Regardless of the time of year, there is always someone who needs a gift. Well, they don’t need it, but custom dictates they get one anyway! So, it might not be Christmas, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t on the lookout for the perfect present. Finding a great gift is never easy, but it is a lot more straightforward if the person is a sports-lover. There are numerous ideas which any enthusiast will love, and you can heighten the gift by going big. What’s that? The person in your life is a lover of all things sport? Great news, because below is a handful of big gift ideas which will hit the spot. Seriously, a true sporting fan won’t be able to hide their excitement with the following.
A Ticket To NASCAR
Just because they like sports doesn’t mean they want to don a helmet and hit the field. The majority of fans nowadays are armchair supporters. If you don’t understand the term, congrats; you’re a true fan. Normally, fans prefer to sit down and watch an event rather than take part personally. Still, while sitting in their favorite armchair with a beer and nachos is a good way to spend a Sunday, it is nothing like being at the venue. When they are in the stands, they will be able to hear and feel the roar of the engines as the cars fly past. Anyway, every NASCAR venue has beer and food available, so it’s the best of both worlds. At the moment, the cars are on a hiatus until Bojangles’ Southern 500 on September 3rd.
When people think of sports, they usually think of going out into the great outdoors and having fun with their friends in a giant field. For instance, football is a fantastic physical sport but you’re going to need a lot of people to play with you and a huge field with goal posts and everything. Tennis is great too, but you won’t be able to play without a net. Golf is another excellent sport, but you won’t be able to play it unless you make regular trips to a course and have expensive gear. This is why we usually make sports a group outing so that we can go to a field or a park to play. However, what about playing sports at home? Is it as lame or boring as people make it out to be?
So you want to know all the bling that went into building a super cross motorcycle for the AMA Motocross Championship? Many riders keep their OEM motorcycle parts and accessories a secret. Most riders stay true to their sponsors and use only their approved parts. Well here is a short list complied by BikeBandit.com for your viewing on what parts many of the riders are using. Use this list to pimp out your bike and match what the pros are using.
The AMA Motocross Championship begins in mid May and continues until late August in the United States. This year the AMA Motocross Championship is sponsored by Lucas Oil and is named the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. The championship consists of twelve rounds at twelve major tracks all over the continental United States. Tracks are located through the US starting in Sacramento CA on May 21 st and ending in Crawfordsville IN on August 27th.
When I was a kid, all monster trucks looked like Bigfoot. It was an awesome truck (I even owned a little Hot Wheels Bigfoot as a kid), but there was a huge need for something new.
Grave Digger’s redesign back in the mid-80’s was revolutionary. Its concept started the current trend of outrageous monster truck designs. Trucks like Bigfoot will always be in demand, but Grave Digger proved that you can have an outside-of-the-box design and still be competitive.
We compiled a list of the ten coolest monster trucks currently on the ‘Monster Jam’ circuit. We think you’ll enjoy all the outrageous and odd designs that are currently attempting to crush every car in its way.
If you’re not a Supercross fan, what are you waiting for? Some of the world’s best riders face-off on a dirt track…in a stadium. There are big jumps, tight corners and neck-and-neck battles for position. They basically compacted the best parts of Motocross that gives spectators the best view possible.
It took me awhile to really become a Supercross fan. Television doesn’t quite capture the experience. I went to an event at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with some friends…and after that, I was hooked. I’ve been to a few other events since and actively search for it on television.
Can Davi Millsaps repeat this year and take home another Monster Energy Cup?