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REAL MOTO 2020: FULL BROADCAST | World of X Games

Jun 01, 2021
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rcycle is innovation and freedom, it is a judged event, definitely, a lot of pressure and a lot of stress. This is my chance to show what my whole life is about. I just want to do something different and show that there are other things out there, everything that we are. doing it were life or death situations every time you have to put yourself in those situations of digging deep and fighting and overcoming the pain, you just have to have that wild mentality to ride a bike, welcome everyone to the

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im your host jack matrani six of the best motorcycle enthusiasts team up with the filmer of their choice to put together a 90 second video segment this is the definition of blood, sweat, tears and broken bones and it's all for this Gold Medal of the x

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and now that you know what the real moto is all about let me introduce you to these amazing judges, Jimmy Hill in the house, Jeremy Stemberg aka Twitch and of course Mike Mason let me help you break down the criteria of evaluation.
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We have five. Themes one are creative use of terrain and feature selection, we have technical writing, we have breadth, slash, sheer gnarly, we have the production value of video editing and then of course the overall impression that there really is no no one more qualified than all of you. I raced real motorcycles before and now I can use that experience and judge it, so let's get into it. We have the first woman on a real motorcycle. We have Vicki Golden and her filmer Patrick Evans. I used to run with Vicki when she was a girl. a kid and I'm pretty sure she used to smoke me yeah I think she might still smoke you but I feel like Vicky is like a pioneer for women in our sport excited to have her in real mode what's up guys Vicky Golden?
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I'm 27 years old and a freestyle motocross athlete for Nitro Circus. I grew up riding, you know, pretty much every boy's class because there just wasn't a girls' class to compete in, so that made me a great cyclist and racer. I clarify that I was able to enter supercross arenacross and you know, the Racex games in the women's class, I am literally the underdog against the gnarliest motocross riders in the

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who do gnarly things every day and that excites me more. Make sure I'm one of them. Patrick actually rented me a room when he was probably 19 or 20 years old.
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He was a filmmaker who barely dabbled in riding dirt bikes for as long as he was able to film, ride, and progress in both. those categories have made this project so cool being able to work with him on it vicky's

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time job is definitely riding dirt bikes she's all over the world all the time half the time i don't know where she is he is one of the hardest people to impress on a dirt bike, so if I can impress him with something I'm riding or doing, I know it's good and that's the push I needed, especially when up against the gnarlier guys.
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In the world, a lot of times as a videographer I want to get this angle in the sun and get the light right, but then the motocross rider in me knows that angle isn't going to look as good for the trick when you ride. your bikes all the time you know what angles you want, you know which whip looks best from where and you have to sacrifice a little to the cinematographer in you to understand that the Castillo family has really gone to great lengths for me and I really wanted to choose locations that were really special to me and everyone knows it's one of the most iconic places to ride dirt bikes so we found the McGrath double and they started piling the lip like Vicki was starting to have heart attacks. about that, which was ridiculous, I didn't want to be a part of it, she ended up falling really hard, they laid her on the ground and I was like, well, sunset, we're losing light, you're going to get up and keep doing it, we've got shots to make.
I don't know then, but I ended up fracturing my L5 twice. I didn't know he broke his back, so I kept going through him just to get the shots. The front flip was something that really appealed to me mainly because it's just one of those tricks that I wanted to be able to say I did. I worked a lot in the foam pit. I ended up spinning too much. My thumb grabbed the accelerator and I hooked it and broke it all the way back, so I ended up fracturing five hands in my wrist, so now she has a broken wrist in her back and we still have to do the no-hands front jump, which is the first in the world for a woman.
He set everything up at Cheney Ranch. Another iconic place began. Went to the landing bag for a bit and discovered very quickly that this trick doesn't work with landing bags. Oh, that was bad. She had a broken left wrist at the time and then just broke her right wrist as a clean fracture. My dad became paralyzed while riding a bike and I was only 12 or 13 when this happened and the moment he fell to the ground and someone came up to him, he asked me if my bike was okay, can I continue riding and that's something that has always been stagnant? with me it doesn't matter how much pain I'm in if my bike can be put back together I'm going to go if I'm going to get hurt I'm going to drop the landing bag there is a very small group of people in this action sports industry that are willing to go through that to achieve a goal that they set for themselves is kind of like Travis Pastranas, Danny Ways, the one percent of these people in sports that will do that and Vicki Golden is one of them, I'm not. a give up I see the goal I see you know how much not only I have put in, the people around me have put in and I know I can't let myself down I can't let them down you just have to have that Wild mentality to ride a dirt bike.
