RUMORS, GOSSIP & UNFOUNDED TRUTHS: HAPPY THANKSGIVING! TAKE THE DAY OFF & THEN GET BACK AT IT

STEFAN PIERER BUYS FELT BICYCLES TO EXPAND INTO THE E-BIKE MARKET

Stefan Pierer of KTM, Husqvarna and GasGas fame has bought Felt Bicycle from the Rossignol ski group. Rossignol had acquired the Southern California-based bike brand in 2017. Pierer, who owns three motorcycle brands under his Pierer Mobility umbrella, has been making moves into the bicycle industry as of late—with the introduction of a line Husqvarna e-bikes earlier this year and he hopes to expand its bicycle line in North America in the future under a separate entity named Pierer E-Bikes North America, Inc.

Obviously, there is a strong motocross connection to the Felt/Peirer business transaction. Jim Felt was a Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki and Kawasaki Factory mechanic in the 1980s, working with motocross champions Johnny O’Mara, Steve Wise and Broc Glover, while Stefan Pierer owns three motorcycle brands that race in motocross, trials, road race, enduro and Dakar. But, there are buts to the Felt/Pierer partnership.

First, there is already a KTM Bicycle company, but the KTM bicycle brand does not belong to Pierer Mobility. When Stefan Peirer originally negotiated to buy KTM, it did produce KTM bicycles, but Pierer didn’t buy the KTM bicycle brand—only the motorcycle division. KTM Bicycles is owned by the Urkauf family and is currently run by daughter Johanna Urkauf.

Jim Felt on the starting line with Broc Glover.

Second, There is no Jim Felt at Felt Bicycles. Jim Felt left Felt Bicycles back in 2017 after it was purchase by Rossignol—followed within the year by his two business partners Bill Duehring and Michael Muellmann

Stefan Pierer, the CEO of Pierer Mobility, said, “The acquisition of Felt Bicycles fits perfectly with the overall strategy of Pierer E-Bikes – that of becoming a global player in the field of two-wheel mobility, with both electric and non-electric bikes, across all cycling categories. With Felt we are able to expand our bicycle portfolio and also strongly enter the North American market with an established, high-performance brand. The company is also heavily involved in competition, which brings an extra attraction for us.” The company bought the Felt brand assets and business assets in Europe and North America. Felt employees will be integrated with the Pierer E-Bikes Gmbh group.

MXA VIDEO: WE TEST THE ALL-NEW 2022 YAMAHA YZ125 TWO-STROKE

MXA TEAM TESTED: EKS BRAND LUCID GOGGLES

After five years of development, EKS Brand’s Lucid goggle is finally here to provide clear vision and ultimate goggle function for the most demanding situations of motocross and off-road racing. With over 35 years of experience in the goggle business, EKS Brand is a family owned and operated goggle company that specializes in top-level quality at a reasonable price point.

The Lucid goggle is made with a stiff outer frame and a soft inner frame. The stiff outer frame is necessary for holding the thicker and heavier injection-molded lens. The soft inner frame works with added leverage from outriggers to help the goggle’s foam seal to your face. Plus, the outriggers move the strap away from the goggle, allowing more airflow into the side vents. The frame features a removable nose guard and an impressively simple quick-change lens tab.

The new Extreme Definition Optics (XDO) Lucid lenses are pre-curved, injection-molded, polycarbonate lenses that have greatly improved optical clarity over traditional flat lenses. The pre-curved lens is durable, impact-resistant, and is available in nine different tints and colors. The Lucid lens also has an anti-fog coating built into the plastic that makes it easier to clean and helps prevent dust from sticking to the inner goggle. Note: Refrain from cleaning any goggle lens with Windex, as polycarbonate is a strong material, but it’s not designed to be used with any glass cleaner.

