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What’s The Toughest Motocross Track You Ever Raced/Saw [VIDEO]

I’ve seen some tough tracks; but this is ridiculous!!

Photo by Marianna Massey/Getty Images

The King Of Motocross event near Barstow California was held recently.  And the track was a mother-f*****!!  It’s a 65 mile track with very few markings (most riders had to rely on GPS!) and a lot of rough, rocky terrain.

Out of 21 riders, only 6 finished!

Read more about the race and check out video at grindtv.com

Wow!  If you don’t make it all the way up that mountain (at the start) on the first try you’re pretty much done right there!  I would love to try this!!  I’m sure I could make it from the trailer to the starting line.  After that; hmmmmm…….

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