All things in life can be enjoyable but also unexpected. Everyone has their own natural high. My natural high is riding my dirt bike. Even though riding my dirt bike is fun, it can also be very dangerous. It is very important to always wear safety gear while operating an off-road vehicle. Remember to always pay attention to the surroundings. To begin, when I was 8 years old my mom and dad decided I was old enough to have a dirt bike. It was a crf 70f. “At age 5 or 6, they can be zipping around without training wheels and even taking small jumps on small dirt bikes” (Dirt Bike Planet). The second I rode it I was in love. Every chance I got I would ride. Once I grew out of a 70 I got an 80. The 80 had more power, was faster and had a clutch. The …show more content…
It took many days and lots of patience to figure out. When the 80 became too small for me I got a 100. The 100 was where I learned how to really ride. I spent the most time on that bike than any other. I had it for over two and a half years. In those two and a half years I started racing. My first time I ever raced I got first place and it was the best feeling ever. I was so proud of what I had accomplished and wanted to keep racing. But after I placed first in that class I got bumped up to a new class that had bigger bikes and faster kids. At the time I was still on the 100 and I was racing kids on bikes twice as big as mine. So, I would have to push myself so hard and go as fast as I possibly can. I never really did good in those higher classes until I got a 150 it was a bike that was strictly meant for racing and to go fast. Bad things happen when you try riding over your head and it did to me. I remember it like yesterday, I was in a race at Loaiza Dairy Farm and they have some labyrinth, gnarly trails there. But it wasn’t on the trail where I wrecked. It was in a wide-open field. The field was probably three
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The first thing i'm gonna do is harescramble/enduro. Harescramble/Enduro harescramble you race in the woods for 2 hours without stopping and it hurts after words because of cramps. Enduro is very hard it's a lot of bug obstacles you have to ramp like hugs tires huge logs etc.. It is not as dangerous as motocross and supercross but it can still be really dangerous. I race harescramble.
That particular time was, when I was just started learning how to ride a bike. As a little girl, wanting to know how to ride one was something I wanted to achieve immediately. Getting the hang of learning how to ride a bike really took while to grasp. Eventually, I prospered in getting a hang of it. Through that little experience, it really showed me that determination can lead to great
Motocross is the most physical,demanding, and dangerous sport in the world. Motocross is motorcycle racing which consists of winding tracks full of multi-terrains and large jumps. The average season is year round. that is if riders race arena or supercross through the winter. To be a Professional dirt bike rider you must have 100 amatuer points to become a pro racer.
Gavin Blake Mr.Groth English January 9, 2023 Motocross Facts. Riding a motorcycle can be a thrilling and rewarding experience, full of adventure and excitement. For the avid motorcyclist, it is a passion that can take them all over the world. The Motorcycle Hall of Fame recognizes some of the most talented and passionate motorcycle riders, and the MXA Ride Day illustrates how motorcyclists can enjoy a perfect track with close friends.
From personal experiences like racing dirtbikes I know motocross is one of the hardest sports in the world. Motocross has been around since the early 1900’s. Ever since then people have been saying it’s not hard or all you have to do is twist the throttle and turn the handlebars, while in reality your muscles flex from head to toe from anywhere from 10-30, heart beating out of your chest, Mind racing. I just think if people would take the time to try it or listen to what people say. They would understand it’s a lot harder than it looks and takes a lot more out of you than you think mentally and physically.
I’m on a mountain, I just overcame my first obstacle the chair lift. Which I thought would be harder than it was I miraculously didn’t fall or knock over the other skiers/snowboarders. I glanced back up at the gleaming mountain becoming easily distracted by the flawless stroke of every turn as the pros make their way down. I say quietly to myself “Isn’t this suppose to be a beginners hill?” They have gopros strapped to their helmets and are racing each other down.
I have logged countless hours on the motocross track competing to finish first. All of my hard work eventually paid off when I won the main event at the last race of the season. This competitiveness has been both a challenge and a gift. It drives me to be the best that I possibly can in school, sports or just day to day life. I cannot settle for anything but perfection.
Dirt Bike Catastrophe Some four years ago on a small loop road, county road 355, hidden somewhere in the weeds was a convolution maze of dirt bike trails. It couldn’t have been but six months since my step brother, Austin and I started riding dirt bikes daily. We were nothing short of motocross eligible teenagers, jumping feet off the ground, sliding every turn, and being so dirty at the end of the day that two showers were necessary. All of these things changed very suddenly in a wreck that changed our lives.
One incident I can recount when I experienced failure was when I joined Cross Country. Since, I can remember I have always excelled at everything I did, from my academics to dance class to music lessons. When I entered into my freshman year of high school, I decided I would to join an athletic team in order to keep myself occupied outside of academics. I figured joining a sport would be another good attribute to add to my resume.
For some reason I could not put it all together in the competition setting and ended up not clearing any bar the two first meets in a row. I felt like giving up, I had put my heart and soul into this and was not getting anywhere near the results I had expected. Even though I was at my lowest point I knew I loved the sport far too much to ever quit,
I was finally stepping outside my comfort zone learning to ride a bike. The most memorable time in my life was the time my dad taught me how to ride my first bike. At the age of six he taught me the basics of riding a bike. Along with rules that were set in order to help me be responsible with my bike. I learned to ride a bike without training wheels.
Right from the go I was behind and off the pace and even though I was learning by running in last place all the time I was ashamed to be there because it was something that made me feel like I wasn’t worth being out on that race track. 5 years later I am one of the top young guns in my racing division among the NASCAR sanctioned tracks in Ontario because I didn’t let vulnerability hold me down I pushed through and did what I wanted
1 MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AT LAGUNA Academic Year 2015 – 2016 MOUNTAINBIKING AS A FORM OF EXERCISE, SOCIALIZATION AND A BENEFIT TO NATURE Joshua Jego R. Manalo B01 Professor Jeremie M. Maleon A Research Paper Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for ENG022 Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 2 Mountain biking Does improving your health bothers you?