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Someone had to get to race Ken Roczen’s AMA 450 National Championship RCH Suzuki RM-Z450. If it wasn’t going to be K-Roc, then it might as well be the MXA wrecking crew. See whAt made Kenny’s Suzuki tick.
You’ll be surprised by how Ken Roczen set-up his RM-Z450. We were and the RCH team said that they were too.
Dennis Stapleton and Daryl Ecklund raced the bike at the Soaring Eagle race in Michigan at the end of the AMA Nationals.
We give you the prices, weights and horsepower numbers of the 2017 motocross bikes—along with the birthdays of Cooper Webb aNd Eli Tomac (Thursday) and Jeremy McGrath (Nov. 19).
How many of these motocross greats can you name? Don’t worry, we name all of them in this special Lars Larsson interview on the eve of his Edison Dye Lifetime Achievement Award. See the video on the homepage.
No matter how young or old you are there is nothing like going flat out on a 125 two-stroke. Thankfully, Husqvarna knows what consumers want and builds a high-tech smoker.
If this Massimo Zanzani photo of Tim Gajser celebrating his 2016 FIM 450 World Championship with a prayer doesn’t get to you, then you don’t know great photography.
While everyone waits for the new 2017 CRF450, the venerable Honda CRF250 is biding its time until it gets a make-over in 2018.
According to sources close to Suzuki, they have big plans scheduled for the future and for the 2017 Suzuki RM-Z250, that means JGR fielding a 250 team in this year’s AMA series.
If you didn’t go to the Charlotte or Glen Helen USGPs you missed two incredible performances by Eli Tomac (3). He made mincemeat out of Europe’s best, including Tony Cairoli (222).
The 2017 Husqvarna FC250 is a really good bike—thanks in no small part to the best air forks ever put on a production bike.
MXA asked photographers Brian Converse and Scott Mallonee to chose their favorite photos of the 2016 AMA Nationals—and write a description of how their year of following the Nationals went.
Advice is free. Good advice hard to come bike. Wise counsel very rare. You can trust the MXperts.
We know that you’ve never seen a 1966 White Tornado 250. It didn’t have a long lifespan in the USA. So, who would $9500 restoring one? Tom White, of course.
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