Classic Bike Review: 1987 KTM 250MX

My latest Classic Steel over at PulpMX.com covers KTM’s all-new for 1987 250 Motocross. This machine was majorly updated for 1987 and a solid choice for those looking to ride something other than Japanese at the time. Classic Steel #145: 1987 KTM 250MX      

Honda CR80R and CR85R History 1980-2007

This is my look back at the history of Honda’s iconic mini racers the CR80R and CR85R. Produced from 1980 through 2007, the CR80R was often at the head of the class and nearly always one of the fastest minis available. In 2007, Honda eventually retired the two-stroke CR85R in favor of the new four-stroke…

Classic Bike Review: 1985 Honda CR500R

This is my look back at Honda’s first liquid-cooled Open Class machine, the 1985 Honda CR500R. Feared for its potency and revered for its iconic looks, the ’85 CR500R may be the most powerful 500 Honda ever produced. After 1985, Honda strove to mellow out their 500cc beast and make it easier to manage. Big,…