Racer X Illustrated Motocross Magazine

The November 2012 Issue

The November Racer X Illustrated is here! Grab your copy now and check out our new feature stories, such as this year's Moto-X 338 race, amateur stars at Loretta Lynn's, and new changes in Vurb Moto. You can also read about how minicycle prodigy Mike Healey is rebuilding his life, and Jason Thomas' experience at Holland's Zwarte Cross. These and more are featured in the October issue of RXI, and the digital edition is now available for only $9.98! Racer X Illustrated's October issue has been shipped to subscribers, is now available on Droids, iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touches.

Moto-X 338 is one of the roughest, most unpredictable, and most beloved tracks in the sport. At the 2012 Southwick National, it once again proved its worth. Page 114.
This year’s Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships at Loretta Lynn’s featured some serious star power. Here are some of the racers you might have overlooked. Page 126.
Over the last two decades, Wes Williams and his Vurb Moto team have quietly revolutionized the way we see and hear motocross. Now they’re taking the next step. Page 140.
Once a minicycle prodigy destined for stardom, Mike Healey couldn’t ride fast enough to escape his demons. Now stepping out from the ruins, he’s trying to rebuild his life. Page 150.
Jason Thomas has made a career on the intercontinental motocross scene, and he’s got some stories to tell—especially when it comes to the weirdest race of all, Holland’s Zwarte Cross. Page 164.