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MXA test crew spent some labor of love with two radical two-strokes for this issue—then we raced both bikes at the 2017 World Two-Stroke Championships (getting a fifth and an 11th in the 250 Pro class with Johnny Jelderda and Dennis Stapleton). Racing them was the icing on the cake, setting them up was the real joy.
The MXA wrecking crew wanted to Americanize our Italian-built TM 300MX project bike, so we relied on a Dutchman to build it for us and a German to rework the suspension. Yeah, it doesn’t sound strange, but it worked great.
There were more 250 Pros at the 2017 MTA World Two-Stroke Championship than at the Hangtown National and the winner made more money, but don’t tell that the the AMA — they heard through the grapevine that two-strokes was dead.
You don’t need the advice that the MXperts hand out. That guy parked next to you with the 2004 KX250F knows the full skinny on all your pressing questions. However, we are there if you are parked between two guys who disagree.
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