Swizcorner: Nations Collide

I want to divide this column into two statements I fully believe that may serve as a sort of common ground amongst both perspectives of this “event”. First of all, Marvin Musquin has a ser…

Swizcorner: Fade to Black

*Take note, I am pissed off and am not censoring my eff bombs in this piece.* As we have seen in the past though, these Olympic-intended penalties that WADA hands out in our sport are the biggest atro…

Swizcorner: Midwest is best

This is no Matthes campaign to try and get everyone to say that Millville is the best National track instead of the true, time-tested answer of Red Bud. Sorry, it’s just not. The midwest has the…

Swizcorner: Resurgence

Welcome back baby! Daytona 2018 was a welcome warm breeze of not necessarily the golden years of the “outdoor Supercross” but certainly a big step toward that glorious reputation. RC has r…

Swizcorner: Savage as NFG

It’s no secret that there’s bad blood between Pro Circuit Kawasaki and Zach Osborne. Over the course of the 2017 Eastern Regional 250 Series, Zach had altercations with not Only Joey Savat…

Swizcorner: TAMPA SXESS

Feld put a big push into another run at the series visiting the great state of Florida. Will it stick? Florida has always been a weird state for the Supercross series. It’s the goto state for se…

Swizcorner: Circa Survive

Just when you thought the crazy 2018 Supercross series couldn’t get any crazier, the 250 East Regional Series happens! I feel like a broken record at times, especially during this year where the…

Swizcorner: Crown of Shame

Saddling greatness with mediocrity. We heard the changes that were on the horizon for the 2018 Supercross series a few short months ago. There were (and are) those who are of course wary of change and…


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