1986 KTM 80, 125, 250 and 500 Motocross Brochure

In the 1980’s KTMs were common on the GP scene, but all but unheard of on this side of the pond. Originally sold a Pentons in America, KTMs were popular off-road, but always thought of as a step behind the best from Japan for motocross. In spite of this, KTM was able to capture consecutive…

Inside Motocross Issue #4

Inside Motocross Issue #4 Complete PDF   Here is the fourth and final issue of the iconic nineties motocross magazine Inside Motocross. This issue has a great interview with Damon Bradshaw only a week after announcing his retirement and spectacular coverage of America’s 13th consecutive victory at Schwanenstadt, Austria in the 1993 running of the…

1979 Moto-X Fox Product Catalog

  1979 Moto-X Fox Catalog Here is another classic from my personal motocross collection. This is a catalog from Moto-X Fox in 1979. Today known as Fox Racing, Moto-X Fox was started by Geoff Fox in 1974 and has grown into one of the most successful brands in the motocross business. If this wets your…

1981 Honda CR80R, CR125R, CR250R, ​and CR450R Brochure

Here is another one of my classic motocross brochures. This one covers the 1981 Honda motocross lineup. The 1981 season was a big one for Big Red, with the introduction of their first Open class bike, the infamous CR450R and the first implementation of their first single-shock suspension system, the Pro-Link. You also have the first implementation…

1983 Supercross and Motocross Season In Review

Here is another real classic from my vault of VHS tapes. This one covers the 1983 AMA Motocross and Supercross season as David Bailey captures the 250 title in both series and caps it with the Grand National Title (a championship that was awarded to the rider with the most points in all the series…