'The Moto' showcases gritty rider Eli Tomac as he seeks to silence questions about his physical fitness and mental toughness en route to an Outdoors Championship.
#29 captured his first career 450 class win at the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season in Seattle. But it wasn't without its ups and downs. Team manager Larry Brooks breaks it down.
'The Moto' goes off the track and into the life of Davi Millsaps, one of the impressive riders today. Life isn't all rainbows for Millsaps, his journey through injuries and to the top of the mountain is a treacherous one.
Take a look at Dean Wilson's race preparation and how it helps the Pro Circuit Team sweep the podium.
Ryan Dungey has finished in the top 3 in every moto but Chad Reed and Ryan Villopoto are making it a tougher race. In the meantime his teammate Brett Metcalfe struggled for the first half of the season at first overlooked but striving to succeed.
Trey Canard looks to bring Team Honda back to glory, fighting through injuries, the support of his sponsors and team bring him back to racing.
The Moto is underway but even in the midst of the competition Josh Lichtle's not forgotten.
Roger Decoster, 5 time world championship winner, left the Honda & Suzkui team to lead the KTM team to victory but shortly after Mike Alessi was injured and out for the rest of the season.
Tyla Rattray battles the heat and Blake Baggett at Budds Creek. Rattray also lobbies Pro Circuit for a new mechanic.
Mike Allessi's family rallys behind him during his contract year.
Ryan Villopoto trains with Aldon Baker for the upcoming season.
The 450 outdoors motocross season gets under way in Sacramento, California and it's anyone's guess who will turn out the winner this year.
FUEL TV Download takes a snek peak at the new season of The Moto: Inside The Outdoors.
Christopher Pourcel made a mistake and gave Trey Conard the opportunity he needed to climb over him and reach the top.
Trey Canards retun to the moto started off slow and he flew under the radar but Christophe Pourcel on the other hand leads every lap and wins both motos.
In this sport your only as good as your last race, something Trey Canrad is learning the hard way.
You're only as good as your last race in this vicious sport. Meet the 250 class and judge for yourself if any of them have what it takes to measure up to the challenge.
Chad Reed and Ivin Tedesco battle it out for the lead to be the 450 class champion and Jake Weimer and Brett Metcalfe go head to head for the 250 class championship in flash flood warning conditions.
Mike Alessi races again for the first time since his injury, only to be brought back down.
Mike Alessi gets back on the bike to train.
The Moto takes a look at Andrew Short.
Mike Alessi starts his physical therapy for his knee.
Trey Canard goes through surgery for his wrist. Meanwhile Mike Alessi tries to recover in as little time as possible.
Trey Canard takes the lead at the Highpoint Raceway, but takes a fall and injures himself.
Pourcel rises from the ashes to take on Ryan Dungey.
Mike's training takes him to number one.
Mike Alessi prepares to deffend his title at the Freestone Raceway in Texas.
There's no "Right Way" to train. Check out how some of the top pros gear up for their big races.
Ryan Dungey and Morgan Pressel talk strategy and compete head on head in the 250 class. See who comes out in the series lead.
Mike Alessi is put to the test when he stalls on the track at Hangtown. Will this stop his win or will be rise above and succeed? Find out.
The Alessi's and the Wharton's attend the Hangtown Motocross Classic and we find out if their hard work and sacrifice will bear the intended fruit.
The Alessi⧳ & the Wharton⧳ have two completely different approaches to winning. One father guides with an iron fist while the other mentors with a loving embrace but at the end of the day both families common bond is the drive & passion to succeed.
Blake Wharton tears up the Oak Hill Raceway in Decatur, TX and Mike Alessi practices on his private track in Victorville, CA. Don't miss all the action in this HD clip.
See what it takes to become the best motocross champion and hold your own in the competitions. Being the best on the dirt course takes all that a rider has got.