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Mind of the Demon: A Memoir of Motocross, Madness, and the Metal Mulisha

by Larry Linkogle

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0762447664, Paperback)

Larry Linkogle was a child-prodigy motocross racer who turned pro at age 15. A daredevil and rebel from the start, he quit the sport in spectacular fashion during a major national event and went home to create a new extreme sport—Freestyle Motocross (FMX)—marked by high-flying stunts and death-defying action. From there, the ride just got wilder.


On a lark, he and a friend created The Metal Mulisha—now a top brand in FMX—and he was on a fast track to the good life. But after a near-fatal accident, “Link”made a series of decisions that almost finished him off for good—getting involved in prescription drugs, drug and gun running, underground fistfighting, and other behavior that compromised his health, his relationships, and his career.


After hitting rock bottom and experiencing a moment of clarity, Link began to turn things around, salvaging and strengthening the things that mattered most. Now an icon to millions of extreme sports fans, Link is well on the road to a happy ending.


(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:11 -0400)

After a near-fatal accident, the creator of extreme sport Freestyle Motocross (FMX) got involved in prescription drugs, underground fist fighting and other behaviors that compromised his health, relationships and career until he had a moment of clarity and decided to turn things around.… (more)

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