The Bercy Supercross, Winter National Olympics, and the Catalina Grand Prix are all featured in the March 2011 issue of Racer X Illustrated. We also catch up with Guy Cooper and Kevin Windham: the most interesting man in Motocross and find out about the British theater company's work on the RedBud National. These and more are featured in the March 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.
Rue De Barcia
The Bercy Supercross, held each fall in Paris, is Europe’s highest SX peak. Justin Barcia announced his international arrival from its summit. Page 110.
Turning the Page
A photographer’s-eye view of the 39th Annual Winter National Olympics, Florida’s yearly amateur event that bridges motocross racing’s seasonal gap. Page 120.
The Most Interesting Man in Motocross
He’s lived several racing lives, and he’s beloved by fans young and old. He may not have that major championship yet, but Kevin Windham has enjoyed quite a career. Page 130.
Return to Race Island
After fifty-two years, Red Bull has revived the historic Catalina Grand Prix. We sent Ping along to see how he would fare on the island off the California coast. Page 144.
Red Bud on Stage
A British theater company—sorry, theatre company—is staging a work based on the most American race of all, the RedBud National. “The boards” may never be the same! Page 156.
Guy Cooper blasted out of Oklahoma and became a motocross folk hero in the 1980s. Eric Johnson takes us through the ups and downs in this career retrospective. Page 166.