Black cloth covers most of the fence behind the dirt course at the Camden Yards Sports Complex for this week's AST Dew Tour. It's a flimsy attempt to keep misplaced onlookers from peering into the clustered caravan of freestyle motocrossers' motor homes.
But the fabric didn't discourage a few enterprising kids Thursday afternoon. As they walked behind the fence, they jumped every few feet for glimpses of Nate Adams's black-and-lime-green truck.
Adams went to the fence and signed the pieces of paper, skateboards and anything else held out for him while he waited for his first practice run on the Panasonic Open's course. Although he only has been riding for a week since recovering from surgery on a dislocated thumb, the 24-year-old reigning king of FMX seemed as relaxed as ever.
It didn't hurt, Adams said, that he didn't have to worry about qualifying for the finals.
|Your name: *|
|Your email: *|
|Recepient's email: *|
|Enter code: *|