I will remember the real motorcycle experience for the rest of my life. Really heavy driving. Vicky did amazing. What's up, guys? Vicky Golden here and this is my real motorcycle edit. People like to say that you can't do something. you won't qualify for a supercross you can't be as good as the guys I'm just using it as motivation you don't know until you try yeah it's not about other people's approval it's actually about trying to achieve something that's important . For you that's why you get up, are you kidding me? two broken wrists forward flip no hands she's gnarly that's gnarlier than I thought her nails it was cool to see she tried to mix everything she's good at in super cross stuff free riding and then at the end with that crazy front flip without hands, he earned that place, he killed it.
Patrick Evans managed to film it and I thought that was a great part. I didn't even put Vicky in a category as a woman, I put her in the category. with all of us because she's such a badass on a bike okay we're going to do a quick commercial break when we get back it's defending gold medalist colby raha filmed by jay schweitzer don't go anywhere welcome back everyone to the world of x. real moto games

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, now it's time to enter our defending champion colby raha and filmmaker jay schweitzer raha probably has the most pressure in this year's real moto just because he won last year, but the guy is bad, he's twisted , it's going big. and he has his own style to him, Jay was one of the first guys I filmed with and he helped me get into the scene with all the pipes and stuff, so I think it'll be a good edit, let's see if he can defend this. gold medal colby jay schweitzer's movie raja winning last year and coming back is really no different just trying to do what I think is the best I can do this year I tore my labrum rotator cuff in my shoulder the whole thing and it I didn't film for two months, so I filled everything in the last month again, time to skip some things.
I did it all, I did a couple of risky things right at the end and I did it. I wanted to improve my game. I know the competition is gnarly, so I hired Jay to go out with the helicopter he prepared for Manny's Yard. Jay filmed all the On The Pipe movies, the Moto Triple X movies back in the day, the guy's been killing it for like 20 years. It's nice to have someone so professional come and just kill it and even like to bring ideas and things to the table that I couldn't on my own this time, I thought, instead of just filming it with a tripod like I did 15 years ago, I thought, Let's take this to the next level, so I called Eric Everly, who is my good friend at Tet Media, and I rented the shot from those guys and it's pretty much the best camera system and tool for any filming job.
We got amazing shots from that jump. You can really see how big it is and how fast and gnarly it is. I don't even know if anyone ever took him out of the dirt jumps before, after we took them out we basically moved straight to the distance ramp where we could see. how far he could go, he did it, I mean raha, he's a beast, he just crushed everything, I think it's cool because you see it in the old movies and I feel happy that I can be the guy who can take the garden back. thanks manny, one of the gnarliest things I did probably in the whole project was jump on the train, you don't know if you'll make it or make it or what and it's completely incomplete.
I had to build a ramp and we had to get it out there, me and some friends in the middle of the night and set everything up and then as soon as the train showed up, I was able to open second gear, push this thing and barely grease it. I wanted to get a clip at the convention center and the way we had to do it was super strategic. Tyson and a couple of friends, my brother had to put a ramp in the back of his truck and I texted him from the street. I'm traveling, you guys keep going, so when I stopped, they took the ramp and took it up the stairs.
Come in, you'll have like 10 or 15 minutes of making noise before the neighbors and people around you see, yeah, it's a little different, the logistics. Setting up a photo shoot in the dunes is probably the most difficult thing you will ever encounter when photographing motocross. The St. Anthony Sand Dunes are a place that hasn't really been included on the map, but the backdrop is huge mountain views of the Grand Tetons with parkland. fields I had never seen such a beautiful sand dune backdrop before we arrived a couple of hours ago, it's like 8am. m. and there's supposed to be some massive jumps here, so we'll go see what happens with everything that's going to happen.
