Read the Racer X Illustrated Digital Edition! Supercross may be over, but after only a one-week racing hiatus, the 2010 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship has kicked off. Our August issue of Racer X wraps up the 2010 Monster Energy Supercross Championship and takes a look at some recent changes. For instance, Chad Reed has a baby. The Racer X staff had to actually work in Las Vegas. And Mike Alessi and his father are pushing KTM's new 350 SX-F—okay, so this one isn't that new. Along with these, you can read about Eli Tomac's career and the positive influence of his father. We have also included features about the Hangtown Classic and about Jeremy McGrath's impact on the sport of SX. These and more are featured in the August issue of RXI and the digital edition is now available for only $4.98! That is just 42 cents per issue, and it still features the same great columns by your favorite writers and riders. Click here to go to Racer X Digital and read the new issue right away for only $4.98.
Up in the Air
On the eve of his AMA Motocross title defense, Chad Reed spoke with us about fatherhood, losing a close friend, and where his career may be heading. Page 124.
Racer X staffers attending the season-ending Las Vegas Supercross were given an extra duty: keeping a journal! Page 140.
The Making of a King
In 1993, Jeremy McGrath won the AMA Supercross Championship as a rookie, making history and changing the sport forever. Page 156.
The Mike Alessi Project
It’s a (complicated) family affair as Mike and his father, Tony, try to take KTM’s new 350 SX-F all the way. Page 170.
At Hangtown’s season-opening AMA Motocross National, we may have gotten a glimpse—two glimpses, actually—of the future of our sport. Page 184.
The Book of Eli
Eli Tomac’s path to professional motocross has been unique, thanks in large part to his father, who knows a little something about top-caliber racing. Page 202.