“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #162: 1984 KX80

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at Kawasaki’s 1984 KX80.  In the early eighties Kawasaki’s KX80 was the brand’s first true success story. Blazing fast and dripping with the latest in motocross…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink KTM’s 1987 125 MX

For this edition of Classic Ink we are going to take a look back at an ad for KTM’s 1987 125 MX.  Today, KTM is the industry powerhouse in off-road motorcycling. They offer the widest range of models over three…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #161: 1991 Suzuki RM125

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at Suzuki’s boldly-styled RM125 for 1991.  In 1991 Suzuki revamped the look of their entire lineup with a fresh color pallet and a set of very…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #26: 1985-86 Kawasaki KX Ads

In 1985, Kawasaki was the bike to have in the 125 class and was just starting to become a serious contender in the 250 and 500 divisions. After nearly two decades of producing highly mediocre motocross machines, the green team…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel 160: 1989 Suzuki RMX250

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at the machine that heralded Suzuki’s return to the high-performance off-road market, the all-new 1989 RMX250.  After half a decade on the sidelines, Suzuki jumped back…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink 25 “RJ to JT”

The late eighties were a great time for fans of motocross gear. New technology was increasing rider comfort and bold designs from perennial powerhouses like JT and upstarts such as Fox and AXO were pushing the envelopes of motocross aesthetics.…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #159: 1994 Honda CR250R

For this edition of Classic Steel, we’re going to take a look back at Honda’s 1994 CR250R.  The winningest machine in motocross, Honda’s CR250R marched into 1994 with a list of changes aimed at broadening its pro-focused appeal. Photo Credit:…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink 24: Fox Racing 1991

For this edition of Classic Ink we are going to take a look back at Fox Racing’s Spring lineup for 1991. Blaze:  The new Chameleon boot was very attractive and plenty innovative with its interchangeable buckles and logos but it…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel 158: 1988 Kawasaki KX250

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at Kawasaki’s all-new KX250 for 1988.  After introducing an all-new KX250 in 1987, Kawasaki was back once again with a completely redesigned 250 Kwacker for 1988.…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #23: 1978 CR125M Elsinore

In 1978, the Honda CR125M Elsinore was the perfect example of putting lipstick on a pig. When the smaller Elsie had made its debut for the ’74 model year it was an absolute revelation. Light, fast, well-built, and inexpensive, the CR125M…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel 157: 1986 Yamaha TT350

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at Yamaha’s mid-eighties XR-fighter, the 1986 TT350.  In 1986 Yamaha launched its competitor to Honda’s popular XR350R. Part YZ motocrosser and part XT dual-sport, the all-new…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink 22: Shift

Emig’s irreverent attitude and partying persona were the perfect matches for Shift’s desired image in 1997. Photo Credit: Shift Shift Racing is a brand that has had its ups and downs. Originally, the Shift brand came out of a disagreement…

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