2014 Monster Energy Cup
If you're ready for an exciting event that will have you at the edge of your seat, the
Monster Energy Cup is definitely for you. Bringing together the best and brightest from around motocross, the Monster Energy
Cup is just one of those events that tends to have a little something for everybody, which is why it's known to create some
new motocross fans while uplifting the fans who already love the sport. Put it all together at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas,
Nevada and you end up with an amazing atmosphere in which just about anything can happen, giving you all kinds of reasons
to put down the remote and make sure that you don't miss a moment that everyone around motocross will be buzzing about.
out and see for yourself why motocross continues to have a major impact everywhere it goes, as this is a sport that you definitely
have to see for yourself if you want to truly appreciate the talent and spectacle. Once you're there in the middle of a riveting
motocross event like the Monster Energy Cup, where all of the top talents around the sport convene, you might just be hooked
on the home of the engines and the excitement emanating from the crowd. It also doesn't hurt that the event goes down in Vegas,
a city that is known for its various unique shows and entertainment as a whole. When the Monster Energy Cup gets underway,
however, there won't be a better ticket anywhere in the city.
Monster Energy Cup Event Info
Energy Cup course is enormous and extends outside the arena where the riders of each race are split into two groups on opposite
ends of the arena. Your Monster Energy Cup tickets will put you face to face with this spectacle that is a hybrid of the most
exciting elements of Motocross and Supercross-style dirt bike racing. Each Monster Energy Cup event features a series of different
races, and races are categorized as amateur or professional. The Super Mini is for racers 15 years of age or younger, and
there are two Super Mini races held during each event. Amateur riders with their eyes on a professional sponsorship race in
the Amateur All-Stars division, helping to make this an event where you can see some of the stars of both today and tomorrow.
With so many different exciting events, the Monster Energy Cup tends to have a little something for everyone.
Things have obviously changed a bit since the early days of Ancient Roman chariot racing, and there are
plenty of options out there these days for sports fans, but it doesn't get any more exciting than extreme sports when they're
played at their highest possible level. When amazing athletes come together for a highly anticipated event, there are few
other events that can hold a candle to the atmosphere that you'll experience in the crowd at a huge motocross event. With
the race on the line and you inching closer to the edge of your seat, you'll definitely be glad that you're not still sitting
at home wondering what the atmosphere of the crowd is like.
Monster Energy Cup History
The Monster Energy
drink brand is well known for hosting and promoting extreme sports events. On October 15th, 2011, the first Monster Energy
Cup was held at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the energy seems to have been growing every year since. Ricky Carmichael
is the Monster Energy five-time Supercross champ and was commissioned by event organizers to custom design a track like no
other. Aside from the unique element of the split start, the course also features the Joker Lane and a 33-degree bank built
into the stands that literally ramps up the velocity and the excitement of each race. All in all, this is an exciting event
that has already had its fair share of incredible moments and has a very bright future ahead of it, providing all of the incentive
you need to head out and see it for yourself.
Monster Energy Cup Trivia
Did you know that the roots of
motocross actually got started back in 1906?
When various motorcycle events started up in the United Kingdom as far
back as 1906, it was hard to anticipate what would come out of it. More than a century later, those early motorcycle contests
in the U.K. have evolved into all types of other similar events, helping to lead to the modern motocross competitions that
have captured the imaginations of fans all over the world.
Monster Energy Cup Fans
Even though there are
lots of other sports out there, this is one that definitely can't be captured by a TV screen, providing plenty of reasons
to put down the remote and make sure that you don't miss an event you know you want to be a part of. When it comes to the
Monster Energy Cup, this is one of those sporting events that you're just not going to be able to duplicate, as the fans help
to complete the atmosphere and make this one of the very best motocross events in the world.