Two giant MX stars go out to Lake Elsinore for a practice session that's nothing short of epic.
Ken Roczen and Marvin Musquin are pretty freakin’ badass. We’re talking former Atlanta Braves pitcher with a short temper and a wicked tongue badass.
So how does this pair of bulletproof tigers train for Lake Elsinore National, the last stop of the outdoor motocross races? By training for a triathlon? Hell, no. By training where wild, uncaged bulletproof tigers would, Lake Elsinore, firing up a gas-powered engine and partying like a giant star.
“I play real motorsports,” said Kenny Roczen. “I’m not trying to be the best at exercising.”
But why practice, one might ask, especially when Eli Tomac has already clinched the 2013 250 Class championship at the penultimate Utah National by virtue of cumulative points earned?
“A true champion, face-to-face with a crap hour, will do whatever it takes,” said Marvin Musquin. “A man fights, then fights some more, because surrender is like death. And death is for wussies.”
That’s right. You’re either in the game or you’re f*cking out.
Viva, Kenny Powers.