Supercross Life – S2E3 – The Privateers #AUSXOPEN


In this episode of Supercross Life, privateer journeymen Jackson Richardson and Jesse Dobson outline the struggles of a self-funded effort, along with experiencing the inevitable ups and downs that come with competing at the highest level of Supercross and events like the AUS-X Open Melbourne November 30.

A highly touted amateur, Dobson has been on the cusp of securing factory support for the last few years, however, just hasn’t quite demonstrated the consistent results required for factory support. For Richardson, the Far North Queensland native is a two time Australian Supercross Champion in the SX2 class, however a lack of rides available led the likeable character to put together his own deal for supercross.

Both athletes demonstrate the gladiator traits required to be one of the best supercross riders in the country and take fans on board as they embark on their 2019 assault on Marvel Stadium in Melbourne.

Don’t miss the best international lineup ever in Australian history with two-time World Champion Chad Reed, 2018 World Champion Jason Anderson, World number 8 Joey Savatgy as well as defending three-time Australian Supercross Champion and World number 10 Justin Brayton all lining up to chase the coveted AUS-X Open Crown.

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