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Supercross Races In Las Vegas
For motorcycle racing fans, the idea of watching Supercross races in Las Vegas is something that almost all fans get excited about. In fact, many have already been watching with eager anticipation as the tour makes its way across the circuit, having started off in Anaheim, California in January. Plans are to go as far away as Arlington, VA and Atlanta, GA.
Motorcycle racing truly evolved as soon as the first few bikes became available to consumers within the United States. This was a market that Indian motorcycles primarily dominated until World War I, producing a staggering 20,000 bikes a year. However, manufacturers such as Harley-Davidson and DKW eventually took over during the 1920s and 1930s.
After the end of World War II, manufacturers such as BSA Group, Moto Guzzi and German-run NSU took the title for being the largest manufacturers up until the late 1950s. Following this, the two-stroke bikes became widely popular between the 1960s and 1990s, which many claim is partially due to Walter Kaaden's 1950's design.
Eventually, Japanese manufacturers took over the the vast majority of the motorcycle industry, with well-known brands that continue to flourish well into today's industry. Such brand names includes Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki, all of which are the most popular choices for street and off-road motorcycles.
In addition to the Japanese bikes, German, American, Austrian, Italian and English-made ones still manage to hold their own. Best-known brands include Harley-Davidson, BMW, Ducati, Triumph, KTM and Piaggo. They too have continued to grow in popularity, especially where street racing and bikes are concerned, which remains greatly popular in Europe, the United States and Great Britain.
While the road motorcycles are certainly well-loved amongst most bike enthusiasts within the United States, many find off-road bikes to be in a class of their own, more so when it comes to racing. This kind of racing is quite similar to the original form of bike racing that first occurred in the not-so-long-ago past, back when races took place on dirt instead of today's asphalt circuits.
The original circuits were considered to be more flat in nature, as some still are today, although races such as Supercross feature tracks that are slightly more extreme versions and man-made. This has helped to put a more appealing spin on bike racing as far back as the 1970s. In fact, Supercross is widely considered to be the second most popular form of professional racing, short of NASCAR, and was even previously coined to be the "Super Bowl of Motocross".
The AMA Supercross Championship begins in late December and continues until mid-May. It features several rounds that fall into different classes throughout the entire circuit, followed by the World Championship Finals.
While many consider the 2011 season to have been one of the best to date, most are considering it to be a primer for the 2012 season, with many looking forward to the final Supercross races in Las Vegas. The races will be concluded at Sam Boyd Stadium on May 5th, although many people suggest that individuals who are planning to buy tickets to do as early as possible, since this is popular event and the best seats are expected to sell out quickly.
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