Get the most honest tests on all the motocross bikes mad over the last 15 years including Honda, Yamaha, KTM, Husqvarna, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and TMs.
The powerband that is so usable that it feels like a rheostat. You dial in the power and the lights get brighter, or dial it down for a little mood lighting
You can't tell a book by its cover — even an orange book. We read the KTM 350SXF for you from cover to cover
My kingdom for a blue valve cover, four wheel spacers and two axle lugs — and why they matter
Things you can't learn in one ride, one week or even one month — MXA puts the 2019 KX450 through a full test cycle
The 2000 Yamaha YZ250 was a seamless blend of usability
KTM has made a few changes to the 250 two-stroke for 2019. You will be surprised with the results
Our chief test rider Dennis Stapleton shakes down the all new TM 300MX two-stroke which features an electric start.
What do Airstream trailers, Volkswagen Beetles, vinyl records and two-strokes have in common?
RM125 vs. CR125 vs. YZ125 vs. KTM 125SX vs. KX125
The only 250 four-stroke that treaded water in 2019 — we tell you how to improve it
In 2007 the YZ125 earned the 125cc Bike of the Year award ten times in 11 years (losing only once to the KTM 125)
“Uncle Donnie” can rightfully be considered the originator of the motocross hop-up business.
The bike that won the 2018 World Two-Stroke Championship in the premier class, you'll be surprised with how stock it is!
The bike that Brownie raced to the 125 AMA Championship 17 years ago—and he'll be at the World Vet still racing this weekend
Finally, the Italian bike is fitting into the American way of life, riding styles, tracks and needs
You have to ask yourself, "What would Aristotle do?" Because that is the key to success in finding brand loyalty from 50cc to 450cc
For 2000, the KX engineers added more inertia to the drivetrain to help the KX125 churn out a broader powerband. Unfortunately, it didn’t work as well as they hoped
Testing a lowered chassis, pumped up engine and Rekluse clutch on a bike that loved each modification
We call this RM-Z450 the Factory Bike Assassin as it is powerful enough to beat them. Take it from Josh Grant himself
Don't judged TM by its past — you can't tell a book by its cover — the TM book has been rewritten
80 percent of Ryan Villopoto’s 2007 bike was made, modified or reconfigured in the Pro Circuit race shop. Not even the frame was left alone
The dream team of Jeremy McGrath, Ezra Lusk and Jeff Emig were injured so Ricky Carmichael, John Dowd and Doug Henry were chosen to race the 1998 MXDN in England and we got to ride all their bikes
We didn't think we were going to crash the factory steed the day before the National
Did the YZ400 have anything to fear?
Which means that it is just right for a rider looking of the offspring of a FC250 and FC450
The MXA wrecking crew wanted to know what kind of bike a hammerhead like RC really rides. What better way to find out than by riding race bike?
We loved Weston’s engine. There were no hiccups, dips or dead spots. And although powerful, it was easy to ride
Do you remember the Aloop XMX Freestyle bike?
The majority of privateers identify with MXA test rider Brian Medeiros, who holds down a 40-hour-a-week, five-day-a-week job — every penny he earns, he dumps into racing
AMA Pro racing will never give the two-stroke a fair shake in the political milieu of Supercross and the AMA Nationals. And that is where the story might have ended, but this is a do-it-yourself sport