Racer X Illustrated

July 2010

Read the Racer X Illustrated Digital Edition! Ryan Dungey has won the 2010 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship! So, how do Chad Reed, James Stewart and Andrew Short feel about the season? Get the answer in the July issue of Racer X Illustrated. Also, check out Ronnie Renner and Garth Milan's Ocotillo Wells experience, Marty Smith's golden days, and David Pingree's new interest. Ben Towley has had a couple rough seasons, but Racer X's Jason Weigandt talks with the New Zealander about another comeback. These and more are featured in the July 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.

  • Absentee Ballots
    We asked the world’s fastest spectators—James Stewart, Chad Reed, Josh Grant, Andrew Short—rate the 2010 AMA Supercross contenders. Page 114.
  • From Dawn till Dusk
    Ronnie Renner and Garth Milan head to the legendary Ocotillo Wells riding area to document a day and a night in the desert. Page 124.
  • Middle Ground
    Spanning the gap between struggling privateers and factory stars, satellite teams represent the growing middle class of American motocross. Page 136.
  • The Lost Years
    New Zealander Ben Townley has spent the last three seasons battling injuries—and losing. It’s time for yet another comeback. Page 148.
  • The California Kid
    Marty Smith was and is the epitome of 1970s Southern California motocross. Here’s the story of the San Diego teenager who helped define an era. Page 160.
  • P*I*N*G
    Team manager and writer David Pingree is a man of many talents. At the Dallas Supercross, he put his EMT training to use as a member of Asterisk’s on-site medical unit. Page 174.