Supercross Down Under
Chad Reed made up some points this week in the Australasian Supercross Championship with his win in Sydney. He edged out Jeremy McGrath and Jay Marmont in front of about 12,000 spectators. CLICK HERE for the full race report. Check out the photos below from Julian Eyers, who was on hand snapping shots.
Top Ten Results – Monster Energy Super X Survival Final
1 Chad REED, Monster Energy Kawasaki, 25
2 Jeremy MCGRATH, Woodstock Honda Thor Racing, 22
3 Jay MARMONT, CDR Rockstar Yamaha, 20
4 Tye SIMMONDS, Motorex KTM, 18
5 Daniel McCOY, Pacific Ink Coastal KTM High Roller Energy Team, 16
6 Craig ANDERSON, Kawasaki Racing Team, 15
7 Cody MACKIE, Cool Air Conditioning Kawasaki, 14
8 Robbie MARSHALL, Northstar Yamaha, 13
9 Cheyne BOYD, CDR Rockstar Yamaha, 12
10 Cameron TAYLOR, SP Motorsports Byrners Suzuki, 11
Monster Energy Super X OPEN championship standings
1 Jay MARMONT, CDR Rockstar Yamaha,108
2 Chad REED, Monster Energy Kawasaki, 107
3 Dan REARDON, Woodstock Honda Thor Racing, 98
4 Tye SIMMONDS, Motorex KTM, 86
5 Daniel McCOY, Pacific Ink Coastal KTM High Roller Energy Team, 78
6 Cody MACKIE, Cool Air Conditioning Kawasaki, 68
7 Cheyne BOYD, CDR Rockstar Yamaha, 66
8 Craig ANDERSON, Cool Air Conditioning Kawasaki, 63
9 Cameron TAYLOR, SP Motorsports Byrners Suzuki, 58
10 Troy CARROLL, Cool Air Conditioning Kawasaki, 52
MX vs ATV REFLEX Demo is Out Now!
We were lucky enough to get an early preview of the new REFLEX game a while back during our visit to THQ, then again at our Moto Awards Show in Las Vegas. The newest installment is a ton of fun, and now you can check it out for yourself on both XBOX Live and Playstation Network. In the meantime, check out their latest trailer complete with bikini-clad chicks…marketing at its finest.
November Buyers Guide Pin-Up, Ashley
For more gratuitous bikini-clad awesomeness, check out Ashley’s Pin-Up gallery.
Please help us raise money for cancer research. The TransWorld editors, both past and present, have teamed up with a group of fellow industry friends including, but not limited to, Donnie Emler of FMF, Jeremy Mallott of Red Bull, and even Amanda Woods from Supercross.com to form Team Stache’tastic.
This Movember, the money raised in the U.S. will be split between the Prostate Cancer Foundation and the Lance Armstrong Foundation. The Prostate Cancer Foundation will use the money raised by Movember to fund research to find better treatments and a cure for prostate cancer.
The Lance Armstrong Foundation will use the money raised by Movember to fund: the LIVESTRONG Young Adult Alliance program which has the goal of improving survival rates and quality of life for young adults with cancer between the ages of 15 and 40, as well as research initiatives to further understand the biology of adolescent and young adult cancers.
If you are still not familiar with Movember, watch the video below or CLICK HERE to check out Chris’ Blog.