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Bomb Squad

Bomb Squad Prepares for Winter X Blitzkrieg!
Two brothers from Texas ditch their dirt tires for snow tracks in hopes of reaching their freestyle dreams.

January 5, 2010 - Caleb and Colten Moore, of the world renowned Bomb Squad ATV Freestyle Team, have been invited to compete in this years Winter X-Games in Snowmobile Freestyle.

The ATV freestyle stars made the transition to sleds just one month ago.  Caleb stated, “Growing up in Texas, we didn’t have much of a chance to ride snowmobiles.  But since quads aren’t a part of Summer X, we decided to take up sleds and give it a shot.” The 2 Texas natives picked up Polaris 600 IQ sleds early December and started practicing in their foam pit.  Just 2 weeks ago they loaded up and headed to Upper Michigan to try their sleds in the snow for the first time.  The first day, they were already back flipping and have now expanded into back flip variations and body varials.  You can follow the Moore
brother’s road to X on and catch the event coverage on ESPN January 28.

About The Bomb Squad
The Bomb Squad was formed in 2000 by H-Bomb Films creator, Wes Miller. This ATV freestyle team is comprised of the top riders in the world. The Bomb Squad launched the sport of ATV freestyle and has consistently pushed the limits. From the first superman, to first back flip, to first back flip superman, Bomb Squad riders have always led the way. The team has branched out and currently includes ATV freestyle, ATV racers, off-road racers. Members have won such prestigious events as the Baja 1000, TORC events, the SCORE Class 25 Championship, and the CORR Pro Lite Championship.

About Winter X Games
Winter X Games 14 will be covered live on ESPN's family of networks, including ABC, as well as across ESPN's many digital media assets including and The event has been held in Aspen for six years, and it was announced in a press conference during Winter X Games 13 that the event will stay in Aspen/ Snowmass for another two years, through 2012.

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