip
Monday, 10 January 2011
The week before Christmas we took away the Wake team to a secret location on the NSW Mid North Coast to shoot for our Watersports 2011 catalogue, we also took along Josh Robinson who is making the new film In Transit that is due for release later this year, he was well and truly pumped on the trip, below are two frame grabs from his footage.
Once we have delved through all the images we will put up a bunch for you guys to check out.
Interview with Steve Mini
Thursday, 6 January 2011
Hey guys check out this interview with Steve Mini that was recently posted on Freerider MX site, it gives a good insight into what goes through the minds of the top FMX guys
Luke Day Kings Cup
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
Hey guys just recently got back from the King’s Cup in Thailand. I raced pro open and pro am open. To be honest I expected myself to do a lot better but unfortunately I had some bad luck in both classes which held me back a lot. E.g. Sucking up a rope on the start line, getting hit and getting cut off by other racers on the start line. The starts were terrible and if someone had busted the start they would usually keep the race going or red flag it after 2 or 3 laps. But besides all that I still think it was worth the travel to experience the event. It had loads of spectators and i would say it would have been even bigger then the world finals crowds. I don’t think we will go back unless the King’s Cup goes back to Pattaya which according to other Australian racers was much more organised then the current location Phitsanulok.
It was a great experience to race against professional riders from overseas such as Macc and Takenoshita. It is quite a big step to race junior then to race pro in an international event so I think I did ok with the places of 6th in pro/am open and 8th in pro. If I had learnt anything from the event it would be that I should never race any international competitive open races with a limited ski.
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