Barely known in the US, Homero Diaz is something of a living legend in Mexico, where he’s that country’s most successful enduro racer. In 2010, he won every single race he entered. Here, he performs in an abandoned quarry outside … Continued
This is what the BRD RedShift MX looks like lit well and photographed in a studio by Todd Tankersley. Priced in the ballpark of $15,495, it promises to bring exponentially cheaper running costs to motocross racing, with equivalent performance. Much … Continued
Ever wondered how professional FMX athletes like Levi Sherwood get so and stay so good? Well, they’re not commuting to rented track once a week, for one. Most have purpose-built training facilities right at home. The best have the kind … Continued
In this latest episode of Drake’s Passage, the X-Fighters judge and general short person explores the shady side of Moscow, Russia, street racing a 700bhp+ Audi SUV and drinking with bikers at Sexton, a post-apocalypse-themed bar.
Ever since I moved to LA, I’ve been scheming any way possible to explore the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Topography maps promised a web of trails and rarely used Forest Service roads, so pavement or respectable cell reception wasn’t an … Continued
Continental now offers its very capable TKC 80 dual sport tires in sportsbike sizes: 120/17-17 and 180/55-17. To promote that, the German tire making commissioned bat shit crazy German custom builder Wunderlich to build this dual sport S1000RR. In addition … Continued
How hard is Italy’s Hell’s Gate Hard Enduro? Well, the number of finishers is up this year from two to five. And the list of DNFs includes world-class trials riders like Dougie Lampkin. That’s right, only a handful of riders … Continued