MXA test riders spent all of last year investigating the areas with the most potential for improvement on the 2011 Kawasaki KX450F. As a rule,
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Q: FIRST AND FOREMOST, IS THE 2012 RM-Z250 BETTER THAN THE 2011 RM-Z250? A: That depends on who you ask. Our aesthetically focused test riders
The early morning pits remained zipped-up from the overnight rains. Kathy Tomac took time away from preparing the Geico team's upcoming shish-kabob fest to pose
Q: FIRST AND FOREMOST, IS THE 2012 KAWASAKI KX250F BETTER THAN THE 2011 KX250F? A: Yes, resoundingly so! Every MXA test rider, regardless of skill
MXA INTERVIEW: COLE SEELY How to win? "McDonalds drive-throughs and a lot of couch time." Before getting his Troy Lee Designs gig (and an exclusive
Pity the poor fool who enters headstrong and dimwitted into the 2011 motocross fray. For the uninitiated, the motocross world is a confusing maelstrom of
Let's cut to the chase, which in Hollywood parlance means let's skip ahead to the action-packed part of this horse opera. You don?t
NUMBER ONE: 2010 KTM 450SXF There is only one bike in 2010 that can claim to have the most peak horsepower, most top-end rev,
The Honda CRF450, KTM 450SXF, Yamaha YZ450F, KTM 350SXF, Kawasaki KX450F and Suzuki RM-Z450 are all major players in what consumers might well think
NUMBER ONE: 2009 KAWASAKI KX450F Unlike the other fuel-injected bikes, which stumble at 8000 rpm, the 2009 Kawasaki KX450F keeps pulling to 9400 rpm.
No offense to Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha and Husqvarna, but in last year's 2009 450 Shootout, the Kawasaki KX450F and KTM 450SXF finished one-two . And,