#1
Is motocross a really expensive hobby? Im just wondering because it looks fun but I'm not sure if its really realistic for me, especially since I live in Los Angeles and dont really have that kind of money to invest in it too. There were other things that I have been trying to spend more of a time on but this thing has been questioning me for a while. Also I keep on hearing that if you get into it you more likely to get hurt at some point and to be honest I dont really want to risk it and then have to worry about medical insurance being expensive to cover my injuries... you guys think its really worth it, whats your opinion?
#2
Expensive, dangerous, fun. Your choice.
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#3
Both questions are completely subjective.

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#4
You're making more excuses not to than reasons for. Try to find a friend who rides and go on a trip with them and see how you like it.
#5
I have been riding motocross for the last 11 years. It is definately expensive to get started, but once you have a bike and helmet, it costs as much as you want. Boots, gloves, goggles, jerseys can all cost a lot. Remember that you need a way to transport your bike (cant just ride around the neighbourhood). What kind of riding are you planning to do, track, trail?
#6
Have you ever ridden a motorcycle?
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#7
its extremely expensive, especially running a 2 stroke, you need to change your piston rings every race, rebuild your head every 4-6 months and replace your piston every 3.

you spend recdiulous amounts of time and cash on just getting your bike at a race worthy standard only to do 6 laps of a track.

my advice, enduro is the only way, get yourself a nice 4 stroke and just ride on tracks in the bush and use the land as your obstacles.
#8
Get 150 4 stroke bike and see if you like it, some people just don't get along with this sort of thing. Especially if you've never rode a bike before.

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#9
No, a small, off road, motorcycle and the and the equipment to keep you from dying when you go flying off of it at 45 mph only costs around $20 for the whole set.
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Srsly: A motocross bike is ****ing expensive, as are the pads, and if you decide to get one, you should expect to get hurt on it soon enough.
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