Read the Racer X Illustrated Digital Edition! Every year, motocross and supercross fans anticipate the announcing of new teams, and it never fails that there is always a good surprise. This season is no different. For 2010, Chad Reed and Ryan Villopoto will be under the same tent, Monster Energy Kawasaki. The February of Racer X analyzes the two riders to see if together they can defeat reigning champ James Stewart. Also included in the issue is an inside looked at a new California supercross academy, Brian Deegan’s Metal Mulisha career, Britain’s motocross revolution, and more. You can read more about all the features below. And now, we are offering the digital issue for only $4.98! You will still see the same great columns by your favorite writers and riders, but with an all-new look. These and more can all be found in the February 2010 issue of Racer X Illustrated. Click here to go to Racer X Digital and read the new issue right away for only $4.98.
Double or Nothing
Chad Reed and Ryan Villopoto, now together at Monster Energy Kawasaki, are working together to end James Stewart’s supercross reign. Page 114.
The Business of Being Brian Deegan
As the self-proclaimed general of the Metal Mulisha, Brian Deegan has built a considerable portfolio for himself and his family. Page 128.
There’s a revolution going on in Great Britain. Do the Red Bull Pro Nationals signify a new motocross era? Page 142.
About a Boy
Max Anstie has spent most of his sixteen years working toward his AMA Supercross debut. It’s almost time. Page 154.
The Supercross Academy
Supercross may be an individual sport, but a new California school wants privateers to find strength—and improved results—in numbers. Page 168.
Ping heads to Mammoth Mountain and to try the 2Moto RadiX snow conversion kit. Next stop, Vancouver Winter Olympics? Page 180.