It'll probably take us a couple of tests, one or two tries to nail down the time, the wind is dead right now buddy, we're ready, let's do this jay is crazy, it's like hanging from the helicopter standing on the railing doing 80 like it's pretty gnarly , but he got shot at and crushed, something Raja always wanted to do was polish the rail, however, he was able to get on that thing and basically like the skid plate on the dirt bike slid off, it was pretty stressful, no it's like there's a foam pit there's no air pocket it's just straight concrete at the bottom so if you stacked it you're bound to break something.
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y committed and went in with like seven and a half and eight feet of rail and completely polished it and got out safely. Dirt bikes can polish handrails now so go ahead and try it thanks to Jay for hanging up the chopper and lining up all these big buds working with Raha. He just lit that flame again and now I'm like. As excited as he was in 1997 to get back out there and shoot and I owe it all to raha. I am colby raha and this is my true motto.
I am what I am and that's all. I am what I am. and that's all I am. I wake up around 11 in the morning following the rules. It's so boring. I'm also eating Captain Crunch for lunch. I got problems, yeah man I got a lot like late at night. fistfights have pipes and dirt bikes even though I love them all that's why they label me an outlaw but I still keep it raw you don't have to respect me you can love me or hate me but I'm not going to change and you won't. I'm not going to become the lyrical privilege, full plan, live life on the edge, out of control, self-acclaim and I am what I am, what I am, what I am, that's why Colby Raja is the defending gold medalist, It didn't disappoint, what did you guys do?
I think pure gnarly that's its category right there, like three quarters of it for me is just pretty wild and daring jumps. I wouldn't want to hit most of them. I love all the elements it contains. It's not just a one-dimensional video, you know? it was the street going up to its railing all those things that had dunes there, I mean, it's doing natural train hopping, I mean, you can go on and on about the guy, but I love the diversity of his editing, you know, you're not just looking. one thing over and over again you will be able to win back your gold medal we still have four more parts left don't go anywhere when we get back son josh hill and mike wood welcome everyone to world of x games real moto 2020 that's right Now it's time to move on to the next part with Josh Hill and Mike Wood.
What's happening? I'm Josh Hill and I love riding motorcycles more than anyone. You know, I was practically born on the dirt bike track. My father rode BMX and raced locally. Intermediate pro stuff here on dirt bikes and my earliest memories are watching my dad ride. Not reallyI remember nothing before I wouldn't let him ride a motorcycle until he could pedal a bike without training wheels and that happened around two o'clock. and a half two and three quarters when he was seven he broke his leg and we had to put him in the hospital for almost a month and in that month I spoke to his dad and told him that he would never be in a nights when he screams and screams because he can't stand the pain.
At the end of the month I went and asked him. I said, Josh, are you going to ride bikes, he says, yeah, up, that's what I am, so we went from there the next year, he wins in a lot of world championships and we thought, wow, we're on to something, no. We can't try this, we have to try this and see where. He says we were having fun as a family. Josh loved it more than anything. I mean, he didn't want to do anything but hang out with his dad and ride dirt bikes. Next thing you know, he was the youngest guy to win a supercross championship.
It's like I mean, for me it's probably like the pinnacle of all motorsports for me, but this is like if he could win this, it would just be one of those personal things. This is my passion. This is the reason. I wake up every day just riding my motorcycle. Everything I do I developed because of Josh, my racing style and you know, how I do things. I have learned a lot from him over the years thanks to my parents' hard work and dedication. and my grandfather, I mean, my grandfather is the backbone of this family. We were able to do this.
My mom homeschooled me. My dad started taking me everywhere and it was something they knew he really wanted to do and they went out of their way to help me. look at my goals for 2010. I wanted to do x speed and style games and I was convinced I could do a backflip in the foam pit two days, one day with nate adams, one day with robbie madison and I was feeling good and decided go to land and The first time I turned it, it was great the second time, I don't know what I did, I backed away, it didn't feel right and for some reason I jumped, I didn't think about the consequences, I overshot the landing and ended up breaking. really bad femur, uh, breaking my pelvis, funny dolls, the worst was due to complications from all these surgeries.
I ended up having compartment syndrome in the opposite leg, I mean, I still haven't regained feeling in my foot, I figured. I figured out how to adapt to riding a motorcycle, I mean it's harder for me to walk on uneven surfaces than it is to ride a dirt bike. I never would have thought that kid could have a podium after that. I never thought that would happen. It happens and now I look at it and it's like anything is possible. I don't know what to tell you, he's just a tough motocrosser since the first time I saw a real bike.