Similar to the Oakley Prizm lens that was designed to enhance contrast so you can see terrain in better detail, EKS Brand’s optional Auburn Afterburner lens uses a special three-color tint to boost vision even further than with the XDO lens. The Auburn Afterburner lens uses a rose, grey and persimmon tint to enhance light on a cloudy day and brighten up shadows while also providing protection against harsh light. This technology originated in the skiing industry where cloudy days, bright reflections off snow and shadows are an everyday reality.

(EKS Brand tested many shapes and styles of face foam before landing on a wide, 20-mm-thick, three-layer face foam. Unlike most other face foams that are flat, the Lucid foam is 3D-molded and pre-shaped to fit your face for optimal comfort. The EKS Brand Lucid goggle can be used with standard tear-offs and stacks of  seven laminate tear-offs. The number of tear-offs MXA test riders use varies. In long motos where heavy roost is likely, they run up to 21 tear-offs in three stacks of seven laminates. Other less-picky testers use two to three standard tear-offs per race. Our testers liked the EKS Brand tear-offs and appreciated the integrated tear-off posts on the left outrigger, which made installing tear-offs easier.

We assigned our pickiest goggle testers to the EKS Brand Lucid goggle test. After racing in the Lucid goggles, there were three highlights that stuck out: First, the goggle’s ability to keep sweat off the inner lens is impressive. There was still some splash, but the 20mm foam and inner sweat channel directed most of the sweat away from the eyes and lens. Second, the injection-molded Extreme Definition Optics (XDO) lens was  clearer than a traditional lens, even with multiple tear-offs over it. The Auburn Afterburner lens was an instant favorite for any riding condition, because it helped define rocks and bumps more distinctly in the shadows. Third, the Wavelatch quick-change lens system made changing lenses easy.

DIGITS: $89.00 (clear lens), $99.00 (mirrored lens), $25.00 (replacement lenses)— www.eksbrand.com or (818) 706-1700.

MXA RATING: The rigid frame scared us initially; however, once we wore the goggles on the track, our worries disappeared as it conformed to our face. Plus, the injection-molded, pre-curved lens was noticeably better than any flat lens. We could see without distortion. This goggle battles with the best in the business in quality and beats them in price.

FOR TWO-STROKE PURISTS! ALL THE 2022 YAMAHA YZ125 ACTION WITHOUT THE TALKING HEADS OR MUSIC

 FCP RACING ENGINE MOUNTS BLACK FRIDAY SALE

FCP Racing black friday sale

2021 FIM 250 WORLD CHAMP MOVES TO THE 450 CLASS FOR 2022—WON’T DEFEND HIS TITLE

Yamaha has confirmed that reigning FIM 250 Motocross World Champion Maxime Renaux will step up to the premier 450cc MXGP class in 2022. The 21-year-old Frenchman signed a two-year deal with the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP team. Renaux has been in the Yamaha system ever since he was on a YZ85. As far back as 2015, Maxime won three EMX125 rounds on a GYTR-kitted YZ125 and won the 2015 Junior 125cc World Championship. After several seasons marred by injuries, he entered the 250 World Motocross Championships as a wild card entry in 2018 and in 2019, the then-18-year-old Renaux finished seventh in the 2019 250 World Championship. Last year, Renaux established himself as a 250 title threat when he finished third in the 2020 250 World Championships and joined the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory 250 team. In his debut season as a ‘Factory’ Yamaha rider, he scored to 14 podium finishes and 5 Grand Prix wins on his way to 2021 FIM 250 World Championship. For 2022, Renaux will join Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Coldenhoff under the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP awning.

Maxime Renaux said, “I’m really excited for the new challenge and the next chapter, to move to MXGP. I know it’s going to be an all-new challenge, and it is the most important part of my career because once you reach MXGP you are at the top, there is no class to move forward. I feel ready for it, and I am really looking forward to making this experience a good one, and a long one. I have tested the bike, and I feel already really good and really comfortable. I’ve been riding a 450 in the past, so it’s not a new bike for me, but it is the first time on a Factory YZ450FM, and I already feel super ready for it, so now we will spend the winter testing and developing the bike to suit me as best it can, so that we are ready for next season. I’m looking forward to everything.”

