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2023 KTM 250 SX-F
KTM North America treats the dirt bike press corps to a day of unlimited laps at Red Bud: America's Motocross Track and…
Jason Anderson - first to three wins
Jason Anderson – the captain of Team Fried – is back in the title chase and, statistically, he's in the perfect position.…
Vince Friese, 2022. Photo: Align Media
In this issue of FAST 3, Clinton Fowler examines a racing benchmark nobody wants to brag about: biggest loser.
Eli Tomac celebrates the 38th win of his career (and his first for Yamaha) Photo: Octopi Media via Yamaha Motor Corp. USA
Clinton Fowler examines how Eli Tomac reached 666 in three key all-time supercross benchmarks. FAST 3 is three statistical nuggets from a recent race that hold historical significance within the sport.
Don't play moto trivia with Clinton Fowler. He will take your money. Go follow @3lapsdown on Instagram to get a taste of the engine that he's working with. But first, here's the premiere installment of the FAST 3: three statistical nuggets from a recent race that hold historical significance within the sport. The following report was filed by Fowler.
David Bailey and Ricky Johnson (#5) bang bars at the 1986 Anaheim Supercross - Photo: David Dewhurst
Science Fiction Theater meets AMA Supercross. Watch the 1986 Anaheim Supercross from a completely new perspective as the winner of the main event (yes, THE David Bailey) narrates from his memory banks.
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All-time AMA SX/MX Race Leaders Chart
Chad Reed isn't lining up in 2021. It's over but he's forever an Ironman of Moto. At 386 AMA SX/MX starts alone, Reed sits 4th on the all-time race list.
The Great Cessation is an extraordinary period of our lives and I wanted to document it somehow. I asked a handful of riders six questions (some serious, some irreverent) related to the coronavirus pandemic.
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