Motocross Sayings and Quotes
Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous
old motocross quotes, motocross sayings, and motocross proverbs, collected over the years from a variety
I'm a bit of a speed demon. I ride my motorbike every weekend. I've had bikes since I was a kid and my 11-year-old brother, who's like my son, has an identical motocross bike to me, except smaller. Everything I do he wants to do.
Anybody can jump a motorcycle. The trouble begins when you try to land it.
Motor racing can never be totally safe and it never should be in my opinion.
With motocross I've found that passion becomes your identity and that identity breaks all barriers.
Do I race motorcycles? I do. I use the word 'race' because, I admit, what I do on a motocross bike is different than riding a Harley down the street.
In racing, they say that your car goes where your eyes go. The driver who cannot tear his eyes away from the wall as he spins out of control will meet that wall; the driver who looks down the track as he feels his tires break free will regain control of his vehicle.
There's a lot of dangerous sports. You know, my opinion, football is the most dangerous sport there is. After that I'll give it to probably boxing. Then there's some other extreme sports out there, motocross where you're really risking your neck every time you go out there and do it.
Balance, or drivability, and the ability to accelerate while cornering are more important than maximum cornering power - every time. Until you reach teh top levels of professional motor racing you will achieve more results by optimizing the package that you have than by redesigning it.
A motorcycle coming down from 30 feet at 70 mph gives you a terrible jolt.
The best way to make a small fortune in racing is to start with a big one.
Driving a motorcycle is like flying. All your senses are alive. When I ride through Beverly Hills in the early morning, and all the sprinklers have turned off, the scents that wash over me are just heavenly. Being House is like flying, too. You're free of the gravity of what people think.
A motorcycle is an independent thing.
Even in motocross, youre struggling to see people pass each other anymore. There seems to be one line in motocross.
The older I get, the faster I was.
Speed has never killed anyone, suddenly becoming stationaryâ€¦ that's what gets you.
I think there is no defending a title. You don't go into a season with a points advantage over anyone. So I don't think it's ever a title defence. I think you've got a different number on your bike, if you choose so, but everyone starts at zero again.
To be a racing driver it's essential you have very good eyesight, and that's especially relevant at night. Your senses are heightened, you're travelling over 200mph, you need to focus on that 110-metre braking point and you have to have absolute faith and commitment in your driving.
Motocross is one of the most exciting forms of racing in the world.
Motocross races are run in both rain and sunshine. They usually involve close racing and lots of bumping. You might even see mind-blowing crashes! It is definitely not a sport for the timid.
If you're looking for thrills, you've come to the right place: motocross is one of the most exciting sports around.
Racers need to be able to balance on the bike as well and control their speed on different parts of the track. Most of all they need a little courage: jumping a motocross bike is very exiting but scary too!
Motocross is one of the most popular sports in the world. Riders race dirt bikes on outdoor courses with bumps, jumps, and sharp turns.
Dust flies as a pack of motocross races roars over a bumpy course. The riders lean right and left through the turns of the twisting course. Motocross racing is a tough sport.
Motocross is an amazing way to have fun and keep fit.
Billie B. Brooklyn
When you venture onto motocross track, you will encounter a variety of jumps that will challenge you.
Your best approach when racing motocross is to take every jump seriously and commit.
Motocross tracks are usually too crowded and present too many tough challenges right off the bat.
By far the most important piece of safety equipment for dirt biking is the helmet.
Even the best riders learn to ride on beginner bikes.
Beginner bikes are not built to handle big jumps, and they don't go as fast as race bikes.