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
Nothing is so new as the desperation late in series when the points tighten up, except maybe the acceptance that a new series will be starting in a month, so why sweat the past
When Honda's aluminum frame was in its teething stages it was jaw breaker rigid. Looking back, was it the way to go?
Remember those long shootouts that you scanned briefly before getting distracted by the dog? Well, here is the quick, easy and complete 2018 450 shootout in bite-size format
Dave Arnold always knew that I wanted to be a factory mechanic and said, "Hey, we could use you. I have an opening for a mechanic. Would you really be interested?"
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
That means it is a hodge-podge of slightly related tidbits of motorcycle news, trivia and foof that you can vex your enemies and entertain your friends with
Honda went all Star Wars on the cosmetics, plus water-cooled the 1981 CR125 and CR250, introduced the ill-fated CR450 and unveiled the stupidest front number plate in motocross history
The CRF250 engine is so one-dimensional that it gives up all the good stuff for a top end that isn’t good enough.
We take you there, but it's not the same as being there in person because you didn't have to drive on the 15 freeway
Willy Musgrave's flashback story about returning to his two-stroke roots
The hard work of Debbi, Dan, Kyoshi and Chillzone; If we missed anybody, we will probably get a photo of you next year—make plans now
Max has had factory rides at KTM, Honda and Husky—now he's TM Racing's big hope
The FMF single made more horsepower, revved through the power faster, got to the meat of the powerband quicker and made the Honda CRF450 easier to ride
When the season rolls into the meat of the schedule things start happening fast for two-strokes, Supercross and your local track
We take a look back to Honda's 2004 CR250 two-stroke. It had the third generation aluminum frame and strange electronic powerband feel. Do you remember?
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.
We have been called “Honda Action,” “Yamaha Action” and, most recently, “KTM Action, but we are "Motocross Action." All that matters to us is finding the best race bike.
The complexity of the job demands a hodgepodge of Honda parts from various CRs and CRFs for the rest of the bike. On paper, the 2008 Service Honda CR500AF may look like Frankenstein’s bike, but on the stand it looks like it was meant to be.
The only AMA Pro racer to win an 125 National, 250 National, 250 Supercross, Superbike road race, ABC-TV Superbikers, Athlete of the Year and be inducted into the AMA Hall of Fame
Seely sustained fractures to his sacrum and the left and right sides of his pelvis. He underwent an initial procedure Saturday evening to realign the pelvis.
Cooper Webb rode Ken Roczen high in a corner then Kenny came after him in the next corner and lost control and got his arm in the wheel and broke his hand. We have photos and comments from Ken before and after surgery
And this week it was Roczen's other arm, Hill's and the RM-Z250's dry spell, Bogle's short-lived return and Plessinger's big points lead
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There is nothing like listening to a 500cc two-stroke machine sing. We take this Service Honda CR500 AF to the max with no music. Only RAW two-stroke sound
The question is not whether to change or not, but whether the changes are good, bad or a lateral arabesques