The latest report from the cyber world of lately is the iOS launch of the popular game, “Mad Skills Motocross”, available from the Apple iStore. The game was launched worldwide on January 10 and has garnered some positive feedback through Apple and is being featured abroad on Australia, Russia and many other countries’ App Stores.
The Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki race team is currently running a free merchandise campaign on Twitter for fans to win goggles, apparel, number plates and more. All is needed is for fans to follow them @pcraceteam.
Departing from the cyber world to the breaks and sprains department, a slew of riders are currently out with injuries. Jimmy Albertson, originally reported to have a leg break, does not have any broken bones at all, but is still suffering from a knee injury. Jake Weimer,a recipient of a broken arm before Anaheim 1 is still recovering and not expected to return until later in the season. Ken Roczen, healing from a bruised heel, is expected to return at any time now despite some limping. Also returning is Dan Reardon coming off a slight knee injury.
Still out for awhile will be Michael Byrne (dislocated wrist), expected return around Anaheim 2. Jake Moss is still out with a shoulder injury, no update on condition or when he’ll return. Matt Goerke (ankle) and Josh Grant (knee) to be out a few more weeks as well and Will Hahn will be out awhile after landing on his back during a practice session at Anaheim 1, suffering a compression fracture to the T-5 vertebra. Hahn will be out a few months before he can even go about training to get back into racing.
On a final noteworthy mention, Round 3 of the Monster Energy Supercross Series is taking place this weekend at a new stop and first time ever appearance at the infamous Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.