Mark Kiel captured this great shot of Rocket Rex Staten on his CZ during practice at the 1975 U.S.G.P. at Carlsbad.
Here is another shot of Rex leading the 1975 U.S.G.P. It is dedicated to Harry Klemm “Rex’s Mechanic”. If you have not read his story about that day, you should. What a great Behind The scenes story about Harry, Rex & CZ at the 1975 U.S.G.P., welding broken motor mounts in between motos and trying to find a cure for Rex’s hands that were hamburger after moto one, which he led until things started coming apart.


To build a supercross track it takes 12,000 tons of dirt, six to seven thousand sheets of plywood and a whole lotta manpower and hours to make it happen.


Roczen’s Honda differs from Seely’s in the KYB suspension, slight power mods targeting more bottom and less hit plus the electric start. Notice that there is no kick starter. Some question the weight gain over a kicker, but remember that Ken came off a Suzuki, which outweighs the Honda by almost 18 pounds.
Electric start, works pegs and shifter, a red chromed shock spring are just a few of the trick parts that KR’s Honda is fit with.

Josh Grant’s factory Kawa uses a new verison of the Showa fork which is basically a spring fork, fit with air assist.

Tomac’s Factory KX450 uses KYB suspension, his choice of dampers for the last two years (including his Honda gig).

Both Chad Reed and Cooper Webb have works hydraulic clutches. Suspension is KYB AOSS spring fork, revised from last year. Both use XTrig clamps, shock adjusters and Pro Circuit exhausts fit with Chad’s YZ getting a new resonance chambers that target enhanced bottom power.


Shane McElrath’s TLD KTM was fit with a special FMF Mega Bomb that has a new side draft chamber that targets bottom power. Last year they ran longer headers to get this power, with the new system they’re back to the shorter head pipe.


Ken Roczen’s attire was the buzz of the press conference. A small Fox logo adorned his tie, but his suit lacked the sponsor logos that every other driver has slapped on their shirts and hats.



The Nihilo Concepts Tribe is off to a phenomenal start this Supercross season in both the 250 Lites and 450 SX Class!

Ryan Dungey, Marvin Musquin and Shane McElrath all use the Nihilo Concepts One Piece Billet Titanium Foot Peg.




Brilliant colors highlight the Tech 10 and the Alpine Stars gloves. The Limited Edition ‘Radiant’ Tech 10 fuses all the performance innovations of the iconic Tech 10 with an exclusive color combination. Bright and vivid, the ‘Radiant’ Tech 10 features a fluo yellow lower chassis, a luminous pink front upper, and a bright white shin plate. To complete the look, the rear of the boot is sleek black with an Alpinestars logo accented in white. The result, a vibrant, high performance motocross boot worthy to be debuted at one of the most exciting Supercross rounds of the year.

Maxima Racing Oils Announces Supercross Teams for 2017

Maxima has announced technical partnerships for the 2017 season. Teams will exclusively use the full line of Maxima Racing Oils in their attempts to claim the top spot of the podium throughout the 2017 racing season.


450SX Monster Energy/Kawasaki: 3 Eli Tomac, 33 Josh Grant.  Smartop/MCR/Honda: 10 Justin Brayton, 61 Vince Friese, 800 Mike Alessi.  Yamaha Support:15 Dean Wilson.  250SX Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki: 17 Joey Savatgy, 24 Austin Forkner, 36 Adam Cianciarulo, 46 Justin Hill.  Smartop/MCR/Honda: 11 Kyle Chisholm, 812 Cameron McAdoo.  Team Traders Racing/Yamaha: 50 Luke Renzland, 78 Nick Gaines.  LVN 100/Nut Up/Munn Racing/Husqvarna: 100 Josh Hansen.  Team Rockwell Time: 86 Trevor Reis, 203 Zac Commans



Start your new year off right with our must have parts for your track or trail bike. From footpegs to cargo racks we’ve got you covered with nothing but the best!


Eddie Morris is the Final 2016 
Engine Ice Keep-It-Cool Sweepstakes Winner
Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant would like to thank everyone who entered the 2016 Sweepstakes series. “This has been a great contest for us,” explained David Kimmey, owner of CycleLogic Products, manufacturer of Engine Ice. “We had thousands of entries over the past 12 months and celebrated 12 different winners who were lucky enough to win some great Engine Ice products. Our latest winner, Eddie Morris, is a true motocross enthusiast and a long time supporter of our Engine Ice product – a perfect choice to close out the contest.”


Airgroup/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna Race Team Announced


Airgroup Racing and Enduro Engineering have joined forces to form Airgroup/Enduro Engineering Husqvarna Racing, a two-rider off-road team consisting of Andrew Delong and Expert-AA rider Thorn Devlin. DeLong comes to the team with an impressive list of accomplishments, including the 2014 Kenda AMA National Enduro Championship title. The Pennsylvania native has been plagued by injury during the past two seasons, however the former Factory Husqvarna rider is looking forward to getting back on the winning track in 2017 with his new team.

DeLong, who is currently alternating between a TX300 and an FX350, will concentrate on the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series in 2017 as well as riding select rounds of the GNCC series while Devlin will ride a TX300 in the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series as well as select special high profile events.

Andrew Delong busting out on his Airgroup Husky 300.


This is 1973, Indian Dunes on the International track. My bike is a ’72 CZ250 that I procured in a trade with my brother. He got my ’73 Yamaha DT3250 for the simple reason that he couldn’t afford the upkeep on the CZ. Unfortunately for Mike, the Yamaha blew fourth gear and it was back ordered for months. He raced the Yam by putting on a two teeth bigger countershaft sprocket and rode it as a three speed. He still kick my butt. Dag.

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