• “THIS WEEK IN MXA” WITH JOSH MOSIMAN: ALL YZ125, ALL THE TIME, WITH VILLOPOTO, ECKLUND, TOKARSKI & MCNEIL

SLR HONDA TEAM WINS THE BAJA 1000 FOR THE FOURTH STRAIGHT YEAR

There was a plenty of time for the SLR Honda team of Morgan, Samuels, Norman and Prieto to enjoy the scenery.

Two Honda teams swept the 54th SCORE International Baja 1000 with a one-two finish in the 1236-mile off-road event. The year the Baja 1000 followed the traditional “peninsula run” from Ensenada to La Paz. First overall in the Pro Moto Unlimited class went to the SLR Honda team. It was their fourth consecutive victory in the prestigious race, as well as the record 15th win for the Honda CRF450X. It was also the 31st overall motorcycle win for Honda, including the last seven straight and 24 of the last 25. The first motorcycle started at 2:00 a.m. on Thursday with SLR rider Justin Morgan fifth off the line. Morgan raced until mile 444, where team owner Mark Samuels took over and raced to mile 816. Kendall Norman then took the bike to mile 999, where he handed it off to Mexican native Brandon Prieto for the final stint. Their winning time was 23 hours, 7 minutes, 18 seconds. It was the sixth win for Samuels, the fourth for Morgan and the seventh for Baja veteran Norman, whose last victory had come back in 2011.

Mark Samuels said, “It was cool to get back down to the southern part of Baja, because it’s been a while since we got to. I actually really enjoy all the racing down here; it’s not as rough, and it’s pretty fun and flowy. Winning a peninsula run is awesome. I’ve been very close to doing it, and this one feels really good to get here first to the line. It’s a big one to win.”

Also impressive was the private, two-man Honda-mounted Champion Adventures team of Colton Udall and Derek Ausserbauer who battling hard with the SLR Honda team for the first half of the race before eventually taking their CRF450X to a strong runner-up finish (1 hour and 15 minutes back). The duo also earned the 1X plate for the season.

MXA AD OF THE WEEK: THE FAMOUS HONDA RED DOG AD

In 1990 Honda unleashed a whole new breed of CR and had this remarkably symbolic ad to illustrate it.

MXA VIDEO: WE TEST THE 2022 GASGAS MC 450F

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: TWIN AIR FILTER CLEANING SYSTEM

“The Twin Air cleaning system comes with a cleaning bucket, dirt remover, oiling tub, Liquid Power filter oil and contact cleaner. Pour the dirt remover into the cleaning bucket and you have a season’s worth of clean filters. The dirt and oil from your filter will settle to the bottom under the included wire rack. Washing the filter with soapy water afterwards is recommended. To re-oil, pour Liquid Power filter oil into the tub and fully submerge the filter in the oil. Squeeze the excess oil out into the tub for use another time (and use the contact cleaner to clean any oil residue).” —Twin Air’s Jeremy Garges. The retail price is $104.95 at www.twinairusa.com or (800) 749-2890.

MXA VIDEO: WE TEST THE 2022 KTM 350SXF

PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR A MOTOCROSSER! ROB ANDREWS “THE INSIDE LINE” HARDCOVER

Rob Andrews’ eagerly awaited new book, “The Inside Line: Racing the 500cc World Motocross Championship” is now available at www.theinsidelinebook.com.

The critically acclaimed book, “The Inside Line: Racing the 500cc World Motocross Championship” (Second Edition) is back on sale at www.insidelinebook.com. After receiving rave reviews from press and public alike, “The Inside Line” first press run sold out in three weeks. Now back in print “The Inside Line” offers a detailed, first-hand account of the life of a professional GP racer competing in the heydays of the 1980s. There are facts that will surprise you, anecdotes that will make you laugh, and brutally honest, never-before-published information.

