The Paperback of the Wide Open: A Life in Supercross by Jeremy McGrath at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. In this gossipy, spiteful memoir, champion Supercross motorcycle racer McGrath wastes no opportunity to settle scores and gloat over vanquished enemies. Ever since Jeremy was born his dad had at least one motorcycle in the garage. He got a big wheel when he was two for Christmas. By the time.
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Wide Open: A Life in Supercross
Through the book I felt bad for him sometimes but there was a lot of good things to. This book showed both mcgratu and heartbreak, injury and success.
I would highly recommend this book jreemy people looking for a great biography, although motocross may be a not so well known sport but it has a great story about a guy coming from a bmx background and dom This book is one of my all time favorites, I have always looked up to Jeremy McGrath as an idol. I would definitely read this book again.
I thought it was a great book. The book tells me how life is not easy and never give up. As Mcgrxth began reading I found how he was interesting in the way he did everything in his life. After always riding and having fun with his friends in moto So at about age 10, Jeremy was consistantly riding at many motorcross events with all of his friends, and was trying to widd a way to become better and eventually get sponsored like most of his friends were. In he finally became pro. He really loved this sport and had a love for riding that made you wanna get out and ride with every page.
If Jeremy was living up in Wisconsin, he would not oopen that much support as he had in California.
I won cool points with the motocross seventh grade boys just for asking them what a Whoops is. He starts off by describing his amateur career, and how vital his parents were to his success. Characterization The main character in this book would be Jeremy McGrath. I also like how this book is in his perspective, so it gives the reader a real life like experience most of the time. Jeremy is the one guy I want to be like and I look up to him.
Jeremy was a good kid when he was younger. Riley rated it it was amazing Nov 17, To ask other readers questions about Wide Openplease sign up. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
There are not many characters in the book I read because it is a book about one person. The reason why is because it is huge and he has his own Supercross track there. He could talk to you forever.
The time makes a big difference in this book. I say that because I can relate to this book. He told the reader about certain races that he felt were important for his career. Most of racetracks are indoors also. There were not many times when the book got boring though. The was him and his best friend name Chris Plamer he made it go through detail in the racing parts.
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He told you mostly about his career and not as much of who he was a person. It has become a full time job and career for most of these guys carrying over into life after motocross.
I was familiar with Jeremy McGrath before reading his book. No trivia or quizzes yet. Jermey and his family had a really good relationship and were always there for him as well as his sister. Jeremy’s dad and Jeremy would go to the races every weekend.
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This was a great book. That part kind of dragged along and took a long time. Jeremy McGrath Wide Open is kind of a long book.
Jeremy had supportive parents at the same time, which helped him a lot. He said that jreemy makes perfect.