Sitting quietly in the race shop is MXA’s KTM 350SXF with a Factory Services engine. You won’t believe how fast this bike is ? or how much it cost to make it that fast.
Got a YZ250 two-stroke? Interested in buying a new exhaust pipe? Confused by all the different kinds? We solve the riddle.
It would appear that most European journalists are on the take when it comes to reporting the truth about what is going on in the GPs. MXA isn’t afraid.
If you have a mechanical problem you could take it to the kid parked next to you in the pits, or you could ask the MXperts.
KTM offers a special service to its customers. It will have its race team mechanans build special engine for KTM owners. How special? We used one one that could have come out of Ken Roczen’s Daytona racer.
Cobra builds bikes that dominate their classes?we took the CX65 for an eye-watering spin.
Jody always says what he means, but he does tend to run a little to the tongue-in-cheek side of the scale.
Don’t waste your time getting fit? just waste your money entering motos that you can’t finish. It works out to be the same thing.
Erik came over the MXA Bat Cave and sorted through his photo file. He loved it and we loved the stories he told about each photo.
Of course we could have named 50 ways to make your CRF450 better, but then we would look like we were boasting.
Good news! Husqvarna will be around in the future. That makes our 2013 CR125 two-stroke test all the more pertinent.
Only Jody is old enough to remember when Giuseppe Andreani raced the 125 GPs, but whether you saw him race or not?today he is the suspension guru of European racing. We visit his race shop in Italy.