Tracing the journey of the British former 500 GP star, from unremarkable amateur through to factory Kawasaki rider, GP contender, and member of Great Britain’s 1985 Motocross des Nations team, “The Inside Line” is a unique, comprehensive, and fascinating first-hand account of what it was really like to race in the 500cc World Motocross Championship during the 1980s.

“Inside Line, litho printed on the finest silk art paper, is a mammoth, heavyweight, 416-page hardback book of uncompromising quality. It has over 400 photographs from the sport’s most acclaimed photographers. Available for world-wide shipping, the book can be ordered at www.theinsidelinebook.com

• MXA VIDEO: WE TEST THE 2022 HUSQVARNA FC350

•  2022 AMA SUPERCROSS TV SCHEDULE: TIMES, CHANNELS & DAYS

All times Eastern (subtract three hours for Pacific Time Zone).

MXA PHOTO OF THE WEEK: LARS LARSSON WORKING ON HIS BIKE IN 1966 AT TILF, BELGIUM

Lars Larsson in Tilf, Belgium, banging on his old ’66 Husky back in 1966.

“Where did you ever find that photo?” asked Lars when we showed it to him. “The year was 1966, and the photo was shot while I was camping in a small town called Tilf just outside of Liege, Belgium. That was the place where lots of Grand Prix riders stayed between races in Europe. It was the place to be, because from Tilf, you could take off on a Friday or Saturday and easily reach Holland, Germany or France in just a few hours. Then, on Sunday when the race was over, you could head back to your home away from home. That may seem strange to modern motocross racers, but this was the dream life for a young guy. Tilf was where all the ‘old guys’ like Bill Nilsson, Sten Lundin and Rolf Tibblin were hanging out between GPs. To get to know these idols, be part of the Grand Prix community, go to restaurants with them, listen to their stories and learn from them was all that a young racer could ask for.”

“I won the Cinzano vermouth bottle at a race in Italy that week, so I had it out to brag about it. I took that bottle back to Sweden and kept it in my parents’ house until my 40th birthday in 1981. Then I opened it and used it as a welcome drink for the party guests. Mmm, it was good!”

55 years after the photo of Lars was shot in Tilf, this is Lars Larsson on his way to the Over-80 World Vet Motocross Championship two weeks ago. Note that both bikes have number 13 on them—Lars isn’t superstitious.

“The car in the background is a 1959 Mercedes 190D. It was an old taxi cab that I got for around $2000. I had to give my mom an IOU because she lent me the money to buy it. At night, I could fold the seats down, pump up the air mattress, put a sleeping bag on top of it and ‘Hotel Larsson’ was ready.”

MXA VIDEO: 2022 KTM 250SXF VIDEO TEST

2022 FIM 250/450 WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE

Take this MXGP schedule with a grain of salt—it will change, probably next week. The 2022 MXGP calendar features 20 Grands Prix along with the Monster Energy FIM Motocross des Nations which will be held at Red Bud on September 25, 2022.

2022 FIM GRAND PRIX CHAMPIONSHIP (TENTATIVE)
Feb. 20…Matterley Basin, England
Mar. 6…TBA, Argentina
Mar. 20…TBA
Mar. 27…Oss, Holland
April 10…Trentino, Italy
Apr. 24…Kegums, Latvia
May 1…Orlyonok, Russia
May 15…Rio Sardo, Sardinia.
May 29…Intu Xanadu, Spain
June 5…Ernee, France
June 12…Teutschenthal, Germany
June 26…Jakarta, Indonesia
July 3…Semarang, Indonesia
July 17…Locket, Czech Republic
July 24…Lommel, Belgium
Aug. 7…Uddevalla, Sweden
Aug. 14…KymiRing, Finland
Aug 21…St. Jean d’ Angely, France
Sept. 4…Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
Sept.18…TBA

MXA VIDEO: 2022 HONDA CRF450 VIDEO TEST

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: O’NEAL SPLIT CHEST PROTECTOR

The new, lightweight Split chest protector from O’Neal is made with injected plastic parts and bio-foam padding for optimum comfort. It has the perfect fit with multiple size adjustments on its shoulder pads and waist closure. The front and back pieces are detachable for multiple combination options, and it’s compatible with neck braces as well. Front and back meet EN 14021 certification. Designed with a slim design and for optimum ventilation, it can be worn under or over the jersey. The retail price is $99.99 at www.oneal.com or (805) 426-3300.

