HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MXA? IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A MOTOCROSS MAGAZINE ABOUT MACHINES, LOOK NO FURTHER

April 16, 2013
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Pro Circuit’s full-race CRF450 isn’t built as the run-of-the-mill customer bike, but instead as a bike capable of racing the AMA Nationals or GPs. In fact, it is being used by David Philippaerts in the 450 World Championships. We tested it, plus we tried both Pro Circuit’s dual and single exhaust systems.


This much fun should be illegal. The MXA test crew not only tested the 2013 Yamaha YZ125, but we raced it at the World Two-Stroke Championships.


This has been a very good Supercross season with the rise of Davi Millsaps, dominance of Ryan Villopoto and continued growth of Ryan Dungey. We highlight the best and worst performances of 2013.


Do you miss the good old days of 500cc two-strokes? So did we, so we took Uncle Donnie’s KX500 and ran it through the wringer. But this isn’t your Uncle’s KX500?it is wedged into a 2013 KTM two-stroke chassis.


Got a problem? A mystery ailment? The need to know? Let the MXperts get the answers for you.


The popularity of big-bore 250 four-strokes continues to grow. MXA built a 270cc Honda to see what all the fuss is about (actually it is the third one we have built in the last three years).


Trey Canard is an inspiration to all racers.


Want to win in Ponca City or Loretta Lynn? This bike is built to do the deed.


Perhaps the most innovative 125 two-stroke ever made?in 1990 it disappeared into the bowls of KTM to never be seen again, but luckily MXA rode it and saved it for history before it became dumpster food.


Tired of the same-old Yamahas, Hondas, Kawasakis and KTMs? Give TM a chance. It is an Italian works bike for the discerning few.


We tested Ryan Sipes’ Rockstar Energy Suzuki RM-Z250. After all, he wasn’t using it after breaking his hand early in the 250 West.


Hanging on to Pro Circuit’s 60-horsepower Honda CRF450 cover bike was half the fun of wicking the throttle wide open.


Is Jody talking about the wisdom of the ages or the wisdom of the aged? Either way, he’s got a unique take on all things motocross.

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