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US Open of Supercross brings together the cream of the crop from across the supercross circuit! An event packed with plenty of action on the dirt track, this adrenaline-pumping occasion is one no real fan can afford to miss! Buy your US Open of Supercross tickets now!
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US Open of Supercross Tickets

Supercross is an exciting dirt bike racing sport that pits riders against one another on off-road tracks. Supercross tracks are filled with hairpin turns, immense jumps, bumps and other obstacles that add excitement to every race. The fastest bike is not always going to win the race, as skill, talent and chance all play major roles in the outcome of every event, making every race an exhilarating experience for fans. Picking up US Open of Supercross tickets gives racing fans a chance to check out the athletes that are at the top of their game.

Champion riders like Ryan Villopoto, Eli Tomac, Justin Barcia and Ryan Dungey make the sport look effortless, but even these pros have had their fair share of crashes. There have been many races where one rider is in the lead the whole time, but then crashes or hits a turn the wrong way, which can completely change the outcome.

Supercross was born from Motocross, but the former places a greater emphasis on technical skills than the latter. Motocross is mainly about how fast a rider can complete a circuit on an off-road track, while Supercross focuses on how well they can handle complicated turns, jumps and other obstacles. Supercross races also take place on massive, man-made tracks built in stadiums, whereas motocross races are performed on outdoor tracks that may run through the woods, desert and other natural elements.

The AMA/FIM Supercross series is the largest racing series for this sport, in which 15 separate races are held in various locations across the country. A number of international events take place overseas as well, and these races are often televised, so fans won't have to miss a moment of the excitement. American riders are often found on these international tracks when they're not competing stateside. The AMA series typically runs from December through May, and the summer and fall months are reserved for final competitions and testing for the following season. Since even the time trials and other testing events are made public, Supercross fans have something to look forward to all year long.

Even when there are no races being held, fans can stay in the know by following which riders are being traded between teams. Every year it seems as though there are at least a handful of racers who leave the decision to the last minute, which builds plenty of anticipation ahead of the start of a series.