The Top 10 In Action Sports
01Kenton Cool And The Legend Of Everest
02The Martyn Ashton Interview: Meet the Man Who Got Back on the Bike
03Legends Behind the Lens: The Dan Milner Interview
04We Asked Surf Star Coco Ho For Her Step-by-Step Guide to the Basics
05The Tony Hawk Interview: How Is The Birdman Still Flying High After All These Years?
06We Toured Britain’s Action Sports Hotspots With The New Ford S-MAX
07The Legend Of El Dorado: One Man’s Obsession With Finding A City Made Of Gold
08I Am Legend: How Audiences – Real Or GoPro'ed – Can Affect Your Mind And Performance
09Watch A Freerunning King Defy The Laws Of Gravity In This Urban Assault On London
10Living On The Blood and Urine of Dead Sea Turtles: The Shocking Story of A Sailor Stuck in Hell
If you're not having fun doing what you love, then your love has turned into a job. That's why it is important to have fun and remember why you're doing what you are doing: because you love it. For many, it would be a dream job getting to ride your dirt bike for a living, but the demands of sponsors, teams, fans, etc can often make riding a dirt bike feel like a real job for many of the top athletes in our sport. However, for Sean Borkenhagen, Scott Champion, Vicki Golden, and Broc Tickle, it is often refreshing to spend a Saturday afternoon at a private Supercross track, throwing whips and doing some goon riding with good friends. Keeping things fun and light as the season approaches is a solid mindset to finding success once the gate drops. And, on this particular Saturday, having a good time with friends is exactly what the day was about.
Filmed and edited for MXAffiliate.com.
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-Artist: Dead Kennedys
-Song: I Fought the Law
Album: Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death