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The Evolution of Motocross

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If you are a vintage motocross fan this DVD is a must-have!
A fascinating history of the sport of motocross.
48 years of motocross are covered in this video.
See the legends of motocross in their prime as they form what has become today’s motocross industry.

Description

If you are a vintage motocross fan this popular fan favorite Evolution Motocross DVD is a must-have!
A fascinating history of the sport of motocross from the first scramble races in France way back in 1947 through the decades of races across Europe with the top riders like, Joel Robert, Roger DeCoster, Torsten Hallman and all the other Motocross Super Stars! 
48 years of motocross are covered in this 95 minute DVD.

See the legends of motocross in their prime as they form what has become today’s motocross industry.

Video footage begins with European racing in 1948 and covers the history of MX all the way to scenes of Jeremy McGrath on his private practice track in 1995.

Dates Covered;
1948 Era
1954 Era
1959 Era
1964 Era
1969 Era
1964 – Numur Grand Prix
1965 – 250 Grand Prix
1967 – when Motocross first came to America
1968 – First American motocross races
1969 – Motocross racing begins to grow in America
1970 – Grand Prix action from Italy
1971 – Trans Am Carlsbad, California
1973 – Trans Am Saddleback, California
1974 – SuperCross begins to catch on in America
1975 – 500 US Nationals
1977 – 250 Grand Prix Hawstone Park, England
1978 – SuperCross grows in America
1981 – Grand Prix in Europe
1989 – Update on motorcycle technology
1990 – 125 & 250 Nationals and SuperCross
1994 – SuperCross at Perris, California
1995 – Jeremy McGrath’s S-X practice track.

Better have a big bowl of popcorn ready for this DVD.

Additional information

Weight 3 oz
Dimensions 7 × 5 × .4 in
Duration:

95 Minutes

Copyright:

1995

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