Motocross racing is very popular in a lot of places around the world, especially in Southern California and Florida. It involves all terrain biking as well as performing freestyle stunts on metal ramps like jumps, back flips and so on. Even among non bikers, motocross events commands a huge fan following for the extreme athletes.
As a result, the latest developments in the motocross world are eagerly followed by these communities of race fans. Online there are thousands of forums and websites which keep updating people about the latest developments, including the up coming race venues and dates for potential races as well including the very popular motocross outdoor series. There are certain protest movements that have come up, as one regarding the banning of lead content that all mini bikes are made with. Interviews of prominent motocross racers are splashed all over too. Experiences while racing form a big chunk of news in the motocross outdoor world as well even NBC sports has live racing scheduled for three national racing events.
Releases of new motocross gear products, aftermarket modifications and accessories are all highly publicized, making them available to dirt bikers all over.
Currently there is a lot of controversy about the banning of the mini bikes or the Off Highway Vehicles. This is a form of youth recreation and has been banned by The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008. This is also being hotly contested by a lot of motorcycle dealerships, forums and activist groups who feel that this judicial decision will have an adverse effect on the activity of the sport of off-road recreation bikes. Let the Kids Ride!
It is a world of highly frenetic activity where every single activity is closely recorded for everyone else to see. Success stories feature prominently, especially unconventional features like that of women motocross racers who have given up their careers for full time motocross racing! Now that is female empowerment! Veteran professional racers often share tips from whatever experiences that they have undergone in their racing careers with motocross training schools. These tips are for the young and new generation of racers who are just coming in to the sport and would like to advance to the next level.
Also, schedules of future races are all very systematically put up, with details. So are the results of the prominent motocross outdoor national events. Even if you are unable to attend any races you can always catch up on live updates by logging into a motocross online website and checking out all the pro racing action.