I always hoped that maybe one day they would invite me. It seemed like something I would really like to do. I feel like there's more pressure just because Josh is the next level on a dirt bike. I don't know anyone better than him. The guy is tough and he has balls. I know it. Mike Wood for a long time, he has a bit of a different take than most of the motorcycle filmers I've worked with, he's got a bit more creativity and he's laid back, he's easy to work with and I knew there would be a lot of juggling, there are a lot of moving parts when trying to ramp up supercross when trying to film this and I needed someone who would just be a friend and understand what's going on and be patient when I'm looking for locations to film.
It makes my life much easier. I can look directly at satellite images and if they alert me to a location I can see exactly what it is. A lot of the places I go I don't really have time to set up put a bunch of gear and it could be a shot, you gotta get in, get out, I can edit right then and there and hit slow motion and see exactly where it's going, yeah , I have the photo, whether you are a professional. filmer or just someone who is there, you will always get the shot and it will be clear that it is very important for me to be able to share these memories with my family seeing their actions in real time.
Amazing and I can do it instantly from anywhere in the world. We had a couple hits in the tank, some things where it got pretty big and we felt good. Next thing you know supercross is coming back from Covid and Josh is training at the mx club but he ended up, you know, changing tanks in the whoops and fell pretty hard and ended up dislocating his hip. The doctor told me it would take me six weeks to walk. The pain is temporary. The guy is devastated, but. He just gets up and does it again, but he was limping quite a bit when I got here and I was like, I don't know, Josh, let's at least think about building some smaller things, at least you know things that have a little less. consequence and he's like starting to grow that guy is mentally strong like he just gets over it he's a savage obviously I'm proud of everything else with the supercross wins and all the things he does amazes me he's so It's great to see, I had a great time, there are so many things to be proud of with my boys, Josh and Justin, where does it stop?
This is my chance to show in 90 seconds what my whole life is about, why I ride dirt bikes, what I love. And just for my style, I want to say that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. I wasn't going to let a little injury stop me from doing what I wanted to do. I'm Josh Hill and this is my true motto. Well, foreign, super twisted, super creative, what did you guys think of that part? I never would have thought I'd watch Hill Flip again, so yeah, it was definitely great to watch, yeah, it's got to be like the ultimate mental battle that I feel like I'm out of.
The parts we've seen so far had more diversity throughout the driving and tricks which will make it quite difficult to judge. Well, we're halfway through the parts when we get back from our break. Cory Creed and Alan Hardy Welcome everyone to World of ? credo part time freestyle motocross rider part time stuntman the real bike is innovation and freedom, whatever you have in your brain, you have the opportunity to create it and show the world how your brain works, basically, I want everyone to do it do. watch this and find a reason to watch it again i want to surprise people i want to confuse people and i want to excite them and i think that's what we did here when they asked me to make a real x games moto in The Time I Didn't Think That I had bitten off too much, so I could chew, but I definitely did.
We knew he was ambitious. We knew that in no world would all this ridiculous stuff fit into 90 seconds, but we did it anyway. I have to be sure, man, just taking every measure, every bit of experience, every bit of technology, from action movies to commercials to Hollywood movies, it's all in this 90-second clip, every trick in this segment, I I was looking forward to it at the time and when I saw it on paper, I was very excited, but probably 10 minutes before each one I always asked myself: what have you gotten into with homeless friends in my county?
I'll catch him, I'll take him on two wheels too, huh. alan hardy was an easy choice to be my real moto filmer in 2020. i knew that anything i could imagine, allen would take it to a whole different level and just make it look sick and put his filmmaker touch on it, he's easy to target a camera to your partner it's easy to watch some guys race on a motocross track but we're not filming we're creating we're producing we're directing we're bringing to life a vision that includes 30 40 50 people and their specialties and that's not easy, but that It's what makes it so rewarding, that's why we love making it so complete.
