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WE TEST THE 1999 KAWASAKI KX125

Everything you need to know about the 1999 Kawasaki KX125 — it's not 19 years too late if your old one is still in the garge

WE TEST THE 2007 SUZUKI RM125 TWO-STROKE

It is easy to look at the 2007 Suzuki RM125 and see a throwback to an ancient era. You don’t have to be an archeologist to catalog the relics: steel frame, revvy powerband and unchanged exterior

MXA VIDEO | WE RIDE THE 2018 KTM 85SX TWO-STROKE

For this MXA First Ride video we hopped a leg over the all-new 2018 KTM 85SX two-stroke. This bike features WP AER 43mm air forks, no tools air box, hydraulic clutch and many of the similar parts you will see across the KTM line up

MXA MOTOCROSS RACE TEST: 2018 KTM 250SX TWO-STROKE

The gun-and-run style of power, with its need to shift on the bubble, was awesome for skilled two-stroke racers. It was just a little too high maintenance for the less skilled, but there are cheap cures

MXA’S 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

2018 YAMAHA YZ65 | MXA FIRST RIDE VIDEO

For this First Ride video of the 2018 Yamaha YZ65, we get our MXA mini test rider on the all-new mini ripper to give you a first impression of the bike

ON RECORD | WE TEST THE 2004 HONDA CR250

Honda made five changes to the 2004 CR250 engine. They needed to make changes as the YZ, RM and KTM barked right by it. Unfortunately, Honda didn't try hard enough

WE TEST THE 2004 SUZUKI RM250

In 2004 the king of the 250 two-stroke class was against the Yamaha YZ250 and the Suzuki RM250. We give you a test that compares the two bikes competing for the throne

WE TEST THE 2005 SUZUKI RM85L

It was 13 years ago when the “L” designated the RM85 as a big wheel, but that was easily recognizable by the larger wheels and increased ground clearance.

WE TEST THE 2004 HONDA CR125 MOTOCROSS BIKE

The CR125 engine in comparison to the KTM 125SX was four horsepower off. At 10,500 rpm there was more than a seven horsepower deficit. What did Honda do about it? Nothing.