Moment of silence, please, for supermoto. The wild-and-wooly, part-asphalt/part-dirt racing discipline that began life as The Superbikers on ABC-TV’s Wide World of Sports, then was exported to France as supermotard and re-imported to America as supermoto, is pretty much dead. Though various grass-roots regional series remain, the AMA Pro Series that ran for a few years at the start of this century with such luminaries as Jeff Ward, Jeremy McGrath, Doug Henry and the Boz Bros competing is no longer happening. The story goes that near the end of the first meeting of the Daytona Motorsports Group after it had acquired AMA Pro Racing, someone asked, What about supermoto? The reply: Oh, do we own that too?