Moto-Cross

Motocross is a racing sport where participants drive special motocross motorcycles through dirt, around obstacles and along rough tracks. Motocross requires working in protective gear and navigating the motorcycle with skillful maneuvering abilities. This activity burns a moderate number of calories.

  • Pros

    1. Burns a Moderate Number of Calories
  • Cons

    1. Poses a Risk of Serious Injury And Collision

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  • katoom113 2 years ago

    I just rode a GP this weekend. 1hr and 7 mins. Was wearing my heart rate monitor max beats 170 min was 95 and average was 145. Based on my resting heart rate that puts me into the anaerobic work out zone for over 1 hr. I would venture that the calories burned were closer to 1000 calories. I can burn 1000 at the gym on the bike or rowing machine without even close to the lactic acid build up and muscle fatigue I get from a race. I know motocross doesnt run for an hr but you are sprinting even harder. From what I see the estimates are really low for our sport.

  • scott severson (scott) 3 years ago

    Right now I am glad I am not riding because it has been raining. Otherwise motoX is pretty dope and I ride at least 1x a year.

  • Sean Severson (Sean) 3 years ago

    Right now, my thighs, back and arms are all very sore from a hard day at Hollister Hills.

  • Sean Severson (Sean) 3 years ago

    Hi, my name is Sean and I ride motocross.