Ryan Dungey took his third win of the season...and KTM's third-ever 450 Supercross victory. Photo: Hoppenworld In the 450 class, KTM's Ryan Dungey won his
FROM THE FRONT LINES...AND BEHIND THE SCENES If you want to take a shot at keeping track of Ryan Villopoto's great season, you can do
The fishbowl view of New Orleans. Photo: Hoppenworld 450 CLASS One race after capturing back-to-back 450 Supercross Championships, Kawasaki's Ryan Villopotowon his ninth win of
James Stewart gets the cover, but has to share it with a trio of MXA project bikes?a YZ250 two-stroke, KTM 250SX two-stroke and KX450F (there
The big news from Houston, although anticlimactic, was that Ryan Villopoto clinched his second AMA Supercross Championship and won his eighth race of the season.
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The Daytona crowd was drenched, wind-blown and ecstatic. Photo: Hoppenworld DA WINNA: James Stewart owns Daytona?he doesn?t always finish Daytona, but he is always the
The Reader's Digest version of the Anaheim II Supercross. 250 West heat one: 1. Dean Wilson, 2. Ryan Sipes, 3. Martin Davalos, 4. Vince Friese,
Four races, four winners and James Stewart rode a smart, tactical race. Ryan Dungey gets to keep the red plate next week (even though it
By John Basher PHOTO OF THE WEEK Don’t you wish that your garage looked like this? Photo: John Basher MINI-VIEW: ALLAN BROWN I
By John Basher PHOTO OF THE WEEK Go ahead and pick a rut, any rut, World Vet style. JAMES GETS HIS DAY IN COURT
Justin Barcia is the cover boy for the July issue of MXA. We can't make you go to the news stand to buy the current
A frigid Rice-Eccles Stadium. Ryan Villopoto put his stamp on the 2011 AMA Supercross series by winning his sixth event and moving into a nine
Sun, in Seattle? Going into the Seattle Supercross Ryan Villopoto had a five point lead on Ryan Dungey...coming out of Seattle Ryan had a six
By John Basher PHOTO OF THE WEEK I thought that it was going to be a challenge picking the photo of the week.
What's in the April 2011 issue of MXA ? A giant story on what's right and what's wrong with Supercross. A test of Dean Wilson
Oh to be 16, fast and famous. Ken Roczen was happy to get the opportunity to race with his heroes in the 450 class. Ken
Stewie has the 450 points lead, but it Is slim. From what the MXA wrecking crew can discern, half of the AMA Pro riders are