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INSIDE SCOOP ON MOTOCROSS ACTION’S 125 TWO-STROKE SHOOTOUT


Thinking about a new one-two-five? GasGas MC 125 versus Husvarna TC125 versus KTM 125SX versus TM 125MX versus Yamaha YZ125

FIRST LOOK! 2022 KTM MOTOCROSS MODELS


The four-stroke 250SXF, 350SXF, 450SXF & two-stroke 125SX, 150SX & 250SX

MXA 2021 125 Two-Stroke Shootout video

MOTOCROSS ACTION’S 2021 125 TWO-STROKE SHOOTOUT VIDEO


We breakdown the details on each of the 2021 125 Two-Strokes and rank them from fifth to first

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

MXA VIDEO: FIRST RIDE ON THE 2021 KTM 125SX TWO-STROKE


This bike is fast, light, has incredible brakes and an updated suspension that had all of our test riders giving it a thumbs up

MXA’S 125 HOT-ROD PROJECT BIKE SHOOTOUT: THE THREE BEST TUNERS KICK OUT THE JAMS


Jamie Ellis, Dean Dickenson & Mitch Payton put our KTM, Husky & Yamaha 125s on remedial speed therapy — with video and something called “words”

FIRST LOOK! 2021 KTM OFF-ROAD MODELS FROM FUEL-INJECTED TWO-STROKES TO STREET LEGAL OFF-ROADERS


KTM’s 2021 off-road line up offers a wide range of choices for the guy who wants to get away from it all

FIRST LOOK! 2021 KTM MINI, TWO-STROKE AND FOUR-STROKE MOTOCROSS MODELS


From the smallest Pee-Wee, actually there are two them, to the 125, 150 and 250 two-strokes to the romping stomping SXF 250, 350, 450

2004 125 two-stroke shootout

ON THE RECORD: 2004 125 TWO-STROKE SHOOTOUT


The MXA wrecking crew rounded up the five prime contenders and put them through their paces. Here is what we learned about the 2004 tiddlers

MXA RETRO TEST: WE RIDE GRANT LANGSTON’S AND RYAN HUGHES’ 2003 KTM 125SXs


The 2003 125 National Motocross Championship at Troy, Ohio, could have been an epic battle between Langston and Hughes, but It didn’t happen. Fate, in the form of a massive rainstorm, dealt a cruel blow to one of the two KTM racers.