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Beta Unveils 2022 Evo Factory Trials Bike Lineup
Including two-stroke and four-stroke models.
08 February 2022
FIM Enduro Vintage Trophy Splits From ISDE For The First Time
Returning to the Isola d'Elba after 40 years.
28 September 2021
Beta Evolves 2022 Evo Trials Lineup’s Suspension And Graphics
Living up to the family name.
02 August 2021
Fantic Rolls Out New Two-Stroke And Four-Stroke Enduro Models
Available in Europe by September, 2021.
13 July 2021
KTM Adds Minor Upgrades To SX Motocross Line For 2022
Spicing up a winning recipe.
28 May 2021
KTM Updates Suspension And Livery On 2022 Enduro Range
The EXC-F and XC-W graphics take us back to the ‘80s.
19 May 2021
Husqvarna Tweaks TC and FC Motocrossers For 2022
Small changes, big difference.
29 April 2021
AHRMA Adds Modern Classic And Vintage Dirt Track Race Classes
Making racing easier for the everyman.
21 January 2021
Could A Clean Two-Stroke Bridge The Gap To Electrification?
Taking the smoke out of the two-stroke.
07 July 2020
Ask RideApart: Is Exhaust Back Pressure A Thing?
Short answer: Yes, with an "and!"
05 June 2019
2019 KTM XC and XC-F Range First Look
KTM announces details on its 2019 250 XC, 300 XC, 250 XC-F, 350 XC-F, and 450 XC-F models, updating the range’s frames, suspension, and engines
23 May 2018
Building the KTM Moto3 production racer
Building the KTM Moto3 production racerKTM is assembling 40 of its RC250R production racers. Not to be confused with the RC250GP factory MotoGP bike,...
20 February 2013
The friendliest face of motorcycling
“Hey look, it’s a grown man on a 50cc scooter!” Laugh all you want, but this grown man is getting 117mpg, parking anywhere he wants, carrying his laptop under the seat and cutting through traffic, all for $1,999. If transportation is your only goal, and you’re moving through a dense urban environment, you seriously can’t do better than the new Honda Metropolitan 50. Photos: Alfonse Pal...
05 June 2012
The next great Honda?
A list of awesome things: Honda CBR250R, riding off-road, low prices, accessible performance, lightweight bikes. Now imagine combining all those into a single product. We give you this new Honda CRF250L. Currently planned for Asia and Europe only, Thai manufacturing could, like that CBR, bring it to America at an incredibly small amount of money. Accessible, affordable and desirable, could this be...
13 April 2012
Custom: Ellwood Two-stroke/Four-stroke Hybrid
Conceived in Siberia after an unfortunate encounter with a dentist's ultra-sound machine and 100 days of 'medicinal purpose' Vodka, the Ellwood Hybrid is as strange and crazy as its maker, John Ellwood. Essentially a greatest hits of internal combustion, it breathes through the crank cases with reed (one-way) valves and uses the underside of the piston as a sort of supercharger to compress air and...
23 August 2011
KTM 350 EXC-F in action
The 2011 KTM 350 EXC-F is significant because it represents a third way between the horsepower of a 450 and light weight of a 250, claiming it combines the power of the former with the weight of the latter. We scooped it along with the rest of the 2011 KTMs back in October, so figured we should be the first to bring you action photos and more info too. Photos: Freeman G./KTM This is a factory ...
09 February 2011
The Moto3 rulebook
Here it is, the rules that will transform grand prix racing’s smallest class from two-stroke 125s to four-stroke 250s. Other than the obvious two-stroke-racing-dying thing, this appears to be a change for the better. Costs will be controlled through the use of spec components and attainable parts, which should mean better racing, more competition across the field with rider skill, not team budge...
08 November 2010
2012, the two-strokepocalypse
The end of the two-stroke motorcycle is nigh. Word from this weekend's Dutch Grand Prix is that the 125 GP formula will be swapped for four-stroke 250cc engines in 2012 or 2013 and the class will be renamed Moto3. According to MotoMatters, these engines won't be based on existing 250cc four-stroke motocross engines, but will instead use an 81mm bore, effectively making them a one quarter of a 1,00...
26 June 2010
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