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MX TOPICS THAT DON’T DIE

BIO:

Scott Bishop is the most experienced dirtbike test dummy in Australia and perhaps the world. He’s tested everything that’s won, lost, blown up, blew smoke, holeshot or high-sided since DIRT ACTION began. These days Scott runs the GYTR Yamaha Yamalube race team in the MXD class and spends his time building bikes and riders.

IS JAMES STEWART FINISHED?

Yes! As a professional racer with any legitimate chance of winning anything than a club day in his own backyard in Florida, his days as a pro racer are done. That doesn’t mean he might not ride again and he probably still does in the privacy

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