2022 AMA 250/450 NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE

2022 AMA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
May 28…Pala, CA
June 4…Hangtown, CA
Jun 11…Thunder Valley, CO
June 18…Mt. Morris, PA
July 3…Red Bud, MI
July 9…Southwick, MA
July 16….Millville, MN
July 23….Washougal, WA
Aug. 13…Unadilla, NY
Aug. 20…Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 27…Crawfordsville, IN
Sept. 3…Pala, CA

• MXA VIDEO: 2022 YAMAHA YZ250 TWO-STROKE VIDEO TEST

• 2022 AMA MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS SCHEDULE

2022 AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 8…Anaheim, CA
Jan. 15…Oakland, CA
Jan. 22…San Diego, CA
Jan. 29…Anaheim, CA
Feb. 5…Glendale, AZ
Feb. 12…Anaheim, CA
Feb. 19… Minneapolis, MN
Feb. 26… Arlington, TX
Mar. 5…Daytona Beach, FL
Mar. 12…Detroit, MI
Mar. 19…Indianapolis, IN
Mar. 26…Seattle, WA
Apr. 9…St. Louis, MO
Apr. 16…Atlanta, GA
Apr. 23…Foxborough, MA
Apr. 30…Denver, CO
May 7…Salt Lake City, UT

MXA VIDEO: WE TEST THE 2022 KTM 450SXF

BIKES YOU’VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE: MAZZILLI RCS 125

The first run of Mazzilli 125s was limited to 90 machines. Giorgio Mazzilli hated that most of the off-road bikes he raced were based on street machines. He built his bike to be a dirt bike from the ground up.

Manufactured by Giorgio Mazzilli from 1970 to 1976, Mazzilli Motorcycles showed considerable innovation for the time, not the least of which was placing the air filter intake on top of the gas tank on some models to allow the bike to cross rivers without stalling out. Giorgio Mazzilli, a trained engineer, was an off-road rider in his youth on Gilera, Capriolo and Laverda.


In Italy they hold Mazzilli Reunions every couple years. This is the late Giorgio Mazzilli in 2016.

He made his first prototype bike in 1969, at the age of 40, which used a Maico engine with a frame of his own design. His plan was to built enduro and motocross bikes using readily available two-stroke engines from Sachs.  After testing this frame with the Maico engine, he built his a second prototype only this time with a Sachs five-speed 125 engine.

This is the 1972 Mazzilli enduro model with a Sachs engine and the intake for the Bing carb on top of the gas tank.

Mazzilli placed an order for five Sachs engines, both 100cc and 125cc, to build five proof-of-concept machines that he and his friends could race in 1970. Given the excellent results obtained in racing the five bikes, he fired up the production line and started making a run of 90 motorcycles for the 1971 model year. In 1972 Giorgio added the air filter intake to the gas tank and produced 100 copies. Ready for the third series of Mazzilli, he redesigned the look for 1974 and added a continuous saddle-tank connection.

1974 Mazzili 125 RCS with a Sachs engine.

1975 Mazzilli 175 with a polished aluminum tank, Ceriani forks, Marzochhi shocks, Preston Petty plastic and a Minarelli engine.

1975 saw the arrival of the Mazzilli Tubone model, named for the peculiar shape of the muffler. His final run of bikes featured aluminum gas tanks and Preston Petty fenders, headlights and mudguards. From 1970 through 1975, Giorgio Mazzilli built off-road machines in sizes from 49cc to 248cc — including the RSC125 and the LHS125 enduro. In total Mazzilli produced 400 machines. There was even a Jawa-powered 125 in 1972. Giorgio Mazzilli died in 2017 at the age of 87.

