Racer X Films: 125 All Star Race | 2019 RedBud

  • Published on Jul 11, 2019
  • Highlights from the 125 All Star race at the 2019 RedBud National.
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Comments • 31

  • EarthSurferUSA
    EarthSurferUSA 2 months ago

    Justin Cokino who?

  • EarthSurferUSA
    EarthSurferUSA 2 months ago +1

    Because of roost, and the lack of clarity it has on a go-pro camera, please only record from the top 3 guys. Look how clear Nick Wey's lens is. :)

  • EarthSurferUSA
    EarthSurferUSA 2 months ago +1

    How coll would it be if a few top 250 4-stroke racers would do 4 laps with these old 125 guys? My bet is they would not run away with it. :)

  • Bill Emery
    Bill Emery 3 months ago

    Oh the memories and awesome AMA added this! Great to see the guys from yesterday hard on the throttle!

  • Christopher Alamangos
    Christopher Alamangos 3 months ago

    Just awesome 125 ๐Ÿ˜

  • TheRacingLion
    TheRacingLion 3 months ago +6

    Honda Kawasaki and Suzuki.... should open thier eyes!!

    • EarthSurferUSA
      EarthSurferUSA 2 months ago

      The consumer is the dictator with the free market. The manufacture has to make enough bikes to sell so the price does not hike up, and people have to buy them to do that. They got out of making 2-strokes because the FIM decided we are going to race 4-strokes. They got out, Yamaha, KTM, Husky and a few other Euro brands are still in. If the market, (us the consumer) supported more, there would be more. Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki are not stupid people. They choose to follow the FIM because they knew the manipulated market would not support as many 2-strokes. Don't forget, you can compete in making bikes too. Good luck, with all the regulations today. Now, where did our opportunity go? Hmmmmmmm.

    • Stratten 45
      Stratten 45 3 months ago

      TheRacingLion there Japanese there already all the way open๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Delvin Rhoid
    Delvin Rhoid 3 months ago

    Right on Nick Wey! Always fun to watch you ride! Keep it WFO!

    • Steve Dhi
      Steve Dhi 2 months ago

      Don't hear that anymore..wfo

  • Steve Dhi
    Steve Dhi 3 months ago +1

    Nick wey..you were solid... Them old dudes trying the inside are funny... If you let off it's over.. Remember Michigan dudes Mark Hinkle Alan King. They got me going thanks

    • Steve Dhi
      Steve Dhi 2 months ago

      @EarthSurferUSA damn dude you're way ahead of me ..its gonna be a minute..2 things for now by the way this is what i was thinking at first
      ..i was district 20 for my first 6 years... Ok Hinkle was 78 open national champ David Bailey was 250 champ Hinkle was a Michigan dude and King came out swinging..in 79..i was Indiana open champ went to a regional in iowa...went to a bar on fri met like miss iowa she lived there stayed at her house cris polena was her name money race sat Hinkle beat me still made 400 Sun...qualified ok big crash in the first turn end of the moto2n feel some dude on me ... He was just awesome Alan King passed me and that maico was like floating. To this day super vivid he's blasting this berm AND looks back ...like i dare you think your gonna beat me...best weekend of 79..and can't wait till i see nick and tell him my main man has sold and run a million thru that machine spectacular man just awesome...ill read some more later...

    • EarthSurferUSA
      EarthSurferUSA 2 months ago +1

      @Steve Dhi I only met him a few times. He is a good friend of a good friend of mine in Grand Rapids, (I moved near Manistee a couple years back). He was at my home in GR when I was trying to figure out how to CNC mill, port the little 2-strokes I build. That was the last time I saw him, about 11 years ago. If you see him again, walk up to him and tell him I got it working well, and have about 1 million dollars worth of porting work put through that little Tormac $12,000 CNC mill. :) If you never talked with him, he is a nice guy, easy to approach. He was a fixture builder, (variable and attribute checking fixtures for the auto industry mostly), when I knew him. I think he is just a few years younger that me. He has to be over 50 now. Some guys just don't slow down much with age; he is one of them. I have never been to the Dude Ranch. Ya know, I think I would rather go watch that race than a SX or national now a days. At least I would know a couple of people there. :)

    • EarthSurferUSA
      EarthSurferUSA 2 months ago

      @Steve Dhi Yea, I noticed the outside lines working for him, keeping up his speed. If the inside bogged a bit, he had em. Business is OK, not like the first 3 years I went full time, but still better than most union workers wage. :) I do all the work myself. I could grow and hire employees, but even one is a head ache to me usually. After many employers, much school in manufacturing, and finally starting a little business, I discovered,----freedom. I love the freedom of owning a sole proprietor business. I never want a JOB, "Just Over Broke", again. :) This is why I hate the politics of today. They never speak of real free market opportunity anymore. I am living it more than anybody in the world. Small Recreational industries is about the only place left to experience the excitement of capitalism, and our own freedom. I have mastered sand whoops and berms on "The Little O" 40 mile loop in Baldwin, cleared double, triple and table top jumps with perfection at our local practice tracks, damn near perfected the hole shot, but nothing was nearly as exciting as my little businessmen taking off after all the hard work I did. Other than my childhood riding dirt bikes I bought myself, and making many great riding friends, having my own business has been the best years of my life. IMO, everybody should always build their skills in a direction where they can start their own business,---and discover real freedom.

    • Steve Dhi
      Steve Dhi 2 months ago

      Oh yeah i saw greiwe???at Lorettas winning

    • Steve Dhi
      Steve Dhi 2 months ago

      @EarthSurferUSA RIGHT...he had those outside lines working...hope buisness is good for you .I have to get out tomorrow and sell

  • Steve Dhi
    Steve Dhi 3 months ago

    Dang fagree that dude blew by you sa fast ...you had the balls to show up...thats 80 percent... You shaved your gay porn mustache... Might have to call you dave ... Shit remember those posters of you.. My dumbass uncle had one... I bet you're a liberal....

    DICK TRICKLER 3 months ago +6

    Nick and Ping can still ride the wheels off those steeds โœŠ๐ŸปโœŠ๐ŸปโœŠ๐Ÿป
    Gives my slow ass hope for when Iโ€™m an old man ๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Steve Dhi
      Steve Dhi 2 months ago

      Ping was taking inside lines though... 125s don't slide out you never let off ..the thing is YOU'RE wind..when you're a geezer...free cokes at Wendy's though

  • R G
    R G 3 months ago +1

    Good show... So much fun on the 125's!!

  • Harym Guillen
    Harym Guillen 3 months ago


  • David Klimmek
    David Klimmek 3 months ago +1

    Red Bud #1

  • Byron Perez
    Byron Perez 3 months ago +2

    Fuck KTMs

    • Maverick224
      Maverick224 3 months ago

      KTM saved 2 strokes, if not for them Yamaha would have stopped producing them, guaranteed. also they are the ones who have pushed other Euro brands to develop off road 2 strokes that are modern, they may not be your Fav and thatโ€™s ok , I love YZs 2 strokes, but also KTMs, but they have and do lead in both 2t and 4t and for saving the 2t, I will always give them credit for that. For the exact reason itโ€™s why I no longer support Honda, Kawi or Suzuki, but happily own ride any of theyโ€™re last 2strokes.

  • Gregor Miller
    Gregor Miller 3 months ago

    Hey Chazzman!