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Dirt Action Nov/Dec 2019

Dirt Action is Australia's most progressive and relevant dirtbike publication. Covering all aspects of motocross, trailriding and enduro, Dirt Action has something for every rider and every fan. The magazine covers everything from in-depth interviews and comprehensive race coverage to the most complete bike testing and technical advice in Australia. Dirt Action has a direct line to all aspects of the sport and delivers content in an informative yet entertaining manner. If you want real stories tied with the best images, Dirt Action has it all. Purchase includes the Digital Edition and News Service. Please stay in touch via our Facebook Page.

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Universal Wellbeing PTY Limited
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5 min.
today’s menu

So I hope you guys are liking the new format of DIRT ACTION. We went this way because, as regular readers would know, from time to time we change things up to make sure we aren’t just an imitation of what we were 10 years ago. It takes a bit of work to make a change as big as this but we have to thank you guys for responding because the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. I have to admit, the first couple of issues had me wondering if I liked it myself but both Matt and I are pretty stoked with how it’s come along. To be specific, the last issue and this one are more representative of the direction we want to go. This issue is probably my favourite…

1 min.
x-games madness

In an absolutely dominant performance, Australia has stamped its authority on the Minneapolis X-Games in the USA. Corey Creed claimed victory in the Moto X QuarterPipe, launching more than 32 feet into orbit. It was an Aussie sweep in the Moto X Freestyle, with Rob Adelberg claiming his eighth medal in nine competitions, this his first gold. His run included three different front-flip variations. Josh Sheehan and Jackson Strong would make it an all-Aussie podium lockout. Jackson Strong and Josh Sheehan claimed silver and bronze in Moto X Best Trick behind the innovative Daniel Rinaldo. Rinaldo landed an incredible world-first backflip body varial, a trick that looks like it should be reserved for the MX vs ATV video game, and became the first European to win gold in the event.…

1 min.
manuel lettenbichler wins red bull romaniacs

10 years after his father claimed victory, Manuel Lettenbichler has stood on the top step after a treacherous Red Bull Romaniacs. After a tight battle with Alfredo Gomez in the wet and slick conditions, Lettenbichler would stand victorious. “I’m over the moon right now, I really can’t believe it,” he said. “This race is really something special and to win here feels amazing. The event is so long and so hard and anything can happen, so I’m so pumped to take the win. It’s been an incredible five days and so gnarly, especially with all the rain we’ve had. Some of the uphills that would have been tricky anyway have become near impossible today. It’s 10 years since my dad won Red Bull Romaniacs so it’s great to be able to…

2 min.
reardon to cdr for supercross assault

After racing as a privateer to an overall podium in 2018, Dan Reardon has signed with the powerhouse CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team for the 2019 Australian Supercross Championship. With Kirk Gibbs on a motocross-only contract, Reardon will join Luke Clout under the CDR truck in a deal sees the number 122 combine his own personal sponsors with the CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team. “It’s awesome to be back with the CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team and working with a great group of guys,” Reardon said. “We won the championship together in 2015 and I have built a close bond to CDR and Yamaha over the years. “Last year I did my own program together with the help of Yamaha, but the logistics of managing that and also preparing to race became more…

1 min.
cianciarulo stays green

After rumours speculating that Adam Cianciarulo would leave his long-term Kawasaki relationship in favour of a possible Honda position, it has been announced he will graduate to the 450 class alongside Eli Tomac at Monster Energy Kawasaki. “I am super excited and grateful for this opportunity,” said Cianciarulo. “I was just a little kid when I signed with Kawasaki in 2004, and it’s been a dream of mine since then to reach this point. From growing up in the Team Green program, to my 250cc career with Mitch Payton and Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/Kawasaki, I feel I’m prepared to take on this next challenge of competing at the highest level.The work has just begun and I’m ready to get started on my new KX450.” Remaining with the team is reigning AMA Supercross…

2 min.
cole seely retires

After a decade of professional racing in the AMA Supercross Championship and AMA Motocross Championship, Cole Seely has announced his retirement from the sport. After battling through injury over the last two years, Seely has made the difficult decision to hang up his boots. “These past two years have been very difficult,” Seely said. “Last year’s injury was severe and very tough on me both mentally and physically. I fought hard to return this season but it was much more challenging than I anticipated. Now with this recent shoulder injury, it’s just another setback. This decision definitely wasn’t easy but I think it’s the right choice. I’m grateful for having been given the opportunity to do something I’ve loved since I was a kid and to make it into my career.…