By 1973, the Japanese manufacturers realized that warmed-over trail bikes wouldn't cut it in the American motocross market—so Kawasaki built a semi-production run of 200 F11M 250s
After Feets Minert's Catalina victory, BSA named the Gold Star DBD34 the "Catalina Scrambler "and added the mods that Feets used
Save hard-earned cash — Before sending your fork out to have them revalved, use this quick, easy and simple tuning trick
The bike with a connection to Steve McQueen, Dan Gurney, Phil Hill connection and Kalevi
To restore one it is important is to find an Elsinore with a clean, undented tank. New and original tanks have sold for as much as $2000 on the vintage market.
It is free and easily learned, for those who have the willpower to make it happen
"Out-of-the-box winner" from Sweden—with help from Germany, Italy and England
British Grand Prix stars Don and Derek Rickman manufactured eponymous motorcycles from 1960 to 1975—including Zundapp and Hodaka models
Van Tech frame kits could use Yamaha 60, 80, 100, 125 and 175 engines; plus Suzuki, Bridgestone, Hodaka and Harley Baja 100 engines
Travis wins his first 125cc National in Southwick while Ricky Carmichael wins his second ever 250 National
A bike you would really want to race at Ascot. This limited-production twin was derived from the street-going YDS2 model (with aluminum cylinders similar to the TD1 road racer model).
On the Griffon, Bert dropped the aluminum downtube, but kept the leading links for those who demanded them — the rest got Cerianis
Hodaka made the engines for Yamaguchi and Pabatco was the American Yamaguchi distributor. When Yamaguchi went out of business, Hodaka and Pabatco agreed to join forces to avoid going out of business
He raced thousands of races over his career...and thought that each one was "finer than frog's hair."
Back in the year 2000, when Suzuki read MXA's test on the 2000 DRZ400 they discontinued providing Motocross Action with product and product information as well as suspended all advertising. We thought is was a good review
There are a million ways to be faster by next weekend, but we are going to stay well within your concentration level and only list ten
In 1968, Baby Boomers found a cheap entry into the sport and in the long run the DT1 made the dirt bikes accessible to the masses
So, you want to be a motorcycle test rider, but not just any test rider—you want to be the guy who has ridden every bike made for the last 40 years—and lived to tell about it
This a compelling story about the history of first works bike—you should read it even though it contains words
The rotary-valve Maico MC125 was based on the MD125 road racer, but was the victim of bad timing and high pricing
The Silverpilen was the Swedish version of the Hodaka Ace 100—both were the bikes that spawned a generation of Grand Prix and AMA National stars
In 1969, demand for Husqvarna motocross bikes in America would actually exceed the Swedish factory's ability to produce them.
On a sweltering hot day at Rio Bravo Cycle Park the heat was so bad that the riders had to rely on the aim of their mechanic or in this case, dad
Less than 150 were produced, and Vic Eastwood, Chris Horsfield and Dave Nicol raced them. Sadly, G85C was the last Matchless motocross bike
Is Bob Hannah's 2000 interview as true today as it was 18 years ago? If not, at least it is funny, scathing and absolutely true in Hannah's mind
Willy Musgrave's flashback story about returning to his two-stroke roots