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Supercross Champ Bogle Wants More Out Of Motocross Starts
Posted by: newsla on Jul 16, 2014 - 06:19 AM
Supercross Champ Bogle Wants More Out Of Motocross Starts

GEICO Honda 250cc rider Justin Bogle is such a perfectionist that top-five finishes aren't good enough, so as the GEICO Honda 250 team prepares for the Spring Creek National on Saturday at Spring Creek Motocross Park, Bogle is aiming higher.


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The 2014 250 East Series Supercross champion, Bogle has finished in the top 10 in all seven motocross races this season. He was sixth last week at Budds Creek, finishing in the top five in both motos, but he wasn't happy with that result, knowing his Supercross performance proves he belongs up front.

"I for sure belong up on the podium," Bogle said. "I belong up in the top three. I belong battling for wins. I'm going to keep working until I get it."

Bogle sits fourth in the motocross points standings with five races remaining, so contending for the championship is not out of the question.

"Everyone's going fast," Bogle said. "There's no doubt there's a lot of gnarly guys up in the top 10. It just takes being tougher. That's what I'm going to work on."

And Bogle will continue to work on his fitness as he competes at the highest level.

"I don't need any reminder to know how difficult this sport is," Bogle said. "Two 35-minute motos in the heat and humidity that we have is brutal sometimes, but my trainer Ryan (Fedorow) has me in great shape."

Teammate Matt Bisceglia knows how tough motocross can be, too. After crashing in the first moto last week, he bounced back to finish 11th in the second in one of the hottest races of the year.

"It's gnarly going 30 minutes plus two laps out there," Bisceglia said. "It's definitely not easy, and you have to be in really good condition and have to be able to deal with the heat."

Bisceglia is a relative newcomer in pro motocross, as he is in his second full season on the GEICO Honda.

"I'll try to come back this weekend, get back in the top 10, and have a good event," Bisceglia said. "It's a learning process, but you've got to take in what you learn and improve."

Zach Bell is in a similar position, also racing in his second full season on a 250 bike. Steady improvement and consistency are Bell's goals.

"Like the first few races, it's getting a good start and sprinting," Bell said. "That's what I need to do. I've had a few mistakes, but I'm trying to get rid of those and have fun out there.

"I'm just trying to learn everything and try to get better and better."

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