We recruited Associate Editor Jess McKinley’s seven-year-old daughter Tindra—an experienced rider—to test the 2019 Suzuki DR-Z50.
Off-Road Women on the 2019 Suzuki DR-Z50 and DR-Z125L Although I was born in Sweden, which has a proud moto history of its own, I...
2019 Honda CRF450X Review: EFI is Here! Returning for 2019 to the revised CRF family after a year off, the all-new 2019 Honda CRF450X assumes...
When Honda announced the all-new fuel-injected 2019 Honda CRF450X, we quickly requested a previous model to get one last ride on the carbureted version.
With the 2018 Honda CRF450RX providing such a capable platform, we were excited for the opportunity to conduct a long-term test. Given the luxury of time, our project objective is to formulate the setups, seek out the upgrades, and discover the hacks to really create the ultimate do-anything dirt bike.
This year, Beta enters the small displacement enduro market with the 2018 Beta 125 RR two-stroke. We test the 125 RR as a high-end single-track trail bike.
2019 KTM 450 SX-F Review | Motocross Track Test We spent a day on the new 2019 KTM 450 SX-F out at Fox Raceway (formerly...
If you have the same ’tweener issues that I have, the TE 150 is definitely something to look into for off-road motorcycle fun.
2019 Kawasaki KX450 Review | Motocross Track Tested For 2019 Kawasaki completely overhauled the 2019 KX450, so much so that Kawasaki has dropped the “F”...
We take a first ride on the 2019 Honda CRF450R to find out how the updates work, and if the 2019 Honda CRF450RWE is worth another $2200.
Fortunately, Yamaha decided it was time to make some big changes for the 2019 Yamaha YZ85.
Although the updates for the 2019 Yamaha YZ450F are minimal, it’s always worth finding out how the changes work on an already proven motocross motorcycle.
We have previewed the 2019 KTM 350 SX-F and 250 SX-F from a technical perspective, and now it’s time to put the knobbies in the dirt. Here's our review.
If ever there was a bike that fits the question “Why change a good thing?” the 2018 Yamaha YZ250 is it. The motor is still very fast and easy to ride in terms of 250 two-stroke. Here's our track test.
With the entrance of the Yamaha FX and X series of off-road racing motorcycles, Yamaha’s WRs can comfortably take a position as high-end trail bikes. Fortunately, Yamaha still sees the WR250F as an upgradable platform, and the 2018 Yamaha WR250F gets some serious updates