By the time we were on our last day of filming, it was alley-oop, so we did several airbag jumps. and then you know Alan said, "Okay, come on, we've got to do it, you know we've got to film this, we need it done now, so it was a matter of pushing a ramp and going to land." you don't ride quarter pipe for fun, you ride that ramp to prepare for competitions, you go on the hunt to try to win a medal, the first attempt goes so high and hits the ground so hard, well yeah, the arm is well yeah I'm fine cory is the gift that keeps on giving we thought well that's out of the way home free now guys apparently not everything I put on paper seemed achievable but when it went wrong and I thought I was going to die, the team of specialists did their tests. six or seven people throughout the shoot or with fire extinguishers it should have gone pretty well it was like a burn all over my body that I consumed in the fire I thought it was like my life had ended it was such a surreal feeling hearing the commotion and seeing it from a distance we're going to need some warm clothes to put on him just be careful with your hands bro I have more blankets I probably thought we were done like I had no intention of ever filming that again everything that was there to keep Corey safe he kept safe is something that scares the hell out of you emotional rollercoaster those are the two words for this project get on the bike you know my nerves were through the roof but you know that's why we do this this is a real driving force in my segment se distinguishes because first we have welding, fire burns, Lake Skins cars driven on two wheels and every little idea I had in my brain was shoved into this little segment, so he's wild, he's out of control, he's sick.
I'm excited about this and with any luck, Cory will never put us through this again. I'll definitely use some lives on that one. I'm happy to make it out alive and make it to the end to present to you my remote part of x Games. 2020. The action hero that nobody wanted, Corey Creed, stars in the most ridiculous movie of the year, from the city to the wild west. It won't make sense, but we don't care because the stunts are so cool there are motocross jumps. dangerous stunts real explosions and burning flesh oh and of course girls a little different what did you think?
They are laughing all the time watching me drive a car sideways. I agree with that, but I didn't actually do it. I didn't really do it for me, I just feel like the few crazy things he did in that video were masked behind too much production and you didn't really even understand that he just did a trick that only one other guy has done in the entire world. We're not reducing the production value or the creativity or anything like that, but we have a criteria that we have to stick to and it's a little difficult to judge when there wasn't much written in it, there were only two parts missing when we come back, it's the Australian daredevil jacko jackson strong and his filmer ben heydrich, welcome back to world of so we'll see what he does in this one, what can you tell me about Jacko and Ben Jaco?
I think he is one of the most devious guys in this competition and he always has something to prove. Kiss Filmer is going to be more on the film side, hope to see some creativity behind the lens, let's get right into it jackson strong and ben heydrich, good day my name is jackson strong okay australian freestyle motocross, What I like most now about editing is the energy and enthusiasm it brings. I feel like he has old school vibes and also new school vibes. Hey, we're here and we're doing some cool things. I have been working with Jackson Strong for several years.
We have a film company called Headstrong Films. Our team consists of Lachlan Russell Jackson Strong and new team member Raj Jordan and myself this year for Real Moto. We put so much effort into it that we went out of our way to build a whole new fmx course to really show what can be done in dirt jumping we have planes here we shoot a fire cannon we just had a lot of fun I think the vibe of this edition is great it has to be jacko has to be flames it has to be in your face and it has to be a world first the concept we imagined with this edition was the end of the world, the beginning of a new era that will bring freestyle motocross back from the dead in our real engine, we really just wanted to show that fmx is still alive in At first we had a Tombstone Rip FMX jump on it and then we just performed some of the biggest jumps of all time and really big tricks, so excited that we tried really hard .
What we have here, you'll see a couple of tubes. running down the ditch what are these going to do we have a pressure chamber at the top it's going to put high pressure air we're going to put a bunch of dirt at the end of them if everything goes on time we'll release the air from the chamber and It will simply shoot a bunch of dirt into the air as if it were coming out of the ground. with jackson there was so much synchronization that had to happen in this take there were so many things that had to be done at the exact moment for it toworked out the way it did, the stars aligned and we got the opportunity working with jacko is a bit of an eye-opener, he is always very ambitious, he really pushes things to the limit of what is possible for him and us without filming for the real bike 2020, the risk was off the charts, everything we were doing was like it was life or death situations every time and I'm glad we had a good team that was able to execute everything perfectly and make sure we stayed on track correct to be able to do my job safely, the fire scene was really cool, I think it's probably the most work-intensive of the entire shoot, there's a lot of setup for the fire cannon and making sure everything is ready correctly, making sure the entire crew has their designated job so much coordination was required on every take that everything had to be timed perfectly and everyone on the entire crew had to do their job perfectly to get it right the night everything ran like clockwork , we got the shots we needed to do and they all came out safe and sound, not only are we showing creativity through a film, but it's also true to the musical side.
