Ronnie Renner, Jeremy McGrath, Jeremy Stenberg and other FMX, Motocross, and Supercross standouts gather for the 2nd annual Road 2 Recovery charity golf tournament. These pros redirect their skill sets on the greens, sending it to for a great cause—to help raise money for friends and fellow riders who've suffered career ending and life threatening injuries. Renner stacks his team, the Bros N Bros, this year with hopes of taking the title. After a day filled with golf cart donuts, mulligans, and the birdie high five, his "hard work" finally pay off! And yes, he celebrates the sweet victory.
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The King of Supercross has still got it
The King of Supercross can see the future
When you're the King of Supercross, you need a castle to match.
Jeremy McGrath won seven supercross titles and it looks like he saved his money wisely. McGrath let Monster Energy into his 10,000 square-foot, six bedroom, seven bathroom mansion in Encinitas, California. The house has a wing dedicated to all of McGrath's trophies stretching back all the way to his BMX days and a garage that houses some of his most memorable motorcycles. But don't be fooled. Even though has a fancy refrigerator with custom engraving on the doors. Inside of that fridge are Jell-O shots. Lots of Jell-O shots.
The King of Supercross can still fly. Jeremy McGrath linked up with the Dirt Shark crew to rip some laps around Pala Raceway. McGrath was joined by fellow motocross riders Josh Hansen, Tyler Bereman, and Axell Hodges. Riding around with all those up-and-comers, McGrath had to take a crack at the 165-foot jump at Pala. The jump brought back memories for McGrath of his days launching off sand dunes. And even though he bounced around on his first attempt, McGrath figured out the jump quickly and landed a clean one.
It's just like riding a bike.
In the latest episode of "On Pace," Travis Pastrana gets out of the NASCAR ride and hops back on to his motocross bike for a DC Shoes photoshoot. Pastrana is joined by fellow DC riders Robbie Maddison, Nate Adams, Adam Cianciarulo, and Jeremy McGrath. Even though his injured right ankle is still not 100%, Pastrana still flies around the track. And since nothing caps off a day of motocross riding like firing guns, Pastrana and the crew spend the night pulling the trigger of some assault weapons.