RED BULL DAY IN THE DIRT ON NOV. 26-28 AT GLEN HELEN

For more info go to www.dayinthedirt.com

• REM MOTOCROSS IS BACK AT GLEN HELEN ON DECEMBER 4

To find out how to join the REMolution go to www.remsatmx.com or Click Here

MXA VIDEO: WE TEST THE 2022 KTM 150SX

9TH ANNUAL KURT CASELLI RIDE DAY ON DEC. 4 AT PALA RACEWAY


For more info go to www.kurtcaselli.com.

• KYLE YARNELL MEMORIAL TEAM RACE ON DECEMBER 5

For more info go to www.glenhelen.com

DID YOU MISS THE 2021 DUBYA WORLD VET MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP—SEE IT HERE!

HAVE YOU SEEN THE DECEMBER 2021 ISSUE OF MXA? IT IS THE BEST DEAL IN THE SPORT!

If you don’t subscribe to MXA, you are missing a whole different world of motocross news, facts, test and photographs. For example, the just released December 2021 issue includes a complete and thorough test of Andy Jefferson’s 2022 GasGas MC366F. You read that right! It has a 366cc engine that has more torque, without giving up any of the revs of a traditional 350cc engine. In the same note, MXA’s Josh Mosiman decided to race the Hangtown National to see if he could qualify for the “Fast 40” after two years off the circuit. No big deal given the Josh has raced lots of Nationals before, but this time he decided to do it on a box-stock 2022 KTM 450SXF—stock engine (no pipes, ignitions or pistons), stock forks (right off the showroom floor), stock WP shock (not even a spring change). He only made two changes—he installed a Guts Wing seat and Jody made him run Husqvarna Rockstar Edition wheels. Read his story to find out how he and his stocker fared. When you’re done reading the bike tests (2022 CRF250, KX450, TC125 and YZ250F), you might want learn a little bit about the famous “Junkyard Dog.” We track down John Dowd for a full rundown on his racing career and what he’s doing now. Plus, much, muh, much more.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO MXA SO THAT YOU NEVER MISS ANOTHER ISSUE, PLUS GET A $25 ROCKY MOUNTAIN GIFT CREDIT TO COVER YOUR COSTS

You can’t afford not to subscribe, because when you get order a $19.95 subscription, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC sends you a $25 gift credit to use on anything you want from their massive selection. Plus, subscribers to MXA can get the digital mag on their iPhone, iPad, Kindle or Android by going to the Apple Store, Amazon or Google Play or in a digital version. Even better you can subscribe to Motocross Action and get the awesome print edition delivered to your house by a uniformed employee of the U.S. Government. Do we have to mention the $25 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC gift card again? You can’t lose on this deal? Call (800) 767-0345 or Click Here (or on the box at the bottom of this page) to subscribe.

MXA VIDEO: 2022 YAMAHA YZ250F VIDEO TEST

• TENTATIVE 2022 RACE SCHEDULES

2022 AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 8…Anaheim, CA
Jan. 15…Oakland, CA
Jan. 22…San Diego, CA
Jan. 29…Anaheim, CA
Feb. 5…Glendale, AZ
Feb. 12…Anaheim, CA
Feb. 19… Minneapolis, MN
Feb. 26… Arlington, TX
Mar. 5…Daytona Beach, FL
Mar. 12…Detroit, MI
Mar. 19…Indianapolis, IN
Mar. 26…Seattle, WA
Apr. 9…St. Louis, MO
Apr. 16…Atlanta, GA
Apr. 23…Foxborough, MA
Apr. 30…Denver, CO
May 7…Salt Lake City, UT

