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There’s room available on the top step of the podium in Monster Energy AMA Supercross, but the races to fill those vacancies have turned into tests of survival. Page 112.
Under the Radar
Amateur also-rans Ryan Dungey and Jake Weimer have gone from over-looked underdogs to title contenders in AMA Supercross. How will race teams find the next diamond in the rough? Page 130.
Race for the Cure
For one colorful night, the AMA Supercross tour turned pink in support of breast-cancer research and awareness. Page 144.
When Josh Hill lost his Yamaha factory rider, many thought it was the beginning of the end. Instead, he turned his program around and finally started realizing the success so many had expected of him. Page 156.
Every rider finds out sooner or later that motocross can be a dangerous sport. How one prepares for and handles the inevitable injury can make a world of difference. Page 170.
Racer without Borders
With the help of his mother and step-father, South Africa’s Tyla Rattray has chased motocross success across three continents. Page 182.