Features in Racer X, May 2016:
SUPERCROSS STRONG: Blake Wharton spoke with veterans of the United States Armed Forces who work in and around the industry, making our sport what it is today.
THE PARENT TRAP: In a sport that practically requires strong parental involvement from an early age, there’s always potential for drama—and that probably won’t change any time soon.
ON ANY WEDNESDAY: While flat track racing is a distinctly American enterprise, its two newest participants have a more global flair: supercross great Chad Reed and MotoGP World Champion Jorge Lorenzo.
TEAM BUILDING EXERCISE: Motorcycle Superstore Suzuki is the newest team in the pits, but for team boss Jimmy Albertson, it’s been twenty years in the making.
WAY DOWN MEXICO WAY: Our own creative director, Langers, met up with some friends and moto legends for an excitement-filled excursion through Baja California, Mexico.
END OF THE LINE: A perennial motocross powerhouse, Belgium has been absent from the top of the podium for almost a decade. Clement Desalle could be the man to change that.
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