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Championship Motocross - Feature

Championship Motocross

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  • For fans of Sports
  • Release Date(s): Apr 14, 2010
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The sound of your tires ripping through the mud and the buzz of your Kawasaki's 250cc engine drive you forward spiritually as much as the power of the bike itself moves you physically. You powerslide through a tight leftward bank and catch sight of your competitors racing each other for second place behind your all-too-certain first. There's one last jump and then the finish line. With a... Read Review

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