Racer X Illustrated Motocross Magazine

The November 2010 Issue

Read the Racer X Illustrated Digital Edition! Our October issue unleashed new, exclusive, interactive content to Racer X Illustrated. And for our November issue, on top of reading your favorite columns and story features, we have included an exclusive video that can be accessed through GST Innovation Lab 2D bar codes. Some of our features this month include a look at the 29th Annual AMA Amateur Nationals at Loretta Lynn's, Washougal's retro night, X Games 16, and our unique Surfercross experience. With Motocross des Nations right around the corner, we also check-in with Team USA rider Andrew Short and look back at past Team USA riders. For more information on how to access our interactive content, click here and follow these instructions. These and more are featured in the November issue of RXI, and the digital edition is now available for only $4.98! That is just 42 cents per issue, and it still contains the same great columns and features, but with new interactive, exclusive bar codes. Click here to go to Racer X Digital and read the new issue right away for only $4.98.

The Amazing Race
The 29th Annual AMA Amateur Nationals at Loretta Lynn's were a reminder of what motocross was like before the economy went south on us all. Page 112.
The Recycle Race
Celebrating thirty years on the tour, Washington’s Washougal MX Park went retro for for this year’s AMA Motocross National. Page 128.
The Purpose-Driven Endo
As moto athletes discovered at X Games 16, mistakes in the competition are becoming more and more costly—both professionally and physically. Page 140.
Consistent To A Fault?
Andrew Short is rock-solid and consistently competitive, but race wins still seem to elude him. We speak with him on the eve of his Team USA debut. Page 150.
The Other Dream Team
The 1996 version of Team USA, consisting of Jeremy McGrath, Jeff Emig, and Steve Lamson, was every bit as dominant the legendary 1986 Motocross des Nations squad. Page 162.
Cross Over
Our art director, David Langran, was assigned to cover this year’s Surfercross event, though we may have forgotten to tell him he was also competing! Page 174.