"Stewart, a native of Easton, Pennsylvania, has certainly made a name for himself in the sport over the last few years, rising to be among the ranks of the best riders in the Northeast, before moving into the national picture."
“Awesome guy. We couldn’t ask for a better guy to represent our company’s product.”
The American Professional Supercross and Motocross series are the largest, and most popular, form of dirt bike racing. They are known as the most competitive and prestigious series in the world, attracting the highest elite athletes in the sport.
Supercross is a motorcycle racing sport involving off-road motorcycles on an artificially-made dirt track consisting of steep jumps and obstacles. Supercross runs 17 weeks from January through May and is held in professional football and baseball stadiums in some of the largest cities across the United States. Due to the lack of space within the stadiums the obstacles are closer together creating a tougher, high intensity race.
The AMA Pro Motocross Championship is the major motocross series of the United States. Held since 1972, the 12-rounds series begins in May and ends in late August. It includes stops at the premier motocross racing facilities in America, with events in California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota, Washington, New York, Indiana and Utah.
Each track presents its own unique blend of jumps, hills, corners and whoops, but all the races run under the same format: two thirty-minute-plus-two lap motos (races) per class, with the scores from each race combined to determine the overall winner. The competition also tests fitness, as motocross at this speed is arguably the most physically demanding sport in the world.
The AMA Motocross championship roars into the natural outdoor tracks across the US as riders battle for the right to be called a champion in the toughest closed course, outdoor motocross tracks known to man.