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THIS MUCH WE KNOW! MAKING THE MOST OF THE POWER VALVE ON YOUR KTM 250/300 TWO-STROKE

The motocross market that was once rich with two-strokes has been reduced to only a handful of 250cc two-stroke bikes. Perhaps the shining star of the remaining two-strokes is the KTM 250SX. It is the most powerful 250cc two-stroke ever made, and given that it has benefited from every modern upgrade that KTM’s four-stroke line has received, it is the most modern two-stroke on the track. KTM, in their infinite wisdom, realized that two-stroke owners come in a wide variety of shapes and riding styles; thu…

HOW TO BUILD THE ULTIMATE KTM 250SX TWO-STROKE: YES, IT DOES HAVE WORKS SHOWA SUSPENSION ON IT

By Billy Musgrave I must admit that I inherited MXA ‘s KTM 250SX project bike by default. I was third in line, but eventually the end user. Jody had started the project originally, but he had other assignments and handed it over to my father, Willy Musgrave. I took over the project when my dad crashed at Glen Helen and broke his collarbone. It might seem mercenary, but it was a lucky break for me. I have been racing MXA ‘s 125 and 150 two-strokes for many years. Occasionally, I would get assigned to a 2…

MOTOCROSS ACTION’S WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: ARE YOU READY FOR A NIGHT GRAND PRIX IN QATAR? DO YOU KNOW WHERE QATAR IS? PLEASE TELL US

        BELGIAN WINS BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP & 250 CLASS DECIDED IN FINAL MOTO Belgian Kevin Strijbos clinched the 450cc British National Championships at the final race of the series. To take the pressure off, Strijbos earned enough points in the first moto to secure the 450 title over Shaun Simpson. Meanwhile in the 250 class, points leader Mel Pocock had mechanical issues in moto one, which allowed Elliott Banks-Browne to take the moto win (and gain 25 points). On t…