Hockey. It has been proven that Motocross ranks 2nd behind Soccer, in the most strenuous sport. Skating and handling a puck is hard but, handling, balancing, controlling, and throwing around a 240lb bike, and your body weight for over a 1/2 hour, non-stop, no rest, no substitutes, etc., it would be Motocross hands down.
well it depends on who but football players at an average do make more $ than motorcross bikers.
Motorcross racing or NFL Feud: Football Hockey Baseball Biking Car Racing Motocross
its your ability to do sports, such as soccer, hockey and dancing.
Motorcross is competed in, all around the world, at various motorcross tracks
football and sometimes hockey
I know for football the most athletic states are Texas and Florida and baseball is Georgia pretty much then hockey is Canada and Michigan
An ice hockey player typically wears the following: Skates Shin guards Shoulder pads girdle (padded shorts) elbow pads athletic cup gloves helmet hockey stick A goalie has different equipment: skates (usually with extra plastic around the foot) leg pads chest protector girdle athletic cup Blocker and glove (more mitt-like) helmet (made specifically for a goaltender) hockey stick (with a wider blade and a paddle under the blocker)
Well, you don't 'play' motorcross! You ride it, and you do this at any outdoor or indoor tracks.
Motorcross is popular EVERYWHERE but mostly i would say America and the UK
Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, a forerunner of the Montreal Canadiens.
It is very athletic. Soccer is the number one sport, tennis is huge, basketball is becoming very big, along with rugby, and field hockey is getting bigger