I'm a big fan of music and I think it's very important, especially when it's a video. In a part like that we wanted to create something ourselves that we could sink our teeth into, so we got into the studio with Raj and created our own song, we made all the sounds ourselves, we even went out to the warehouse and used different tools and things to make scraping and banging noises and clanking noises on the roll up door just to add to this and make it really industrial and a bit earthy at the same time, we really wanted to bring an Australian element into the mix so I got my indigenous friend Dane Simpson to put in a didgeridoo and it turned out perfect, perfectly tailored for this project and that's the icing on the cake, no matter how good the movie is, you have to have something that's like a world first on land. bike that no one had ever seen before so Jaco had the idea to do two of the biggest tricks in the world on dirt to dirt jumps and you know pulling it off is just incredible and it's a real credit to Jaco that he was able to do it.
He did this by not having ramps on the entire project and it was really a big battle for me to do the first double turn. It was crazy, the lip changes so much and, you know, a little bit of the clay lip can fall off and then you've done twice as much dirt and today is just two highlights of your race. I mean, that's something I always wanted to do and this time at Real Moto 2020 we achieved it. I think I love aviation almost as much as dirt bikes. It would be pretty close, they're a little hidden in the hand these days and the more I fly and ride the bike the more I think about how I can integrate those two and make something cool.
I have aj, my friend who flies. his s1 holes he's going to fly underneath between the big dirt jumps and I'm going to smash him over the top and do something nasty, it might be a split second for you, but for us this is hours, weeks of work to make this happen, so I appreciate it, Jackson had Aj be on the other end of the play and talk to Lockheed trying to get the count and when to turn around and bomb the middle of his jump, such a risky moment for Jacko, okay everyone we are ready to start.
Oh boy that's so good, cheers everyone. I have been working with Benny and Lockheed for about 10 years and between us I think we are a magical team. We do the work. I know they give me the space I need. go through the pressure and do what I have to do, but in the back of my head I know they're going to get the shot, so we're covered. I am Jackson strong and this is my true motto. Oh well, that part was. Fire, ladies and gentlemen, Jackson Strong, the quality of the movie was ridiculous from day to night with the explosion, probably one of the best shots of Real Moto 2020 was the Cordova Flip going through the flames like it was blowing things up so that would happen. and he knows they hit the perfect shot, everything was perfect, this is the final part coming after the break, cody webb and dominic russo and we're also going to find out who's going home with x games gold, don't go anywhere.
Welcome back to world of x games real moto 2020 before we check out the results and see who takes this home. It's the final part Cody Webb and Dominic Russo I'm Cody Webb, I'm 32 years old, I'm originally from Watsonville, California and I'm a professional. The enduro racer grew up as a test rider, that's what my dad did forever, so naturally, that's what I got into and it's all about balance and technicality when we were younger, every Sunday we would drive up this place we called the cody crest riders and my dad would go out and go ride my dad would tell him where to ride he would make my brother ride anything because he knew my brother was capable of doing it a lot of families go to church on Sundays and our church I was always going for a ride together riding a bike two without training wheels motorcycle three I feel like I have better balance on two wheels and my own feet at this point grabbed it like a water duck little league dad kicked me I started to push it hey try it this try I think you can do it boy it's like a great moment where he would do things and I'd be like wow I did great let's do the next thing.
To me, real motorcycling is just going out and trying to do something that no one would expect to be normal on a dirt bike. Motorcycling isn't just freestyle, you have motocross, supercross and off-road racing. Cody Webb is America's best off-roader, period. I won the cross drill championship three times now that the super enduro world championship is over. I got on the podium twice at Herzberg, which is probably the biggest extreme off-road race in the world. Anyone who rides a motorcycle can appreciate someone's purely technical skill and that's what we were really able to show and that was our goal in the first part of our session.
