The March issue of Racer X Illustrated has been released, and the digital edition is available for only $9.98. In this issue, check out a hopeful group of riders trying to break through, Jeremy McGrath's reinvention, 2012 champions around the world, and how Dean Wilson ended up right back where he started. You can also read about what happened on our junior staffers' trip to Mexico's Motopark Cozumel. These are more are available in the March RXI. Grab your copy now. The issue has also been shipped to subscribers and is available for purchase now on the Apple newsstand.
THE NEW MIDDLE CLASS
Somewhere between the champions and the perennial back markers, a frustrated but hopeful group of riders looks to break through. Page 102.
THE REINVENTION OF JEREMY McGRATH
Finding himself in a mini-slump after the 1997 supercross season, the King of Supercross switched up his program—and changed the way the sport works forever. Page 112.
THE WORLD’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 2012
Lucas Oil Pro Motocross is the world’s foremost domestic championship series, but dozens of other countries have their own. Here are your 2012 global champs. Page 122.
A winding, unpredictable path has led Dean Wilson right back to where he started: on the #15 Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit Kawasaki. Page 132.
Racer X’s junior staffers took off for Mexico’s Motopark Cozumel to enjoy a week of riding, relaxing, and horribly broken limbs. Page 144.
GNCC Racing represents the pinnacle of American off-road racing, but there are plenty of different routes to that peak. We look at how some of the very best got there. Page 154.