“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…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #172 -1989 Honda CR250R

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at one of the most iconic machines of the 1980s, Honda’s 1989 CR250R.  After wowing the industry with an all-new CR250R in 1988, Big Red was…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #37 Yamaha ATV’s

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to take a look back at a great Yamaha ad campaign from the heyday of sport ATVs here in America. Performance ATVs were big business in the 1980s and Yamaha had…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #171: 1980 Kawasaki KX125

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at Kawasaki’s all-new KX125 A-6 for 1980. All-new from the ground up, the 1980 KX125 was one of the most advanced machines in motocross in 1980…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #36: “Pro Circuit Evolution”

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to look back at Pro Circuit’s rise from Husqvarna hop-up shop to performance powerhouse.  After his career-ending injury, Mitch Payton focused his passion for racing on improving the Swedish-made race bikes…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #170 “1996 125cc Machines”

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at how the 125 class of 1996 faired in the enthusiast magazines of the time.  The 1996 season brought with it the most competitive lineup of…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #35: 1990 CR250R

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to look back at the ad for one of my all-time favorite motorcycles, Honda’s all-new 1990 CR250R.  Today, print ads are all but a lost art within the motocross industry. The…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Steel #169 1986 YZ250

For this edition of Classic Steel, we are going to take a look back at Yamaha’s all-new YZ250 for 1986. All-new for 1986, Yamaha’s YZ250 offered pro-oriented power and a much-improved handling package. Photo Credit: Yamaha The mid-eighties were a…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink 34: 1987 Suzuki Ads

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to take a look back at Suzuki’s colorful ad for their 1987 RM lineup.  Considering Suzuki’s fortunes of late it might be time to bust that computer out of mothballs. Photo…

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