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98 YOUTH MOVEMENT
Husqvarna has never offered much to
younger riders. As of now, that’s changed.
Between the TC85, the TC65 and the
TC50, Husky is building a base for the
104 PROJECT BIKE SPOTLIGHT
Since Kawasaki arrived with a new
KX250F for 2017, the aftermarket
has been struggling to catch up.
FMF, Vertex, Tusk and Cycra have
answered the call.
108 WORCS LAS VEGAS
Off-road racing isn’t new to Las
Vegas, but WORCS has taken the concept to another level with a race contained completely within the grounds
of the Orleans Hotel and Casino.
114 MTA TWO-STROKE
Remember when two-stroke racing
was mainstream? Actually, it wasn’t
that long ago; last April to be exact.
The MTA Two-Stroke Championship
parties like it’s 1999.
120 BOISE INTER-AM
In MX history, Boise, Idaho, is remembered as the site of America’s first
unqualified victory over European
riders. That’s worth celebrating.
14 RAW FILES
28 RIDERS WRITE
82 SUBSCRIPTION INFO/GIFT CARD
90 THE GOODS
126 PRODUCT TESTS
130 NEW PRODUCTS
132 MR. KNOW-IT-ALL
138 BACK IN THE DAY