A few months back at the Dixieland nationals, we caught up with Cam the Dirtdevil Moore to talk some BMX! We wanted to get his perspective on the season thus far and of course we had to check on his super slick RS7 Fastback!
Let’s hear what Cam had to say
SupercrossBMX: Now that we are a few months into 2021, how is this season going for you, thoughts on the new team and set up?
Cam Moore: Although I’m not happy with my results so far this season, things are going well as a whole. I definitely have some positives take from it thus far and I’m loving the vibes with the new team. However I’m not where I exactly want to be yet as far as results on the track goes. I just have to keep working!
SupercrossBMX: As we all know, the Elite class is a tough one. How are you dealing with the transition from A-Pro to Elite?
Cam Moore: This is actually my second time coming into the Elite class. It’s definitely a bit easier the second time around as I have more experience. I was racing Elite before my injury back in 2019 so I already had an idea of what to expect this time around.
SupercrossBMX: We see that you’re sporting the Metallic Grey Fastback now, how long have you been on? What do you think about the frame thus far?
Cam Moore: This is my second race on the Fastback so I’m starting to get more comfortable with the bike. I really like how it feels coming out of the gate! Also, I’ve found it to be really smooth when riding around the track and through the rhythm straights.
SupercrossBMX: What made you go with the Metallic Grey color?
Cam Moore: I always thought the grey looked sleek and fast. I wanted to try something different from the colors I typically ride.
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