The List: Comebacks
May 18, 2022
Ryan Dungey and Tony Cairoli will give it a go this summer. We look at comebacks from others to see how they went.
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1999
May 6, 2022
Today we cover 1999, the last of the 1990s, and honestly the last chance for mere mortals to win the premier-class title for some time to come.
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: 1980
April 18, 2022
Nineteen-eighty saw both AMA Motocross and Supercross gaining more traction, but unfortunately, the year ended with tragedy: the passing of highly respected veteran Gaylon Mosier in a cycling accident.
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: 1977
April 14, 2022
The year all three AMA Motocross titles went down to their very last rounds, and we saw the single most controversial pit board in motocross history: “Let Brock Bye.”
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1976
April 13, 2022
If there is a single word that sums up just how game-changing 1976 was, it’s “Hurricane.” This was the year a Hurricane arose out of seemingly thin air!
50 Years of Pro Motocross: 1975
April 12, 2022
The year that the landscape of American motocross really began to change.
The List: The Backdrop of High Point History
June 16, 2021
Davey Coombs chronicles the historic looks of High Point, through a new track feature unveiled this weekend.
Feature: Twilight of the Rising Sun
March 15, 2021
The Suzuki factory team was one of the premier units in supercross and pro motocross for decades, but times are now lean for the historic brand.
Read Aloud: The Deepest Fields
March 11, 2021
If you’re looking for the most competitive years in Monster Energy AMA Supercross, look no further than the era of 1979 to 1986. (Read or listen)
November 11, 2020
The 1976 Popeye’s Fried Chicken 125/500 National in New Orleans.
The List: Double First-Time Winners
October 16, 2020
Jett Lawrence and Chase Sexton wrote their names into the history books at the Pro Motocross finale—which made us wonder how many other times have there been two first-time winners at the same event?
The List: Premier Class Overall Winners
August 27, 2020
At the opening round, Zach Osborne became the 70th rider to win an overall in the premier class. Here are the other 69.