10 Most Successful Motocross Riders To Make The Trip Across The Atlantic

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Over the years many riders have made the trip across the Atlantic Ocean to face a fresh challenge.

However, many riders have struggled to make the transition with any great success. This had led to a constant comparison between American and World Championship competition, and one that can only be made at the Motocross des Nations, an annual one day event.

This has once again been highlighted by recent high profile moves, including Ryan Villopoto’s decision to contest the 2015 Mxgp series. For the first time in years a top American rider is making the decision to pit himself against the world’s best Gp riders.

We see riders move to the States regularly, looking to the more glamorous Supercross and Nationals series’, following childhood dreams of riding the tracks that legend’s such as Rick Johnson, David Bailey and Bob Hannah made their name on.
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B-Sides: Little Witches Make it Rain

A commenter on IMDb describes Little Witches as being like an R-rated version of Britney Spears’ “Hit Me Baby One More Time” music video but with a horror twist. That’s not entirely inaccurate. Pretty young girls in Catholic schoolgirl uniforms dabble in the dark arts, causing all manner of death, demonic horror, and wanton sluttiness.

It would be very easy to dismiss Little Witches as a direct-to-video knock-off of The Craft because, well, it kind of was. But The Craft didn’t have naked Catholic schoolgirls summoning Satan or A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors’ bad girl Jennifer Rubin and Poltergeist mad munchkin Zelda Rubinstein as devout nuns or David Lynch regular Jack Nance as a doomed priest or a young Clea DuVall getting skewered by the horns of absolute evil.

For the most part, those that remember Little Witches remember it primarily for the T&A
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