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Supercross Brings The Noise -- And Dirt -- To The Dome

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What do you get when you mix 500 truckloads of dirt, 150 motorcycles, and more than 60,000 fans? One word: Supercross.

Monster Energy AMA Supercross returns to the Georgia Dome this weekend -- marking the 36th time the gates will drop for the race in Atlanta. The Dome floor has been covered with dirt and shaped into an incredible course, consisting of jumps that will send riders 30 feet in the air. More than 150 riders will compete for spots in their divisions' Main Events when Saturday's show begins at 7:00 p.m.

Good Day Atlanta's own (wanna-be) daredevil Paul Milliken decided to play in the dirt -- click the video above to check it out!

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