Racer X Illustrated

February 2011

Read the Racer X Illustrated Digital Edition! The February 2011 issue of Racer X Illustrated looks ahead to Anaheim 1 and the 2011 factory bikes. Closing up 2010, we also take a look at Zach Osbourne and Todd Potter's year and Stefan Everts move to Japan's Big Four. Going even farther into the past, the Racer X staff peaks into history for races that never made it past the opening night. These and more are featured in the February 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.

  • Change and Hope
    A lot has changed since the checkered flag fell on the 2010 season. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll see at Anaheim 1. Page 106.
  • KTM MGMT
    KTM is making all the right moves as it looks to muscle in on Japan’s Big Four, and much of the credit goes to racing legend-turned-executive Stefan Everts. Page 114.
  • Indecision 2011
    David Pingree assembled the finest Racer X Tested crew yet to shake down the factories’ 2011 models. Here’s how he pulled it off. Page 122.
  • Potter's World
    He may have gained notoriety through reality TV—behaving badly on it and dating one of its biggest stars—but freestyler Todd Potter isn’t so easy to label. Page 132.
  • One Night Only
    Every racing series’ legacy begins with a single event—and that’s how most of them end, too. Here’s a brief history of races that never made it past opening night. Page 144.
  • Planting the Flag
    When success eluded Zach Osborne in his native America, the teenager took a leap of faith all the way across the Atlantic. It’s worked out pretty darn well so far. Page 158.