Speaking with Hunter Lawrence and Lars Lindstrom on what it takes to hover at the peak of AMA motocross and supercross as well as ruminating on Ken Roczen’s status in our latest columns
July Edition: The other side of the table
How the other Espargaro is wading through the challenge that is MotoGP 2022. Neil Morrison submits his half-term marks, Roland Brown dips into nostalgia with Yamaha’s re-invented XSR and we look at Alpinestars Supertech gear and 6D’s new MTB lid.
Leading them all to Chase
Chase Sexton is supercross greatness in the making: a sumptuous mix of style, speed and ridiculous potential. We sat down with HRC’s star only a few weeks after he claimed his first 450SX Main Event win to ask where it all came from. Also in this magazine segment Steve Matthes examines the Jason Anderson/Kawasaki effect in 2022…
No Ordinary Comeback
Long live the #93. Or perhaps just in Germany? Whether round eight of MotoGP means Marc Marquez is back or still a work-in-progress, Neil Morrison argues that it was comparable with any of the memorable returns in the sport
MXGP 2021 is finally running and two riders are already marking a better pace.
A Slip of the Mask
Marc Marquez’s MotoGP comeback has both exceeded expectations but the double crash in Le Mans last weekend quelled some of the momentum, especially if an ambitious 2021 title bid is still to be considered
Are holeshot devices here to stay?
An advantage, an experiment or a gimmick? Marc Marquez was relatively new to start devices when he returned to MotoGP in Portugal. What did the HRC rider think? David Emmett provides a perspective