Since Japan had a “tiered” driver’s license program that limited younger riders to 400cc, Yamaha chose 400cc for the Japanese domestic models and 500cc for the American market
Jody & Tom sum up a life well lived
A life well spent on the seat of dirt bike
Industry icon honored as he battles cancer
One of the sport's greatest ambassadors
Built from the ashes of BSA
Insider advice on how to be a motocross magnate
How this race has become a family affair
The things you don’t know about a motorcycle icon
Honoring those who made a difference in our sport
MOTOCROSS ACTION PHOTO OF THE DAY: YOU’VE HEARD OF HIM, BUT DID YOU KNOW HE WAS A DIRT TRACKER FIRST
?I just found these photos recently and, in my world, they capture me at my best. This at the old Adelanto racetrack, now known as Racetown 395. Don England had moved his race program from Huntington Beach to Adelanto and built a 1/2 mile and a TT (which was my favorite). ?At the end of the race program, Don would ask all of the class winners (in every class from 100 Novice to Open Pro) to race a Sweepstakes race. And to make it interesting we ran the track backwards. The start was staggere...
STARTING POINT: ?My dad owned White Brothers, and I grew up working there. He had me working there when I was 8 years old, and I?ve been in the industry ever since. I?ve always wanted to work for myself. When the opportunity came up to take over the importation of Talon, it seemed like the time to start my own business. We started with Talon and have quickly grown with Kite, DID, Excel and Galfer.? THE JOB: ?I talk to customers, process orders and make sure we are offering the right products. We are a s...
JOHN ANDERSON QTM MARKETING DIRECTOR STARTING POINT : ?I was a racer, cleaning pools and doing different jobs before I got started as a delivery driver for White Brothers in 1985. I spent 20 years at White Brothers before accepting an offer to work for QTM and develop their offroad and supermoto market. My wife works here, too, so it's been great.? THE JOB : ?QTM isn?t a large company, and I get to do a little bit of everything. I spend time interacting with all the race teams, approaching magazines, vi...