20 Team USA Moments: 1981
September 25, 2022
USA’s winning streak all started with that one long, great moment that was Team USA in 1981, the single greatest moment in American motocross history.
75th Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations Returns to Legendary RedBud This Weekend
September 22, 2022
This will be the second time that RedBud will host the biggest motocross event of the season, and the fifth in total in the United States.
20 Team USA Moments: 1978: Hannah vs. Heikki Mikkola
September 20, 2022
The rivalry heated up when, in typical Bob Hannah fashion, Hannah told Heikki Mikkola that he was going to beat him. To which Mikkola replied “Let's see if you ride as good as you talk.”
20 Team USA Moments: The Old Man and the Mud
September 13, 2022
In 1987 Bob Hannah helped bring Team USA to victory at Unadilla, his lone MXdN triumph. But he had to do it on a 125.
The List: Eventual Champion's Overall Win Total
July 14, 2022
Here is a rundown of the average benchmark for the eventual champion’s overall wins in the first 50 years of AMA Motocross.
The List: 1-DNF, Part Two
June 24, 2022
Matthes recounts the crazy stories of 1-DNF days in the 250/450 division. Yes, that includes Budds Creek, 2003.
The List: Tomac In History
May 6, 2022
Eli’s second supercross title—to go with three 450 Pro Motocross titles—moves him into some elite company.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1991
April 28, 2022
What started in 1972 as a quaint, scattered affair of four different championships had boiled down to a thriving series that overlapped with AMA Supercross, now the biggest series in dirt bike racing.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1990
April 28, 2022
Motocross was evolving quickly, especially in those early years when every race was like a lesson in going faster, with better equipment, on tougher tracks. By 1990, it was all beginning to really look a lot like what we have today.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1989
April 28, 2022
After Rick Johnson's career altering wrist injury, the door was swung wide open.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1988
April 27, 2022
In 1988, tragedy shrouded AMA Supercross and Motocross, but the on-track action was as good as ever.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1983
April 20, 2022
The 1983 season was going to bring something different to the table. The rider with the most points in their respective class in both AMA Supercross and Motocross for 1983 would be named the AMA/Wrangler Grand National Champion.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1981
April 19, 2022
One big thing happened in 1981 that helped define the year in American motocross, as well as its future: an underdog Team USA lineup of four young Americans shocked the world by winning both the FIM Trophee des Nations and FIM Motocross des Nations.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1979
April 16, 2022
The “Hurricane” was at the peak of his powers, but all of the sudden the most dominant rider in American MX and SX history to that point was knocked out for more than a year after a serious leg injury while water-skiing.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1978
April 15, 2022
Going into the 1978 season Yamaha had two defending champions on the AMA circuit (Hannah was AMA Supercross #1 and Glover was 125cc AMA Motocross #1), and ‘78 was simply the year of the Yamahas.