The 2016 season marked a turning point in the career of GEICO Honda’s Christian Craig. After returning from a brief stint with retirement, Craig proved to everyone – including himself – that he was capable of winning by doing just that at the Phoenix Supercross. Armed with more confidence than ever, Craig’s season was cut short at the 250 National Championship Series opener at Glen Helen when he collided with a teammate and suffered a badly broken lower leg.
From the moment he woke up from the surgery needed to repair his damaged limb, Craig has been counting the days until the start of his 2017 season. It’s been a long journey back from injury, but when the gate drops in Minneapolis this weekend, Craig will certainly be more prepared and determined than ever.
Culmination is a mini-documentary that chronicles Craig’s preparation for 2017; and features insightful interviews from key players in his corner. Special thanks to Geico Motorcycle, 100%, Alias, 6D, Rynopower, and Roy’s Cyclery for making this project possible. Enjoy!
ALiAS MX was in Greig, NY to host an ALiAS Ride Day at New York’s newest track, High Voltage Hills! Besides breaking out the bikes for some riding, everyone was also able to get an up close look at the new 2017 gear and learn about the ALiASMX.com DiRECT 2 RiDER™ wholesale pricing membership!
“Moto Spy” is a series where each episode follows a different rider through one day of racing the 2016 AMA Pro Motocross Nationals, with an in-depth perspective that pays tribute to moto’s classic “The Great Outdoors” series of the early 2000s. The premiere episode follows GEICO Honda rookie Tristan Charboneau in his first pro motocross race ever at Hangtown. Amidst all the round one hysteria, coupled with the hype around Pro Circuit Kawasaki prodigy Austin Forkner, Charboneau comes into the opener relatively under the radar, something that he uses to fuel his drive to put the CRF250 up front in his first pro race.