Just a couple of years ago, a kid who looked like he could be the front man for the band, She Wants Revenge, had his life changed when, with an overflow crowd of 17,174 slack-jawed fans watching on, he performed a trick on is 250cc motocross bike called “The Volt”. The off-the-bike trick was so iconoclastic and executed so precisely that it won him the Moto X Best Trick Gold Medal at the X Games 13.
Thrust into the white hot spotlight that only the X Games can make burn so brightly, the rider named Kyle Loza went from a demure church going young man from Trabuco Canyon, California to a globally known alternative sports athlete. A few months later, the Monster Energy-supported athlete, almost mistakenly, conjured up yet another revolutionary new trick — this one called Electric Death, and another Gold Medal. No big deal though, as the Monster Energy pilot has been fine-tuning and practicing something groundbreaking yet again and come Summer X Games look as they say on ESPN/ABC, stay tuned!
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