The 2011 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series is in full-gear, and the kick-off rounds in the southwest proved this season would be full of good racing. You can read all about it in Racer X Illustrated's April 2011 issue! You can also get info on Hart & Huntington/Dodge Motorsports, Kyle Regal's recent success, and German star Ken Roczen's Supercross career. These and more are featured in the April issue of RXI, and the digital edition is now available for only $7.98! That is just 66 cents per issue, and it still contains the same great columns and features. Click here to go to Racer X Digital and read the new issue right away for only $7.98 or to preview the issue for free.
The 2011 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series launched with a South-western tour of stadiums that brought out huge crowds and some very close racing. Page 138.
RAISING THE BAR
Helmed by an iconoclastic freestyler and a controversial veteran manager, Hart & Huntington/Dodge Motorsports is a revitalizing presence in the pits and on the track. Page 162.
The ways in which we define who is and isn’t a privateer may have evolved over the years, but by any measure, independent riders remain the very core of the sport. Page 174.
KYLE REGAL IS ON THE BRINK
Former privateer standout Kyle Regal suddenly finds himself sharing a rig with James Stewart at San Manuel Yamaha, where he’s become a part of the family in more ways than one. Page 186.
Thanks to rapidly evolving equipment and training regimens, records don’t last long in professional motocross. These ones? They may be around for some time to come. Page 200.
A WORK IN PROGRESS
Under the watchful eyes of legends Stefan Everts and Roger DeCoster, 16-year-old German phenom Ken Roczen’s AMA Supercross career got off to a shaky start in January. Page 214.