Top XG L.A. Moto X Moments
Vicki Golden: Best Whip
X Games Los Angeles boasted the year's biggest lineup of Moto X events among the four summer X Games stops around the world. Browse through our gallery of the Moto X highlights from L.A., including Vicki Golden becoming the first woman to compete in Best Whip.
Josh Hansen: Best Whip
Josh Hansen throws another impressive whip while winning the gold medal in Moto X Best Whip, which is decided in a fan vote on Twitter.
Taka Higashino: Freestyle
Nevermind that the past two X Games Freestyle events planned for Barcelona and Munich were canceled because of bad weather. Taka Higashino has been unbeatable in the event, picking up his third consecutive X Games gold medal in Freestyle in Los Angeles.
Adam Jones: Freestyle
Adam Jones had the same score (90.0) as Taka Higashino on his second run of the Moto X Freestyle event at X Games Los Angeles 2013. But Jones picked up the silver medal and Higashino won gold because of a tiebreaker based on the scores from their other runs.
Ronnie Renner: Step Up
Ronnie Renner is officially the king of Step Up after picking up a record fifth gold medal in the event at X Games Los Angeles. His second Step Up gold of the year broke a tie with Matt Buyten and Tommy Clowers for the most Step Up medals in X Games history.
Nate Adams: Speed & Style
Nate Adams passes Blake "Bilko" Williams in the final for Speed & Style. Williams crashed on the third lap, allowing Adams to take the lead and secure his fourth X Games gold medal and 18th overall, the most Moto X medals in history.
Mike Schultz: Moto X Adaptive
Mike Schultz won the Moto X Adaptive final at X Games Los Angeles to bring his gold medal total to five. Schultz also won gold in Moto X Adaptive in 2010 and has three golds in SnoCross Adaptive.
Meghan Rutledge: Moto X Racing
Meghan Rutledge thought she had the Women's Moto X Racing final wrapped up so she pumped her fist on the last jump before the final turn. But taking her hand off the throttle caused her bike to nosedive, and she crashed to the ground. She scrambled back on her bike in time to finish second, and created one of the most memorable moments from X Games Los Angeles 2013.
Vicki Golden: Moto X Racing
Rutledge's stunning mishap opened the door for Vicki Golden to win her third consecutive X Games gold medal in Women's Moto X Racing. Although Rutledge crashed, Golden beat her by just a little more than a second.
Justin Brayton: Moto X Racing
Just like the women's final, the Men's Moto X Racing final featured an exciting last-lap pass. Josh Hill, right, was leading most of the race but Justin Brayton, second from right, pinned him into a barrier on a corner, passed him and rode to his first gold medal. Hill picked up the silver.
Laia Sanz: Enduro X
Spanish rider Laia Sanz captured her third Women's Enduro X gold medal of the year at X Games Los Angeles. As usual Sanz dueled with Maria Forsberg, who had won gold at X Games Munich, but Sanz prevailed again just as she did in Foz do Iguau and Barcelona.
Taddy Blazusiak raced his way back to the top of the Men's Enduro X podium at X Games Los Angeles. Blazusiak won gold earlier this year at X Games Foz do Iguaçu, earned bronze at X Games Munich and finished fourth at X Games Barcelona.