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2022 KAWASAKI BUYER’S GUIDE: KX450, KX250, KX112, KX85 AND KX65


What the green team is offering in 2022—including the all-new KX112 SuperMini

ONE MAN’S QUEST TO BUILD A 2003 WORKS KX125 TWO-STROKE


When his factory mechanic friend died suddenly of a heart attack it triggered his desire to build a works KX125 — it only took ten years

FIRST LOOK! 2022 KAWASAKI KX450 & KAWASAKI KX250


Don’t be surprised by the BNG on the 2022 Kawasaki motocross bikes—and the “B” is subdued

THE TRUE STORY OF JAMES STEWART’S 2004 FACTORY KX125 TWO-STROKE


In 2004 Kawasaki had just launched its all-new KX250F. The team offered the four-stroke to James, and he tried it during the pre-season. He decided to stay with the KX125 two-stroke instead

FIRST LOOK! 2022 KAWASAKI KX112 SUPERMINI & UPDATED KX85


The 2022 Kawasaki KX112 Supermini racer bridges the gap to full-size motocross bikes and boasts a powerful 112cc displacement engine

THE 2021 MXA 250 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT: ALL SEVEN BIKES IN ONE TEST


Breaking down the fastest 250 four-strokes — everything you need know, most of it applicable to your actual riding

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW! 2021 MXA 450 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT


Motocross racers love shootouts, until the bike they spent $10,000 loses; They think their brand is the fastest bike, until they see a dyno chart; They think that weight doesn’t matter on motocross bikes, but if their girlfriend gains a few pounds they go ballistic

DARYL ECKLUND GAMBLES ON A BEAT-DOWN 2003 KAWASAKI KX125


“The other MXA guys started to refer to my KX125 project bike as the ‘green unicorn.’ I told them that it would be finished soon and then they’d be sorry. I lied!”

BIG BIKE SHOWDOWN: SEAN COLLIER’S KAWASAKI KX500 VERSUS HIS 2015 KX450F NATIONAL BIKE


You don’t prove your manhood by riding a KX500, you do that by turning it wide open for longer than 3 seconds

BUILDING, RACING & BREAKING THE 2021 KAWASAKI KX450X AT LAKE HAVASU


“2021 marked Kawasaki’s resurgence back into the off-road scene, and I was excited to build the new KX450X into a cross-country race bike to see how it would perform against a stacked field of 450 Pro riders.”