Category Archives: Race Event

HOT SAUCE’S PRO CIRCUIT KLX110

Recently crowned 125cc Western Region Supercross Champion, Ivan Tedesco, is just as serious about his pit bike as Mitch Payton is about Tedesco’s race bike. Not only does Tedesco’s KLX110 took as trick as his Pro Circuit/Chevy Trucks/Kawasaki KX125, but take our word… it gets up and runs.               […]

Oakley Big Day out MX Holiday Jam

Article originally appeared in MiniMoto Magazine Issue 2 – Written by Tim Clark Back in late December, Oakley sponsored a Holiday Jam at Starwest Raceway in Perris, CA. There were regular motocross races all day long on the main track, but for the MiniMoto crowd, the big attraction was the evening race. Held on Starwest’s […]

Before any Sunday – MPN Mini bike nationals

Article originally appeared in MiniMoto Magazine Issue 1 2004 photos by Carl Stone During the 2003 AMA/Chevy Trucks National Motocross Championship, a phenomenon was set in motion. The MPN Mini Nationals pitted industry personalities against one another in three classes – 50cc, Mid-Size and Clutch – and they took place usually on either Friday or […]

Little bikes big tracks

Article originally appeared in MiniMoto Magazine Issue 1 2004 If you’ve ever raced an event anything like the Elsinore Grand Prix on a big bike, then you understand how exhausting it can be. You’re out on the course for 45 minutes to an hour beating yourself to death trying to make up time while being […]

If You Ain’t Lyin’, You Ain’t Racing

Article originally appeared in MiniMoto Magazine Issue 1 2004 – photos by Carl Stone Jeff Stanton is not that fast. Ricky Carmichael and James Stewart don’t want to race me. Grant Langston, Chad Reed, and Ernesto Fonseca like my style. Those are just a few of the things I learned over the summer after racing […]

So You Want To Start Racing Mini-Bikes, Huh?

Article originally appeared in MiniMoto Magaine Issue 1 2004 – Written by Rob Buydos Well, let me warn you right now: It will probably be the most infectious experience you’ll ever had. If you’re at least 18-years-old, the first thing you need to do is go buy a bike, so I will explain how we […]

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