- Ronnie Mac is a self-proclaimed professional Motocross rider that competes in the United States. He is well-liked by the general people because of his daring riding style. Aside from that, Ronnie is a Youtuber and Influencer. He never shows his face in any of his internet videos, and he has never taken part in any events.
When did Ronnie Mac start?
Enter Ronnie Mac, the enigmatic online sensation who goes by the name of Ronnie Mac. Ronnie’s aim had been achieved after he made the world aware of his illness by uploading a video of himself getting tremendously huge to YouTube in November of 2008, so letting the world know about his illness.
Who sponsors Ronnie Mac?
Besides Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and V Force Reeds, Ronnie has two sponsors that help him keep his 2-stroke pinned to the rev limiter whenever he has the chance while going to the limit. We hope the man never gets professional assistance since his antics always put a smile on our faces.
Is Ronnie Mac dead?
During this remarkable raffle, the lucky winner will become the proud new owner of the very same 1998 Honda CR250 ‘aka the Screaming Eagle’ motorcycle that Ronnie Mac rode during the 2017 AUS-X Open event in Sydney, as well as the 2018 AUS-X Open Sydney and S-X Open Auckland events.
Where was Ronnie Mac born?
Because he will not be racing and because his wife, Georgia, will need to assist him in his rehabilitation process, the privateer family will have to come up with a substantial quantity of money to meet their expenses. Road 2 Recovery has set up this website to allow Jimmy Albertson’s family, friends, and fans to make contributions to his recovery efforts.
What happened to Jimmy Albertson?
The collision occurred during qualifying on Saturday, and Albertson suffered compressions and fractures to several thoracic vertebrae, an epidural hematoma, a fractured/displaced sternum, a clot in his chest, lung contusions, and a broken hand, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). The most recent news from Georgia is shown below.
What year was the best CR250 made?
The 2001 versions are still cherished by fans of the CR250, which is often regarded as the greatest of the best ever built by Honda.
Is Honda bringing back the CR500?
Despite our best efforts, Honda will not be producing a new CR500 for mass production in the near future. Team Honda spent the summer developing a one-of-a-kind CR250/CR500 mutant for Stefan Everts, who will race in the Belgian 500 GP this year (which he won).