Hahn, Durham, Baggett on DMXS RadioWednesday, May 15, 2013 | 3:40 PM
Pro Circuit’s Blake Baggett was the perfect predator last summer on his way to the 250 outdoor title. His late moto charges were legendary as he systematically stalked the field on his way to the front most weekends. An unfortunate hand injury at Anaheim 1 kept the Chupacabra from contending the supercross season so you just know he’s more than ready for the boys of summer. We’ll get the latest on his preparation to defend as Hangtown quickly approaches.
Pro Circuit's Darryn Durham has had a string of bad luck and injuries after securing his dream ride on Mitch’s team. A shoulder and Achilles tendon injury had the likeable Northeastern transplant sidelined for far too long. DD is back on the bike and ready to remind those that forgot, or doubted him, that he is indeed ready to race some damn motocross.
We’ve known Brett Cue for a long time and are stoked for the Okie on his quest for X and the never-ending search for the perfect whip. He’s on our Oklahoma Fav 5 list, and after this interview he’ll be on yours, too.
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