The Rise and Fall of No Fear

WHAT COMES TO MIND WHEN YOU THINK OF NO FEAR? Maybe it’s the motocross gear that took the world by storm when Jeremy McGrath wore it in 1999? Or maybe it’s the T-shirts whose slogans suggested you were pushing the…

MX Captured #53 Unadilla 1993

For this edition of MX Captured, we are going to look back at the dusty 1993 Unadilla Motocross National.  Factory Honda’s Jeremy McGrath piloted his CR125R to second at Unadilla in 1993.  Credit: Paul Buckley In July of 1993, the…

Team Pro Circuit 1991-2018

In 1991, Mitch Payton launched one of the most influential independent teams in motocross history. Backed by Peak antifreeze and partnered with American Honda, Mitch Payton’s new squad burst onto the scene with a stable of young talent that quickly…

Inside Motocross Issue: 3

  Here is issue three of the iconic motocross magazine Inside Motocross. This one is one of my favorites, with some really cool classic ads and a few great interviews. As always, the photography is amazing. As before, I am…

Tell Us a Story, Doug Dubach

My whole life I thought Doug Dubach rode Suzuki’s for a couple of years and then switched to Yamaha’s which he proceeded to ride for the next thirty years or so. Dubach, Yamaha’s and O’Neal gear- just like the sun…

The Oral History of Two Two Motorsports

Chad Reed is an all-timer in the sport of supercross and motocross. As the veteran racer winds down his career, it’s important to note that at one time, Reed’s future in the sport was heavily questioned. In 2010, after one…

Boy Wonder: The Eddie Hicks Story

What happens when the can’t-miss kid misses? “People used to say that he was going to be the next Bob Hannah because he was in Palmdale and he used to ride all those desert tracks that Hannah grew up on,”…

MX Captured #52: The 1987 Unadilla Motocross Des Nations

For this edition of Motocross Captured we are going to take a look back at America’s first hosting of the Motocross des Nations at Unadilla, NY in 1987. In 1987, for the fortieth anniversary of the event, the Motocross des…

The Many Looks of Ron Lechien

There aren’t too many more bad dudes on a dirt bike than Ron “The Dogger” Lechien. And there aren’t too many racers who looked cooler on a bike than Ronnie either. With that in mind, Tony Blazier dug up some…

MX Captured #51

Today, most people think of eighties motocross as an era of big hair, short shorts and neon colors.

GP’s Classic Steel: 1990 YZ490

For this edition of GP’s Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at the last of Yamaha’s big-bore two-stroke YZs, the 1990 YZ490.

Classic Steel: 1987 80cc Shootouts

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at the mini-bike class of 1987. 

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