The center of focus isn't always on the center of the frame
While out testing the 2014 Husqvarna TC250 for an upcoming issue of the mag, John Basher said that it would be cool of the the
Olle Pettersson on the prototype Suzuki RH250. Although his name is just a footnote in motocross today, Swedish Grand Prix rider Olle Pettersson has the
Do you remember when Josh Grant was number 35, racing for the Amsoil/Factory Connection/Honda team? Of course you do! The year was 2005. Here he
Before Lance Moorewood became an MXA test rider, he was a National Minicycle Champion. Lance raced XR75's for Vulcan Cycle Works in Placentia, California. Lance
Then Moto XXX privateer rider Justin Buckelew (73) holeshot Ricky Carmichael (4), David Vuillemin (12), Ernesto Fonseca (24) and the rest of the field at
Cole Seely was an unknown when John Basher shot this photo of him at the Wyvern Ranch. Rider: Cole Seely Location: Wyvern Ranch in Piru,
Back in 2010 Ryan Dungey had a spectacular race with Ryan Villopoto during the Atlanta Supercross main, until Villopoto went over the bars. Dungey went
Ronnie Renner is known as the "King of the Whip." Here, he upholds his supremacy off a dirt hump at Ocotillo Wells in Southern California.
At last weekend's REM race at Glen Helen the Australian contingent started holding out pit boards to the competing Swedish riders on the track. We
James Stewart took a rare day off from training in 2010 to fly in a Red Bull supplied helicopter out to Catalina Island, off the
Ryan Villopoto and Mike Alessi battled for the 2006 250 National title. Here, RV leads Alessi during the second moto at Millville. When the dust
Apparently if you know how to rip on a motorcycle then you should also be able to shred on a sled. Former racer Damon Bradshaw
Davi Millsaps gets up close and personal with John Basher's lens at the 2008 Hangtown National.
When Ronnie Renner is feeling comfortable on a jump it shows. Need proof? He was feeling mighty comfortable during this photo shoot, getting literally upside
A quiver of MXA orange helmets wait in the dark for their time to shine in a photo shoot.
In 2006 James Stewart had a new bike (the Kawasaki KX450F four-stroke), a new number (he dropped 259), and a new lease on life outdoors.
In 2007 Ryan Villopoto (2) decimated the MXDN field at Budds Creek to uphold American honor. It was a tremendous day for U.S. racing and