We started in Lake Isabella, California and I wanted to find a place where I could go from rock to rock without even touching the ground that would really set the tone like we're on to something here, we're really going to do something. Unique and honestly it was a game, for a second location we got to camp at 8,400 feet in the middle of redwoods, that's basically the reason I ride in the first place and I want to incorporate that into the actual moto edit, this place It has everything you need. You could want someone like Cody Webb, huge rocks, mountains, trees, tight trails, fast trails, he's got his engineering degree so he's super calculated, very balanced and knows exactly how to put the bike to work.
We made some really cool open meadow shots and 20 feet. Along the trail I saw this little rock that to me looked like a ramp and there was a tree there and I thought we can basically hit the rock like a kicker and make a typical Cody tree block, he just takes it out like it was nothing and it was really a great shot and something very unique for its segment. The intention of our edition is basically to make people open their eyes a little more and discover that there are a lot of natural features and ways to get out and have fun on your dirt bike, like you don't have to build all these big jumps to do cool things , like you can find something right on the side of the road and you know, I really hope we make it I'm Cody Webb and this is my version of a real motorcycle.
It's enough. I'm definitely a big fan of that part. No ramps, no tractors, no shovel. I even think all of us can relate to that basic driving. where it's just about you and the bike and trying to be creative with the terrain you have, okay guys we've seen all the parts, why don't we review and use the evaluation criteria as our chart. We'll talk about the best and worst of each part, starting with Corey Creed, it was by far the best production. I think it looked like something you'd see in Hollywood. We have to judge by what he did on a motorcycle and I think we only had like three to four clips in 90 seconds, so that made it difficult for us.
What about Vicki Golden? She was by far one of the most twisted. No one else is doing front handsprings after three crashes from two broken wrists and a broken back, but. It just wasn't in my top three just because of lack of creativity. The only thing that also stood out that I didn't see in many videos were the fmx tricks on freeride jumps. She was also making them with some flair, so that was one. Of the highlights, I think she was a little bit outside of my top three for the first time, the first female athlete at Rio Moto.
I think she was an amazing part. What's up with Josh Hill? When I got all the segments, I watched them all once and then sit back and think, what did I see right away? Josh was one of the first that came to mind. He checked almost every box on every issue by the time I finished watching his. I really wanted to ride what about jackson strong, where did he check the boxes on his guys when judging the breadth of the criteria and the sheer gnarly was there jumping all the things with all the big fire in the background jumping off the ground double flips to back just everything he did was twisted?
I didn't do a lot of free rides and stuff, so that's the only downside. Let's talk about Cody Webb. I feel like Webb did a lot of twisted things in the part of him. The breadth just wasn't there for me. What's up with Colby? A couple of years ago, when we judged Colby, his role was incredible, but one of the strong points was how he put together Jay. I mean, Jay's been in the sport for almost 20 years, you know, and he knows what he's looking for. Well done to find. his weak points and turn it into a strong point the things he did grinding the rails you usually just see that on the bmx bike you don't see a dirt bike grinding the rails that was great when it comes to picking a winner for this contest .
I have to attend to the judging criteria, I mean, if you have to be picky, it's very difficult to be in my top three, you know, because we have to separate them somehow, okay friends, this is it, the judges leave to separate. I'm going to put in your final numbers and we're just a few minutes away from finding out who's going to go home with the gold medal for x games Real Moto Creative use of terrain. The three best guys for me are very close and any of them could win. okay, my numbers are up, it's up to the other two judges now, thank you judges, the numbers are up.
I have the top three for real moto 2020. The bronze medal goes to jackson strong and ben heydrich. Yes, congratulations on your silver medal. Real Moto 2020 can. You guess it guys, Josh Hill and Mike Wood, oh man, that's right, congratulations guys, which means the gold medal at Real Moto 2020 will go to Colby Raha and Jade Schweitzer. Yeah guys, normally we would go surprise me in person, but since it's quarantine. We're Facetiming the winner, dude, what's up Colby? I just want to congratulate you for winning Real Moto 2020 buddy, thank you all, thank you, that part was crazy, like you hit a handrail on a motorcycle, buddy, thank you so much to all of you and So yeah, thanks to Jay, my filmer, and for doing all the crazy helicopter shots and doing a great job one last time.
Congratulations, Colby. Much respect to all the drivers who competed this year, to the legendary panel of judges, to everyone at home. who saw that is real moto 2020 see you next time peace thank you

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