2022 FIM GRAND PRIX CHAMPIONSHIP (TENTATIVE)
Feb. 20…Matterley Basin, England
Mar. 6…TBA, Argentina
Mar. 20…TBA
Mar. 27…Oss, Holland
April 10…Trentino, Italy
Apr. 24…Kegums, Latvia
May 1…Orlyonok, Russia
May 15…Rio Sardo, Sardinia.
May 29…Intu Xanadu, Spain
June 5…Ernee, France
June 12…Teutschenthal, Germany
June 26…Jakarta, Indonesia
July 3… Semarang, Indonesia
July 17…Locket, Czech Republic
July 24…Lommel, Belgium
Aug. 7…Uddevalla, Sweden
Aug. 14…KymiRing, Finland
Aug 21…St. Jean d’ Angely, France
Sept. 4…Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
Sept. 18…TBA

2022 AMA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
May 28…Pala, CA
June 4…Hangtown, CA
Jun 11…Thunder Valley, CO
June 18…Mt. Morris, PA
July 3…Red Bud, MI
July 9…Southwick, MA
July 16….Millville, MN
July 23….Washougal, WA
Aug. 13…Unadilla, NY
Aug. 20…Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 27…Crawfordsville, IN
Sept. 3…Pala, CA

2022 KICKER ARENACROSS SERIES
Jan. 7-8…Loveland, CO
Jan. 14-15…Amarillo, TX
Jan. 21-22…Oklahoma City, OK
Jan. 28-29…Greensboro, NC
Feb. 4-5…Reno, NV
Feb. 11-12…Denver, CO

2022 WORCS OFF-ROAD SCHEDULE
Jan. 21-23…Primm, NV
Feb. 18-20…Glen Helen, CA
Mar. 11-13…Lake Havasu City, AZ
Apr. 8-10…Taft, CA
Apr. 29-May 1…Las Vegas, NV
May 27-29…Cedar City, UT
Sept. 16-18…Preston, ID
Oct. 14-16…Mesquite, NV
Nov 4-6…Primm, NV

2022 GERMAN ADAC MOTOCROSS MASTERS
Apr. 3…Princely Drehna
May 22…Dreetz
June 19…Möggers
July 3…Bielstein
July 10…Tensfeld
July 31…Gaildorf
Sept. 4…Jauer
Sept. 11…Holzgerlingen

2022 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Sept. 25… Red Bud.Michigan

SUBSCRIBE TO MXA AND DIRT BIKES GET GET $50 IN ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATV/MC CREDITS


To get this awesome deal of two magazine subscriptions and $50 to spend on motocross parts, gear or accessories by Clicking Here

MXA YOUTUBE CHANNEL | HIT THAT SUBSCRIBE BUTTON

The MXA wrecking crew is everything moto related. Check out our MXA YouTube channel for bike reviews, Supercross coverage, rider interviews and much more. And don’t forget to hit that subscribe button.

• MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: MOTOCROSS ACTION CASUAL WEAR

MXA PREMIX T-SHIRT—$29.95

MXA VINTAGE T-SHIRT—$29.95

MXA JAPANESE LOGO T-SHIRT—$29.95

MXA 80s T-SHIRT—$29.95

To see more MXA T-shirts and all the available colors Click Here

TALK MOTO WITH ON MXA’S FACEBOOK GROUP CHAT

We love everything moto and want to bring all moto junkies together into one place to share their two cents, ideas, photos, bike fixes, bike problems and much more. To check it out first you must need to or already have a Facebook account. If you don’t, it isn’t much work and you could even have an alias so nobody knows it is you. To join click HERE. After you request to join we will accept your request shortly after.

• FOLLOW MXA ON TWITTER

mxactiontwitter1Follow us to see fresh content every day at www.twitter.com/MXAction or on Twitter at “MXAction.”

Photos Credits: Debbi Tamietti, Kawasaki, KTM, MXGP, Trevor Nelson, Ray Archer, Jon Ortner, Brian Converse, Honda, Yamaha, Husqvarna, Daryl Ecklund, Yamaha, MXA archive

You might also like