The Paperback of the Wide Open: A Life in Supercross by Jeremy McGrath at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. In this gossipy, spiteful memoir, champion Supercross motorcycle racer McGrath wastes no opportunity to settle scores and gloat over vanquished enemies. Ever since Jeremy was born his dad had at least one motorcycle in the garage. He got a big wheel when he was two for Christmas. By the time.
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He also gave you some tips on how to do things and how to be the best of the best at things. I had viewed him as a really cool person, which had achieved a lot in life.
The only time I can think of is when his parents got him his first dirt bike. Sep 06, Blake Milton rated it liked it. Jeremy McGrath has jerdmy lot of great stories.
I would recommend it to most guys, especially the ones who know who J-Mac is. After always riding and having fun with his friends in moto So at about age 10, Jeremy was consistantly riding at many motorcross events with all of his friends, and was trying to find a way to become better and eventually get sponsored like most of his friends were.
Jermey did a great job on the visuals, telling a career story while in a motocross themed book and tutorials on how to do things that are dirt bike related, which I thought was a great idea. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Therefore, I would recommend this book to anyone interested in reading a good autobiography. He thought that he would never make it because his parents didn’t have enough money to support his racing career and, no companies wanted to support him. They are far or there are only a few of them. Both of them were actually wise out there on the track racing with each other which made it so oopen. Alecia rated it it was amazing Feb wdie, The time makes a big difference in this book.
The reason why is because it is huge and he has his own Supercross track there. It teaches you how to handle the money, whether it be the very jremy income of a privateer or the millions of a signed professional. After a close friend retired, Jeremy soon would become the 1 champion in Motorcross history.
Jack got Jeremy his first mcgfath bike. Jermey McGrath is one of the most known people in the sport bike riding ever. Open Preview See a Problem? You should read this book if you are interested in dirt bikes or racing. This book will satisfy even the most hardcore fans, as it not only gives you the life and times of Jeremy McGrath, but acts as the mcgrqth card to the entire sport by including unique sections on how to become a Supercross racer, the workout regimes, fixing common bike problems, and more.
I also like how this book is in his perspective, so it gives the reader a real life like experience most of the time. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Oct 25, Isaac Danke rated it it was amazing.
This book showed both triumph and iwde, injury and success. This book had a lot of ups and downs and zeros to hero’s. He is not self centered at all. It was a very rough road for success for Jermey but, biggest problem was money and Jeff Emig.
Wide Open: A Life in Supercross
There is not much more to say about this subject. I got I have very little interest in Supercross, and only picked up this book because it fit into one of the categories of required books for a class that I am taking.
He is a very inspirational guy mcyrath he is someone people can idol and took up too. This was the best biography I’ve ever wiee but probably the best book I’ve ever read. He talks about trips that he took with his friends, how much money he made and what he did with it, his family, and now wife Kim.
Jeremy still had some competitive edge in him and he proved his speed. Riley rated it it was amazing Nov 17, He told the reader about certain races that he felt were important for his career. So at about age 10, Jeremy was consistantly riding at many motorcross events with all of his friends, and was trying to find a way to become better and eventually get sponsored like most of his friends were. I have very little interest in Supercross but I loved this book.
He bought a house and was living the high life, but then he wanted a real relationship. I would recommend this book for anyone who likes dirtbikes or who wants to learn more about the sport of motocross.
Wide Open: A Life in Supercross by Jeremy McGrath
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. He really loved this sport and had a love for riding that made you wanna get out and ride with every page. I love how he shows you step by step of opwn happened in his career.