Well folks you guys haven’t heard from me in a while, but much to your pleasure I have returned. This isn’t going to be like most of my previous articles. This time I am reviewing the new Ryno Power protein.
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“Which energy drink will make me the fastest? I drink Red Bull but my brother says Monster.” – David P.
With solid turnout but uncooperative weather, riders at the 2nd and 3rd rounds of Quadcross Northwest were rewarded with a great track and challenging racing in all classes. Ruby Davis took the ProAm win on Saturday and then stuck around Sunday to try his hand at the Pro Class. Cody Irving had other obligations and was not at this round, while Phil Oppen raced both Pro Am Saturday and Pro Sunday, also having the fastest qualifying time. Jorie Williams made a last minute appearance and would go 2-1 for the overall.
After suffering from a broken leg just weeks before the outdoor season was to begin, Bryan “Bmart” Martin missed racing the opening rounds of Quadcross Northwest, putting him in a bad place for the start of the season. Short after that, Bmart returned to the gym to prepare for the second round of Quadcross Northwest at Horn Rapids, though he was still on crutches and in a cast. “Bryan is pretty much the most manliest guy in here,” stated one gym goer who wished to stay anonymous, “He’s a beast. I think the secret has been his mustache.”
Yesterday we interviewed the first half of this duo of awesome, Curtis McNitt, and today we get the other half of Awesome Town to chime in on his take. Bryan Martin, a Northwest icon since even the early days of MX racing in the Northwest has grown to become a figurehead of shit-talking, PBR drinking, mustache-wielding badass on a quad and this year he was looking to get on the podium a bunch too. But a few weeks before the season started, he broke his leg. His awesome was undeterred and we get the scoop on it.
Jeff Bays, Bryan Martin, and Megan Murray talk a little about Quadcross Northwest at Woodland, WORCS, and the Quad Mafia on this Quadcast. We’re a little rusty since we’re 6 months out of practice, but …
Three Two Motorsports’ head rider and team owner Bryan Martin was injured this last weekend at a riding exhibition in Spokane, WA. Bmart suffered a broken right leg after getting his foot caught between the …
We take a second of Bmart’s time to get some details of his 2013 plans. We’re just going to summarize it with this: “just to let the terrorists know that America is better than you” and let you read the rest.
Diesel recaps the ATV racing at Clark county in the pro class. Check it out!
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Well folks here it is. The second installment of School’d with ThreeTwo Motorsports. This time I’ll be talking about something very important to racing success. It is how to not be a little bitch. If you are a little bitch you’ll never win a race or anything else in life for that matter. Even if you do happen to win at something it is automatically null and void, because you’re a bitch.
As we are all getting ready for Washougal and the epic racing that is about to happen there this weekend, here is the Pro race from Straddleline. Phil Oppen took the win for the day followed by Cole Fite and Clay Forenpohar. As we enter the last round, Cody Irving is leading in points with the series all but wrapped up. We are expecting a large turnout and a few big names from down south to be out for Washougal, don’t miss it!