Once again we speak to two riders at the opposite ends of the career span. Justin Brayton chats about a career in the fiercest cauldron of supercross while MX2 world champion Maxime Renaux talks about a ripe graduation to MXGP and burning the vapour trail even brighter through Grand Prix.
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…
Offspring to ‘re-spring’: Eli Tomac talks about the mindset, the focus and the factors that have led to a powerful 2022 AMA Supercross campaign. We also find out a lot more about the new FIM Supercross World Championship and see what’s new from Troy Lee Designs and Scott Sports
Steve Matthes has been an OTOR Blogger for almost ten years but his own Podcast empire and the PulpMX show has grown unceasingly in size, coverage and relevance. Far from being a dedicatory nod to Steve and his efforts we wanted to know a bit more about PulpMX, the reasons for the boom and why it continues to connect the sport and the fans unlike any other media outlet…
Brand new Blogger for 2021 – Mike Antonovich – was on the floor at Houston for the first round of ’21 AMA Supercross. Was it racing but not as we know it?
It was a red night in Texas for the first night of Supercross and the second major motorcycle race of 2021. Steve Matthes was in Houston and watched Justin Barcia make a signal of intent for the third year in a row
The 2020 AMA Pro National Motocross Champion is one of the names hovering on the fringe of ’21 450 SX title contention as the series gets ready for the first fireworks of the season with a triple-header in Houston