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The Buzz: Off-Season

Everything seems a little quiet at the moment, huh? Well, prepare yourself, it is only going to get worse as we glide through November and December. The traditional European supercross events will have fans on the edges of their seats, along with a handful of other international events, but nothing will really match up to the hype and excitement that comes with Anaheim 1. Seeing as you’ll be starved of action, we have put together the following schedule to ensure you don’t miss a thing!

October 22nd

Arnhem Supercross


Red Bull Straight Rhythm


Note: Although the Red Bull Straight Rhythm has a fairly underwhelming entry list, the Arnhem supercross boasts some former champions. Malcolm Stewart, Romain Febvre, Tim Gajser and Justin Bogle are slated to compete on Saturday night and we’ll be present to cover the action! You’ll find more information on the event’s site, but adult tickets start from €32.90. Tickets for children between six and sixteen start at €22.30 (that’s a twenty percent discount), but those five and under cost just €12.60.


All roads lead to the Arnhem Supercross this weekend.

Off Road Pro Racing

October 29th

Australian Supercross


Note: The third Australian Supercross round will take place in a little over a week. Justin Brayton (SX1) and Hayden Mellross (SX2) are currently the two series leaders.

November 5th

Australian Supercross


November 12th

Stuttgart Supercross


Tampere Supercross


Lille Supercross


AUS-X Open


Note: A weekend that is undoubtedly the busiest of the off-season. The Lille supercross will hog headlines, as Justin Barcia and Christian Craig lead a stacked entry list, but the AUS-X Open will also attract attention. Ryan Villopoto will return to racing, but face stiff competition in the form of Chad Reed and Cooper Webb.


Marvin Musquin will appear at a lot of these off-season races.

KTM/Simon Cudby

November 19th

Munich Supercross


December 2nd

Geneva Supercross


Note: Another popular off-season stop; the Geneva supercross boasts an impressive entry list for this year’s event. Justin Barcia, Malcolm Stewart, Justin Brayton, Axell Hodges and Marvin Musquin are the biggest names that’ll be taking to the track.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Image: KTM/Simon Cudby

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