“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #178 “2005 Kawasaki KX250”

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at Kawasaki’s all-new KX250 for 2005. With the two-stroke 250’s era of dominance quickly drawing to a close, Kawasaki threw one last major update at the…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #43 “1993 Boyesen Ads”

 For this edition of Classic Ink we are going to take a look back at a some iconic Boyesen ads from 1993.  Inside Motocross featured some of the best MX ads in the business in 1993. In 1992, photographer Fran…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #177 “1993 250 Shootout”

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at how the 250 class of 1993 stacked up in the magazines of the time.  There were lots of great choices available in the 1993 250…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #42 “On the Line Racing”

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to take a look back at one of the coolest mail-order companies of the early nineties, On the line Racing. In the early 1990s, if you were looking to build a…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #176 “1997 Suzuki RM250”

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to look back at one of the more controversial machines of the 1990s, Suzuki’s 1997 RM250. Aside from a slight change in graphics, the 1997 RM250 looked nearly identical to its…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #41 “1976 RM Lineup”

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to take a look back at the ads for Suzuki’s awesome all-new RM lineup for 1976.  Simple and to the point, Suzuki went with a clever school chalkboard vibe with their…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #175 “1989 Yamaha YZ250”

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at Yamaha’s YZ250 for 1989. In 1989, Yamaha’s YZ250 looked very much like a warmed-over version of the ’88 machine, but that familiar appearance hid a…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #40 “Answer Silencers”

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to take a look back at the heyday of Answer Racing’s two-stroke racing silencers. Today, it would be hard to imagine a “works replica” engine kit that did not include a…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #174 “2005 Honda CRF450R”

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at the second generation of Honda’s revolutionary CRF450R.  In 2005, Honda introduced the second generation of their revolutionary CRF450R to rave reviews. Lighter, leaner, and more…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #39 “The Scott Boot”

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to take a look back at Scott USA’s innovative attempts to reinvent the motocross boot.  One of the pioneering companies of early American motocross, Scott USA used its years of ski…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #173 “1992 Suzuki RM 125”

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to look back at Suzuki’s all-new RM125 for 1992.  In 1992, Suzuki unveiled the most outlandish-looking line of motocross machines ever. Thankfully, underneath those clown-show graphics beat the heart of a…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #38: One Industries “Hurricane Kit”

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to take a look back at One Industries’ awesomely successful Hurricane Kit from the late nineties. Today, the idea of a yellow YZ does not seem all that novel but in…

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