Motocross / Off-Road Motorcycle Reviews

Looking for the latest reviews on off-road and motocross motorcycles? We got all the deep insight right here, from the Honda CRF450R to the KTM 450 SX-F. We include both off-road and on-track MX tests.

2015 Husqvarna FC350 Review | roost!

2015 Husqvarna FC350 Review | New to US MX Market

For 2015, the Husqvarna FC350 is brand new to the United States market. While Husqvarna did produce the FC350 in 2014, the bike was...
Vemar VRX9

Vemar VRX9 Helmet Review | Off-Road Test

Vemar VRX9 Helmet Review While still a relatively unknown company in the United States helmet market, despite the best efforts of US importer Motonation, Vemar...
2015 Husqvarna FE 501 S and FE 350 S Test

2015 Husqvarna FE 501 S and FE 350 S | First Ride Review

Dual Sport Test: 2015 Husqvarna FE 501 S and FE 350 S Answering the call for race-ready street-legal dual-sport bikes, the 2015 Husqvarna FE 501...
2015 Honda CRF450R Review | Small but Fine Refinements Roost

2015 Honda CRF450R Review | Small but Fine Refinements

2015 Honda CRF450R Review Since its radical redesign in two years ago, the Honda CRF450R has received incremental changes drawing from feedback from their factory...

2015 Beta 300 CrossTrainer First Look

2015 Beta 300 CrossTrainer First Preview It's just a mock-up and not a final rideable bike, but here are some pictures of the all-new 2015...

2014 Yamaha YZ250F | Motocross Motorcycle Test

2014 Yamaha YZ250F | Motocross and Off-Road Motorcycle Test The highly competitive 250 four-stroke motocross market requires manufacturers to constantly up their games with new...

2010 Yamaha YZ450F | Motocross Test

Yamaha YZF-450

The history of motocross is one replete with revolutionary designs, followed by consolidation and refinement of the dramatic motorcycle advances.

2015 Beta 500 RS | Quick Look

2015 Beta 500 RS | Quick Look

2015 Beta 500 RS Beta has seriously updated the RS line for 2015, with new slightly smaller displacement motors that put out the same power...

2011 Kawasaki KX250F | Motocross Review

2011 KX250F Review

One could argue that the development of motocross bikes in the '00s proceeded at a less-than-rapid pace. Certainly, the bikes showed improvements, but we did not see the developmental leaps that we saw from the riders themselves, who continued to be quite innovative-Bubba Scrub, anyone?

2015 Kawasaki KX450F Race Test | Motocross Review

2015 Kawasaki KX450F Race Test The 2015 Kawasaki KX450F needs no introduction. Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto has piloted the bike to the AMA Monster...
2014 Yamaha YZ250F Review | 180-Degree Change

2014 Yamaha YZ250F Review | 180-Degree Change

2014 Yamaha YZ250F Review Few markets are as highly competitive as that for 250cc four-stroke motocrossers, which are the entry-level full-size motocross bikes for a...

2008 Kawasaki KLX450R | Off-Road Motorcycle Review

Manufacturers generally select premium locations and luxury accommodations when it comes time to introduce their newest addition to their line. We may travel to Monza in Italy, the Baviaanskloof in South Africa, the rain forest of Costa Rica, which is all well and good. Imagine my surprise when Kawasaki took me to the mile marker 11.5 on desolate Arizona state highway 74 in the Sonora Desert, up against the foothills of the Hieroglyphic Mountains. There, circled well-worn travel trailers awaited, which would be home for the duration.
2015 Suzuki DR-Z400SM | First Look

2015 Suzuki DR-Z400SM | First Look

2015 Suuki DR-Z400SM Suzuki has a reputation for designing strong-performing dirt bikes and sharp-handling street bikes. The goal of the 2015 DR-Z400SM is to deliver...
KTM's Cody Webb Victorious at Brazil SuperEnduro

KTM’s Cody Webb Victorious at Brazil SuperEnduro

Cody Webb Wins FIM SuperEnduro, Round 4, at Belo, Brazil FMF KTM Factory Team rider Cody Webb of America and his support have a lot...

Costa Rica Adventure | Motorcycle Adventure

Freedom. It is the spirit that drives us to ride motorcycles, and we attain that feeling in ways as diverse as our choice of machines. Of course, freedom in highly organized societies can become a relative thing. Unless we are riding entirely on private property (and sometimes even then), we are restricted by laws governing our sport. Those on custom cruisers are limited by equipment regulations, sport riders by speed limits and off-roaders by land use restrictions.