How to make a great bike better, by applying common sense, a lots of laps and the right people to help
The Americanization of a high-tech Italian two-stroke thanks to a unique Dutch connection
TM, the Italian bike manufacturer, has been around for many years, and their claim to fame (as far as a marketing strategy goes) is that they are the only manufacturer offering a full-blown factory bike to the public
Finally, the Italian bike is fitting into the American way of life, riding styles, tracks and needs
Mama mia, that’s some spicy MXer!
Our chief test rider Dennis Stapleton shakes down the all new TM 300MX two-stroke which features an electric start.
Don’t judged TM by its past — you can’t tell a book by its cover — the TM book has been rewritten
The 2019 TM MX250-FI is as exotic as they come—from its gear driven cams to its twice pipe to its Italian design to its central gas tank, this bike is special
The Americanization of Ralf Schmidt and the exotic Italian motocross bikes he imports to the United States
TM does not have a four-year production cycle like the Japanese manufacturers. The company makes changes when it feels they are needed. For 2018, big changes were made to the TM MX125.