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2022 INDY SUPERCROSS RESULTS

Eli Tomac overcame a brutally deteriorating track in Indy to win his third race in a row in the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross season. Most of the race saw Justin Barcia out front of a tightly grouped pack. At one point, Jason Anderson passed for the lead, but then he and Barcia collided. That put […]

INDY ONE SUPERCROSS RESULTS: FINALLY ROCZEN!

The 2021 Monster Energy Supercross season moved to Indianapolis for round four at Lucas Oil Stadium this week. Ken Roczen came into the event with a small points lead and a little bit of an attitude after losing what seemed like a sure win at Houston three on the final lap. This time, he held […]

SUPERCROSS POLITICS, 1994: CLASSIC DECOSTER

Even in 1994, Supercross politics were volatile. In the November, 1994 issue of Dirt Bike, Roger DeCoster wrote about a short-lived split between the AMA and the promoters. The issues of the day were much the same as they are now. Here we go again. On August 11, 1994 the American supercross promoters (Mickey Thompson, […]

2020 SUPERCROSS STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 14

We have reached the halfway point of the seven-race stand that Monster Energy Supercross has planned for Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City. So far, it’s a standoff between Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac and KTM’s Cooper Webb, each having won two races. Tomac’s lead in the series is greater than ever, though, as a result […]

JUSTIN COOPER PRACTICE: RAW VIDEO

Justin Cooper fired the first shot in the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season. For those who have been watching him in the off-season, it was no surprise. Here’s how he spent his summer vacation at the Yamaha test track.

ANAHEIM 1 POST-RACE PHOTO GALLERY

Dirt Bike Magazine took part in the 2020 Anaheim 1 opening round of Supercross. Justin Barcia came out swinging with a huge win over a stacked group of 450 riders while Justin Cooper captured a win on his Yamaha YZ250F in the West Coast 250 class.

MARVIN MUSQUIN INJURY UPDATE

After a testing incident, Marvin Musquin has returned to France for knee surgery and will miss the entire 2020 Supercross season. In a KTM press release, Musquin reveals it was simply a hard landing on KTM’s Corona test track that caused the damage. The press release follows: The Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team regretfully […]

Ricky Carmichael’s Championship Winning Honda CR250

Ricky Carmichael’s Championship Honda CR250 is undoubtedly one of the most iconic race bikes of the past 15 years. Ricky was able to capture a perfect season, battle against new contenders, and fight adversity within to become better know as the GOAT (greatest of all time). Dirt Bike Magazine sat down with Erik Kehoe (race […]

2019 LAS VEGAS SUPERCROSS POST-RACE GALLERY

The finale to another roller coaster year of Monster Energy Supercross wrapped up in Las Vegas over the weekend. A big surprise was Dylan Ferrandis taking a 250 Supecross title away from Adam Cianciarulo and an exciting moment for Cooper Webb winning his first 450 title and marking another tally in the KTM win book.

INSIDE DYLAN FERRANDIS’S STAR RACING YAMAHA YZ250F

Dirt Bike Magazine hopped on a plane to Mile High Stadium, a location that hasn’t seen a Supercross in 23 years. On our trip we met up with mechanic Alex Campbell. Alex is the wrench for the #34 of Dylan Ferrandis who currently sits in 2nd place in the 250SX West Championship with only 1 round to go. Although Dylan’s bike didn’t have the red plate on it for the shoot, it very well could by the end of the season.

2019 Daytona Supercross Race Gallery

The world center of racing hosted once again the Daytona Supercross in Florida. The fastest in the world competed all day in hopes of joining a list of legends like Ricky Carmichael, Chad Reed, and Jeremy McGrath . Kawasaki came out on top in both the 250 and 450 class with Austin Forkner and Eli Tomac.

Inside Malcolm Stewart’s Smart Top/MCR Honda CRF450R

Malcolm Stewart started the 2019 season with more speed and aggressive riding than we have seen from him since entering the 450 class. Unfortunately, Malcolm suffered from a season ending injury and was unable to continue racing. Just before his crash, Malcolm was battling for podium positions and qualifying with the best during timed practice. […]