The best motocross and supercross photography in the world, by Simon Cudby, Garth Milan, and more.
- Donington Park Photo Gallery September 24, 2008
- Hawkstone MX National Gallery September 23, 2008 A few dozen photos from the Hawkstone British MX National.
- Shift Number Cruncher Redux September 22, 2008
- 2009 Honda CRF450R Gallery September 16, 2008 Honda is making a big deal about the 2009 CRF450R. Initially, it was easy to wonder why. However, after making the trek over to the Honda headquarters in Torrance, California, and seeing the bike and many of its technologies on display first-hand, there was no more wondering. The 2009 CRF450R is almost completely new this year, and it may just be a step that will again revolutionize the four-stroke MX market. It is set to retail for $7599.
- Number Cruncher: #1 September 10, 2008 Andy Bowyer crunches the most sought-after number in American motocross: #1. Presented by Shift Racing.
- Racer X Tested: 2009 KTM Two-Strokes September 10, 2008 We test the 2009 KTM two-stroke line-up
- High-Profile AMA Rookie Debuts September 8, 2008 After Blake Wharton's solid performance at Millville this year, we decided to look back at other recent rookie debuts.
- Flashback with David Bailey September 8, 2008 Supercross and motocross legend David Bailey goes through a stack of old photos and magazines while taking you on a trip down memory lane.
- Number Cruncher: #44 September 3, 2008 Andy Bowyer crunches #44 this week
- Number Cruncher: Jason Thomas August 28, 2008 Welcome to the Shift Number Cruncher. A couple of weeks ago we had Jason Thomas host The Racer X Motocross Show alongside the infamous Jason Weigandt, and he did a real bang-up job. It’s no new practice to incorporate former or current professionals into broadcasts. Nobody really knows the sport better than the guys who are out there on the track, and every once in a while, a rider comes along who has a personality to match his riding skills. JT$ is a true privateer, and with him it’s all about the passion. We’re devoting this week’s Shift Number Cruncher to him and some of the digits he has used throughout his career. You’ll notice Thomas has been buried in the 30s for most of his career—there is something to be said for cementing yourself that high in the AMA top 100.